Super-sized portions are everywhere – at restaurants, schools and in the grocery store aisles. This trend has certainly distorted the way most Americans view “normal” portions and contributed to the obesity epidemic (over two-thirds of the adult population in the U.S. is overweight or obese. scary, right?).
So whether your goal is to lose weight or simply to maintain, it’s important to control portion size and the calories you consume. In a recent study, researchers found a simple way to do just that.Read More
Chief Product Officer, Anjana Srivastava, explains why NeoLifeBar is unique and unlike any other protein bar and launches a brand new flavor addition – Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter! But don’t watch this if you take offense to a little trickery, hidden camera footage, and lots of laughs.
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Imagine the awesome moment going on behind the scenes for the photographer of this photo. Being in that moment, senses heightened, the crisp smell of lush forest, your body enveloped in the warmth of the sun, and the gaze of your eyes beholding the majesty of the landscape as it’s beauty takes your breath away.
But now can you imagine that same experience minus the ability to see what’s around you? Probably a much less impressive picture. The sad truth is that 3.4 million (3%) Americans aged 40 and older are either blind or visually impaired. And an estimated 19 million children below age 15 are visually impaired. Read More
As far as we know, the fountain of youth is still yet to be discovered, but we’re pretty sure that what you’ll hear on this call is the next best thing.
But don’t chalk us up as one of the gazillions of anti-aging fads claiming to have found the ‘secret’ to making you look like a teenager minus the acne. Sure, we all want to look youthful and vibrant on the outside but what about the rest of what makes us who we are? What about your mind? Your long-term physical health? We’ve got the latest scoop on all things anti-aging!Read More
Indulge in NeoLifeShake with a festive taste of fall! You and your family can enjoy a protein-packed shake that delivers all the taste without the guilt! Get in the holiday spirit and try this three festive recipes, today!Read More
Osteoporosis and low bone mass are a major health issue for more than 50 million Americans. By 2020, half of all Americans over 50 years are projected to be at risk of osteoporosis-related fractures. Large percentages of Americans fail to meet the recommendations for optimal calcium, magnesium, and vitamin D intake. Emerging science shows that we need more than just calcium to optimize bone health. Learn why calcium, magnesium and vitamin D are required to be strong to the bone!Read More
In the competitive workplace of today, college students all over the country are feeling the pressure to excel. Many resort to consuming large quanities of popular energy drinks, many of which may have dangerously high levels of questionable ingredients.
We put NeoLifeTea to the test in a recent survey conducted at Auburn University, where these hard working students tried our tea and told us what they thought. Here is a report of our findings, unfiltered and unbiased— the results may surprise you.Read More
New meta-analysis says that daily intake of resveratrol may improve glucose and insulin sensitivity in people with diabetes.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition set out to quantitatively evaluate the effects of resveratrol on glucose control and insulin sensitivity.
Resveratrol is a polyphenol that has gained popularity because of its powerful health benefits. Resveratrol can be found in red wine and other antioxidant rich berries, and is even linked to the ‘French Paradox’ whereby the high-fat diet of the French has not led to a high incidence of heart disease and obesity because of a high level of wine consumption.Read More
To reduce your chances of developing type 2 diabetes (T2D) incorporate both aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities into your routine! Aerobic exercise is physical activity that increases your breathing and heart rate- like power walking, jogging and swimming. Try resistance training and yoga as muscle-strengthening and conditioning activities to work your muscles.
A recent Harvard School of Public Health study found that muscle strengthening and conditioning activities are associated with a lower risk of T2D. The Harvard study followed nearly 100,000 women over eight years, and found that women who did more than 150 minutes a week of muscle strengthening or conditioning activity had a 40% lower risk of developing T2D than women who did no muscle work. In addition, women who did at least 150 minutes a week of aerobic exercise and 60 minutes a week of muscle-strengthening were a third as likely to develop T2D as inactive women.Read More