Do you know what peer-reviewed studies are? Or what the significance of one is? Well, neither did I, until I joined LifeVantage.
What I now realise is that big pharmaceutical companies are businesses. They are there to sell products and make money. So they spend money on proving things about their products that they pick and choose. So hypothetically, they may choose to scientifically prove that their wet wipes get 99% of the bacteria off your fingers with one wipe- but they may choose to ignore the fact that the toxic chemical that keeps the moisture locked into the wipe can cause skin irritations and dermatitis.
This is where the beauty of Peer-Reviewed Studies comes in. A study done by ones peers, or essentially by a third party, is not swayed by the company’s agenda.
There are several online sites where peer-reviewed studies are published for the general public to read and research. These articles are written by experts and then reviewed by other experts in the field before they are approved for publication. The following excerpt is how Dr Joe McCord explains a peer-reviewed study:
“When a manuscript is written and submitted to a journal for possible publication, the journal editor selects two or three academic scientists who are well qualified to judge the quality of the work and the soundness of the conclusions drawn. Usually they are leaders , or at least well-know contributors to the field.
They act as anonymous reviewers of the work and they are free to question anything, to ask for additional experiments to be performed, and to state their criticism of the work. The author must then respond to the critiques until all the reviews are satisfied. The reviewers also see each others critiques, also anonymously.
In some journals, only 5-10% of the papers submitted are ultimately accepted and published.
Thats why peer-reviewed articles in reputable journal are more reliable than some information from a blog on the internet. It’s very important to understand the difference.”
If you want a more in depth understanding of peer-reviewed studies you can watch as Dr McCord explains the process below.
Peer-reviewed studies on Protandim have been conducted at some of the worlds most respected research institutions, including:
Click below to go to studies directly related to Oxidative Stress, Nrf2 and Protandim.
With over 218 000 studies on Oxidative Stress and 13 000 on Nrf2 at an average cost of $50k per study, it goes without saying that medical professionals and researches are looking in this direction for answers to ageing and disease.
PS If you believe the studies and you’re in love with the idea of living a healthier life for longer, head on over to the shop and place your order today.