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Dayan S.H.,University of Illinois at Chicago | Arkins J.P.,DeNova Research | Sharma V.,Lake Erie College | Paterson E.,Standard Process | Barnes D.,Standard Process
Journal of Drugs in Dermatology | Year: 2011

Background: Despite an abundance of nutritional supplements, very few well-controlled trials have assessed their beneficial effect on the skin, such as hydration, antioxidant levels, texture or appearance. The objective of the following placebo-controlled, double-blind study was to determine the effects of the Skin Health Experimental Product (SHEP) on skin health. Methods: The study enrolled healthy men and women aged 30 years or older. Subjects were randomized to receive a twice-daily regimen of SHEP or placebo. The effects SHEP had on overall skin appearance and health were assessed by measuring improvements in: (1) skin hydration using a closed-aperture transepidermal water-loss moisture meter and a vapometer; (2) skin texture using silicon profilometry; (3) skin carotenoid concentration using Raman spectrometry; and (4) reported self-image assessments using the Global Aesthetic Improvement Scale (GAIS). Results: SHEP-treated subjects demonstrated a significant reduction in fine lines compared to the placebo-treated group. Raman spectroscopy showed that SHEP increased carotenoids at some measurement sites. Based on the GAIS, SHEP-treated subjects were three times more likely to perceive an improvement in their appearance compared to placebo-treated subjects (P>0.049). Conclusion: The orally-administered SHEP nutritional supplement improves skin texture, carotenoid levels in specific areas of the hand, and improves patients' perception of skin health. Copyright © 2011 Journal of Drugs in Dermatology.


News Article | November 2, 2016
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DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - November 02, 2016) - The Board of Trustees, Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alumni of Parker University are pleased to announce and celebrate the inauguration of their new president, William E. Morgan, DC. As the seventh president of Parker University, Dr. Morgan will begin his term presiding over an expanding roster of both programs and students as Parker University pursues its mission of comprehensive education dedicated to research, service, and education. The inauguration was held at 1:30pm on the Parker University main campus in Dallas, Texas at the Standard Process Student Activity Center on October 7, 2016. General Walter E. Boomer was present as a special guest of the president, who invited him to make a special presentation on his behalf. General Boomer is a retired four-star general and assistant commandant of the United States Marine Corps and a business executive. He led all Marines in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm during the Gulf War. He later served as the Chairman and CEO of Rogers Corporation, retiring in 2004. He is the current lead director of Baxter International. General Boomer is a 1960 graduate of Duke University; he later earned a master's degree from American University. In 1998, Dr. Morgan was chosen to establish the first chiropractic clinic at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, which later became Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. In 2015, Walter Reed recognized Dr. Morgan with its highest honor for clinical excellence, the Master Clinician's Award. During the last 18 years at the military's most prestigious medical centers, he practiced in an integrative setting providing chiropractic care to the injured troops returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In a note to the Parker Board Chair from Admiral Mike Mullen, USN (retired) 17th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, he remarks, "I am writing to express my warmest congratulations on your selection of Dr. Bill Morgan as the next president of Parker University. You simply could not have made a better choice. I have known Bill as a matchless student and practitioner of his profession over the past 13 years. He has had an enormous positive impact on thousands of lives. This impact has been that much more significant during over a decade of war where he has innovated and been on the leading edge of chiropractic practice in sometimes overwhelming circumstances. Bill is personable, studied, and dedicated beyond the call. You truly will be blessed in his service and we will miss him immensely here in Bethesda." Dr. Morgan was appointed as the Chiropractic Consultant to the Office of Attending Physician (OAP) at the U.S. Capitol in 2000. At the OAP, doctors of many specialties care for members of Congress and the Supreme Court. Since 2007, Dr. Morgan has served as the Chiropractic Consultant to the White House. He was appointed chiropractor for the United States Naval Academy football team in 2009. Parker University's Chairman of the Board, Oliver "Bud" Smith, Jr. DC, said "The Board of Trustees selected Dr. Morgan based on his depth of experience as a doctor of chiropractic, alongside his continued involvement in almost every aspect of the profession, including but not limited to his ability to integrate chiropractic into mainstream health care," states Dr. Smith. He continues, "Dr. Morgan's comprehensive skill-set will certainly lead Parker University students, faculty and alumni toward a successful future, and we are honored to appoint him as our President." In 1985, Dr. Morgan received his Doctorate of Chiropractic from Palmer College of Chiropractic - West Campus and soon after, married fellow Palmer graduate, Clare Pelkey. They practiced for 13 years in California. He has completed a 2,000 hour fellowship program in Integrated Medicine. Since 2006, Dr. Morgan has served on the Board of Trustees for Palmer College of Chiropractic. He is also a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management and holds adjunct faculty positions at F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and New York Chiropractic College. Additionally, Dr. Morgan has served as a consultant for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), helping to implement the VA's chiropractic benefit and advocate for chiropractic research. In 2011, Dr. Morgan was appointed to the United States Navy Musculoskeletal Continuum of Care Advisory Board -- an entity created to address the prevalent injuries sustained by U.S. Armed Forces Personnel during active-duty operations. Dr. Morgan also served on the Spine Subcommittee, which helps develop care algorithms for treating spinal conditions and determining the future of musculoskeletal management in the U.S. Armed Forces. Dr. Morgan has a long history of serving in military health care. Joining the Navy at 17, he served with an elite Marine Recon company as a hospital corpsman. While in the Navy, he was qualified in parachuting, military diving, submarine insertion, jungle warfare, combat swimming, explosives, mountaineering, winter warfare and Arctic survival. Additionally, he attended anti-terrorist training at the FBI Academy. After leaving active military service and transferring to the Navy Reserves, Dr. Morgan began his educational journey to becoming a doctor of chiropractic. While at Palmer College of Chiropractic, he transferred to a Naval Special Warfare platoon as the unit's primary hospital corpsman. He was sent to Special Operations Technician training to learn the principles of dive medicine. For the next eight years, he served as a dive medicine corpsman/combat swimmer for a platoon of Navy frogmen in Navy Special Warfare Unit One. Excited about his new position, Dr. Morgan states, "Dr. Jim Parker created a chiropractic college in 1982 with a unique spirit, adhering to the rich philosophy, art and emerging science of his profession and with a strong mission. As the new President of Parker University, it is my goal to work toward continuing Dr. Parker's vision for the university, with special emphasis on his passion for education, entrepreneurship, healing, self-actualization and personal responsibility. Dr. Jim Parker's focus on service is epitomized in my favorite Albert Schweitzer quote, 'I don't know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know: The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve.'" In 2011, Parker achieved University status, paving the way for new health care degree programs that expand students' scope of knowledge and provide additional opportunities for Parker graduates to serve more people around the world. Parker University equips its graduates in health sciences, technology, business, and education communities to establish trends in health care and wellness through its certificate, associates, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. Parker University provides an innovative, learning-centered experience for students through a comprehensive curriculum, highly respected faculty, and family-oriented environment. Dallas-based Parker University, formerly known as Parker College of Chiropractic, is one of the world's leading educators of health care professionals. Founded in 1982, this private, nonprofit, educational institution prepares men and women to become doctors of chiropractic and other leaders in health care-related professions. Parker University offers 12 different degree programs as well as continuing education specializations and certifications. Parker University also includes the Parker Research Institute, which provides sound, scientific evidence supporting health and wellness; two chiropractic wellness clinics in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex; Parker Seminars, the largest chiropractic seminar organization in the world, and Parker SHARE Products that provide innovative, high quality products, and current information on chiropractic wellness. For additional information about Parker University, visit the website at www.parker.edu.


News Article | October 28, 2016
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Standard Process Inc. introduces a new, delicious way to provide convenient and nutritious shakes, with SP Complete® Chocolate and SP Complete® Vanilla supplement powders. In addition to being gluten-free and vegetarian, these great-tasting shakes offer rich, satisfying vanilla and chocolate flavors that can be mixed without a blender. Just add water, shake, and go! SP Complete Chocolate and SP Complete Vanilla also serve as a great additions to the Standard Process Purification Program. “SP Complete Chocolate and SP Complete Vanilla shakes are great tasting, easily digestible and simple to use,” says Bruce Bond, DC, DACBN. “I use SP Complete flavors as pre- and post-workout support, as they can both be added as part of a fitness protocol.” With 10 grams of protein per serving, SP Complete Chocolate and SP Complete Vanilla products are not only convenient, but are an excellent way to promote satiety and help provide amino acids. With a combination of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals, the new flavors provide 20 percent of the recommended daily intake of calcium per serving. They also support: ● Intestinal, muscular, and immune system health, including natural muscle growth and repair ● Healthy liver function ● The body’s normal toxin-elimination function SP Complete Chocolate and SP Complete Vanilla are available through licensed or certified health care professionals, including chiropractors, medical doctors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, and licensed registered nurses. To order, visit your local health care professional, visit http://www.standardprocess.com or contact Customer Service at 800-558-8740. For more information on the new flavors, visit http://www.standardprocess.com/ About Standard Process Inc. Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements made with whole food and other ingredients through three product lines: The products are available exclusively through health care professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, medical doctors and veterinarians. Dedicated to the whole food philosophy of founder Dr. Royal Lee, Standard Process’ goal is to ensure its nutritional supplements deliver complex nutrients as nature intended. To accomplish this, Standard Process grows the majority of its raw plant ingredients on company-owned certified organic farmland. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to retain vital nutrients within each ingredient, Standard Process manufactures its supplements in its certified organic manufacturing facility. Standard Process employs high quality control standards and follows the Food and Drug Administration’s current good manufacturing practices. Standard Process also owns two subsidiaries, Cultivate by Standard Process TM and Lee Engineering. Both offer unique wellness solutions. Cultivate delivers scalable wellness programs to businesses, using on-site chiropractic as a central component of the program, to impact individual employee and overall company health. Lee Engineering’s Royal Lee OrganicsTM offers Intelligent Healthful Living™ solutions for home flour milling. Standard Process employs over 370 people and has been in business since 1929. The company is recognized as a distinguished leader and innovator in workplace wellness and an exemplary environmental steward. It is a recipient of the Platinum Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Councils of America and a Tier 1 participant in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Green Tier program, which recognizes companies with strong environmental-compliance records. For additional information about Standard Process, visit standardprocess.com.


Robbins M.G.,Standard Process | Hauder J.,German Research Center for Food Chemistry | Somoza V.,University of Vienna | Eshelman B.D.,University of Wisconsin - Whitewater | And 2 more authors.
Journal of Food Science | Year: 2010

In cruciferous vegetables, myrosinase metabolizes the relatively inactive glucosinolates into isothiocyanates and other products that have the ability to increase detoxification enzyme expression. Thus, maintaining myrosinase activity during food preparation may be critical to receiving the maximum benefit of consumption of Brussels sprouts or other cruciferous vegetables. To test the importance of maintaining myrosinase activity for maximizing bioactivity, experimental diets containing 20% unblanched (active myrosinase) or 20% blanched (inactivated myrosinase) freeze-dried Brussels sprouts and a nutrient-matched control diet were evaluated in vitro and in vivo for their ability to induce detoxification enzymes. Treatment of immortalized HepG2 human hepatoma cells with the unblanched Brussels sprout diet caused a greater increase quinone activity compared to the blanched Brussels sprout diet. C3H/HeJ mice fed the unblanched Brussels sprout diets for 2 wk had significantly higher plasma sulforaphane concentrations. Liver expression of CYP1A1 and epoxide hydrolase, measured using real-time PCR, was correlated with the plasma concentration of sulforaphane. In the lung, expression of epoxide hydrolase, thioredoxin reductase, UDP glucuronosyltransferase, quinone reductase, heme oxygenase, CYP1A1, CYP1A2, and CYP1B1 were also correlated with the plasma concentration of sulforaphane. Together these data demonstrate that, as predicted by the in vitro experiment, in vivo exposure to Brussels sprouts with active myrosinase resulted in greater induction of both phase I and phase II detoxification enzymes in the liver and the lungs that correlated with plasma sulforaphane concentrations. © 2010 Institute of Food Technologists®.


News Article | November 30, 2016
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Standard Process, Inc. is proud to announce their inclusion in the 2016 Deloitte Wisconsin 75, an annual ranking and recognition of the largest closely held companies headquartered in Wisconsin. This marks the company’s eighth consecutive year on the list, having ranked from 2008-2016. In addition, Standard Process was awarded the Talent Award for providing outstanding employee benefits. "What we do at Standard Process changes lives. That starts with our company culture," says president of Standard Process, Charles C. DuBois. "Our employees are our greatest asset so we work hard to empower our team to lead healthy, happy lives." Besides free onsite nutritional and chiropractic care, employees can get free annual health-risk assessments, subsidized lunches, smoking cessation and fitness classes, a $450 per month allotment of nutritional supplements, free access to a fitness center, a variety of health-related classes, and an annual wellness bonus of up to $1,000. Other benefits include education assistance, training and development and access to an on-site life coach. “Standard Process actively fosters an environment where our employee’s health and well-being is a priority,” says Krista Beaudry, Director of Human Resources. “The company does a great job of honoring this commitment. Health and wellness is constantly considered and woven into all of our employee programs.” Due to its success, the Standard Process’ health and wellness program has been recognized with the highest-level awards for building high-performing, healthy workplaces, including the Platinum Worksite Wellness Award from the Wellness Councils of America. We are honored to be included in this year’s Wisconsin 75 list with other top companies such as Northwestern Mutual, Robert W. Baird & Co., American Family Insurance, Uline and more. To see the complete ranking, please see the attached PDF. For more information and a full list of awards, visit http://bit.ly/2du67fu. About Deloitte Wisconsin 75 The annual Deloitte Wisconsin 75 celebrates the contributions made by the state's largest privately and closely held companies. Deloitte compiles the list in order of revenue. Participation is voluntary, so not every large private business is included. But the list always includes many of the most recognizable companies in the state, as well as others that may not be as widely known but whose importance to Wisconsin's economy cannot be overstated. About Standard Process Inc. Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements made with whole food and other ingredients.The products are available exclusively through health care professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, medical doctors and veterinarians.


News Article | October 28, 2016
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Standard Process Inc., a Wisconsin-based visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions, has awarded three students from the Southern California University of Health Sciences (SCUHS) in Whittier, California $2,500 each to go towards their education in holistic healthcare. Standard Process has been awarding scholarships to SCUHS since 2010. "I am beyond grateful for the opportunities that Standard Process has provided me while pursing my graduate education in acupuncture and Chinese medicine,” said Kenneth Mittelstadt. “Thank you, Standard Process, for not only supporting me with the cost of pursuing my degree with this generous scholarship, but also for providing a variety of products that have helped me stay functional and healthy throughout the challenges of pursuing a rigorous health science degree." Mittelstadt is studying acupuncture care and is in his sixth trimester of school and expects to graduate in December 2017. He currently holds a 3.97 GPA at SCUHS. “I grew up on Standard Process products,” said Kimberly Maugeri. “It is a personal accomplishment and an honor to be someone this admirable company chose to support at this stage in my career. Thank you so much!” Maugeri is on her way to becoming a chiropractor and is in her sixth trimester of school and expects to graduate in December 2017. She currently holds a 3.48 GPA at SCUHS. “It was a great surprise and an extreme honor to receive this prestigious scholarship," said Courtney Brandenburg. "I have personally seen the amazing work that Standard Process products are capable of and truly believe in their power. I am looking forward to integrating them into my chiropractic practice upon graduation as a means of therapy and way of reaching optimal health for patients." Brandenburg is in her sixth trimester and is also studying chiropractic care. She expects to graduate in December 2017 and holds a 3.37 GPA at SCUHS. Standard Process believes in being a catalyst for change, one that helps others commit to leading a healthier lifestyle. The company partners with U.S colleges and universities to assist students who are pursuing careers in chiropractic or acupuncture care to promote furthering their education in whole food nutrition. In addition to answering the provided essay question pertaining to their field of study, SCUHS students had to have the following criteria to qualify for a Standard Process scholarship: For more information on scholarship programs available from Standard Process, contact Lisa Hackett, professional development coordinator, at (800) 848-5061 or by email at lhackett(at)standardprocess(dot)com. About Standard Process Inc. Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements made with whole food and other ingredients through three product lines: The products are available exclusively through health care professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, medical doctors and veterinarians. Dedicated to the whole food philosophy of founder Dr. Royal Lee, Standard Process’ goal is to ensure its nutritional supplements deliver complex nutrients as nature intended. To accomplish this, Standard Process grows the majority of its raw plant ingredients on company-owned certified organic farmland. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to retain vital nutrients within each ingredient, Standard Process manufactures its supplements in its certified organic manufacturing facility. Standard Process employs high quality control standards and follows the Food and Drug Administration’s current good manufacturing practices. Standard Process also owns two subsidiaries, Cultivate by Standard Process TM and Lee Engineering. Both offer unique wellness solutions. Cultivate delivers scalable wellness programs to businesses, using on-site chiropractic as a central component of the program, to impact individual employee and overall company health. Lee Engineering’s Royal Lee OrganicsTM offers Intelligent Healthful Living™ solutions for home flour milling. Standard Process employs over 370 people and has been in business since 1929. The company is recognized as a distinguished leader and innovator in workplace wellness and an exemplary environmental steward. It is a recipient of the Platinum Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Councils of America and a Tier 1 participant in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Green Tier program, which recognizes companies with strong environmental-compliance records. For additional information about Standard Process, visit standardprocess.com.


News Article | November 3, 2016
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Standard Process Inc., a leader in whole food nutrient solutions, presented two students Maxwell Muehleip and Ben Stebbins, from the University of Western States (UWS) $2,500 each to support their education in chiropractic care. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process started their scholarship program to aid students who are studying to become a health care professional with hope that they will grasp the study of nutritional education as well. “I would like to thank Standard Process from the bottom of my heart,” said Muehleip. “My grandmother - who loved Standard Process products - was a staunch supporter of my dream to become a doctor of chiropractic. She passed away my first term of the doctoral program but I know she is very proud.” Muehleip, a UWS student studying chiropractic care, is a quarter 12 student expecting to graduate in 2016. “Thank you to Standard Process for this scholarship opportunity,” said Stebbins. “I appreciate the chance to learn and write about a topic I am passionate about, while hopefully educating others. Nutrition is a vital component of health and wellness and is something that needs to be addressed in today's society. I believe debunking common nutritional myths is a great way to educate the public on this matter.” Also studying chiropractic care at UWS, Stebbins expects to graduate 2017, and is in his eighth quarter of school. Both students show educational excellence. They submitted essays regarding their thoughts on nutrition myths which helped with the decision to pick them as the Standard Process scholarship recipients. Standard Process has positive ties with educational institutions that are developing the next generation of health care professionals around the country. Their goal is to promote and educate future health care professionals to include nutritional education into their practice while pursuing their professional health care degrees. In order for a UWS student to qualify for a Standard Process scholarship, they must meet the following standards: If you would like to learn more about Standard Process scholarship opportunities, contact Lisa Hackett, professional development coordinator, at 800-848-5061, or by email at lhackett(at)standardprocess(dot)com. About Standard Process Inc. Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements made with whole food and other ingredients through three product lines: The products are available exclusively through health care professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, medical doctors and veterinarians. Dedicated to the whole food philosophy of founder Dr. Royal Lee, Standard Process’ goal is to ensure its nutritional supplements deliver complex nutrients as nature intended. To accomplish this, Standard Process grows the majority of its raw plant ingredients on company-owned certified organic farmland. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to retain vital nutrients within each ingredient, Standard Process manufactures its supplements in its certified organic manufacturing facility. Standard Process employs high quality control standards and follows the Food and Drug Administration’s current good manufacturing practices. Standard Process also owns two subsidiaries, Cultivate by Standard Process TM and Lee Engineering. Both offer unique wellness solutions. Cultivate delivers scalable wellness programs to businesses, using on-site chiropractic as a central component of the program, to impact individual employee and overall company health. Lee Engineering’s Royal Lee OrganicsTM offers Intelligent Healthful Living™ solutions for home flour milling. Standard Process employs over 370 people and has been in business since 1929. The company is recognized as a distinguished leader and innovator in workplace wellness and an exemplary environmental steward. It is a recipient of the Platinum Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Councils of America and a Tier 1 participant in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Green Tier program, which recognizes companies with strong environmental-compliance records. For additional information about Standard Process, visit standardprocess.com.


News Article | November 3, 2016
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Standard Process Inc., manufacturer of whole food nutrient solutions, supports future health care professionals in several ways. Through the Standard Process scholarship program, Kameron Bavender, a student from Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) was granted $2,500 to continue to pursue her chiropractic degree. “I want to thank Standard Process for this scholarship,” said Bavender. “I am excited for the support it will provide me while in chiropractic college.” Bavender, the 2016 recipient of the Standard Process Nutrition Award scholarship, is in her fourth trimester with a 4.0 GPA and expects to graduate fall of 2018. “It is no surprise to us at TCC,” said TCC’s Arthur Goudeau, “that Ms. Kameron Bavender was awarded the Standard Process scholarship. She is such an incredible example of what makes chiropractic such a great profession”. Standard Process goes above and beyond to help students studying in the healthcare professions. This year Standard Process has provided health care professional students with over $90,000 in scholarship funds, with hope that the recipients will further their knowledge in nutritional education while pursuing their degrees. In order for a TCC student to qualify for a Standard Process scholarship, they must meet the following standards: If you would like to learn more about Standard Process scholarship opportunities, contact Lisa Hackett, professional development coordinator, at 800-848-5061, or by email at lhackett@standardprocess.com. About Standard Process Inc. Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements made with whole food and other ingredients through three product lines: The products are available exclusively through health care professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, medical doctors and veterinarians. Dedicated to the whole food philosophy of founder Dr. Royal Lee, Standard Process’ goal is to ensure its nutritional supplements deliver complex nutrients as nature intended. To accomplish this, Standard Process grows the majority of its raw plant ingredients on company-owned certified organic farmland. Using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes to retain vital nutrients within each ingredient, Standard Process manufactures its supplements in its certified organic manufacturing facility. Standard Process employs high quality control standards and follows the Food and Drug Administration’s current good manufacturing practices. Standard Process also owns two subsidiaries, Cultivate by Standard Process TM and Lee Engineering. Both offer unique wellness solutions. Cultivate delivers scalable wellness programs to businesses, using on-site chiropractic as a central component of the program, to impact individual employee and overall company health. Lee Engineering’s Royal Lee OrganicsTM offers Intelligent Healthful Living™ solutions for home flour milling. Standard Process employs over 370 people and has been in business since 1929. The company is recognized as a distinguished leader and innovator in workplace wellness and an exemplary environmental steward. It is a recipient of the Platinum Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Councils of America and a Tier 1 participant in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Green Tier program, which recognizes companies with strong environmental-compliance records. For additional information about Standard Process, visit standardprocess.com.


News Article | October 28, 2016
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Cultivate by Standard Process continues to expand and evolve its proven approach to delivering business performance through chiropractic-led on-site corporate wellness. Through the Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy, Cultivate is developing DCs to become executive leaders who drive wellness and business success. “The sole purpose of the Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy is to equip chiropractors with skills to improve business performance for their corporate clients and for their private practices,” Cultivate President Jerry Curtin says. Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy curriculum was designed by a panel of experts with a combined 180 years of applicable field experience. Cultivate uses documented chiropractic expertise, corporate processes and proprietary tools based on 10 years of data and outcomes. Dr. Michelle Wesely, Chicago, and Dr. Ken Krimpelbein, Milwaukee, recently joined Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy as practice development coordinators. Both run successful private practices. Both are Cultivate-certified on-site corporate wellness chiropractors. “Joining the Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy appeals to me for one reason,” Dr. Wesely says. “We bring real-life practical experience in delivering on-site corporate wellness to chiropractors seeking to make a difference in their communities and in their private practices.” Those chiropractors accepted into the Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy gain access to a network of leaders in the corporate on-site wellness model and successful private practitioners. The ongoing support offered through the Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy staff and accredited DCs includes regular phone conferences, webinars and exclusive high-level continuing education sessions. All centered on delivering business performance. “The proven Cultivate on-site business model develops you and your practice to deliver more confidence while solving for common chiropractic challenges,” Dr. Ken Krimpelbein says. “These include maximizing community visibility, diversifying your practice, creating more certainty in care and, ultimately, impacting more lives. Cultivate does not succeed unless your private practice succeeds.” Visit http://www.cultivateonsite.com/partner/for-chiropractors to explore the Cultivate Business Enterprise Academy. Get started by completing the short form at the bottom of the page. Dr. Ken Krimpelbein graduated from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Kansas City, Mo., in 1995. He completed his undergraduate studies at UW-Whitewater. Since 1995, he has run and maintained a successful practice. In April of 2005,The American Chiropractor (a chiropractic trade journal) featured Dr. Ken in an article entitled “The Amazing Chiropractor.” Dr. Krimpelbein’s practice has been selected by readers of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a Top Choice Finalist in the Chiropractic Category and the Business of the Year by the South Shore Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Michelle Wesely hails from Whitby, Ontario, Canada, and is a Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner and a board certified Chiropractic Physician in Illinois. She completed her functional medicine training at Functional Medicine University after earning a Doctorate in Chiropractic and Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from the National University of Health Sciences. Dr. Wesely has been practicing with her husband Dr. Mark Wesely since 2001 in Glen Ellyn, Ill. In 2015, Wesely Family Chiropractic was awarded the “Patient’s Choice Award” for their commitment to quality patient care and the community. Cultivate is the first company of its kind that incorporates an on-site chiropractic professional with nutritional expertise as part of an organization’s wellness offering. This expert serves as the central resource to provide key elements of an effective wellness program, including chiropractic care, fitness consulting, nutritional guidance, and ongoing health education curricula. Cultivate works to assess and then deliver scalable wellness solutions to impact individual employees and the overall company using onsite chiropractic as a central component of the program. To learn more, visit http://www.cultivateonsite.com


Hanlon P.R.,Standard Process | Barnes D.M.,Standard Process
Journal of Food Science | Year: 2011

Radishes (Raphanus sativus L.) are members of the cruciferous vegetable family that contain many classes of biologically active phytochemicals. This study determined the phytochemical composition of the sprouts and mature taproots of 8 radish varieties. Radish sprouts contained significantly greater concentrations of glucosinolates (3.8-fold) and isothiocyanates (8.2-fold) than the mature radish taproot and also contained significantly greater concentrations of phenolics (on average 6.9-fold). The anthocyanin concentrations of the mature radish taproot were significantly greater than in the sprouts of red, pink, and purple varieties. The primary anthocyanidins present in the red and pink radish varieties were pelargonidin and delphinidin, while the primary anthocyanidin in the purple radish variety was cyanidin. Radish sprouts were between 9- and 59-fold more potent than the corresponding mature taproot at activating the antioxidant response element (ARE) in a stably transfected hepatoma cell line. The ARE activity of the radish sprouts and mature taproots was significantly correlated with the total isothiocyanate concentration of the radishes. © 2010 Institute of Food Technologists ®.

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