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Health and Wellness

1.Can I use Herbalife® products if I'm currently under the care of a doctor or taking medication?

If you are under a doctor's care, have been diagnosed with a condition or are taking prescribed medications, you should have a conversation with your healthcare professional before making any significant changes to your diet or lifestyle, including the use of dietary supplements or meal replacement products.

2.Has the glycemic index been determined for all Herbalife® products? 

No. The glycemic index (GI) has not been determined for our products. However, Formula 1 is considered to have a low GI since the carbohydrate source is fructose. Fructose is categorized as a low GI sugar which, when combined with protein and fiber (such as in our Formula 1 shake), can also help provide a lower GI. 

3.If I'm lactose intolerant, can I take Herbalife® products?

You can use some products. Many of the shakes contain milk ingredients, which are not lactose-free. If you are lactose intolerant, you should use products that indicate "lactose-free" or “free from dairy” on the label. Currently, the water-mixable Instant Formula 1 Vanilla Dream and Chocolate are labeled as "lactose-free". Also, the Formula 1 Allergen-Free Healthy Meal Nutritional Shake Mix is “free from dairy” and other allergens.

4.Are Herbalife® products considered to be part of a high-protein diet?

No. Herbalife® products are not designed to be a high-protein diet. They are part of a balanced nutritional program. We recommend 30 percent of your total daily calories come from protein. Our recommendation for protein is conservative and safe for healthy individuals.

5.Can Herbalife® products prevent/cure diseases like diabetes, cancer and thyroid conditions?

No. Herbalife® products do not cure diseases, nor are they a substitute for medical treatment or medications. Our protein shakes and snacks, vitamins and nutritional supplements, energy and fitness drinks, skin and hair care products, combined with healthy eating and exercise, contribute to a healthy, active life.

6.Where can I go for more information on balanced nutrition and dietary supplements?

Additional information is available from the International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations ( www.iadsa.org).

7.Is soy safe for women with breast cancer, breast cancer survivors, women taking Tamoxifen or other such medications, or women at high risk for breast cancer?

Yes. However, individuals under doctor's care or using prescribed medications should consult their personal physicians about dietary supplement use.

8.I'm pregnant and want to take the Herbalife® products during my pregnancy. Which products should I take? 

All nutritional supplementation during pregnancy should be discussed with your prenatal physician. Optimum nutrition during pregnancy is important to maintain your health and to minimize problems during pregnancy.

Although Herbalife® products are safe to be consumed by most adults, a few Herbalife® products bear a warning statement indicating they are not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.

 

9.Which products can lactating women use? 

New moms should give their body time to adjust to the various changes that occur during pregnancy and after delivery. A strict calorie-reduced diet is not recommended during breastfeeding, since breast milk production and quality can be affected by low calories. There is an increased need of about 300 to 500 calories while breastfeeding. With guidance from your doctor, moderate exercise may promote some weight and inch loss.

If you are lactating, you should not use any products, unless you are reviewed and cleared by your doctor.

 

10.Which products can someone with kidney problems (nephrotic syndrome, one kidney, kidney transplant, dialysis, etc.) use?

Individuals with medical conditions are advised to consult their personal physician prior to beginning use of any product because it is likely that they have protein intake limitations as well as other dietary restrictions that require guidance.

11.If I’m diabetic, can I use a weight-management program? Are there any problems?

If you are under a doctor's care, have been diagnosed with a condition or are taking prescribed medications, you should have a conversation with your healthcare professional before making any significant changes to your diet or lifestyle, including the use of dietary supplements or meal replacement products.

12.Are there any interactions with my medication(s)?

If you are taking any type of medication, you should discuss the use of supplements with your healthcare professional.

13.What should I do if I’ve hit a plateau with my weight-management results?

Make sure you are using the Herbalife® products correctly and as recommended on the label, while incorporating healthy dietary habits and exercise in your weight-management program. Please be aware that there are many reasons why an individual may experience a "plateau" in his or her weight loss. Should you have difficulty losing more weight, seek the advice of a health professional to assess and monitor other potential factors that may be hindering your success on the program.

14.How do I talk to my doctor about Herbalife® products?

It’s very easy to discuss the products with your doctor. Remove the Herbalife ingredient label from the product container and bring it to the doctor. Then simply ask the doctor: “Is there any ingredient on this label that you have a problem with me taking?” All labels are also available online at Herbalife.com.

15.I am presently taking anti-depressants. Are there any products that I should avoid?

Our products, like all dietary supplements and functional foods, are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your primary care doctor for treatment of diseases.

16.What supplements do you recommend for depression?

Our products, like all dietary supplements, are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult your primary care doctor for treatment of diseases.

17.Will Cell Activator® cause cancer cells to proliferate?

No, it will not. If you have cancer, it is important that you discuss all supplementation with your personal physician prior to use.

18.I am about to undergo chemotherapy. Are there any products that I can consume while under treatment?

Anyone undergoing chemotherapy should consult their personal physician about dietary supplement use.

19.Will soy protein reduce my testosterone levels? Is it bad for males?

No. There is no substantiated clinical evidence indicating that testosterone levels are affected by the consumption of soy protein.