...from the INSIDE. I'm all for helping keep the planet healthy, but shouldn't we be starting with our own bodies? Some people would be thrilled to toss back a drink that would guarantee health, beauty and complete nutrition. When I was a kid, I even wished for a pill so I could stop "wasting time" eating meals.
Today, with food costs racing upward, maybe that's not a crazy idea. Meanwhile, experts keep searching for new discoveries to support our nutritional needs. Take algae, for example. The last thing you might think of munching is green goo found in a lake. Even a pristine, unspoiled lake. But, there is an algae you might consider. It's called Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA for short), an edible freshwater plant. Apparently, this is a foundation of our entire food chain
Indigenous peoples have eaten the stuff for centuries, and stayed much healthier than we are today. Why? Upper Klamath Lake where AFA is harvested contains huge amounts of minerals and nutrients that are immediately bio-available.
If you're worried about the taste, I've tried it and it's quite pleasant. It has a terrific effect on your mind and body, and provides energy without any "caffeine jitters." And, even if your taste buds are a tad timid, you can try the product in capsule form. It helps your skin and nails, seems to improve mental focus (big help at work), can improve mood - and, helps make exercising easier along with recovery time.
Take a peek and see why I like it, and if it sounds like something you'd like to try. Since you're reading this blog, I know you're interested in the most advanced options to keep yourself and your family healthy. Get more details on the company website. The company's name is also the name of the algae product: www.e3live.com