Are you tired of being sick and tired? The CDC estimates that each year in the United States, 20% of the population gets the flu, and more than 200,000 Americans are hospitalized from seasonal flu-related complications. So many people make a mad dash to the drugstore every day to combat a cold, but why wait to act until it’s too late?Read More
How many times have you heard someone say, “I’m doing a detox” or “I need to detox my body?” Especially over the past few years, the word detox appears to have become a hip buzzword, or something you’re supposed to do, because it’s cool.
With so many different detoxes out there, trying to keep up with half the trend seems more tiring than practically doing something about it! So if you’re not sure where to even begin with this word, or what it means–we get it!Read More
Do you consider yourself either an Athlete or an Active Person? If the answer is YES to either of these, then boy do we have something great in store for you! There’s a new SPORT in town—NeoLife SPORT.
Every year people spend tons of money in hopes of getting stronger, and more fit — however, the only proper way to approach sports performance is with superior whole food nutrition that not only feeds your body what it needs during your workout, but also works as hard as your workout.Read More
With summer time fun in motion, and the kids out of school for vacation, keeping them healthy, happy and productive can be a lot of work! And let’s face it, raising kids and juggling life is no easy thing.
According to the USDA, children ages 4-18 need between 1 to 2 cups of fruit and 1 to 3 cups of vegetables daily. The good news is that the latest health survey shows kids are eating more fruits and vegetables, but the bad news is neither of those requirements is being met!Read More
Are you tired of being tired, or feel like you’re constantly having an energy crisis? Do you struggle to get out of bed, or feel constantly drained? If so, you’re far from alone! Research by market analysts concluded that one in three of us admit we’re permanently worn out from just trying to keep up with modern life. In fact, so many of us feel tired all the time that doctors have even created an acronym—TATT (Tired all the Time) to jot down in their notes for when patients talk about being constantly tired!Read More
Attention MEN…with statistics like these, we know you have needs!
Did you know?
-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
Brain feeling foggy, or find yourself forgetting things lately? We’ve all had days when we feel like we’re not functioning at our best. The good news is that there are simple steps you can take to optimize your mental performance.Read More
Warning to the men reading this—you may not want to know, but it’s great to be educated about women, so let’s get REAL!
By nature, there are some issues that primarily affect women that men never have to deal with—menstruation and PMS, pregnancy, lactation, postpartum depression and menopause, just to name a few! In addition, ladies need to be aware of their risks of osteoporosis because women are four times more likely than men to develop osteoporosis. Research from the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) shows that about half of women will break a bone due to osteoporosis, and the number of fractures in women is greater than the number of heart attacks, strokes, and cases of breast cancer combined!Read More
According to the CDC, every 13 seconds, a poison control center in the United States gets a call about a possible poisoning; and more than 90% of these occurrences happens within the home. Sadly, cleaning products are amongst one of the leading causes of poisoning in both adults and young children–with many chemicals in the home being potentially poisonous, and causing long-term health effects.Read More
The latest statistics show that diabetes affects nearly 350 million people worldwide, with 90% of them having type 2 diabetes! In the US itself, the number of people with type 2 diabetes is 29 million, not to mention the pre-diabetes statistic which is a staggering 86 million! It’s clear that this disease doesn’t discriminate…or does it?Read More
Sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, foggy brain–if you are one of the nearly 20% of all Americans affected by seasonal challenges, then you are no stranger to this list of unpleasant symptoms. The great news is that relief may be on the horizon with targeted nutrition to kick seasonal challenges to the curb!Read More
Just because you have a big heart doesn’t guarantee that it’s a healthy one. The American Heart Association reports that:Read More
Breaking news on sugar in our diets! The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends limiting the amount of added sugars in our diets to no more than 10% of daily calories – equal to about 12 teaspoons of sugar a day. According to a new report, Americans get about 13% of daily calories from added sugars and teens get closer to 17% – both well over the recommended amount! Yikes!Read More
Do you suffer from snack attacks? You know… where you get super hungry and grab the first thing in sight and then full on attack it. According to the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), snacking in the American diet has become a full on eating event or a fourth meal, averaging almost 600 calories each day! Snack attacks have long been one of the major downfalls of dieters because it’s often difficult to satisfy cravings while still being healthy.
Let’s get straight to it… The evidence is clear that being overweight or obese may lead to health challenges with life-threatening implications including increased risk of heart disease, diabetes, hypertension & stroke1.Read More