Health Education & Academics Thailand (HEAT Antiaging)
Thu, Aug 18 2022 - Sat, Aug 20 2022
Thu, Mar 11 2021 - Fri, Mar 12 2021
Organizer : HEAT
H.E.A.T. International Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine is a preventive healthcare model that can prolong the healthy life span in humans. Despite the believe of many physicians that there is little we can do to intervene the process of aging, new scientific data have shown otherwise.
We understand that due to the current situation of the Coronavirus pandemic, many of our delegates may not be able to attend our live event, so this H.E.A.T International Symposium will also be available as an ONLINE event, held over Zoom webinar.
We will be providing streaming access to virtual attendees, all our speaker presentations, and downloadable handouts, just as you would receive by being amongst our in-person audience at the live event.
Virtual attendees will also be able to ask questions in our live chat and have access to all presentation recordings for future reference for up to 6 months after the event.
Thank you all our delegates Thank You To Our Event Guests
We would like to thank everyone who attended our HEAT International Symposium: Food & Toxins on March 11-12, 2021.
It was a pleasure to host all of you who attended the event both in-person and online.
A BIG thank you also goes to our sponsors and exhibitors who showcased some of their fantastic products, and last but not least, our key speakers and presenters, who made an incredible effort to deliver their knowledge and experiences to us both in person, live over Zoom and through pre-recordings.
Our HEAT Anti-Aging International Congress will return from August 19-21, 2021, once again to bring you new, engaging, and informative experiences.
Tickets for HEAT Annual Congress 2021 are available at the link below - ฿10,000 discount (50%) until April 15, 2021
More information to follow in the coming weeks so stay tuned!
Once again, thanks to all who were involved in making this event spectacular, and we look forward to seeing you all again in August for HEAT Annual Congress.
The disease-based approach to medicine is not only expensive; it is ineffective and causes unnecessary prolonged suffering. Chronic illnesses and their management are on an upward trend globally and the increasing cost for dedicated medical treatments became a widespread burden to many. Quality health care has gradually become exclusive.
A major problem of the general health care system is that nearly every sick person receives treatment by the method of prescribed medicines, while other forms of therapy may be more promising. As a result, we ended up with a health care system where illnesses and symptoms are merely managed, leaving the root cause of a disease untouched.
Unfortunately, our health care system has fully turned into a well-adjusted business model. Its aim is no longer health promotion, but convincing doctors to prescribe more drugs.
Today’s evidence-based medicine is defined and financed by pharmaceutical companies where one hand washes the other. They help doctors release guidelines for the management of chronic illness, but for some reason, we do not see decreasing rates of the chronic sick. Instead, we have more people who are getting sick from drug complications.
To solve this health care crisis, we need to think outside the box. If we want to cut our health care costs, people have to know how to promote their health independently. This is not an impossible dream since scientific knowledge has proven again and again that an optimal healthy lifestyle is the key to longevity and good health.