Entering the LivOn Labs Valentine’s Day contest is easy. To enter, send us the best and/or worst pick-up lines you’ve heard or used. There are three ways to enter:
- By email at marketing [at] livonlabs [dot] com with the subject line Valentine’s Day Contest
- On our facebook page by commenting on our contest post
- On Twitter using the hashtag #SmoothDelivery
- On our Pinterest page by commenting on our contest post
We will select three (4) lucky winners and send them a $100 gift certificate good at any of these restaurants, Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, or Roy’s. For complete rules, see below
Complete Contest Rules
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The LivOn Labs Valentine’s Day Contest (the Contest) is open to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are at least (18) years old at the time of entry. Employees of LivOn Labs and other companies associated with the promotion of the Contest, and their respective parents, subsidiaries, affiliates and advertising and promotion agencies as well as the immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings, and children) and household members of each employee are not eligible. The Contest is subject to federal, state, and local laws and regulations.
The Contest is sponsored by LivOn Labs, located at 2534 Anthem Village Parkway, Suite 100, Henderson, NV 89052.
- Agreement to Official Rules
Participation in the Sweepstakes constitutes entrants full and unconditional agreement to and acceptance of these Official Rules and the decisions of the Sponsor, which are final and binding. Winning a prize is contingent upon being compliant with these Official Rules and fulfilling all other requirements set forth herein.
- Contest Period
The Contest begins on February 6th, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. PST and ends on February 12th, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. PST (the Contest Period). Entries that are submitted before or after the Contest Period will be disqualified. Submissions will be accepted for the duration of the Contest using any of the following methods: Facebook entry on our sponsored post, Twitter using #SmoothDelivery, Pinterest comment on our contest post, and email submission to marketing [at] livonlabs.com.
- How to Enter
Via social media: This method of entry will be available for the entire Contest Period. All entries become the property of the Sponsor. Entrants and winners names and likeness can be used for marketing purposes including but not limited to social marketing and posting..
Limit one (1) entry per person, per email address, and per household for the duration of the Sweepstakes Period. regardless of method of entry. Entries from any person, e-mail address, or household in excess of the stated limitation will be void. All entries become the property of Sponsor. Entrants and winners names and likeness can be used for marketing purposes.
- Prize Drawing
On February 12th, 2014, the Sponsor will select three (3) potential winners from among all eligible entries received. The odds of being selected depend on the number of entries received. The Sponsor will attempt to notify the potential winner via email or social media on February 12th, 2014. If any of the potential winners can not be reached by February 13th, 2014, a new winner will be chosen.
Certain contest and sweepstakes are subject to applicable federal, state and local laws. Entrants agree to be bound by these Official Rules and by the decisions of the judges, which are final and binding in all respects. By entering this contest, entrants expressly acknowledge that these Official Rules have been drafted in the English language, and that any translation prepared for any reason will be of no legal effect and the English version of these Official Rules shall govern any dispute. By participating, contestant releases LivOn Labs and their respective parents, affiliates, subsidiaries and agencies and their directors, officers, employees and agents from any and all liability from any damage of any kind arising from contestant’s participation in this Contest, or resulting from entrant’s acceptance, possession, use or misuse of the prize. Except where prohibited by law, acceptance of the prize constitutes and signifies winner’s consent that LivOn Labs and/or its agents may use winner’s entry, name, address (city and state only), prize information, and/or likeness for promotional purposes in any media now existing or hereinafter devised, without additional compensation. Subject to all federal, state and local laws and regulations. LivOn Labs is not responsible for: (1) late, delayed, incomplete, delayed, or incomplete entries, (2) incorrect or inaccurate entries; (3) inability to access any website or online service, or any other error or malfunction. LivOn Labs reserves the right to: (i) disqualify from this or any Contest, now or in the future, any person it finds, in its sole discretion, has intentionally violated these Official Rules, tampered with the entry process, the operation of the Contest or Website, or any other aspect of this Contest; and (ii) cancel or suspend the Contest in its entirety should tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures or other causes beyond Sponsor’s control corrupt the administration, security, fairness, integrity, or proper play of the Contest.
The norovirus is once again in the news, this time it struck roughly 178 passengers aboard the Princess Cruises’ Caribbean Princess. The Norovirus, commonly referred to as the stomach flu, can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. The virus is highly contagious and can spread from person to person if they do not wash their hands.
The Princess Cruises’ ship became the second cruise shop this week affected by the norovirus. The Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas docked in New Jersey on Wednesday, when 700 crew and passengers fell ill, the highest number of sick people reported on any cruise shop in two decades! Many of you may know that Las Vegas, where LivOn Labs is located, was hit with the norovirus in early December when 100 people staying at the Rio became sick during a youth football tournament.
How can you protect yourself?
What is the norovirus?
The norovirus is a very contagious virus that can infect anyone and can be serious for some people, especially young children and older adults. You can become infected by coming into contact with an infected person, contaminated food or water, or by touching contaminated surfaces. In 2012, a new strain of norovirus was detected resulting in many more cases of the illness. People in many countries have already been infected with the new strain including the United States.
Symptoms of norovirus
The symptoms of norovirus are inflammation of the stomach and/or intestines causing severe stomach distress. This may include nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting. Also known as the stomach flu, it is the most common cause of acute gastroenteritis.
Norovirus Trends and Outbreaks
According to the Centers for Disease Control, norovirus causes 19 million to 21 million illnesses a year, most often in crowded and poorly sanitized environments such as nursing homes, day care centers, and surprise! cruise ships. Over half of all norovirus outbreaks reported in the United States occur in long-term care facilities however cruise ships have a long history with the norovirus.
Last year, there were a total of 9 outbreaks of gastrointestinal illnesses on cruise ships, which was down from 11 the year before (2012).
The leading cause of norovirus is contaminated food with roughly 50% of all outbreaks. Most common foods involved in outbreaks of norovirus are:
- Leafy greens such as lettuce
- Fresh fruits
However the CDC warns that any food served raw or undercooked can be contaminated. Approximately, 500 to 800 deaths are caused by the norovirus each year, though there are generally more in years when a new strain develops.
Treatment and Avoidance
Since norovirus is a viral infection it can not be treated with antibiotics. If you have norovirus drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration including sports drinks and other drinks without caffeine or alcohol. Most people will recover from norovirus within days of contamination.
To protect yourself from the norovirus, do not share food or utensils with people who are sick or have just been sick. If you are near someone who is sick be sure to wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water and wipe down surfaces with a diluted bleach solution. Do not rely on alcohol-based hand sanitizer since it will not destroy the virus. Be careful when coming into contact with linens, which were used by someone who is sick since the virus can also be transmitted this way.
Finally, keep your hands away from your mouth and nose. These are the highways that illnesses like to travel on. Whenever you get that urge to bite your nails or dig for gold, just pretend someone is watching you.
Affiliate programs are a great way to monetize your blog and pay for hosting expenses and domain costs but what is the best vitamin affiliate program out there? Here at LivOn Labs we chose to analyze one of the most popular vitamin affiliate programs, Vitamin World®’s.
Let’s first take a look at the most important part, which is the commission structure.
|Sales||Vitamin World||LivOn Labs|
Vitamin World’s highest commission rate is equivalent to LivOn Labs’ lowest rate…take a moment and think about that.
Our program offers significantly larger commission rates meaning more money in your pocket. Another valuable feature of our program is our analytical data. With this information you can see which ads are generating traffic and potential commissions and which are not performing as well.
For a true comparison, take a look at the following chart. Aside from the greater commission rate paid by LivOn Labs, look at the other features which you will benefit from – at no cost to you!
|Vitamin World||LivOn Labs|
|Visitor tracking duration||45 Days||90 Days|
|Average Order Range||$55-$65||$80-$120|
|Product Guarantee||1 Year Money Back Guarantee||Lifetime Money Back Guarantee|
|Customer Service||Dedicated Support Staff||Dedicated Support Staff|
|Marketing Materials Available||Yes||Yes|
|Custom Banners Available||Yes||Yes|
|Frequent Coupons and Offers||Yes||Yes|
LivOn Labs either matches or exceeds many of the benefits of Vitamin World’s affiliate program. Our tracking provides you with twice as much time to convert a visitor to a sale. If a customer returns to our site to make a purchase within 90 days you receive credit versus Vitamin World which only provides a 45 day window. Our average order sizes are also much larger since our products have higher ticket prices meaning higher commissions for you.
Our 100% lifetime guarantee gives potential customers peace of mind knowing they can return the product anytime with a full refund. Vitamin World only provides a one year guarantee. The choice is very simple, our program offers the highest commissions and the best value for your website visitors.
You don’t even have to have a website to benefit! When you join our affiliate program you are provided a unique URL. Share it however you like, on a business card or in an email, the choice is yours.
Enroll in the best vitamin affiliate program now!
Affiliate marketing is a relatively trouble-free way for bloggers and website owners to earn revenue. Monetizing your website is a wonderful opportunity to earn money while doing something you enjoy. If you are going to blog and chronicle your life, why not earn money doing it?
Choosing the right vitamins affiliate program
Earn a 12% commission on every sale made at LivOn Labs. Our sophisticated software is able to track your website visitors for 90 days. If they make a purchase within 90 days of visiting livonlabs.com, you earn a commission. Affiliate marketing allows you to offer our products without the responsibilities and complications of traditional sales models. We handle all the logistics and ensure the purchase process is completed and your commission is credited immediately.
The great news is LivOn Labs has an amazing reputation with the Better Business Bureau, currently an A+ rating. The highest awarded to retailers. This is important since you have peace of mind knowing your commission payments will arrive on time.
Amazon Affiliate Program vs LivOn Labs Vitamins Affiliate Program
Currently, Amazon’s Affiliate Program pays anywhere from 4% to 25% (25% commission is only available on magazines). Take a look at their current commission rates as of August 26th, 2013 view source.
|Amazon MP3 Products||5.00%|
|Amazon Gift Cards||6.00%|
|Non-Amazon Gift Cards||4.00%|
|Video Game Console Products||4.00%|
|Industrial Products and all
products on Amazon Supply.com
|Products available on AmazonLocal
Amazon’s Affiliate Program can’t compete with LivOn Lab’s Vitamins Affiliate Program. Signing up for our program is free and we provide you with all the sales material you need to generate sales.
Have questions? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions including, what if I don’t have a website?
The controversy over vitamin C and orthomolecular medicine began with the publication of Linus Pauling’s book, “Vitamin C and the Common Cold”. A quarter of a century later the controversy around vitamin C continues.
Steve Hickey, PhD and Hillary Roberts, Phd, pharmacology professors and graduates of the University of Manchester in Britain, are challenging the established Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for vitamin C, which is 75 and 90 milligrams for males and females respectively. In their book ”Ascorbate, The Science of Vitamin C”, Hickey and Roberts point out some biological flaws to justify their attack on the RDA for vitamin C. The rapid elimination of vitamin C was demonstrated graphically; however, the Institute of Medicine (IM) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) did not account for the half-life of vitamin C. This flawed approach is one of the main contentions that Drs. Hickey and Roberts maintain.
Half Life of Vitamin C
The half life of any substance is the time it takes for half of the substance to be removed from the body. Vitamin C’s half life is quite short, about 30 minutes in blood plasma, a fact that the IM and NIH failed to recognize. NIH researchers established the RDA for vitamin C by conducting a test 12 hours or 24 half life’s after consumption. Due to the short half life of vitamin C, many studies make the conclusion that high-dose supplemental vitamin C is ineffective. Drs. Hickey and Roberts state that due to its rapid deterioration, a very high dose of vitamin C would not achieve the same concentration in the blood serum over time as several administered doses.
Drs. Hickey and Roberts decided to perform an experiment to measure the blood plasma levels of liposomal vitamin C, which was published in the Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. It was titled Pharmacokinetics of oral vitamin C. Their results indicate that, following oral intakes, high blood plasma levels can be achieved with liposomal vitamin C formulations. The results suggest that such levels (400microM/L or above) could be sustained indefinitely with repeated dosing at short intervals (say 5-grams every 4-hours).
RDA for Vitamin C
In the past, Drs. Hickey and Roberts have shaken the foundation and confidence of the IM and NIH for failing to investigate the use of high-dose vitamin C properly. They have repeatedly challenged the RDA for vitamin C on studies using only 15 healthy subjects and single dosages. They also contend that the RDA is intended to set a level of nutrient consumption that would prevent disease, specifically Scurvy, among the vast majority of the population. However their research shows that 35% of the population is in need of more than the RDA including:
- Smokers ( 50 million)
- Estrogen and Birth Control Pill Users (13 and 18 million)
- Diabetics (16 million)
- Pregnant females (4 million)
- and even people taking aspirin
Drs. Hickey and Roberts confronted the IM and NIH with their own data however they claim the saturation point is reached at a certain concentration of ascorbic acid in blood plasma. They later published a paper in early 2004 showing they had achieved three times greater concentration of vitamin C in the blood circulation than previously thought possible using high-dose vitamin C [Annals Internal Medicine, April 6, 140: 533-37,2004]. A similar published German study also confirms vitamin C supplements can elevate vitamin C concentrations beyond what NIH scientists said was possible. [Archives Biochemistry Biophysics, March 423: 109-15, 2004]. NIH researchers continue to maintain that no more than 200 milligrams of oral vitamin C is required for human health and that a diet which includes the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables would provide adequate vitamin C. But only 9 percent of the US population consumes 5 servings of plant foods daily. The National Cancer Institute has abandoned their 5-a-day recommendation in favor of a 9-a-day servings of fruits and vegetables once they realized five servings did not provide the proper dietary intake of vitamin C and other essential vitamins in the prevention of cancer or heart disease.
Hickey has called for the IM and NIH to retract the current RDA or provide scientific justification for their recommendation.
What do you think? Is the RDA for vitamin C adequate?
For more on the RDA for vitamin C, check out our article about the RDA for Guinea Pigs.
Here is a quick list of Alpha Lipoic Acid benefits and facts. LivOn Labs has successfully encapsulated Alpha Lipoic Acid (R-ALA) and we are excited to tell you all about it!
- Also known as: Thioctic acid, Lipoic Acid, LA, ALA
- ALA was discovered in 1948 and officially named Alpha Lipoic Acid in 1951 by Irwin C. Gunsalus and Lester Reed
- ALA is naturally synthesized in small amounts by plants and animals, including humans.
- ALA contains an asymmetric carbon, meaning there are two possible isomers: R-LA and S-LA. Only the R- isomer is endogenously synthesized and bound to protein. R-Alpha Lipoic Acid is considered the most bio-available and biologically active form of ALA in the body
- Alpha Lipoic Acid is a vital cofactor for several important mitochondrial enzyme complexes.
- The amounts of R-ALA available in dietary supplements are as much as 1,000 times greater than the amounts that could be obtained in the diet. Animal tissue that includes R-ALA include liver, heart and kidney. Plants with R-ALA include spinach and broccoli, tomatoes, peas and Brussels sprouts.
- Plasma concentrations of ALA generally peak in an hour or less and decline rapidly.
- In cells, ALA is quickly reduced to DHLA.
- ALA functions as an antioxidant.
- ALA is considered the most important mitochondrial antioxidant given its vital role in mitochondrial electron transport reactions that convert glucose into ATP to produce energy.
- Recycles other antioxidants, including vitamin C and vitamin E.
- Shown to increase natural glutathione synthesis in aged animals.
- There is no documented “nutrient deficiency” disease associated with ALA.
- Intravenous ALA is approved for the treatment of diabetic neuropathy in Germany. R-ALA is available by prescription in Germany. Dosage used in a trial with 1,258 diabetic patients found that a treatment of 600mg/day if IV R-ALA for 3 weeks significantly reduced the symptoms of diabetic neuropathy to a clinically meaningful degree.
- R-ALA should always be taken on an empty stomach.
- Most frequently reported side effects of oral ALA supplementation include rashes, hives, itching, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. These generally occur when supplementing at doses of 1,200 – 1,800 mg/day.
- ALA should be taken under the guidance of a physician by anyone taking glucose lowering medication or receiving treatment for under-active or over-active thyroid.
- ALA should not be taken by children under the age of 18, unless under the care of a physician.
- “Without ALA, you could not obtain energy from the food you eat, and you could not stay alive.” Burt Berkson, MD, MS, PhD
We have spent years researching the best formulation techniques and manufacturing processes for liposome encapsulated supplements. As part of this research, we analyze every liposomal supplement we come across. This is what we’ve learned so far…
Liposomal Supplements Must Use Phospholipids Suitable for Making Liposomes.
In order to make strong, stable liposomes that can encapsulate nutrients and not “break apart” too easily, it is important to use Phospholipids from highly refined sources that have a natural mix of phospholipids, including a high percentage of Phosphatidylcholine (PC) and Phosphatidylethanolamine (PE).
Some products are made with low-quality soy lecithin, which does not have the proper percentage of PC or PE to make liposomes. This type of lecithin is typically used as a food additive, and should not be used in liposomal supplements.
We have always found that Phospholipids extracted from non-GMO soy lecithin work the best for high-quality, affordable liposomal supplements. While a very high intake of unrefined soy ingested as food may contain tiny amounts of undesirable substances, the intake of highly refined and purified phospholipids derived from soy lecithin does not pose such a risk. In fact, we have not found any evidence of anyone being harmed by the regular intake of phospholipids extracted from non-GMO soy lecithin.
Liposomal Supplements Must Have at Least an Equal Ratio of Phospholipids to Key Nutrients.
We have analyzed many commercial and homemade products, and found that most of them are of poor quality. Some are merely emulsions. This means the nutrients are simply mixed with a small amount of low quality phospholipids or lecithin, and there are very few liposomes, if any at all.
One indicator of an emulsion is the amount of phospholipids or lecithin in the product. For proper liposome encapsulation, you must have at least an equal amount of phospholipids and nutrients. If the phospholipids or lecithin are listed as “Other Ingredients”, it is very likely there is not enough material to create any liposomes, even if the production process is otherwise appropriate.
Some companies choose to make emulsions and call them “Liposomal Supplements” because they are easy and inexpensive to produce. Whether they believe they have products that are legitimately encapsulated in liposomes is unknown.
If you take an emulsion that contains lecithin and a nutrient like vitamin C, you may see overall good results since both components are excellent supplements individually. You will not, however, be able to experience the potentially exceptional results offered by products using real Liposome Encapsulation Technology.
Liposomal Supplements Must Be Protected from Oxygen.
Liposomes are a natural fit for water-soluble nutrients that are not otherwise bioavailable. But the process of making stable, quality liposomes is tricky. Liposomes are sensitive to things like heat and oxygen. The inherent stability (and in some cases instability), of the phospholipids and each nutrient also play an important role in the overall stability of liposomal products. Getting all of these things exactly right, then assuring the liposomes and nutrients remain stable throughout the product’s shelf life is key.
One way to enhance the stability of a liposomal product is through uni-dose packaging. Many of the liposomal products we have analyzed are stored in jars, plastic bottles, or even capsules within bottles. Opening the bottle to remove the product exposes the remaining product to heat, light and oxygen. This can be detrimental to the liposomes, and can cause rapid degradation of the nutrients.
Uni-dose packaging protects the product from oxygen until moments before it’s consumed, keeping it safe and effective throughout the shelf-life of the product.
Three More Signs of a Low-Quality Liposomal Supplement:
- Consistency. If the product is very watery, it is most likely due to an insufficient amount of phospholipids or the use of low quality phospholipids.
- Uniformity. If the product separates into layers, it is a strong indicator the liposomal mixture is deteriorating. On the other hand, if there are noticeable lumps or the product feels gritty, it is a sign that the nutrients are coming out of the liposomes and forming crystals.
- Size. If the volume of the dosage is too small, there are not enough phospholipids and water to make proper liposomes. For example, 1,000mg of vitamin C and 1,000mg of phospholipids, along with the necessary amount of water for proper liposome formation, will fill a teaspoon (5mL). It is not likely this amount of material could fit into one or even two large-sized capsules.
The Bottom Line
There are a plethora of liposomal supplements to choose from. Some are great, many are not. The key is finding the liposomal supplements that work best for you – from a company you can trust. LivOn Labs offers a 100% Lifetime Satisfaction Guarantee so you can try the Lypo-Spheric™ products for yourself. If you are not satisfied, at any time, return the unused portion – or even the empty carton – and we will refund every penny you paid.
Huanglongbing, Asian citrus psyllid, yellow dragon disease and citrus greening are some of the names for the deadly citrus bacteria spread by a tiny, invasive bug from China.
This tiny bug is now responsible for threatening the world’s citrus production from the United States to Mexico, India, Brazil and Africa.
The bacteria were first detected in Broward County, Florida in 1998. Within two years it had spread to 31 counties in Florida. Although the bacteria don’t seem to be harmful to humans, it ruins the look and taste of the orange. In many cases full size oranges stay green and other mature oranges are no bigger than ping-pong balls. Those in the industry consider these bacteria to be a cancer; causing deformities in the tree roots. The fruit does not mature properly and eventually the trees die.
Last year a group of 500 scientists from more than 20 nations gathered in Florida to discuss possible solutions. To date almost $80 million dollars has been spent on research – with no cure in sight to eradicate the deadly bacteria.
One option would be to engineer and plant genetically modified trees resistant to the bacteria. Of course for many consumers, GMOs are a negative!
To stem the problem, many farmers spray the trees. But this comes with a high cost, forcing many farmers out of business. As one farmer said, spraying keeps the bacteria at bay for 30 days, maybe 45 days.In 1995 the average cost to produce an acre of oranges was about $900; today it costs $1800 to produce the same acre of oranges.
At the moment the consumer has yet to feel the full ramifications of this deadly bug in their pocketbook. As with many other consumer products, the supplier hasn’t actually raised the price; they have cut back on the size and amount of juice in the container. Instead of giving you 64 ounces of orange juice, your container now has only 59 ounces of OJ.
At LivOn Labs we offer another suggestion for getting your vitamin C. Our nutritional supplement – Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C. Each packet contains 1,000 mg Vitamin C
and 1,000 mg Essential Phospholipids. Our product is non-GMO, gluten-free, dairy-free and contains no artificial colors or flavors.
Most ordinary forms of oral Vitamin C – tablets, capsules, powders, liquids and even the Vitamin C from your diet – are not processed and absorbed efficiently by your body. As a result, much of this Vitamin C is never transferred into your bloodstream and even less of it makes it into your cells where it’s needed most. In fact, when you take 1,000mg or more of regular oral Vitamin C, more than half of it is not absorbed and passed as waste by your body.
LivOn’s Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C encapsulates the C molecules in liposomes made from Essential Phospholipids, which protect the C from destruction by your digestive system. Within minutes of taking Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C, liposomes filled with Vitamin C are transported directly into the bloodstream, and into the cells.
In their column, “Health Advice”, Drs. Oz and Roizen, recently discussed “Supplemental Phonies.” The Doctors referenced a study that looked at 44 herbal products, 30 species of herbs and 50 leaf samples. The study concluded that:
- 59% of the products contained material from plants NOT listed on the label.
- Just 48% contained what they claimed as the active ingredient.
- Of the 12 companies researched, only two delivered what they promised on the label without any substitutions.
The study used DNA barcoding to conduct a blind test of the authenticity for 44 herbal products representing 12 companies. Their findings were shocking.
“Most of the herbal products tested were of poor quality, including considerable product substitution, contamination and use of fillers. These activities dilute the effectiveness of otherwise useful remedies, lowering the perceived value of all related products because of a lack of consumer confidence in them. We suggest that the herbal industry should embrace DNA barcoding for authenticating herbal products through testing of raw materials used in manufacturing products. The use of an SRM DNA herbal barcode library for testing bulk materials could provide a method for ‘best practices’ in the manufacturing of herbal products. This would provide consumers with safe, high quality herbal products.”
See the abstract of the study
Our Promise to You
As a loyal LivOn Labs’ customer, you can rest assured that all of our high performance dietary supplements meet or exceed industry standards. If an ingredient is printed on our cartons; we guarantee that the unadulterated ingredient is included in the supplement. Furthermore, each and every batch of Lypo-Spheric™ supplements undergoes rigorous laboratory testing before it is ever released to you!
LivOn Labs works hard to ensure our products meet our strict requirements. Our products are all non-GMO, dairy free, vegan, animal cruelty free, sugar free and free of artificial flavoring. We are the supplement of choice for those concerned about their health
Beware of fake supplements!
How does the high commission affiliate program work?
LivOn Labs currently has two programs to help businesses and individuals make money. One is our distributor program, which gives you wholesale pricing for our products. This entails ordering bulk amounts of product and handling orders and shipping. This option may not be for everyone despite the higher margins involved. The other program LivOn Labs instituted, is an affiliate program. Our affiliate program allows you to sell LivOn Labs’ products without having to carry inventory risk or maintain a store front. All you need is a website or a way to share your unique affiliate link (business cards, etc.). Upon signing up, you will receive a unique URL that you can provide to potential customers.
How much commission do I make?
Currently LivOn Labs pays 12% commission on sales. This works out to $4.79 per carton of vitamin C and substantially more for our higher priced products. The good news is, if you are able to sell consistently LivOn Labs will automatically raise you to the next commission tier until you reach the maximum, which is 20% commission on sales.
Do people have to buy the product right away to receive commission?
Our system allows us to track potential customers for 90 days. Therefore if you send us a visitor who checks our website and decides to make a purchase within three months, you are guaranteed to receive commissions on those sales.
Where do I put my unique affiliate link?
When you sign up for our Affiliate program you are given access to your own dashboard (image attached). This will show your current commissions, traffic being tracked, how close you are to your next payout, and most importantly, a marketing section (to the left), which will have banner ads you can copy and paste to your website. This will allow your website visitors to click on the banner ad and shop at www.LivOnLabs.com using your unique URL.
How do I sign up?
Signing up is quick and easy. Follow the link below and create your login. You will need basic information such as name, address and social or tax payer identification numbers. After you sign up and are approved (normally within 48 hours) you can begin optimizing your website.