Reliv Celebrates Soy Foods Month

SubscribeButton-webSoyFoodsMonth-webApril is Soy Foods Month, and Reliv knows it’s a food worth celebrating! The buzz about the health benefits of supplementing with soy continues to build every year as new research is published about this super food. The benefits of soy are known: reduction of cholesterol, relief of menopause symptoms, protection against health problems that stem from inflammation and more. And with the introduction of Reliv’s patented LunaRich® that optimizes bioactive lunasin more than any other source today, harnessing the power of soy has never been easier! Use the posts below as your resource for information on the benefits of soy and Reliv’s mission to nourish our world with the power of epigenetics and lunasin, the epigenetic superfood!

Soy Simple, Soy Healthy!

The Latest on Soy

Soy and Your Health

The Science of LunaRich: a Q&A with Dr. Alfredo Galvez

The Soy Solution for Better Womens Health

The Truth About Soy

LunaRich and the Evolution of Nutrition

 

 

 

Vitamin C: A Nutritional MVP

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New_OrangesWhen we get enough, vitamin C can help detoxify our bodies, promote healing of cells and help us handle stress. It also supports good bacteria in the stomach, neutralizes free radicals, protects us from pollution, and much more. Continue reading “Vitamin C: A Nutritional MVP”

Apples Are a Top Health Pick

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Crunch on this: Apples are a major source of disease-fighting nutrition neatly packaged in a delicious, easily portable, portion-controlled fruit. It turns out “An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is based in fact. Science shows apples’ multiple health benefits — from your brain to your bowels. Continue reading “Apples Are a Top Health Pick”

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?”

Is There Enough D in Your Diet?

SubscribeButton-webHLT_VitaminDSunnyVitamin D has moved to the “A” list of nutrients your body needs. Yet most of us still don’t get enough.

Concerns are growing about the health risks of living with insufficient or deficient vitamin D levels. Low vitamin D levels are associated with depression, high blood pressure, heart disease, weak bones, autoimmune diseases, frequent infections such as flu, insulin resistance and even breast, colon and prostate cancer. Continue reading “Is There Enough D in Your Diet?”

My Story: Jeff and Becky Bauman

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Jeff and Becky Bauman of Drayton, Ontario, Canada, thank Reliv for helping them enjoy their professional and family lives to the fullest.

Before Reliv, Jeff, a fifteen-year professional in the demanding construction business, was looking for a way to increase his productivity.

“I suffered from after-lunch slumps where my energy level was really low,” he recalls. “Also, my aching muscles and the stress of a whole week’s work gave me headaches on some weekends.” Continue reading “My Story: Jeff and Becky Bauman”

My Story: Diana Hoover

Overjoyed to Find Relief

Diana Hoover of Watsonville, California, lived with migraines for more than two years. They grew increasingly painful and longer in duration throughout 2007. By the end of the year, she was having frequent headaches of such intensity that she ended up in the emergency room, often multiple times in a month.

Doctors worked for two full years trying to figure out why she was having the migraines and performed a number of tests with no definitive result. They tried several medications and theorized that they were a result of a heart murmur she’d had since birth. Continue reading “My Story: Diana Hoover”

Take Vitamins to Heart

Take Vitamins to Heart

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Much attention is focused on breast cancer prevention in women — and rightly so. Yet we often forget that the number one killer of women in America is heart disease.

Exercise and a healthy diet are key to a heart-healthy lifestyle. New studies are suggesting women may want to consider adding multivitamins to their fight against heart disease. Continue reading “Take Vitamins to Heart”