IMC Health Approach

What is Integrated Health?

Integrated Health combines the best of both traditional Eastern practices with conventional Western medicine to cure common ailments and prevent disease.

While conventional medicine is outstanding in treating acute specific illnesses, traditional methods are often better at dealing with chronic ailments. Therefore, it makes sense to combine the two.

Back to Basics

One of the most obvious advantages of Integrated Health is the way in which healthcare is put back into the hands of the individual. In a society where 1 in 3 GP consultations are for minor ailments, it is becoming increasingly important to take responsibility for your health and, in turn, remove the stress from an overburdened NHS.

It is time to start taking control of our health. To get back to basics and incorporate treatments that have proved effective for thousands of years.

In the 5th Century BC, Hippocrates, the 'Father of Medicine' stated that the purpose of medicine was to aid a person's natural healing power to cure the disease. In order to activate this healing power, we have to carry out a simple regimen of diet, exercise and massage and to practice moderation.

Dr Ali developed the Integrated Health Lifestyle Programme around Hippocrates Regimen Theory. The programme is easy to follow and can be incorporated into any lifestyle

The Lifestyle Programme

This is built around 5 basic areas which are integral to good health

1. Moderation and Diversity

2. Diet

3. Exercise

4. Massage

5. Rest and Meditatio

Not too much, not too little, but a bit of everything that agrees with you. Moderation in every activity is the healthy course.

What you put into your body directly affects your health. Food gives us energy and is also a vital part of the healing process. When looking at your diet you should employ the philosophy of more or less. A healthy diet should include:


Water - drink about 2-21/2 litres per day organic food, especially when using meat or poultry Herbal teas and fresh fruit juices such as apple, carrot and ginger cartier replica sale juice.Unsweetened Yoghurt Non citrus fruit with high Vitamin C content such as kiwi fruit, blackcurrants, plums,mango, apples and apricots. Honey Lentils and pulses Cottage cheese Unleavened bread made from cornflour or chickpea flour. Cumin, ginger, parsley and other spices gently add flavour to foods rather than to overpower the tastebuds.


Carbonated Water fried, fatty or oily food Coffee and sodas Rich desserts with high fat and sugar Citrus fruit ( except tangerines,clementines and non GM oranges). Refined Sugar Mushrooms Cheese Yeast products such as bread, pizza bases, beer, soy sauce and yeast extract spreads. Rich curries and spicy food/Excess salt.

Exercise does not necessarily mean hours at the gym or expensive equipment. Often, the simplest form of replica watches for sale exercise is the most beneficial. Walking outdoors is a great way to get your body going and take in fresh air. A brisk walk is free and can hublot replica sale be incorporated into your day easily - from taking the long route to the office to walking the dog after dinner. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and keep a steady pace to get the most out of it. Yoga is highly recommended as a form of exercise as it encompasses both physical and mental stimuli. As well as exercising the body, yoga's slow breathing calms the nervous system, oxygenates the blood and fake rolex sale tissues and increases the heart rate. It can be practised anywhere, from the privacy of your living room to a public class to a hublot replica sale hotel room between flights. Yoga is the exercise that fits into any lifestyle. Rest after exercise is very important to restore your physical and mental energy.
More than 60 per cent of the body consists of muscles which synthesise our energy and generate much of our heat. Massage stimulates these processes. Circulation is improved by massage and touch has a healing effect. Regular therapeutic rolex replica massages focusing on the neck and shoulders are highly recommended.

It is essential to incorporate rest and relaxation into your lifestyle. You should aim to get at least eight hours sleep every night if you want to be at your best during the day. It is easy to spot when someone has not had enough sleep - they become irritable, their skin takes on a greyish hue, their mind and responses slow down and their overall performance is impaired.

The Lifestyle Programme will show you the most effective rest and relaxation techniques which will leave you fresh, reinvigorated and ready to face the world.

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