We've experienced quite a January here in
This month, I focus on heart health. My family has a history of heart disease, so this is information I need to know too. But knowing and doing are two different things! I encourage you (and me) to make one change this month towards better health. Happy Valentine's Day!
In this issue:
- Top 3 Tips for Healthy Hearts
- When to buy Organic
- Watch Shaklee-powered athletes at the Olympics
- Trouble remembering 10% special? Here's a tip!
- New promotion
1. Top 3 Tips for Healthy Hearts
Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in
1. Exercise 30 minutes a day doesn't have to be all at once!
2. Manage your stress try stopping once an hour to breath deeply. It will help you relax.
3. Eat well a good rule of thumb is 2/3 1/3. 2/3rds of your plate should be vegetables, 1/3 protein. Also, provide nutritional insurance through supplementation.
2. When to buy Organic
From ABC News:
When buying some products, it may be worth the extra money to buy organic for health benefits. But these days, with almost everything possible being labled organic, it's difficult to know when to pay the extra money.
3. Watch Shaklee powered athletes at the Olympics
Shaklee is the proud nutritional sponsor of the US Ski Team and SnowBoarding athletes. In fact, this immune boosting program is the official immunity product of the team.
The U.S. Ski Team is comprised of 14 different men's and women's national teams in Alpine, Cross Country, Disabled, Freestyle, Jumping, Nordic Combined and SnowBoarding categories and has been training with Shaklee as their official nutritional sponsor for the past two years. The teams are competing hard and are very selective about their nutrition, so Shaklee is honored to be the product of choice for this outstanding line-up of athletes.
Shaklee works closely with the team nutritionist; keeping athletes healthy is the primary challenge as they push through tough competition schedules. Their goal is to win the most medals of any nation in skiing and snowboarding this month, when all eyes will turn to
Here's what the United States Ski Association (USSA) Sports Dietitian and Physiologist, Susie Simmons, had to say about the product:
"[This product] has had a huge impact on the health of many of our athletes. U.S. Ski Team & U.S. Snowboarders travel four to five months straight each year, flying in winter conditions to many different countries. [This product] makes a big difference in strengthening their immune systems, as they push through jet lag, drastic temperature, tough training and the stress through competition. The team takes [this product] wherever in the world they are traveling to train and compete."