10-point checklist to promote a healthy heart Eat salmon or other omega-3-rich fish at least two to three times per week. Omega-3 fatty acids are important for heart health. Salmon, halibut, and mackerel are good sources of omega-3 fatty acids. … Continue reading 10 Point Healthy Heart Checklist
Now’s the time to get ready for the all-important New Year’s resolution season – which for many people includes feeling better by getting leaner, healthier and more energized, plus looking their best. Live Younger Longer with Shaklee 180® – Eat healthier … Continue reading Are You Shaklee Fit And Fab Or What?
It’s the GIVING SEASON! Just for fun this year, everyday I am STUFFING someone’s STOCKING with a FREE GIFT & FREE MEMBERSHIP with Shaklee. Be the 1st person to “comment” on my social media post with the “theme” word of the day and I’ll PM you for your address. Until December 31st. Find me on Instagram here and follow to participate! If you’re already our Member, “share” this with family or friends and if they are chosen, you get the same product present! Happy HEALTHY Holidays… From all of us at RLEI. Continue reading Not So Secret Santa Special
Strategies to Stay Healthy This Winter Why is it that science is still no closer to a cure for colds and flu? It’s because we’re dealing with smart viruses. Any one of a hundred viruses could launch a cold or flu attack, and chances are that this year’s flu virus won’t be the same as last year’s, which makes the vast majority of us susceptible. But there’s still much you can do to stay strong and healthy all winter. Our Best Prevention Strategies Take Care of the Basics: As always, the best place to start to maintain a healthy immune system … Continue reading Staying Healthy All Winter Long
Support breast health at every age Women of all ages are concerned about breast health. Younger women tend to be concerned about breast discomfort and general lumpiness while older women tend to worry about cancer detection as well as cancer prevention. So let’s review important facts about breast health. In your 20s and 30s The main concern for women in their 20s and 30s is breast discomfort, which is usually a sign of fibrocystic breasts due to cysts in the breast tissue that often increase in size in the last half of the menstrual cycle. These hormonally related fluctuations in … Continue reading Help Your Breasts Stay Healthy
Create a healthy foundation for your kids to learn, play and grow. The Shakleekids Power Pack contains a trio of products to help keep your little superhero strong. Also includes the Shakleekids Superhero’s Guide, a special color fold-out that has great nutrition information for you and fun things for the kids to do. Incredivites: Comprehensive multivitamin for optimal kids’ health Loaded with 23 essential vitamins and minerals for healthy development 100% of the Daily Value of all eight B vitamins Provides calcium and vitamin D, crucial bone-building nutrients All natural (and yummy) flavors of tropical punch, grape and berry Contains lactoferrin, which supports a … Continue reading Keep Your Superhero Kids Back In School Strong
Shaklee just unveiled not one, but two new product lines at our 2017 Global Conference – YOUTH® Skin Care and Shaklee Performance®Sports Nutrition. And to celebrate, we have two great special offers to go along with them! The new Advanced Anti-Aging … Continue reading Live Younger Longer. Look Younger Longer to match!
*It’s here! Skin care products designed to make sure the world sees you the way you see yourself by regenerating your skin cells so they act younger. Our promise is that YOUTH skin care will not only dramatically improve the … Continue reading Love Your Life with all the breakthroughs from Shaklee Live!
Looking good and feeling good starts on the inside, and Shaklee has solutions to help everyone continue to support their active lifestyles with the right nutrition. This month, we focus on the importance of healthy nutrition in creating a healthy and … Continue reading Get Healthy, Stay Active with Shaklee
Understanding cellular aging We all want to look and feel great for as long as possible. But if you have ever been to a school reunion, you might have noticed something interesting: Some of your classmates look older than others. Why is there such a difference in the rate at which people age? Scientists have discovered that it all starts inside our cells. For most of us, aging means loss of muscle strength, bone density, lung capacity, and memory, and our risk for conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, dementia, and cancer all increase. When you graph the incidence of … Continue reading Help Your Cells Help You