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Episode 31: The Truth That's Not Being Told

Episode 31: The Truth That’s Not Being Told

Join Michael as he dives into the statistics around chronic inflammatory diseases and the truth that’s not being told about how whole-body wellness and lifestyle medicine offer hope in the fight for your life.

Today, it’s impossible to turn on the tv or read the news without seeing controversy and panic around the pandemic. What the news media are not reporting on is the deeply troubling mortality rates of chronic inflammatory diseases. According to data from the American Heart Association, over 600,000 people are dying every year from heart disease. The American Cancer Society shared similar statistics, stating over 600,000 people each year are dying of cancer. 

With so many people suffering from these diseases, it begs the question: Is it possible to reverse the course of chronic inflammatory diseases in the body? The short answer, yes. Join TriVita Founder and CEO Michael R. Ellison as he discusses the impact whole-body wellness and lifestyle medicine have on the trajectory of chronic inflammatory diseases and the ways to empower you on your health journey.

About Michael R. Ellison, TriVita Founder & CEO

Michael Ellison has a mission to help people everywhere experience whole-person wellness. For him, this mission became crystal clear when he suffered a health crisis at the age of 50.

As Michael recovered and found his way back to health, he became determined to share his message of wellness with others. This led to his founding of TriVita in 1999, where he now leads the company’s ongoing pursuit of bringing health and wellness to the world.

Helping people experience greater wellness and mitigate the unwanted, unnecessary lifestyle-related diseases continue to be Michael’s purpose… and he brings this passion to the table in the day-to-day operations at TriVita.

Michael Ellison is also the author of 10 Habits of Wellness and founder of House of Giving — a nonprofit organization focused on serving those less fortunate, especially children in poverty-stricken areas of the world by providing opportunities for a higher quality of life and wellness.

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