Prevention works.

It makes you stronger today,
and gives you a chance
to prepare for tomorrow.

Discover below some statistics from independant studies.
We know that we didn’t invent prevention.
But we make it accessible and affordable, with a goal to get everyone to use it.

In the US population :


have vitamins deficiency

of women over 50 years old suffer
hormons imbalance

million have diabetes

have a high level
of bad cholesterol

of all cancer have
preventable causes


Vitamins deficiencies

92% of the american adult population has vitamins deficiency.

This can cause fatigue, stress, hair loss, weight gain, etc…


Hormons imbalance

80% of women over 50 years old suffer hormons imbalance

Hormons imbalance can provoke poor sleep, night sweats, fatigue, low libido, chronic acne


Diabets is spreading

30.3 million Americans adults have diabetes
84.1 miilions are prediabetes

Diabetes multiplies by 2 to 3 the odds of heart attacks and strokes.
It is also the leading causes of kidney failure, and an important cause of blindness.

Combined with reduced blood flow, nerve damage in the feet increases the chance of foot ulcers, infection and eventual need for limb amputation.


Heart attacks

71 millions Americans have a high level of bad cholesterol
Only 23.4 millions have the situation under control

A high level of bad cholesterol leads heart attacks, heart diseases, and early death.


Many cancers are preventable

About 50 percent of all cancer cases diagnosed today are attributed to preventable causes.

Screening can detect certain cancers at an early stage, when treatment is more effective.

Cancers such as breast, cervical, colorectal, lung, oral, prostate, skin and testicular that can be prevented through lifestyle changes or early detection and treatment.