SuperHealth Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 15th March 2012 by admin in Super Health

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There is a liquid nutrition solution that is both simple to make and cost effective. Smoothies can be made with whole fruits and vegetables and provide a great source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Thanks to a high fiber content, smoothies provide a sustained release of nutrients over time. By helping you feel fuller longer, smoothies are an acceptable choice for breakfast or lunch. Unfortunately, traditional smoothies contain far too much sugar and are deficient in protein and both macronutrients and micronutrients.

Add the power of Superfood Nutrition to your diet. Instead of relying on the nutritional myth of “carbo-loading” with all kinds of carbohydrates, start the day with a complete and balanced superfood smoothie breakfast. A high protein superfood smoothie is highly digestible, plant-based liquid nutrition with balanced amounts of protein, carbohydrates, fiber, fats, and the full spectrum of essential nutrients. Superfood smoothies are just packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that, because it is in liquid form, are efficiently delivered into the bloodstream to boost performance, energy, mental clarity, and recovery.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

New Recipe! Iced Green Tea SuperSmoothie

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Posted on 1st August 2011 by admin in Super Health |Super Recipes

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Cold iced tea and a hot summer day are the perfect pair.

When iced green tea meets fresh organic blueberries andLivingFuel LivingProtein, you’ve created an antioxidant powerhouse, rich in fantastic plant nutrients, protein, fiber, and probiotics.  Try this delicious SuperSmoothie for breakfast, or for a mid-afternoon snack to fuel you through a hot summer day with 335 calories, 14 grams of fiber, and 34 grams of protein!

LivingProtein Iced Green Tea SuperSmoothie

2 scoops LivingFuel LivingProtein
1 cup brewed organic green tea
½ cup fresh water
1 serving organic Greek yogurt (plain, vanilla, or honey)
1 cup fresh or frozen organic blueberries
3 ice cubes

Add all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Living Fuel recommends organic green and herbal teas fromMighty Leaf Tea and Long Life Tea.

For more great SuperSmoothies and other creative receipes visit our comprehensive LivingFuel Recipes page!

What is a Micro Fast?

This past Thursday on LivingFuelTV, we explored the concept of Micro Fasting excerpted from my new bookThe Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need! Learn how this potent fasting technique can help fuel your way to Super Health and your optimal weight!

If you missed last week’s episode, or you’d like to get caught up on The Super Health Diet series, click on the graphic to the right.

Can You Really Get All Your Nutrients From Food?

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Posted on 15th March 2010 by admin in Health Alerts

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How does the human body do all the amazing things it does? Think about the biological mechanics that go into every movement we ask our body to do each day. We call on trillions of cells every time we stand, walk, reach down to pick up something, cook, clean, drive, work, study and exercise.

Here’s another important question – how can our mind and body deal with stress effectively? One of the most important answers is nutrition. Science has identified more than 50 essential nutrients needed by the human body to perform at optimal levels. The body cannot produce any of these nutrients on its own, thus they must be obtained from food sources and dietary supplementation. If a person is deficient in any of these essential nutrients, the result is dysfunction and disease. Complete absence results in death.

LivingFuel HealthAlert: New Study – Vitamin Combo May Delay Aging

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Posted on 2nd March 2010 by admin in Health Alerts

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A cocktail of vitamins, minerals and herbals may delay the major aspects of the aging process and extend lifespan by 10 per cent, according to a new study from Canada.

Mice fed a supplement containing 30 dietary ingredients did not experience a 50 per cent loss in daily movement like other non-supplemented animals, according to findings published in the current issue of Experimental Biology and Medicine.

Researchers say the benefits were linked to increases in the activity of mitochondria, the power plants of the cells, as well as by reducing levels of free radicals produced by the mitochondria.

Lead researcher David Rollo of McMaster University said these findings could help people live better longer.

“This study obtained a truly remarkable extension of physical function in old mice, far greater than the respectable extension of longevity that we previously documented. This holds great promise for extending the quality of life of ‘health span’ of humans,” Rollo added.

Read more here.

Nanotechnology Boosts Nutraceutical Bioavailability

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Posted on 23rd December 2009 by admin in Super Health

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Nanotechnology such as nanoemulsions and polymer micelles-based delivery systems can boost the bioavailability of nutrients such as phytochemcials, according to a review of the technology published in the Journal of Food Science.

Read more here.