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Pinnaclife occupies a unique place in the supplement industry. We got our start from personal experience with life changing medical events that caused us to examine the need for products that would meet the special needs of people undergoing medical challenges. Our company grew beyond the boundaries of personal use and expanded as physicians and patients were slowly introduced to our supplements and found that they improved the quality of their lives.

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Fast Facts

  • The human body is capable of creating over 3 million pounds of cells over a lifetime.

  • 98% of the body gets replaced at the molecular level in only one year.

  • 6 trillion chemical reactions take place in the human body every second.

  • There are more bacteria living in and on your body than there are people on the planet.

  • The concept of inflammation comes from ancient times when the body’s response to injury or infection was thought of as heat or fire as happens with a fever or wound.

  • Humans excrete up to 700 milliliters of sweat per day.

  • One of the reasons some bacteria have become resistant to antibiotics is due to their ability to produce biofilms.

  • Only about 40% of healthcare workers follow hand hygiene practices in medical facilities including hospitals and nursing homes.

  • If the intestines were laid into a flat surface, they would cover approximately 330 to 430 square feet.

  • The 100% daily value listed for most nutrients was established during World War II to prevent deficiencies while rationing food.

  • Vitamin D is actually a hormone produced in your skin by sunlight.

  • Iron-containing supplements are a leading cause of accidental poisonings in children.

  • The nutrients that are most lacking in vegetarian and vegan diets include B-12, Co-Q10, carnitine, L-taurine, alpha-lipoic acid, and zinc – not protein.

  • Supplementing folic acid without B-12 can mask symptoms of B-12 deficiency.

  • 97% of people age 2 and up do not consume the estimated average requirements of fiber on a daily basis without the use of supplements.

  • 93% of people age 2 and up do not consume the estimated average requirements of Vitamin D on a daily basis without the use of supplements.

  • 91% of people age 2 and up do not consume the estimated average requirements of Vitamin E on a daily basis without the use of supplements.

  • 55% of people age 2 and up do not consume the estimated average requirements of magnesium on a daily basis without the use of supplements.

  • Magnesium is required for over 300 biochemical and enzymatic processes in the body.

  • Nutritional deficiencies are linked to disease and illness.

  • You experience more negative and severe feelings of hunger when your diet is low in micronutrients like vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

  • Eating a diet high in micronutrients can help reduce your food cravings and unpleasant hunger symptoms.

  • 29.1 million people in the U.S. (9.3% of total population) have diabetes, but 8 million of those people (27%) do not know they have it yet.

  • 80 million Americans (35% of people 20 or older) have prediabetes and are at risk of developing diabetes, but only 7.3% of them know they are at risk.

  • The cerebral cortex is the largest part of the brain and is thought to contain 15-33 billion neurons.

  • The average adult brain weighs up to 1400 grams and is made up of about 78% water.

  • The brain receives up to 20% of the blood flow from the heart.

  • The blood-brain barrier blocks the transport of approximately 98% of small molecules from the blood to the brain.

  • The gut nervous system includes 100 million neurons.

  • The gut produces 70% of the body’s serotonin and 50% of the body’s dopamine.

  • 80% of the body’s immune cells line the gut.

  • The human gut is estimated to have 100 trillion microorganisms, 10 times the total number of human cells in the body.

  • Beneficial bacteria in your gut help you to digest food and absorb key nutrients.

  • Beneficial bacteria in your gut can help protect you from illness and disease.

  • 83% of people with celiac disease do not know they have it or are misdiagnosed with another condition.

  • There are currently no laboratory tests available to help diagnose non-celiac gluten sensitivities that affect more than 6% of the population.

  • The liver is thought to be responsible for up to 500 separate functions usually working together with other systems and organs.

  • As little as 25% of a liver can regenerate a whole liver.

  • 30% of people with diabetes will experience some level of vision loss.

  • Diabetic retinopathy is leading cause of blindness in people aged 20-74.

  • The left lung is smaller than the right lung to make space for the heart.

  • Together the lungs contain approximately 1500 miles of airways.

  • The normal adult resting heart rate is from 60-100 beats per minute.

  • During sleep the normal heart rate is 40-50 beats per minute.

  • Endurance athletes typically have slower heart rates between 30 and 50 beats per minute.

  • High fiber diets are known to decrease cardiovascular risk.

  • If you had a heart rate of 75 beats per minute, your heart will beat over 3 billion times by the time you are 80 years old.

  • You have over 60,000 miles of blood vessels throughout your body.

  • The average person has about 1.5 gallons of blood in their body.

  • The average human tongue has 2,000-8,000 taste buds.

  • Five different elements of taste: salty, sour, bitter, sweet and umami (savory) can be detected by any area of the tongue.

  • If you snore loudly, you have a higher risk of having a heart attack or stroke.

  • About 1 in 15 Americans are affected by at least a moderate degree of sleep apnea.

  • If you have been diagnosed with insomnia, the estimated annual costs are $5,000 compared to $400 for those who sleep well.

  • Babies are born with 270 bones, but the number is decreased to 206 by adulthood after some bones have fused together.

  • Strong bones require several nutrients including calcium, magnesium, vitamin K, boron, silicon, Vitamin D, and more.

  • Cigarette smoke contains more than 100 trillion free radicals that can cause oxidative stress.

  • Aging and various diseases including diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease are all linked to mitochondrial dysfunction.

  • Oxidative stress and inflammation contribute to many of the negative health effects seen with type 2 diabetes.

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