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10-18-2016

Two brains are better than one

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Hippocrates once said, “All disease begins in the gut.”

It’s no secret that your gut health is important. Often called the second brain, your gut plays a powerful role in your overall well being.

One of the key players in your digestive tract is intestinal flora. These symbiotic bacteria occur naturally in the intestine and help maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract. You see, the bacteria in your body outnumber your cells 10-1. With that in mind, it’s safe to say that your body is a full functioning ecosystem, and your health is dependent on your ability to maintain this ecosystem.

Let’s be honest, the typical American diet today is loaded with over processed convenience foods. Eating these processed foods destroy the good bacteria living in your gut and create a major imbalance in your ecosystem.

Luckily, New Earth’s Spectrabiotic can help! Twelve different strains of premium probiotics and Wild Microalgae™ are combined to provide nourishment for the good bacteria in your gut and promote the health of your internal ecosystem.

Learn more about Spectriboic HERE.

How to live to be 100+

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You’ve heard about New Earth’s Blue Zones Project certification and our commitment to be a health conscious company that enables everyone connected to aspire towards their full potential.

“We take pride in being in Klamath Falls and being good stewards of the environment,” CEO Bilal Ruknuddeen told the audience. “I am proud that we are focused on the wellness of this community, too.”

Find out how Blue Zones got it’s start and how to live to be 100+ HERE.

Sesame green beans

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Eating healthy on a budget can be challenging. Fortunately there are tons of easy to make, inexpensive, and delicious options that are healthy. Check out this one from Raw Foods on a Budget.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.