Planning a Healthy Home with Shaklee & All Seasons Health

Our informal presentations are really taking off! Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to come and sit in at any of our most recent events. As part of our mandate for presenting topics for community awareness, we had a super presentation by Marion Ellis on November 5.  Marion did a great deal of research about toxic substances found in common cleaning products that many of us can find right now under our kitchen sinks or amongst our cleaning supplies.

Not surprisingly, toxins found in our most common household cleaners can contribute to breathing problems including asthma, bronchitis, allergies, a host of skin problems and can even be cancer forming when used repeatedly.

We played a really interesting game during the presentation where we put all the toxic cleaning products into the landfill while estimating how long they would take to bio-degrade.

We saw samples of some laundry detergents such as Tide and Ivory Snow which were still clumped in a jar and hadn’t broken down after 10 years.  The Shaklee liquid laundry concentrate jar, however, was completely clear after 10 days!

If you haven’t switched to the Shaklee cleaners, now is a good time to change over.  These are very economical as they are concentrates.

1 bottle of Basic H for window cleaning sells for $11.05 which equals 3200 bottles of Windex at $4.99×3200 equals $15,968.00.

If you have any experience with Shaklee cleaning supplies, I’d love to hear from you in the comments. Or if you’d like to learn a little bit more, feel free to drop me a line.

Thank you for reading!

Amey.

Healthy Kids Healthy Families. An Evening of Fun and Smoothies

Recently we’ve hosted some amazingly fun and informative events around Victoria and we have you to thank for helping them to become such wonderful evenings.

Our first event was held in September and it was such a huge success we decided to run another gathering in October.

The premise behind the events was to develop an informal gathering where we could all discuss healthy ways to help protect the family from the cold and flu season. A large part of this is ensuring the kids are getting the right healthy balance in their diet which can sometimes be a challenge as anyone with children can attest to.

To combat the ‘picky eater’ we opened up a Shaklee smoothie bar where anyone could build their own one-of-a-kind smoothie blend using various products and ingredients. This was a huge success and soon the kitchen was filled with smoothie dust and the sound of blenders.

As you can see from the images we’ve been having a lot of fun and learning some extremely valuable information from some very smart women. In that gallery we welcomed Sharon Nice, a successful Shaklee distributor and product expert. Visit her Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/sharon.nice?fref=ts

As well we learned a lot from Tracy Lowe who joined us on another night (also featured in the gallery above).

If you’ve missed out on our evenings and would like to keep in touch, please add your email address to the newsletter signup at the bottom of the website (all the way down on the left). Once you confirm your email address you won’t be left out in the dark when our next super fun event surfaces.

Our future events will tackle topics such as how to keep a clean, non-toxic home and learning about developing a home business and supplementing your income. Each event showcases an amazing presentation followed by a Q&A and of course, draw prizes!

Thank you for visiting and please feel free to leave me a comment below!

-Amey