We at Heal n Cure inspire hope in our members and achieve optimal health and wellness by providing the best care through functional and regenerative medicine. We strive to be your most trusted medical wellness partner by improving the quality of life through functional and regenerative medicine.
Our Core Values
- Gratitude towards members who take action and inspire us and others with their results
- Communication that is open, honest, and direct
- Recognize and rejuvenate the body’s natural healing capacity
- Coach, educate, and empower members so they can inspire others
- Improve member’s quality of life by inspiring hope and action
- Serve with compassion, dignity, and pride.
- Partner with our members in their journey to wellness.
- Take Initiative, responsibility, action to solve problems
- Inspire our members with our own wellness-oriented lifestyle
- Cohesive Teamwork, efficiency, respect, and recognition of team members.
Under the guidance of our founder Dr. Meena Malhotra, MD, we are able to assimilate the best practices from Eastern and Western medicine and design therapeutic lifestyle plans for our members. We utilize the tools from Functional Medicine to spark the change in our community for longevity with quality of life just like in Blue Zones.
- Okinawa, Japan
- Ikaria, Greece
- Sardinia, Italy
- Nicoya, Costa Rica
- Loma Linda, California
The common thread which ties these diverse regions together is the diet which is heavy in vegetables and healthy fats and contains smaller amounts of dairy and meat products. There are practically no processed foods in their diet.
Restorative sleep and short naps fuel them with positive energy.
Moderate consumption of alcohol as wine also helps lower cortisol levels, a hormone associated with stress.
Physical activity is woven as activities of pleasure in their daily lives like planting a garden, using hand tools for housekeeping, and walkable communities.
In modern times we call it “NEAT” Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis, meaning the energy spent doing activities of daily living which over long run always is more relevant than spending time on machines.