Ayurvedic Roots. For 6,000 years, the natural system
known as Ayurveda has supported the health needs
of individuals through natural botanicals.


The concept of health, deeply rooted in ancient wisdom, beckons us to rediscover the timeless principles of nature that our ancestors once held dear. In the hustle and bustle of modern times, we have often forgotten the profound connection between our well-being and the fundamental elements of the natural world. This holistic approach to health invites us to delve into ancient knowledge, truly understand ourselves, and nurture our well-being in harmony with nature.

The human body is a marvel of complexity, comprising twelve interconnected organ systems, each contributing to the seamless functioning of the whole organism. Let’s explore these systems and appreciate the intricate dance of physiological processes that sustains our vitality:

  1. Integumentary System (Skin, Hair, Nails): Acts as a protective barrier, regulates temperature, and houses sensory receptors.
  2. Skeletal System (Bones, Joints, Ligaments): Provides structural support, protects internal organs, and facilitates movement.
  3. Muscular System (Skeletal Muscles, Tendons): Enables movement, supports posture, and generates heat.
  4. Nervous System (Brain, Spinal Cord, Nerves): Coordinates body activities, processes sensory information, and facilitates communication between body parts.
  5. Endocrine System (Glands, Hormones): Regulates bodily functions through the secretion of hormones, influencing metabolism, growth, and development.
  6. Cardiovascular System (Heart, Blood Vessels, Blood): Circulates blood to deliver oxygen and nutrients, and removes waste products.
  7. Lymphatic System (Lymph Nodes, Spleen, Thymus): Supports the immune system by transporting lymph and filtering out impurities.
  8. Respiratory System (Lungs, Trachea, Bronchi): Facilitates the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide to support cellular respiration.
  9. Digestive System (Stomach, Intestines, Liver): Processes and absorbs nutrients from food, eliminates waste.
  10. Urinary System (Kidneys, Bladder, Ureters): Filters blood to remove waste, regulates electrolyte balance, and produces urine.
  11. Reproductive System (Male: Testes, Female: Ovaries, Uterus): Facilitates reproduction, produces sex hormones.
  12. Immune System (White Blood Cells, Spleen, Bone Marrow): Defends the body against infections and diseases.

While modern medicine often addresses symptoms within individual organ systems, it may overlook the interconnected nature of these systems and the root causes of dysfunction. Nutritionology, in contrast, embraces a holistic approach, recognizing the individual as a unified organism. The focus is not merely on symptom prevention but on addressing causative factors, even at the cellular level.

As we embrace the concept of health, we embark on a journey to appreciate the intricate harmony within our bodies. Recognizing the interplay of these twelve organ systems, we move away from fragmented approaches towards a more integrated and enlightened path to lasting health and vitality. In understanding the profound unity of our physiological systems, we rediscover the ancient wisdom that connects us to the very essence of nature.

The health concept we offer is based on four cornerstones:

The initial stages of
health strategy

I. Cleanse the body
II. Plenty of water
III. Protect the body
IV. Feed the body

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I. Cleanse the body

Parasites, toxins, and waste present a fairly serious but underestimated problem.

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II. Plenty of water

Water is the source of life on our planet and good water is an essential ingredient to revitalizing and strengthening your body

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III. Protect the body

Living in big cities means that we hardly ever eat healthy, environmentally clean foods, drink good water or breathe clean air.

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IV. Feed the body

Proper and quality food, of course, necessary to maintain health at a high level.

  • While an individual might not be currently facing health issues, it’s important to recognize that certain conditions can remain hidden, showing no symptoms. To ensure your overall health status, it’s wise to consider undergoing a series of crucial tests.

  • Before embarking on the journey of the Health Concept, we strongly advise undergoing a comprehensive clinical blood test, assessing factors like blood sugar levels, vitamin D levels, homocysteine levels, as well as thyroid health indicators including TSH, T4, T3, and antibodies to TPO and TG.

  • Consulting with a healthcare professional is recommended to evaluate the results and customize additional nutritional recommendations according to your specific needs and goals. Your consultant will guide you through the process, ensuring that you are well-informed about your health status and equipped with the knowledge to take proactive steps towards your well-being.