- Approximately 1.3 billion humans contract some form of Salmonella infection per year, according to the World Health Organization.
- Estimates are that 40 billion chickens will benefit from the Salmogenics vaccine. (World Egg Industry – a few facts and figures. International Egg Commission, 2008.)
- The Salmogenics vaccine improves the immune system of the fowl, thereby improving the health and welfare of the bird, and those that eat chicken.
- The birds will be healthier and experience increased weight gain and reduced mortality.
- Chickens produced from eggs inoculated with Salmogenics may be a safer source of protein for humans to consume.
- The end result is reduced illness, or mortality, due to Salmonella, according to the World Health Organization.
- Sub-therapeutic use of antibiotics in meat animals in many countries in the European Union and Canada is banned. In the U.S., such use is still legal. The FDA is moving forward with its plan to limit use of medically important antimicrobial drugs to those considered necessary for assuring animal health. (U.S. Poultry & Egg Association, February 2012)
- Approximately 80 percent of all antibiotics (approximately 29 million pounds) sold in the U.S. are used by them meat and poultry industry to make animals grow faster or to prevent disease in crowded and unsanitary conditions. (Consumer Reports, June 2012)
- Test results to date have shown that Salmogenics produces healthier chickens that have increased body weight and may reduce the use of antibiotics and other antimicrobials that have been proven to be detrimental to human consumption.
The Sotomayor Antigen in the Salmogenics vaccine was invented and developed by Dr. Konky Sotomayor. It is a proprietary product of Nutritional Health Institute Laboratories, LLC, a research affiiiate and majority shareholder of Global Green Inc. Global Green, Inc., through it’s 100% owned subsidiary, Global Green International Inc., has the exclusive rights to manufacture, distribute, market and sell the Salmogenics vaccine to the world.