E3Live – Nutrition in a Glass

E3 LIVE, MACA, HEMP PROTEIN - NUTRITION IN A GLASS! Looking for a great snack or breakfast substitution?  How about a protein shake made with raw, unprocessed protein?  My liking is Ruths Hemp Protein with Maca & E3Live.  I find it provides an excellent choice with a formulation of certified organic hemp, certified organic maca and E3Live.  All three ingredients work in conjunction to support the immune, nervous, gastro-intestinal, endocrine and cardiovascular systems. Hemp: Plant based complete organic, raw protein (unprocessed) which provides as much protein as 2 lrg boiled eggs (14g) Contains all amino acids as well as essential fatty acids (Omegas 3:6:9 ratio) and fiber (5g fiber) Suspends/absorbs well in smoothie and is digestible with no bloating Maca: Incan Superfood that provides energy, endurance, stamina and alleviate fatigue Shown to help regulate the circulatory, endocrine, nervous and immune systems Contains B1, B2, B12, calcium, Vitamin C, sterols and alkaloids that help with proper assimilation Contributes to hormonal balance, digestion, good sleeping habits, libido, and overall well being E3Live: Pure, healthy...
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5 EXAMPLES OF ‘Good Fat’

5 EXAMPLES OF 'GOOD FAT' - OLIVE OIL, ALMONDS, AVOCADO, FLAX, SALMON Nutrition is on everyone's minds as they are doing their best to reach their New Year's goal andfinally drop that extra '10' they've been carrying around for the past decade. I've been asked a lot, 'what is a good fat?'  Here is a partial listing to get you started: Oils:  grapeseed, olive, canola, flax, fish Nuts:  almonds, walnuts, pistachios, pecans, peanuts Other foods:  avocado, olives, hemp, flax seeds, peanut butter, salmon, flax seeds, sunflower seeds Make sure you check your portion sizes!  If you have something to add to my list, please leave a comment, thanks :) ...
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4th MOST ABUNDANT MINERAL IN YOUR BODY – MAGNESIUM

What is it? 4th most abundant mineral in the body responsible for over 300 biochemical reactions in the body.  50-60% found in bones, trace amount on surface of bones. Functions: Helps maintain nerve functions, metabolism, heart rhythm, build strengthen b0nes, regulates body temperature. Importance: Many systems (cardiovascular, nervous, digestive), as well as the brain, kidneys and liver rely on magnesium for their metabolism. Source: It in not made in the body, and may be found in foods like spinach, almonds, whole grains, greens, halibut, black beans, peanuts. USRDA: 400 mg/day for healthy adults over 30 IF YOU HAVE ANY INTERESTING FACTS ON MAGNESIUM, PLEASE LEAVE THEM IN THE COMMENT SECTION...
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