Holiday Health Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 2nd January 2012 by admin in Holiday Health Challenge

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You can increase your protein intake and eat smarter meals at the same time. The goal is to eat between 50 and 90 percent of your body weight in grams per day with a preference toward the higher end of the range. For instance, a 170-pound person might need 100 to 150 grams of protein a day. You will find most of these foods, Functional Superfoods, and supplements in the Four Corners Shopping List and in my book Super Health: 7 Golden Keys to Unlock Lifelong Vitality and at A more comprehensive list of foods and protein amounts is in my book Living the Seven Golden Keys to Lifelong Vitality. Buy organic food products whenever possible. Avoid purchasing food that has been genetically modified (GMO).

Getting up to the Super Health Diet recommended daily protein levels of 0.5g to 0.9g per pound of body weight per day can be challenging without overeating meats. Vegetarians will find it much more difficult to reach these recommended protein levels, since animal meats are among the highest protein sources. Vegetarians must be well educated in food combining of various plant foods from different categories—vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds—to achieve greater balance in essential amino acids. Strict vegetarians are at extreme risk of overeating carbohydrates because most plant foods that contain protein also contain even greater amounts of carbohydrates.

I recommend that just about everyone, especially vegetarians, supplement their diets with high protein functional foods, including protein and essential amino acids powders, and, at a minimum, take an antioxidant essential fatty acids supplement daily.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

LivingFuelTV – Really? The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!

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Posted on 10th February 2011 by admin in LivingFuelTV |Super Health

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Power comes when you apply your faith to something true; that is a lifetime of Super Health.

KC Craichy, Author, The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!


This Monday, Valentines Day, February 14th, my exciting new book

The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need! will be released nationwide. 
In Part One of The Super Health Diet, I present the findings of my lifetime of research on the bewildering array of diet systems, programs, centers and books promising successful, long-term weight loss.  I also track the fascinating history of weight loss leading up to the current day.  Which work?  Which are marketing hype?  You just may be surprised by my findings both good and bad.
Today on LivingFuelTV we discuss how we choose our diets.  If you’ve ever been on a diet, need to lose weight or just want to add life to your years, then this episode (and this book) are just for you! 
To order your copy of The Super Health Diet, click here or on the book above.
Here’s to your Super Health!
KC & Monica Craichy
Founders & CEO
Living Fuel, Inc.

LivingFuel SuperHealth: LivingProtein Tops the List!

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Posted on 25th May 2010 by admin in Super Health

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Major Medical Study Shows Plant-Based Protein the Key to Weight Loss

LivingFuel LivingProtein Tops the List!

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 25, 2010 — Every year it seems a new diet fad makes headlines – Scarsdale, Atkins, South Beach and Zone diets to name a few. While they may work for some people, it can be hard to keep the weight off. One thing experts know for sure is that protein plays an important role in both healthy eating and weight loss. Research shared in a major medical journal shows that people who fill up specifically on plant protein versus animal protein can lose substantially more weight than those who do not.

LivingFuel LivingProteinIn addition, researchers with the journal Nutritional Reviews found that the average body weight for both male and female vegetarians is three to 20 percent lower than that of meat eaters.

First for Women magazine recently examined firsthand the powerful role complete plant protein from brown rice and yellow pea plays in detoxification, weight loss and weight management. Magazine editors interviewed several women with weight struggles who were ready to do an “ultra fat flush” involving this type of protein. For two weeks, women drank a plant-protein smoothie for breakfast and lunch. They followed that with lean protein and unlimited steamed green veggies and salad for dinner. As reported, women successfully lost belly fat, shed baby weight and overcame certain metabolic issues.

Read more here.

LivingFuel SuperHealth: 60 Healthy Foods for Pennies Per Serving

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Posted on 16th February 2010 by admin in Super Health

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Are you trying to eat healthier food on an unhealthy budget? Fortunately, some of the cheapest foods are good for you.

The real trick to minimizing your grocery bill is finding the right recipes for healthy foods. That’s why we’re providing a list of 60 inexpensive and nutritious foods. Please note, however, that prices will vary based on the store, location and season. One serving refers to one apple, one cup of oats, etc.; not the entire bag of apples or bucket of oats. Bon appetit!

Read the list of foods here.