Berry Good!

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Posted on 30th April 2012 by admin in Super Health

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A new study indicates that eating berries, specifically strawberries and blueberries, may reduce cognitive decline in elderly women. Strawberries and blueberries contain high levels of flavonoids, compounds that have powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

The Harvard Medical School study, published in the latest issue of the journal Annals of Neurology, supports similar findings from smaller studies on the benefits of flavonoids.

Living Fuel has long-recognized the amazing health benefits of berries, including strawberries and blueberries. That is why our LivingFuel SuperBerry® Ultimate and LivingFuel SuperBerry® Original functional superfoods contain a unique SuperBerry complex of organic, freeze-dried strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and cranberries.

Unlike other brands, which may contain only a small amount of berries or simply berry flavoring, each serving of SuperBerry® Original and SuperBerry® Ultimate contain approximately 14,000 milligrams (14 full grams!) of organic berries. Along with organic berries SuperBerry Ultimate and Original also contain:

  • live digestive enzymes to ensure maximum availability of nutrients,
  • probiotics and probiotics for healthy intestinal function,
  • protective antioxidants to protect against free radical damage,
  • an array of beneficial herbs to enhance major body systems,
  • optimal levels of essential vitamins & minerals, delivered in their most bioavailable forms, and
  • 26 grams per serving of clean, non-GMO brown rice and yellow pea protein.
To learn more, watch the video below featuring Living Fuel Founders KC and Monica Craichy. In the video, KC and Monica explain the amazing benefits of Living Fuel SuperBerry® and SuperBerry® Ultimate and how they enjoy Living Fuel as part of their personal nutrition regimen. Click on the graphic below.


EFSA Affirms Omega-3 Can Benefit Baby Brains and Eyes

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Posted on 3rd November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has confirmed that the omega-3 fatty acids, DHA and ALA, can benefit eye and cognitive development in babies.

Read more here.