As a heath-food trend, it’s easy to be confused by blue-green algae (BGA). Not only does it sound gross, but googling it produces news reports of local officials at war with the toxic pond scum it can create.
Yet, many swear by BGA’s energy-boosting properties. In health-food circles, BGA usually refers to spirulina, chlorella, or — the hippest algae — Aphanizomenon Flos-aquae (AFA). Still, some BGAs can be toxic, so nutritionists recommend proceeding with caution.
The strain that appears in E3Live was discovered in the 1970s by Victor Colman, who as legend has it, was looking for a way to feed NASA scientists. In the 1990s, it became a popular racehorse supplement after Tamera Campbell, now CEO of the E3Live company began selling it to trainers for their Kentucky Derby–bound thoroughbreds.
Now E3Live is sold in powder, capsule, or frozen form at health-food stores and on Amazon. According to Campbell, the company uses a mechanical filtration system and meets all standards set by the Oregon Department of Agriculture.
“I would say that the majority of all people notice that they have more sustained energy, they feel better overall, they feel more mentally alert, they notice that their digestion and elimination improve,” Campbell said. “They notice an improvement in their hair, skin, and fingernails. And if you work out in a gym they notice their energy is sustained longer.”
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The Olympic diet varies greatly among athletes, but they usually prefer quality foods with high nutritive content. Most of the sportsmen and sportswomen are very careful with their diets. They usually eat very clean, and in small quantities.
A survey organized by the SB Nation and Eater showed that the Olympic diet includes vast proportions of kale, oatmeal, and Greek yogurt. No pizza and no pancakes during training.
Sports nutritionists say that all over the world, athletes pay attention to what they are eating. The change happened only recently, in the last two generations.
Athletes are not obsessed with calories. They make sure that their diet contains enough nutrients and quality foods.
What if the solution to lose weight fast and effectively required only one simple exotic ingredient? A Japanese diet secret, black soybean tea or kuromame tea has everything needed to help you lose those flabby arms and belly weight.
1. It can reduce fat.
Black soybean, popularly known as the “Crown Prince of Beans,” contains an antioxidant called anthocyanin which is found to have a rare property – it absorbs fat from the body.
2. It suppresses hunger – As a great source of fiber, the black soybean tea works as an appetite controller by making you feel fuller with less food.
3. It helps you to reduce your sugar intake – It can help control your sweet tooth and replace your daily sugar intake. It amazingly also acts as an agent to control blood sugar and cholesterol levels.
4. It boosts metabolism – The tea is high in isoflavones composite, which helps to increase the rate of metabolism. This boosted metabolism makes your body fat work as energy.
5. It can make you look younger – It contains compounds known as polyphenols that work as anti-aging agents to help keep you looking young and fresh.
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