How it all Began
I love premium ice cream. Some of my fondest childhood memories are associated with it… from birthdays to vacations to after-homework. Ice cream has continued to be a feel-good treat throughout my life.
As a physician, I know that if we eat a well-balanced diet, then there is no need for vitamins or supplements. But the reality is that we do not take in enough dietary fiber to maintain wellness. And so, almost all of my patients, including family members, will get regular pep talks about increasing their dietary fiber along with a prescription… to keep smiling.
Since over 90% of American households buy ice cream, I decided to develop a premium ice cream that tastes great as a vehicle to provide fiber. And so this has become the next step in my mission to promote health and wellness.
After years of experimenting and thousands of taste tests, I am confident that our Seriously Good tasting ice cream is one pleasurable way to increase your daily fiber intake. You can indulge, in moderation of course, as part of a well-balanced diet and a lifestyle that should also include regular exercise and routine medical checkups.
Learn more about Seriously Good premium ice cream from creator Dr. Mis by clicking on the videos below:
Inspiration for a Seriously Good Ice Cream
Importance of Eating Fiber Enriched Foods
About Low Fat, Low Sugar Ice Cream
Taste & Texture of Seriously Good Premium Ice Cream
How Fiber Works
About Vitamins & Supplements
Having a ||Clean|| Label
Who is Your Target Audience?
Seriously Good's Philanthropy Mission
It is important to note that populations with increased fiber intake consistently demonstrate decreased risk of the following diseases and complaints:
- CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
- BREAST CANCER
- COLORECTAL CANCER AND OTHER CANCERS
- HIGH CHOLESTEROL
- MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY ASSOCIATED WITH AGING – RISK OF DEATH
- DUODENAL ULCERS
- GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE
- RESPIRATORY ILLNESS AND INFECTIONS
- HEPATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY
- PREECCLAMPSIA IN PREGNANCY
- IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME
- FATTY LIVER DISEASE
Paying It Forward
I worked long and hard to become a medical professional and I love caring for my patients. At the age of 40, I was declared legally blind and partially deaf due to having contracted a rare condition. At that time many said I wouldn’t, couldn’t, and shouldn’t practice medicine again but I was fortunate to gain access to technology that has corrected my hearing and compensated for my vision loss. I then went through a grueling re-credentialing process and in 2002 became the first legally blind physician to be re-credentialed and re-certified to perform procedures on patients.
As a result of this good fortune, I am committing a portion of Seriously Good ice cream profits to organizations that help blind children. I hope that the funds contributed will provide opportunities for blind children so that they too can fulfill their potential in life. With your help we can make a difference. Let’s take a lick out of disability as well as disease.