R N G Research Lab to begin production

Dr. Nyarkotey leads R N G Medicine Research Lab- Set to Start Operation .


R N G Medicine Research Lab, with Dr. Nyarkotey Obu, a well-known advocate in the fight against prostate cancer as a member of the leadership team is set to go into operation soon.


R N G Medicine Research lab develops natural supplements based on scientific research and clinical studies to help support general wellbeing. The company’s mission includes conducting rigorous high quality research based on the art and science of healing with a strong focus on working to understand natural forms of medicine.

According to Dr. Nyarkotey Obu, the company will rely heavily on the works of scientists in the field of naturopathic medicine, Chinese medicine, acupuncture, immunology and nutrition as part of the healing process.

He added that R N G product will be doctor formulated, research based, contains therapeutic ingredients, will be of an exclusive and proprietary blend, ingredients proven in successful clinical studies, packaged in a FDA recommended facility and will not contain artificial colors, flavors, lactose, corn, dextrin, egg or wheat.
R N G Projects

Cancer development and prognosis can be strongly influenced by nutrition, lifestyle, and the environment. Dr. Nyarkotey seeks to develop innovative, holistic, and more effective strategies to address cancer at the level of prevention and treatment. In addition to investigating immune-enhancing botanicals and therapies, Dr. Nyarkotey also researches effects of nutritional and mind-body therapies in relation to cancer.

Herbal & Dietary Supplements
Before chemical compounds began to be isolated and used as drugs, there was herbal medicine. Cultures around the world have their own native herbs and traditional use of herbal medicines. As the use of herbal medicine and supplements continues to grow, so does the importance of research on these products to ensure their safety and effectiveness. At R N G Medicine Research Lab, traditional use of herbs as medicine meets modern science as we put these remedies to the test.

Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders
Diabetes and pre-diabetic metabolic disorders are on the rise – more people in Ghana have diabetes and more people have pre-diabetes. In addition, there are more new cases of type 2 diabetes each year. With diabetes reaching epidemic levels, health care practitioners and researchers have placed an emphasis on how to prevent diabetes before it starts.

Natural medicine excels at managing diseases like type 2 diabetes.
Dr Nyarkotey is studying ways to prevent and treat diabetes and obesity using natural medicine therapies

Chronic diseases, including diabetes and cardiovascular disease, is on the rise in Ghana. But effective ways to reverse this trend remain elusive. At R N G, studying nutritional and mind-body approaches to chronic illness is a strong focus of our research. Previous studies have looked at the efficacy of weight loss methods and the expectancy effects associated with these methods. In addition, Dr. Nyarkotey and the team of researchers at R N G will investigate and study a range of diets to determine possible effects at the cellular level and in clinical applications. These nutritional studies include investigations into effects of detoxification diets, cruciferous vegetable supplements and cervical cancer prevention, and the naturopathic Anti-inflammatory Diet’s effects on immune parameters in diabetics and pre-diabetics.

Women’s Health
Most of the women at the medical clinic aren’t really sure they’re making the right choices about their medical care. They come to us because they have an intuitive sense there must be a better way, something healthier. And they’re right! Dr. Nyarkotey is leading the natural medicine revolution in the country with women’s health also.

According to Dr. Nyarkotey, R N G product will soon hit the market, he assured Clinicians, medical practitioners, and the general public of the highest quality product and supplements based on research to support their clinical programs.

Source: myghanalinks

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