3_factors_better_eatingGreat minds think alike. See for yourself with this recent article from Gallup, a leading research-based performance-management consulting company. They’ve recently released data revealing Three Hidden Factors Linked to Better Eating Habits and we couldn’t help but notice… NeoLife is the perfect compliment to all three!




Surround Yourself with supportive and health-conscious people.
Gallup-Sharecare research finds a strong relationship between healthy eating and three measures of social support: having someone who always encourages you to be healthy; having friends and family who give you positive energy every day; and having a relationship with a spouse, partner or close friend that is closer than ever. About two-thirds of U.S. adults who agree with these statements reported that they ate healthily the day prior to being interviewed. But among those who disagree with each of these statements, the share of U.S. adults who reported eating healthily dropped to about half.

Individuals can also take matters into their own hands. They can ask a friend to be an accountability partner or a spouse to provide encouragement as they pursue their healthy eating goals.

With NeoLife, you belong to a community of passionate people committed to being their best. You’ll be accepted and loved exactly as you are, but encouraged and empowered to harness your potential and live out your purpose. Incentives like the 3 for FREE program reward you for sharing good health with your friends. Plus, the Be Your Best Challenge is the perfect way to invite your friends to get healthy, be each other’s accountability buddies, and get personalized support from Challenge Coaches.

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Find the right career for you.*
Finding the right career for you — whether that is as a worker, student, volunteer, retiree or stay-at-home parent — can be a powerful motivator for good health.

U.S. adults who agree with three measures of purpose well-being — reaching most of their goals in the last 12 months, learning or doing something interesting every day, and having a leader who makes them enthusiastic about the future — are significantly more likely to report eating healthily “yesterday” than those who disagree with those measures.

It seems plausible that having a strong sense of purpose could give someone a compelling reason to want to eat healthily and live their best possible life. Discovering your “why” and keeping a reminder of it visible, such as on the refrigerator or on your desk at work, could give someone the extra push to sustain healthy eating habits.

We believe you were created with a special purpose to change the world in a way that no one else can. And don’t ever forget it! In the words of our CEO, Kendra Brassfield, “through NeoLife, we can work to make a living, but live to make a difference.”

Plus, where else can you launch a startup for the same amount of $ as taking a couple friends out to dinner? With a NeoLife Nutrition Startup, you own your own business on your own terms – work wherever you want, whenever you want and get rewarded for sharing good health.

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Get your finances in order.
Research has shown that long-term stress can cause a spike in stress hormones that lead people to overeat and choose foods higher in fat or sugar. Unfortunately, finances are one of the biggest stressors for many Americans. Gallup has found that a majority of Americans worry about financial issues, including having enough money to retire, to pay unexpected medical expenses and to maintain their standard of living.

Gallup-Sharecare research also finds that those who agree they have enough money to do everything they want to do are significantly more likely to report eating healthily “yesterday” than those who disagree.
Simply having a budget and long-term financial plan in place to pay off debt, save for retirement and meet other goals can reduce undue financial stress.

Almost two in three Americans don’t have enough savings to pay for a $500 car repair or a $1,000 emergency room bill. That breaks our heart. That’s why we do what we do. The NeoLife Startup Opportunity offers a solution to life’s most pressing needs and wants, no matter what stage you’re at. Whether you want to get out of debt, build a strong financial future for your family, or simply earn extra money for a quality education for your children, we want to show you the way. Plus, enjoy the quality of life available to those who’ve found meaning, purpose and belonging through their career. Travel the world while you change the world.

And a final thought…
With obesity, diabetes and depression rates at all-time highs, it is clear Americans need new strategies to improve their eating habits. Seeking out strong social support, identifying a strong purpose in life and reducing financial stress could help Americans make lasting changes that will reduce chronic illness and improve the well-being of people across the country.

We are on a mission to make the world a healthier and happier place. We are committed to end the trend of chronic disease that is literally destroying families around the world. Using superior quality whole food nutrition as our weapon of choice. Let’s do this!

For any entrepreneurs out there who have a passion for sharing good health… NeoLife is redefining the world of startups. Put simply, it’s like a tech start-up, but with nutrition. There are low barriers to entry because NeoLife provides the infrastructure that any successful business needs, as well as consumable products, and a compensation plan. So instead of having to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to get started, it makes entrepreneurship accessible to everyone. You can own your own NeoLife business and it can be passed down as an income-generating asset to future generations. For more information please visit NeoLife.com or call 800.432.5842. To learn how to build a foundation of good nutrition for you and your loved ones, visit ShareNeoLife.com.

*See Statement of Average Gross Compensation in your NeoLife Back Office Office.NeoLife.com > Tools > Business > Promoter Claims Guide