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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Raspberry Kiwi Shake

A yummy twist to healthy shake.
I'm liking the music, too. Reminds me of the roaring 20's! 🙂

Click here to find the Shaklee Life Shake

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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Heart Health Info & More!

In this issue:
  • Heart Health Chat
  • 10-point Checklist To Promote A Healthy Heart
  • Save 20% on OmegaGuard
  • HealthPrint

Dear Shaklee Family,


We all know that good nutrition is the the best prevention of disease. Preventing Heart Disease is promoted in the month of February and we wanted to share with you some great information that you can use right now in keeping your heart healthy.

So let's get started: 

~ Heart Health Chat - (click link to view) 

Heart disease is still America's leading cause of death, but 80% of heart attacks are preventable.  Heather Chastain shares what you can do to support the health of your hardest working muscle and the important role that nutrition and exercise play in heart health.

10 simple tips to help you promote a strong and healthy heart.

~ Fishing for a good deal? OmegaGuard is on sale this month at 20% off! Hurry though as the sale price expires Feb 28th! 

~ Take your free health assessment today as mentioned in the Health Chat - HealthPrint

For a short month we sure do have a lot going on!

Be well my friends,

Friday, February 9, 2018

Turnaround Talk - Hunger Management

What is hunger? 
Sometimes we confuse hunger with cravings or appetite. 
Dr. Jamie McManus tells us how we can tell the difference.

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Did You Know? That most men and most post-menopausal women should not supplement with iron.

As you breathe, you take in oxygen from the air that is required by every cell in your body. 
The iron in hemoglobin delivers oxygen from the lungs to other body tissues.

Unlike children and women of child bearing age who often need to supplement with iron, most men and women who are past menopause get enough iron from their diet and supplementing with a vitamin that contains iron could cause the body to have too much iron in the blood. It has been shown that too much iron buildup could contribute to heart disease.

There are exceptions to this rule, of course and it can depend upon if you are eating enough iron rich foods such as spinach, broccoli and meat.

Are you a man or post menopausal woman and not sure if you are getting enough iron in your diet?

The best way is to have a simple blood test done and discuss the results with your doctor. If it shows adequate amounts of iron, then you should consider using a multi-vitamin that does not contain iron.

If the test shows you have anemic tendencies, meaning you are low on iron, then you should use a supplement that contains iron.

Signs of anemia are extreme fatigue, very pale skin, dizziness, and can’t concentrate. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, talk to your doctor and ask if low iron could be a problem.

If you are really deficient, then you will want to consider adding an iron specific supplement. Your doctor will be able to tell you how many milligrams you need a day to get your levels up to where they need to be.

Choose a supplement that does not contain more than 20mg of iron per serving.

Iron can be hard for the body to absorb and it can be hard on the stomach, so you will want to make sure your iron supplement contains adequate amount of Vitamin C.
Vitamin C helps the body absorb iron more easily.

Our recommendations for vitamins both with and without iron are:

Everybody is different and you may need to do some tests to verify if you need to supplement with iron or not.
Supplements are just that and should supplement a good diet, not replace one.

If you need more information or would like to make an appointment for a consultation, click the "Contact Us" tab up top and fill out our contact form.

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

February Podcast - Heart Health & SmartHeart Solutions

This month we discuss heart health and things you can do to improve your heart health.

  • In Science Talk hear from Dr. Daggy & Dr. McManus with the latest information on heart disease, prevention tips and what role Omega 3's play.
  • Then in our Profiles of Success we hear from Katie Odom, a former teacher who has found a way to help others and still stay home for all those important family moments. Share her story with a teacher/mom you know.
  • Our Product profile this month are the SmartHeart Solutions - Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Reduction Complex  regimens- hear how they can play an important role in heart health.

To listen just click on the Welcome message and the tracks will begin or you can click on the track you'd like to hear first. 
(Scroll down next to the tracks to see more and to choose which one to listen to.)

Our Omega 3 product - OmegaGuard is on sale this month for 20% off.

Not sure what is best for you? 
Take our free health Assessment - HealthPrint - answer 20 questions and receive free, personalized health recommendations based on the work of leading doctors, nutritionists and scientists.
Take your Free Health Assessment here: HealthPrint

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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Save 20% off OmegaGuard

We’re celebrating American Heart Month by giving you a 20% discount on OmegaGuard® - our best-selling heart health product!

OmegaGuard Helps reduce the risk of heart disease*
~ Helps  maintain a healthy heart and cardiovascular system*† 
~ Contains all seven ultra-pure omega-3 fatty acids 
~ Zero cholesterol 
~ Small size for easier swallowing 
~ Contains more total Omega-3 Fatty Acids than NatureMade Full Strength Mini Omega-3**

OFFER ENDS 2/28 - so click here to try OmegaGuard with no risk. If you are not completely satisfied we will return your purchase price.

**Total Omega-3 Fish Oil in OmegaGuard: 667 mg.  Total Omega-3 Fish Oil in NatureMade Full Strength Mini Omega-3:  540 mg
†Supportive but not conclusive research shows that consumption of EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. 

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