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As we age, our body starts to experience various kinds of hormonal changes which interfere with the normal functioning of the body. Hormone Replacement Therapy refers to a method used for increasing specific hormone levels in the body which have declined.

Depending on genetics and lifestyle, a person could experience the decline of the hormone as early as 30s. Hormone replacement therapy may assist in improving the overall quality of life.


Aging is a complex process in which cells become progressively damaged over time and finally die. New stem cells and adjunctive treatments potentially slow down or reverse this process.

Those cells possess a unique antiaging effect by means of regenerating and repairing organs damaged by stress and various toxins we are exposed to in our daily life and by improving immune functions.


A person’s age-related illnesses can accelerate the aging process. By applying holistic anti-aging treatments, a person’s quality of life can be optimised.

Permanent age-related changes typically start to set in by the age of 30. Therefore, the sooner a healthy-aging regime is adopted, the more long-term damage can be prevented.

The ultimate goal of healthy-aging therapies is the overall reduction of pain, improved movement, improved fitness, metabolic balance, and restoration of cellular health.


Losing weight in itself is a challenging task, which requires you to stay consistent and motivated to achieve the desired weight. Often, the most common hurdle is to overcome hunger.

Weight loss medication if it is used correctly, combine with a tailored-made systematic approach which looks at all hormones, calories intake, nutrients and other conditions to suit each individual lifestyle can help you to achieve the desired weight without hunger.

The goal is patient will be able to consume fewer calories thus achieving weight loss without feeling the hunger.

To find out if you’re a suitable candidate, please use the BMI Calculator.