It had been three years since my first Reliv Kalogris Foundation (RKF) trip to Haiti, a trip I will never forget. While I had not forgotten that experience in my heart and head, from a sensory standpoint, my memory of what it is like to physically visit an RKF program had faded. Then I visited our programs in the Philippines. Continue Reading →
Join us in congratulating the following Reliv Distributors who earned cash bonuses in the month of November!
TOP 10 ROOKIE BONUS
1. Shukri Naley from Minnesota, $1000
2. Rukia Mohamud from California, $800
3. Henry & Malinda Beiler from Pennsylvania, $700
4. Lynn & Andrea Howard from Oregon, $600
5. Maureen Blassou from Maryland, $500
6. Abib Musse from Minnesota, $450
7. Godfrey Osayamwen from Texas, $400
8. Roberta Draft from Michigan, $350
9. Isabel Lopez & Natalio Hernandez from Oklahoma, $300
10. Holly Holbrook-Swonger & Clifford Swonger from Ohio, $250
ROOKIE BONUS SPONSOR WINNERS (each receives $100)
Andy & Irene Detweiler from Iowa
Abdi Hashi & Qadro Mohamud from Indianapolis
Rukia Mohamud from California
Fidelis Ochonogor from Texas
Olivia & Lucio Peralta from Oklahoma
Maureen Shepherd from Virginia
Nimco Siyad from California
Mary & John Smith from Indiana
Eileen & James Tesch from Michigan
Miriam Wolf from Oregon
David & Betty Blazic from Kansas
Dawn & David Vanamberg from Michigan
I have a full library of books, both fiction and non-fiction. I read almost every day; it’s the last thing I do before dropping off to sleep. What’s interesting is that now much of my reading happens on a Kindle, which I have mixed emotions about! I’ve built an electronic library, but it’s hard to display! Continue Reading →
By popular demand, a recording of this month’s nutrition webinar, “From Food to Nutrition: A Century of Challenges, Priorities & Progress,” is now available for viewing. Learn how changes in the last century in food production and processing, as well as consumer behaviors, have produced unintended health problems — and what you can do to reverse the trend. Hosted by Tina Van Horn, Director of Research and Business Development at SL Technology, Inc., a Reliv Company.
Be sure to stay tuned for news on our next webinar and join us live.
Doesn’t it seem a cruel irony that the holiday season corresponds with cold and flu season? As the weather gets colder and the twinkle lights come out, we’re all hoping our immune systems are ready to fight the airborne assault of germs headed our way. Compounding the problem is all our indoor time without fresh air and the germy surfaces we touch (ticket counters, airplanes, rental cars and escalators at shopping malls). While there’s no way to guarantee you’ll feel fantastic on Christmas morning, there are things you can do to give your immune system a fighting chance. Continue Reading →
Please consider the Reliv Kalogris Foundation in your end-of-year giving. With your support, we can reach our “Be the Change” goal for 2014 and continue to serve RKF feeding centers around the world. Together we can honor Dr. Theodore Kalogris and help achieve Reliv’s mission to Nourish Our World.
By Cayla Collins
Starting any business is a roller coaster. We all have different seasons in our business. Which season are you in? Do you need to refocus? The business is simple but sometimes we need to give ourselves a reality check. Ask yourself, what have I done today to strengthen my Reliv business today? Here are my three suggestions. Continue Reading →
Download and cut out your very own #PocketBlueMan, take a creative photo to share online and you could win a Reliv prize during the month of December. Be sure to us the hashtag #PocketBlueMan and share on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. We’ll be checking out all your entries and choosing the most creative!
Most of us aren’t getting the nutrients we think we are. A comparison between the 2013 International Food Information Council (IFIC) Functional Foods Consumer Survey and National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) data exposed large gaps in the percentage of consumers who believe they are getting the recommended Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI) and the percentage of those who actually do. 68% believed they consumed enough vitamin D, but only 32% actually did. For potassium, 61% believed they consumed enough versus the less than 3% that actually did; for fiber, it was 67% versus 5%. Continue Reading →