Archive for May, 2009

Saturday’s Conference Call

Wednesday, May 27th, 2009

Join us for our Weekly Training Conference Call

Saturday, May 30th

8am Pacific (9am Mountain, 10am Central, 11am Eastern)

During this training call we will discuss “Greenwashing” and the Shaklee Get Clean difference

Connection information is available at: www.mornature.net/audio.aspx

Be sure to watch CBS’ 60 Minutes Sunday evening!

Friday, May 22nd, 2009

This week’s 60 Minutes will feature a story on resveratrol, the key ingredient in red wine (and Vivix!) that is getting so much media attention because of all the exciting research taking place.

While this show does not reference Shaklee or Vivix specifically it is still a great show to watch and to tell your friends about. It can be a great discussion starter on why Vivix could be the most important supplement you take!

Saturday’s Conference Call

Wednesday, May 20th, 2009

Join us for our Weekly Training Conference Call

Saturday, May 23rd

8am Pacific (9am Mountain, 10am Central, 11am Eastern)

During this training call we will focus on the “Director Advantge”

Connection information is available at: www.mornature.net/audio.aspx

Saturday’s Conference Call

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

Join us for our Weekly Training Conference Call

Saturday, May 9th

8am Pacific (9am Mountain, 10am Central, 11am Eastern)

During this training call we will help you discover your Personal Style and how it affects your business.

Connection information is available at: www.mornature.net/audio.aspx

Shaklee study reveals new vitamin D links

Friday, May 1st, 2009

NEWS: Shaklee Research Study Links Vitamin D with HDL Cholesterol, and therefore with Key Biomarkers for Metabolic Syndrome and Heart Disease

Shaklee is at the cutting edge of modern nutrition research, and this is confirmed in a new study just released. The breakthrough study, being presented at the National Lipid Association Annual Scientific Sessions, shows that a lower blood vitamin D level is associated with metabolic syndrome and other risk factors for cardiovascular disease.

More information at: http://sev.prnewswire.com/health-care-hospitals/20090501/NY0945201052009-1.html