A Closer Look at Eye Health

    Every day starts the same. You wake up, open your eyes, look at your bedroom ceiling and start your day. Your morning routine might be repetitious, but the gift of eyesight should not be taken for granted. Your eyes cannot properly function if denied the proper nutrients. Understanding how your eyes work and … Continue reading A Closer Look at Eye Health

A Holly Jolly Holiday: Beating the Winter Blues

    The holidays are a time to reflect on the good things in our lives, but the stress of the season can take a toll on morale. It doesn’t help that we have fewer hours of sunlight to make us feel invigorated. If you get the holiday blues, Reliv’s optimal nutrition can help by … Continue reading A Holly Jolly Holiday: Beating the Winter Blues

Science & Health Today: Getting to Know Now

    Reliv Now® delivers a complete, balanced array of soy protein, vitamins, minerals and super-powered antioxidants in one powerful shake. Reliv Now even features a new and improved creamy vanilla flavor that blends wonderfully in smoothies! You may already know that Reliv Now is good for you, but let’s take a closer look at … Continue reading Science & Health Today: Getting to Know Now

Turning Back the Clock with Optimal Nutrition

There may not be a fountain of youth, but you can choose to live a healthy, active lifestyle to prevent the signs and symptoms of aging. Taking good care of your skin, cardiovascular health and mind – on down to the cellular level – can keep some of the less desirable parts of aging at … Continue reading Turning Back the Clock with Optimal Nutrition

Soy Much Better: GlucAffect

Unhealthy modern lifestyles have produced skyrocketing rates of metabolic syndrome, a dangerous condition defined as having at least three of five risk factors: high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high triglycerides, abnormal cholesterol levels and excess body weight. A person with metabolic syndrome is twice as likely to develop heart disease and five times more … Continue reading Soy Much Better: GlucAffect