He even went as far as declaring Alzheimer’s a pandemic that doesn’t require vaccine due to the nature of the condition, but gave practical suggestions on how is possible to do in order to tackle the rising issue.
The recipient this year of David Shevock’s Pioneer Award isDr. Sarah Hallberg. If you do not know Sarah she was not just was an early pioneer in leading the way with Virta Health in the field of diabetes reversal as well, but she was also an amazing, caring and loving person. Unfortunately, Sarah lost her battle with lung cancer in the last month of this year and her legacy will endure for all time for her work in the field of Type II diabetes reversal. Sarah’s Ted Talk has been viewed more than 8 million times and is a valuable source for anyone who is interested in knowing how to better understand Type II diabetes reversal.
I had the privilege of meeting Jim McCarter who worked with Sarah and the Virta team for many years. Jim shared with me the research Sarah first offered in the first place to the Dr. Stephen Phinney during the initial stage of Virta and how fervent she was about pushing this field forward. Then, not only did Jim together with other participants of the Virta team relocate to Indiana to assist Sarah in her research and research, but they are continuing to publish the results and have already published more than 10 articles from this vast study. Jim now serves as a Medical Director for Abbott and continues to lead the development of new projects at Abbott.
4. Innovation is strong, but it isn’t enough.
In the course of the expo there were some “old” firms that have been able to pivot in the last several years through innovation, and some brand new businesses entering the market. Here are a few that are of particular importance:
- An HTML0-basedpps and software
The two platforms that first attracted my attention included Biocanic as well as MyMojo Health. Both are excellent tools for professionals to integrate data and create new insights from the data. One thing that’s consistent all over all platforms is the greater amount we learn about and analyze information, the more beneficial results will be for all.
I was blessed to spend moments in Biocoach. Biocoach team. Their passion for helping combat diabetes and pre-diabetes is infectious. Although they’re currently in development I took a peek look at their app, and it’s incredible. Soon, you’ll have the ability to directly monitor you blood glucose levels and other ketone information through their app. They will also work with a personal coach to help you navigate your journey to health.
food Snacks and Snacks as well as Food Supplements
Legendary Foods: I had the pleasure of meeting with my good friend Ron Penna, founder of Quest Nutrition and Legendary Foods. In the event that you took all the finest aspects from Elon Musk, Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Mark Cuban and the most ingenuous product designer ever and merged these together, you’d have Ron. First of all, I’ll admit that I enjoyed an Legendary Pastry every morning at the celebration. The secret to making it more delicious is to cook it at 10 secs in the microwave in order to render the filling the pastry extra deliciously gooey. Each pastry contains 20 % protein, and 5 or less net carbs. I’m not able to talk much about the future plans of Legendary Foods, but all I can say is that his concept for the company and the products he’s creating are way more and more thrilling than I could have ever imagined.
Killer Creamery: It’s EXTREMELY difficult to create new products in the ice-cream industry. Luckily, Killer Creamery has a fantastic team and the genius Josh Field to help them to achieve that. Not only have they revised their recipe however, it also tastes fantastic. In contrast to other ice cream brands that use tons of glycerin and have only 2 to 3 net carbs. They also employ one of my top sweeteners that I love: allulose. In addition, they launched the “Sammies” they call low-carb ice cream sandwiches and they absolutely blew me by surprise. I also gained a bit of glimpse into the new offerings coming from Killer Creamery and I can say that the coming twelve years for Killer Creamery is going to be awe-inspiring.
Keto Krack’d at these occasions you’ll always wander around and spot something you like, but before you decide to try it, you grab the bag expecting it be disappointing. In unusual circumstances, you open the package up in complete shock and go through it three times to make sure you’re not missing anything. This was exactly what happened to me when I was presented with this “Butter Butter Finger Butter Bar” from Keto Krack’d. I’ve not heard of or seen the company before but I could not get enough of their bars. They use allulose, not-IMO tapioca fiber and contain 3 net carbs in each serving. It’s delicious and tastes great. I am excited to see where they take us.
Icon Foods: If you’ve been around Thom King, you’d know that he loves to invent. It doesn’t matter if it’s tackling taste issues by blending unique sweeteners or creating keto-friendly coated chocolates with a hard coat that look similar to M&Ms, Thom is always developing new products. Icon Foods is continuing to expand the boundaries of what is feasible in the keto ingredients space.
Ketone Esters: Because of certain organoleptic or patent licensing issues, most ketones reorient themselves towards using 1,3butanediol as their primary ingredient. It’s also interesting to note to note that HVMN and KetoneAid have two completely different methods. HVMN is targeting the elite soldier or athlete by launching the Ketone-IQ(tm) and has presented fascinating data on cognitive and military performance in hypoxic conditions. In contrast, Ketone Aid is pushing it as an alcohol containing the addition of Hard Ketones intended to give people that “buzz” but without alcohol. Although I am aware of a lot about exogenous ketones I’ll have to study 1,3 BD in order to comprehend more about it as these two applications appear to be in stark contrast. However, even though I believe that D-BHB ketones (owned by the company Pruvit) are the best choice for the general public in terms of effectiveness and usefulness, it’s exciting to see new developments in the area of exogenous ketones overall as well as specific applications for which ester may prove useful.
In spite of all this the fact that innovation is still required in this area. There is a need for innovation in the form of better-formulated products that offer low carbohydrate options for food items that contain large amounts of carbohydrates. Innovation is needed with better tools, software and apps that can aid people in starting and maintaining their journey to a healthier metabolism. If you are innovating in this space, I’d personally love to couple and chat so please email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.