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The Shaklee Difference
It is with awe and admiration that I write about what sets Shaklee apart from other supplement manufacturers. The “Shaklee Difference” starts with using the finest quality ingredients available. It is reinforced by the fact that their products are tested for purity, bioavailability, reliability, and performance. And finally, it is backed by a no-questions-asked 100% money-back guarantee.
In Shaklee’s 57-year history, NONE of their products have ever contained synthetic nutrients, artificial colors or sweetening agents, questionable stabilizers, or preservatives. They also NEVER contain pesticide or fungicide residues. They’ve NEVER contained heavy metal or chemical contaminants of any sort. That didn’t happen by accident... that happened by choice.
In this issue of HealthQuest we will review several serious product recalls, which raise concerns about the quality and safety of commercial supplements, distributed by huge name-brand manufacturers. Then we'll review why Shaklee has always produced high quality, safe, and effective products. It is easy to feel a strong sense of pride for this Company, because Shaklee originated the concept of
“doing well by doing better for others”.
Dr. Shaklee was an authentic visionary. He was among the first nutritional researchers, when he created what appears to be the first multivitamin supplement, Vitalized Minerals, 102 years ago (1915). Dr. Shaklee also revolutionized a unique method for product distribution, based on building personal relationships, rather than relying on Madison Avenue hype.
The company he designed is as genuine as it is unique. Shaklee products are conceived and produced by the finest scientists and technicians this country has to offer. Their Scientific Advisory Board is composed from America’s most published and respected researchers.
The recent and ongoing California lawsuit against 10 of the largest Fish Oil Manufacturers, is a disturbing reminder that the supplement industry remains self-regulated.
We need to be very concerned. PCBs (or Polychlorinated biphenyls) are man-made industrial chemicals, with a record as one of the most vicious environmental pollutants. It is firmly tied to causing several forms of cancer,  and it mimics the effects of estrogen.  It’s also been found to disrupt thyroid function  and is associated with birth defects  and male infertility. 
Even worse, these contaminated supplements are being distributed by the biggest names in the industry, including Solgar (the leading Health Food Store “organic brand”), CVS and Rite Aid Pharmacies; GNC (General Nutrition Corp); and 7 other leading national brands.
Why did that happen? Because the vast majority of supplement manufacturers simply take the word of raw material distributors that these ingredients have been tested for purity and/or potency.
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