Viver Pocket Health Guides empower you to reduce the risk of disease by integrating healthy food choices with good daily habits. The Viver Pocket Health Guides use a unique 5-simple-steps process to visually communicate all the information you need to make essential decisions to lead a healthier lifestyle. Through concise and easy-to-understand photos, charts, and infographics, the Viver 5-simple-steps can help you succeed in reaching the goal of leading a life of wellness. Viver Pocket Health Guides are based on extensive scientific research and proven results, and have been endorsed by top health experts. They are water-resistant, tear-proof, and printed on recycled paper for portability. A portion of our proceeds go to nonprofit organizations that advocate health education.
After having gone through treatment for breast cancer, Vicki Barghout, Viver Health's founder, found a real need to establish a guide to assist through the process.
Viver Digital has the capability to reach and understand patients through digital means. This process helps larger companies understand their patients needs.
Viver creates and produces healthy recipes to help its users lead a healthy lifestyle and follow the principles set forth in the 5-simple-steps process
What are essential fatty acids and why is it so important?
A diet rich in omega-3s stops inflammation and reduces the body’s overall burden of chronic inflammation. The importance of a healthy diet has gained relevance as scientists research the growing role of chronic inflammation in causing disease.
Did you know the color of your pee is important to your well being?
Urine has been a useful tool of diagnosis since the early days of medicine. The color, density, quantity, and smell of urine can reveal much about the state of our health. You can use your body as a tool to gauge your inner wellbeing every time you pee.
How to avoid
We asked our health expert, Jodi Hutchinson, to break down the science, and explain how sugar affects our bodies. If you understand the science you can make educated choices about your health.