For more information about the Heroes Health Fund,
or to make a donation, contact:
Severna Park Health & Wellness Center
645 Baltimore Annapolis Blvd, Suite 113
Severna Park, MD 21146
Travolta, honored by the Heroes Health Fund, a national charity overseeing the rehabilitation of first responders, firefighters, police officers and military personnel, shared his concern over America’s heroes and the health challenges they face. “After September 11, I observed the ill effects of the chemicals the firefighters, police and EMTs were exposed to.”
“Then I got to do this movie called ‘Ladder 49,’ and with my own eyes I got to see all the friends I made, who trained me in the movie, that they were suffering from ailments,” Travolta revealed.
Through the Heroes Health Fund, first responders can be treated using a therapeutic detoxification regimen consisting largely of exercise, time in a sauna and a diet of antioxidants. “It’s not easy. It’s a lot of vitamins, a lot of oils, a lot of sweating, but you know, the product is health,” the actor explained.