Reliv questions

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Reliv questions

by lolsze2 on Wed May 06, 2009 12:00 AM

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My Father is undergoing chemotherapy for lung cancer, meaning his appetite ranges from wanting to eat a horse to barely keeping down water. The problem is that he has cancer in his mouth earlier, and when a tumor was removed, so were his bottom gums. The surgery was not as invasive as most people think, considering he wore dentures to eat. The problem is that he is still waiting for a surgery to rebuild his gums, meaning his dentures do not fit, therefore he cannot eat solid foods.

So the battle is trying to maintain his weight and ensure he is receiving proper nutrition without eating normal foods. Recently we had heard about Reliv through an aquaintence that sells it, and she was talking about all of the research that was done with cancer patients and how much it can improve their quality of life. I was wondering if anyone has tried any Reliv products and if they truly are working, or if someone is trying to make easy money.

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by KeithAll on Tue Jun 02, 2009 12:00 AM

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My family has been drinking Reliv for 5 years now and we have been blessed with better health. Our health costs dropped dramatically when we began drinking Reliv.

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by caregiver_61 on Fri Jun 19, 2009 12:00 AM

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I am taking reliv for 5 years bc of an auto immune disorder called lupus.

My dad started taling reliv when he found out that he has colon cancer and we both could not even exist without that product. We were so desperaete that we did not even ask to many questions and trusted in the product and also the people who sell it. We are glad that we did!

Karen

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by AAA_ReLiving on Fri Jul 24, 2009 12:00 AM

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I recently mentioned the possible effects of Reliv and good Nutrition on this website, and had it taken off as "soliciting" . I wanted only to point out "We have to try" to know if it works. I have not made any money fro Reliv, although a member for 9years, and have given it to family, needy, and taken it myself. Some people only see the "MONEY" in some things some want the World to be healthy, and happier. Reliv Organisation is feeding starving around the world. Look up the True/Real Website and see. I have indeed used Vitamin Therapy all my life, as a possible/probable Leukemia sufferer as a child, was fed on natural and vitamin rich (tonic) substances an have lived to tell the tale of "Nutrition" ( 66yrs in 6 days ) fit, healthy, no medication, last 'flu in 1993, weather it is Reliv, Life Force, cheaper products in Supermarkets etc. GIVE IT A GO, and see the difference. Not over-night, perserverence required. 6 different cancer "sufferers" in my extended family have survived and not "suffered" their Cancers, So Good Luck, everyone and we who offer these items DO CARE. Thanks, Susan xxxxxxx

On 5/6/2009 lolsze2 wrote:

My Father is undergoing chemotherapy for lung cancer, meaning his appetite ranges from wanting to eat a horse to barely keeping down water. The problem is that he has cancer in his mouth earlier, and when a tumor was removed, so were his bottom gums. The surgery was not as invasive as most people think, considering he wore dentures to eat. The problem is that he is still waiting for a surgery to rebuild his gums, meaning his dentures do not fit, therefore he cannot eat solid foods.

So the battle is trying to maintain his weight and ensure he is receiving proper nutrition without eating normal foods. Recently we had heard about Reliv through an aquaintence that sells it, and she was talking about all of the research that was done with cancer patients and how much it can improve their quality of life. I was wondering if anyone has tried any Reliv products and if they truly are working, or if someone is trying to make easy money.


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by mrsbigal on Thu Aug 20, 2009 12:00 AM

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My husband, too, had cancer of the throat, base of tongue, soft palate and was subsequently left with the inability to swallow solids.  He has suffered for 8 years with aspiration pneumonia requiring full-time antibiotics.  He was going to bed everyday at noon because of fevers, chills, body aches and a 55 lb weight loss.  On July 4th of this year, we were introduced to Reliv by a friend and have incredible, if not miraculous results.    He has not required an antibiotic since that date. He has gained 6 lbs in 6 weeks and is now going to bed like everyone else and sleeping like a baby at night.  His fevers are gone and this stuff has truly given him hope and good health.  We will never go without this supplement again and i would highly recommend it to everyone!

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by kajunkrewzers on Fri Sep 11, 2009 12:00 AM

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My 55 year old husband was diagnosed with primary liver cancer (HCC) in June 08 and given a grim prognosis - 30 days or less to live.  His tumor marker was 55,000. He began Reliv the next week.  It was not easy for him at first, but he drank three shakes each day and saw results with the way he felt after three days. He began chemo the following week (Nexavar) and has had no significant side effects to date.  He continues to enjoy life and his tumor marker at his last blood test was 163, down from 55,000!  He has maintained his weight which I understand is very unusual with liver cancer.  We have been given time,14 additional months to spend together with our family -- there is no greater gift.  We are truly thankful Reliv came into our lives when it did.  If you are reading this message and you or someone you know is considering Reliv, I can only urge you to look past your skepticism and don't waste time thinking about it.  Just try it.

I also began taking it and have had results with Meniere's Disease, TMJ, and post-surgical nerve damage.  My conditions were by no means life-threatening  but each of them at times interruputed my daily living.  I am thrilled with the results I have goten in the last nine months including.

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by LadyDi6 on Sat Jun 05, 2010 08:57 PM

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On May 06, 2009 12:00 AM lolsze2 wrote:

My Father is undergoing chemotherapy for lung cancer, meaning his appetite ranges from wanting to eat a horse to barely keeping down water. The problem is that he has cancer in his mouth earlier, and when a tumor was removed, so were his bottom gums. The surgery was not as invasive as most people think, considering he wore dentures to eat. The problem is that he is still waiting for a surgery to rebuild his gums, meaning his dentures do not fit, therefore he cannot eat solid foods.

So the battle is trying to maintain his weight and ensure he is receiving proper nutrition without eating normal foods. Recently we had heard about Reliv through an aquaintence that sells it, and she was talking about all of the research that was done with cancer patients and how much it can improve their quality of life. I was wondering if anyone has tried any Reliv products and if they truly are working, or if someone is trying to make easy money.

I have a friend who was diagnosed with Leukemia after having been on Reliv for 3 years. He previously avoided a back surgery because of tissue and and cartilage rebuilding.  Everyone was stunned that he would have Leukemia.  The Dr told him that it had been there a long time and something (Reliv) had kept it from progressing.  They traced it back to working in the nuclear power plants in the 70s before safety regulations were in place. 5 of his friends/co-workers died of the same Leukemia. 

The Dr wanted to immediately start chemo/radiation/bone marrow transplant.  After much debate with the Dr, he agreed to let them do what people on Reliv do with cancer.. which is to flood the body with it.  He gave them 90 days (to waste their time), and if there wasn't a difference in the bloodwork... they would have to stop taking the Reliv and do what the Dr wanted.

Went back 90 days later and there wasn't a trace of Leukemia.  That Dr has never shared those results with any of his patients (conflict of interest).  I've seen so many others have similar results.  It's just the body responding to this great nutrition.

My family's results are with eczema, carpal tunnel, restless leg, knee cartilage, gout, enlarged heart, ADHD, allergies, seizures.  Wouldn't be without it.  Best wishes.

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by kvaughn on Thu Dec 30, 2010 02:15 AM

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On Sep 11, 2009 12:00 AM kajunkrewzers wrote:

My 55 year old husband was diagnosed with primary liver cancer (HCC) in June 08 and given a grim prognosis - 30 days or less to live.  His tumor marker was 55,000. He began Reliv the next week.  It was not easy for him at first, but he drank three shakes each day and saw results with the way he felt after three days. He began chemo the following week (Nexavar) and has had no significant side effects to date.  He continues to enjoy life and his tumor marker at his last blood test was 163, down from 55,000!  He has maintained his weight which I understand is very unusual with liver cancer.  We have been given time,14 additional months to spend together with our family -- there is no greater gift.  We are truly thankful Reliv came into our lives when it did.  If you are reading this message and you or someone you know is considering Reliv, I can only urge you to look past your skepticism and don't waste time thinking about it.  Just try it.

I also began taking it and have had results with Meniere's Disease, TMJ, and post-surgical nerve damage.  My conditions were by no means life-threatening  but each of them at times interruputed my daily living.  I am thrilled with the results I have goten in the last nine months including.

I am interested in how Reliv has helped your Meniere's.  I have a good friend who had to have the surgery in hopes it would help the vertigo and she still suffers from it and still cannot go back to work.  It has been going on for years.  Did it help you?

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by hope4better on Wed Jul 04, 2018 06:37 PM

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I might be too later answering your question. I hope your father tried Reliv. Reliv changed our lives. I got my life back from a rare nerve condition. I was on tons of meds and on disability for 6.5 years. Doctors told me there was nothing more they could do for me. I was about to end my life. Reliv gave my life back in 3 months. My neurologist was amazed, and wrote a letter stating I need Reliv for my medical condition. My whole family got positive results from seasonal allergies, knee pain to acid reflux. My mom was in hospice care with terminal cancer. I put Reliv into her feeding tube. She turned around and recovered so much. She did no cancer treatments because she was too old and disabled, doctors said there was no treatment plan, and sent her to hospice care. Reliv is not a cure or a treatment. It’s the best food we found. We are happy that we got educated, and made our own decision to use Reliv. It’s not a quick fix or money, my sponsor spent so much time educating me and helping me. She often doesn’t get any money from Reliv, because we are both at the highest discount/profit level, she only benefit from my purchase when she has certain volume in her group. I myself try to help people with Reliv, and I have to tell you that it isn’t easy money. I spend so much time educating people, and most of the people are too skeptic and don’t care to learn. It’s like 1% of the people I talk to actually get on the products. I chose to share Reliv, but some days I just want to get a job I can get paid by the hour because it is easier. But because I believe in the products, I continue to share, so I might be able to save lives or change people’s lives.

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by davezuro on Fri Aug 03, 2018 02:22 AM

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Nutrition is definitely what your father must have to overcome the effects of chemo.

Reliv will definitely provide the nutrition his body needs because of the balance of nutrients and especially because of its bio-availability (over 96%).  Very much worth consuming!

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