has anyone heard of shacklee products?
Sorry to contradict you but I’ve been on Shaklee products now for several months and have only had maybe one "flare up" since. I’m off all medications and am feeling very good. I’ve seen a big increase in my energy levels and am eating just about anything I want (only extremely small portions of that dreaded corn). I’ve had Crohn’s disease for nearly 20 years and am 36 yrs old. Shaklee does back up their products with extensive research and product development using only the best herbs and products from around the WORLD. There are no better vitamins or herbs around. Cost is a little high but to me and my family it’s worth it. And no I’m not a Shaklee salesperson or representative. Remember however what works for one person may not work for another as we all know too well. I’ve been on every med available and had two resections and dealt with the fistulas. I’ve had the abdominal cramps which sent me to the floor. The rush to the emergency room with the obstruction. Everything. I’ve been there and back. To everyone: Don’t give up; Hang in there and Keep Fighting. says… – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> This is supposed to help crohns >I tried them for a month. They made my condition worse. I’d advise you >to stay away. >— >"Hell is other people" – Jean-Paul Sartre
> This is supposed to help crohns
I tried them for a month. They made my condition worse. I’d advise you to stay away. — "Hell is other people" – Jean-Paul Sartre
This is supposed to help crohns
>> This is supposed to help crohns >I tried them for a month. They made my condition worse. I’d advise you >to stay away.
I’d advise you to be a little more careful in your analysis. Did the shaklee products make you worse, or was there some other unaccounted for factor? I’m not defending the products, but they could have helped you, and other factors could have offset the good part. You truly have no direct evidence either way. If you really want to try this stuff, I would look at the price and any studies that can say they help. What are the individual herbs or nutrients involved? Myself, I would skip the shakelee, and go to a doctor/chiropractor/practioner who specializes in diet and nutritional based therapies. Be careful, though, you can spend a lot of money in a hurry, and you have to make careful decisions about expertise of your health professional — and if they are over-prescibing suppliments (which means more $ for them). Also, keep in mind that there is a chance you won’t see any improvement, but then again you may. Just my two cents…. Good luck, Bill