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  • Why Skin Care Ingredients Matter

    When it comes to food, most of us are very conscious about using healthy ingredients. But what about the products we put on our skin? We don’t always think about the ingredients in our lotions, cleansers, and moisturizers, but what we use on our body is just as important as what we put in it.…

  • Shaklee Athletes on the postponement of the Games

    We all live our lives expecting a mix of setbacks and victories. But elite athletes live their lives to participate in a specific event on a specific date: the Games. So what does it feel like to have that event postponed for an entire year? We asked several Shaklee Pure Performance Team athletes to share…

  • Vitamin D—more than just for your bones

    The connection between sunlight and bone health was made over 200 years ago when a Polish doctor treated inner city children with rickets (soft bones) by taking them to the Polish countryside for the summer months. A hundred years later in 1921, two New York physicians documented with x-rays the improvements in the skeletons of…

  • Movie Night with the Shaklee Athletes

    Some of the most epic battles ever portrayed occurred “A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….” Most of us immediately recognize that famous line as the opening for the Star Wars movies that span more than four decades. National Star Wars Day is May 4th (May the fourth be with you), so…

  • The Benefits of Dance

    Have some extra time to reflect on your health during the shelter-in-place period? Need a jolt of inspiration? If so, look up “Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje, Ice Dancing.” Then click on a few—or even just one—of their performances, and see if you don’t gasp, sit up, sway, and even sigh as they make the…

  • Shaklee Athlete Immunity: Family Style

    Eli Bremer dug deeper than ever as he sprinted down the home stretch to complete the last of five events in the Modern Pentathlon at the 2008 Beijing Summer Games, fighting every impulse to stop or slow down. He had invested a huge portion of his life into this moment, and he surged forward with…

  • How Does Planting Trees Help the Environment?

    Tree planting is one of the most important things we can do to help sustain our planet, which is why over the next 10 years, Shaklee is committed to planting 10 million trees. But how exactly does tree planting help the environment? Here’s how much impact planting trees can have. Trees clean the air. Not…

  • Health Benefits of Garlic

    Hello, Shaklee Family! For centuries, people have used garlic for culinary purposes and as a natural remedy. A few fun garlic facts: Garlic was used as a currency in Ancient Egyptian and Middle Eastern culture. Also, garlic juice combined with water was even used during World War II as an agent to disinfect wounds. Finally,…

  • Stress and the Immune System

    When we think about keeping our immune system in check, we often think about what we eat and what our system gets exposed to. It’s always a good idea to give your immune system the nutrition it needs to function properly as well as do what you can to protect it from harmful bacteria, like…

  • What Does “Eat the Rainbow” Mean?

    Let’s talk about a way we can focus on eating healthy and delicious foods—eating the rainbow. We have all heard the saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” Though that’s not quite true, a bit of wisdom you can take from it is that eating colorful fruits and vegetables is healthy. Why? Well,…

  • Why Switch to Natural Cleaners?

    Home is where you feel the most comfortable, so it should also be the safest place in the world for you and your family. But did you know that a simple switch to green cleaners can do wonders to safeguard the health of both you and your family? Here are five reasons why you should…

  • Eat Like a Shaklee Pure Performance Team athlete

    Shaklee Pure Performance Team athlete Caryn Davies says she feels a little like a hobbit, known for eating seven meals a day: “First breakfast, second breakfast, elevensies, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and supper.” But that’s where the similarities end; this three-time Games medalist in Rowing (2004 silver, 2008 gold, 2012 gold) is back in the…