Pocatello’s New Life Nutrition Lounge provides healthy alternative to


POCATELLO — Brownie batter. Fruity pebbles. Banana cream pie. For those who love sweet flavors but also want to watch the scale, New Life Nutrition Lounge has healthy shakes and clean energy drinks that’ll curb the cravings while also providing nutrients and health benefits, says Amy Meyers, who co-owns the business with her husband, Eric.

The Meyerses, who opened up their health lounge at 624 E. Benton St. back in January and who also own Idaho Nutrition Now on 160 E. Griffith St., wanted to bring another location to the area where people could get the best of both worlds.

“I just kind of loved the idea of creating a space where people could come in and … get a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner,” said Amy, who also owned a coffee shop in Fort Collins, Colorado, for about four years. “Everything that we have has health benefits and I just loved the idea of having a positive place where people could get healthy products and drinks.”

While the lounge and Idaho Nutrition Now do have slightly different menu options, Amy said that everything the two businesses serve uses Herbalife products, which is a nutrition company that’s been around for about 40 years.

One of the Meyerses’ popular products includes meal replacement shakes, which come in dozens of flavors ranging from cherry almond oatmeal to orange creamsicle to peppermint mocha, with each shake about 200 calories each.

“All of our shakes that look like dessert, they taste like dessert,” Amy said. “But they’re all 24 grams of protein, about 200 calories, and they have all your essential vitamins and nutrients for a nutritious meal so you’re actually getting a full meal. And they taste so good and they’re really good for you.”

Eric further explained that the shakes provide a good alternative for those who crave cold treats but are trying to eat healthier.

“I’m an ice cream junky and so being able to switch over … to make a shake that’s just the equivalent that’s not all sugar and fat and all that stuff is awesome,” Eric said. “I love my shakes.”

Also on the menu are their clean energy drinks, which Amy explained are loaded with vitamins and help with mental clarity and focus while also helping customers avoid the dreaded jitters or mental crash one might get from sugar-loaded energy drinks.

“We have quite a few students who notice a difference in their tests and their homework after using (the clean energy drinks),” she said.

In addition to meal replacement shakes, they have a fitness line of pre-workout and post-workout drinks, as well as teas that Amy says will…



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Pocatello’s New Life Nutrition Lounge provides healthy alternative to


POCATELLO — Brownie batter. Fruity pebbles. Banana cream pie. For those who love sweet flavors but also want to watch the scale, New Life Nutrition Lounge has healthy shakes and clean energy drinks that’ll curb the cravings while also providing nutrients and health benefits, says Amy Meyers, who co-owns the business with her husband, Eric.

The Meyerses, who opened up their health lounge at 624 E. Benton St. back in January and who also own Idaho Nutrition Now on 160 E. Griffith St., wanted to bring another location to the area where people could get the best of both worlds.

“I just kind of loved the idea of creating a space where people could come in and … get a healthy breakfast, lunch and dinner,” said Amy, who also owned a coffee shop in Fort Collins, Colorado, for about four years. “Everything that we have has health benefits and I just loved the idea of having a positive place where people could get healthy products and drinks.”

While the lounge and Idaho Nutrition Now do have slightly different menu options, Amy said that everything the two businesses serve uses Herbalife products, which is a nutrition company that’s been around for about 40 years.

One of the Meyerses’ popular products includes meal replacement shakes, which come in dozens of flavors ranging from cherry almond oatmeal to orange creamsicle to peppermint mocha, with each shake about 200 calories each.

“All of our shakes that look like dessert, they taste like dessert,” Amy said. “But they’re all 24 grams of protein, about 200 calories, and they have all your essential vitamins and nutrients for a nutritious meal so you’re actually getting a full meal. And they taste so good and they’re really good for you.”

Eric further explained that the shakes provide a good alternative for those who crave cold treats but are trying to eat healthier.

“I’m an ice cream junky and so being able to switch over … to make a shake that’s just the equivalent that’s not all sugar and fat and all that stuff is awesome,” Eric said. “I love my shakes.”

Also on the menu are their clean energy drinks, which Amy explained are loaded with vitamins and help with mental clarity and focus while also helping customers avoid the dreaded jitters or mental crash one might get from sugar-loaded energy drinks.

“We have quite a few students who notice a difference in their tests and their homework after using (the clean energy drinks),” she said.

In addition to meal replacement shakes, they have a fitness line of pre-workout and post-workout drinks, as well as teas that Amy says will…



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