Originally published November 22 2010
Drink blue-green algae to increase energy and improve memory
by Alex Malinsky aka RawGuru
(NaturalNews) E3Live, an edible form of blue-green algae called Aphanizomenon flos-aquae(AFA), is known as a green super food. AFA means invisible flower of the water. AFA is a fresh water plant known as cyanophyta. Cyanphota grow in water, soil, on the bark of trees, and on rocks. It is estimated that there are as many as 50,000 species. Cyanphota are responsible for 90% of the Earth's oxygen and 80% of its food supply.
AFA contains more chlorophyll than any other food. Chlorophyll, the blood of the plant kingdom, is only one atom away from hemoglobin, the blood of the animal kingdom. The amount of chlorophyll in AFA allows the oxygen to be increased in the body. It also contains Phenylethylamine (PEA), which is known as the molecule of love, and is produced in the brain where intense happiness, love and joy are experienced.
E3Live is grown in the wild and is only harvested at peak times of optimal growth. It is only harvested in one lake in the world, Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Upper Klamath Lake is a 140 square mile lake that has water deposited into it by seventeen streams and rivers. This is a beautiful, unpolluted lake and is one of the only remaining alkaline lakes on the planet. The very high mineral concentration of the lake may be responsible for trapping the nutrients that AFA contains.
Although it has been used for centuries by indigenous people, E3Live has been available as a food source for over 20 years. It was originally only available in powders and capsules, but it now is available as a liquid supplement. The liquid comes frozen, which keeps it as fresh as possible, preserving its many nutrients. Some people drink it alone, and others will mix it with other juices or mix it into a smoothie or green drink. As little as 1 tablespoon per day will provide benefits. Some people notice the benefits within a few weeks, while others will notice them right away.
E3Live contains Vitamins B, C, and E and Folic Acid. It also contains all of the minerals, and trace minerals that have ever been discovered. It is also a complete protein, which means it contains all of the essential amino acids, which is not very common in plants. E3Live also contains essential Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. When consumed, 97% of its nutrients are absorbed by the body, which is done by very few foods. On the other hand, only about 5-25% of man-made vitamins can be absorbed.
E3Live offers many benefits. It may increase energy as it nourishes glands and organs and improves functioning. It also increases endurance and is used by many world class athletes. It increases mental concentration, immune system efficiency, appetite control, and weight loss. It helps balance blood sugar, increases T cell count, which helps boost the immune system, builds better blood, improves emotional stability, promotes healthy cholesterol, delays and reverses aging, repairs cell damage, promotes healthy bacteria in the body, eliminates toxins, enhances a sense of well being, and improves mental clarity and focus. Also, when applied topically, it can benefit hair and skin.
About the authorAlex Malinsky aka RawGuru is an award winning chef and one of the leading experts in the field of raw food. He started to learn about raw foods at the early at of 15. After 10 years on the raw food diet he continues to be on the cutting edge of nutritional research and product development. Visit Alex's website at: www.RawGuru.com for more information.
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