16 October 2014

MUSHROOMS IN THE NEWS

Did you know mushrooms are high in vitamin D and rich in beta-glucans, which can actually help modulate and strengthen the immune system? Not only is it true, but timely, too: we’re about to enter cold and flu season, after all.

Health.com posted a recent article—5 Surprising Facts About Mushrooms—and we urge you to give it a look. Don’t be surprised if you end up learning something you didn’t already know before.

http://news.health.com/2014/09/24/5-surprising-facts-about-mushrooms/

Mushrooms are integral to us at New Earth. Interested in giving our nutrient-rich products a try? Visit us at http://oldsite.newearth.com/products/about-mushrooms/ to learn more.

2 October 2014

TAKE A TRIP WITH US

We’d like to share some very special parts of Oregon with you. Welcome to a virtual eco-tour that allows you to visit the beautiful lakes and landscapes we depend on and enjoy as a company. It’s like taking a field-trip without ever leaving your home.

The Deepest Lake in the United States

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Pictured here, Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the United States and actually holds the world record for water purity. Surrounded by volcanic geology, this pure body of water begins life for the underground water system from Upper Klamath Lake all the way to the Pacific Ocean, its final destination.

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At 30 miles long and 8 miles wide, Upper Klamath Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the state of Oregon. Acting as more of a river than a traditional lake, it is fed by eight major tributaries and dozens of smaller ones, plus a multitude of underground streams. This means Klamath Lake is in perpetual motion—an astounding 650 billion gallons of water moves methodically through the lake on a regular basis!

The Mighty Williamson River

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The Williamson and Sprague Rivers are the two largest water sources flowing into Klamath Lake. The Sprague flows into the Williamson and then on to Klamath Lake.

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Halgelstein Park (pictured) is home to one of the fish spawning springs that leads into Upper Klamath Lake.

Klamath Lake’s Red Rock
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When Mt. Mazama erupted approximately 7,700 years ago, its ash spread over eight states and into Canada. The Pacific Northwest has benefited from the minerals and nutrients the ash spread across the land. You’ll notice the red rock near Klamath Lake (pictured here), its color like so on account of oxidized iron.

What are Mare’s Eggs?
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Seen here, Mare’s Eggs are an endangered cold water algae that look a little like water balloons.

22 September 2014

As a company dedicated to helping you and those you share New Earth with live healthier, more rewarding lives, we take every possible precaution we can when selecting the ingredients we use for our products. Each individual batch of organic microalgae is tested and re-tested for quality, safety, and purity by multiple internal and external labs before it ever reaches you or your customers.

We are 100% committed to quality and safety in every single thing we do.

In fact, by creating and maintaining a GMP-registered manufacturing facility that exceeds even the very highest standards in the nutritional supplements industry, New Earth has earned the certifications of Kosher, Halal, Paleo, and USDA-organic.

You may rest assured that we have maintained this brand of excellence for over 30 years and will continue to boldly go in the same direction. If you’d like to know more, please visit us here:

http://www.teamnewearth.com/www/Products-Quality-and-Purity

12 September 2014

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As we ease into fall and the many colored changes in the leaves, we in the Pacific Northwest find ourselves part of an altogether unique phenomenon as well: wild mushroom hunting season. Don’t have time to forage through the forest for mushrooms but want the nutrition that comes with them? No problem! New Earth and Wild Essentials have you covered.

You can’t find our proprietary blend in the grocery store. In fact, in order to locate every single one of our mushrooms, you’d have to first know which ones to harvest, as well as having the hiking capabilities, tools, supplies, gear, and even time off from work to discover them. We’d like to save you some time. Allow us to bring Earth’s First Foods directly to your table.

Mushrooms are, in fact, the most powerful foods on earth. We have created an even more powerful organic mushroom blend; we bring these revered botanicals into a single wild combination—Wild Forest—blending reishi, maitake, cordyceps, black wild trumpet and Poria cocas together. Taken on a regular basis will not only afford you a healthy immune system, it’ll allow for a more energetic life as well!

For more on this powerful proprietary blend and to make Wild Forest a part of your regular lives—and not just during mushroom hunting season—visit http://oldsite.newearth.com/downloads/Forest.pdf

2 September 2014

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently suggested high schools push back their start times. Their reasoning: teenagers need more sleep. Studies show that when a teen hasn’t had enough sleep, poor health, bad grades, and even car crashes are all possibilities.

At New Earth, we can’t control how many hours of sleep you or your teenager get. But, as school starts this week for hundreds of thousands of students all across the country, we can certainly help out with that “poor health” part of the equation.

Whether your child is in kindergarten or college—or any grade in between—when they use New Earth products, they are destined to succeed. Here are our top six ways your students can benefit with New Earth:

– Increased energy
– Greater ability to focus
– Increased immune system support (less sick days!)
– Healthy, sustainable snacks throughout the day
– Lunches packed with protein
– Boosted sports performance
Maybe you have some benefits you have already noticed this year. If so, we want to hear about them. Here’s to a fantastic and healthy school year!