February Reliv ‘Prodcast’: Heart Health

The monthly Reliv Product Call is now the “Reliv Prodcast.” And we’ve updated a lot more than just the name…

In addition to the phone-in presentation on the first Wednesday of the month and phone-in recording available all month long (view call details), you can now listen to the Prodcast online. That gives you a whole new, much easier way to share the latest nutrition news and inspiring Reliv health stories with everyone you know. This month, just share this link and follow up!

Even better, we’ve made the Prodcast available on iTunes. Check it outSo not only can you access an archive of Prodcast recordings online, you can download them to your device to listen to anytime, anywhere — at the gym, in your car, wherever you go! Subscribe to the Prodcast to have it automatically download all future episodes and notify you when they’re published.

Listen to the February Prodcast below, download it on iTunes and share the life-changing benefits of Reliv nutrition with the world.

February Prodcast: Heart Health
Featuring Steve Hastings and Dr. Carl Hastings

Find out how Reliv products can improve your heart health as Dr. Carl Hastings outlines the cardiovascular benefits of optimal nutrition and Reliv consumers share real-life success stories.

The Soy Solution for Better Womens Health

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For years, studies have demonstrated the connection between soy and the easing of menopause symptoms, particularly hot flashes. But a recent analysis of 19 studies provides an even clearer picture of just what soy isoflavones can do. Continue reading “The Soy Solution for Better Womens Health”

Why Happiness and Health Go Hand in Hand

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Are you a glass half-empty or half-full kind of person? Hopefully, it’s the latter. Being positive and looking at the sunny side of life can keep you healthier, research is telling us.

One study found people who are happy, lively, or exhibit other positive emotions are less likely to get sick when they’re exposed to a cold virus. Researchers also found that when happy people contract a virus, they report fewer symptoms. Continue reading “Why Happiness and Health Go Hand in Hand”

Fiber Loves Your Heart

SubscribeButton-webfiber loves your heartFiber plays an important role in lowering your risk of heart disease. Harvard researchers found that a high total dietary fiber intake was linked to a 40 percent lower risk of heart disease. In addition, several studies show a high-fiber diet with whole grains can also help prevent metabolic syndrome, which often leads to heart disease as well as diabetes. Continue reading “Fiber Loves Your Heart”

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”