Lifestyle medicine is not a new or alternative discipline of medicine. Medicinal value of food was recognized by Hippocrates centuries ago. Intensive efforts to make the lifestyle a part of clinical practice inspired the prominent universities such as Harvard, Stanford and Yale to include it in their curricula. This is the field of medicine our Institute engages in.
This branch of medicine determines and uses unique molecular characteristics of each individual to create a highly personalized approach to illness which helps us cope with the illness successfully and eliminate any undesirable side effects of treatment. The way our genes interact predetermines us to develop certain disorders.
Our medicine uses the genetic information not only to predict the onset and development of disease, but also to design individualized prevention and treatment.