The World Health Organization implicates environmental toxins in 60-80 percent of cancers. Every day we are exposed to toxins including cancer-causing chemicals, preservatives, heavy metals, and other environmental pollutants. Don’t you think you owe it to yourself to reduce your exposure.Read More
Fiber is currently being studied for its heart protective effects. Northwestern University published a study in 2012 that highlighted the importance of making critical heart healthy lifestyle changes during our younger years.*Read More
But don’t take our word for it. Take a look at the stats below:
Daily breakfast eaters are…
» 34% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes
» 40% less likely to develop fat around the belly than those who don’tRead More
According to studies, the average American adult gains 1-2 pounds per year. This might not seem like much but, from year to year that could add up. Before you know it you’ve gained 15 to 20 lbs and are showing signs of weight related diseases like Type 2 Diabetes.
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Whether you’re a competitive athlete looking to fuel your success, or a health conscious person wanting optimal health for an energetic and vibrant future, this is for you.
Having regular meals is a good lifestyle habit, and there’s nothing better to provide energy for the day than to have a good breakfast. And as it turns out, eating breakfast in the morning can be good for your heart too!Read More
Leading health authorities agree that the key to preventing chronic disease and promoting health is a combination of weight management, physical activity, and a diet rich in the whole food nutrients found in whole grains, fruits & vegetables, and fish. But if its really that easy, then why is the incidence of chronic disease higher than ever before?!
Tips from NeoLife Challenge Coach Jessica Trautner
Some of us are lucky enough to have active jobs where we can move around. But the sad truth is that many of us sit at a desk for 8-10 hours a day with little activity and movement. Then we go straight home and sit at the table for dinner or relax on the couch reading or watching tv.
With so much going on in our daily lives it seems tough to squeeze in some exercise or cook a healthy dinner. Luckily we’ve got some tips to stay healthy during the workday!Read More
Are you tired of feeling tired? Do you run out of energy before the day is out? According to the National Institutes of Health, USA, approximately one in every five Americans claims to have fatigue that is severe enough to interfere with daily normal life.