It's really not a problem just a matter of time.
This is what I found/think:
Raw Meal replacement-
All certified ingredients= good
All recognizable ingredients= good
They use two non-calorie sweeteners in the flavour blend (erythritol and stevia). There are varying opinions on these but I avoid using them. (I think this is where my rad-ness comes in
) Here's just one reason why: "Experiments on animal test subjects showed that ingesting large doses of stevoside can cause interference in the way the body absorbs carbohydrates. This can limit your ability to convert food to energy."
Anything that potentially messes with your metabolism is a big no-no to me.
And here is where I take the opportunity to share one of my favourite controversial articles.
The Super Green Formula has good ingredients but many of them aren't organic.
I do wonder what happens to all these grains, seeds, vegetables, and fruits when they're processed into powders. I know that some ingredients such as flax go rancid quickly and do so even faster when ground up. Rancid flax is worse for you than not taking the supplement in the first place.
The bottled water in the background makes me wonder if the water in your area has fluoride in it? Do you know?
The Tri-Iodine product doesn't seem to have any bad ingredients but I don't know anything about the type of iodine they use and if it's actually bio-available for you.
The Clinical Glutathione has non-calorie sweeteners and vanilla flavoring that isn't organic. Vanilla flavoring is often made out of many undesirable ingredients. You might want to email the company and ask them if they know what it's made from.
It also has hydroxypropylmethylcellulose which wikipedia says is: "a semisynthetic, inert, viscoelastic polymer used as an ophthalmic lubricant, as well as an excipient and controlled-delivery component in oral medicaments, found in a variety of commercial products". Safe? Probably. But I wouldn't want to consume it.
I'm sure you've already red the other comments in this thread and understand why food is better than supplements. I understand your concern is not having organic food available to you in your area. Have you found anything since last week? I'm glad you're willing to look for yourself, it's good for people to do that themselves but sometimes it helps having more than one person looking. Let me know where you live and I'll do some searching, too.
Oh and two things I recommend to anyone and everyone are raw sauerkraut and dandelion root powder. There are many other ferments out there as well but raw kraut is my favourite.