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Create wellness programs for your employees

WORKPLACE WELLNESS

WORKPLACE WELLNESS

Create wellness programs for your employees

Do you want to increase productivity and boost employee morale? Reduce absenteeism at work? Or perhaps you understand that the people working in your company are your most valuable resource and you want to help them stay healthy?

Regardless of the reason for launching a workplace wellness program, your employees deserve a wellness program that is not “one size fits all” but one that is customized for each individual.

Many companies have realized that salary and benefits alone are not enough to retain their top talent, especially when their best employees start leaving for competing firms.

Workplace wellness is becoming a global trend, but perhaps you, like many other employers, still don’t fully grasp what it entails and how it can impact your business. Whether you have 10 or 100 employees, we are here to assist you in developing programs that will benefit both your employees and your company.

Meeting today’s daily business demands and achieving significant results in the business world without a focus on health and well-being is nearly impossible. That’s why we wanted to enable business owners and employees to engage in activities that will contribute to improving their health.

Creative solutions for cultivating healthy employee habits.

The demand from both employees and employers for programs and services that offer the opportunity to eat and live healthily at work is steadily growing, and it’s the right time to acquaint yourself with the possibilities that Quantum Wellness provides.

Traditional fitness and wellness services and programs offered in companies during work hours often fall short. Instead, offer your employees personalized meals and innovative technology that not only boosts energy and productivity but also slows down the aging process at a cellular level.

Allow us to assist you in launching a wellness program in your company

A healthy life begins at home and extends into the office, which is why it’s the perfect time to offer your employees a unique wellness experience.

Quantum Wellness not only provides consulting services but also the complete know-how for implementing programs that target the key factors influencing health and aging processes.

Thanks to the synergy of integrative approaches and the advancements in quantum medicine, we’ve designed a capsule that achieves the effects of a hyperbaric chamber, infrared sauna, and energy massage. And that’s not all – the capsule also offers the opportunity for online consultations with experts from various fields of expertise.

WHO ARE QUANTUM WELLNESS SERVICES INTENDED FOR?

Individuals who use our services think in the following way:

  • I want to feel better and healthier.
  • I want to slow down the aging process at the cellular level.
  • I want to consume food and use products tailored to my body’s needs.
  • I want to prevent potential health issues rather than treat symptoms and consequences.
  • I feel like I lack energy and need to “recharge.”
  • I want to discover new ways to feel and STAY better.
  • I want to understand the root causes of my aesthetic and health issues.
  • I want a second professional opinion.
  • I’ve tried the conventional medical route, but I’m looking for a different, better approach to my health.
  • I am open and ready for a better tomorrow.
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Dr Sci.Med. Marina Luketina Šunjka - The author of the Quantum Wellness program

Marina began her education in the field of molecular biology and nutrition, and for the past 15 years, she has been honing her expertise in integrative and quantum medicine. Since 2003, she has been collaborating with the Institute for the Development of Quantum Medicine and Bioinformation Technologies in Ukraine and Russia. In December 2019, at the European Center for Peace and Development, University for Peace established by the United Nations (ECPD), she was appointed as the Operational Director of the Specialized Academic Studies Program in Quantum Information Medicine and Functional Nutrition. She earned her doctorate from the Medical Faculty in Kragujevac, and at the ECPD Faculty, she is currently working on her doctoral degree in healthcare management.

FUTURE WELLNESS

Every individual is unique, and everyone has a different journey in pursuit of health. We are here to assist you in enabling your employees to boost their vitality and mood for their daily work tasks, prevent aesthetic and health issues, and slow down the aging process through small lifestyle and dietary changes

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Dr Sci.Med. Marina Luketina Šunjka - The author of the Quantum Wellness program

Marina began her education in the field of molecular biology and nutrition, and for the past 15 years, she has been honing her expertise in integrative and quantum medicine. Since 2003, she has been collaborating with the Institute for the Development of Quantum Medicine and Bioinformation Technologies in Ukraine and Russia. In December 2019, at the European Center for Peace and Development, University for Peace established by the United Nations (ECPD), she was appointed as the Operational Director of the Specialized Academic Studies Program in Quantum Information Medicine and Functional Nutrition. She earned her doctorate from the Medical Faculty in Kragujevac, and at the ECPD Faculty, she is currently working on her doctoral degree in healthcare management.

FUTURE WELLNESS

Svaka je osoba jedinstvena i svako ima drugačiji put u potrazi za zdravljem, a mi smo tu da vam pomognemo da svojim zaposlenima omogućite da malim promenama u načinu života i ishrane podignu elan i raspoloženje za svakodnevne radne obaveze, preduprede estetske i zdravstvene probleme i uspore procese starenja.

PROGRAMS

LUNCH and learn

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If you find yourself caught up in daily work and family obligations with no time to focus on your nutrition and health, our Lunch and Learn gatherings, combined with our functional meals, provide a great opportunity to do something good for yourself. The goal of these gatherings is not only to learn about things you never have time for but also to get specific answers to the questions that interest you.

In the pleasant setting of the Nutree Center or a location of your choice, we organize workshops, gatherings, and lectures where you can acquire information that will forever change the way you think about health and nutrition. In a simple and easily understandable manner, we will explain how small lifestyle and dietary changes can influence the most critical factors affecting health and aging. We will discuss topics and address the questions that interest you. Learn more…

Energy at work

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Energy pods, Recovery zone, Power nap, Recharge room… Have you heard of these terms? If you haven’t, it’s the right time to get informed. Essentially, these are terms referring to spaces where activities can be carried out to reduce stress and boost energy.

What used to be a reason for dismissal is now commonplace in many companies. After Google introduced and showcased nap pods where their employees can rest and nap during the workday, thousands of firms have embraced this idea to offer their employees the same opportunity.

When most employees run low on energy and feel drowsy, they often resort to consuming coffee, energy drinks, or sweets, all of which come with known negative effects. Instead, we want to offer you something much better. Something that will significantly boost productivity and leave your employees grateful. More info…

EAT SMART

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Imagine the possibility for employees at their workplace to consume food that is 100% tailored to their needs. This isn’t science fiction but a reality that can be accessible to your employees as well. And for a practical look at how this works, check out the video above.

These centers offer innovative technology for the functional assessment of clients’ health and nutritional needs. The entire assessment procedure and tests are conducted within an innovative high-tech capsule, while the client is comfortably positioned to provide a sensation similar to zero gravity. In addition to nutritional assessment, clients have the opportunity to obtain essential information about their health and undergo treatments that affect stress levels, energy, and aging processes.

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Our vision and mission

Vision: Healthy and active employees working and thriving in a health-conscious work environment.

Mission: To assist companies in developing and sustaining a healthy organizational culture and providing employees who desire it with the opportunity to engage in activities that contribute to improving their health.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Are all workplace wellness programs the same, despite incentives for employers to invest in employee health? Of course, the answer is NO. Traditional programs heavily rely on health risk assessments through questionnaires and various systematic examinations, but that is not a sufficient solution if we aim to propose truly effective personalized nutrition programs, exercise regimens, and stress reduction programs for individuals.

Employers often have varying perspectives on the significance and necessity of providing workplace wellness programs to their employees, for several reasons. Some simply don’t feel any responsibility for their employees’ health, believing it to be a personal matter that individuals should take care of themselves.

Another group of employers is aware of their role in their employees’ health for the following reasons:

  1. Healthy employees are more productive and make fewer mistakes at work because they are not chronically tired, stressed, or sleep-deprived.
  2. Healthy employees have fewer absences. (Some employers have reduced absenteeism by 40% with a good wellness program.)
  3. Healthy employees result in lower healthcare costs, which can be significant for employers.
  4. Companies with robust wellness programs typically have a positive corporate culture, significantly enhancing their ability to attract and retain top talent.

So, what’s the issue?

Simply put, the problem is that many employers don’t have a clear understanding of what constitutes a high-quality workplace wellness program. Although workplace wellness has been around for nearly 40 years, there is still significant confusion about what true health entails and the best ways to achieve it.

These are some of the obstacles to more effective, safer, and cost-effective healthcare worldwide:

  1. Transitioning from allopathic to functional medicine won’t be easy. Many doctors, hospitals, and pharmaceutical companies will defend the status quo to the end. Doctors don’t learn much about functional medicine in medical school, and only a small number of medical schools worldwide have seriously incorporated this concept into their programs.

  2. Hospitals and pharmaceutical companies make a lot of money from treating symptoms.

  3. The healthcare system is based on treating symptoms, not preventing chronic diseases. Only 5% of total funds are spent on prevention, even though preventive methods can prevent 80% of diseases.

  4. Our doctors and hospitals are paid for treatment, not prevention. There are very few incentives for them to help people become healthier.

  5. Insurance companies make more money when healthcare costs are higher. This also applies to doctors, pharmaceutical companies, and hospitals—all due to our system that incentivizes treatment over good health.

  6. Employers, at least many of them, are reluctant to invest in wellness because they are not convinced they will see a suitable return on their investment in terms of profit.

  7. Employees often don’t want to change their habits and make lifestyle changes, believing that nothing will happen to them, and if it does, the healthcare system will take care of them. (Unfortunately, they will only realize the truth when they are in a situation where they need help.)

  8. Considering the relative insignificance and lack of awareness, existing programs are designed to meet the form rather than seriously address health issues effectively.

Here are some key facts about how expensive the current system is:

  • Prescription drugs cause 700,000 doctor visits and over 41,000 deaths each year.

  • In 2007, over $100 billion was spent on angioplasty and coronary artery bypass surgery, with only 3% of patients experiencing extended lifespans.

  • Hundreds of thousands of people take statins for cholesterol with no evidence that it will extend their lives.

  • In some countries, healthcare spending is nearly 20% of GDP, and a British economist estimates that we will spend 100% of our GDP on healthcare by 2065.

The current healthcare system is simply unsustainable. Employers can change it by insisting that their intermediaries start transitioning to systems that have all the elements of functional medicine. There are specific steps that need to be taken, but for those who do it, the rewards will be significant.

Not only could they stop double-digit increases in health insurance costs, but they could also see costs decrease by as much as 40% in the first four to five years, depending on how quickly and seriously they make this change.

This is the only way to prevent and reverse chronic diseases and achieve significant health improvements. Employers should use conventional medicine only when they are certain that treatments have no contraindications.

Proper health assessment—common diagnostic methods are simply inadequate. They do not identify health problems quickly enough, which is why a quality wellness approach must use technology capable of detecting irregularities when they can be addressed with small lifestyle changes, dietary adjustments, and non-invasive treatments.

Most wellness programs focus on fitness, weight loss, and other wellness goals. Of course, fitness and weight management are important but often insufficient.

Many wellness systems for health assessment and program development rely on questionnaires, blood laboratory analyses, and consultations with doctors whose advice typically revolves around official medications, which is often not enough.

Happiness is not a reward—it is a consequence, and suffering is not a punishment—it is a result.

This brings us to the need to find better technological solutions in the field of diagnostics and therapy, which can be classified under the realm of preventive and functional medicine. However, regardless of what you call it, the essence is as follows:

  1. Discover and address potential issues before symptoms appear.
  2. Create programs that address the root causes of problems and are tailored to each individual.

The activities employees engage in should be gradual, enjoyable, and something they eventually come to enjoy because any goal, whether it’s maintaining a desired weight or treating health problems, can be achieved when what you “must” do becomes your way of life.

Engage in physical activity and eat healthily because you want to, not because someone told you that you have to.

Large studies in the British medical journal Lancet Oncology and the Institute of Medicine have established the effectiveness of functional medicine for nearly every chronic disease.

Business Week magazine reported in May 2006 that conventional medicine has scientific evidence supporting only 20-25 percent of what it offers. That’s why the Cleveland Clinic decided to focus on Functional Medicine. The CEO of the Cleveland Clinic stated that Functional Medicine is more effective, safer, and cheaper, making it the medicine of the future.

 Quantum Wellness offers a solution for proactive employers who don’t have time to wait for changes in laws, education, or the way pharmaceutical companies think and operate, as they are reluctant to forgo enormous profits. A good system should have the ability to predict treatment effectiveness and possible contraindications, as well as provide information on key factors that influence health and aging.

Education – Qualified experts and educators should be utilized to ensure that every employee has the best possible information to make informed decisions about improving their health.

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