I have to say I say hear a red all these post what's sad is you say the FDA has nothing but complaints about Reliv and why wouldn't they you seen to be a smart women I would hope anyway if you really new what the FDA really does you would be in shock these people approved all kind of food that are bad for us WAKE up people we are getting sick because for most of the stuff the FDA approved. At the ean of the day if we went back to eating real food and stay away from boxed and can food and all that fast food maybe one feel better inside Reliv helps your body it doesn't heal your boby . Our body is amazing and if we feed it the right thing it will heal it safe at times but if we have been putting junk in our body for years it will take some time to get better and has for your 40 bucks to go by a nice meal I hope your telling people go green with that 40 I'm just saying eating right cost money eating junk will take you right to a Dr and the pills they will give you to try and fix the mess we have done to our boby well your a smart women yiu get where I'm going there is nothing wrong with share with people something that is go for the body but that's just me. By the way your FDA approves of crap like McDonalds and last I checked they have to start putting labels on there stuff saying contains stuff that can cause cancer HMMMMM but the FDA is ok with this heck yea they are because it makes them money . Reading is powerful
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