Health

Mareto offer many health treatments to prioritise overall health through a balanced diet, regular exercise, and self-care. These practices are essential for achieving optimal results in any beauty treatment.

Weight Loss Injection Course

Our weight loss program consists of functional nutrition support, metabolic bioanalysis, full blood panel and weight loss injections. The injection is an effective weight loss drug which is used to help people with high body mass indexes (BMI). With lifestyle changes, around 86% of people who use the injections lose weight.

Full Blood Panel

We ustilise blood tests in a number of ways, for example, assessing the health of certain organs or screening for some genetic conditions.

Functional Nutrition Consultation

Functional nutrition is the practice of considering every aspect of health, diet, and overall lifestyle when giving nutrition recommendations. It aligns with the ideologies of functional medicine. Functional medicine follows an approach to healthcare that takes into consideration how interrelated every part of the body is. This strategy seeks to look at the big picture of health by restoring physiological functioning.

Food Intolerance Consultation

A food intolerance is when you have difficulty digesting certain foods or ingredients in food. It’s not usually serious, but eating the food you’re intolerant to can make you feel very unwell. Check if you have a food intolerance If you have a food intolerance, you usually get symptoms a few hours after eating the food or ingredient you’re intolerant to.

Full Health Screen

A full health screen is a comprehensive medical checkup that aims to assess your overall health and detect any potential health problems before they become serious. A full health screen typically involves a series of tests and examinations that cover various aspects of your health, including physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

Menopause Health Screen

Menopause is a natural biological process that marks the end of a woman’s reproductive years. It typically occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, with the average age being 51. As women transition through menopause, it is important to prioritise their health and wellbeing by receiving regular health screenings. Menopause health screenings can help detect potential health issues early, making them easier to manage and treat.

 

Diabetic Health Screen

A Diabetic Health Screen is a set of medical tests and assessments designed to evaluate the health of individuals with diabetes or those who are at risk of developing diabetes. The screening typically involves measuring the level of glucose in the blood, along with other relevant tests to assess the risk of complications related to diabetes, such as kidney disease, eye problems, nerve damage, and heart disease.

A deeply personal patient experience.

We ustilise blood tests in a number of ways, for example, assessing the health of certain organs or screening for some genetic conditions.

Some of the most common blood tests performed are:

  • OHP3
  • Lipid Profile
  • Glucose
  • FBC
  • HBA1C
  • Thyroid Function Test
  • Prostate Specific Antigen Test
  • Hormone Profile (MENP)
  • Vitamin D
  • Iron
  • B12
  • Liver Function

Functional nutrition is the practice of considering every aspect of health, diet, and overall lifestyle when giving nutrition recommendations. It aligns with the ideologies of functional medicine.

Functional medicine follows an approach to healthcare that takes into consideration how interrelated every part of the body is. This strategy seeks to look at the big picture of health by restoring physiological functioning. During a functional nutrition consultation, symptoms are seen as clues for managing your primary health issues, whether they are related to diet, illnesses, medications, lifestyle factors, exposure to toxins, antibiotic use, or other factors.

While standard healthcare will try to suppress these symptoms with medication, functional nutrition and functional medicine see them as clues for understanding the underlying issues within the body. By considering the impacts of seemingly unrelated factors on health, functional nutritionists will put together a holistic health plan that takes every aspect of health into consideration.

For these reasons, functional nutrition is never one-size-fits-all. Instead, it is a highly customisable holistic health perspective that takes your unique situation into account to support healing from the cellular level.

A food intolerance is when you have difficulty digesting certain foods or ingredients in food. It’s not usually serious, but eating the food you’re intolerant to can make you feel very unwell. Check if you have a food intolerance If you have a food intolerance, you usually get symptoms a few hours after eating the food or ingredient you’re intolerant to. Symptoms can last for a few hours or days. A food intolerance is caused by your body not being able to digest a certain food or an ingredient in food. The most common food intolerance is lactose intolerance. This is when your body is not able to digest lactose, a type of sugar mainly found in milk and dairy products such as cheese and yoghurts.

But you can be intolerant to any type of food or ingredient in food, such as:

  • Gluten (wheat, rye and barley) – found in foods like bread and pasta
  • Histamine – found in foods and drinks like wine and cheese
  • Caffeine – found in coffee, tea and some fizzy drinks
  • Alcohol
  • Sulphites – found in cider, beer and wine

Tests you may have include:

  • A special elimination diet where you avoid eating the food you might be intolerant to, to see if your symptoms get better – after a few weeks you start eating the food again to see if your symptoms return
  • blood tests
  • a breath test if you might be lactose intolerant
  • You may also be asked to keep a food and symptoms diary to help work out what may be triggering your symptoms.