Reliv and Multiple Sclerosis

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Reliv and Multiple Sclerosis

by rota10 on Mon Feb 25, 2008 12:00 AM

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I've been reading several messages about Reliv and felt I had to contribute.  I have had miraculous results..... HUH, you say.  This is not a canned speech, not a practiced testimonial for the company or anything like that.   I am being completely honest and sincere when I tell you that I am a walking, talking miracle of sorts.  In May of 2001 I started using the Reliv Supplements and at that time was almost in a wheelchair.  My entire left side was affected to the point of almost being paralyzed.  I could not lift my left leg or foot, bend my knee and was so weak I had to swing my leg from the hip to move it.  My left hand was useless and I could only carry things in the crook of my arm.   After taking Reliv products, I am now walking without a cane and only have a slight limp... when I am tired.  Most of the time I walk normally, with a balance stride.   My left hand is now normal.... I am typing... something I could not do way back when.   I HAVE MY LIFE BACK.... THANKS TO RELIV!!!

I tried other products over the years.... took LifeForce for about 6-8 mos but didn't have the energy I get from Reliv.

I am telling you all, very sincerely, that there is nothing that works as good as Reliv to repair our bodies.   It is the right nutrition in a balanced, synergistic formula that works at the cellular level.... it keeps our cells from mutating and becoming cancerous or diseased. 

I wish you all a safe and succesful journey to health.  Try Reliv... using it properly will give you your quality of life back and isn't that worth every dime ?   I think it is. 

 

 

 

 

RE: Reliv and Multiple Sclerosis

by neroli on Fri Mar 27, 2009 12:00 AM

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On 2/25/2008 rota10 wrote:

I've
been reading several messages about Reliv and felt I had to
contribute.  I have had miraculous results..... HUH, you say.  This is
not a canned speech, not a practiced testimonial for the company or
anything like that.   I am being completely honest and sincere when I
tell you that I am a walking, talking miracle of sorts.  In May of 2001
I started using the Reliv Supplements and at that time was almost in a
wheelchair.  My entire left side was affected to the point of almost
being paralyzed.  I could not lift my left leg or foot, bend my knee
and was so weak I had to swing my leg from the hip to move it.  My left
hand was useless and I could only carry things in the crook of my
arm.   After taking Reliv products, I am now walking without a cane and
only have a slight limp... when I am tired.  Most of the time I walk
normally, with a balance stride.   My left hand is now normal.... I am
typing... something I could not do way back when.   I HAVE MY LIFE
BACK.... THANKS TO RELIV!!!

I tried other products over the years.... took LifeForce for about 6-8 mos but didn't have the energy I get from Reliv.

I
am telling you all, very sincerely, that there is nothing that works as
good as Reliv to repair our bodies.   It is the right nutrition in a
balanced, synergistic formula that works at the cellular level.... it
keeps our cells from mutating and becoming cancerous or diseased. 

I
wish you all a safe and succesful journey to health.  Try Reliv...
using it properly will give you your quality of life back and isn't
that worth every dime ?   I think it is. 

 

 

 

 


I'm
so glad I found this forum and then your post - I was diagnosed
with multiple sclerosis in 2000, and it was a very unusual case. I'd
lost the use of my legs, with my right side mainly affected, and was
losing vision and the use of my arm and hand on that side, along with
the other, hard to mention, miseries that usually accompany many years
with the disease - only all this hit me within a couple months.  The
neurologist seemed like he'd do backflips, for catching a case that
unusual, and I "should" have been wheelchair bound, and mostly
paralyzed, etc., within only 2-3 years, instead of the usual 20-30.  

I
recovered, and have had no trouble with it since, by using the healthy
plan most recommended and based on extensive medical studies.  It took
over a year, and I could forget I even had it, while at the same time I
can always bring it back if I "louse up".  In other words, I had a
totally accurate diagnosis, all the tests held zero news for me, it
wasn't some one-time attack bs.  I spent about a year recovering, and
the nutritional therapy was the old fashioned way, following the
recommended diet, especially based on my own results on food
sensitivity tests, which in my case were dramatic enough to be very
unusual.  

Then there was also taking about $100+ monthly in supplements,
all recommended for specific reasons with research science and buried,
but very extensive and perfectly sound, medical studies.  After more than 5 years, I quit
the supplements - I'm back in school, and really couldn't afford them,
and just had found that was the first time I could give them up without
any signs of the multiple sclerosis coming back.  

Now I just
managed to get rheumatoid arthritis - at least it's a mild case, but
obviously, my immune system is telling me something.  Besides having
given up the supplements, I tend to live on what I call "bachelorette
chow", no real nutrition at all.  The only thing going for me (and it's
big!) has been avoiding the things that set my body off.  

The
rheumatoid arthritis doesn't worry me, because I realized right away
I'd gotten overconfident, and had to get the supplements back.  Long
story short, I called someone I know who does Reliv, even though I'd
never heard anything about it, not having known this person for long; I
was just fishing for better deals.  All the sales stuff would have sent
me running, except that I read an ingredients list that echoes the
things that got me well before, to a downright eerie extent, even with
the herbs, anti-oxidants, and digestive support.  Only one high-dose
vitamin was missing; now I'm waiting for my first order, and was just
nervous enough to (I thought) run a quick google - and find all this
controversy, and some scary stuff.  I can't afford to louse up; I'm
single, still have to do grad school, still can't afford it (Reliv is
fairly similar to buying everything individually), etc.  

I guess
the only real answer will come from trying it, but I wish there was
less controversy all over the web; this post was the only thing I found
linking it to multiple sclerosis, even though I'd heard of other
autoimmune disease responding well to it (I have celiac, IBS, chronic
fatigue, all kind of usual these days!).  I already know more
nutrition, and some of the anti-oxidant and other healthy things, are
what I'm missing, so I didn't think this could go wrong - here's hoping
my experience is similar to yours!  

 

 

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