Cindy Suelzle

Your Independent Consultant

I'll admit it. My first attraction to THRIVE LIFE was the long term shelf life of the food. But within a very short amount of time I realized that incorporating it into our daily meal plans made a big difference to the quality of our meals, our overall health, and the biggest surprise of all - even our grocery budget. No small thing!  We found that the accessibility and convenience made it easier to eat more fruits and vegetable than we normally took the time to do. And we drastically reduced the amount of food we threw out.  All very big bonuses. 

Although the extended shelf life may have been the initial 'draw', it was the nutritional quality of the food that actually 'sold' me.  What 'kept' me however, was the convenience.  Literally how quick and easy it was to put a wholesome nutritious meal on the table. 

Truth is - we all EAT.  And we spend a lot of money in the grocery store.  Did you know that over 30% of our grocery purchases are impulse buys?  Things that we didn't plan to
buy, didn't need and alot of the time, even wish we hadn't purchased. 

The whole idea of shopping from home and having my groceries shipped right to the door was the final deal maker for me.  HELLO!  This has saved me tons of time at the grocery store.  And tons of money.  And talk about simplifying my life! 

I love sharing all this with new people. Its like rediscovering it all over again - through someone else.  

Knowing that THRIVE LIFE can help others I care about was a huge emphasis in my decision to become involved as a consultant, and continues to be the strongest motivating factor.
THRIVE LIFE can help you
1) eat more nutritiously,
2) save time in the kitchen,
3) eliminate most of your kitchen waste,
4) save money on your grocery budget,
5) create a Home-Store for even more convenience and peace of mind
6) accomplish your 'food-storage' goals in your effort to become self reliant

This is a wonderful thing to be part of. 

It seems almost too good to be true doesn't it?  Yeah, I know.  Well, they say that seeing is believing but in this case "Tasting" is believing.  Afterall, it doesn't matter how good for you a food is, if it doesn't taste good - no one's gonna eat it.  There is only one way to taste the food and that is to get close to it.  Once you make that initial purchase and actually OPEN THE CAN to taste it, you'll know what I'm talking about.  

When you become a customer you are given a 'unique-to-you' link.  We call it a "refer-a-friend' link, because a friend referral is the best way of spreading the word.  If your friend catches the vision from you, we'll say "Thank-you" in the form of $.  That's right, when they place an order using your link, you will get 10% of their first Delivery order in CREDIT.  This credit will show up on your account, and you can apply it to any order.  I know right!    

Setting up an auto ship Delivery is EASY, and requires absolutely no commitment on your part. You can pause, skip or outright cancel your Deliveries any time you want. And in the meantime, when your order tops $99 - you get FREE Shipping.  Even into Canada. That is huge! (if you live in Hawaii or Alaska you get 1/2 price shipping.  By ordering on the Delivery, you also get wholesale pricing which is 15% less than retail pricing.  And of course you qualify for monthly specials and all other sales.  You're guaranteed BEST pricing on your order, whether it is wholesale or SALE. 

is easy breezy to do.  Simply pick out your Consultant kit, and order.  That's it.  You're in!  We think you're gonna love sharing with the people you care about.  You literally get paid to 'eat'.  But, you are under no obligation to 'sell'.  There are no minimums or compulsory quotas you have to meet.  At the very least you'll get a $ kick-back on your own Delivery purchases and make commission on all other purchases / sales.  It really IS the best way to shop. 

THRIVE LIFE: "Helping people become more self reliant, prosperous, and charitable."








Cindy Suelzle

Cindy's Blog

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Waste - Our Dirty Little Secret Exposed and its Solution

August 28, 2018

The average North American throws out an estimated 170-183 kilograms / that's 375-405 pounds for my American friends - of food every year. Thats each "individual"!  Not family or household.  And that make us among The Worst Food Wasters in the world!  Not something to be especially proud of is it?  What happens when you have 4 people living... Read More…

If there is one thing Canadians know - its HOW TO DO SUMMER. We do it right!

August 9, 2018

I'll admit that for a sizable chunk of the year we brace ourselves against chilling winds, huddled in bus shelters or in frozen cars, running across the parking lot to reach the store, watching precious daylight hours slip away like steam on a cup of hot chocolate.   So by the time summer comes around, we're more than ready to make the most of those long, sunny days and... Read More…

Healthy & Wholesome Baby Food can still be Quick and Easy

March 13, 2018

Let's make the distinction between Baby Food vs YOUR Baby's Food. Personalizing it changes the picture for me. For babies in general, I can agree that all babies deserve the best. But when I think about MY baby, it gets personal. It even gets emotional. I want the BEST food possible for my baby to grow and develop in the healthiest way I can manage to provide him or her. My... Read More…

Fresh is BEST! .... but What exactly IS Fresh?

January 16, 2018

To the argument that “fresh is always best” and that anything that lasts for 25 years can’t possibly be good for you:  First of all, let me say that I commend that health conscious way of thinking. Normally a 25 year shelf life should solicit images of cardboard. Welcome to the 21st Century. Freeze drying foods (thank-you space industry) has... Read More…

Blueberries. REAL Blueberries!

January 15, 2018

A bowl of crunchy whole grain cereal with a scoop of FD Blueberries sprinkled on top for breakfast. .... Can anything be more delicious? or nutritious? By the time you're done, the milk has rehydrated the blueberries and you've gone from wonderfully crunchy to succulantly 'fresh'. FRESH Blueberries anytime of the year? Yup, that is one of life's little delights when... Read More…

okay I'll admit it. Sometimes my favourite recipe is in-a-Box

September 4, 2017

Sometimes my FAVE Go-to 'recipe' is simply .... uh, welllll, its Simple.   Okay! I'll admit it! Sometimes it comes in a Box. With everything all included. Its in a BOX! It is SIMPLE PLATE.  OKAY. I said it. My sneaky little secret is out.  On those really busy days - I just pull a box out of my pantry and whip it up in 20 minutes. Everything is right... Read More…

Dehydrated vs Freeze Dried Foods

May 17, 2017

What is the difference? What are the similarities?  Is one preferable over the other?  We all have at least a rudimentary idea of what the process of dehydrating food is. It's pretty basic, and probably many of us have done some dehydrating at home from time to time. Too often, we apply that understanding to "freeze-drying", and I've heard people who use the two... Read More…

10 Easy Healthy Eating Tips to Kick Off Spring

April 8, 2017

so ... your New Year's resolution was to eat healthier. Yeh! Me too. Aaaaand so here we are. I haven't done half bad actually, but for me, SPRING is the time I feel that motivation to Do Better, Be Better. Spring is all about Renewel! Its the time when most of us start feeling better about life. The day is longer, the sun is brighter. Its warmer outside (the ice is gone) so we can... Read More…

Warning: Eating too much fruit will lead to Good Health

March 11, 2017

Fruit is a great source of vitamins and minerals, especially the critical but volatile vitamin C, and the very important vitamin A (known as the infection fighting vitamin). People who eat fruit as part of an overall healthy diet have a reduced risk of chronic diseases. Fruits are an important source of many other nutrients too, including potassium, fiber, and folate (folic acid). Try... Read More…

Cruciferous Vegetables - and why we should eat them

February 6, 2017

Many people are familiar with the term "cruciferous vegetables" and may even be able to identify a vegetable in the cabbage family - like broccoli as belonging to this group. But there are many more vegetables in this family than you might have realized. And do you know why Nutritionists recommend we choose at least at least one serving of this vegetable family every single... Read More…

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