Science & Health Today: Blood Sugar Management

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November is American Diabetes Month. The CDC’s National Diabetes Statistics Report estimates that 9.3% of the U.S. population 20 years or older, or 29.1 million people, have diabetes. Those under 20 years old with diabetes number about 208,000. For all of these individuals, monitoring blood glucose is an important daily concern — and should be a priority for all of us. Continue reading “Science & Health Today: Blood Sugar Management”

Healthy Blood Sugar: A Balancing Act

SubscribeButton-webSHT novemberMost people diagnosed with high blood sugar, insulin resistance or diabetes have it for years before knowing. The damage occurring throughout the body as blood sugar slowly rises is not always obvious. Continue reading “Healthy Blood Sugar: A Balancing Act”

Oh, The Many Wonders of Omega-3

SubscribeButton-webomega 3Despite the abundance of food in most developed countries, our diets today are still sadly lacking. One key power nutrient missing? Omega-3, an essential fatty acid. And more studies are showing that increasing omega-3 in our diets can pay off in significant health benefits, from weight loss to decreased risk of heart disease. Continue reading “Oh, The Many Wonders of Omega-3”

My Story: Angela Hosman

Weight Melts With Slimplicity
A Type 1 diabetic, Angela Hosman of Phoenix, AZ, was told by her doctor in December 2008 that if she didn’t get her blood sugars and weight under control she would lose her legs by age 35. “It was a wake-up call for me,” Angela recalls. “My mother-in-law introduced me to Reliv and I started on GlucAffect® and the basic nutrition.” Continue reading “My Story: Angela Hosman”

My Story: Greg and Gail Johnson

Living a Normal Life Again

Greg and Gail Johnson, of Olympia, Washington, found GlucAffect makes the difference in their now-healthy — and normal — lifestyle. Greg is a Type II diabetic who came to Reliv six years ago. Using Reliv’s essential nutrition, he was able to bring his blood sugar levels down considerably to a pre-diabetic level that averaged 110-120, and saw his blood pressure and cholesterol return to normal levels. Continue reading “My Story: Greg and Gail Johnson”