Winning the Race: Terry French

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Name: Terry French

Home: Lake Odessa, MI and Belleview, FL
Gigs: Reliv, office and imaging supply company owner
Reliv Regimen: Arthaffect®, ProVantage®, Innergize!®, Reliv Now®, Reliv Classic®, FibRestore®

Looking for hope: I was living a sedentary life, wracked by discomfort caused by post-polio syndrome. A friend from church brought me ‘hope in a can’ called Reliv and within weeks I felt like myself for the first time in many, many years.

An athlete’s journey: That began a journey that would lead to me becoming a hand cycle racer. I ride 50-70 miles a week, fueled by Reliv nutrition, and in the process have added 25 pounds of muscle!

Winning the race: I’m 59 years old and race against guys 20 and 30 years younger than I am, but I am a strong competitor. It is a miracle that I was able to compete with these exceptional athletes, and Reliv helped this miracle happen.

Return to Health: Cecily Croston

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Name: Cecily Croston
Hometown: Idaho
Gigs: Retired Escrow Officer
Reliv RegimenReliv Now®, LunaRich XTM, Arthaffect®, FibRestore®

Reoccurring problems: Before Reliv, I struggled with respiratory issues, including
bronchitis and colds, maintaining stable blood sugar levels, and daily joint and back discomfort.

Return to health: I found Reliv in 2014 and went through that fall and winter without
bronchitis or the flu for the first time in four years. Recent blood work shows my cholesterol is down and my blood sugar levels are within healthy ranges.

I can do more: I’m especially grateful that my back issues have improved, and that by putting all these nutrients into my body, I want to do more. I started eating healthier and exercising when I could — and have lost 25 pounds!

Travel Tips: How to Have a Healthy, Inexpensive Vacation

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Are you in need of a fun trip, full of activity but hesitant to take your trip in fear of breaking the bank? You’re in luck! There are lots of great places to visit that give a lot of bang for a little buck. My fiancé and I recently returned home from a super relaxing yet active trip to the breathtaking Smoky Mountains! We did a lot of research on where we wanted to spend our vacation and looked for fun, free activities to engage in while we were there. Getting prepared ahead of time allowed us to have a fun-filled trip while sticking to our budget! Here are some tips to help keep your costs down and have a wonderful, guilt-free vacation! Continue reading “Travel Tips: How to Have a Healthy, Inexpensive Vacation”

Reliv Recognition: January 2016

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We’re so proud to kick off 2016 with some very exciting business builder recognition news! We have Top 10 Bonus Winners who all earned a Dr. Ted Plaque for a January volume over 16,000. Our First Place winner, Rosemary Bell, earned the very last Dr. Ted Humanitarian Award before we pass the torch to our Sandy Montgomery Award for a volume of over 30,000 for one month. Wow, Rosemary! We raise our shaker cups to you.

We also have the pleasure of recognizing new Presidential Directors from January: Diane and Kevin Helmold! These are exciting times in Reliv, and this is a chance to meet some of the people who started 2016 with great action in their business. Continue reading “Reliv Recognition: January 2016”

Science & Health Today: 3 Ways to Stick with Your Healthy Resolutions

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By Tina Van Horn, Reliv Product Marketing Specialist

How about a little reality check on that New Year’s resolution that you made to lose weight, eat healthier or start exercising?  Are you still going strong?  Or, do you prefer not to talk about it? Don’t feel too bad if your enthusiasm for change has faded to frustration — as many as 80% of New Year’s resolutions are abandoned in time to indulge in Valentine’s Day chocolates. But, hold off on waving the white flag just yet.  I have a few strategies that may help you find the motivation that’s missing and give you a fresh perspective on your goals. Continue reading “Science & Health Today: 3 Ways to Stick with Your Healthy Resolutions”

Reliv Recognition: November 2015

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As 2015 comes to a close, we congratulate all of you who have been recognized for moving your businesses forward this year. Whether new to Reliv or a long-term partner, you have helped to make a difference in our mission to Nourish Our World.

Many of you are looking to close the year strong and maybe even earn a trip to Cancun! We will certainly celebrate ‘reading your name’ on a special Monday night call, January 11, as you dream of lying on the beach via an all-expenses paid trip with many other Reliv friends (and a few of us) in recognition of your achievement.  Continue reading “Reliv Recognition: November 2015”

5 Tips to Help You Concentrate on Concentrating

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Ever find yourself thinking one million thoughts at once? You’re not alone. We are constantly trying to multitask and cram too many things into one little day — or even one little moment. Many of us struggle with getting anything done because we can’t focus. Stop the craze! These simple guidelines can help prioritize your thoughts and get you back on track. Continue reading “5 Tips to Help You Concentrate on Concentrating”

6 Tips for Healthy Happiness

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A healthy lifestyle isn’t just about working out and eating well. Living healthy and happy starts with a strong, positive mental outlook. Mental and physical health go hand in hand, and many people struggle with their self-concept and self-worth. When people don’t feel good about themselves, they can go to the extremes of eating way too much or not eating at all. A healthy lifestyle is about balance. Continue reading “6 Tips for Healthy Happiness”

Fitness: The Healthy Choice

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Life is filled with choices, some harder than others, but in every case the decision is ours. What will I eat for breakfast? What will I wear to work? What will I do when I get home from work? What do I want my life to look like in 10 years? The list goes on and on. And all these questions center around one big one: What lifestyle will I foster and live out?

Living a healthy life means eating right, exercising and taking care of ourselves. It requires being healthy in mind, body and spirit. Fitness is central to it all. Whether you’re going to the gym or playing tag football with your kids every Sunday, there are many great options for staying physically fit. The endless benefits exercise supplies your body, mind and spirit should get you moving every day. Check out these key rewards and hop to it! Continue reading “Fitness: The Healthy Choice”