FAQ

1. Is there any healing crisis after taking nutritional supplements?

Some people may encounter a period of adjustment when start taking dietary supplements. The symptoms seem to be sickness, however they are not. These are the reactions by our poorly nourished body towards dietary supplements that come in sudden – this is healing crisis.

During period of adjustment, there is possibility that illnesses which the body had suffered before may re-surface. This normally last for a few days, the weaker is the body, the longer is the healing crisis period.

This is caused by toxins that had been accumulated in our body over a long period of time – wastes, foods contain chemical, fat and stress coupled with improper diet, lack of sleep, antibiotic or medication. Dietary supplements help in enhancing our immune system, detoxification ability as well as regulating our organs.

During the period of detoxification, there is possibility of headache, tiredness, dizziness, indigestion (bloated stomach, hungry), diarrhoea, more phlegm, murky urine, feeling warm, sweaty etc. The symptoms varied among individuals and normally last from 1 to 2 weeks.

During healing crisis period, you should drink plenty of water, rest well and eat more fresh vegetables and fruit. As long as we understand that these are symptoms of healing, we will face them with ease. 

Click below for understanding more regarding our body internal and external symptom of healing crisis:

i) Internal healing crisis symptom

ii) External healing crisis symptom

 

2. What is the maximum safe dosage of beta carotene?

The results of clinical studies have recommended daily intake of beta carotene of not less than 12mg (20,000 lU). 2 capsules of Shaklee CarotoMax provide the required 12mg which is equivalent to eating 5 carrots, 5 papayas, 24 pieces of cherry tomato, 18 oranges. The maximum safe dosage of beta carotene is 90mg (150,000 lU) or 15 capsules of Shaklee CarotoMax.

 

3. Why skin turn yellowish colour after taking beta carotene?

A small number of people’s skin turn yellowish in colour after consuming beta carotene, however this is not jaundice. Beta carotene is natural botanic colour. When mucous membrane of small intestines converts beta carotene into vitamin A, it stimulates bile (yellow in colour) secretion as well as liver and gallbladder detoxification, along with the blood that flows to our palm, foot sole and face. These natural detox and anti-oxidation processes normally last for a few months and will gradually go away, the results are new yet beautiful skin.

 

4. How to choose for a good vitamin B-Complex?

i) Contains 8 essential B vitamins i.e. B1, B2, B3, B5, BG, B12, folic acid and biotin as stipulated in RDA (all these 8 B vitamins need to be taken at the same time).

ii) Must contain 100% RDA of folic acid and biotin.

iii) % Daily Value of B1, B2, B3, B12 is close to each other.


5. Why urine changed to yellow colour after taking B-Complex?

This is a natural and normal occurrence as vitamin B2 is natural yellow pigment and it is water-soluble. During the initial months of taking B-Complex, the body is adjusting its absorbing rate, the yellow colour will turn lighter over time.

 

6. Why human need to take vitamin C everyday?

Animals can produce their own vitamin C e-g. rabbit produce 18,000mg (1 8g). of vitamin C every day.  Whereas human body cannot produce vitamin C. Additionally, vitamin C is water soluble vitamin that will from our body unceasingly. Therefore, it is necessary to take vitamin C every day. Vitamin C has no toxicity effect.

 

7. Is vitamin C from fruit sufficient?

Each serving of fruit provides approximately 45-60mg of vitamin C. Fruit makes the complete vitamin C during its final 10 days to ripening, therefore, un-ripe fruit contain only very little vitamin C. The vitamin C in fruit will reduce to half once plucked and destroy when exposed to heat. To improve health and anti-cancer, nutritionists recommend the intake of more than 2000mg of vitamin C everyday (equivalent to 40 apples).

8.  Why need to eat the skin of fruit when eating fruit?

Fruit skin contains flavonoid which is also known as vitamin P. The main ingredients are rutin, hesperidin. They strengthen the blood capillary, prevent bruise and internal bleeding or stroke, as well as regulating blood pressure. As they aid blood circulation, hence the blood flow to males’ reproductive organ, they are likened as the natural Viagra.  

 

9. How many food I need to take if I didn’t take Shaklee’s vitamin E?

For 400IU of vitamin E, one needs to consume these foods for healthy cells to fight against free radicals: 1kg wheat germ, 500ml safflower oil, 8kg of spinach and 500g of almond.

 

10. Is vitamin E safe?

“Prescription For Longevity” authored by Dr James Scala discuss the safety of vitamin E in elaborate. Globally, there are also more than 1000 prestige medical reports on the efficacy and safety of vitamin E. Years of studies carried out by Harvard University on both males and females showed that vitamin E could reduce the risk of heart disease by 41% and stroke 33%. Studies also concluded 3,200IU of vitamin E as the maximum safe dosage. 

 

 11. How to choose premium calcium?

  • Choose those with vitamin D and magnesium,
  • Do not pick those made of pearl, bone meal (animal source) and dolomite, these may contain lead.
  • Avoid chelated minerals as its chemistry process during the course of absorbing minerals will cause the body to absorb polluted heavy metal and toxin.

 12. Why zinc is so important for men?

Zinc in men’s prostate is 10 times greater than other organs. Zinc plays an important role in men’s sex organs. Serious zinc deficiency may lead to delay in sex organ maturity, impotence, small or improper growth of testicles, low sperms count, sexual dysfunction, pre-mature ageing and hair loss. Therefore, zinc is indispensable from growing to advance age.


13. Why burping fishy smell after taking OmegaGuard?

A small number of people burp with fishy smell after taking fish oil, recommend to consume the fish oil before meal or on empty stomach.

14. Who should not take fish oil?

Fish oil lubricates the blood vessel which will thin the blood for smooth blood flow and delay blood thickening. Therefore, patients going for surgery and pregnant women going to labour are not recommended to consume fish oil.

15. What’s the difference between fish oil and cod liver oil?

Fish oil and cod liver oil is two entirely different things. The main content of fish oil is EPA and QHA, whereas the main content of cod liver oil is vitamin A and D, so, different contents naturally are used for different purposes and effects. Fish oil is used primarily to prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and maintain healthy brain, whereas cod liver oil is used to prevent nyotalopia (night blindness) and rickets. 

16. How to choose a good fish oil?

i) Place fish oil soft gel into the freezer for several hours. A good fish oil soft gel remains translucent and soft even after several days in the freezer.

ii) Read the label. 90% of the content must be DHA and EPA. For example, in every 1000mg, the content of EPA and DHA must be 900mg.

iii) Choose fish oil made from fish harvested from known source and unpolluted. Most fish oils are made from fish bought fish market, and heavy metals are not filtered.

 17. Why fish oil must come from cold water deep ocean’s fish?

In the 1970s, a Nobel Prize Winner American scientist discovered a secret: Eskimos living in different environment did have different health conditions.

Eskimos living in Greenland of Denmark catch fish for a living; coronary heart disease is almost none, no asthma, psoriasis, high blood pressure, diabetes. However, Eskimos living in North America are hunters and meats are their staple food; the high cholesterol diet has caused a lot of coronary heart disease cases.

Further research discovered the truth about cold water fish: Ocean water fish rich in unsaturated fatty acids i.e. EPA and DHA that can lower blood lipid, suppress the accumulation of blood platelet and delay the formation of thrombus, treat asthma and skin allergies effectively.

 18. Where does Garlic odour come from?

Garlic contains variety of biological active compounds; particularly sulphur compounds that combat oxidation and cancer substance. This is how the unique odour of garlic comes from.

19. What is Coenzyme Q10 and why is it important to our bodies?

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a fat-soluble nutrient found in every cell in the body and is necessary for the basic functioning of cells. Higher concentrations of this nutrient are found in organs that work extra hard and require a significant amount of cellular energy to function, such as the heart, liver, kidney and pancreases.

CoQ10 is vital to the trillions of cells in the body that must make their own energy to survive. To make energy, cells burn sugars and fats that come from the foods we eat. These nutrients are broken down and carried through an energy producing pathway that requires COQ10. This energy-producing process is repeated thousands of times a second and fuels your beating heart and other body organs that require a continuous flow of energy. Without COQ1 O cells would not be able to produce energy and organs would not be able to function properly.  

CoQ10 has been shown to help strengthen heart muscles, support blood pumping capacity and improves blood circulation throughout the body. CoQ10 also promotes the integrity of blood vessels which in turn supports healthy blood pressure levels.

CoQ1O also works as a powerful antioxidant and helps protect arteries against oxidation of low density lipoproteins (LDL) and facilitates blood flow.” This is important to help promote the functions of blood vessels,  including those that transport blood to the heart. 

20. How much dietary intake of Coenzyme Q10 do we need?

Dietary intake helps maintain CoQ1O levels, however the amount of OoQ10 consumed from food is typically less than 10mg a day. Take a look at the chart below to see the amount of CoQ10 in some commonly consumed foods:

Food Serving CoQ10(mg)
Beef 85g 2.6
Chicken 85g 1.4
Peanuts, roasted 28g 0.8
Broccoli, boiled 1/2 cup, chopped 0.5
Orange 1 medium 0.3
Strawberries 1/2 cup 0.1
Egg, boiled 1 medium 0.1

Furthermore, the body’s ability to produce CoQ10 declines according to age Based on a research study, OoQ1O reaches a peak in the body by the age of 20 but decreases from 20 years old onwards. At the age of 40, our heart only has 68.2% of CoQ1O we had in our bodies at the age ofb20.

Other factors such as poor diet, daily exposure to tree radicals and use of certain medications ie cholesterol-lowering drugs may reduce our COQ10 levels. Therefore, supplementation may help to maintain cellular levels of this crucial nutrient in our bodies.

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15 Responses to FAQ

  1. veronica james says:

    Hi how to join shaklee member & member fee per month?

  2. Nor says:

    Please let me know how to join shaklee and fees.
    Thanks

  3. WINNIE TING says:

    CAN THE LECITHIN AND GLA COMPLEX TAKE TOGETHER AT ONE TIME?

  4. quratul ain says:

    Hi, how can I becoome/register online as a member of shaklee?

  5. Alfred says:

    How to mecome a member and buy product online?

  6. Noralis Atan says:

    Hi..its about my skin.. my face a lot of pimples scars..holes and its not like baby face..what product from Shaklee u would recommend to clear up my skin..

  7. Lee Mei Yee says:

    Pls adv how to join member, fees & how to order online

  8. kori says:

    can you advise what the best combination of suplement for women, 65 years old,have diabetes, high blood. she just finished amputation ankle sugery.

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