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New Shaklee Published Clinical Research Study We are pleased to announce the publication of a new Shaklee-sponsored clinical research study confirming that key Vivix® ingredients blunt the biological stress response that occurs after consuming a high-fat meal1.* More »
Soy is a natural and traditional Asian food that nutrition scientists are continuing to study with renewed interest today. Long valued as a healthy vegetarian protein source, recent research has discovered vital compounds in soy called isoflavones, which provide potentially powerful health benefits of their own beyond the simple delivery of healthy nutrients in soy, from protein to minerals.[...] More »
IT’S HERE! That a long-awaited Shaklee study showing that a resveratrol and muscadine polyphenol-based blend suppresses the oxidative and inflammatory stress response to eating a high fat, high carbohydrate fast food meal — has now been published in The Journal of CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM — a peer-review journal.[...] More »
March 1, 2007 Shaklee Health Sciences' Perspective on the Recent Antioxidant Study Published in JAMA
A controversial meta-analysis that was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association recently concluded that treatment with beta-carotene, vitamin A and vitamin E may increase the risk of mortality.
After consulting with several internal and external scientists, Shaklee would like to express why we disagree with the conclusions of this study and what the findings of this study mean for the average consumer.