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.

The “Dos” of To-Do Lists

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If you are anything like me, you like to make a list and be able to cross off everything by the end of the day. It’s a sense of accomplishment! But it’s easier said than done. Need some help? Here are 6 “Dos” you should consider for the next time you make a list — it just might help you get a few more things done. Continue reading “The “Dos” of To-Do Lists”

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”

4 Tips To Break Your Winter Workout Rut

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Snowflakes are falling, it’s 15 degrees outside, and you have zero desire to get your routine workout in. I don’t blame you! It’s so easy to fall into a slump during the winter and forget all about your regular regime. During the winter, we generally eat more, endure higher stress levels, and rest less so it’s especially beneficial to push ourselves to get our legs moving and our hearts pumping! Here are some pointers to help you get back in the groove. Continue reading “4 Tips To Break Your Winter Workout Rut”

RKF in Action: From the Dump to the Head of the Class

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When you think of the Reliv Kalogris Foundation, you might think of thousands of children fed through hundreds of feeding centers in nine countries around the world. While we are very proud of those numbers, we are proudest of the difference the RKF is making in the lives of each individual child, every one with a story uniquely his or her own. Continue reading “RKF in Action: From the Dump to the Head of the Class”

12 Health Tips for the Holidays

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SHThealthyholtipsDecBlog Making sure health remains a top priority during this special time of year

For a time of year that brings so much joy, the holidays can sure do a number on our health. It is cold and the flu and other viruses are everywhere.  You’re also carrying an extra sugar load from all the delicious holiday treats that seem to surround and follow you.  Maybe you’ve missed a few days or weeks of exercise (after all, it is the holidays), and the family is all coming to your place for the holidays so you better hurry to make sure your house is spotless, decorated like a catalogue, and everyone’s gifts are wrapped and ready to impress. This is a lot of stress for anyone’s body, mind and spirit. How about those of us who maybe haven’t been good all year health-wise?  Continue reading “12 Health Tips for the Holidays”

Thank You for Being the Change!

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BetheChangeCongratulations to this year’s winner of the “Be the Change” fundraising challenge, Kevin Pond! Kevin also just happens to be a member of the winning team, the Primordial Penguins from Southern California!

Kevin will be joining the Reliv Kalogris Foundation staff for the annual papa Noel trip to Haiti this weekend. We have also extended an invitation to our second and third place finishers, Jim & Sandy Schaben and Chris & Karin Ederer.

The trip will include a party complete with gifts for the kids in the Children’s Home, as well as a visit to three schools and a clinic, including distribution of morning shakes at one of the sites. Bringing joy to the Children’s Home is always a perfect way to start the holiday season. Congratulations to our winners and THANK YOU to all Distributors who helped the RKF Be the Change this year!