food alone not enough

Why Food Isn’t Enough

It’s surprising to learn that many products marketed as “healthy” foods contain too much sugar, fat, and artificial ingredients. One-third of our total calories come from fast or processed food, which lacks in good nutrition. Why Food Isn’t Enough What might surprise you even more is that even when you try to eat right, the … Continue Reading →

Collagen-9

New Shaklee Collagen-9 Review

You’ve probably heard a lot about collagen lately.  If you haven’t tried it yet, it can be hard to know if what’s trendy is truly for you. Collagen is the most abundant, naturally occurring protein found in our body, it makes up about a third of all the protein in our body.  But while collagen occurs … Continue Reading →

Role of Supplements

The Role of Supplements in Filling Nutritional Gaps

These days, you don’t have to be a nutritionist or dietician to have a general idea of what you should be eating or supplements you should be taking. There are literally thousands of reliable books, websites, and other sources of information telling you much the same thing you were taught back in elementary school. First, … Continue Reading →

Shaklee Protein Life Shakes

7 Reasons Why Shaklee Protein is a Better Protein Powder

This is the third of three articles we’ve done on Protein. Our first article looked at the Best Sources of Protein. Then we dispelled myths around soy. In this article, we compare Shaklee Protein to animal protein. Then go over the seven reasons Shaklee Protein is the best source of soy protein. And we introduce … Continue Reading →

Hunger-Free Weight Loss Program

For a majority of people, trying to lose weight is a no-win proposition. It’s inconvenient, costly, difficult to maintain, and the results are not guaranteed. Most diets go by the same thread: eat less, exercise more. However, “Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It” author Gary Taubes recognizes the paradox because the … Continue Reading →

types of protein

Getting Your Protein – A Guide to the Best Sources

In the nineteenth century, protein was synonymous with meat. This connection has stayed with us for well over a hundred years. Today, many people still equate protein with animal-based food. However, scientific research has shown that the best protein comes from vegetables. That’s because many plant-based foods have amino acids your body can use to … Continue Reading →