“Why Can’t you just settle for a ‘C’ like the rest of us?” one student asked another in one of my daughter’s college classes. A “C” proclaims, “I am no better than average. I have made no effort to excel.”
At the beginning of term, the Professor of my daughter’s Paleontology class lays out the requirements for “A” work, “B” work, etc. To earn the “A”, a certain amount of work and discipline are required. This begins at the start of the class and must be sustained to the end.
It is the same with our bodies. Excellent health doesn’t come by accident. There are certain requirements we must meet; things to accoplish, things to avoid. It is not enough to add whole foods to a diet loaded with man-altered fats, refined sugars, and artificial ingredients. You probably already know that. “A” level health requires we consume a diet of whole foods that are nutrient dense, easily digested, and readily absorbed. Nutrient dense foods come from healthy soils or aquatic environments that have an abundance of necessary minerals.
But if we aren’t managing our soils for optimal mineral content, we are not producing “A” level foods. If you aren’t eating “A” level foods, your body won’t have “A” level health.
Wild-crafted, premium grade Aphanizomenon flos-aqua (a.k.a. Super Blue Green Algae®) grows abundantly in the mineral rich, pristine waters of Upper Klamath Lake in southern Oregon. It is a food that provides a full complement of the nutrients the body needs. Its amino acid profile is a close match to that of human breast milk. It can give your body the extra nutrition points needed to provide you with the “A” you want.