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.
Stress is a part of everyday life. However, studies have found that long-term chronic stress may contribute to accelerated cellular aging and premature aging of our organs and appearance. Scary, huh?Read More
The popular phrase “listen to your gut” can apply to much more than intuition. Our gut health is actually connected to functions in the body like our immune and nervous systems, hormones, mood, weight, brain, energy, and heart. It decides which nutrients are absorbed and what toxins are eliminated. Read More
– Heart Disease and Cancer are the two leading causes of death for men in the US.
– 31.6% of men over the age of 20 have hypertension (high blood pressure).
– 34.6% of men over the age of 20 are obese.Read More
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.
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