Impact Spotlight: Nurses of NeoLife

nurse_barbaraHealth Professionals around the world made the decision to partner with us on our shared mission of making the world a healthier and happier place. We recently sat down with Emerald Director and Director of Nursing, Barbara Chichester, R.N. to discuss what attracted her to NeoLife, how she overcame her fear and how after 26 years in this business she is even more committed to ending the trend of sickness.Read More

Food Derived Carotenoids Protect Against Lung Cancer

fruits_veggies2by SAB Director, John Miller

It is well known that carotenoids promote the body’s ability to defend against essentially all forms of cancer. You can find compelling evidence in the form of strong references that support that throughout peer-reviewed scientific/medical literature. A new study published by researchers from Montreal University in the journal Frontiers in Oncology reinforces that point by showing that combinations of dietary carotenoids derived from food provide a 25-35% protective factor against lung cancer.Read More

What is NeoLife?

farmerNeoLife is a nutrition company that manufactures and sells superior quality whole food nutrition products, with a mission to make the world a healthier and happier place. NeoLife has been in business for 60 years, since 1958, and operating in over 50 countries around the world.Read More

NeoLife Powered Ballerina Performs Across Europe

Deborah Meis
Professional Ballerina
Ballet Magnificat! Company

Deborah Meis recently returned from an incredible 6 ½ week European tour with her professional ballet company, where they performed 24 times in 19 cities across Italy, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Serbia, and Austria.

Physically and mentally Deborah felt great thanks to Pro Vitality, NeoLifeShake, and Vitamin C. “My body stayed strong and I had so much energy,” says Meis.Read More

When Was The Last Time You Slept Like A Baby?

sleptbabyThe National Sleep Foundation recommends getting seven to nine hours of restful sleep a night. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has revealed that “persons experiencing sleep insufficiency are also more likely to suffer from chronic diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, depression, and obesity, as well as from cancer, increased mortality, and reduced quality of life and productivity”.Read More