Recipe: Sarah’s SuperSmoothie

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Posted on 25th July 2011 by admin in Super Recipes

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Summertime means colorful and delicious fresh berries in our local markets.  Packed with fiber and countless beneficial antioxidants and phytonutrients, tasty berries are the perfect addition to a healthy child’s diet.

Team fresh organic berries with the organic berry blend of LivingFuel SuperBerry Ultimate or LivingFuel SuperBerry Original and you create a SuperSmoothie!  Maximize your family’s nutrition with clean plant protein, cleansing herbs, protective antioxidants, powerful vitamins and minerals, live prebiotics, probiotics and digestive enzymes that are packed in Living Fuel’s revolutionary functional superfoods.

Here’s a terrific recipe straight from Living Fuel Founder KC Craichy’s family kitchen—13-Year-Old Sarah Craichy fuels her day with the delicious and berry-full SuperSmoothie with 280 calories, 21 grams of protein and 10 grams of fiber.  Enjoy!

13-Year-Old Sarah Craichy’s SuperSmoothie

1 ½ scoop LivingFuel SuperBerry Ultimate (or SuperBerry Original)

¼ cup organic raspberries (fresh or frozen)
¼ cup organic strawberries (fresh or frozen)
¼ cup organic orange juice
1 cup spring water
Mix in blender until smooth

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Today’s recipe is just one of 23 delicious and nutrient-packed SuperSmoothie recipes you’ll find in Living Fuel Founder KC Craichy’s groundbreaking new book The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!
Sarah Craichy

Over the past month on LivingFuelTV, we’ve been pleased to present our special four-part series of HealthAlerts titledCancer Step Outside the Box with Ty Bollinger.

It was our goal in the series to help dispel the fear of cancer, demystify cancer, and present alternative cancer treatments to consider.  We also discussed practical tips to help your body in its fight against the scourge of cancer, and help protect you and your family from a potential cancer diagnosis in the future.  Click here or on the graphic to the right to revisit the series or forward it to a friend of loved one in the battle.

Top Foods to Keep Your Mind Young

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Posted on 21st October 2009 by admin in Health Alerts

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Diets rich in strawberries, other berries, nuts, and certain spices may lower age-related cognitive declines and the risk of neurodegenerative disease, according to James Joseph, Ph.D., of the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University in Boston. Dr. Joseph describes his breakthrough work on the everyday foods that promote brain health during a presentation this week at Neuroscience 2009, the 39th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience being held in Chicago. (Read more here)