LunaRich and the Evolution of NutritionRead more: LunaRich and the Evolution of Nutrition
by Tina Van Horn, Director of Research and Business Development at SL Technology, Inc., a Reliv Company Our Food Is Leaving Us Empty Food is not what it used to be. Several studies have shown a significant reduction in the micronutrient content of many fruits and vegetables over the course of the 20th century. The average…
Reliv Science & Health Today: Soy Good for You!Read more: Reliv Science & Health Today: Soy Good for You!
Soy has been cultivated and eaten for millennia in China; and since the 1760s in the U.S. More recently, advances in research and manufacturing have created many new ways to enjoy the little round bean. Still, many remain unaware of the numerous health benefits of this remarkable superfood.
Life-Changing Nutrition: A Healthy ProposalRead more: Life-Changing Nutrition: A Healthy Proposal
Norm Karsevar, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina I met Sheila 11 years ago. On our first date I told her I was a college basketball coach, worked 14-18 hours a day and hardly slept, even going one or two days at a time without sleep. I added that our team doctors had put me…
Epigenetics 101: Back to BasicsRead more: Epigenetics 101: Back to Basics
The scientific buzz surrounding nutritional epigenetics is ramping up, but not everyone can be a research scientist. For people seeking simple ways to understand and explain this exciting field of study, the Reliv blog offers many articles to read and share. Use the posts below as your one-stop shop for information on epigenetics and lunasin, the…
Life-changing Nutrition: Elite PerformanceRead more: Life-changing Nutrition: Elite Performance
When we last checked in on Joshua Fleagle of St. Marys, Ohio, he was 17 years old and had qualified for the 2012 Olympic trials in the 50 meter freestyle. He trained for more than five hours per day and had been taking Reliv products for two years, thanks to the direction of his parents,…
8 Helpful Steps for Intentional Grocery ShoppingRead more: 8 Helpful Steps for Intentional Grocery Shopping
We have all been there. It’s almost dinner time and you don’t have what you need to prepare a meal. You reluctantly go to the store. Eyes glazed over, stomach rumbling and mindlessly roaming the isles, you begin to grab whatever looks good in the moment. You only went for one crucial item for dinner,…
Obesity & Epigenetics: Put on Your Skinny Genes!Read more: Obesity & Epigenetics: Put on Your Skinny Genes!
by Tamara Shenouda, project manager at SL Technology, Inc., a Reliv company Epigenetic Factors You Can’t Control Before we’re born, our parents’ choices, their health conditions and the environmental toxins they are exposed to can affect how our genes are expressed, especially during the vulnerable early development period. This includes genes related to adipogenesis, or the…
From Food to Nutrition: A Century of Challenges, Priorities & ProgressRead more: From Food to Nutrition: A Century of Challenges, Priorities & Progress
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…
A Happy, Healthy Holiday in 5 StepsRead more: A Happy, Healthy Holiday in 5 Steps
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…
Reliv Science & Health Today: Today’s Food Falling ShortRead more: Reliv Science & Health Today: Today’s Food Falling Short
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…