Clinical Studies in Asthma

Asthma is a disorder characterized by narrowing of the lung passageways, making breathing difficult. Symptoms include recurrent attacks of shortness of breath, coughing, and wheezing. Hundreds of millions of people worldwide suffer from this illness. We are aware of many of the factors that cause asthma, but conventional medicine offers therapy only for the symptoms.

Aim of the StudyAim of the Study

Cellular Health™ opens up the possibility of effective prevention and treatment of asthma through the targeted use of micronutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. This ongoing study tests the effects of specific vitamins on lung function in patients diagnosed with asthma. Below are the results of cellular nutrients after three months of treatment. ...hide content

Study DesignStudy Design

Eight asthma patients, between the ages of 45-75 years, are participating in the ongoing study. The subjects are taking a daily dosage of a specific nutrient combination for the six-month study period. They also continue to take their usual prescription medicines.

All asthma patients underwent pulmonary function tests at the beginning of the study and after three months (mid-point). Subsequent tests will be performed after six months of taking the specific nutrient combinations. Lung volume was measured by testing the maximal volume of exhalation after a maximal inhalation. ...hide content

Study ResultsStudy Results
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After only three months on vitamin therapy, all (100%) the patients demonstrated increased lung capacity (see diagram). This means that during this relatively short period, all patients experienced an improvement in their breathing.

As soon as this pilot study is completed and we have results from the full six months of treatment, we will provide complete documentation.  ...hide content