Nothing can be more fundamental for happy co-existence of mankind than a healthy population. Sustained health is a combination of good lifestyle, healthy practices, timely screening, robust diagnostics, advanced devices, apt interventions, and more importantly a healthy diet and practice. Health interventions strives to achieve and mark its presence in all these spheres to help contribute a healthy living.
Providing scientifically validated evidence of how your products or commodities can impact the health of consumers is one of our flagship services. Identifying the maximally pro-inflammatory to a maximally anti-inflammatory diet of our traditional foods are key to solve this jigsaw puzzle. Our partner's (CHI-LLC®) is a perfect choice.
Clinicians, Nutritionists, Medical Practitioners, Dietitians, and Counselors are the key conduit for a healthy living of an individual. We recognize the pivotal role they play and hence, support them with our innovatively designed materials and products. These aim to intervene, enhance and equip individuals towards a healthy lifestyle and living.
Lifestyle & Wellness
The wellness programs offered by Health Interventions LLP in partnership with Connecting Health Innovations are unique, in the sense, they are clinically validated. The programs track the participant's wellness before, during and after the program through a series of bio-markers. The program draws strength from our partners extensive and empirical research on Dietary Inflammation.
In this fast-paced world and with the advent of processed foods, convenience is a crucial influencer which decides what we eat! In the current fast-food environment, getting enough calories is no problem; in fact, it is quite obvious that many people are consuming diets far beyond their metabolic need.
The researches that were conducted extensively on Dietary Inflammation and using DIITM are captured here for quick reference. Though they are substantial in number, the most relevant ones are listed. PDF docs allow the full research paper to be downloaded and by clicking on the PMID, one will have access to the abstract and clicking on PMCID links one to the full text.