Life-Changing Nutrition: A Healthy Proposal

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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 on four different medications, but none of them worked. After hearing my plight, Sheila told me that in order to get a second date I needed to get on Reliv.

So I got on the products to: 1) get a second date and 2) prove her wrong about this nutrition in a can. Before long I found myself falling asleep sooner and waking up rested and refreshed. I no longer needed to drink a two-liter bottle of Mountain Dew to get through the day. I also experienced relief from life-long allergies and joint problems stemming from my athletic career.

My next move was easy. I married Sheila (my Reliv upline), retired from coaching and joined her in the business. It was the best decision I ever made. We have a seven-year-old daughter, Sydney, and the freedom our Reliv lifestyle provides allows us to attend all her school functions and field trips. We are always the first in line to pick her up from school! We are proud to be Ambassadors for this great company.

A Guide to Cycling: Ready to Ride!

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Reliv Distributor and active cyclist David Clarke shares his advice and wisdom on introductory cycling.

You’ve been watching the Tour de France. You haven’t ridden a bicycle in 20 years, but you’ve decided to peel yourself off the couch! What a terrific way to get some exercise, be out of doors and enjoy the feeling of the wind through your hair.David-ClarkeProV1

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4 Golden Rules for Greener Health

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Living green means we recycle, create less waste and use fewer resources. These are all important ways to protect the environment. But what are you doing to green up your health? A healthy environment and a healthy lifestyle go hand in hand. Let’s make every day “Green Health Day!” Continue reading “4 Golden Rules for Greener Health”

Can Eating Right Reverse Metabolic Syndrome?

SubscribeButton-webfamily eatingSome things in life we have no control over… like rain on a picnic, taxes and teenage angst. But one thing you may be able to control is your risk of metabolic syndrome.

Metabolic syndrome is a combination of symptoms that includes impaired glucose tolerance, high cholesterol and triglycerides, high blood pressure, and abdominal obesity. This dangerous package is often the pathway to heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke. A study also shows metabolic syndrome raises colon cancer risk by 75 percent. Continue reading “Can Eating Right Reverse Metabolic Syndrome?”

Rev Up Your Metabolism

Your metabolism is the engine that runs your body. Fuel it right and it runs at optimum levels to keep off weight by burning more calories. But when you clog your engine with poor food and lifestyle choices, your body tends to become sluggish and pounds can pile up. So learn how to power up your metabolism to keep off the weight — and maybe even lose some pounds while you’re at it! Continue reading “Rev Up Your Metabolism”

My Story: Amy Manning

A Second Chance at Life

Amy Manning of Tomball, Texas, has lived with chronic pain from disease and accidents for almost two decades. “I was in a serious automobile accident in 1988 and another in 1998, and went through over 30 surgeries,” Amy says. “I had been taking narcotic pain medication for over 15 years. I also had to deal with several other serious health concerns.” Continue reading “My Story: Amy Manning”

My Story: María García

For María García of Livingston, California, there was a time when her health issues were so many and so time-consuming that she had little time or energy for anything else. “There were too many to list,” she says. Insomnia, panic attacks and a host of other ailments contributed to her being in a constant state of depression. Continue reading “My Story: María García”