As of 2018, 1 in 7 Americans are diabetic. And it is reported that 1 in 3 have pre-diabetes, but don’t know it! At the current rate of the new diabetes diagnoses each year, the CDC forecasts that number will be 1 in 2 by the year 2050. It will bankrupt our healthcare system, and we don’t want that one person to be you!
Our goal for you at RestoraHealth is to help you break free from the shackles of conventional sick-care with a personal health plan that will help you become physiologically twelve years younger.
As part of the Restora Health Plan, we perform a health assessment test and blood labs. If you do not meet the seven normals, including blood pressure, lipids, blood sugar, inflammation, excess weight, stress, and tobacco use, you can take advantage of our free training, or upgrade from our basic membership program to our health management program for an additional $49.50/month.
The 5+2 Normals Will Make You At Least 12 Years Younger
Dr. Roizen, Co-Author of “YOU: The Owner’s Manual,” and Chief Wellness Officer of The Cleveland Clinic states that you will be 12 years younger than others your age in the U.S. if you achieve ‘The 5 Normals’. We’ve added two more to make it “5+2 normals.”
The 5+2 Normals are:
- Healthy blood pressure
- Healthy lipid levels
- Healthy blood sugar
- Healthy waist to height ratio
- No tobacco, and
- Healthy response to stress
- Reduce / Eliminate Inflammation
The reason we do not call this the 7 normals is because the first 5 normals can be measured with a blood test, and commonly known bio-markers. Stress is a little more subjective. So we measure that with a quick annual self-administered quiz. Inflammation can be measured with a blood test called C-Reactive Protein (C-RP), but under certain conditions it can be a false positive (and it’s an expensive test), and so we focus on how to avoid foods that cause inflammation and the use of supplements to reduce inflammation.
As part of our program, we certify our members to the “5+2 Normals”, which will help you save on (1) life insurance (2) health insurance (including health sharing and/or indemnity plans), and (3) on medical bills overall. Healthy people cost insurers less, since statistically, they’re a better risk. Healthy people spend, on average, 35% to 55% less on healthcare than their unhealthy counterparts.