5 Ways the MA Super Bundle Builds Business

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The Master Affiliate (MA) Super Bundle gives you nine LunaRich® Super Packs (each with four cans of Reliv Now® and two 120-count bottles of LunaRich X™). Here’s why starting your business here is a great decision:

1) You qualify as an MA and can earn at the highest profit level — 35% on retail with your first MA order, 40% on all orders after that.

2) You can earn overrides as you help others join you— residual income! You earn 5% wholesale on their first Super Bundle, and then 8% overrides on all their business after that!

3) You qualify to earn cash bonuses, including a Rookie Bonus of up to $1,000 in each of your first three months as an MA!

4) You qualify to earn Reliv incentive trips. Achieve MA right now and your name will be entered into an exclusive drawing to win a trip to paradise! Check it out.

5) You get Reliv’s two most popular products packaged to move — fast. This simplifies the decision for new people to get started with Reliv. The result: speedy success!

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Keeping Kids Healthy: Building Immunity Through Nutrition

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Ah, the joys of fall — the leaves are turning, the pumpkins are out and the kids are back in school.  During all those back-to-school preparations, did you remember to prepare your child’s immune system? Fall is also the start of cold & flu season and all the sniffling, sneezing and coughing that goes with it, putting our immune systems to the test.

Prevention: The Earlier, the Better
It’s important to remember with children that their immune systems are still developing and are not the same as an adult’s. The immune system strengthens over time. During the first few months of life, an infant relies partly on mother’s antibodies. We see that babies often get infections that are uncommon in adults and react differently to vaccines. It isn’t until a child is about five years old that they are able to make effective antibodies against certain antigens. A child’s immune system won’t resemble an adult’s until he or she reaches puberty.

That’s why it’s so important to teach our kids good habits now that support their developing immune systems and overall health. Continue reading “Keeping Kids Healthy: Building Immunity Through Nutrition”

Inflammation and the Changing Face of Sports Nutrition

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by Tina Van Horn, Research and Business Development Coordinator at SL Technology, Inc., a Reliv Company

Redefining Sports Nutrition

The term “sports nutrition” invokes images of buff gym rats lugging around kegs of protein powder, as well as lithe distance runners throwing back concoctions of carbs and electrolytes en route to the finish line. Yes, these types of athletes have unique nutritional needs and use specialty supplements to support their performance goals. But sports nutrition can benefit more than just elite athletes. In fact, you don’t have to be an “athlete” at all to benefit from the research and products labeled for sport. Continue reading “Inflammation and the Changing Face of Sports Nutrition”

4 Tips to Move 100+ Super Packs This Month

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How do you move 107 LunaRich® Super Packs in one month? According to Scott Weaver of Imler, Pennsylvania, there’s no secret: “Being sincere about helping people is my key to success. Making this business about others is what it’s all about. It’s not magic — show people you care and the results will come.”

Scott’s organization was able to move all those Super Packs by building momentum — by bringing in new people who brought in more new people. “Super Packs get people excited,” he says. “When they see the boxes stacked in front of a room and hear the stories about what these products are doing for people, they want what’s in the box.”

Thanks to the Super Pack, Scott finished first in volume among all Distributors in the nation in April, earning a Kalogris Humanitarian Award and a trip for two to Quebec City for the 2014 Leadership Celebration. Learn how you can earn the trip this month.

And all those Super Packs are helping people see better results. “People used to leave our presentations with one can of Reliv Now® and one bottle of LunaRich X™,” Scott says. “Now they leave with a four-month supply. And with these two remarkable products, they can’t escape seeing results!”  Continue reading “4 Tips to Move 100+ Super Packs This Month”

LunaRich Graduates from MPSC

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New manufacturing and research structure maintains product quality, facilitates research and fosters continued innovation.

By Andrew Birney, Chief Operating Officer of SL Technology, Inc., a wholly owned Reliv subsidiary

Change is the product of innovation. As Reliv’s innovation engine, SL Technology understands that change is a positive force, especially in the dynamic, fast-paced, ever-changing world of the global nutrition industry. Not only does the technology change rapidly, but so do business relationships and industry objectives.

The past three years have been a whirlwind of change for SL Tech (formerly Soy Labs). Since moving to the Missouri Plant Science Center (MPSC) facility in 2011, Soy Labs has thrived in the culture of open innovation fostered there. Access to the MPSC labs and processing equipment provided the necessary tools to develop and refine the method of production for the first commercially available form of the lunasin peptide. Continue reading “LunaRich Graduates from MPSC”

Your Epigenetic Life

By Tina Van Horn, Research and Businss Development Coordinator, SL Technology, Inc., a Reliv company

The right nutrition and lifestyle choices during all stages of life can have a profound influence on your good health. When it comes to developing healthy habits, “The sooner the better — but it’s never too late!”

Have questions about epigenetics? You’re not alone! Discussions about epigenetics are likely to generate more questions than answers. In this emerging science researchers are pushing forward to find answers to the unlimited questions naturally generated by a new field of study. But while you wait for answers to all the “What ifs,” you can stay ahead of the curve by getting to know the basic principles of epigenetics.

The Epigenome: Your Health’s ‘Comfy Sweater’
Epigenetics is based on the understanding that the epigenome is programmed through a lifetime of experiences. Epigenetic influences have subtle, cumulative effects that may be difficult to measure in the short term because they are so understated. The genome (DNA) that you are born with is static, like a straight jacket that you must conform to.  You can fight it all you want, but it’s not going to give. Your epigenome, on the other hand, is flexible — more like a comfy sweater. You can move around in it, stretch it, change its shape and… if you damage it, you might be able to fix it!

Your epigenome changes as you age and interact with the environment. These environmental interactions begin prior to conception and continue through the entire life cycle.

Researchers agree the epigenome is most susceptible to environmental influences during specific developmental periods in life, including the prenatal period, infancy, puberty and maturity. How and when genes are activated (or inactivated) can have a profound effect on human development and healthy aging. If epigenetic modifications occur at crucial stages of life, they can potentially change behavior, wellness and disease susceptibility.

Early Influences on Your Lifetime of Wellness
Exposure to severe conditions during prenatal development and adolescence can result in epigenetic changes that persist later in life and increase the risk for health problems. It is no surprise that a number of epidemiological studies associate adverse environmental conditions early in life with risk for developing disease in adulthood. Research links many chronic health conditions in adulthood with persistent agitations or influences during early-life nutrition.

Cells divide rapidly in the early growth stages of prenatal development and infancy. It is during this cell division that epigenetic changes are applied. Inherent epigenetic programming instructs stem cells to develop specialized functions which determine the type of cell it becomes (skin, blood, muscle, etc.). Maternal nutrition also provides epigenetic instruction during pregnancy and starts to establish positive and negative marks on an otherwise relatively blank epigenome. It is these marks that begin to “program” how your genes will express themselves as you age.

Physical growth and sexual maturity during adolescence provide another critical period for epigenetic influence. The epigenetic inheritance of future generations may be the most susceptible as eggs and sperm are developing and may be imprinted by epigenetic events. Trans-generational epigenetics is a rapidly evolving research area that is reinforcing the importance of the nutrition and lifestyle choices of teens and young adults.

Undoing the Damage
For those who have reached maturity, there is still good news. Your comfy sweater of an epigenome is still pliable, which allows some epigenetic modifications to be reversed. Meaning, you might be able to undo some of the damage from poor dietary and lifestyle choices made early in life.

The potential ability for dietary compounds to reactivate epigenetically silenced genes in damaged cells may hold the key to disease prevention and therapy.

Other compounds such as resveratrol, vitamin D and niacin, among others, have also been recognized for their positive effects on epigenetic health.

Some epigenetic modifications appear to be more permanent than others, suggesting that reversing these marks requires subtle, consistent intervention to promote optimal cell functioning. But even these stubborn marks may fade over time and be replaced by healthy gene expression through positive epigenetic influences.

You Have the Power
As the field of epigenetics matures, research will identify specific diet-gene interactions that will allow you to combine what you know about your individual genetic identity and life stage with specific dietary interventions to reduce susceptibility to age-related health conditions. Much more research is needed, however, before nutritional epigenetics can be positioned for personalized dietary intervention.

In the meantime, a proactive approach to general well-being through proper nutrition and supplementation, physical activity and stress reduction are the first steps toward a lifetime of epigenetic wellness. No matter what your age, you have the power to influence your body’s epigenetic instruction. The sooner, the better — but it’s never too late.