NOTE:   All the studies we will review are tagged with citation numbers like this:   [2]
If you “click” on that red number, you will be transported to the actual study.
Many of the graphics can also be enlarged by clicking on them.

Women and Children First

Although it’s not possible to review every health challenge a woman or her infant may face in a 4-page newsletter, we will soon discover that it IS possible to reduce the risk for developing irritating and/or life-threatening conditions by the proactive choices made by any mother during her pregnancy and during those precious infant years.

To maximize on limited space, we will abbreviate some research discussions, leaving it to our readers to review the related (footnote) resources for a more detailed analysis.

You may want to refer to these helpful tools:

It’s also very important to remember that most of the products we will review are “targeted solutions” for specific health challenges, and should be considered as important additions to a pre-existing nutritional program.

As Dr. Shaklee always reminded us:

a basic nutrient program MUST include 2 key ingredients for maintaining full health: A superlative multi-vitamin, along with a plant-based source of complete protein.   [4],   [5]

Shaklee provides a lovely assortment of multi-vitamin products, starting with the original

Vita-Lea, and then progressing on to the amazing

Vitalizer System, and finally culminating in the advanced new

Shaklee Life Strip.

Vita-Lea and Vitalizer are both available in 4 different formats:

for women (with iron),

for men (without added iron),
and for those of us aged 50 and above,

the Gold series, with OR without vitamin K.

The Life Strip is available in 2 different formats:

for women (with iron), and for men (without added iron).


Shaklee’s soy products also come in a variety of formats.

You can choose from:

Getting Older

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