The Best Gets Better!

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Posted on 27th June 2011 by admin in 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+, the world’s most sophisticated Antioxidant Essential Fatty Acids supplement, just got even better, now with 50% more Omega-3 DHA at the same great price.  Conventional fish oil supplements contain significantly more EPA than DHA (typically a 3:2 EPA:DHA ratio), and mounting research suggests that higher levels of DHA are optimal for human health, supporting our new 1:1 EPA:DHA ratio.

SuperEssentials Omega 3EDA+ is 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 LivingFuel’s functional superfoods and the ideal supplement for the entire family.

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.

Did you get your free CocoChia Snack Mix Yet?

Use the limited-time promotion code summer at checkout and receive one complimentary box of 12 single serving packets of CocoChia Snack Mix (a $17.97 value) with any order at www.livingfuel.com. Offer good through July 4, 2011 or while supplies last.


3 Meals?  Six Meals?  Grazing?  Snacking?

Watch last Thursday’s popular LivingFuelTV episode with Living Fuel Founder KC Craichy.  KC simplifies and clarifies the much-debated topic of meal frequency.  So, how often should you eat to reach your Super Health goals?  Learn today!

Click on the graphic to the right.


Study: Omega-3 May Reduce Risk Of Dental Disease

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Posted on 28th January 2010 by admin in Health Alerts

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Increased levels of omega-3 fatty acid DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) may decrease the risk of dental diseases, suggests a new study from Japan.

The average number of dental disease events was 1.5 times higher in people with low DHA levels, compared to those with the highest average levels of DHA, according to findings published in Nutrition.

Read more here.