Nucleic Acid Rich Algae Rejuvenates and Slows Down Aging
Nucleotides are an overlooked and forgotten dietary element that are intimately tied to slowing down the aging process.
Abundantly found in sardines, yeast flakes, and broken cell wall chlorella, nucleotides are the building blocks for deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA).
DNA is the substance that contains the secret of life itself, whereas RNA is the messenger that carries these secrets to every single one of our cells.
DNA and RNA are both nucleic acids found in the nuclei of every living cell. They are credited with helping our bodies repair themselves, creating new tissue, maintaining a strong immune system, and conducting many other important functions.
That’s probably why they’re so highly concentrated in breast milk—and why they are now routinely added to infant formula. But we adults need them, too!
Many years ago physician and biochemist Dr. Benjamin Frank wrote “The No-Aging Diet” which featured foods high in nucleic acids with dramatic case histories of patients who demonstrated younger looking skin and increased energy in as little as two months.
Today we know what nucleotides do for the body.
They have demonstrated the following:
- Help neutralize toxins
- Strengthen our immune system
- Enhance the effects of antioxidants
- Increase our ability to heal
- Rev up cellular metabolism and production of cellular energy
- Keep our skin supple and moist
- Help restore hair growth and reverse the graying process
As you can see, nucleotides as well as raw foods are not only crucial for detox, but also for reversing the aging process.
For many of us raw foods are a lot easier to come by than palatable foods rich in nucleotides—unless you are crazy about sardines and yeast flakes.
I’ve discovered a clean and pure nucleotides-rich food from a very unique source—a form of blue-green algae officially known as Aphanizomenon flos-aquae (AFA) harvested from Upper Klamath Lake in southern Oregon, the only place in the world where large quantities of algae are available in the wild.
Mindful of reports that algae often harbors lethal doses of mercury, I reviewed product assays and made sure that no mercury was detected.
I have been recommending E3Live for over 15 years. I am happy to recommend it as a safe, organic food with no additives or pesticides, but with more than 64 vitamins and naturally chelated minerals that are 97% bioavailable to the body.
These algae are also an exceptional source of omega-3 fatty acids, carotenoids (antioxidants), and purifying chlorophyll.
They contain phenylethylamine (PEA), an ingredient known as the “molecule of love,” a potent mood-enhancer that combats depression, improves mental focus, and boosts energy.
E3Live also contains phycocyanin, which makes the algae blue and is a powerful anti-inflammatory element.
But this product’s most unusual claim to fame is the polysaccharide it contains that stimulates the migration of “natural killer cells,” those elements of your immune system that help kill off cancer and cells infected with viruses.
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For vegetarians or vegans looking for a primary protein source, take 2 tablespoons a day or more. If you’re just looking for a living source of nucleotides, I recommend 1 or 1½ teaspoons a day.