The Global health care ecosystem is experiencing a transformation, and this can have major implications for the way life science organizations discover, develop, and commercialize products. At the heart of this change is a shift in focus toward individualized, patient centric care. Precision medicine is shaping research to focus on the variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle for each person, and Anzalp developing our products for targeted patient populations.
This type of personalization requires an understanding of what works for whom, why, and at what cost. In the past, the right data did not exist in order to answer those detailed questions, until now. There is an exponential increase of new, differentiated, rapidly delivered health information from various sources including heath records, genomic data, social data, wearable remote monitored data, and clinical data, etc. The variety and depth of data are making it possible for the health care ecosystem to better understand patients and more specifically professional athletes and use data to address those key questions.
Our Goal is to provide the optimal personalized nutritional and pharmaceutical product lines to enhance recovery and improve performance for each consumer, using molecular tools to identify how nutrients and bioactive food compounds and pharmaceuticals alter the DNA transcription and translation process, affecting the expression of genes that regulate critical metabolic pathways, which may ultimately affect health and performance outcomes. We will seek to achieve this goal by utilizing advanced Genetic testing (Pharmacogenomics and Nutrigenomics), AI, social and clinical and Ayurveda data to develop custom formulations for each individual consumer, so healthcare professionals can optimize treatment and recovery protocols to allow the consumers to achieve optimal performance and health.
Additionally, we can perform assessments on genetic predispositions to injury, cancer, addiction, etc. that will allow the consumer to better manage their health, training, recovery and careers.