Make Good Health Run in Your Family

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Join host Tina Van Horn, Director of Research and Business Development at SL Technology, Inc., a Reliv Company, to learn what you can do to promote optimal health for everyone in your home. The webinar is open to all and takes place LIVE at noon CT this Thursday, May 21. Invite friends and bring your questions for the live Q&A immediately following the 15-minute presentation. Click here a few minutes before noon CT on Thursday to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

Lifetime wellness begins with healthy habits early in life. Learn how you can use the power of Reliv nutrition and epigenetics to turn on your family’s good genes!

Because of Reliv: My Entire Family is Healthy

Carter-webVicki Carter from Myrtle Beach, SC, shares her thoughts on how her whole family has benefited from Reliv.

I was an office manager for 16 years and always had to use vacation time to attend my daughter’s school functions. I noticed that other parents were at every school function and seemed to have more free time. That’s when another parent
introduced me to Reliv. I became a Distributor that month and a Master Affiliate the next. What began as a great business opportunity turned into a way for my family to become healthy together.
I had gained some weight over the years that I needed to lose, and Reliv helped me do it. My husband has seen incredible health results too — his cholesterol, allergies and digestive health have all improved. Our whole family feels great!

Health Is All in the Family

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Family Groceries 8-3-11In your family, special mementos, such as your great-grandmother’s china, may be passed along through generations. You may also inherit Uncle Fred’s prominent nose, Aunt Bertha’s musical talent — or your mother’s poor heart health. Family provides the foundation of well-being, physical attributes and our health — good or bad.

Many health problems, including major illnesses like heart disease and diabetes, as well as contributing risk factors such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol, can be rooted in genetics. If your family has a history of these health issues, you’re at higher risk for developing them. Continue reading “Health Is All in the Family”