Campaign for Immune Health Awareness
Scholarships for Students for Community Educational Outreach
Berkeley Immune Support Formula
Diindolylmethane (DIM)
Immune System Booster

Berkeley BioSciences, Inc., manufacturer of the prominent nutritional immune booster, Berkeley Immune Support Formula, a Diindolylmethane (DIM) Immune System Booster, which was launched with nutritional technology discovered and developed by senior scientists at UC Berkeley’s Nutritional Sciences Department and Cancer Research Laboratory, proudly announces its Campaign for Immune Health Awareness.

The Campaign for Immune Health Awareness aims to raise awareness about the impact that Vitamin D deficiency and obesity in America have on the health and function of the immune system and why addressing both of these matters is important from a public health perspective.

Approximately 40% of American adults are Vitamin D deficient with the highest rate of deficiency seen in African Americans (82%), followed by Hispanics (70%). Additionally, according to the CDC, 74% of adult Americans are either over-weight or obese. Vitamin D deficiency and obesity both significantly and negatively impact the immune system. An overlay of this data reveals their compounding effect, especially in minority communities.

Furthermore, if Americans live north of the 37th parallel (a latitude line just south of San Franciso on the West Coast and just south of Richmond, Virginia on the East Coast, which roughly divides the US in two), due to insufficient UVB rays from the sun during the fall and winter seasons, they can seasonally develop Vitamin D deficiency in northern US states. In fact, in places like New England, even children who normally enjoy playing in the sun are known to develop significant Vitamin D deficiencies in the fall and winter.

To this effect, Berkeley BioSciences announces scholarships for high school and college student leaders to help raise awareness about this issue within their respective communities. Scholarships will be provided on a merit basis to students who publish essays and or articles in their school or local newspapers, blogs, and other media through consultations with local doctors and immunologists within their communities about the importance of monitoring one’s Vitamin D status and the importance of weight management, especially in the elderly and especially in minority communities, for the maintenance of immune system health.

Chronic or seasonal immune deficiency within the US stemming from chronic or seasonal Vitamin D deficiency and the obesity epidemic, especially within minority communities, are issues that must be confronted through strong public health leadership and we believe that student leaders can be very impactful. When students lead, with the dynamic energy that they have, public leaders usually follow. Hopefully, as a result, we’ll see greater public health awareness and leadership on this matter in the near future.

Program Details:

We will be giving separate scholarships to high school students and college students. So for high school applicants there will be a First Prize, a Second Prize and a Third Prize and a separate First Prize, Second Prize and a Third Prize will be given to college / university students. This way the applicant pools are separated.

All students from high schools and colleges / universities around the country who participate in this program will receive an honorary mention on our website for their participation in this community outreach campaign.

The First Prize Scholarship for a high school or college student who publishes an outstanding essay or news article in their school newspaper, local newspaper, digital media platform, blog, etc. and helps to disseminate their essay and findings through local community outreach centers will receive $1000 from our company and a one-year supply of our product for them and their family to enjoy—a box of 12 bottles of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula.

The Second Prize Scholarship for a high school or college student who publishes an outstanding essay or news article in their school newspaper and helps to disseminate their findings through local community outreach centers will receive $500 from our company and a six-month supply of our product for them and their family to enjoy—a package of 6 bottles of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula.

The Third Prize Scholarship for a high school or college student who publishes an outstanding essay or news article in their school newspaper and helps to disseminate their findings through local community outreach centers will receive $250 from our company and a three-month supply of our product for them and their family to enjoy—a package of 3 bottles of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula.

If we do not receive high quality applications, we reserve the right to rescind this program and not give out any prizes. This program’s intent is to motivate students to firstly learn how the immune system works by consulting with local doctors and immunologists in their community and then to share their findings regarding how Vitamin D deficiency and obesity impact the immune system to educate their respective communities regarding these important issues.

The promotion or mention of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula within their essays and articles is not required at all for participation in this program.

Our goal is community awareness about the importance of addressing Vitamin D deficiency and the importance of weight management for the health of the immune system.

The deadline to apply for this program is March 31, 2023. Winners will be announced by April 30, 2023, and awards will be mailed to the winners within two weeks of the announcements. 

For questions or more information about this program, please contact our customer service department for the Berkeley Immune Support Formula and an appropriate representative regarding this community outreach program will contact you.

Regards,

Berkeley Immune Support Formula Community Outreach Team

Campaign for Immune Health Awareness
Scholarships for Students for Community Educational Outreach
Berkeley Immune Support Formula
Diindolylmethane (DIM) Immune System Booster

Berkeley BioSciences, Inc., manufacturer of the prominent nutritional immune booster, Berkeley Immune Support Formula, a Diindolylmethane (DIM) Immune System Booster, which was launched with nutritional technology discovered and developed by senior scientists at UC Berkeley’s Nutritional Sciences Department and Cancer Research Laboratory, proudly announces its Campaign for Immune Health Awareness.

The Campaign for Immune Health Awareness aims to raise awareness about the impact that Vitamin D deficiency and obesity in America have on the health and function of the immune system and why addressing both of these matters is important from a public health perspective.

Approximately 40% of American adults are Vitamin D deficient with the highest rate of deficiency seen in African Americans (82%), followed by Hispanics (70%). Additionally, according to the CDC, 74% of adult Americans are either over-weight or obese. Vitamin D deficiency and obesity both significantly and negatively impact the immune system. An overlay of this data reveals their compounding effect, especially in minority communities.

Furthermore, if Americans live north of the 37th parallel (a latitude line just south of San Franciso on the West Coast and just south of Richmond, Virginia on the East Coast, which roughly divides the US in two), due to insufficient UVB rays from the sun during the fall and winter seasons, they can seasonally develop Vitamin D deficiency in northern US states. In fact, in places like New England, even children who normally enjoy playing in the sun are known to develop significant Vitamin D deficiencies in the fall and winter.

To this effect, Berkeley BioSciences announces scholarships for high school and college student leaders to help raise awareness about this issue within their respective communities. Scholarships will be provided on a merit basis to students who publish essays and or articles in their school or local newspapers, blogs, and other media through consultations with local doctors and immunologists within their communities about the importance of monitoring one’s Vitamin D status and the importance of weight management, especially in the elderly and especially in minority communities, for the maintenance of immune system health.

Chronic or seasonal immune deficiency within the US stemming from chronic or seasonal Vitamin D deficiency and the obesity epidemic, especially within minority communities, are issues that must be confronted through strong public health leadership and we believe that student leaders can be very impactful. When students lead, with the dynamic energy that they have, public leaders usually follow. Hopefully, as a result, we’ll see greater public health awareness and leadership on this matter in the near future.

Program Details:

We will be giving separate scholarships to high school students and college students. So for high school applicants there will be a First Prize, a Second Prize and a Third Prize and a separate First Prize, Second Prize and a Third Prize will be given to college / university students. This way the applicant pools are separated.

All students from high schools and colleges / universities around the country who participate in this program will receive an honorary mention on our website for their participation in this community outreach campaign.

The First Prize Scholarship for a high school or college student who publishes an outstanding essay or news article in their school newspaper, local newspaper, digital media platform, blog, etc. and helps to disseminate their essay and findings through local community outreach centers will receive $1000 from our company and a one-year supply of our product for them and their family to enjoy—a box of 12 bottles of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula.

The Second Prize Scholarship for a high school or college student who publishes an outstanding essay or news article in their school newspaper and helps to disseminate their findings through local community outreach centers will receive $500 from our company and a six-month supply of our product for them and their family to enjoy—a package of 6 bottles of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula.

The Third Prize Scholarship for a high school or college student who publishes an outstanding essay or news article in their school newspaper and helps to disseminate their findings through local community outreach centers will receive $250 from our company and a three-month supply of our product for them and their family to enjoy—a package of 3 bottles of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula.

If we do not receive high quality applications, we reserve the right to rescind this program and not give out any prizes. This program’s intent is to motivate students to firstly learn how the immune system works by consulting with local doctors and immunologists in their community and then to share their findings regarding how Vitamin D deficiency and obesity impact the immune system to help educate their respective communities regarding these important issues.

The promotion or mention of the Berkeley Immune Support Formula within their essays and articles is not required at all for participation in this program.

Our goal is community awareness about the importance of addressing Vitamin D deficiency and the importance of weight management for the health of the immune system.

The deadline to apply for this program is March 31, 2023. Winners will be announced by April 30, 2023, and awards will be mailed to the winners within two weeks of the announcements. 

For questions or more information about this program, please contact our customer service department for the Berkeley Immune Support Formula and an appropriate representative regarding this community outreach program will contact you.

Regards,

Berkeley Immune Support Formula Community Outreach Team

Berkeley Immune Support Formula Immune Booster Supplement
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Alex Amini, M.D.
Infectious Disease Specialist
Kaiser Permanente

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