Shaklee Reviews

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Ross Curington aka Attraction Strategist

I help positive, motivated, and yet busy families seek a lifestyle of personal freedom through the health and wellness industry. As a father of two, husband, & full-time non-profit manager myself I can show you how to create an income around your schedule to live healthier while working smarter.

  • Very nice review. I have been using these products for over 20 years and they area great.

  • Theresa Vernetta Smith says:

    Wow! Thank you for sharing. Theresa Vernetta Smith- 46 years in Shaklee.
    God bless

  • Mike Hamilton says:

    Concerning T’s comment, I did not see where it mentioned you did not use the products. Anyway I have. I’ve been around these products for 40 years. They do work. Because of the philosophy of Dr. Shaklee, the testing, the amount of years people stay on the products speak volumes about the product. I’ll tell you this, the vast majority of brand name organic products you find at the grocery store are junk.The label might look pretty but that’s about it. I highly recommend the Shaklee food supplements.

  • Susan Bartz Herrick says:

    Hi T; I can understand your concern as many people think that retail stores have more credibility than direct marketing companies. Nothing could be further from the truth however. Standard Process and other pharmaceutical grade products will never allow themselves to be sold by anyone but health care professionals or directly as they do not want to lumped into the stores where every grade is shelved and stored. Natural supplements cannot be stockpiled left in hot warehouses for months before they are shipped. Stores have a chain system: Production, warehouse, distribution center, delivery to store, consumer). Shaklee streamlines the system: Production, distribution center, consumer. Shorter shelf life means high potency. Also – and this is a biggie – Health food stores carry a variety of products but do not have them identified by quality. There are four different categories of Vitamin Supplements. These categories are based on the quality of the Supplement.
    The first grade is Feed or Agricultural grade which are intended for veterinary purposes. These supplements are not to be consumed by humans.
    The second grade is Cosmetic or Nutritional grade. These supplements are widely found at health food stores, drug stores and large chain stores. These supplements are often not tested for purity or absorption and many times may not have as high of concentration of the active ingredient as is labeled.
    The third category is Medical grade. These supplements are a higher grade product than the nutritional grade. An example of these supplements would be prenatal vitamins.
    The fourth grade is Pharmaceutical grade. Pharmaceutical grade supplements have the highest regulatory requirements. They are tested for purity, dissolution and absorption. This testing assures you that the products do contain the active ingredients listed and no other contaminants. The testing for dissolution and absorption assures that the supplement is going to dissolve appropriately once taken so that is can be absorbed by the body for maximum benefit. Pharmaceutical grade products are tested by an outside company for potency and possible contamination to assure that the company is maintaining high quality products. The results of this testing is available to those purchasing their products to show that they are the highest quality products.

  • Thanks for your question… As much as I would like to give you a more direct answer I cannot, because I am not a healthcare professional (e.g., Doctor or Pharmacist). However, I recommend you search the Shaklee products and find the labels/other ingredients and ask your doctor how that can interact with Lexapro. I know WebMD lists common/known drug interactions. As much as I want to say I don’t see any significant interaction with this, I am just not sure. Sorry I can’t be more helpful with this.

  • yesher00 says:

    Question- I am currently on antidepressants. Can I take the stress relief complex and the GLA complex with my antidepressants (Lexapro)?

  • Jami Josephson-Chace says:


  • Hey There… So Shaklee has excellent service in terms of their 100% guarantee… Don’t like it, doesn’t work, or not what you expected you can send it back with no time limitation for a full refund minus shipping, unless you’re in 1 of 4 states. In that case you have a full year. So I say try a product or two out. What do you have to lose? I’ve used all of their products if not all of them, so not sure what you meant there. Take care.

  • t hopps says:

    I’ve never tried any of their products but I am always suspicious of any product that isn’t on my local organic supermarket shelves. Where can i get samples of the products? Who in their right mind would endorse, sell, a product they haven’t used? The claims in their various website are too good to be true- and you know what they say about that don’t you?

  • Orian Seaples says:

    Just wanted to say this is actually one of the best reviews I’ve seen on this company. Thanks for the info

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