Whether you have seen the word ‘Omega-3’ at the grocery store or read about it in an article (such as this one!), this word may not be new to you. These fats are often referred to as PUFA’s and considered to be “good fats” with an array of health benefits and we are constantly reminded that they are good for our health. But what exactly are these fats and how do they contribute to our health?
Omega-3 is the word given to a whole family of essential fats or “fatty acids” which serve important roles in our body. The parent omega-3 is called alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). ALA is an essential fatty acid for humans meaning that we need to get it from our diet since we cannot make it in our bodies. If you can picture it, from the smallest level of a cell in our body, omega-3s are embedded in the cell membranes, outside and inside the cell, being particularly rich in the cells of our brain, eyes, and heart.1 These fats play a structural role in our membranes and are used to provide important signal substances that balance and regulate our immune system. This in turn helps to ensure that our bodies inflammatory response remains controlled.1,2 Simply said omega-3s are absolutely vital to the structure and working of our bodies.Read More
Did you know 90% of us don’t eat the recommended 5-13 servings of fruits and vegetables? Here’s a simple guide to pack more colorful nutrition into your day! Use this to build a side salad or as a main dish. Simply start at the base and work your way up to the dressing.
It seems that very often we are told about the importance of having fruits, vegetables, and whole grains in a balanced diet to obtain needed vitamin and minerals. With all the benefits of these foods, we forget that these foods also contain fiber which is an important part of our everyday diet. Fiber can help you in multiple ways. It can help you with controlling your weight by making you feel full for a longer time and it can also help you with digestion as it aids with the movement of food through your digestive system.1 Foods with higher fiber amounts may make you feel full longer as they are more satisfying.1 Consider what may make you feel full longer—drinking a glass of apple juice or eating an apple whole. A whole apple may make you full longer because of the fiber in the apple and in its skin. Also, with enough fluid, fiber can help glide food through your system more quickly, helping you with issues of constipation.1 Some types of fiber provide the benefits of lowering levels of blood sugar and blood glucose, which in turn, can lower your risk of getting diabetes or heart disease.2 Fiber is a powerhouse for providing benefits to your digestive and heart health and overall wellbeing.Read More
The foods and supplements we consume make up our diet. The diet is our body’s only source for raw materials it needs to perform its day-to-day functions. These cellular workings are complicated and continual. Fortunately, our cells perform their jobs automatically, without any forethought on our part. Our only responsibility to this intricate, dynamic system is to provide the high-quality nutrients the body needs to do a good job.Read More
The market for over-the-counter digestive aids is in the millions. While many of the common approaches to address digestive troubles may temporarily treat the symptoms, they don’t address the long-term cause of the problems. And as the symptoms reappear, people increase their consumption of digestive aids, leading to a longterm heavy use which can make the underlying problem worse. Here’s a look at the 6 most common problems with digestion and how NeoLife offers the solution.Read More
Nutriance Organic uses environmentally conscious and sustainable manufacturing processes. The Atlantic littoral seaweed belts are in ideal ecological conditions. The zone is distant from any source of chemical pollution and there are no industrial activities near the Molène Archipelago. These seaweeds don’t concentrate heavy metals, but they provide an abundance and diversity of vital nutrients such as trace minerals and skin protective phytonutrients such as carotenoids and polyphenols.
The word is out…Nutriance Organic represents a step into a new era of skin care for NeoLife. Use this press release to share the first-ever marine-based organic skin care line in the Direct Selling Industry.
Nutriance Organic is a scientifically formulated marine botanical based organic skin care line. Marine botanicals are sourced from a protected biosphere, the Molène Archipelago in Brittany, France, a region renowned for its exceptional wealth of seaweeds, and purity of seawater. The marine botanicals are complemented by other selected botanical extracts, waters and oils known for their gentle, protective and nourishing properties.Read More
We’ve searched the world over and found the most unique source for biocompatibility and perfect harmony with the skin through marine-based nutrients sourced from a protected biosphere, the Molène Archipelago in Brittany, France, renowned for its exceptional wealth of seaweeds, purity of seawater, and thalassotherapy centers.
Nutriance Organic helps you regain youth every single day! The Age-Defying Cell Activation System harnesses the synergistic properties of the Nutriance Organic line, in 3 simple steps designed to fight the causes of aging and skin damage. These products assist to revitalize stressed skin, reinforce natural defenses against aging & renew cells to visible restore skin’s youthful look. Let’s take a look at results you can sea.Read More
I joined NeoLife January 1978 when I was 26 years old, after reading about the company in a nutrition book and hunting it down. With a degree in Chemistry and trained to be a high school Chemistry teacher, I found the Chemistry of the body/Biochemistry fascinating! I knew this was an extra special company when it had helped me with situations that health food store supplements had not been able to help me with, over a 4 year period! Read More