Accidents and Injuries

The inevitable wear and tear
Accidents and injuries are the inevitable wear and tear of living. They range from minor cuts and bruises to life-threatening falls and burns. They could happen anywhere, in the work place, during sports and exercise, when out for a walk, or even in a carpeted and well-padded home. How well and quickly you recover, depends on the state of your health, to a large extent on your nutrition, and on the gravity of the injuries.

Injuries and age
Injuries tend to become more serious with advancing age, because virtually all our biological and biochemical functions slow down with age. We do not see and hear with the same clarity. We can no longer mend our bones, heal our wounds, replace our skin with the same ease as in youth. We do not absorb nutrients from our foods as well as we did before, and so on. As you would expect, all these affect our bodily functions, and especially our immune system and our capacity to heal ourselves.

Our program
Our individualized nutrition program designed for your specific kind of injuries or wounds, can help you recover better, faster, and at the same time reduce your pain with natural dietary means.


Briefly our program offers,

  1. Comprehensive measures. Identification of the best measures to take, for your condition, personal traits and individual requirements.
  2. Diet. What foods will best serve your present condition, how to eat them, what to cut down or avoid at least for a while, in order to enhance the recovery and healing process.
  3. Nutritional supplements. Which vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes, etc, your condition requires, including the strengthening of your immune system. The dosages and when to take these, so as to avoid nutrient interactions.
  4. Botanical support. A number of standardized herbal preparations may be applicable to your condition. Advice on dosages, contraindications, etc.
  5. Topical treatment. For conditions that may be also treated externally, which helpful preparation may be used to speed up the recovery and healing process.
  6. Physical therapies. Other forms of treatment that may be helpful for your condition, including physiotherapy, etc.