Essential Living Foods

Superfoods, they’re all the rage these days…but what exactly constitutes a superfood? 

Well, my handy-dandy iPhone let me know that it’s defined as: “a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being.” Thank You, Siri!!!

Essential Living Foods is a wellness company that works specifically in the field of these mysterious creatures known as “superfoods.” 

They sell a variety of superfood powders, supplements, snack mixes, power bars etc…

Take a look at this great haul:  

 
This haul gives you a good look into the full spectrum of what Essential Living Foods has to offer.

Goji Berries, Cacao Nibs, Brazil Nut & Honey Butter, Superfood Trail Mix, Enlighten Mix, two flavors of Decadence Quinoa Power Bars, and one of their very popular items, Organic Diet Support Powder. 

Read more about their famous Diet Support Powder here

For the quality of products offered, Essential Living places their items at very reasonable prices. 

Their foods are available at several brick and mortar franchises and various online retailers, but I believe it’s easier to ensure that you find everything you’re looking for by ordering through their online store (LINK ABOVE). 

Everything I ordered through Essential Living came fresh and undamaged, and was of the highest quality. 

I recommend using Essential Living Foods for all of your superfood needs. 

Which superfoods are you trying to incorporate into your diet?

Let me know in the comments below or connect with me on Instagram & Twitter @girlgonecrunchy

Stay Crunchy!

-m

*I received these products at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest review*

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4 thoughts on “Essential Living Foods

    1. I don’t support Graze…at all. Their products contain refined grains, gluten, white refined sugar, glucose syrup, fructose syrup, dextrose, sorbitol (an artificial sweetener), soy lecithin, margarine, modified food starch, and canola oil….and that’s not even an all inclusive list. They’re not organic, either. They may be low calorie and GMO free, but they’re not healthy by any means. Those are the type of companies that frustrate me the most, those that claim to me “healthy and natural,” but still have cheap, junky ingredients.

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