Monday, July 29, 2013

Free Webinar with Dr. Brian Clement of the Hippocrates Health Institute!

Do you have questions about health and nutrition? Are you confused about conflicting information coming at you from news reports, forwarded e-mails, Facebook posts and a million other sources? Then you're in luck!

Tomorrow, July 30, at 7:30 pm Eastern Time, Dr. Brian Clement of the Hippocrates Health Institute is holding a free webinar open to anyone interested in learning more about health. If you're unfamiliar with Dr. Brian Clement and HHI, click here to read his impressive biography.

On this live call, you can ask questions about health or listen in as Dr. Brian personally answers questions and concerns, sharing personal wisdom gained over the last 45+ years about The Real Truth About Health.

Learn the latest health news and trends.
Learn the truth about which foods, supplements and lifestyle choices really are in your highest short and long term good and which aren't.

Ask Dr. Brian - Is there a question you have NOT been able to get a good solid answer to?
Where do you go to get the information you need? Are you choosing the best course of action? This is your chance to ask Dr. Brian Clement any question you have regarding health, nutrition and supplementation.

Listen live as people worldwide get answer to health concerns.

To join the hundreds of other people already registered for this free webinar, click here.

I hope that you will join me in taking advantage of this wonderful opportunity to benefit from Dr. Brian's extensive knowledge and experience!


Monday, July 22, 2013

It's Harvest Season!

This is my favorite time of year! The sun is shining, our veggie garden is overflowing with greens, and we are back in Oregon, busy harvesting the wonderfully nutritious blue-green algae that grows in Klamath Lake.

Many people have questions about our E3Live, and I'd like to take a moment to answer them for you.

First off, no, this is not the same type of algae that grows in your pool if you stop paying your pool guy to show up and work his wonder. There are literally thousands of types of algae, and, while some are disgusting and even deadly, that is not the case with Aphanizomenon flos-aquae, or AFA for short. 

AFA is the single-cell super food that grows abundantly in the warm, shallow, mineral-rich waters of Klamath Lake in Southern Oregon. While many other nutritious algae are grown in vats and cement troughs, our AFA, sold under our brand name E3Live, is wild harvested. 

What does that mean? It means that we let Mother Nature combine the raw ingredients of sunlight, minerals and water and all we do is simply go out on the lake and harvest the results. No troughs, no vats. Just the pristine lake and the "magic" of nature. We give careful attention to selecting and harvesting the freshest AFA blooms, put them through our quality-controlled purification process, then bottle and freeze them before sending out for our clients to enjoy! 

Each and every bottle of our E3Live naturally contains more than 65 vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids. But all this good stuff doesn't mean anything unless your body can use it! Because the fresh liquid form of AFA is readily absorbed by your body, you can be sure that you are receiving the maximum benefits of all these nutrients. 

I'm also often asked what is the best way to use E3Live. My answer? Whatever your imagination can dream of! Add it to smoothies and juices, combine it with water, take it as a "shot" of pure energy, make it into ice cubes, add it to cold soups - anything goes, provided that you do not cook it.

Here's Jayden enjoying a peanut butter and algae sandwich, fresh from the harvester. 

AFA is more dense when first harvested, and therefore, easier to spread on bread. While E3Live in the bottle is in a more liquid form than AFA straight out of the lake, you can still enjoy this sandwich if you're not on the harvester with us! Just mix some E3Live into some raw nut butter, spread it on organic bread (preferably home made!), and you have a nutritious, delicious and very filling snack for the whole family to enjoy!

I hope that I've given you plenty of information to answer your questions, but if there's anything else you'd like to know, just ask in the comments section and I'll be sure to answer you!

Til next time -


Friday, July 12, 2013

What is Joy?

With three children and a business to tend to, I find myself slipping into “functioning mom” mode pretty often. I’m usually so busy doing what needs to get done - supervising all the kids’ activities, cooking, cleaning, solving problems, big and small – that, at the end of the day, I’m often left wondering, “Where did the time go?” And, sometimes, during the late hours after everyone else has gone to bed, I feel totally depleted, like I have nothing left to give. 

That is very hard for me to admit to.

Do I love my children more than life itself? Absolutely. No question about it. I truly adore the day-to-day life of being a mom. Even the mundane parts, like reminding the kids to pick up after themselves or brush their teeth. And I cherish every moment of this fleeting time with my precious ones, because I know that, in what will seem like the blink of an eye, they will be grown and have lives independent of me.

That’s why I cringe with surprised disappointment when that little voice whispers to me every once in a while, “What about me?”

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Guest Post - Jessica Wick

Chasing Butterflies

These days our lives are busy, rushed, and filled with technology. While technology makes our lives easier it can cause a disconnect with those around you, especially your children. It is important to take the time from your schedule several times a week to enjoy simple activities that will help you bond with your children. My personal favorite – chasing butterflies!

Chasing butterflies is as fun and as simple as it sounds. Do you remember chasing them as a child? We use a camera instead of a butterfly net in our family to prevent any unwanted injuries to our beautiful flying friends. It doesn’t have to be butterflies. It could be flowers, rocks, rivers or anything else you find pretty and exciting. Pick something that you both enjoy finding and make each trip an adventure. It can be a new activity each time.

Keep your camera available during your outings. The pictures are fun to use in a scrapbook or for starting a collection. Keeping a record of your fun is a great bonding experience (do arts and crafts together) and the results are something you will cherish for years to come. You also catch some of the best photos of your children when they are playing instead of posing for the camera.

Keep things simple when you go out to chase your butterflies. Turn off your cell phone and give yourself and your child the time you need to relax and enjoy life. Talk to them about their day and discuss their hopes and dreams. Take the time to connect and know them as well as yourself. It provides the opportunity to be comfortable in each other’s company without expectations.

The goal is not to catch your butterflies – it is to bond with your kids. It is taking the time to be a part of their life in simple ways. Start when they are young and continue it throughout their years for a better relationship. If you make the time to talk about small things they will feel more comfortable coming to you for the big things.

What kind of butterflies do you chase?

Jessica Wick is one of our very own E3Live employees, she enjoys teaching her three children about organic gardening, has a horse, a goat, 2 dogs and a flock of chickens that also love E3Live!

Monday, July 8, 2013

A Moment to Reflect

It seems like everyone is busy these days. We're busy working, taking the kids to their various activities, doing the million and one chores that keep a household going, etc, etc. Very rarely do we take the time to just be. I came across this video and it had a profound effect on me. It's become my favorite way to remind myself of what's really important in life.

Take a few moments to watch and reflect on the message here. You'll be glad you did.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Meal and a Spiel Cure for a Hangover

I often receive messages from people who have incorporated E3Live into maintaining and improving their health. And I love it! It is so rewarding to know that the work we do makes a positive impact in the world.

Recently, a wonderful lady by the name of Elana Horwich wrote to tell me about how much she loves E3Live. What's unusual about Elana is that she writes a blog and makes videos around the subject of living a life that is in balance between being both indulgent AND healthy. Now, that's a lady after my own heart! Go check her out at Meal and a Spiel, you'll be glad you did! 

Here's Elana giving some really great tips about curing a hangover. I don't drink alcohol, but if you do, I'm sure you'll love Elana's advice.

Elana and I are planning some exciting collaborations and can't wait to share them with you! Stay tuned to see what we've got in store!

Til next time,