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September 2015 Promotion: Shaklee ESP

I have great news for all you Shaklee ESP lovers out there !
Shaklee ESP is on promotion this month. :)

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You can buy 7 canisters of ESP for the price of 6 OR you can buy 2 canisters and get 5% off your purchase !

I cannot begin to express how excited I am about this month’s promotion.
ESP ini kegilaan ramai tau !

I fell in love with ESP since I first tried it in October 2012.
My acne scars started to fade, my gastric condition eliminated and my energy was improving.
I was soooo disappointed when I could not take ESP during early pregnancy because it kept coming back out and making me feel nauseous. Hehe.

But now, I am back to my habit of drinking it daily along with all the maternal milk supplement samples I have been receiving.

Yes, ESP is safe to be taken before, during and after pregnancy !
It tastes good on its own, mixed with chilled fresh milk or chilled plain water, but you can mix it with anything you like, blend it into a smoothie or bake cookies with it.
The possibilities are limitless. Cewah.

For more information on ESP, click here.
For testimonials, click here.

Need help getting your hands on ESP this month ? CONTACT ME today !

xoxo

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Frequently Asked Questions – Soy Protein

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Some people have the perception that soy beans are bad, and would cause harms to them. Well, here are a few answers to the commonly asked questions on SOY and SOY PROTEIN.

  1. Do soy beans cause cancer?
    It is true that “overcooked” soy does contain “carcinogenic” compounds. When soy is extruded through high temperature, high pressure steam nozzles it forms what is called “textured vegetable protein – TVP for short”. Soy that is processed in this way can cause the soy product to be carcinogenic or cancer-causing. TVP is what is used in soy dogs and soy burgers, and should be avoided.  
  2. What about roasted soybeans?
    Whole soy beans are high in plant fat. If soybeans are roasted to eat as soy nuts, the heat alters the fat and makes it a trans-fatty acid, which causes both cancer and heart disease. As roasted soy nuts sit on the shelf or in the cupboard in storage, the oils are becoming more and more rancid and carcinogenic. AVOID roasted soy beans. 
  3. Aren’t soy proteins hard on the kidneys?
    Animal protein is much harder to digest than vegetable protein. Since many people have digestive difficulties, protein that is not thoroughly digested is very challenging to the kidneys. Powdered protein is in a predigested state, and is the BEST protein source to choose! Protein is not the enemy – it is essential for life. However, it is true that EXCESSIVE protein is hard on the kidneys, so if a person consumes more than 2 grams of protein per pound of body weight daily, AND does not consume adequate carbohydrates with it, this could cause kidney damage. 
  4. I have been told I can’t have soy because I have breast cancer.
    It is true that soy is a “phyto-estrogen” food, which means it contains substances that have hormone-like components. However, their estrogen strength is 1/1000th that of the body’s own stronger estrogens. Therefore, you want to load your digestive system with quality controlled raw soy powder, because these weaker estrogens will block the estrogen receptor sites from receiving your body’s own stronger estrogens and therefore be very protective against estrogen fed cancer.
Dr. Brouse received his Master’s Degree in Biochemistry from Western States College of Colorado in 1970. He was appointed by the U.S. Surgeon General to conduct metabolic research at the Army Burn Research Center in San Antonio, Texas from 1970 through 1972 on the effects of burn stress upon the immune system. His work was published and coauthored with Dr. Eurenius in the September, 1973, issue of the American Journal of Clinical Pathology. Dr. Brouse, in 1977, received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Western States Chiropractic College located in Portland, Oregon. He taught Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, and served as a Professor of Clinical Nutrition at Western States Chiropractic College for 14 years.

*These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease
For more information and to order, contact:
Melissa Raffur
Shaklee Independent Distributor [ID: 889132]
hunnylis@gmail.com
SMS/Whatsapp: 012 296 6442

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