6 Signs of Dehydration

6 Signs of Dehydration

Your breath, skin and body temperature may be telling you that your body is running low on water. Dehydration occurs when the body has a low level of water for properly function.

Dehydration occurs when the body has insufficient water to function properly. While mild dehydration may be just uncomfortable, more severe dehydration can lead to blood clots, seizures, and other potentially fatal complications. Clearly, severe dehydration must be treated promptly, but even mild dehydration can have adverse effects on mood and energy. It’s important to catch any degree of dehydration early, but the aren’t always obvious ones like thirst and fatigue.

Sign #1 Bad Breath
Maybe some may not know this but salive has antibacterial properties, but due to dehydration, this can prevent your body from making saliva. If your body isn’t producing enough saliva, bacteria overgrowth will occur in your mouth, and one of the side effects of that is bad breath.

Sign #2 Dry, Flaking and Cracking Skin
Most of people think that people who get dehydrated are really sweaty, but the fact is, as you go through various stages of dehydration, your skin will get super dry! And your skin may appear flushed as well. If you want to check, a dehydrated skin when pinched will remain tented, and will take some time to return to its normal, flat appearance.

Sign #3 Muscle Cramps
Dehydration is only one potential cause of muscle cramps, but it’s one worth considering if you get cramps while exercising, particularly in a hot climate like in Malaysia. As your body temperature increases, so will your risk of a muscle cramps, and that is from a pure heat effect on the muscles. As your muscle works harder, they can fail to function from the heat itself. Changes in the electrolytes, such as sodium and potassium may lead to muscle cramping as well.

Don’t be surprised but even in cooler weather, dehydration is possible if you don’t drink enough fluids while working out. The symptoms may be milder or come on slower, but dehydration carries the same risks, regardless of the outside temperature.

Sign #4 Fever and Chills
In severe case of dehydration, you may also experience fever and chills. Fever, in turn, can worsen dehydration, and the higher the fever, the more dehydrated you will become.

Sign #5 Food Cravings, Especially for Sweets
When you are dehydrated, it can be difficult for your organs to function – especially organ like the liver, which uses water to release glycogen and other components of energy stores, so you can actually get cravings for food.

While you can crave anything from the chocolates and candy to salty snacks, craving for sweets are more common because your body may be experiencing difficulty breaking down glycogen to release glucose into the bloodstream to use as fuel.

Its also not uncommon for the body to confuse the feeling of thirst with hunger, meaning that you may feel hungry when all you really need is water.

Sign #6 Headaches
Mild dehydration can cause a dehydration headache and even trigger a migraine headache. Since it’s often not clear what is causing a headache, drinking a full glass of water and continuing to sip more fluids during the day is an easy way to ease your pain if, in fact, dehydration is contributing to it.

Tell-tale Signs of Dehydration
An easy way to tell that you are dehydrated is you feel thirsty. But the downside is, if you are already feeling thirsty, it means you are already dehydrated. But lack of thirst doesn’t necessarily mean you’re well hydrated. Here are two other ways to check whether your body is dehydrated.

Try the skin test. Use two fingers to pinch up some skin on the back of your hand, then let the skin go. The skin should spring back to its normal position in less than a couple of seconds. If the skin returns to normal more slowly, you might be dehydrated.

Check your urine. If you’re well-hydrated, your urine will be mostly clear with a tinge a yellow (the colour of light lemonade before it hits the bowl). Darker yellow or orange are the warning colours to watch for. If you see those colours, start drinking fluids.

Tips for Staying Hydrated
When it comes to daily water intake, it is recommended that most women get about 2.7 liters of water a day – which is about 12 cups, and most men get about 3.7 laters a day, which is about 15 cups. Those totals include water gained from food and beverages like tea, milk, and fruit juice.

Here are some times for getting all the fluids you need and avoiding dehydration:

Keep your water bottle handy. If it is right next to you, you’ll likely get into the habit of sipping it without even realising it.

Spice up plain water. If you want to spice up your plain water, adding a splash of fruit juice or chunks of fresh frozen fruit, such as – lemonade, strawberry, cucumber, blueberries, and more!

Drink tea. Unsweetened teas are available in many flavours. Sipping on fruity iced teas during the day with lots of ice, or a hot peppermint or chamomile tea at night to keep cool during the night.

Shaklee Cinch Tea is a best bet for the cause too. Here’s a safe and natural way to head off the slumps when you need a quick pick-me-up in your looser-fitting pants. An exclusive blend of green, white and red teas, as well as taurine, naturally boosts your energy and enhances alertness. Enjoy morning or afternoon, hot or cold.

Swap your snacks. Swap your dry snacks like chips, pretzels, and crackers – which have zero to low water content – with refreshing munchies like fresh or frozen fruit, yogurt, healthy smoothies, celery with peanut butter or a handful of various cut veggies with hummus.

Pile on the produce. Aim to make half your plate with vegetables and fruits. All those veggies and fruits will supply water as well as a hearty dose of vitamins, minerals, and fibre.

Sip more during meals. Sipping water with meals will help you more slowly, pace your eating, which can help you lose weight. And plus, keeps you hydrated.

Additional support. Obtain support from supplements like the Shaklee Performance Drink. Quench that thirst for winning. Bring out your best performance and keep the momentum going. With proprietary OPTI-LYTE™ electrolyte blend plus unique mix of carbohydrates to deliver instant and sustained energy and support optimal hydration. You can choose one of two flavours available – Orange or Lemon Lime!

Stay hydrated guys! H2O matters and it keeps you alive and well! Need more info on the products mentioned above, please do not hesitate to contact Mommy J for a free consultation and great deals on Shaklee products.

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Cope With Ramadan

Cope With Ramadan

Happy Ramadan to all our Muslim friends. Fasting can be a breeze to some, but to some it may be hard and cause some painful and uncomfortable side effects. Here are six ways to ease fasting discomforts.

No. 1 Indigestion aka Heartburn
Indigestion has many possible causes. Often, indigestion is related to lifestyle and may be triggered by food, drink or medication. Common causes of indigestion include: Overeating or eating too quickly. Although the body produces less stomach acid during fasting, heartburn and bloating are commonly-reported complaints. Thinking about food or smelling it can naturally signal to your brain that a meal is on the way, causing your stomach to generate more gastric acid which would then lead to heartburn and bloating.

Don’t fret, here are easy ways for you to reduce that uncomfortable heartburn!

√ During sahur and iftar, avoid eating too much. Eat in moderation and in slow pace.
√ Avoiding oily and spicy food.
√ Avoid drinks with high caffeine content (coffee, tea, sodas, etc).
√ Soy may even help neutralise acid in the stomach and the oesophagus. Soy protein contains less fat than most meat and dairy products, making it a safer choice for people with gastric problems.
√ Add peppermint and ginger to reduce stomach discomfort, bloating and gas.

No. 2 Constipation
During berbuka puasa, it is so important to eat right and well. Avoid refined food and opt for a healthier alternative. Too much refined foods, too little water and not enough fibre in the diet can cause constipation during fasting.

The best way to avoid constipation would be –

√Hydrate as much as you possibly can during sahur and iftar. You can try the Shaklee Drink √Performance to ensure maximum hydration as well as energy!
√ Consume a fibre-rich diet with lots and lotsa fruits and vegetables
√ Regulate bowel movements with Herb-LaxTM, a natural laxative.

No. 3 Lethargy
As the hours go by, you’d probably experience hunger and you might start to feel weak. This is because when you fast, glucose levels in our blood start to drop. You may experience weakness, tiredness, lack of energy and dizziness towards the afternoon during fasting hours in Ramadhan.

The most important part is to know what to consume during sahur to avoid this.

√ Get a boost of energy and stay hydrated with Shaklee Performance drink, take B vitamins and CoEnzyme Q10.
√ Pre-plan you sahur and iftar meals. So you’d know what to have and not forget. Include energy sustaining foods such as the Shaklee ESP Protein and feel full and energised throughout the day!

No. 4 Headache
Now, everything seems so wrong and you really want to just give up because of not enough sleep, hungry, and feeling so so dehydrated. Hang in there. Don’t give up just yet.

Here is what you need to do to keep the headache away!

√Get adequate rest and quality sleep. Wake up feeling fresh for sahur. Reminder: Do not skip sahur!
√ Incorporate ESP Protein in your meals to sustain energy and lengthen satiety effects.
√ Rehydrate and power up with Performance®, with its unique blend of electrolytes.

No. 5 Dehydration
Fasting creates a greater risk of dehydration especially with the hot and dry whether in Malaysia. As a result, it may lead to fatigue, headache and nausea.
Fortunately there are a number of ways you can boost your hydration levels by doing one, two or more of these things:

√ First of – keep your body cool. Wear loose, lightly colored clothing in natural fabrics such as cotton, linen, or silk. Semi-synthetics such as rayon and modal can also be worn to combat body heat. Scientists are developing fabrics created especially to keep you cool, such as thermal regulation fabrics. Products made with these types of fabrics are often designed for sport and outdoor activities.
√ Avoiding salty food like salted fish, pickles and salty snacks. Salt may further worsen the dehydration condition.
√ Taking Performance®, an ideal drink that rehydrates, providing energy to keep you energised.

No. 6 Unintended Weight Gain and Obesity
We may experience unintended weight gain as there could be a tendency to overeat or over-indulge in rich, fatty foods. This off-sets the physical benefits of fasting.
Here are ways to keep your body healthy and fit and get that physical benefits of fasting!

√ Eating in moderation. If you’d like to take something fulfilling and fat burning, Shaklee Cinch is the best way to go! Just add in your favourite fruits and blitz with ice, and your set.
√ Observing healthy eating habits through self-control and discipline. Watch what you eat and eat slowly. Overly hungry can cause eating faster than you should, so, before eating, its best to drink a glass of water and slowly eat your food. Enjoy every bite and be grateful for every bite.
√ Closing nutritional gaps with Meal Shakes that provide 19 essential vitamins and minerals.
√ Taking Lecithin, a natural fat emulsifier.

So, there you go! All the best and don’t give up! Take Shaklee with you and it’ll ease you journey.

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Mommies Day History

Mommies Day History

Mothers are such worldly creatures. No one could ever understand the ability of being a mother – if one is not a mother. Juggling more than the number of her hands, and sticking her neck out for all her loved ones. The last one to rest just to secure the fort, and the first one up to make sure everything is in order before her soldiers rise in the morning! A mother can weaken the knees of a strong big man. A mother can stop the storm in a daughter’s heart. After a long hard day at work or school, a mother’s warm hug can just make it all disappear. A mother is the one you’d call first about anything and everything. A mother just knows what to say or do to make things right.

Mother’s day is when people choose to celebrate their moms, to show her how grateful you are for her. But I do personally feel that mothers should be celebrated every single day. Show her your love her every day by helping her out with the house chores and not being a brat about it. Before you leave the house, kiss her goodbye and never ever forget to tell her how much you love her. Nonetheless, have you ever wondered the history of Mother’s day? Well everything has its origin, and its background story on how it first started. Lets read on together!

The wondrous celebration of mothers and motherhood can be traced back to the ancient Greeks and Romans, who held festivals to honour the mother goddesses Rhea and Cybele. Though the clearest modern precedent for Mother’s day is the early Christian festival known as, “Mothering Sunday.”

It was once a major tradition in the UK and parts of Europe. This celebration fell on the fourth Sunday of Lent and was originally seen as a time when the faithful would return to their “mother church” – which is the main church in the comfort of their own home for a special service. Over time the Mothering Sunday tradition shifted into a more secular holiday, and children would present their mothers with flowers and other tokens of appreciation. This custom eventually faded in popularity before merging with the American Mother’s Day in the 1930s and 1940s.

Ann Reeves Jarvis

As for the in the United States, in the years before the Civil War, Ann Reeves Jarvis of West Virginia helped start “Mothers’ Day Work Clubs” to teach local women how to properly care for their children. The official Mother’s Day holiday arose in the 1900s as a result of the efforts of Anna Jarvis, daughter of Ann Reeves Jarvis. Following her mother’s 1905 death, Anna Jarvis conceived of Mother’s Day as a way of honoring the sacrifices mothers made for their children.

This is an undated picture of Anna Jarvis, from Grafton, West Virginia, who promoted and achieved the proclamation of Mother’s Day as a national holiday, in honor of her mother, Anna Marie Reeves Jarvis. (AP Photo)

Want to honour the mothers in your life? Why not honour them by giving the gift of great health and vitality! Checkout these wonderful Mothers Day gift combo from Shaklee to help you celebrate the Queen of your life!

Mothers Day Premium Gift Set
Shaklee Collagen Plus Powder 3 Pack Gift Set
Shaklee Vivix Twin Pack Gift Set

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Healthy Hair

Healthy Hair

The hair is a crown – one that should be taken care of. Many people view healthy-looking hair as a sign of health or beauty. Like any other part of your body, hair needs a variety of nutrients to be healthy and grow. In fact, many nutritional deficiencies are linked to hair loss. While factors such as age, genetics and hormones also affect hair growth, optimal nutrient intake is key. Below are 5 vitamins and 3 other nutrients that may be important for hair growth.

No.1 Vitamin A

All cells in the body requires vitamin A for growth. Which includes hair, the fastest growing tissue in the human body. Vitamin A also aids the skin glands in making sebum. Sebum moisturizes the scalp and helps keep hair healthy. Vitamin A deficiency causes several problems, including hair loss. While it’s important to get enough vitamin A, too much may be dangerous. Studies show that an overdose of vitamin A can also contribute to hair loss.

Vitamin A can be found in food such as sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkins, spinach and kale are all high in beta-carotene, which is turned into vitamin A. Vitamin A can also be found in animal products such as milk, eggs and yogurt. Cod liver oil is a particularly good source.

No. 2 Vitamin B

One of the best known vitamins for hair growth is a B-vitamin called biotin. Studies link biotin deficiency with hair loss in humans. Although biotin is used as an alternative hair-loss treatment, those who are deficient have the best results. However, deficiency is very rare because it occurs naturally in a wide range of foods. There’s also a lack of data about whether biotin is effective for hair growth in healthy individuals. Other B-vitamins help create red blood cells, which carry oxygen and nutrients to the scalp and hair follicles. These processes are important for hair growth.

You can get B-vitamins from many foods, including whole grains, almonds, meat, fish, seafood and dark, leafy greens.

No. 3 Vitamin C

Free radical damage can block growth and cause your hair to age. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps protect against the oxidative stress caused by free radicals.

In addition, your body needs vitamin C to create a protein known as collagen — an important part of hair structure. Vitamin C also helps your body absorb iron, a mineral necessary for hair growth.

Vitamin C can be found in strawberries, peppers, guavas and citrus fruits are all good sources of vitamin C.

No. 4 Vitamin D

Low levels of vitamin D are linked hair loss. Research also shows that vitamin D may help create new follicles — the tiny pores in the scalp where new hair can grow. Vitamin D is thought to play a role in hair production, but most research focuses on vitamin D receptors. The actual role of vitamin D in hair growth is unknown.

That said, most people don’t get enough vitamin D and it may still be a good idea to increase your intake. Your body produces vitamin D through direct contact with the sun’s rays. Good dietary sources of vitamin D include fatty fish, cod liver oil, some mushrooms and fortified foods.

No. 5 Vitamin E

Similar to vitamin C, vitamin E is an antioxidant that can prevent oxidative stress. In one study, people with hair loss experienced a 34.5% increase in hair growth after supplementing with vitamin E for 8 months.

Vitamin E can be consumed through sunflower seeds, almonds, spinach and avocados are all good sources of vitamin E.

No. 6 Iron

Iron helps red blood cells carry oxygen to your cells. This makes it an important mineral for many bodily functions, including hair growth.

Iron deficiency, which causes anaemia, is a major cause of hair loss. It’s especially common in women. Foods which contain iron includes clams, oysters, eggs, red meat, spinach and lentils.

No.7 Zinc

Zinc plays an important role in hair tissue growth and repair. It also helps keep the oil glands around the follicles working properly. Hair loss is a common symptom of zinc deficiency.

Studies show zinc supplements reduce hair loss caused by zinc deficiency. However, there are some anecdotal reports that supplementing with too high of a dose can also contribute to hair loss. For this reason, it may be better to get your zinc from whole foods.

Foods high in zinc include oysters, beef, spinach, wheat germ, pumpkin seeds and lentils.

No.8 Protein

Hair is mostly made of protein. Consuming enough is crucial for hair growth.

Foods rich in protein is lean meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy products, yoghurt, cheese, seeds and nuts, beans and legumes, and an option of soy products such as tofu for vegan.

Shaklee Vita Lea Iron Formula contains all the vitamins and nutrients needed for you to grow a strong and healthy hair.

Other than Vita Lea, Collagen Powder Plus is also great for an overall health especially for women.

So there you go! Get on in and have the most beautiful hair ever! Need more information on the Shaklee Vita Lea and Collagen Powder Plus, do contact Mommy J for a free consultation and best deals on other supplements.

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Stay Healthy With Shaklee

Stay Healthy With Shaklee

One problem with countries on the South East Asia side, especially right now, in Malaysia, when it gets too hot, swampy areas burst into flames, and causes burning. And when it gets too hot, the ground gets hot and the trees die and get so dry that they burn themselves. Or sometimes, burning are caused by irresponsible people. But how can you stop this, right? What you could do is beat the haze, and stay healthy throughout the ordeal.

No. 1 Avoid Exposure

The first thing would be to avoid exposure. Obviously. Don’t stay outside for too long if you can. Inhaling burning residue is a life hazard. It can make you ill – causes coughing and worst for those who has asthma. It irritates the eye as well. Also, if you are a healthy junkie and must get in a 30 minute run, at least, do it indoors. Avoid exercising in the open. Activities that makes you breathe deeply can make you suck in pollutants deep into your lungs. It is also best to avoid smoking. Other than exposing your lungs to the same toxins found in hazy conditions, smoking makes your lungs more sensitive to the effects of the air pollutants.

No. 2 Stay Indoors!

This is the best time to stay indoors. Stay indoors as much as possible and keep all doors and windows closed shut. It is also best to invest in a good quality air purifier with a drop or two of lemon essential oil as it will help you clear the air or eucalyptus or peppermint essential oil to clear any congestion and coughing. If you have an air conditioner, turn it on but make sure the air filter is clean!

No.3 If you can’t abide to no.1 and no.2 – WEAR A MASK!

It is advisable that those advises those with existing heart or respiratory ailments, or those more susceptible to the effects of haze to wear a respiratory mask when outdoors.

Respiratory masks, such as N95 masks, are designed to keep out fine particulate matter and hence protect the wearers from breathing in the smoke particles in the air. The mask should be changed when it gets soiled or distorted in shape.

A note of caution: surgical masks and paper masks do not provide adequate protection from haze particles. Their main purpose is to prevent the spread of body fluids and do not filter out haze particles.

No.4 Alleviate the symptoms caused by the HAZE!

Haze often cause a couple of known illness. It irritates the nose, throat, airways, skin as well as the eyes. The common symptoms include sneezing, runny nose, dry throat, cough and eye irritation.

Symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, dry throat and cough can be relieved through simple cough tablets or mixtures available in pharmacies. Other than cough medicine, it is also best to prevent than cure, right? Why not take Shaklee Sustained Release Vita C Plus to boost immune system and keep your family healthy.

If you experience irritation in the eye, it is best to apply a few drops of saline solution to act as natural tear supplements. This will help wash away haze compounds or dust particles that get into the eyes.


No. 5 Tweak your diet

Well, prepare your body for the change around you. If the haze in your area continues to disrupt your daily activity, and it is impossible for you to not go outside and get exposed, it may help that you make certain changes in your daily nutrients that will provide a measure of internal pollution protection.

Vitamin A rich-foods such as liver, carrots, sweet potatoes, mangoes, spinach contains can help you protect your eyes, lungs and the oxygen-capabilities of your bloodstream, and help put up a wall of defence to your lungs from air pollution. The oxidizing chemicals in haze destroy the vitamin A stores in the lung tissue, thus decreasing the efficiency of the body’s first line of defence against carcinogens.

To easily incorporate Vitamin A, you could try the Shaklee Vita Lea Iron Formula. It contains multi-vitamin goodness, including Vitamin A (as beta carotene) found in carrots, sweet potatoes, red and yellow peppers, etc.

Vitamin C and E together to keep lung tissue healthy. It helps the body in fighting free radicals and renew damaged cells. Daily supplements of both builds up levels of a protective protein that prevents enzymes released during inflammation from destroying the lung’s elastic properties. Shaklee Sustained Released Vita C Plus and Shaklee Vita E Complex is a great combo to protect your internal organs and keeping it healthy. Vitamin C will help you boost your immune system and keeps your skin healthy. Vitamin E in the other hand protects Vitamin C and A from being destroyed in the body. It also acts an antioxidant property, as well as aids in the absorption of oxygen.

Researchers say that selenium activates glutathione peroxidase, as important antioxidant enzyme that helps keep lung tissue elastic. Foods rich in selenium include grains, seeds and fish. On the plus side, selenium can also be found in the Shaklee Vita E Complex! Great right?

In addition, it is probably best to avoid foods high in saturated fats. Why? Saturated fat intakes has been linked to a higher risk of developing lung cancer. Instead, train yourself to eat lots of salads, and other raw vegetables and fresh fruits! Lalapan sounds great righ about now, with all the blanched local veges, you can never go wrong.

If the haze around your area hasn’t subside and your body is starting to show signs of illness, get on the phone and contact Mommy J for a free consultation and for the best deals on Shaklee supplements.

Or take the advantage of the Jom Shaklee promotion! Ask Mommy J about the Daily Essentials Set and get 10% discount off the set, free membership and more great benefits!

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FREE  2 Bottles of Vivix

FREE 2 Bottles of Vivix

FREE 2 bottles of Vivix from Shaklee


On 15 December, Shaklee announced a very special promo for all Shaklee Independent Distributor (SID) in Malaysia. It was a newly launched campaign throughout my 2.5 years in Shaklee business.

Shaklee offered 3 #JomShaklee set with extra 10% discount for all new members.

ONLY FOR NEW MEMBERS. Omgg cryyy. I wanna buy Vivix at a cheaper price also cannot. Sad sob sob.

The 3 sets are

  1. Vivix Twinpack
  2. Youth Starter Set
  3. Family Wellness Set

For all these 3 sets, you will be entitled with 10% discount (instantly), FREE membership worth RM65, FREE delivery worth RM10, Special freegift from Shaklee, 5% cash rebate.

This is a very special PROMO for everyone because these are the hot items that usually sold off fast haha.

Just now I said I am sad at first right??


There is another program offered by Shaklee.

Sell or promote 6 #JomShaklee sets to any 6 new members from 15 Dec 2018 until 28 February 2019 and I will get 1 #JomShaklee set for FREE. I can choose any of the sets above.


Crazy! FREE terus haha. I am so excited so I told everyone in my team #teamTGG including my aunty, my mom, my siblings lolz.

This program is OPEN TO ALL, not only for active business members. So you just have to promote Vivix Twinpack to your friends, families, siblings, in laws and who knows you will stand a chance to win the FREE VIVIX. Best kan?


So I am for at least 1 set of VIVIX for FREE. If I get it, I will give my parents 1 bottle and my in law 1 bottle. Hehe.

Guess what??

I managed to sell 6 sets of #JomShaklee. Yippeeeee!

Can you see my NAME? Hehe.

I choose 2 bottles of VIVIX that is worth RM760 (member price).Some people ask how I did it? The answer is to follow some techniques that we have created in our own group. We call it #4DCD technique and #PMOC technique.Our secret weapon tau. Come and join my team to learn all these techniques.

Not only me alone who got this. We have 23 members under #teamTGG who received their #JomShaklee set for FREE.


12 Sets of #JomShaklee (entitle for 2 sets of #JomShaklee for free)

Dayang Siti

Michelle Rinjang


6 Sets of #JomShaklee (entitle for 1 set of #JomShaklee for free)

Jeslynn (myself haha)

Jennifer Hii

Diane Tan

Mbok Mira

Juvein Tan


Pei Ling

Kelly Fern

Mee Ling

Ira Faraniza

Lina Ting

Imelda Billy

Tracie Kong

Amelna Anuar


Joan Wong





Another GOOD NEWS!

Shaklee also announced that if any leader with 6 Direct Sponsored Downlines who each sponsored 6 NEW SID who purchase this #JomShaklee set will be rewarded with RM1,500 cash reward!

And I am one of the award holder yayyy!

I will be receiving the Cash Reward during Shaklee National Convention 2019 this April.

Thank you Shaklee.

And thank you to all my leaders who managed to seal 6 #JomShaklee sets each.

Not to forget all our loyal customers who have been supporting us since Day 1. Without you all, there is no #teamTGG.


#JomShaklee Program is BACK. Are you excited? I am very very very excited lolz.

Again, promote any 6 sets to any of your friends, families and colleagues, you will get to choose 1 set of #JomShaklee for FREE.

This time they offered slightly different sets. The 3 sets are

  1. Vivix Twinpack
  2. Youth Starter Set
  3. Daily Essential Set (Vivix, B Complex, ESP, Vitalea, OmegaGuard, Vita C)

So what are you waiting for??

Come and join Mommy J and I will guide you how to get this for FREE.

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