The Science Behind Shaklee Life Plan

The science behind shaklee life plan

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Landmark Study

UC Berkeley conducted one of the largest studies of long-term supplementation and found that Shaklee users had markedly better health than nonsupplement users.**

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Telomere Study

Shaklee users had longer telomeres

Telomeres are protective caps of repetitive DNA at the end of chromosomes. Over time, our telomeres gradually become shorter, and telomere length is thought to be a marker of overall health. In a preliminary clinical study, across the adult age range, Shaklee users had a 40% lower rate of telomere shortening than a healthy control group.

A statistical analysis projects that an 80-year-old Shaklee user would have the same telomere length as a 41 year-old.†

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**Gladys Block, Christopher D Jensen, Edward P Norkus, Tapashi B Dalvi, Les G Wong, Jamie F McManus and Mark L Hudes. Nutrition Journal 2007, 6:30doi:10.1186/1475-2891-6-30. Published 24 October 2007

†Cross-Sectional Analysis of Telomere Length in People 33-80 Years of Age: Effects of Dietary Supplementation. Harley CB et al. (2014) 55th Annual Conference, JACN, Vol. 33(5), p414.