1 September 2015

That often heard expression “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” actually comes with some fast facts attached.

Not only are apples a significant source of integral nutrients—packed with fiber, B vitamins, vitamin C, iron and potassium—they’re a natural source of energy too.

Apples have carbs, used to fuel our bodies. Because they’re high in fiber (about 5 grams for a medium-sized apple), sugar is absorbed slowly, helping provide you with a steady—and largely necessary—stream of energy.

Here’s something else: New Earth’s Project: Mazama liquid shot includes natural apple sweetener in its list of beneficial ingredients. That way, you know you’re receiving the most natural energy available to you. You’re getting it directly from the earth.

18 August 2015

Here’s some good news happening in our own backyard (literally!): Klamath Falls has been chosen to lead the entire state of Oregon in a new health initiative.

The Blue Zones Project is a community well-being improvement initiative designed to make healthy choices easier through permanent changes to environment, policy, and social networks. It’s based on studies of communities around the world where residents have regularly lived beyond the age of 100.

The thinking behind a Blue Zone is to make healthy choices easier to make in five areas: purpose, social, financial, community and physical. And at New Earth, being healthy is at the forefront of all we do; we regularly help increase the health and wealth well being in our own community and beyond. In that respect, we like to consider ourselves ahead of the curve.

To learn more about this exciting development HERE and HERE

26 June 2015


We could all do with a little less stress in our lives. When it comes to regular exercise and the wear-and-tear we tend to put our bodies through, we could stand to use a natural boost. Did you know New Earth’s Rebound allows for cardiovascular and joint support? Its plant-based proteolytic enzymes and wild microalgae help break down excess fibrin in your circulatory system and connective tissue. This means an influx of nutrients and oxygen-rich blood.

Fast facts:
-Proteolytic enzymes help break down fibrin, which hold cells together when clotting. Removing fibrin helps support blood flow.
-Enzymes build, maintain and repair every single cell in the body.
-Enzymes can help break down rogue proteins in your bloodstream.

So don’t sweat the small stuff. Learn more and try it.

15 May 2015

For many who work a 9-5 schedule in an office, it’s the end goal: working from home. And why shouldn’t it be? Working from home means a long string of advantages, things like your setting own hours, deciding what it is you’re worth, even choosing not to set an alarm in the morning.

That said, while many will say working from home is worth it, it’s not always easy. The biggest obstacle to overcome is largely the same: motivation.

There are ways to combat the days you’re feeling sluggish, however. If you’re having a hard time, here are some easy things to keep in mind. Setting manageable goals for yourself (daily and weekly) works wonders. So does creating and following a schedule, actually getting dressed for work and even switching up your cozy home for a coffeehouse now and again.

And if you’re a New Earth Associate who works from home (or are aspiring to be one), the company offers plenty of options to help you along the way.

Their regular Boot Camp calls are in place to help motivate you in the right direction. There’s a step-by-step business plan in place for those sharing New Earth’s products. The company has a wealth of training videos to learn from. There’s even an online office that includes all the business and marketing tools you’ll ever need to start and continue properly down the path you create.

For Associates in need of more business tips: http://newearthbootcamp.com/

For those interested in signing up with New Earth: http://teamnewearth.com/www/Opportunity

5 May 2015

Superfoods are called “super” for very good reasons: the foods are rich in nutrients and especially beneficial for our health and wellbeing. Sometimes referred to as “nutrient powerhouses,” you can expect superfoods to have a wide array of antioxidants, polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals contained in them. The long and short of it is, adding more of these to your daily lifestyle reap huge healthy returns.

Some of the top recognized superfoods—along with their benefits—include:

Mushrooms: contain zinc, fiber, selenium, potassium, and phytochemicals
Algae: very high in vegetable protein and easily-absorbed nutrients
Kale: high in fiber, vitamins A & C, calcium and rich in antioxidants
Turmeric: enhances mood; contains curcumin, which may increase seratonin
Coconut Oil: contains triglycerides to help boost metabolism
Apples: fiber and polyphenols help decrease “bad” cholesterol
Chia seeds: a single ounce = nearly 5 grams of protein; great source of fiber
Ginger: relieves nausea, aids in digestion
Fennel: rich in vitamin C and potassium, which fights high blood pressure
Green Tea: polyphenols increase metabolism; regulates glucose levels
Blueberries: anti-aging effects; low in calories and high in fiber
Garlic: rich in antioxidants, helping combat the common cold
Avocados: great source of monunsaturated fats (or the “good” fat) and energy
Vinegar: benefits digestion; high in acetic acid, increasing calcium absorption

At New Earth, we’re proud to say we feature over half of these top superfoods in the products we create and promote. To learn more about New Earth’s products—and the superfoods we use in them—visit Why Science Matters and http://teamnewearth.com/www/Products.