New Chronic Inflammation Test Available!

Chronic Inflammation is Silent

Medical experts are finding more and more evidence that chronic inflammation is the primary cause of the diseases of aging. Acute inflammation usually detected by pain or swelling is a normal part of the body’s defense system. Inflammation becomes chronic when it persists at a low level with no noticeable pain or symptom to reveal its presence. Lifestyle and nutritional choices also play a major role in chronic inflammation development. The cumulative consequences of chronic inflammation are linked to chronic diseases, including Alzheimer’s, arthritis, asthma, cancer, cardiovascular, diabetes, gastro-intestinal and premature aging.

Testing for Chronic Inflammation is Simple

This silent attack on the body can now be detected with a simple, non-invasive urine test. The Chronic Inflammation Test is an indirect measure of inflammation in the body enabling you to identify and monitor inflammation risk. The Chronic Inflammation Test Score™ may alert you to recommend changes in diet and lifestyle or indicate the need for an appropriate medical diagnosis and timely treatment.

Paul DiCorleto, PhD:
Cleveland Clinic
"... uncontrolled inflammation plays a role in almost every major disease, including cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and even depression." Read More

Dr. John Pfenninger:
for the Daily News
"All of the knowledge that we have gained over the years has now come together to one central theme. Most chronic diseases, including cancer, result from inflammation. Reducing inflammation reduces all kinds of problems. Our efforts must be focused in that direction."Read More

Take Control of Your Health

Healthcare providers are reducing chronic inflammation with numerous therapies, including exercise, diet, fish oil, herbal supplements, and aspirin. How effective are these measures? The Chronic Inflammation Test is a valuable aid in measuring response to therapy in order to manage risk associated with the chronic inflammatory process. Residual inflammatory risk is associated with an increased incidence of negative outcomes in chronic diseases. Knowledge is power!