Monday, April 18, 2016

The sagging face....... PART 1 ( The Why?)

In my years of aesthetic practice, one of the most common complaints I have from patients is that they feel that their face is sagging. Most complain of jowls seen under the jawline making them look older. So they start consuming products to sort of enhance their collagen to improve the sagging skin but most products do not seem to work.

Before you can treat the problem, you need to understand what it is. As we age, our body undergoes a lot of changes in terms of anatomy and fat, muscle, or tissue redistribution. Here is a nice picture depicting the changes of ageing taken from The Journal of Facial Plastic Surgery Clinics of North America.

1. Thinning of hair and receding hairline.
2. Forehead rhytids and ptosis.   ----> (Forehead lines and loss of volume)
3. Glabellar Rhytidosis.    ------>  ( Also know as frown lines)
4. Brow ptosis.
5. Temple rhytidosis and ptosis.
6. Upper lid redundancy and ptosis.   -----------> (Lid droop)
7. Lateral canthal rhytidosis.    -------------> (Crow's feet)
8. Nasal root rhytidosis.       ----------------> (Bunny lines)
9. Lower lid redundancy and rhytidosis    --------------> (Under eye wrinkles)
10. Lower lid fat pseudoherniation.     ---------> (eye bags)
11. Malar bag formation.                       ---------> (eye bags)
12. Cheek rhytidosis.
13. Periauricular rhytidosis.                  
14. Nasal tip ptosis and dependency.
15. Cheek sagging and fat atrophy changes.      ----------------> (face hollowness)
16. Deepening nasolabial crease                     ---------------> (laughing lines)
17. Facial rhytidosis and sagging.                  ---------------> (cheek wrinkles and sagging)
18. Perioral rhytidosis.  --------------------------> (perioral wrinkles or smoker's line)
19. Upper lid flattening and lengthening.
20. Thinning and atrophy of the vermillion (red lip)
21. Chin pad ptosis and retraction.
22. Jowl formation  ---------------------------> (jowls or face sagging)
23. Cervical rhytidosis    ----------------------> (Neck wrinkles)
24. Submental fat accumulation   ----------------->  (double chin)
25. Platysmal banding
26 Rhytidosis and midneck hollowing
27. Submaxillary gland ptosis.

I like this diagram because it covers all the possible facial ageing signs on a persons face. Yes, it is also a very ugly picture. Most people may have only 5 or 6 on the list after a certain age, but ageing is not just chronological. It also depends on your sun exposure, your lifestyle, nutrition, genetics, etc. 

So what was once upside down triangle face that most people regard as youth, slowly, gravity starts pulling downwards until the triangle becomes bottom down. 

This image shows a more colourful and easier diagram than the first of what happens as we age. Our eye sockets appear bigger due to reabsorption of the bone and the shifting of the fat pads to either due to prolapse or loss of volume. The prolapse seen around the eye also is related to the increase laxity of the surrounding ligaments. Bags form around the eyes develop from laxity of the tissue surrounding it. Lines form on the face from loss of volume and movements that form expressions of the face. Combined with thinned out, unhealthy skin, it can look worst in some people.

So basically, the phenomenon of sagging of the face is not as easy as taking strings and pulling it to make you look tighter. It involves a more comprehensive knowledge and practical approach to getting the best results that is suitable for you.

Usually, my approach would be to see what bother's my patient most. And from there, we decide, what is the likely cause i.e. loss of volume in the temples or malar fat pads, reduce skin elasticity due to exposures to sun, over wrinkling due to over expressions, or other reasons that contribute to the sag look that the patient is not happy with. By explaining the cause of sagging, then only can the doctor prescribe the best form of treatment to a patient and whether surgical intervention is more likely a better choice in the patient's best interest.

So is there a treatment for sagging? 

The answer is, not a single treatment but more likely a series of combined treatment treating each and every problem located above. Honestly, looking at the above diagrams, most of us would have more than 1 issue. What is more important is to sit and discuss treatment options and costs and do a proper planning of how to achieve the best results.

I will continue in my next blog on what are the treatment options available to treat the sagging face.

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Monday, April 11, 2016

Sleep .......... Are we getting enough?

Travelling across time zones really messed up my normal sleeping pattern. But, come to think of it, I think I sleep better now compared to before, it is just that the timing is a bit off. Like sleeping early and waking up at 5, then falling asleep again at 8 and waking up at 10. But in terms of hours of sleep and quality of sleep, I think it has improved a lot since my last trip. The main focus is quality of sleep and getting that crucial 7.5 hours daily.

I was a victim of poor sleep hygiene like most workaholic city dwellers are. Plus, the intensity and demands of work previously when I was in the hospital were certainly not feasible. Imagine working from 7am to 5pm the next day. Yes, my houseman days in GHKL were super, the time we spent in the hospital was phenomenal. But we loved our job and our patients so much, most didn't even complain. We took it as part of the training to make us become more apt and precise in our decisions despite being under physical and mental duress. 

However, despite not being on-call anymore for the past couple of years, I found that I had a hard time switching off at night, and I wake up considerably easy. Turning off my phone was becoming an anxiety to me, and my late onset insomnia did not improve. I would wake up in the middle of the night and lie in my bed staring at the ceiling for hours unable to go back to sleep, only to doze off a few minutes before my alarm clock went off. It was draining my energy and causing my focus and concentration to wane. To some extent, I was getting a bit more depresses and irritable.

Many of us do not realise how sleep deprivation affects the body. Some people come to me and brag about sleeping for only 3-4 hours a day and able to function normally. (Are you sure?) Some people think its normal but many studies on human behaviour and sleep have shown that chronically sleeping less than 6 hours a day is detrimental not only to your physical health, but affects you mentally, emotionally and socially. 

So why is it important to get that good night sleep?

1) It affects your mood. 
    Lack of sleep causes irritability, lack of motivation, anxiety and depression.

2) Lack of Sleep makes people more prone to accidents.
    It is one of the leading cause of automobile accidents and occupational hazards.

3) It affects your intelligence and memory.
    Lack of sleep makes you forget things, and reduces your mental alertness to up to 32% if
    sleep deprived to less than 6 hours a day of sleep. It stunts creativity. It affects
    concentration, understanding, rationale thinking and problem solving processes.

4) It affects your sex drive.
    Studies have shown that lack of sleep reduces libido in both man and women. In fact, some studies also shows low levels of testosterone secretion in men deprived of sleep.
5) Lack of sleep ages your skin faster.
    Apparently beauty sleeps are not just an excuse to sleep early. People who are deprived of
   sleep for a couple of days have sallow skin and puffy eyes. Chronic sleep loss affects the skin worst    causing dark eye circles, formation of fine wrinkles and dull skin. Lack of sleep causes increase in      cortisol hormone levels that is also involved in the breaking down of collagen. 

6) Losing Sleep can cause you to gain weight.
  Most people believe that sleeping can cause you to be fat but actually the reverse is true.                Depriving yourself of sleep makes you gain more weight. A few studies conducted showed    that  people who lack sleep tend to consume more especially in the awkward hours thus  exceeding the  daily caloric requirements leading to weight gain. This was because lack of    sleep reduces the  secretion of leptin (your satiety hormone) and increases the production of  ghrelin (hunger hormone)  making people who sleep less than 6 hours a day experiencing  more hunger. The worst part is, lack  of sleep makes you crave for high fat and high sugary  foods. I think most people can relate to this.

7) Lack of sleep increases mortality risk.
  If you want to live longer, you should sleep more. As a hyperactive teenager, my dad use to  tell me  this. He wasn't too far from the truth. Studies have linked lack of sleep (i.e. sleeping  less than 6    hours a day) to be associated with increased risk of death to twice the risk  especially cardiovascular.

8) Sleep deprivation is associated to a lot of serious medical problems.
 There are many medical problems related to chronic sleep deprivation:
 a) Hypertension and high blood pressure
 b) Heart disease
 c) Heart Failure
 d) Irregular heart beats - arrythmias
 e) Stroke
 f) Obesity
 g) Diabetes
 h) Depression & other mood disorders
 i) Attention Deficit Disorder

9) It affects relationships.
  If your partner has sleeping issues and is deprived of sleep chronically, long term it will be a challenge for the you to cope especially when he or she has reduce mental performance,  less energy, low mood, lacking of motivation, low libido etc. In fact, he or she may start  influencing you to have reduced sleeping hours leading to your own problems. Your partner's sleep disturbances may disrupt your own sleep too.


How much sleep should we have in 24 hours?

Most studies agree that an adult between 18-64 years old should try to get 7-9 hours of quality sleep everyday. Here is a beautiful chart courtesy of the National Sleep Foundation on different age groups and sleep recommendations.

So, if you are sleeping less than the recommended hours, you better start deciding on trying to make more time for sleep. Some people have difficulty in falling to sleep or staying asleep. Others feel like they can sleep but does not have enough good deep sleep and keep waking up. Some people have sleep apnoea issues that causes them to have bad quality of sleep. Some people grind their teeth at night or wake up with muscle cramps. Although it may seem to be common, you should take to your health provider about any sleep disturbances you are experiencing because there are treatments available.

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Monday, March 21, 2016

Its All About the C's

Its the start of spring and we are entering the second quarter of the year. Busy schedules and a lot of hard work for most of us due to the current economic slow down that is happening worldwide. In the hustle and bustle of keeping up with the rat race, it is really important to keep our health intact to meet up with our expectations. So for the next couple of weeks, I will be explaining about vitamins, minerals and supplements required for the body to function better. 

Let's start with the big C. Vitamin C is a very important nutrient for our body. Humans are the only mammals in the world that does not produce their own vitamin C. Other animals produce C's internally and it plays a major role in their immune system and survival. Because of this, we need to consume vitamin C's on a regular basis to keep our stores up.

In humans, the benefits of vitamin C has been established more and more. It is involved in the formation of certain proteins to make skin, bones, cartilage and blood vessels. It is also useful in wound healing and formation of scar tissue, repair and maintenance of bones, cartilage and teeth, and it also aids iron absorption. 

It also plays a strong role in aiding the immune system and helps alleviate colds, flus and otehr viral illnesses. Historically, it was used to avoid scurvy but nowadays, this problem is relatively rare due to reduced long sea travels. It is also used to maintain gum health, treatment of acne, treatment of bronchitis, H. pylori bacter related stomach ulcers, control of HIV, treat tuberculosis, dysentry, skin infections and help in curing infections of the bladder and prostate.

Recent studies also shown the benefits of Vitamin C in relation to brain functions. It helps reduce depression, Alzheimer's disease, reduce physical and mental stress, improve concentration, improve ADHD and reduce fatigue. It has also shown in a study recently that it reduces heart rate during exercise and reduces the perception of fatigue and exertion. 

Latest studies also show that it aids in heart disease and diabetes by improving endothelial functions and reducing inflammation thus improving the outcome. However, you will need to take more than 500mg daily in order to see the benefits. With improved endothelial functions, there is a reduced risk of artherosclerotic disease which is involved in stroke and heart disease. 

Other benefits of Vitamin include improves glaucoma, prevent cataracts, prevent gall bladder disease, relieves constipation, improves dental caries, improves Lyme disease, helps with heat stroke, hay fever, asthma, cyctic fibrosis, infertility, chronic fatigue syndrome, autism, collagen disorders, arthritis and bursitis, back pain and disc swellings and improves osteoporosis.

High doses of vitamin c has also been used in alternative cancer treatments and as adjuncts to chemotherapy to reduce chemotoxic effects and has shown to improve patient outcomes. It is also an anti-aging supplement that helps reduce signs on aging, whether applied topically, consumed or given IV.

The next popular question that I normally get is how to take the vitamin. Well, for skin problems, the best is to apply topically. If you can get a 'medical grade' vitamin C more than 20% concentration it would definitely benefit your skin by reducing wrinkles after 6 weeks of diligient bidaily application of serum. If you notice I purposely highlighted medical grade, because a lot of cosmetic skin care claim to have more than 20% vitamin C inside their products but in actual fact, when you test them most don't even hit 10%. Sometimes, they put 20% concentration prior to manufacturing and after processing, the vitamin C being a water soluble vitamin, the percentage reduces. If you want to try a good medical grade Vitamin C serum, we do carry a few brands.

The next easiest method is to consume orally. However, most people do not realize that the gut can only absorb 600mg of Vitamin C per 4-6 hours and this also depends on how good your digestive system is. Most Malaysians have really bad digestive system due to diets high in fats and carbohydrate and lack of fiber. We also have a lot of irritable bowel syndromes and leaky gut syndromes which causes poor absorption in the gut. Now with our hair profiler system, we can screen for leaky gut syndrome and improve your gut health with just a simple test. The other issue with concuming orally is the form of vitamin C that you are consuming. Some believe L-ascorbate is the best form to take, the clinical data on it is scarce. And at the end of the day, how much vitamin C can the body actually absorb in a day? Maybe 2 grams. However, really high doses of vitamin C taken orally can cause nausea, diarhoea and abdominal discomfort.

Some medical practitioners advocate intravenous vitamin C in high doses for immune curve shifting. This is to avoid gut wastage of the C's and deliver accurate high doses. The idea has been used for many years in treating people with cancer and severe immune problems and now some are advocating as an anti-aging regime. Personally, I did try 10gms of vitamin C over 30 minutes with a combination of glutathione 600mg, ALA and B Complexes. The infusion was a little bit uncomfortable despite being diluted with normal saline, and I felt stiff in the arm during the infusion process. Immediate effect for me was actually lethargy but I noticed improvements in my skin tone, pigmentation and feel. Immune wise, I guess I improved, because my sinuses improved without needing antibiotics. However, one off therapy wouldn't be sufficient and usually you will need a course to achieve a good concentration. Being water soluble, the vitamin gets excreted out by 3-7 days. However, the high dose concentration for a few hours is what gives the body that extra boost to jumpstart the immune system.

Regardless, if you are unsure or planning to start high dose vitamin C regimes, please consult a medical practitioner that is well verse in the indications, contra indications and side effects. There are some contra indications to the use of high dose vitamin C that you will need to discuss with your doctor to ensure it is safe for you.

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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

What you should know about fillers......

It has been a while since I wrote anything about fillers. However, recently during one of my socializing events I was faced with a lot of questions regarding fillers and botox. There was a great confusion between the two, still, despite both being very separate and totally different entities in terms of chemical compound and function.

1. So what Are Fillers?

Fillers are substances you use to fill up areas of your face or body which has underwent volume depletion and is also used to reduce static lines. It can be from any substance like silicone gel, collagen, hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxypatite, PLLA, PMMA or even biological fillers like heated PRP or fats. The most commonly used in a medical aesthetic practice are the hyaluronic acid fillers which are non-permanent and lasts between 6 months all the way to 24 months depending on how the cross-linking and molecular weight of the filler.

2. Are All Fillers the Same?

Definitely not. Different chemicals form different fillers. Therefore it is really important to know what type of fillers were used on your face. Some may not be reversible. Always ask your doctor what he or she is using. Not only it is good for you to know, but it also helps the subsequent treatments if you require any.

3. If I do not like the filler effect can I remove or change it?

Only Hyaluronic acid fillers can be diluted with hyaluronidase. The other fillers are almost impossible to remove without any surgical intervention. So make sure you know what you are putting under your skin.

4. How much does fillers usually cost?

Fillers are usually quoted by per syringe of usage. An original high-end filler product can cost anywhere from RM 1600-RM 3600 per syringe. Some other lesser brands cost between RM 800- RM 1500 per syringe depending on where it was made and specifications. Anything sold cheaper than that would either be non-original products or maybe expired fillers? Or sometimes the doctor is not so experienced that they give cheaper pricing to practice. Honestly, who would charge super cheap for well trained hands? The training itself requires a lot of money.

5. Does it hurt?

Honestly, any procedure involving needles would hurt to some extent, but depending on the type of filler, some fillers hurt more than the rest. It also depends on whether there is any lidocaine inside the filler that will reduce pain tremendously. Local numbing like creams can be used although it doesn't really make much difference physically (maybe psychologically) and local infusion of lidocaine does help to reduce pain effectively although very specific filler work would be impaired as there is already tissue distortion. You can discuss with your doctor pain management techniques that can make your experience much tolerable. So apparently, you do not need to suffer too much pain for beauty. If, in event the doctor injects and suddenly there is severe pain, please speak up and tell him or her. Severe pain might mean that an artery is being hit, or other crucial vessels, or even allergy to the filler.


6. What can fillers do for me?

I always tell my patients, imagine fillers are like cement or plasticine. You can create volume which is not there like nose, cheeks or chin. You can redefine areas of your face and make contours, you can even smoothen deep lines. You can redefine your lips to make it more prominent or replenish the younger look. You can put it at your tear trough areas and reduce the sagged eye look and make you look fresher. You can reduce appearance of scars and improve photo angles (if your doctor is really really good). 

7. If I use a good filler, will it guarantee a good effect on me?

A good filler is always recommended to get the best effect. However, the other more important component is the doctor. How good is he/she at creating the effect you want? A lot of people think that filler injecting is just about injecting, but actually it is not. The best filler injectors in the world can put fillers on to a persons face and make him or her look more attractive but at the same time make it look as natural as possible that to most people, it doesn't look like any fillers were done. (Until you compare the before picture).

8. So say that I am interested, how sure can I be safe to do the procedure?

For newbies and virgins, I usually tell them to stick to hyaluronic acid fillers for any work because at least if you do not like it, we can dissolve it or wait for the effect to go off. The other most important thing is how well the doctor is trained because not all doctors are trained to do fillers. In my years of training other doctors practical filler techniques, I notice that even the way a doctor holds the syringe is enough to tell me how experienced they are. It is not the same as blood taking or other hospital procedures. Furthermore, to train the hand to be steady enough to evacuate the product from the syringe equally is quite a task if you are not use to it. To create beautiful natural looking work requires an additional artistic eye to detail which not all doctors have. Furthermore, if any problems from the procedure were to arise, a trained aesthetic physician would know what to do. Beautician filler injectors are the worst because for 1, you do not know what are they really using (they have no access to original medical grade products), 2. They are not trained to understand surgical anatomy or deal with complications, 3rd, if you allow a beautician to inject you, you cannot take any action on to them if the job is not done well, as they are not regulated by law, and you would have committed the first offence of going to a non-professional. Furthermore, there is a science and mathematical equation when we put fillers on to a person's face that is being taught in our training so that you remain looking like a human (and not some weird alien from star trek or some other sci-fi movie).

If you have any more questions on fillers, feel free to contact us at or 03-21106608.

Monday, February 22, 2016

Mind your Allergies ........

A lot of people believe they have allergies. Its common to hear, Owh, I'm allergic to so and so and so. Thus, they avoid certain foods and things due to some experiences in the past. But how allergic are you really to the things that you believe you are? Hmmm.... Before we can answer that question. First of all, let's understand what allergies really are.

According to Wikipedia : Allergy or Allergies is defined as a damaging immune response by the body to a substance, especially pollen, fur, a particular food, or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive.

In medical terms, we describe allergies as an abnormal response of the immune system towards certain triggers termed allergens which can be anything from food, dust, mites, items in contact, heat cold et cetera, et cetera. For some reason, these allergens trigger a misguided immune response that causes physical symptoms on to a person that sometimes can be life threatening.
How I explain in to my patient is it basically like, you pinching someone and the person slaps you back. The trigger can be small, but the counter effects can be really extensive. There is a genetic link that causes allergies. Usually if a parent has an allergy, there is a 15% chance of the child having similar allergies. Some quote 30-60% chance if both parents have allergies. However, the environment still plays a major role in determining how bad your reaction would be.

The most common allergies are hay fever (which is all the seasonal flus and nasal related allergies), eczema (skin), allergic eyes (usually related to hay fever), hives (which are those wheals that form on your skin when exposed to allergen), asthma which is quite common in children and in severe cases anaphylaxis which involves severe allergic reaction that causes mucous membranes inflammation and may lead to breathing difficulties and death.

The trend of allergies seem to have increased over the years, and some believe it is due to the amount of processed diet that we are consuming daily. Certain chemicals in processed foods and colouring trigger an IgE response (immunoglobulin that reacts to allergens) thus making us more and more sensitive to certain allergens.

So how do we tackle this issue? The only way is to figure out which allergen is affecting us, and avoid it. Sounds simple? Well, not exactly. Like I always say to my patients, we do not live in a bubble. Everyday, we are exposed to pollution and the environment so there is always a chance to have an allergy. 
The mainstay of being healthy is to look after our gut. Even if you ask old Chinese traditional medicine people, or the indian Ayurvedics, they will always put a strong priority to gut health. And why is that so? In the recent years we have discovered that in adults 80% of our immune system is produced in the gut. So if the gut is not healthy, thus our immune system will not be healthy. And how do we keep the gut healthy? It all comes back to what we consume. Which is why I totally love the hair profiler epigenetics test, because it gives me an idea of how healthy a person's gut is.

But the hair profiler is just a screening device that is non-specific. So, what else can we do? In the past, we use to do skin prick Rass Test to test for allergens that may affect a person. It involves pricking the skin with the allergen and waiting for a reaction which is usually observed after a few days. However, some patients are not keen for this sort of testing that requires skin pricking and maybe uncomfortable. Luckily, with advancement of technology, we can just do a simple blood test to determine allergens. Based on which part of the world you live in, different allergens would be tested. 

In the Asean Panel we test 36 different allergens which are:

1. Total IgE               10. Milk                        19. Codfish                       28. Cladosporium
2. Latex                     11. Chocolate                20. Tuna                           29. Penicillium
3. Banana                  12.  Egg Yolk                21. Salmon                       30. Dog Dander
4. Orange                  13. Egg White               22. Mucor                         31. Cat Dander
5. Rice, White           14. Chicken                   23. Timothy Grass           32. Cockcroach
6. Wheat, Food         15. Beef                         24. Bermuda Grass          33. Housedust
7. Sesame Seed         16. Clam                        25. Alternaria                  34. Mite farinae
8. Soybean                17. Crab                         26. Aspergillus                35. Mite pteronyssinus
9. Peanut                   18. Shrimp                     27. Candida                     36. Blomia Tropicalis

Don't worry too much about the weird names, your doctor will be able to explain (hopefully) what they are. And all it takes is 5 mls of blood and 5 working days and you can get your allergy profile done. The cost for the test is around RM 600 together with consultation and the blood taking service. This is mainly for external allergens taht causes immune response. There is another test called food intolerance test which tests out around 100 different food substances but that is for a blog on another day.
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Friday, January 22, 2016

3 Strands of Hair is All You Need..... Hair Profiler

It is so amazing what technologies can do for us today. I came across this technology a year ago when I was doing a training at my friend's center for thread lifts. It was a semi-invasive procedure where the patient usually needed to be sedated at least to reduce pain. This was when I met the wonderful Dr Radha who introduced me to this new technology from Germany. A hair profiler using Tesla technology that can help scan the hair and read out the information contained in the hair root. 

Initially I was skeptic, but when he explained about how it was done I was excited. In the past, the hair has been used to collect information on people with chronic exposures to certain environment conditions, toxic metals and also it was already used to detect mineral deficiency. And here is a small device that is hooked to a computer and has the capability to do the same in a few minutes. The best part, the analyzed sample is then sent immediately to a server in Germany, and thus you will receive your information in 15-20 minutes.

It took us almost a year to understand the true potential of this device. There was a lot of clinical correlation that had to be used to understand what was going on with the patient. Yes, just by reading the results chart we may be able to understand the deficiencies mention and what to avoid, but sometimes the solution is not just to supplement and avoid, but a more sinister problem that needs further investigations and a few other lifestyle adjustments. You see, the question wasn't about what deficiency you have and what to take, but rather, why were you having this deficiency in the first place? Was it due to nutrition intake, or was it due to a poor absorbing bowel also termed leaky gut, or are your other systems having a pathological disease (or going towards having) that is exhausting your stores? Because of all these questions, continuous doctor training was implemented to teach the doctors how to interpret the results more accurately and save lives. 


For the patient, it actually gives you more information than doing a blood test. With just 3 strands of hair, we can see nutrient deficiencies for the past 3-6 months, exposures to toxic metals, radiation exposures and also other information that you will not pick up from a blood test. A blood test only gives you the now reading, except for the very few like HBA1c that shows a 3 months picture. To do a blood test for every parameter tested it would cost you a few thousand ringgit, but to do this test its only a few hundred. The main value of doing this test is to get a doctor who is able to intepret and correlate clinically based on the results given, lest it will just be another deficiency avoidance supplementation.

So instead of having to swallow so many different types of vitamins and supplements, at least you know what you really need for your body. The report also comes with some dietary advices that encourages you to take real food instead of pills.

You also get a PDF version of the report that you can read through and understand with some suggestions of dietary changes to make to supplement the deficient nutrients. This is how my report looks like :

Pretty cool huh? It simple, non-invasive and easy. And now I know what type of food or supplements I need to optimize myself.

Interested to try? Don't hesitate to contact us at or whatapps to 0123301585. See you soon.