OUR PARTNER

WHY SHAKLEE?

The Thrive Now Network is proud to partner with Shaklee, the nation’s number one natural nutrition company, in order to provide safe, clinically-supported nutrition and lifestyle products in a world full of questionable and often, dangerous, alternatives.

Shaklee has a 57-year-old legacy of SAFETY, CLINICALLY PROVEN EFFICACY, INNOVATION and ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP. Their products are always safe, they always work and they are always green.

Shaklee is a company with integrity and always pays in forward.

Shaklee by the Numbers:

  • 350 tests on every botanical ingredient for harmful contaminants
  • 100,000 quality tests a year to ensure purity and potency
  • 20 million people who’ve lived a healthier because of Shaklee
  • 33 years of clinical studies
  • 100 published scientific papers
  • 111 medal-winning performances at the Olympic games
  • 2000 the year that Shaklee became the world’s first Climate Neutral certified company
  • 1 million trees planted
  • Zero lawsuits
  • Paid out over $7 billion in commissions to their distribution base

And these are just the highlights.


“The medical field is interested in treating disease. I am interested in building health.”

– Dr. Forrest C. Shaklee
 

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Shaklee is an amazing company that provides a healthier life and a better life for anyone.  I am honored to be a part of such a passionate company who rewards us for helping others!

Ami Whelan, Attorney & Mother

SHAKLEE'S ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT

Shaklee Corporation is the first certified Climate Neutral Company in the world, achieving the distinction in 2000. Shaklee purchases 100% renewable energy, renewable energy credits, and greenhouse gas emissions offsets for worldwide activities.

Green Innovation

1960 – Shaklee introduces Basic-H Concentrated Organic Cleaner, one of the first non-toxic, biodegradable cleaners

1972 – Shaklee introduces Basic-L, one of the first biodegradable laundry detergents without phosphates, nitrates or borates.

1990 – Basic-H is chosen as one of the first official Earth Day products

1991 – Shaklee household cleaners and personal care products are selected for use in the Biosphere 2 Project in Arizona

1991 – Shaklee introduces Basic-D one of the first phosphate-free automatic dishwashing detergents

Environmental Leadership

2000 – Shaklee is the first company in the world to obtain Climate Neutral™ certification and totally offset its CO2 emissions, resulting in a net zero impact on the environment.

2002 – Shaklee receives the Climate Protection Award from the EPA

2008 – Shaklee is awarded the Stevie for Best Corporate Environmental Responsibility Program by the American Business Awards.

2008 – Shaklee named to the Top 20 Retail Partner List by the EPA Green Power Partnership

2010 – Shaklee named an Industry Innovator by Climate Counts for the company’s leadership in taking voluntary action to address climate change

Shaklee’s Environmental Partners

The Green Belt Movement

Shaklee is honored to have had the opportunity to work with the late Dr. Wangari Maathai, a tireless pioneer and advocate for freedom who empowered women in Africa to become economically independent through her organization, The Green Belt Movement.

She was the first woman from Central and East Africa to earn a doctorate degree and the first person to win a Nobel Peace Prize for helping to improve the environment. Together, we successfully completed a worldwide effort to plant a million trees, as part of our A Million Trees. A Million Dreams.™ campaign.

Wild Dolphin Project

A nonprofit organization dedicated to the study and preservation of dolphins

Shaklee products have been aboard numerous missions to the open seas in an effort to support researchers’ ongoing studies of dolphin behavior in their natural habitats.

Ocean Alliance

The Ocean Alliance is a global leader in whale research and conservation. For over 10 years, Shaklee has been supporting the Ocean Alliance in their efforts to raise awareness about the effects of pollution on marine life.