In 1996, David Lisonbee left a nutraceutical company he cofounded in 1985.
confessed, "Although incredibly successful, we weren't reaching enough people.
There had to be a better way!"
discovered that the immune system was the hub, or center, of good health.
The immune system is the body's way of disabling or killing disease-causing microorganisms (germs) that would otherwise destroy us.
There are billions of these germs in our environment, which all of us come in contact with regularly.
A healthy immune system means a healthy body and a happy life.
found that heart disease, ulcers, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, mental illness, some cancers and even obesity are all linked to menacing herms that our weak immune systems cannot handle.
That's when he
discovered the power of microproteins called transfer factors and their beneficial impact on the immune system.
With over 50 years of research and more than 3,000 studies and papers, transfer factors are distinctive proteins which literally transfer immune knowledge from a donor to a recipient.
also discovered that there was a patented process for extracting transfer factors from bovine (cow) colostrum.
secured an exclusive license to the patent.
The strength of these amazing molecules convinced David
to integrate transfer factors into the network marketing industry he
knew so well.
In 2006 David Lisonbee
received the prestigious I.N. Blokhina Award for "excellence in biotechnology.
TotalHealth magazine placed Lisonbee and 4Life® at the "forefront of immune research for more than 12 years."
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
In school, David
was the one who figured things out.
In adulthood, he's
pretty much the same.
knack is looking at the same thing everyone else is looking at, and seeing something completely different.
In looking at the immune system, he
saw it needed more than nutrition - he
gave it information.
In looking at network marketing, he
saw it needed more than product - he
gave it purpose.
titles are founder and chief executive officer, but David
role to be more that of a "Lead explorer".
The field of nutraceuticals and immune support takes daily leaps, and David's persistent curiosity constantly pushes the frontier.
knows what he's
led other companies to repeated fame, not to mention landing 4Life at 15th of Inc.
Magazine's fastest-growing privately-held company list, being named one of Utah's Entrepreneur's of the year and securing a record list of patents.
In 2006, David's acclaim extended to Russia when he
won the I.N. Blokhina award in honor of his
commitment to Transfer Factor research, patents, and innovative production methods.
Watch out for David
gets going - he
Bianca also loves to dance; however, since David's
not a fan of the foxtrot (or any other dance step), her children usually take turns as her dance partner.
an excellent hiking partner though, and one of Bianca's goals is to ascent Utah's Mount Timpanogos with all her
children and grandchildren by her