LivingFuel SuperEssentials Omega 3EDA+: What, Why, and How

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Posted on 2nd June 2014 by admin in Super Health

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What is it?  Why do I need it?  How do I use it? 
In today’s special video message, join Living Fuel Founders KC and Monica Craichy as they answer the top questions about LivingFuel SuperEssentials® Omega 3EDA+, the powerful supplement that only Living Fuel could make.  Studies abound on the critical importance of Omega-3 essential fatty acids and the protective power of Vitamin D to good health. 

SuperEssentials Omega 3EDA+ is a harmonious blend of Omega-3, GLA, ultra-pure fish oils, full-spectrum Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and astaxanthin.


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Product Spotlight: SuperEssentials Omega 3EDA+ Astaxanthin

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Posted on 6th May 2013 by admin in Product Spotlight |Super Health

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Here at Living Fuel, we continue to strive to provide you with unparalleled cutting-edge nutritional products.

LivingFuel SuperEssentials® Omega 3EDA+ Astaxanthin is the world’s most sophisticated Omega-3 supplement, but it’s far more than fish oil!  While it does contain ultra-pure fish oils in their natural triglyceride form, it also contains protective Omega-6 GLA from borage seed oil, the powerful antioxidants Vitamin D and Vitamin A, full-spectrum Vitamin E, and the super powerful carotenoid Astaxanthin.  SuperEssentials Omega is the perfect complement to Living Fuel’s functional superfoods and the ideal supplement for the entire family.

To learn more, click on the special video below with Living Fuel Founders KC and Monica Craichy explaining the all-important whatwhy, and how of SuperEssentials Omega.

And for even more, click here to learn more, and you’ll discover recent episodes of LivingFuelTV on the powerful effects of Omega-3 for you and your family’s good health.

Omega 3EDA+ Astaxanthin

Understanding Omega-3

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Posted on 21st March 2013 by admin in LivingFuelTV |Super Health

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Not all Omega-3 is created equal.

Last week on LivingFuelTV, KC Craichy discussed krill oil, your health food store’s hot new Omega-3 supplement.  In additional to supplemental form, there are numerous natural food sources of Omega-3—sardines, salmon, walnuts, and chia seeds just to name a few.

Today, KC clearly explains which Omega-3 sources provide your body with the most potent and useful forms of Omega-3.  What is DHA, EPA, and ALA and why are they vital to understand?  What is the most important consideration as you’re analyzing Omega-3 supplements?  How about liquid fish oil?  Does the fish oil capsule matter?

Learn this and more today on LivingFuelTV.  Tune in to this week’s episode by clicking on the graphic below.

Inside LivingFuel: Spirulina

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Posted on 9th October 2012 by admin in Super Health

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Spirulina, pronounced spy-ro-leena or speero-leena, is an amazing blue-green sea algae that is one of the simplest living organisms on the planet.  Named spirulina because of its distinctive spiral shape under a microscope, it is a natural wonder and an amazing superfood.

Spirulina grows on the surface of clean tropical ocean water in bright nourishing sunlight.  The sun triggers the growth of the nutrients in spirulina, including Vitamins A, E and K, iron, magnesium, potassium, and many B vitamins.  Spirulina is a rare complete plant protein and is approximately 70% protein, compared to beef which is just 22% protein.  Spirulina’s rich green color is a result of its chlorophyll, the molecule used in photosynthesis, a plant’s process of absorbing sunlight and using its energy to live and grow.

Organic powdered spirulina is a key superfood in Living Fuel’s flagship functional superfood, LivingFuel SuperGreens which features an astonishing 2, 000 mg per serving of organic spirulina from the world’s top sources.  Enjoy spirulina along with over 60 other superfoods, vitamins, minerals, herbs, antioxidants, enzymes, prebiotics, and probiotics in a great-tasting whole meal superfood blend.  It’s truly “living” fuel!

Spirulina under a microscope

LivingFuel SuperGreens

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: SuperEssentials Omega

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Posted on 29th May 2012 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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What is it?  Why do I need it?  How do I use it?

In today’s special podcast, join Living Fuel Founders KC and Monica Craichy as they answer the top questions about LivingFuel SuperEssentials® Omega 3EDA+, the powerful supplement that only Living Fuel could make.  Studies abound on the critical importance of Omega-3 essential fatty acids and the protective power of Vitamin D to good health.  SuperEssentials Omega 3EDA+ is a harmonious blend of Omega-3, Omega-6 ultra-pure fish oils, full-spectrum Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and astaxanthin.  Click on the audio player below to learn more:

SuperEseentials® Omega 3EDA+

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SuperHealth Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 28th February 2012 by admin in Super Health

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Here is what I consider essential when it comes to the quality of fish oil:

1. The purest forms of fish oil are derived from sardines and anchovies and purified through a flash-molecular distillation process.
2. Fish oil must be rigorously tested to ensure that it is free of unsafe levels of impurities, including PCBs, heavy metals, or oxidized contaminants.
3. The most beneficial omega-3s are EPA and DHA, which can only be found in high concentration in fish oil. Plant-based omega-3 ALA from flaxseed oil cannot give you all the benefits of fish oil.
4. When taking fish oil, also take high quality full-spectrum vitamin E with tocotrienols and tocopherols, vitamin A, vitamin D, and the super antioxidant astaxanthin to protect against lipid peroxidation (essentially unprotected fish oils without antioxidants can spoil inside the body), which can be toxic to every cell in the body. This also provides additional fat soluable antioxidant protection in the body.
5. Along with fish oil consider also taking GLA from borage seed oil or evening primrose oil, which in combination with fish oil helps balance the body’s anti-inflammatory pathways.
6. Try to take your fish oil supplement an hour before a meal 
whenever possible, because the fiber in your meal can absorb these critically important fatty acids before they can reach your cells.
7. Fish oil will retain its original flavor and aroma. If not, the oils have been over-processed.
8. Soon both EPA and DHA will be available from algae sources, which I find exciting because numerous strict vegetarians will finally have access to these essential nutrients.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: Choosing The Best Fish Oil

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Posted on 23rd August 2011 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC and Monica Craichy talk about the 5 major things to consider when choosing the best fish oil for your family.

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LivingFuel SuperHealth: Tocotrienols are Effective Bone Builders

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Posted on 1st March 2010 by admin in Super Health

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A new animal study compared the effectiveness of various forms of vitamin E in the quality of bone formation. The study found that gamma tocotrienol was the best form that supported multiple aspects of bone integrity during the process of normal bone formation.

The experiment involved male rats that were fed a diet bolstered with plain vitamin E (alpha tocopherol), delta tocotrienol, gamma tocotrienol, or control (olive oil). After 4 months the animals were sacrificed and the quality of their bone architecture was analyzed. While all forms of vitamin E showed better quality bones compared to the control group, the gamma tocotrienol group was best.

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Vitamins C and E Linked to Muscle Strength

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Posted on 2nd January 2010 by admin in Health Alerts

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In that muscle strength may start to decline as early as the fourth decade of life and may accelerate in subsequent years, Anne Newman, from University of Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania, USA), and colleagues studied over 2,000 men and women in their 70s, surveying their eating habits and measuring the subjects’ grip strength at the study’s start and two years later. The team found a significant positive link between dietary intake of vitamins C and E and subsequent change in muscle strength, regardless of the subjects’ initial strength levels. They urge that their findings provide “another reason for doctors to encourage patients to eat a balanced diet, rich in fruits and vegetables.”

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Vitamin E Beats Drug Treatment for NASH

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Posted on 6th November 2009 by admin in Health Alerts


In a presentation at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases held October 30 to November 3, 2009 in Boston, Arun Sanyal, MD of the Virginia Commonwealth University’s Department of Internal Medicine reported the results of a double-blind, placebo-controlled trial which found that vitamin E was more successful than the antidiabetic drug pioglitazone at treating nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH). Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis is a progressive liver disease associated with fatty liver, insulin resistance and obesity. An estimated 3 to 4 percent of Americans have NASH, which progresses to cirrhosis in 15 to 20 percent of the cases, due to inflammation. The disease currently has no established treatment.

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