The Shaklee Effect™ is really
quite simple: At Shaklee, we help transform people's lives through small,
simple steps that add up to big results. And we do that by making better
products that are worth sharing, that add up to improved health and wealth
around the world.
And we believe that if each of us
does our small part—taking small, simple steps to not only take care of
ourselves—but to share what we love about Shaklee with others—then together, we
can make a difference for people and the planet.
steps to get started
Shaklee makes transformation
simple. By combining the best natural products with regimens that work for you,
you can start with the nutrients you need to improve how you feel every day.
Then add the solutions for your most important health priorities and concerns.
Start with those small steps, and you can expect long lasting results, as well
as a positive impact on your life and in the lives of those around you.
When you're ready to transform
your financial future, introduce your friends and family to the everyday
rewards of sharing Shaklee. Whether you want to earn additional income as a
health advocate or express your entrepreneurial spirit as a business mentor,
you'll feel the support of Shaklee every step of the way.
Remember: It starts with our
products. If you like them, share them. They come with a 100% money back guarantee
so there's no risk. So join us and be part of the effect.
From now till 8/17/14 you can enter your favorite photo of your little gardener and be entered to win a prize! Just post your picture on our Facebook page - www.Facebook.com/YouToBeHealthy and then share it with all your friends! Good luck! Prize: Shaklee Scour Off scouring paste. This is great to use on those tough jobs like cleaning the oven, the grill or anything you need a little muscle to clean. See it here: Shaklee's Scour Off Heavy Duty Scouring Paste Rules: Photos submitted will be published on this site's Facebook page. This site and its affiliates are not to be held responsible for what happens to photos once shared online. Inappropriate photos will not be allowed and we reserve the right to refuse any photo. Winner will be chosen on 8/17/14 and notified via message sent through Facebook's messaging service. Winner must reply within 24 hours with physical address to send gift to. If no reply is received within that time period, then another winner will be chosen. We reserve the right to substitute gift if necessary. Restrictions may apply.
Insomnia - we all have it from time to time, but sometimes it visits every night and it just makes you want to scream - if you had the energy.
We all know that getting a
good night sleep is essential to a productive and enjoying day, but what do you
do when you can’t fall asleep or stay asleep and nothing seems to work?
According to the National
Sleep Foundation (NSF), six out of ten Americans report havinginsomniaand sleep problems at least a few
nights a week and 25% of them use medications to help them sleep.
you use sleeping pills to help you sleep?
Most sleeping pills,
especially when taken over long periods of time, can have multiple side effects
and are most often habit forming – meaning you must continue to take larger and
larger doses just to get your sleep. These drugs linger in the bloodstream and often
make you feel groggy the next day. They can increase the risk of car and work
accidents as well as impair memory and performance on the job and at home.
Minerals such as calcium
and magnesium, especially when taken together has been shown in many studies to
help promote falling asleep faster and help people stay asleep without all the
side effects medications have.
Turns out deficiencies in
both calcium and magnesium are easily fixed, costs less and has positive side
benefits instead of negative side effects.
Could it be that simple?
Calcium is directly related
to our sleep cycles. Researchers have found that calcium levels in the body are
higher during some of the deepest levels of sleep, such as the rapid eye
movement (REM) phase. They found that
disturbances in sleep are related to a calcium deficiency. Better and deeper
sleep was achieved following the normalization of the blood calcium level.
With chronic insomnia or
where sleep is interrupted with frequent nighttime awakenings, a magnesium
deficiency was to be found. When the magnesium deficiency was corrected, deeper,
less interrupted sleep was achieved.
A balanced ratio of calcium
and magnesium is important to overall health, and these two minerals should be
taken together for best results.
What is the easiest way to get what I
Shaklee provides a
wonderful product, Shaklee ChewableCal-Mag Plus that contains both calcium and magnesium in the right
ratio and it works wonders at helping you get a good night’s sleep. It also
helps with muscle tension and soreness by helping your muscles relax.
In addition, it provides 1,000
mg of calcium to help build bones and optimize peak bone mass, maintain bone
density, and slow bone breakdown, thereby helping to reduce the risk of
osteoporosis later in life.* It also has Vitamin D, which is clinically
supported for bone, heart and immune health.
In tonight’s online webinar we will be discussing natural
approaches to hormonal imbalance in women. Stay in the comfort of your own home
and listen in!
We have all laughed at funny comments now and then made
about women and their hormones and maybe at times have used the excuse of our
hormones being the cause of our behavior, but for many women hormonal imbalance
is no joke.
If you know someone who is suffering with hormonal imbalances
and are looking for more information, please forward them the link to this
webinar so they can attend.
The webinar is free, but space is limited, so please contact
me and I will help you reserve a space.
You can click the "Contact Us" tab up top and fill out the contact form. Please state which webinar you would like to attend. We will then send you the info on how to join in.
Date: Monday July 14, 2014
9:00 PM Eastern – 8:00
After the webinar, contact me if you have any questions or
would like more information.
Can’t make it? That’s OK, we archive our talks. Just contact
us and let us know, we can send you the link once it is available.
Just fill out the "Contact Us" tab up top and tell us which archived webinar you would like to listen to and we can send you the link.