Tag: women’s health
Read more: How Women’s Nutritional Needs Change
By Director of Product Development & Fit3 Trainer Tina Van Horn There are so many quotes and social media tags promoting strong women, but the truth is, it takes a lot more than just a hashtag and a motivational quote for women to be authentic #bossbabes. I will be the first to admit that my strength…
Read more: Celebrate Healthy Women with SoySentials
Many women spend their time caring for others while balancing education and career demands. With increasingly busy schedules, the concerns women have about their own health can fall by the wayside. May, Women’s Health Care month, is a great time for women to take stock of health goals, risk factors, family history and…
Read more: The Soy Solution for Better Womens Health
Help for Hot Flashes 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.
Read more: My Story: Priscilla Smith
No More Naps! Daily naps were the only way Priscilla Smith of Alpharetta, Georgia, could deal with constantly feeling tired. “I just felt so zapped all the time, especially in the afternoons,” says Priscilla, who also found herself retreating to her bed once a month with symptoms of severe PMS, which included migraines, constipation, nausea,…
Read more: My Story: Rich and Tina Nolin
Reliv Earns ‘Top Honors’ With High Schooler Rich Nolin and his wife, Tina, of Hudson, Massachusetts, were thrilled with their Reliv results. Rich experienced relief for acid reflux and Tina had positive results with SoySentials® dietary supplement for women. But the story they enjoy telling most has a different main character: their son, Zackery.
Read more: 5 Steps to Better Women’s Health
Many women are notorious multi-taskers who function best with a list in hand. Yet often you’re left off your own “to-do” list while you care for everyone else. You’ve heard it before: To be able to better care for others, you must take care of yourself. And if mama’s happy, everyone’s happy!