Excellent Health Starts with You

Excellent Health Starts with You

Eat Healthy

The research is clear that the Standard American Diet, which is rich in fried foods, saturated fats and packaged foods contributes to the development and progression of chronic, degenerative diseases. In contrast, the Mediterranean Diet has consistently been shown to decrease the risk of chronic diseases and obesity in many studies over the last 50 years. This way of eating is rich in lean proteins such as fish and chicken, legumes and fresh fruits and vegetables. Learn more in Dr. Neustadt’s article, Food Matters.

 

 

 

Drink Water
Our bodies are about two-thirds water. So make sure you stay hydrated throughout the day.

 

Exercise

Most people spend way too much time sitting around. If tapping the keyboard at a desk job or scrolling through funny videos and pictures of cute animals on Facebook were considered exercise, we’d all be in phenomenal shape. Not exercsing increases the risk of depression, cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and many more diseases. And it also increases your risk of dying early. To understanding the exercise myth that keeps many people from exercising, and how you can start taking positive, easy actions today to improve your health, read Dr. Neustadt’s article, Your Body was Built to Move.

 

Sleep
Restorative sleep is important for overall health. While people may require different amounts of sleep to feel their best, most adults require 7-8 hours a night.

Keep learning
Knowledge helps you be empowered so you can make the best possible choices for your health and to advocate more effectively for yourself and your loved ones.

 Take high quality supplements

NBI’s products have helped people in more than 15 countries achieve their health goals. Our innovative formulas are based on independent clinical trials and basic research. So when we say how specific nutrients in our formulas work, that’s not our opinion, that’s what independent studies show. As a family owned company started by a practicing clinician, NBI only creates products Dr. Neustadt would feel comfortable giving to his family and recommending other healthcare providers use in their practices. It’s a standard of excellence that exceeds industry standards. That’s the NBI difference and our promise to you.

 

Stay involved
Try to stay involved (or get involved) with your community. People who do so tend to age better.

Take high quality supplements

NBI’s products have helped people in more than 15 countries achieve their health goals. Our innovative formulas are based on independent clinical trials and basic research. So when we say how specific nutrients in our formulas work, that’s not our opinion, that’s what independent studies show. As a family owned company started by a practicing clinician, NBI only creates products Dr. Neustadt would feel comfortable giving to his family and recommending other healthcare providers use in their practices. It’s a standard of excellence that exceeds industry standards. That’s the NBI difference and our promise to you.

Eat Healthy

The research is clear that the Standard American Diet, which is rich in fried foods, saturated fats and packaged foods contributes to the development and progression of chronic, degenerative diseases. In contrast, the Mediterranean Diet has consistently been shown to decrease the risk of chronic diseases and obesity in many studies over the last 50 years. This way of eating is rich in lean proteins such as fish and chicken, legumes and fresh fruits and vegetables. Learn more in Dr. Neustadt’s article, Food Matters.

Drink Water

Our bodies are about two-thirds water. So make sure you stay hydrated throughout the day.

Exercise

Most people spend way too much time sitting around. If tapping the keyboard at a desk job or scrolling through funny videos and pictures of cute animals on Facebook were considered exercise, we’d all be in phenomenal shape. Not exercsing increases the risk of depression, cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, and many more diseases. And it also increases your risk of dying early. To understanding the exercise myth that keeps many people from exercising, and how you can start taking positive, easy actions today to improve your health, read Dr. Neustadt’s article, Your Body was Built to Move.

 

Sleep

Restorative sleep is important for overall health. While people may require different amounts of sleep to feel their best, most adults require 7-8 hours a night.

Keep learning

Knowledge helps you be empowered so you can make the best possible choices for your health and to advocate more effectively for yourself and your loved ones.

Stay involved

Try to stay involved (or get involved) with your community. People who do so tend to age better.

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