If you’re seeking a natural approach to health and wellness that is scientifically sound and clinically effective, the LifeClick™ software system is an excellent choice. Physicians and computer scientists developed the system to create better and more consistent recommendations for supplementation, eating plans and exercise. Your personalized plan is generated by “expert” software that uses artificial intelligence(view references) to draw conclusions based on answers to questions regarding:
After analyzing thousands of variables from the online questionnaire, the software develops a personalized plan including:
The system is not designed to replace traditional medical care. The system focuses on health improvement through lifestyle and nutrition. The traditional medical approach relies heavily on the diagnosis of disease with specialized drug and surgical treatment for each condition. LifeClick™ relies on a “whole-person” model that evaluates all of the body’s systems as they relate to each other to enhance “self-healing” capability. This “body-mind” approach has been partially developed in complementary, integrative or alternative medicine practices. LifeClick™ takes the next logical step combining all of the available information from the scientific literature, patients and health professionals to create comprehensive lifestyle planning precisely tailored to an individual’s status at the exact time the system is engaged. This functional approach creates a positive sense of well-being as well as profound changes in biochemistry that allow for optimal genetic expression.
In the 1950’s, Linus Pauling and other pioneers in functional medicine began research into what was called molecular nutrition. They developed the concepts of biochemical individuality and biomolecular psychiatry as they investigated the integral relationships of nutrition and physiology. This scientific exploration culminated in the field of functional medicine, focusing on assessment and intervention to improve physiology, emotion, and physical function. Lifestyle modification with an emphasis on fitness and nutrition is the cornerstone of this process.
Contemporary health care practitioners receive little formal education in functional medicine and molecular or clinical nutrition. As a result, few doctors consistently identify the connection between faulty nutrition and clinical disorders in their patients. Additionally, the process of addressing the relationship between nutrition and clinical disorders is burdensome as a result of the labor and time-intensive task of evaluation, integration and implementation. Causal relationships between nutritional imbalance, metabolic dysfunction, biochemical individuality and age-related disease are now scientifically recognized and have been validated with abundant research. Typical diets in modern societies provide inappropriate or inadequate amounts of protein, fat and carbohydrate as well as vitamins, minerals and other critical nutrients. Restoring healthy function through diet, supplementation and exercise is obviously a worthwhile goal but the massive volume of constantly changing scientific information has outpaced the thought-processing abilities of most consumers and physicians.
As a result:
Beyond these factors, safe and effective health enhancement strategies from the field of functional medicine should be an option for every individual. As more research validates the impact and benefit of nutritional support for health enhancement these four factors continue to show up:
LifeClick has been designed to engage the user at one point in time, creating a “snapshot” of their health status at that moment. Compelling graphic interfaces enhance the user’s understanding of the “whole-person” approach to wellness. After completing the questionnaire a “body scan” is generated that identifies the organ systems that need the most urgent attention. (fig 1)
After the scan is generated the user has the option to review how each system contributes to health or disease and what can be done about them. A comprehensive graphic representation of all of the body’s systems is available to enforce understanding of the “whole-body” approach to health. (fig 2)
Extensive reporting and trend analysis is included in the software with precise food combining, grocery lists and exercise based on fitness levels and goals (fig 3). Supplementation suggestions are derived from the total functional score and demographics of each user. The system combines the concepts of personal training, nutritional science and functional medicine to create a truly holistic approach to health improvement and disease avoidance.