Health as Systems
We increasingly understand our body as interrelated systems, and seek to improve them with diet, from the inside-out, and through external, tech-enabled stimulation.
Awareness of relationship between body and mind
Seeking headspace and stress relief via apps and little habit changes
Reacting to energy needs
Understanding how the body’s ecosystems affect one another (e.g. gut biome and nervous system)
Counteracting modern ailments (fatigue, depression, anxiety) via dietary choices
Focusing on sleep and mental acuity for long-term energy
How is this manifesting?
Through the eyes of our StreetScapers…
“More and more Koreans are trying to find the balance between work and free-time and to search for the meaning of life.”
Gayang, South Korea
"Healthy good quality food permeates everyday life in Denmark. So much so that the international convenience store 7/11 serves Paleo food that promotes digestive functionality.”
Only 43% of the cells in the human body are human. The rest is taken up by our microbiome that includes bacteria, fungi, single-celled, archaea and viruses.
Apps that facilitate mental health
Moodo – using fragrances to create a stress-free and healthy environment.
Thync – non-invasive bioelectronic platform which targets certain nerves for electrical stimulation - used to combat mental health illness and autoimmune disorders.
Bio-dynamic ingredients to improve physical and mental wellbeing
High Mood Food – natural, fermented and living food, promoting the link between digestion and mental health,
WellWell – organic cold-pressed juice with biodynamic (fermented) lemon, a performance enhancer and counter-fatigue drink.