"Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food."
~Hippocrates

Todd’s Fibroscans

In 2004 Todd Schneider was in deep trouble. Co-infected with both Hepatitis B and C, he was in liver cirrhosis (fibrosis stage 4), on the transplant list, and undergoing a hepatic “flare” of the immune system. Todd’s condition was established by a transjugular biopsy (click here) and a Fibroscan (see below).

That was the beginning of a remarkable journey that brought together some of the brightest medical minds in the world, on both on the clinical side and the research side, to research and develop a Medical Food strategy, using the latest known science in fibrogenesis and virology, to help reduce the collagen load in Todd’s liver and bring him back to a state of health and vitality.

Please note that the HepTech Comprehensive Medical Food Protocol is NOT a cure for Hepatitis. During the entire course of the events shown below, Todd’s viral loads have stayed in the tens of millions, even to this day. His unusually elevated readings are a result of Todd’s co-infection with Hepatitis B and C. Patients that are not co-infected typically have much lower viral loads, but even for them the HepTech Comprehensive Medical Food protocol will not clear a patient of the virus.

Here are the FibroScan Results!
Click here to view the 2001 Original Cirrhosis Report
here to view blood work Results

2004 - Fibrosis Grade F4 (Cirrhosis)


Fibroscans

2006 - Fibrosis Grade F2-3


Fibroscans

2009 - Fibrosis Grade F1-2


Fibroscans

2011 - Fibrosis Grade Low F1


Fibroscans