Our Story

Our Story

HepTech is dedicated to providing effective supplements to meet the demands of the doctor to support the restoration of health in liver diseases.  HepTech began in the life and body of its Founder.  Todd Schneider was born a hemophiliac, and was infected with Hepatitis C and Hepatitis B virus at 2 years old from a blood transfusion. He did not find out that he was infected until age 30. When he had a transjugular biopsy done, he had already developed cirrhosis.  He had been taking supplements at that time of diagnosis, but the doctors were unfamiliar with their effect, and told him to stop.  His health immediately declined, and got even worse when he was given Interferon.  It was clear that his life would be short if he followed the medical recommendations.  So, he started doing his own research.  His one criteria, to anyone who said they had a cure, was "Show me the before and after laboratory studies."  In most cases, the claims had no evidence.  He continued to study the scientific literature and followed the train to the experts who had done the research. Eventually he found Dr. Peter Schmid, an MD, Ph.D. who has devoted his life to the study of liver health and curing Hepatitis C.  Dr. Schmid the theory that Hepatitis C could be managed if the inflammation was controlled.  He postulated that if we stopped the liver damage, then the liver could regenerate.  Herbal molecules, vitamins, and amino acids were chosen to execute the desired function.  Through a network of doctors, the supplement protocol was recommended to a cohort of patients with Hepatitis C.  The results were positive, and some were near-miraculous.  So, as study was organized and conducted at the University of Alberta, headed by the world renown researcher, Dr. Lauren Tyrell.  The subjects were mice, with transplanted human livers, known a Chimeric Mice.  They were infected with Hepatitis C, and given placebo or the HepTech formula.  The results were clear.  The hepatitis C infected mice were much healthier with on the HepTech protocol.
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