Shandell Thompson

90-Day Weight Loss Challenge Winner
Shandell Thompson
Lost 55 lbs.

1. What was your motivation for joining the 90-Day Challenge?
I joined the Challenge because I was truly ready to take care of myself and my health! I had been overweight since I was 20 and I had tried anything that claims you don’t have to change your eating habits or exercise. Yea, they would drop me 10 lbs. but then I would just gain it back plus 10 more. I wanted a healthier and happier future with my family and knew that I needed to make a change!Read More

Stephanie McCabe

Ladies Weight Loss Winner 
Stephanie McCabe
Lost over 20 lbs.

1. What was your motivation for joining the 90-Day Challenge?
As a mom of 5 kids who are between the ages of 9 and 1 years old, I’ve struggled to lose the post baby weight and was constantly on the go and struggled to eat clean. My family and I are committed to many daily activities which makes it tough to find time to workout. I entered the Challenge weighing the most I have ever weighed. I finally came to the realization that I needed to take action for myself to reverse this unhealthy lifestyle.Read More

Allan Blain

Men’s Fitness Winner 
Allan Blain

1. What was your motivation for joining the 90-Day Challenge?
To lose fat, gain lean muscle mass, and increase my overall fitness, while looking better, feeling better and inspiring others to do the same.

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Sharon Watchorn

Ladies’ Weight Loss Winner
Sharon Watchorn
Lost 60lbs!

1. What was your motivation for joining the Challenge?
My first motivation was to improve my health. I had been a larger sized girl for too many years. My second would be that my mentor, Belinda May was such a big part of my day to day to get me through some of my many tough days in the beginning. Read More

Kent Wilson

Men’s Weight Loss Winner
Kent Wilson
Lost 50lbs!

1. What was your motivation for joining the Challenge?
I travel a lot for my work. Travel, less sleep, high stress all increase as I near end of quarter. It used to cause significant weight gain as I’d give up on doing what helped lose weight. If I went up 5lbs. I would give up. I joined the Challenge for additional accountability to continue doing the things I was doing to result in losing weight for greater health and energy!Read More

Eat Up! Why Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of Day

mother_kitchenTurns out the popular phrase, ‘breakfast is the most important meal of the day’ isn’t a myth after all. So eat up, your day depends on it!

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

Slim Down Secret

girl_shakeAccording 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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Suzy Hume

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2014 Weight Loss Challenge Champion
LOST OVER 60LBS!

Suzy slowly put on weight until she no longer felt like herself. Her self-esteem was low and her body ached so she prayed for a solution. She was just moments away from having gastric bypass surgery. By the grace of God, her good friend and upline convinced her to try NeoLife. Read More

Tracy Burns

tracy_burns12014 Weight Loss Challenge Champion
LOST OVER 65 LBS!

Tracy hit the bottom, his weight took over his life. As his weight went up, Tracy’s health went down. Tracy’s mobility was so restricted that his wife, Jackie had to help him out of bed, bathe him, and take him to and from work until going on disability leave.Read More