The four health talks enjoyed overwhelming success and were fully booked two weeks prior to the commencement.
Delivered by healthcare professionals Dr Xu WeiXing, clinical doctor, nutritionist and senior lecturer and Ms Alyssa Ng, naturopath and nutritional therapist, the events also provided free Live Blood Cell Analysis. Also known as the nutritional blood analysis, the live blood cell analysis at the events was conducted by clinicians.
“The live blood cell analysis was particularly interesting,” said Ms Chin Sheng Yee, a participant from Johor Bahru. “The use of the high-resolution dark field microscopy to observe live blood cells allowed me to gain an insight into my health.”
“With Live Blood Cell Analysis, an individual can determine his optimal diet and most effective supplementation such as enzymes, herbs, antioxidants and vitamins. However, it is not a diagnostic test for specific diseases,” said Dr Xu.
During the 3-hour activity, healthcare professionals provided insightful and useful tips into maximising the human body’s health potential, the importance of enzymes and how the consumption of enzymes improves health, vitality and beauty potential.
“With a healthy body, great skin will follow. And enzyme is one of the golden keys to health and beauty. It is a key to life’s code,” said Ms Alyssa Ng, Nutritionist and Naturopath.
Other areas in which Ms Ng shared included:
- Life span versus health span
- Sign of enzyme deficiencies
- How to replenish enzymes in our body
On the medical and clinical aspects, Dr Xu educated the participants on the importance and functions of enzymes in the body.
“When a human body becomes enzyme-deficient, it increases its vulnerability to free radical attacks, and may result in organ dysfunction, weak immunity and resistance, indigestion and slow metabolism,” commented Mrs Yap Moong Lan, Director of CareMark, who is a pharmacist by training.