Visibly Younger Looking Eyes in 30 minutes

Visibly Younger Looking Eyes in 30 minutes

Visibly Younger Looking Eyes in 30 minutes Organically. NeoLife Nutriance introduces Organic Insta-Lift Eye Gel. Its triple acting formula brightens tired eyes, reduces dark circles, reduces puffiness, and improves elasticity and tone to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The unique combination of marine botanicals and phytonutrients and polyphenols work in synergy to provide maximum benefits – you won’t believe your eyes.

INSTA-LIFT EYE GEL Reduce Wrinkles up to 40% in just 30 Minutes! Brightens, De-Puffs & Reduces Crow’s Feet for Visibly Younger Looking Eyes. Insta-Lift Eye Gel brightens tired eyes while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Recommended for all skin types

■ non-GMO organic ingredients.

■ pH 5.3

■ Clinically Tested

■ Paraben Free

■ 100% Vegan

■ No Animal Testing

■ Non-Comedogenic

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Use morning and if needed at night, apply a small amount to the contour of the eyes.

Key Active Ingredients:

• Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) water is the base of the formulation, used to soothe and decongest the skin.

• Chlorella vulgaris extract works together with Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) seed and Jania rubens (red seaweed) extracts to boost microcirculation and energize the eye area, helping to reduce dark circles and ease away puffiness and eye bags. – Chlorella vulgaris extract, a microscopic green seaweed rich in amino acids and peptides – Horse Chestnut (Aesculus hippocastanum) seed extract rich in polyphenols and minerals – Jania rubens extract, a red seaweed rich in minerals and trace elements with skin protective, moisturizing and brightening properties

• Wrinkle-fighting and hydrating ingredients: – Beech bud extract from the Beech tree (Fagus sylvatica), is packed with polyphenols and amino acids. Beech buds stimulate active cell renewal in the delicate skin area of the eyes. – Alteromonas extract, a marine polysaccharides extract from the plankton of the Iroise Sea, enhances hyaluronic acid production to help fight the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes. – Fucus vesiculosus, a brown seaweed with beta-glucans for skin hydration.

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Macular Degeneration can Carotenoids Help

Macular Degeneration can Carotenoids Help

Macular Degeneration can Carotenoids Help? Studies of Carotenoid Complex™ proved that the product is highly bioavailable, reduces oxidation damage to cells by 44% and protects LDL cholesterol in the blood from oxidizing. These findings are important because oxidation contributes to aging, the decline of the immune system, and chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and degenerative diseases of the eyes and nervous system.  (References)

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NeoLife Carotenoid Complex™ offers an ideal profile of all the carotenoids important for human health. They pioneered supplementation in this area by first developing the testing which made it possible to identify which carotenoids were found in different foods and in the human body. One must be able to identify a compound’s presence in foods if one wishes to make an extract of the substance from the food. This testing revealed vast differences in the quantity of carotenoids in different foods depending upon how they were grown and the variety of plant involved. For example, some spinach had 100 times more lutein than other spinach. GNLD NeoLife chose the richest and purest sources of different carotenoid families to produce a supplement with an ideal profile of carotenoids.

Encapsulation of carotenoids proved to be a particularly complex task. Carotenoids function as protectors against free radical oxygen which is abundantly present in the air we breathe. The GNLD NeoLife scientists developed a technology called the NutriMax process to protect the purity and potency of the carotenoids in foods. The technology involves preparing raw ingredients at low temperatures to prevent nutrient loss and encapsulation in an oxygen-free environment to prevent destruction of the carotenoids. The product was protected by British patent number 2,274,235 in 1996.

Carotenoid Complex™ has antioxidant power of 250 pounds of raw vegetables and fruits which it's made from. Not available in stores.
Antioxidant power of 250 pounds of raw non-GMO vegetables and fruits. Not available in stores.

The next stage in the development of the carotenoid product was testing to see if the supplement was capable of being absorbed and elevating blood levels of carotenoids. The successful conclusion of this study was presented in a poster or highlighted study before the New York Academy of Sciences. United States Depart of Agriculture researchers were present at this meeting and requested samples of the Carotenoid Complex™ to study. Independent research by the USDA revealed the potent beneficial effects of GNLD Neolife Carotenoid Complex™. A study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 1997 reported that Carotenoid Complex™ could boost overall immune function 37% in 20 days. In addition natural killer cells increased in number by 20% in 20 days. Natural killer cells are one of the arms of the body’s immune system which protects us from cancer. USDA researchers also found that Carotenoid Complex™ prevented oxidation of cholesterol in the body and reduced oxidative damage to cells.

The real power of Carotenoid Complex™ was revealed when compared to supplements of Vitamin E and Vitamin C. One Carotenoid Complex™ capsule had the Total Antioxidant Potential (TAP) of 800 IUs of vitamin E or 400 mg of vitamin C. One bottle of Carotenoid Complex™ will deliver the carotenoid power of consuming 250 or more pounds of raw fruits and vegetables since the body only absorbs 5-10% of the carotenoids in raw foods. Another advantage is that the carotenoids are provided in a form which is separated from the sugars which are abundant in many of the fruit sources of carotenoids.

Many years ago Professor Richard W. Young, Ph.D., professor emeritus at UCLA and a member of the Jules Stein Eye Institute, wrote me the following in a personal communication, “lutein and zeaxanthin are found in relatively large amounts (in the human retina), concentrated in the yellow spot (macula lutea) directly in the center of the retina, where visual acuity is greatest. This is precisely the region of degeneration and visual loss in AMD (age-related macular degeneration). The xanthophylls appear to have the triple function of (1) absorbing violet/blue light before it can damage the visual cells and retinal pigment epithelium (the cells which deteriorate in AMD), (2) acting as retinal antioxidants, and (3) being situated in just the right place for protection against AMD—front and center in the retina.”

Xanthophylls are the only carotenoids found in the eye lens and macula. Zeaxanthin is found in maize and lutein in corn. Leafy green vegetables such as spinach are also very good sources of these carotenoids. Unfortunately, some of the best sources of the xanthophylls are foods like kale and collards which are rarely consumed by most individuals.

Carotenoid Complex eye health
Eye Health

Supplementation with lutein and zeaxanthin has been shown to increase blood levels of the nutrients and also to increase macular pigment optical density where it is not optimal.

One study of healthy women under 75 years of age found that stable intake of lutein plus zeaxanthin was associated with substantially lower odds (about a 40% reduced risk) of developing age-related macular degeneration.

A separate study of 398 women 52-74 years of age found that dietary intake of foods rich in carotenoids reduced the risk of “pigmentary abnormalities” of the eye in a dose related manner– the higher the intake of carotenoid rich and vitamin E rich foods the lower the risk to the eyes. For some reason, in this study intake of foods high in alpha and beta-carotene was more closely associated with reduced risk than was the intake of lutein and zeaxanthin.

References: Jacques PF, The Potential Preventive Effects of Vitamins for Cataract and Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Int J Vitam Nutr Res, 1999;69(3):198- 205. Schalch, Wolfgang, Carotenoids in the Retina – A Review of Their Possible Role in Preventing or Limiting Damage Caused by Light and Oxygen, Free Radicals and Ageing, Birkhauser Verlag Basel, Switzerland, 1992;280-298. Connolly EE, Nolan JM, et al, Augmentation of macular pigment following supplementation with all three macular carotenoids: an exploratory study, Curr Eye Res, 2010; 35(4): 335-51. Moeller SM, Parekh N, et al, Associations between intermediate age-related macular degeneration and lutein and zeaxanthin in the Carotenoids in Age-related Eye Disease Study (CAREDS): ancillary study of the Women’s Health Initiative, Arch Opthalmol, 2006; 124(8): 1151-1162. Morris MS, Jacques PF, et al, Intake of zinc and antioxidant micronutrients and early age-related maculopathy lesions, Ophthalmic Epidemiol, 2007; 14(5): 288-98.

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Vitamin A Has Role in Hearing and Ear Infections

Vitamin A Has Role in Hearing and Ear Infections. Vitamin A’s role in hearing has been investigated by Richard A. Chole, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of California at Davis. Dr. Chole wanted to see what would happen to the inner ear of animals deprived of vitamin A. The inner ear, or cochlea, is a spiral cavity shaped like a small snail shell. It is filled with fluid and sensory nerves that transmit sound to the brain.

In the first part of his study, Dr. Chole found that after four weeks without vitamin A, baby rats developed bony overgrowths of the cochlea. After 12 weeks this bony growth had caused a generalized narrowing of nerve and blood passageways in the inner ear—changes that could impair hearing (Otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat, neck, head), July-August, 1978).

These findings help explain the beneficial effects of vitamin A supplementation on hearing. For example, M. Joseph Lobel, M.D., a New York City physician, reported dramatic improvement in hearing among patients given vitamin A alone or in conjunction with vitamin B complex. Results in 300 patients on whom this therapy was used indicated an average gain of hearing in the left ear of 18.9% and in the right ear of 17.3%. Two hundred and forty nine patients showed very definite gains in hearing of conversational tones (Archives of Otolarynogoly, vol. 53, 1951).

Dr. Chole also found evidence that vitamin A is necessary for the normal function of the middle ear. Without it, middle ear infections (otitis media) may develop. Dr Chole says, “Under normal conditions mucus in the ear automatically traps dirt and bacteria and flushes it down the eustachian tube into the throat, where it is swallowed. This is how the ear cleans itself. In an A deficiency, not enough mucus is produced, and it doesn’t get to the right places.”

In experiments with rats, Dr. Chole found that depriving them of vitamin A resulted in the breakdown of the epithelium—the moist protective layer of cells which lines the middle ear. It became scaly, stopped producing mucus, and lost its ability to flush the ear clean. The result was an ear infection (Western Journal of Medicine, vol. 133, 4, 1980).

In many cases of middle ear infection the physician inserts tubes into the ears to assist drainage. Middle ear infections are the body’s way of telling us that we need more vitamin A not tubes. Supplemental A helps restore the normal health and function of the middle ear the natural way. As long as sufficient amounts of vitamin A are obtained, the middle ear will keep itself clear and eliminate the pain and expense of infections.

For many years the American public has been bombarded with scare tactics about taking too much vitamin A. Consequently, much of our nation is deficient, as indicated by the national surveys, and by the prodigious amount of cancer, skin problems, ear infections, etc. For the few isolated problems that have occurred with sensitive people, a campaign of hysteria against this all-important nutrient has been promoted, making those who are desperately in need of larger amounts shy away from the very thought of it. There are actually very few cases of A poisoning on record, and such cases are easily remedied, just by stopping intake.

The RDA for A is 4,000 or 5,000 IU per day, depending on sex and age. Is this enough? RDA’s are based on nutritional studies establishing the absolute minimums necessary to keep one alive. They have nothing to do with optimum levels needed for vibrant good health. Cancer researchers such as the late Dr. Harold Manner of Loyola University have giver more than one million units of vitamin a per day to cancer patients, with beneficial results and no side effects. They found it necessary, however, to use the water miscible form of vitamin A in order to prevent toxicity. Vitamin-A 10,000 IU ‘Water Miscible’ Faster More Efficient Absorption Than ‘Water Soluble’.

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Sinus Decongestion and Free Comfortable Breathing

Sinus Decongestion and Free Comfortable Breathing

Sinus Decongestion and Free Comfortable Breathing. Breathing can be challenging at times but that can be eased with the right herbs. Though some are not knowledgeable  about these, NeoLife has pulled from historic and modern scientific research. To be safe, effective and simple we have formulated a fantastic GMO-free tablet to bring you comfort .

Ten herbs of standardized potency are here to provide you sinus decongestion and free comfortable breathing. Helps clear your sinuses and soothe distressed tissue for free, comfortable breathing. Comprehensive formula contains a proprietary blend of ingredients which provide the broad, synergistic effects of the herbal constituents to support a healthy respiratory tract.

NeoLife’s Resp-X natural herbal blend is a unique formulation containing the finest ingredients for the purpose of maximizing co-related benefits for upper respiratory tract wellness. Includes horseradish root to support normal airflow in the sinuses and lungs. Hyssop and thyme promote clear, open airways.

Sinus Decongestion and Free Comfortable Breathing
Eases sinus congestion and upper respiratory function

Why Choose Herbs To Support Respiration?

Because herbs have been proven effective from centuries of use. Because herbs have a long history of safe use, without the side effects associated with chemical drugs. Because herbs are nature’s solutions to wellness challenges. Because herbs are non-habit-forming. Because herbs work naturally and gently to support normal respiratory function. Because herbs have been shown to restore the body’s balance and help the body perform at its vital best. Because herbs have been shown to help relieve mild respiratory complaints and help fight mild respiratory infections.

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Vitamin A How Much is Too Much

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Vitamin A How Much is Too Much. Way back in 1955 an extensive survey by the USDA revealed that only 60 percent of Americans were eating a good diet, and that vitamin A was chief among the nutrients which were lacking. In 1965 they conducted another survey, and this time the percentage of people who were found to have good diets actually decreased to 50 per cent. Vitamin A deficiency was discovered to be rampant in every age group. And so it has gone in study after study down through the years.

Vitamins A deficiency symptoms

What do the following health problems have in common? Ear infections, teenage acne, poor night vision, colitis, asthma, hearing loss, bladder infections, diarrhea, bronchitis, stomach ulcers, colds, flu, and strep throat.

The common thread that runs through them all is a deficiency of vitamin A. That is not to say that everyone who is deficient in A will develop all these symptoms. But a lifetime of vitamin A neglect sets the stage for these disorders, and our own individual body chemistry determines which ones will threaten us.

Vitamin A and hearing

Vitamin A’s role in hearing has been investigated by Richard A. Chole, M.D., Ph.D., of the University of California at Davis. Dr. Chole wanted to see what would happen to the inner ear of animals deprived of vitamin A. The inner ear, or cochlea, is a spiral cavity shaped like a small snail shell. It is filled with fluid and sensory nerves that transmit sound to the brain.

In the first part of his study, Dr. Chole found that after four weeks without vitamin A, baby rats developed bony overgrowths of the cochlea. After 12 weeks this bony growth had caused a generalized narrowing of nerve and blood passageways in the inner ear—changes that could impair hearing (Otolaryngology (ear, nose, throat, neck, head), July-August, 1978).

These findings help explain the beneficial effects of vitamin A supplementation on hearing. For example, M. Joseph Lobel, M.D., a New York City physician, reported dramatic improvement in hearing among patients given vitamin A alone or in conjunction with vitamin B complex. Results in 300 patients on whom this therapy was used indicated an average gain of hearing in the left ear of 18.9% and in the right ear of 17.3%. Two hundred and forty nine patients showed very definite gains in hearing of conversational tones (Archives of Otolarynogoly, vol. 53, 1951).

Vitamin A Water Miscible, best digested and non-toxic
Vitamin A Water Miscible, best digested and non-toxic

Vitamin A and ear infections

Dr. Chole also found evidence that vitamin A is necessary for the normal function of the middle ear. Without it, middle ear infections (otitis media) may develop. Dr Chole says, “Under normal conditions mucus in the ear automatically traps dirt and bacteria and flushes it down the eustachian tube into the throat, where it is swallowed. This is how the ear cleans itself. In an A deficiency, not enough mucus is produced, and it doesn’t get to the right places.”

In experiments with rats, Dr. Chole found that depriving them of vitamin A resulted in the breakdown of the epithelium—the moist protective layer of cells which lines the middle ear. It became scaly, stopped producing mucus, and lost its ability to flush the ear clean. The result was an ear infection (Western Journal of Medicine, vol. 133, 4, 1980).

In many cases of middle ear infection the physician inserts tubes into the ears to assist drainage. Middle ear infections are the body’s way of telling us that we need more vitamin A not tubes. Supplemental A helps restore the normal health and function of the middle ear the natural way. As long as sufficient amounts of vitamin A are obtained, the middle ear will keep itself clear and eliminate the pain and expense of infections.

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Vitamin A and the eyes

“If the lights go out for a child when dusk approaches, it’s quite possible he’s suffering from severe vitamin A deficiency,” says Myron Winick, M.D. “The primary effect of an A deficiency is damage to the patient’s eyes, with problems ranging from night blindness in some cases to irreversible corneal scarring in others” (Modern Medicine, July 15, 1978).

Vitamin A and cancer

Have you ever wondered why cancer has reached epidemic proportions as a cause of death among older persons? Why so many people today suffer from chronic illnesses which grow progressively worse with the passing years? When you take these questions and compare them with the facts that nearly half of us are deficient in even the minimum recommended amount of vitamin A, and that generous amounts are required to protect us against cancer and other long-term degenerative diseases, the true picture begins to emerge.

Typical of many studies on the role of A and cancer is the work done by Dr. Umberto Saffiotti, of the National Cancer Institute. He found that hamsters subjected to a known carcinogen found in smoke were protected against malignant tumor developments. In November of 1968, Dr. Saffiotti told a symposium on the Metabolic Functions of Vitamin A held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that of 60 vitamin treated animals, only 5 developed tumors, and 4 of these were non-cancerous. Pre-cancerous cell changes were reduced by 20-fold. Of 53 non-vitamin protected animals, 16 developed lung cancer. Further experiments found that vitamin A also inhibited cancer development in the upper stomach, the gastrointestinal tract and the uterine cervix.

Vitamin A and the lungs

Dr. Max Odens, of London, did a long-term clinical trial in which patients suffering from chronic bronchitis were given daily doses of vitamin A, along with their usual therapy. Fifteen years later, Dr. Odens reported in the German medical publication Vitalstoffe (December 1967) that all 17 patients which he treated showed considerable improvement, in spite of the unfavorable English climate, and all of them were still alive, including the oldest, age 79 tears. “Even in the severe winter of 1953 when there was continuous dense fog and thousands of elderly people suffering from chronic bronchitis died, my patients continued to respond to treatment and were not unduly affected.”

Dr. Odens explanation for this dramatic therapeutic effect of vitamin A explains not only why vitamin A is effective in alleviating chronic bronchitis but also why it is effective in increasing resistance against a host of other ailments. Possibly the single most important effect of vitamin A on these epithelial cells is to aid them in producing mucus, which keeps them moist and repels bacteria and other invaders. When vitamin A is low, cells tend to become dry, weak, and inflamed or keratinized, as it is called. In view of what is now known about the action of vitamin A to protect epithelial tissue, taking extra vitamin A makes a lot of sense.

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Vitamin A and the immune system

Our ability to resist invading germs and viruses is to a large extent influenced by our nutrition. The role of vitamin A has clearly been established as a primary factor in bolstering resistance in many experiments through the years. One such study was conducted by the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. Two researchers in the Allergy and Infectious Diseases branch set out to test vitamin A’s protective value against three very nasty microorganisms.

In the first phase of their study, Drs. Benjamin Cohen and Ronald Elin injected several groups of mice with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, the causative agent in a wide variety of disabling human diseases, including pneumonia and meningitis. Before challenging the mice with these deadly bacteria, however, they gave some of the animals 3,000 international units of vitamin A each day for four days prior to infection. The rest of the animals served as controls, receiving a placebo.

The results, reported in the May, 1974 issue of the Journal of Infectious Diseases, were dramatic. Four different strengths of infectious bacteria had been injected into the various mice, but at every level more than twice as many vitamin A-treated animals were still alive three days later when the raging infection had run its course.

Apparently vitamin A does its heroic resistance work by stimulating the body’s own immune defenses to do their thing. Drs. Cohen and Elin speculate that the nutrient may enhance the natural action of macrophages, large scavenger-like cells produced by the body. Macrophages speed to sites of infection and inflammation and literally gobble up invading organisms.

Vitamin A and teenage acne

Acne is so common among teenagers that adolescents usually resign themselves to it as one of the unpleasant but necessary facts of life. What is acne? The sebaceous glands of the skin secrete an oil called sebum which lubricates the skin. In teenage acne the follicle which empties onto the surface becomes plugged. The sebum secretion continues, causing swelling and irritation. A papule, or small pimple results. If the pimple contains pus it is called a pustule. Sometimes even a cyst forms. In a typical acne case, this process is repeated hundreds of times on the face and neck.

In desperation, teenagers have resorted to a myriad of over-the-counter lotions. Doctors have tried X-ray, cortisone, and antibiotics such as tetracycline, without much success. But in spite of all the fads, the tried and true old-time remedies are still effective.

The best old-time acne therapy employs vitamin A. Fifty years ago Jon Straumfjord, M.D., of Astoria, Oregon, reported a study in which oral doses were used to treat 100 acne patients. He gave each of his patients 100,000 IU of A from halibut liver oil daily. He wrote in the August, 1943 issue of Northwest Medicine that 36 of 100 patients became entirely free from acne while under treatment and 43 more became free except for an occasional acne papule or pustule. In most cases, the responses occurred in less than 9 months.

When A is not enough, dermatologists are finding that vitamin E and zinc can lend a helping hand. Dr. Samuel Ayres Jr. M.D. who maintains a dermatology practice in Los Angeles warns people against taking unnecessarily high doses of A, but he believes that some individuals with chronic skin disease may need large doses. “Some individuals may need 10 times more of a certain vitamin than other people. Or a person’s requirement may be 100 times greater.” Dr. Ayres has his acne patients taking an average daily dose of 100,000 IU of A and 800 IU of vitamin E daily. “We’ve had very good results with this treatment,” says Dr. Ayres (Archives of Dermatology, December, 1972).

Measles

Measles is a major cause of childhood morbidity and mortality. An A deficiency is a recognized risk factor for severe measles infections. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends administration of an oral dose of A (200,000 (IU), or 100,000 IU in infants) each day for two days to children with measles when they live in areas where A deficiency may be present.

How much is too much?

For many years the American public has been bombarded with scare tactics about taking too much vitamin A. Consequently, much of our nation is deficient, as indicated by the national surveys, and by the prodigious amount of cancer, skin problems, ear infections, etc. For the few isolated problems that have occurred with sensitive people, a campaign of hysteria against this all-important nutrient has been promoted, making those who are desperately in need of larger amounts shy away from the very thought of it. There are actually very few cases of A poisoning on record, and such cases are easily remedied, just by stopping intake.

The RDA for A is 4,000 or 5,000 IU per day, depending on sex and age. Is this enough? RDA’s are based on nutritional studies establishing the absolute minimums necessary to keep one alive. They have nothing to do with optimum levels needed for vibrant good health. Cancer researchers such as the late Dr. Harold Manner of Loyola University have giver more than one million units of vitamin a per day to cancer patients, with beneficial results and no side effects. They found it necessary, however, to use the water miscible (water soluble) form of vitamin A in order to prevent toxicity.

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Resveratrol and Insulin Sensitivity

Resveratrol and Insulin Sensitivity

Resveratrol and Insulin Sensitivity. The latest scientific findings on the power of resveratrol are adding another significant benefit to the already impressive health resume it boasts. In a study of 388 participants, net changes in glycemic measures were used to determine dose effects of resveratrol. The conclusion of the study was that resveratrol significantly improves glucose control and insulin sensitivity in persons with diabetes.

Analysis says that daily intake of resveratrol may improve glucose and insulin sensitivity in people with diabetes.
A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition set out to quantitatively evaluate the effects of resveratrol on glucose control and insulin sensitivity.

Our Resveratrol (from grape skin extract standardized to 40% total polyphenols which has gained popularity because of its powerful health benefits. Resveratrol can be found in red wine and other antioxidant rich berries, and is even linked to the ‘French Paradox’ whereby the high-fat diet of the French has not led to a high incidence of heart disease and obesity because of a high level of wine consumption.

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Tré Juices of Pomegranate, Acai, Green Tea,
Blueberries, Bilberry, Cranberry, Black Currant,

The latest findings on the power of resveratrol are adding another significant benefit to the already impressive health resume it boasts. In a study of 388 participants, net changes in glycemic measures were used to determine dose effects of resveratrol. The conclusion of the study was that resveratrol significantly improves glucose control and insulin sensitivity in persons with diabetes.

This is good news given the prevalence of Diabetes and the estimations by the American Diabetes Association saying that as many as 1 in 3 American adults will have diabetes in 2050 if the present trends continue.

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Smoothie Fun for Christmas and New Years

Smoothie Fun for Christmas and New Years

Smoothie Fun for Christmas and New Years! Even though our shakes are some of the most delicious healthy meals on the planet simply mixed with water, a fun feature of NeoLifeShake is that it can be blended with other wholesome ingredients to tantalize your taste buds any time of day. Blend up these recipes to get your creative juices flowing and find a few favorites of your own. Each recipe yields one serving.

Berry Blast
Calories per serving: 210
For all you berry lovers out there, this berry-onberry-on-berry treat is one that is hard to beat!
This recipe is packed with antioxidants plus all
the high quality protein and healthy goodness
you get from the NeoLifeShake.
2 scoops Berries n’ Cream NeoLifeShake
1/4 cup (60 mL) fresh raspberries
1/4 cup (60 mL) fresh blueberries
1/4 cup (60 mL) fresh strawberries
½ cup (120 mL) ice cubes
8 oz (240 mL) water

Grandma’s Apple Pie
Calories per serving: 341
No one can make it better than grandma but
we come pretty close with this carefully crafted
blend of deliciousness.
2 scoops Creamy Vanilla NeoLifeShake
Dash of cinnamon
1/2 cup (60 mL) fresh cut apple (peeled)
1/4 cup (120 mL) raw oatmeal
½ cup (240 mL) ice cubes
8 oz (240 mL) water

Banana Bread Calories per serving: 295
If you are a banana bread kind of guy or girl
you’re going to love this! Fresh bananas and a
hint of spice give it all the goodness with none
of the guilt.
2 scoops Creamy Vanilla NeoLifeShake
1/2 medium banana
5 raw walnut halves
Dash of nutmeg
½ cup (120 mL) ice cubes
4 oz (120 mL) almond milk, unsweetened
4 oz (120 mL) water

Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe
Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe

Chocolate Peanut
Butter
Calories per serving: 290
Let the worries of the day melt away when
you dive into this decadent glass of chocolate.
Warning: has been rumored to increase
success rates when used as a dating tool for
men.
2 scoops Rich Chocolate NeoLifeShake
1 tablespoon (15 mL) roasted, unsalted peanuts
1 tablespoon (15 mL) natural peanut butter
½ cup (120 mL) ice cubes
8 oz (240 mL) of water

Popeye’s Passion
Calories per serving: 313
We bet Popeye the Sailor would have
gone cray-cray for this lean, green,
smoothie routine. Spinach and a few
other unconventional additions pair
up surprisingly perfect.
2 scoops Creamy Vanilla NeoLifeShake
1 cup (240 mL) raw spinach
1 cup (240 mL) raw kale
2 oz (60 mL) apple juice, unsweetened
¼ cup (60 mL) of fresh avocado
½ cup (120 mL) ice cubes
6 oz (180 mL) water

Smoothie Fun Shake Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Shake Recipe Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Samoa Smoothie
2 scoops Rich Chocolate NeoLifeShake
1/4 cup low-fat cottage cheese
1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut
6 ice cubes
8 oz water

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Each shake serving without anything added:
· GMO-free ingredients
· Gluten free & no artificial anything!
· 18g protein, 5g fiber, 25 vitamins & minerals
· Only 140 calories
· Glycemic Response Control Technology: to help maximize fat burning and minimize fat storage*
· Delicious, nutritious and great for the whole family

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The Many Faces of Protein and Energy

Protein and Energy

Protein and Energy for Christmas. Indulge in NeoLifeShake with a festive taste of fall! You and your family can enjoy a protein-packed shake that delivers all the taste without the guilt! Get in the holiday spirit and try this three festive recipes, today!

PUMPKIN PIE

Blend all ingredients for a healthy taste of Pumpkin Pie!

2 scoops Creamy Vanilla NeoLifeShake
½ cup organic pumpkin puree
¼ tsp. ground cinnamon
pinch ground nutmeg
8 oz. unsweetened almond milk
½ cup ice
Yield: 1 serving

EGG NOG

Blend all ingredients for a delicious Egg Nog-like taste!

2 scoops Creamy Vanilla NeoLifeShake
5 raw almonds
8 oz. soy milk
½ tsp. ground cinnamon
½ cup ice
Yield: 1 serving

GINGERBREAD

Blend all ingredients for a healthy taste of Gingerbread!

2 scoops Rich Chocolate NeoLifeShake
pinch ground ginger
8 oz. water
¼ tsp. nutmeg
½ cup ice
1 tablespoon
almond butter
Yield: 1 serving

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Protein and Energy
The Many Faces of Protein and Energy

ENERGY

Glycemic Edge carbohydrates

That provide lasting energy and encourage your body to stay in fat-burning mode.*

CLINICALLY

Proven

For weight loss & body fat reduction, body size reduction, BMI (body mass index) reduction, and “cardio-protective” benefits.*

GLYCEMIC RESPONSE CONTROL

technology

To help minimize fat storage and promote fat burning.*

FIBER

Proprietary blend

From whole food sources to promote satiety, normal digestion, and heart health.*

BIOLOGICALLY

Complete

With all 22 amino acids. Including the 9 essential ones.

PROTEIN

Proprietary blend

Scientifically advanced protein blend from soy, milk, caseinates, and whey for superior amino acid profile.*

Key Benefits

  • 18g of lean protein essential for cellular nutrition and energy, with 5g of fiber
  • Glycemic Response Control Technology helps minimize fat storage and promote fat burning*
  • Includes muscle-retaining branched chain amino acid Leucine*
  • Promotes Gut-Brain Satiety Signaling*

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Winter Wellness Super Fruits to the Rescue

Be Berry Healthy this Winter with dark berry Polyphenols, Flavonoids, antioxidants.

Winter Wellness Super Fruits Berries to the Rescue this Winter with TRÉ’s blend of dark berries containing Polyphenols, Flavonoids, anthocyanins and other antioxidants. Elderberry, Blueberry, Bilberry, Acai berry, Pomegranate, Cranberry, Green Tea, Resveratrol, Alpha-Lipoic Acid, etc. Science has shown that a special group of nutrients called polyphenols, drawn from an equally special group of foods referred to as Super Fruits, plays a wide range of critical roles in supporting and maintaining optimal health, longevity, and cognitive capacity throughout life. This research tells us that when these antioxidants are absent from or deficient in our diets, aging processes are accelerated and disease risk is higher. Conversely, when they are abundant in the diet, aging is slowed and disease risk is lowered.

Not just juice, Tré is a bioactive nutritional essence—a pure concentrated package for all year long. Nature’s most potent, health-enhancing ingredients: Pomegranate, Acai berry, Green Tea, blueberry, elderberry, bilberry, cranberry, black currant, and red and white grapes. This unique blend is further enhanced with two powerful, scientifically validated anti-aging antioxidants: resveratrol and alpha-lipoic acid.
■ Tré provides nutrients that support the body’s natural ability to fight the evil twins of aging and disease: inflammation and oxidation. plus boost immune function against colds and flu. Winter Wellness Super Fruits to the Rescue!

Winter Wellness Super Fruits Berries to the Rescue
Tré Juices of Pomegranate, Acai, Green Tea, Blueberry, Elderberry,
Bilberry, Cranberry, Black currant, and red and white grapes

Elderberry: Colds, Flu, Cystitis/Urinary Tract/Bladder Infections, Allergy Relief, Digestive Health.

Blueberry: Several studies link high flavonoid levels in blueberries with a better memory, and regular consumption may help keep your brain functioning well as you age, new research suggests. One study found that women with the highest intake of berries appeared to have a delay in cognitive aging by a whopping 2.5 years. Blueberries are also rich in manganese, which plays an important role in your metabolism, which can help keep you slim and energized.

Cranberries: They may prevent urinary-tract infections, and might help fight a far scarier disease: ovarian cancer. According to a new Rutgers University study, cranberries can boost the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs used to fight ovarian cancer (at least in laboratory culture dishes) and may slow the growth of some cancer cells. Another study found that people who drink a glass of unsweetened cranberry juice each day raise their HDL, or good cholesterol, by 10%.

Acai berry: Anthocyanins have been observed to engage in anticarcinogenic activities, although the exact mechanisms are unknown. Laboratory studies using a variety of cancer cells have indicated that anthocyanins: act as antioxidants, activate detoxifying enzymes, prevent cancer cell proliferation, induce cancer cell death, have anti-inflammatory effects, inhibit some of the beginning of the formation of tumors, prevent cancer cell invasion.

Winter Wellness Super Fruits Berries to the Rescue
Tré Juices of Pomegranate, Acai berry, Green Tea, Blueberry, Elderberry, Bilberry, Cranberry, Black currant, and red and white grapes

Pomegranate: Pomegranate juice contains higher levels of antioxidants than most other fruit juices. It also has three times more antioxidants than red wine and green tea. The antioxidants in pomegranate juice can help remove free radicals, protect cells from damage, and reduce inflammation.

Bilberry: has been used for medicinal purposes for conditions ranging from eye conditions to diabetes. Bilberry is often touted as a remedy for eye conditions such as glaucoma, cataracts, dry eyes, age-related macular degeneration, and retinitis pigmentosa.

A recent study in the journal Circulation suggests that sprinkling just a few more blueberries in your yogurt or blending strawberries into your morning smoothie may help reduce heart attack risk.

Just one ounce of delicious Tré daily will help with all four seasons. Can be added to NeoLife Shake Protein drink or other foods.

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Drinkable nutrition never tasted SO good Tre Nutritional Essence is: POTENT AND UNIQUE combination of the purest extracts of Pomegranate, Acai Berry and Green Tea, along with NeoLife’s proprietary Inflox Berry Blend, enhanced with resveratrol and alpha-lipoic acid, and sweetened naturally with the nectar of the Agave cactus.

NOT JUST JUICE

• Health Enhancing Tré Super Fruit Blend:
• Pomegranate
• Acai Berry
• Green Tea
• Proprietary Blend – blueberry, elderberry, bilberry, cranberry, black currant, and red and white grapes.
• Resveratrol
• Alpha-lipoic Acid
• Naturally Sweetened with Agave Cactus

Tre Pomegarante Jiuce Power, Acai, Green Tea, Blue Berries
Tre Pomegarante Jiuce Power, Acai, Green Tea, Blue Berries

20x THE PUNICALAGINS OF FRESH POMEGRANATE JUICE!

5-10x THE RESVERATROL OF FINE RED WINE!

6x THE ALPHA-LIPOIC ACID OF FRESH SPINACH!

7x THE ANTIOXIDANT POWER OF RIPE RED TOMATOES!

POWERFUL
With standardized amounts of active ingredients such as punicalagins in Pomegranate and polyphenols in Green Tea.
DELICIOUS AND CONCENTRATED
From the first sip, you will experience its refreshing taste and
invigorating potency.
HEALTHY AND SMART
Tré is a revitalizing essence with a low glycemic impact.

Bioactive Nutritional Essence Tré is a unique combination of nature’s most health-enhancing ingredients, blended with powerful anti-aging antioxidants to bring you a pure essence of nature. Experience the refreshing invigorating potency of of pure nature!

These Powerful Nutrients Support :

• Vibrant Health
• Antioxidant Protection
• Heart Health
• Sharp Mind
• Cognitive Well Being
• Boosted Blood Flow
• Anti-Aging
• Prostate Health
• Breast Health

Disease Prevention and Anti-Aging Science
When polyphenols are absent or deficient in our diets, aging
processes are accelerated and disease risk is higher. When
abundant in the diet, aging is slowed and disease is lowered.

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