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Our testers have examined mindbodygreen’s reputation, online courses, and supplements. This company aims to promote well-being across all aspects of a person’s life.

mindbodygreen‘s founders are Jason and Colleen Wachob, who created the company in 2009. The couple founded the company on their belief that all aspects of health are interconnected, including the mind, body, food, and environment.

Some of the reasons mindbodygreen stands out include:

  • Science-backed products: mindbodygreen states that it only offers products and lifestyle support that have roots in science.
  • Ingredient sourcing: The company states that it only uses quality ingredients in its supplements, partnering with suppliers who prioritize efficacy and safety.
  • Third-party testing: The company says that every single batch of supplements goes through four rounds of testing in ISO-certified labs to make sure that each product is safe to consume.
  • Sustainability: mindbodygreen packages and ships its products with sustainability and the environment in mind. It uses recyclable glass and cardboard packaging and aims to use organic ingredients wherever possible.

mindbodygreen offers an online platform that can reportedly help support mental, physical, spiritual, emotional, and environmental well-being. According to the company, it guides people to greater meaning, fulfillment, connection, and purpose in their lives.

The company offers advice blogs, video classes for wellness and nutrition, podcasts, training programs, and recipe ideas. Mindbodygreen also sells a variety of supplements.

Below, we examine some of the pros and cons of mindbodygreen.


  • It offers free access to blogs, podcasts, and recipes.
  • It offers training programs in health and functional nutrition.
  • A one-time fee allows lifetime access to all classes.
  • The company provides a subscribe and save option on all supplements.
  • Most supplements are free from gluten, soy, and dairy.


  • There are minimal customer reviews available about the company.
  • People must pay to access the video classes.
  • Not all supplements are suitable for vegans.
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Mindbodygreen sells supplements and topical products alongside its wellness coaching content. Below, we provide an overview of everything mindbodygreen has to offer.


Mindbodygreen sells the following supplements:

The prices range from $60–$90.

Personal care products

Mindbodygreen also sells personal care products, including:

  • postbiotic hand wash
  • postbiotic hand cream
  • postbiotic body lotion
  • dry body oil
  • nighttime dream mist
  • lip balm

Prices range from $12–$49.


For $5,499, a person can have lifetime access to all of mindbodygreen’s classes. At the time of writing, this is available at a reduced price of $549.

The classes cover the following topics:

  • beauty
  • fitness
  • nutrition
  • yoga
  • meditation
  • spirituality
  • health
  • home
  • relationships
  • personal growth


One of the company’s founders and co-CEO, Jason Wachob, hosts a podcast in which he interviews an expert in a field relating to health and well-being.

Some of the most recent episodes include interviews with a memory expert, a bestselling author, a psychiatrist, and a longevity expert. These podcasts are free to listen to on Apple podcasts.

Blog posts

The company releases regular, free-to-read blog posts on various health and wellness topics, with authors including sleep, diabetes, and nutrition experts, among others.


Through mindbodygreen’s website, a person can gain a Health Coach Certification or a Functional Nutrition Training certification.

Health Coach Certification

The Health Coach Certification program has approval from the National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching.

It aims to provide practical lessons to help people become health and wellness coaches, including how to interview clients, set productive goals, resolve conflict, and broader thinking about the role of health and wellness in a person’s life.

The program lasts for 20 weeks and includes live lessons, online videos, and real-time practice. The program costs $4,999.

Functional Nutrition Training

The Functional Nutrition Training program also takes approximately 20 weeks to complete. It includes over 30 hours of online lessons that a person can complete at their own pace.

These lessons cover the foundations of healthy eating, stocking a nutritious kitchen, food intolerances and diets, gut, thyroid, and brain health, and how to set up a wellness business.

This course costs $2,499.

Mindbodygreen offers 18 types of supplements. There is a Subscribe & Save option for each of these supplements, which saves buyers $11 a month. This subscription includes free shipping. The brand states its supplements go through several rounds of third-party testing at ISO certified labs.

Below, we look at mindbodygreen’s supplements in more detail.

Daily Essentials

The Daily Essentials range of products is the largest that mindbodygreen offers. Products in this supplement category include:

  • multivitamins
  • eye health
  • omega-3
  • daily detox
  • immune support

Below, we look at the company’s vitamin D supplement in more detail.

Vitamin D3 Potency+

  • Price: $30
  • Dose: one gelcap a day
  • Count: 30 gelcaps
  • Active ingredients: vitamin D

Mindbodygreen recommends these vitamin D capsules for bone, teeth, muscle, and immune health. The supplement includes avocado, flaxseed, and olive oil. It is free from dairy, GMOs, gluten, and soy, but it is not suitable for vegans or vegetarians due to the gelatin capsule.

Each capsule provides 625% of a person’s daily recommended vitamin D intake.

Below, a Healthline senior editor gives their opinions on mindbodygreen’s vitamin D supplement. They received the product for free from the brand and tried it for up to a week. All opinions are their own.

Our tester’s experience

“[Before trying these supplements, I was] aware of Mindbodygreen as a magazine or a company that writes about health and wellness. I didn’t realize they [sold] their own line of wellness products.

“My vitamins arrived in a small, neat cardboard package with mindbodygreen clearly branded on the box. The capsules themselves are smooth, shiny, and filled with clear liquid. They had no particular smell or taste.

“I tried taking a capsule first thing in the morning on an empty stomach with a glass of water, and I didn’t notice any stomach discomfort or burps afterward. Taking a capsule after eating food was just as easy as on an empty stomach or first thing in the morning.

“It’s nice that the D3 for this vitamin is derived from a plant or algae, but the capsule has bovine gelatin, so it’s not vegetarian or vegan [friendly]. [The vitamins] being in a brown glass bottle is a nice touch, even if it’s just aesthetic, since it means light is less likely to affect the vitamins in the bottle.

“This is a good option for people who don’t mind swallowing capsule pills. They may not be a good option for people with an avocado allergy or latex allergy that causes them to react to avocado. I’d recommend these vitamin D capsules based on the fact that they were easy to swallow.”

— Candice Abellon, Healthline senior editor


The Sleep Support+ supplement is the only option in mindbodygreen’s sleep range.

Sleep Support+

  • Price: $60
  • Dose: two capsules daily
  • Count: 60 capsules
  • Active ingredients: magnesium bisglycinate, jujube, PharmaGABA

These Sleep Support+ capsules contain the following active ingredients:

  • Magnesium bisglycinate: To promote heavy relaxation for deep and restorative sleep. A recent systematic review showed that magnesium is associated with sleep quality in observational trials but outcomes were less certain in clinical trials.
  • Jujube: Traditionally used in Chinese medicine, jujube may calm an individual and improve sleep quality. One study on postmenopausal women found that jujube can improve sleep quality. However, more research is needed.
  • PharmaGABA: A natural form of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), mindbodygreen claims PharmaGABA can help to calm overactive minds, help a person fall asleep faster, deeper, and longer. However, a 2020 systematic review states there is limited evidence for its effectiveness.

These capsules are suitable for vegans. They are free from dairy, soy, gluten, GMOs, and melatonin. The company says the capsules are nondrowsy.

Positive reviews from customers mention that these capsules helped them fall asleep faster and allowed them to wake up without feeling groggy. However, some more negative comments discuss the high price. Some buyers found they were waking during the night once the effects of the supplement wore off.

Gut Health

Mindbodygreen has two supplements in this category: organic Prebiotic Fiber and Probiotic+.

Organic Prebiotic Fiber Potency+

  • Price: $60
  • Dose: one scoop daily
  • Count: 5.8 oz, or 20 servings
  • Active ingredients: organic guar fiber, organic green kiwifruit, organic mushroom trio, Bacillus subtilis probiotic

According to mindbodygreen, this prebiotic powder may have benefits for improving the regularity of a person’s bowel movements and reducing bloating.

According to the company, the supplement’s active ingredients have the following functions:

  • Organic guar fiber: Promotes regularity, healthy stools, gut transit time, satiety, healthy blood sugar, and cholesterol levels. Although more studies are needed, one 8 week study found guar gum could improve gut health.
  • Organic green kiwifruit: Improves digestion, bloating, and gastric comfort. Kiwi may help increase the number of bowel movements in those with constipation, according to a 2023 trial.
  • Organic mushroom trio: Supports digestive and immune health. A 2023 review states that the polysaccharides in mushrooms may help regulate the gut microbiota and enhance health in humans.
  • Bacillus subtilis probiotic: Contains 5 billion colony forming units and reduces gas and bloating. A 2021 study found that the strain of Bacillus subtilis MB40, which mindbodygreen includes in this supplement, can significantly reduce bloating and gas. However, this study only included male participants.

This supplement is vegan, U.S. Department of Agriculture certified organic, and is free from GMOs, gluten, dairy, and soy.

Positive customer reviews about this product frequently mention seeing noticeable results and ease of use. There are limited negative reviews, but one reviewer suggests they did not like the smell or taste of the supplement.


The beauty supplement range from mindbodygreen includes two products: Beauty & Gut Collagen and Cellular Beauty+.

Beauty & Gut Collagen

  • Price: $70
  • Dose: one scoop daily
  • Count: 20 servings
  • Active ingredients: grass-fed collagen, hyaluronic acid, L-glutamine, turmeric & sulforaphane glucoseinolate, biotin, vitamins C and E

This powder supplement is available unflavored or in chocolate flavor.

The company reports the following active ingredients having the following functions:

  • Grass-fed collagen: To promote skin hydration, elasticity, and smoothness. Recent 2022 research suggests that collagen supplements can help improve skin elasticity and reduce wrinkles.
  • Hyaluronic acid: To reduce fine lines and wrinkles and increase skin moisture. Hyaluronic acid is a popular ingredient in skin products, as it can improve wrinkles and dry skin.
  • L-glutamine: To nurture the integrity of the gut barrier. One 2018 study found that glutamine supplementation reduced irritable bowel syndrome after an intestinal infection. However, a 2021 review of clinical trials states glutamine has no effect on irritable bowel disease. More research is needed to confirm the benefits of glutamine on irritable bowel disease.
  • Turmeric & sulforaphane glucosinolate: To protect from oxidative stress and reduce the signs of aging. Research from 2019 found that curcumin supplementation decreased markers of inflammation and increased antioxidant levels. Curcumin is the active compound in turmeric. Plus, sulforaphane supplementation reduced skin aging in animals, according to a 2019 study. However, studies involving humans are necessary to confirm the benefits of this ingredient in supplements.
  • Biotin: Supporting strong hair, skin, and nails. At present, experts do not recommend that healthy people use biotin supplements daily, and there is limited evidence to show it benefits the hair or nails.
  • Vitamins C and E: To promote natural collagen production and support healthy aging. A 2018 review showed that vitamin C supplementation increased collagen synthesis and reduced oxidative stress. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that may protect the skin against sun damage, which is one of the leading causes of skin aging.

The product contains collagen from animal sources, meaning it is unsuitable for vegans. However, the supplement is free from GMOs, gluten, dairy, soy, and sugar.

Positive reviews from customers mention that the supplement has a good flavor and some buyers observed noticeable results. More critical comments mention the high price, and some buyers had difficulty mixing the product.

Our tester’s experience

“I’m something of a beginner when it comes to powdered supplements, so it took a few tries before I found the right method for mixing this unflavored powder into the right beverage and not having it come out super lumpy.

“I initially tried room temperature water (definitely not recommended), then tried orange juice (not bad, but not ideal due to the overall acidity of the OJ). I also initially tried a mini whisk to blend it, which didn’t work at all — so I resorted to a battery-operated milk frother, which was better, though not flawless. If you don’t have one of these or an immersion blender, mixing might be challenging.

“Ultimately, learning how to mix this and what to mix it with is step one to reaping its benefits. I found that a simple smoothie-style beverage was ultimately best, but others on the website mix it with ginger tea, coffee, etc.

“Some reviewers on the mindbodygreen site said they did not like the taste of the unflavored powder. I didn’t have any issue with that and wasn’t turned off by any kind of aftertaste. For me, it was more a matter of getting the powder fully blended into my beverage of choice.

“Beyond that, I liked the results I felt and saw. This product is packed with several of the essential supplements I’m looking for at my stage of life, from collagen and biotin to L-glutamine and hyaluronic acid.

“I’m on a high-protein regimen, and this boasts 16g of protein per dose, which was a huge bonus for me. It’s also packed with vitamin C, vitamin E, and biotin, so I was able to ditch my daily pill versions of those supplements.”

– Rita Mauceri, senior director of commerce

Mindbodygreen only has one online review on its Trustpilot page, at time of publishing. This reviewer awards the company 5 out of 5 stars and mentions excellent customer service and that the sleep supplement works for them.

At the time of publishing, mindbodygreen does not have a Better Business Bureau profile.

Mindbodygreen has featured quotes that praise its coaching programs, but these do not provide a rounded view of customers’ experiences. These quotes state that students found the courses engaging, insightful, and useful in their careers.

The company does not feature reviews anywhere on the website outside of its product pages. Reviews are mixed across these pages, with some buyers finding the products effective and others saying they are too expensive and do not work.

The company states that it manufactures and designs its products in the United States, but sources its ingredients from suppliers worldwide. The company says this is to ensure it can use the highest quality ingredients.

Mindbodygreen says it only uses suppliers committed to quality, science, and responsibility during manufacturing.

The company’s supplements undergo four rounds of testing at ISO certified labs. However, it does not publish these test results online.

Mindbodygreen supplements cost between $60 and $90. However, a person can subscribe and save $11 per product. People can use a health savings account or a flexible spending account with TrueMed to buy mindbodygreen supplements.

If a person wishes to access mindbodygreen video classes, a person must pay a one-off payment of $5,499. At the time of writing, this is available at a discounted price of $549.

Its 20-week training programs cost between $2,499 and $4,999. These prices for mindbodygreen’s educational content will make it too expensive for many. However, mindbodygreen blogs, podcasts, and recipes are free to access.

Mindbodygreen offers free shipping on all orders over $35 in the United States. For orders under $35, mindbodygreen charges $7.99 for domestic shipping.

The company also offers expedited shipping, but this option is only available for one-time purchases.

The company ships internationally, excluding:

  • Belarus
  • Cote d’Ivoire
  • Crimea Ukraine
  • Cuba
  • Democratic Republic
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Lebanon
  • Liberia
  • Myanmar
  • North Korea
  • Palestinian territories
  • Sierra Leone
  • Sudan
  • Syria
  • Zimbabwe

At the time of writing, mindbodygreen supplements are only available to purchase on the company website.

The products are not available on Amazon or any other third-party website.

A person should consider the following when looking to purchase a supplement:

  • Price: Some supplements can be expensive. A person should consider their budget and also take note of any subscribe and save options that would allow them to save money.
  • Testing: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not test or approve dietary supplements, so a person should ensure the supplement they purchase undergoes thorough third-party testing by an ISO or Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments certified lab.
  • Ingredients: A person should check the ingredients list and ensure there are no allergens or ingredients that may interact with medication they are taking. Buyers may also wish to check whether the product contains ingredients such as sugars, artificial colors, or flavorings.
  • Doses: Buyers should look at how much of their daily recommended intake of each nutrient their supplement provides, as they can sometimes contain very high doses. People should always discuss their chosen supplement with a doctor to ensure it is safe and appropriate for them to take.
  • Clear labeling: According to the FDA, brands selling dietary supplements must clearly display the serving size, number of servings per container, all dietary ingredients included, and information about the amount per serving of each ingredient on the label. Buyers should avoid supplements that do not state this essential information.

Alternative companies that sell supplements include:

  • Thorne: A well-known company that sells over 180 different supplements costing between $12–$78. A person can subscribe and save up to 20% on each order.
  • Persona: This company sells personalized supplement packs. A person takes a quiz and answers questions about their diet, lifestyle, and health goals. From the results of this quiz, the company tailors a supplement plan for the individual. Prices differ depending on the plan and a person must subscribe to Persona for this service.
  • Pure Encapsulations: This company provides over 400 supplement products priced from $9–$88.80. A person can subscribe and receive a 10% discount.
  • NOW Foods: NOW Foods sells over 650 different supplement products. The prices range from $3.19–$149.99.

Below, we answer some frequently asked questions about mindbodygreen.

The Sleep Support+ supplement contains ingredients that may help improve sleep, although not much scientific evidence backs this up. More work is needed to confirm the ingredients in this supplement will help improve a person’s sleep quality.

Customer reviews are also mixed, with some buyers stating it is effective, and others finding they wake up after its effects wear off.

Although some of mindbodygreen’s services are free, the company makes money in a number of ways. For instance, mindbodygreen sells supplements and personal care products.

The company also charges for access to video classes and provides two online courses that cost over $2,000 to take.

Mindbodygreen is an online platform that aims to help people connect all forms of health, including body, mind, food, and environment.

The company provides free access to blogs, podcasts, and recipes. Mindbodygreen also sells supplements and personal care products. For a one-time fee, a person can access all of mindbodygreen’s video classes.

The company also provides 20-week courses in health coaching and functional nutrition training.

Mindbodygreen is an online platform that provides a variety of free and paid-for services that aim to promote a healthy lifestyle in all aspects of a person’s life. It provides digital content, training courses, supplements, and personal care products.

It has very few reviews online, and its products gather mixed reviews from its customers. Areas of concern are that its supplements can provide very high amounts of certain nutrients, and that it does not publish its supplement’s test results online, meaning customers cannot check the content, purity, and safety of the products they buy.