Proudly Made in the U.S.A.

made-in-the-usa-proudlySince BioSculpture Technology, Inc.’s founding in 2001, our equipment has always been manufactured and assembled in the U.S.A.  Of course we happily use components from our allies around the world and will continue to do so when those components help us make our devices better.  But, we have never opted for a foreign component merely because of cost.  Our standard, the American standard, has been that of making the best possible product, and manufacturing it inside the U.S.A.

Last night the “silent majority” spoke and reclaimed our country back for everyone who actually works for a living or who wants to again be able to work for a living.  U.S. workers expressed their desire to be able to ply their trades again and reawaken the American dream.  And, it was a beautiful thing. Read more

New Technology May Permit a Safer Approach to the Burgeoning Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes Problem

Reuters reports there are 2.1 Billion people suffering from obesity about the globe and obesity related disease costs exceeded $2 Trillion USD in 2015.  McKinsey who-obesity-angllosphereGlobal Institute forecasts the obesity market to reach $17 trillion USD by 2030 when half of the population is forecast to be obese. These obesity-related diseases include sleep apnea, gastric reflux, hypertension, autoimmune diseases and cancers, vascular disease, heart attacks and strokes, and most importantly type 2 diabetes.

The W.H.O. reports that the U.S. has the highest overweight and obesity proportion in the Anglosphere.  Over 2/3 of our population is overweight and 43% is forecast to be obese in a few years. 43% of blacks and Hispanics already are!  An individual’s lifetime costs of obesity are estimated at $92,235.   80% of type 2 diabetics are obese as obesity is the leading cause of type 2 diabetes.   Diabetes mellitus is the leading cause of renal failure needing dialysis, a frequent cause of blindness, and the most frequent indication for amputations. Obesity doesn’t just shorten your life, but it lessens its quality.

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