E3 Live: The Newest “Super Food” Might Not Just be a Fad

First it was blueberries. Then came red wine, then pomegranate, followed closely by quinoa. Each discovered “super food” has been more nutritiously dense, and the latest is no exception.

While the name isn’t quite as succinct as acai, E3 Live has somehow gone unnoticed by the masses until now. So what exactly is this mysterious substance, grown on the upper shores of southern Oregon’s Klamath Lake? Considered one of the most nutritionally dense super foods around (it’s one of the most chlorophyll-rich foods known to man!), E3 Live provides 64 absorptive vitamins, minerals and enzymes. It’s a type of AFA (100% Aphanizomenon flos-aquae), living, liquid, aqua-colored algae that promotes health and prevents disease. The term “super food” refers to nutrient-dense herbs, seaweeds, bee products, vegetables, fruits and nuts that balance and harmonize the body and prevent heart disease, cancer and digestive problems. But what makes E3 Live an especially super super food is its chlorophyll content.

Chlorophyll is itself a very important super food, and a marvelously reparative vital force. There are other sources of chlorophyll such as wheatgrass and spirulina, but nothing contains the volume of chlorophyll that E3 Live does—a whopping 300 mg per serving.

What’s so special about chlorophyll? Chlorophyll is packed with nutrients from the soil, rebuilds red blood cells and oxygenates the body. But that’s not all. Among its other myriad benefits, chlorophyll cleanses organs, dispelling of toxic buildup and metal accumulation. It also increases mental focus, lifts and balances mood, and reduces stress in the body without causing sugary ups and decaffeinated downs.

All of chlorophyll’s benefits are also associated with E3 Live; it is known to increase stamina and aid in detoxification. Furthermore, E3 Live boasts high levels of carotenoids, or beta-carotene, which protect against latent degenerative disease. It’s also packed with trace minerals found to stimulate cancer-fighting cells—in fact, E3 Live is the only substance known to put these fighter modules into motion, which means that it could potentially prevent and fight off cancers.

Best of all, it’s easy to get a hold of! It’s portioned into tiny 2-oz bottles (sold at and Organic Avenue in NYC, or shipped directly from E3Live.com, Amazon, and therawfoodworld.com). It tastes better than pungent grass, and doesn’t stain the mouth, teeth and lips, as straight shots of chlorophyll can. Try it sooner than later; your body will thank you!

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2 thoughts on “E3 Live: The Newest “Super Food” Might Not Just be a Fad

  1. I just purchased amazing grass superfood.Does this have alot of afa in it along with the others like spirulla and chlorella.Just wondering how much mgs are of each one.Thank you.

  2. Chlorophyll molecules are specifically arranged in and around photosystems that are embedded in the thylakoid membranes of chloroplasts. In these complexes, chlorophyll serves two primary functions. The function of the vast majority of chlorophyll (up to several hundred molecules per photosystem) is to absorb light and transfer that light energy by resonance energy transfer to a specific chlorophyll pair in the reaction center of the photosystems.

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