Product Spotlight: LivingProtein®

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Posted on 8th April 2013 by admin in LivingFuelTV |Product Spotlight |Super Health

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Over the past two weeks on LivingFuelTV, Living Fuel Founder KC Craichy explored the often-misunderstood macronutrient PROTEIN.  Two weeks ago, in the episode Protein FAQ: How Much? What Kinds? KC looked at the optimal daily amount and best types of protein we should consume.  Last week, he addressed the question of meal frequency and protein digestion in Should You Eat Every Three Hours? If you missed it, click on the graphic below to watch and get up-to-date.

LivingFuelTV: Should You Eat Every Three Hours?

Today, we present a special video with KC and his wife Monica as they answer three of the top questions on Living Fuel’s revolutionary plant protein fiber blend,LivingFuel LivingProtein®.  Discover how LivingProtein is much more than just a protein supplement. Click on the graphic below to watch.


SuperHealth Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 27th April 2012 by admin in Super Health

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I strongly believe in the power of a plant-based diet and understand why some people want to be vegetarians. Just about everyone could benefit from eating more fresh vegetables and fruits (in moderation). Most people today who call themselves vegetarians are not true vegetarians, because they also eat some kinds of animal protein, such as eggs or fish. There is a lot of evidence that suggests a modified vegetarian diet that includes clean animal sources of protein is extremely healthy. Combining the Bible’s Old Testament vegetarian guidelines in Genesis 1:29 with the clean meats (a.k.a. Kosher guidelines in Leviticus 11) may well be the long-sought-after fountain of youth.

Most vegetarians have multiple nutrient deficiencies, including protein. They often rely on low protein sources that do not provide enough of the right combinations of essential amino acids to allow them to thrive. Many vegetarians end up eating grains instead of meats, which further exacerbates the problems. Educated vegetarian food combining can provide a good mix of EAAs but generally necessitates far too many carbohydrates into their diet. Blindly mixing various foods is not ideal. Most vegetarians are not strict and also eat eggs, dairy, and/or fish, which can go a long way toward supplying much needed protein, EAAs, and other vital nutrients, such as fish oil EPA/DHA.

However, for just about everyone, especially strict vegetarians, to obtain Super Health, it is my belief that functional superfoods, such as optimized plant protein powders and essential amino acids, are critical to health and longevity. A word of caution: Infants, children, and young adults should not consume strict vegetarian diets or be on long-term calorie-restricted diets because it can stunt their growth and cause long-term health problems. Neither should pregnant and nursing mothers.

Food is a double-edged sword. The combining of various plant foods from different categories (vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, and seeds) can still result in a suboptimal amount of protein, varied amounts of EAAs, and unhealthy levels of carbohydrates. Mindlessly or methodically combining of various plant foods generally does not ensure optimal amounts of EAAs. It is critical for strict vegetarians to supplement with optimized plant protein powders and EAAs.

Holiday Health Challenge Tip!

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Posted on 1st December 2011 by admin in Holiday Health Challenge

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Not all protein is alike, and just because you get a lot of protein does not mean you are necessarily getting an ideal amount of essential amino acids (EAAs). Foods that contain sufficient amounts of all of the EAAs are called complete proteins. These foods include beef, chicken, fish, eggs, milk, cheese, and just about any other food derived from animal sources. Animal protein has long been thought to be the standard; however, optimized plant proteins now have taken center stage. Recent studies have shown that plant protein that has been optimized (i.e., combination of brown rice protein powder with yellow pea protein powder with specific amino acids added to strengthen the amino acids profile) can replicate the amino acids profile of animal protein without the acidity and potential allergic reactions commonly associated with some of the most popular animal protein powders.

KC Craichy
The Super Health Diet

KC Craichy’s SuperHealth Podcasts: LivingFuel LivingProtein

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Posted on 28th October 2011 by admin in Super Health |SuperHealth Podcasts

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KC and Monica Craichy share about LivingFuel LivingProtein – our complete plant protein from clean and healthy non-GMO brown rice and yellow pea with fiber, live enzymes, probiotics, amino acids and antioxidants.

Living Protein is The Revolutionary Premium Protein Supplement

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Plant vs. Animal Protein & Essential Amino Acids

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Posted on 5th May 2011 by admin in LivingFuelTV

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Most people, including children, adults, vegetarians, and all active people could benefit from a plant-based functional superfood protein powder that combines organic brown rice protein and yellow pea protein with an amino acids profile that has been optimized with specific amino acids (giving it the strength of egg and whey proteins but from all vegetarian sources), plus digestive enzymes (to maximize digestibility) and gut healthy soluble rice fiber, prebiotics, and microencapsulated probiotics. These components work in concert to maximize protein utilization, while enhancing the digestive system and minimizing postprandial (after a meal) glycemic response that is known to rapidly convert to body fat and cause cellular damage after every high calorie meal.
- KC Craichy, The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!
Dear Living Fuel Family,
Say ‘protein’ and the image that leaps to mind is likely a thick sirloin steak or the awful-tasting protein shake chugged by the hulking weight lifter at your local gym.  Even if you’re a vegetarian or never seen the inside of a weight room, protein is arguably the single most important macronutrient in all our diets.  As important as protein is for our health, you would think there would be wide consensus in the medical community on the use, source and quantity of protein that is best.  Unfortunately, this is far from the case.
Chapter 11, ‘The Dynamic Role of Proteins in Weight Loss’ of my groundbreaking new book The Super Health Diet: The Last Diet You Will Ever Need!, has been widely praised by renowned physicians, nutritionists and leading-edge researchers.  Correctly applied, the knowledge in this chapter (along with our companion LivingFuelTV series on protein) can radically impact your health, fitness, and weight optimization goals.
Last week we learned that strategically supplementing with a high quality plant protein powder and essential amino acids is a key to reaching your goal of Super Health and its natural result, your optimal weight.  Today on LivingFuelTV, Monica and I discuss our family’s choice of protein powder and essential amino acids, and how the remarkable benefits can catapult you and your family to Super Health.
Click on the graphic below to join us.

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

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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.