Optimal Wellness Program

Empower the optimal You!

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health as a state of complete well-being, not merely the absence of disease and infirmity. Optimal well-being requires a balance that comprises the whole person. Good health is a treasure that each individual should strive to value and develop during a lifetime. Optimal health isn’t just about being physically fit, but also concerns our mental and social well-being. So how can we achieve and maintain optimal health, naturally?
Our Program helps individuals to develop right eating habits and a positive mindset. This eventually helps to correct their metabolism. Moreover, as results have proved, they end up shedding extra weight, building lean muscle and reverse or prevent lifestyle-related illnesses.

The Four Pillars of Optimal Health are :


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Optimal nutrition is all about eating real food

  1. Meat, fish and eggs. Grass fed/wild caught is better.
  2. Vegetables should be eaten every day.
  3. Tubers like potatoes and sweet potatoes are fine for healthy people.
  4. Fruits, in moderation.
  5. Some grains like oats and white rice may be okay for healthy people.
  6. Nuts can be eaten, in moderation. Unroasted nuts are preferred.
  7. High-fat dairy like cheese and cream. Grass-fed/pastured is best.
  8. Fats and oils such as butter, coconut oil and olive oil.
  9. All sorts of spices, salt is fine in moderation.

Foods that should be avoided

  1. Added sugar in all its forms, including High Fructose Corn Syrup.
  2. Refined wheat. This is just as bad as sugar.
  3. Trans fats should be avoided at all costs.
  4. Seed and vegetable oils should also be avoided.
  5. Most highly processed foods: “If it looks like it was made in a factory, don’t eat it.”

Physical fitness is the key

All of us need regular, moderate exercise to help keep the heart strong, to tone muscles, and reduce the effects of stress. Optimal exercise would involve a combination of strength training, low and high intensity cardio, and stretching, but the key focus should really be on doing something that you enjoy. If you enjoy doing something, it is much more likely that you will stick to it. Making exercise and physical activity part of our daily life will help us to maintain good health. There are sports and activities that are more efficient than others, but just doing something is critical. If you like walking, walk. If you like swimming, swim. If you like lifting weights, well.

Physical Fitness

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Good Sleep

Sleep is critical for both physical and mental health, and often ignored. Giving your body and mind enough rest often results in better mood, productivity and performance. Your body especially needs time to recover from your physical exertions during the day. Few tips to improve sleep:

  1. Go to sleep and wake up at a similar time each day.
  2. Don’t eat or drink in the last 3 hours before bed.
  3. Sleep in a room that is completely dark.
  4. Reserve your bedroom for sleeping.
  5. Dampen your lights about 1–2 hours before bed.
  6. Have bright lights in the morning, from the sun if possible.
  7. Don’t ingest any caffeine after 2 p.m.
  8. Take a Magnesium supplement.
  9. Exercise regularly.

Stress Control

Stress control is very important for physical and mental health, and it is often overlooked. A positive mental attitude can reduce stress and help us cope with the pressure of daily living. Being optimistic, living a balanced life, and calming your body and mind through relaxation methods will go a long way in helping you stay positive and healthy. Here are some tips:

  1. Keep a positive attitude.
  2. Learn and practice relaxation techniques; try meditation, yoga for stress management.
  3. Exercise regularly. Your body can fight stress better when it is fit.
  4. Eat healthy, well-balanced meals.
  5. Learn to manage your time more effectively.
  6. Set limits appropriately and learn to say no to requests that would create excessive stress in your life.
  7. Make time for hobbies, interests, and relaxation.
  8. Get enough rest and sleep. Your body needs time to recover from stressful events.
  9. Don't rely on alcohol, drugs, or compulsive behaviors to reduce stress.
  10. Seek out social support. Spend enough time with those you enjoy.

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How the program works

We achieve our goals when you achieve yours!

This comprehensive program spans 6 Weeks, We spend additional time creating and customizing your program to suit your specific health requirements.

Meet our experts

Choosing your goal is first step towards success. Well begun is half done ! Meeting includes:

  • Lifestyle assessment
  • Diet assessment
  • Review of existing tests and other medical conditions
  • Comprehensive health history analysis

Customized program for you

Once we have carefully reviewed all the data and applied it to the information gathered during the assessment process, we create an unique customized program for you which includes:

  • Dietary recommendations
  • Lifestyle recommendations
  • Therapeutic supplementation program


Online Assistance

This Program offers an environment that encourages people at every step of the way until their goals are accomplished. We will review your progress and modify your plan, if needed.


Healthy You!

All you need to do is to follow your plan and keep training hard. Look beautiful and feel healthier, fitter and stronger each day.