What are you doing up on the roof?

I heard my friend John speak a few weeks ago about how healthy he is at the age of 79 and with his permission I am sharing this compelling story with you.

“What are you doing up on the roof?”

my wife Bonnie yelled to me one morning awhile back. She gets worried . . . → Read More: What are you doing up on the roof?

Share

The Truth About Soy

Click here for myth busters.

Trying to sort out the truth about soy can be a bit confusing these days as in recent years it has gone from being touted as a super food to being something you may want to avoid. I’ve compiled this information for the curious folks that want to get . . . → Read More: The Truth About Soy

Share

Digestion is the Gateway

Before beginning any weight loss or supplement program it is a good idea to make sure your digestive system is working well.

Natural Approaches to Digestive Health Adapted from Lagoni Health Associates

The Digestive system is critically important to the body… It is the gateway for all nutrients to reach the blood stream and eventually . . . → Read More: Digestion is the Gateway

Share

Shake it Up!

A protein shake or smoothee in the morning is standard fare at our house. I usually experiment with what I have on hand, but having a recipe helps me get proportions right and more consistent results even if I substitute ingredients. If you are anything like me I tend to see a recipe and think . . . → Read More: Shake it Up!

Share

To Soy or Not to Soy

This helpful information was compiled by: Dr. Stephen Chaney, PhD Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, UNC School of Medicine Dr. Chaney earned a BS in Chemistry from Duke University and a PhD in Biochemistry from UCLA. He runs an active cancer research program at UNC and has published over 100 scientific articles and reviews in . . . → Read More: To Soy or Not to Soy

Share

When I’m 64

I’ve been getting requests for details about my dear friend Bonnie and her complete recovery from Crohn’s disease, so here it is.

My story is one of great suffering from Crohn’s for 14 years. Crohns disease is an inflammation of the digestive system – flu like symptoms all the time. Vomiting, diarrhea and fevers. I . . . → Read More: When I’m 64

Share

See the Doctor Once a Year

Does visiting your pediatrician once a year for a well baby or well kid checkup sound like a dream come true? Well that is the story Dr. Judy my business leader in Shaklee shared last night about their adopted son CJ. CJ first came into their home as a foster child at the age of . . . → Read More: See the Doctor Once a Year

Share

And the winner is…

Losing to win – interesting concept. A huge congratulations to Edgar Ortiz who grabbed a hold of a new way of life through the Cinch Inch Loss Program and came out the big winner in the Cinch Transformation contest sponsored by Shaklee. Here is his story.

1st Place Winner – $10,000 Edgar Ortiz (Distributor, CA) . . . → Read More: And the winner is…

Share

Imagine the Olympic Testing Committee showing up

Imagine you are an athlete bound for the Olympics in a couple of months and one Saturday night your doorbell rings and you open the door to find the Olympic testing Committee ready to do a random test for banned substances.

How would you feel? Anxious? Nervous? How about confident and secure!

That is the . . . → Read More: Imagine the Olympic Testing Committee showing up

Share

Performance fuels 700 mile bike ride

Received this wonderful testimonial from a new customer yesterday and had to share it. Monica, I am nearly done with my 700 mile bike ride to raise money for the UW Cancer Research Foundation. I started on July 4th and am scheduled to finish on August 4th, my 70th birthday. I ride anywere from 25 . . . → Read More: Performance fuels 700 mile bike ride

Share

Archives