The Documenting Hope Project is a groundbreaking pilot program aimed at reversing chronic illnesses in children. The project is a coalition of physicians, parents, scientists, research and health organizations, and experts in a cross-section of specialties ranging from bioinformatics to traditional healing. Together, they have come together to re-think the way in which we approach health and wellness in the developed world.

Optimizing Daily Interactions for Better Health

The coalition believes that serious chronic illnesses can be reversed by optimizing the things that interact with our bodies on a daily basis. If true, this could profoundly impact the future of our children and life on this planet. To test this hypothesis, the Documenting Hope Medical and Scientific Team is undertaking a novel experiment enrolling a small pilot group of children with chronic conditions to demonstrate that their conditions can be reversed.

Personalized Support for Pilot Families

Families enrolled in this groundbreaking pilot program will receive, at no cost to them, personalized nutritional support (including whole, organic, biodynamically-sourced food and supplementation if warranted), comprehensive and cutting-edge laboratory and developmental tests, non-toxic personal and home products, environmental assessments and remediation, personalized therapeutic modalities, emotional/spiritual support, and more.

A Family’s Story

In a video produced by Epidemic Answers, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and reversal of chronic health and developmental conditions in children, a family shares their experience with their son’s chronic health condition and how the Documenting Hope Project has given them hope for a better future.

The CHIRP Study

The Documenting Hope project is a cornerstone research program of Epidemic Answers, featuring two IRB-approved research studies: The CHIRP Study and the FLIGHT Study. The CHIRP Study seeks to better understand the impact of the totality of modern living on children’s health, growth, and development. It measures how hundreds of different environmental variables, such as toxins, diet, lifestyle, and modern medicine, impact children’s health.

The FLIGHT Study

The FLIGHT Study, on the other hand, is the first-of-its-kind prospective, longitudinal study that closely examines how children with chronic health conditions improve or even fully recover using a “root causes,” bio-regulatory systems, and collaborative, integrative approach. It builds upon the CHIRP Study as a foundation for capturing clinical data over time to test the hypothesis that comprehensive personalized lifestyle interventions will result in symptom abatement, improved health, and potentially full disease reversal.

Personalized Lifestyle Interventions for Participants

The study tracks individual participants through 18 months of lifestyle interventions personalized to their needs. The full study aims to enroll up to 14 children with chronic health or developmental conditions. Highlights of the study will be captured for a documentary film to be shared with the public.

Hope for Families and Healthcare Providers

The Documenting Hope project and the FLIGHT Study offer a beacon of hope for families with children suffering from chronic health conditions. The findings will inspire and empower families and healthcare providers to take meaningful action to protect children’s health and wellbeing. While the future remains uncertain for the children in the pilot program, there is hope that they will achieve the most fulfilling, healthiest life possible.

The Importance of Treating Medical Problems in Children

The family featured in the Epidemic Answers video shared their experience with their son’s chronic health condition. Their son was lacking speech and personality, and he had no happiness, emotion, or interaction. The family realized that their son had some stomach issues and took him to a doctor who prescribed medicine that did not help him. They soon discovered that children with gut issues and other health problems find it challenging to learn and be their best, most authentic selves. They realized that it was essential to treat many of their son’s medical problems to see what would happen.

The Difference of the Documenting Hope Project

In the real world, when a child is diagnosed with a condition, the parents are left as lone soldiers who have to figure everything out on their own. The Documenting Hope Project is different. The children get to be seen by a variety of specialists who are all on their team. The study aims to test the hypothesis that comprehensive personalized lifestyle interventions will result in symptom abatement, improved health, and potentially full disease reversal.

A Path Forward

The Documenting Hope project and the FLIGHT Study offer hope for families with children suffering from chronic health conditions. With the help of a coalition of physicians, parents, scientists, research and health organizations, and experts in a cross-section of specialties ranging from bioinformatics to traditional healing, they believe that serious chronic illnesses can be reversed by optimizing the things that interact with our bodies on a daily basis.

As research and data from the CHIRP and FLIGHT Studies continue to accumulate, there is hope that the findings will inspire and empower families and healthcare providers to take meaningful action to protect children’s health and wellbeing. The Documenting Hope Project is a groundbreaking program that has the potential to change the lives of children and their families and has implications for the health of future generations.