Shaklee Pure Performance Athlete- Aly leads this advanced-level workout that is designed for those who are very active and passionate about fitness or those who have graduated from the medium intensity workout.
Shaklee Pure Performance Athlete-Debbie leads this entry-level workout that is designed for those who want to ease into a fitness regimen.
Making an effort to eating healthy is an important step towards living a longer, happier life. Your body is a living, breathing machine with thousands of systems working perfectly in tune to function properly, so it is important that it needs to be well-nourished in order to keep up with your everyday activities. Thanks to…
The secrets to healthy eating are something we all can learn.
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Leaves are changing colors and the weather is getting cooler. Fall is here, and there are plenty of ways that you can switch up your routine and stay healthy in the coming months. Here are 5 ideas to help you stay healthy during the fall.
Chai tea lovers rejoice! You’ll love this version of chai with our new and delicious Life Shake! This high protein, low-calorie, zero added sugar shake is a perfect way to start your day.
Believe it or not, the term “gut-feeling” isn’t just a metaphor. The condition of your gut can actually affect your mood!
Probiotics have been generating a lot of buzz lately, but there is good reason for all the love. Probiotics (and prebiotics) are beneficial for a healthy gut and your overall health. Let’s break down why. What are probiotics? Probiotics are live bacteria that can have beneficial effects for your health. It has been estimated that…
Protein is a macronutrient, meaning it provides us with calories—a.k.a. energy. And our bodies need large amounts of energy to survive. Chemically, protein is made up of chains of amino acids, nine of which are known as “essential” amino acids—meaning the body cannot produce them. Therefore, we need to get these essential amino acids from…