Our research shows that TakeTEN participants experienced vast improvements in their diabetes health and heart health, along with their physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being.
Among those overweight, the average weight loss was 4.85 pounds.
Among those studied, the average decrease in body fat was 3.44 pounds.
Among those studied, the average decrease in waist circumference was 1.01 inches.
Among those studied with diabetes, the fasting blood glucose fell 29%.
Among those studied with baseline A1C of 7% or greater, A1C was reduced by 4.3%.
Among those with elevated fasting insulin, insulin dropped by 31%.
Among those studied, there was a 32 to 56 mg/dL drop in total cholesterol and 25 to 32 mg/dL drop in LDL “bad” cholesterol.
Among those studies, the average reduction in triglyceride levels was 94 mg/dL.
Among those studied, markers of chronic inflammation, including high=sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP) dropped by 34%.
Among those studied, there was an average reduction in diastolic blood pressure by 20%.
Among those studied, 99% quit smoking in 10 days; Over 57% one year success rate.
Sleep deprivation switches off 711 health promoting genes related to metabolism, inflammation, immunity, stress and restoration of cell damage. After just one week of normal sleep (7-9 hours), all 711 genes restore to normal patterns.
Call 800.920.3438 to speak with our Client Services Advisor or fill out the form and we’ll contact you soon.
The St. Helena Lifestyle Medicine Institute values your privacy and handles your personal information with care. Your email address and information is secure, confidential and will not be sold to any third party sources.