Education and Health Consulting
Park City, Utah
(801) 598-5263

Cathy Silver is a Registered Nurse with 30 years of experience ranging from Adult Cystic Fibrosis, Advanced Respiratory Disease such as COPD, Advanced Aides, and Oncology. Her last 20 years have been devoted to the University of Utah Orthopedic Trauma Surgical Specialty Unit. Her job there is to care, educate and facilitate a transition back to the patients’ previous base line of daily activities, work and play. This process usually is a slow progression.

Witnessing the pain and suffering of her patients has touched her deeply and sparked a passion for prevention rather than disease treatment. She is honored to be associated with a breakthrough product that is backed by science and clinically proven to reduce Oxidative Stress in all mammals by at least 40% in 30 days. This process of Oxidative Stress, damage at the cellular level from Free Radical attack, has been thought to be a situation that we simply have to live with, as the approach of taking direct anti-oxidants like Vitamin C, E, COQ10, acai berries, resveratrol, etc. are woefully inadequate. This is because one molecule of these traditional antioxidants that come from food or pills can only neutralize one free radical; it works on a 1:1 basis. Our bodies normally produce 300,000,000,000,000,000,000,000  (300 sextillion) free radicals each day, more if we are sick and more if we exercise a lot. So the idea that anti-oxidants can help with this is ludicrous.

The breakthrough product that she is bringing to market has taken a whole new approach to this age-old problem. The body has its own pharmacology, its own enzymes and methods of dealing with the overwhelming number of free radicals we generate daily. These enzymes neutralize one million free radicals per second for a life of about two weeks, as they act as a catalyst. So 1:1 verses 1: 1,000,000/per second – the effectiveness speaks for itself.

As we age, we produce less and less of these powerful enzymes, and this product reminds our bodies to produce these once again, in copious amounts, like when we were very young. It also does two more important things, it down-regulates the genes that cause us to produce inflammation and fibrosis. Systemic inflammation has been linked to autoimmune diseases, food intolerance and even obesity.

The process of the relentless reduction in our enzyme production is how we age and is directly related to over 400 diseases. To now have a solution for this is remarkable and she is passionate and eager to share this with others who share a similar philosophy of prevention.