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  • Redefining the Term “Anti-Aging”

    By Sarah Ezrin I used to not understand when friends or family said they hated their birthdays or lamented entering another decade. Most of my life, I was the youngest person in the room—the baby of five kids, graduating from both high school and college early, and often hanging with friend groups 10+ years older.…

  • What Is Cellular Aging and How Do You Combat It?

    When we think about the effects of aging, most of the time we think of the changes to our appearance, physical abilities, and cognitive functions. While these effects are the most noticeable, we don’t often think about aging at the cellular level. Cellular aging actually plays a significant role in our overall health. So, let’s…

  • 4th of July Red, White & Blue Smoothies and Popsicles Recipe

    These colorful, flavorful and healthy recipes are the perfect way to kick off the 4th of July long weekend ahead. You can make these as individual smoothies, layer them or make them into popsicles. If you do choose to layer your smoothie or popsicles,the key is making them thicker than a typical smoothie, but thinner…

  • Go Green with These Innovative Feminine Care & Fertility Products

    Making the switch to green living can feel overwhelming at first; it’s hard to know where to begin. When you start looking at the products you have come to rely on every day for most of your life, you realize that in addition to the convenience and efficacy of many of them, there is also…

  • Supplements to Support Your Natural Energy Levels

    It may surprise you, but regularly feeling sluggish or having a hard time staying focused during the afternoon lull isn’t how our bodies are supposed to operate. When we optimize our daily habits and give our body the right nutrients and molecules, we should be energized throughout our whole day. Let’s start with daily habits:…

  • How to Build the Perfect Charcuterie Board for Different Preferences (Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Plant-Based)

    Have you boarded the charcuterie board train yet? Maybe you haven’t because you want a jaw-dropping and mouth-watering charcuterie board, but you don’t eat what’s on a typical spread. I can relate; I eat gluten-free food and the common charcuterie board doesn’t work for me. But don’t give up hope. I am also here to…

  • Morning Routines with the Shaklee Social Squad

    A strong morning routine sets the tone for a healthy, happy, and productive day. At Shaklee we’re pretty passionate about morning routines, from starting the day with a Life Shake™ and our daily vitamins to squeezing in a workout or walk before work, or even just knowing when we need to hit the snooze button.…

  • Learning Yoga Taught Me How to Love Myself

    I will never forget the day when I fell out of a yoga pose and said to myself, “It’s okay, Sarah.” I all but spun around to see who had said it. This was not my usual reaction to when things don’t go as planned. A blunder of any kind, whether on the mat or…

  • Men’s Nutritional Needs Through the Ages

    Most guys know it’s generally a good idea to eat healthy—even if they don’t always want to. But the fact is men have different nutritional needs depending on their age. Let’s dive into the key nutrition that guys should be getting at every age as well as some healthy tips to consider. In Your 20s…

  • What It Means to Be Climate Neutral

    When we say that we were green before green was a thing, we mean it. Shaklee was the first company in the world to be certified Climate Neutral. While we celebrate 20 years of being climate neutral, let’s look at what it exactly means and why it’s such an important milestone for us. We’re carbon…

  • Acute vs. Sustained Energy

    Energy types and their fuel sources are important things that affect you every day. Both acute and sustained energy are essential, and how you prepare your body will determine your success in using either type. Acute, or “quick,” energy: This is the energy that you use when you are exerting yourself to a peak level.…

  • Energizing Tea, a Healthier Caffeinated Alternative

    Did you know that green tea and white tea come from the same plant? Growing on a native shrub of East Asia, these potent leaves are prepared in two different ways to create two different but equally delicious teas. These two teas are blended with rooibos tea to make the delightful Energizing Tea. Let me…