LIVING WELL Spring 2018 Newsletter

Daily Nutritional Supplements Formulated By Dr. Robert H. Keller, MD, MS, FACP, AAHIVS

Vitamins Matter More This Time Of Year

One of the great things about being a family owned and operated business, is that our team is engaged daily with customers and affiliates. We get to hear your feedback about our products, our affiliate program and how our nutritional supplements are helping you to achieve daily, dietary balance and well-being.

We also get to hear from our customers, who aren't blessed with the same weather we enjoy here in Florida. In fact, we know that many of you are one snow-shovel away from being done with Winter of 2018. Reduced sunshine, cold temperatures, and the stresses of driving during inclement weather conditions can add up to a compromised immune system; just in time, for what the WHO (World Health Organization) has called one of the worst influenza seasons in decades.

Stay hydrated. Get plenty of rest. Find time to cook healthy and balanced meals at home, and research some new and flavorful meal ideas (check out our Mulligatawny Soup recipe below). Since vitamin D levels take a seasonal dip with reduced sunlight, make it a priority to take your daily multivitamins. And if you are finding yourself a little low on energy, why not try Dr. Keller's Glutathione Rapid Boost, to supplement your hydration. A gentle energy boost when you need it most (and especially when you have to go outside, and clear the driveway again).

Why Do Antioxidants Matter So Much? Glutathione and Good Health

It is widely accepted that as we age the cells in our body accumulate damage through the harmful action(s) of free radicals. If left unchecked, free radicals promote oxidative stress and play a contributing factor in a variety of human diseases including cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and macular degeneration.

Antioxidants in every cell of our body work hard to neutralize free radicals, to help reduce cellular damage and oxidative stress. There are a variety of antioxidants that contribute to the neutralization of harmful free radicals. Of particular importance are glutathione, superoxide dismutase (SOD), catalase, ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) and tocopherol (Vitamin E). While the body is able to produce some of these critical antioxidants itself, others are exclusively acquired through diet or supplementation.

The generation of free radicals arises as a consequence of normal cellular activities, including the production of cellular energy (ATP). Whereas healthy cells efficiently quench the by-product free radicals that arise from normal cellular processes, aged and/or dysfunctional cells accumulate free radicals and become further damaged due to insufficient antioxidant capacity. The accumulation of these damaging free radicals is thought to be a key driver in reduced cellular fitness and premature aging. Moreover, as we age the cells of our bodies become less capable of maintaining balance between production of free radicals and maintenance of antioxidants that neutralize them.

Nutritional Support That Helps Restore Glutathione In Your Body

The Great Gift Giveaway! For Our Affiliate Program Members

Each time your Affiliate Code is used from January 1st, 2018 to March 31st, 2018 your name will be entered into the drawing to win one of these great prizes of your choice (see prize list below). The drawing will be done live at the Affiliate Team Call on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018.

Contest Rules: Entries will be counted from January 1, 2018 through March 31, 2018. Each time your Affiliate Code is used, you will receive one entry into the giveaway. At least 5 winners will be awarded, and winners will be allowed to select the prize of their choice from the following list (*please note certain prizes are for US Residents only):

  • Pizza party for 8 of your friends (Papa Johns or Dominos)*
  • Kindle e-reader
  • Movie Pass – free movie pass for one year
  • $100 gift card from Amazon *
  • Free year of Amazon Prime membership *
  • Free one-year subscription to Netflix
  • $100 Paypal Credit/gift card
  • Free add on of AID, GRB, AID or NAR to your annual auto-ship order. *

Must be a RobKellerMD Affiliate with a current auto-ship order. Each Affiliate can win only one prize. Contact us for questions about prizes and eligibility. Must be 18 years or older, to win. The drawing will be done live at the Affiliate Team Call, on Tuesday April 3, 2018 at 9:00 p.m. ET.

New Healthy Living Tips On Thrive!


Vitamins are an essential aspect of balanced nutrition, and personal wellness. Folate (or vitamin B-9) deficiency is the number one cause of anemia, which can deprive the body, tissues and organs of oxygen. Without folate, red blood cells cannot carry oxygen efficiently throughout the body. Fatigue, premature graying of the hair, mouth sores and tongue swelling are also signs of folate deficiency.


Some of the most delicious foods that we all grew up enjoying weekly, can be hazardous to our heart health, as we get older. Have you ever asked a cardiologist (or heart expert) what he or she eats, to help reduce the risks of heart attack and stroke?

We did some online research to come up with this list of seven foods that cardiologists avoid, for the sake of health and personal wellness. If heart health is a concern for you, check out this list of foods you should remove from your grocery cart. Your heart will thank you.


Does it seem like a coincidence, that you are more likely to contract a cold, or the influenza virus, when you experience a spike in your stress levels? Whether stress is work related, financial or even social, increased cortisol levels (the stress hormone) has the ability to deliver a punch to your immune system. Stress weakens our ability to fight off both bacterial and viral infections.

Symptoms of increased stress can also be linked to our seasonal activities. For instance, most people do not take vacations in January or February, which means that we are working harder and longer. In winter months (depending on where you live) weather can also be a factor that creates radical changes to your healthy lifestyle.

Enter to Win in 2018! Share your #MyDailyHealthPledge

Each one of our staff members and executive team have thought about how they want to improve their own personal health this year. And we want to hear about what you plan to do, on a daily basis, to build healthy new wellness habits. Whether you are at the gym, eating healthy, remembering to take your RobKellerMD® supplements (like Dr. Keller’s Original Gluathione Formula™), take a picture and use the hashtag #MyDailyHealthPledge. We’ll be ready to share your inspirational post with our social media community.

Let's Get (and Stay) Healthy Together!

Take a Picture of One Healthy Choice You Made Today. Share it on social and tag it #MyDailyHealthPledge. Enter every month!

Healthy Meal Idea: Mulligatawny Soup

This British recipe, has some of its cultural history owed to India, for the robust and spicy flavors of the Mulligatawny Soup. The name "mulligatawny" translated from Tamil, means "pepper water", but if you enjoy spicy (and healthy) high-flavor soups, we think you'll love this recipe idea. It's packed full of fiber, fruits and vegetables for a satisfying meal on a cold day.

Recipe Source: www.geniuskitchen.com
  • 1/4 cup yellow lentils
  • 1/4 cup potato, peeled & chopped
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons cauliflower, chopped
  • 1/4 cup carrot, grated
  • 1/4 cup chopped onion
  • 1/4 cup white radish, grated
  • 1/4 of 1 medium green apple
  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon curry powder
  • 2 teaspoons butter
  • Salt and pepper (to taste)

Step 1: Wash lentils thoroughly, then boil lentils, potato and cauliflower in 4 cups of water. Cook them until they get soft. Using a food processor, blend them to make a fine soup stock.

Step 2: Heat butter in pan, add chopped vegetables and apple. Stir fry for 5 minutes.

Step 3: Mix all ingredients and soup stock well, bring it to boil. Simmer it for 6-7 minutes, then add curry powder, salt, pepper, and coconut milk. Mix well, then simmer for another 2 minutes. Serves two.

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