Shaklee Clinical Research
At Shaklee, scientific research has been a corporate strategy for over 30 years. Our commitment to clinical and scientific research separates Shaklee from the competition and has resulted in over 100 scientific papers—90 of them published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Our research studies are designed to help advance the state of scientific knowledge in the health and nutritional sciences, and they are a significant component of the Shaklee Difference.
The links below represent a sample of recent Shaklee sponsored research related to vitamin D intakes, multivitamin supplementation, sports nutrition, immune support, and omega 3 fatty acids.
For Medical Professionals Only: For a full list of Shaklee clinical and scientific research publications, please visit the Clinical Research Study Archive at www.physicians.shaklee.com
Exercise and Nutrition More Effective than Exercise Alone for Increasing Lean Weight and Reducing Resting Blood Pressure
Carbohydrate supplementation spares muscle glycogen during variable-intensity exercise
Effects of Vitamin D Supplementation on 25-Hydroxyvitamin D and Markers of Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Subjects with High Waist Circumferences
Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D is independently associated with high-density lipoprotein cholesterol and the metabolic syndrome in men and women
Shaklee/National Lipid Association Vitamin D Presentation 2009
Effect of two sports drinks on urinary lithogenicity