It’s About Time, and Protein

surfer_guyBuild Muscle, Lose Fat
Consuming high-quality protein at every meal is a really important part of successful weight management and is key to retaining or building muscle. High-quality protein is defined as being highly digestible and containing all essential amino acids in the proper ratio for human nutrition. The accepted standard for rating protein quality is the Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score (PDCAAS). The higher the PDCAAS, the higher the quality of the protein. NeoLifeShake has among the highest PDCAAS values on the market showing it to be a very high-quality protein source.Read More

Quality of Exercise + Diet = Results

girl_cycleQuality of Exercise + Diet = Results

Arciero, a member of the advisory board of the American Heart Association and a fellow of both the American College of Sports Medicine and the Obesity Society, conducted a study (published by The Journal of Applied Physiology) of 57 individuals between the ages of 35 and 57 who could clearly be described as out of shape.

In conducting this 16-week trial, Arciero randomly divided participants into 3 groups. Each group consumed 60 grams of protein daily, but exercised differently:Read More

Weight Loss: How this Mom dropped 25 pounds in 90 days

samantha_senseney90-Day Challenge Winner
Samantha Senseney 
Lost 25 lbs. using Breakfast Pack

What was your motivation for joining the 90-Day Challenge?

I was motivated to do the 90-Day Challenge because I really wanted to be the best version of myself, for me. I knew joining the Challenge would help me push myself to achieve my desired goals because I’m an extremely competitive person and I just kept telling myself that it was a competition and that I wanted it the most.Read More

Resistance Training Followed by Quality Protein Drink Helps Control Your Hunger!

By: Dr. Diane E. Clayton, Ph.D.

Whether you’re an elite athlete, a keen sportsperson, or you’re just trying to manage or lose weight, building and retaining muscle is always a good thing. It’s well known that protein consumption after resistance type exercise helps build muscle, but the effect that this has on subsequent appetite was unknown. In a study conducted by scientists working in the U.K. the effect of calorie equal carbohydrate-only and protein-only drinks on post-exercise appetite were compared.1Read More

Corinne Dignum

90-Day Fitness Challenge Winner
Corinne Dignum

1. What was your motivation for joining the 90-Day Challenge?
I first learned about NeoLife through a Neighbor who had invited my mother to a Shake Party and made me come for support. I was then motivated by NeoLife to look at myself and see where I could improve in my health to be my best. Now that my kids are getting older, I started to notice I was gaining weight around my mid section and I want to take better care of myself. I also wanted to engage my NeoLife business so by experiencing the Challenge first hand, I could tell others about it and motivate them to do the same.Read More

Chris Drops 120 Pounds and Wins Big

90-Day Weight Loss Challenge Winner
Chris Lott
Lost 120 lbs. in 10 months

1. What was your motivation for joining the 90-Day Challenge?
I use to wake up and still feel just as tired as I did before I went too sleep. Small physical activities drained me to the point that I lost interest in leaving the house because of the amount of effort it took. I knew I didn’t want to live the rest of my life this way so I joined the Challenge to take control of my health. I had struggled with my weight since I was in middle school. Along the way I have tried several different weight loss plans but little to no success. I wanted to prove to myself that I could set a goal and accomplish it.Read More