What role can red light play in your health?

Back in 1967, the Russians launched a spacecraft called Soyuz 1.

They were hoping to use the mission to learn to grow plants in outer space using infrared light, among other experiments.

One of the astronauts on the mission put his hands under these lights repeatedly and reported that it alleviated his arthritis.

After later experimentation, it was determined that specific wavelengths of red light can dilate blood vessels.

Which, in turn, reduces inflammation.

Years later, American companies began experimenting with lasers, hoping to pin down the precise capabilities of red light as a tool for healing.

As a result, healing lasers calibrated to very specific frequencies of red light are now readily available.

These lasers dilate blood vessels which, in turn, produce nitric oxide.

The release of nitric oxide can have a very therapeutic effect on health.

This isn’t just hearsay, of course.

I studied red light intensely, and its relationship to nitric oxide, with Dr. Hamblin, an MD/PhD at Harvard University.

Dr. Hamblin is one of the greatest medical investigators I’ve ever met.

He’s published over 450 peer-reviewed articles in some of the finest scientific journals available.

While working closely with Dr. Hamblin, I acquainted him with my research, which shows that sugar is one of the most prevalent and toxic poisons in our modern diet.

That reducing our intake of sugar is positively essential to remastering our health and living longer, more enjoyable lives.

You can read all about my adventures in my book, “Sugar Crush.”

Or, if you’re suffering now from chronic illness or illnesses, reach out to me.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

It’s become my personal mission to help people understand how sugar is harming them.

I’d love nothing more than to review your medical history and pin down how altering your diet might alleviate many of your current symptoms.