Your personalised health platform
The combination of your genes and your epigenetics (the environment and lifestyle that effects your genes) is the roadmap to optimal health and wellbeing.
Crisp Nutrition uses a scientifically proven health platform as a tool to help you reach your health and wellness goals.
By using your body measurements, physical traits, medical and family history, and other lifestyle information, over 10,000 data points are captured to calculate your current state of health, and create a profile of your unique genetic make-up (your body type) and health and lifestyle recommendations.
These recommendations will include:
what foods to eat, and how and when to eat them;
what exercises are most beneficial for your body type and goals;
suggested schedules for eating, working, and relaxing;
tips on how to make the most of your natural skills and strengths;
and so much more.
Once your profile has been created, you will also receive access to a unique easy-to-use smartphone app. This app will provide 24/7 support, tips, and reminders, in addition to your personal profile information.
The science behind the platform
Over the past decade, an international team of physicians and technologists has developed an advanced algorithm that integrates evidence-based scientific study with cutting edge technology. The result is a unique and personalised health platform that translates the distinct relationship between your body’s measurements and physical traits to its physical functions.
This platform is the result of many years of research across multiple sciences and fields of study, including physiology, endocrinology, neurology, anthropometry, epigenetics, and traditional Chinese medicine, to name a few.
Here’s a broad list of some of the sciences incorporated in this platform and a brief explanation of each:
Ancestry & Genetic Lineage
Genetic lineage influences our ideal environment and lifestyle, and subsequent defence systems for health.
The scientific study of the measurements and proportions of the body.
Traditional Hindu medicine, known as “The Science of Life”, which originated in India more than 5,000 years ago. It places great emphasis on prevention, and encourages maintenance of health through balance in life, right thinking, diet, lifestyle, and the use of herbs.
The science or study of the effect of time, especially natural
rhythms, on living organisms.
The branch of biology and medicine concerned with the study of embryos and their development.
The study of medicine that relates to the endocrine system. Endocrine glands produce hormones that sustain metabolism, control sexual secondary characteristics, regulate temperature, influence behaviour, personality and mood, and many other physiological functions.
A collection of environmental factors, such as stress and diet, to which an individual is exposed and which can have an effect on health.
A branch of medicine that deals with the effects of geography in disease.
A branch of psychology concerned with how the brain,
and the rest of the nervous system, influences a person’s cognition and behaviours.
The branch of biology that deals with the structure and function of macromolecules, such as proteins and nucleic acids, essential to life.
Obvious physical traits and characteristics that give insight into health or dysfunction in the body.
A study of signs and symptoms of the body that correctly identify, collate and interpret, through diagnostics, the origin of simple or complex diseases.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
A broad range of medicine practices developed in China over more than 2,000 years. It includes herbal medicine, acupuncture, tuina, qigong and dietary therapy: Medicine concepts that focus on the harmony of the body with the environment.