Shaklee Anaheim Global Conference 2010
Cars, cash, trips, and dreams.
My first Shaklee Global Conference
I just returned from my first Shaklee Global Conference. What a great event. There were so many friendly, positive, successful people all in one place – thousand of them!
10 things I learned at the Conference:
Shaklee is a family.
If a family can be defined as . . . → Read More: 10 Things I Learned at the Anaheim Shaklee Global Conference
How much weight would you like to lose before summer? Let the world know and get started today! Continue reading . . . → Read More: How Much Weight Would You Like to Lose Before Summer?
This is the promised email and photo from the 26 year old son of Connie McFarren, a wonderful first level of mine. I have known Brandon since he was born and he has been a faithful consumer of Shaklee nutrition his whole young life.
I am still using Physique and Performance with all of my training. . . . → Read More: Another Sports Nutrition Success Story as promised
Dean Smith Rows to new World and American Record
Dean Smith set new US and World records at the World Indoor Rowing Championship, hosted by the CRASH-B Sprints that took place on February 17, 2013 at the Agganis Arena in Boston. Over 2,200 athletes raced from more than a dozen countries, with competitors ranging in age from . . . → Read More: WOW!! SPORTS NUTRITION PHENOMENOM!!
AREDS = Age Related Eye Disease Study
Based on AREDS 2 Study, What does Dr. Chaney recommend for Macular Degeneration prevention?
Quoted from Dr. Chaney by Debbie Garrison February 2, 2011
“Dr. Chaney is a Professor Bio-Chemistry and Nutrition at UNC Medical School —he is also a cancer researcher.
“Now you see it, now you don’t.
Most supplement companies are reluctant . . . → Read More: Macular Degeneration, Dr. Steve Chaney & AREDS 2 Study
Last week I shared with you a study suggesting that junk food makes you sad.
So you might be asking: “Does that mean that healthy foods can make you glad?”
According to one recent study (Br J Health Psychol, Jan 24, 2013, doi:
10.1111/bjhp.12021) the answer may be yes.
A team from the University of Otago in New Zealand enrolled . . . → Read More: Tips From The Professor: An Apple A Day Keeps The Blues Away
The standard American diet (S.A.D.) is high in processed foods, fat (especially saturated and trans fats), refined grains, simple sugars, salt and calories. As I’ve said before, almost anything would be better.
You probably already know that the S.A.D. leads to obesity and a whole host of diseases – including heart disease, cancer and diabetes – just . . . → Read More: Tips From The Professor: Can Foods Make You Blue?
It’s GrOw Time
I hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas! The past few weeks always seem to be super busy. Now it’s time to get our focus back on our visions and dreams so 2013 can be a terrific year. Thanks to Keith Patterson for sending me the following 5 possible barriers all of us might . . . → Read More: How To Make 2013 A Great Year
Dr. Steve Chaney
B Vitamins, Dementia & Alzheimers
Dr. Chaney is an active cancer researcher and Professor of Bio-Chemistry
and Nutrition at UNC Medical Schoool.
“As we age there is perhaps nothing more frightening
than the thought of losing our mind.
We can cope with lots of physical infirmities, but it is
our memories and our cognition that make us who we are.
So . . . → Read More: Dr. Steve Chaney, Alzheimers, Dementia and B Vitamins