Reliv Studies

Real Nutrition for Real ResultsAt Reliv, we believe in our products. That’s why we actively seek out research scientists to conduct studies to evaluate their efficacy. It’s part of our commitment to keep Reliv on the forefront of advanced nutrition.

The cutting-edge ingredients that go into Reliv formulas are clinically proven effective, so we figured that our own synergistic combinations would produce even better results. Turns out we were right.

GlucAffect® Clinical Study

In an eight-week, placebo-controlled clinical study of overweight individuals with elevated blood glucose levels, subjects taking four daily servings of GlucAffect and participating in a diet and exercise program lowered their fasting blood glucose by an average of 30%, resulting in healthy blood sugar values. In addition, those taking GlucAffect lost an average of nearly 16 pounds during the eight-week period. Learn more.

CardioSentials® Clinical Study

A double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study of CardioSentials tested individuals taking statin medications and participants not on statins. Among both groups, CardioSentials significantly reduced total cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides, as well as increased HDL (good) cholesterol and lowered blood glucose levels. Learn more.

Reliv Now® and FibRestore® Study

A 60-day, multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled study showed that taking Reliv Now and FibRestore may help with lowering the risk factors for cardiovascular disease, such as high cholesterol, high triglycerides and high uric acid levels, especially in overweight individuals and those with elevated blood sugar. Learn more about Reliv Now and FibRestore.

Reliv Classic® and Innergize!® Study

A 4-week feasibility study of 37 patients undergoing or just having completed radiation and having significant radiation fatigue showed that a combination of Reliv Classic and Innergize! may help reduce fatigue in patients undergoing radiation. Learn more about Reliv Classic and Innergize!

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