If you’re like most people, you’re interested in having a healthy lifestyle. One of the best ways to achieve that is by eating a healthy diet and staying active.
Elysium Health is a consumer health company that wants to help people live healthier, longer. Elysium created Basis, a supplement designed to support cellular health. Basis is proven to increase and sustain levels of NAD+ in our cells. NAD+ is a coenzyme that is essential to many of our cellular functions, like DNA maintenance, energy creation, and circadian rhythms. But as we age, our levels of NAD+ decline.
Changing your diet is one way to potentially improve your healthspan and well-being. You can do that by eating a diet full of foods high in vitamins and nutrients and avoiding processed and sugary foods.
Exercise is an essential component of living a healthy lifestyle. Many people don’t make take for exercise, but regular exercise can help you maintain high energy levels and allow you to feel productive for longer.
An exercise program should be both challenging and fun, and should include both aerobic and resistance exercise. Fitting in just a few hours of exercise a week is a great way to begin a healthy exercise routine.
Future Plans for Elysium Health
To purchase Basis, visit Elysium Health’s website. Elysium offers monthly subscriptions to Basis for between $40 and $50 per month, depending on the length of the subscription. Individual jars of Basis are also available for $60 each.
Elysium is in the process of developing other health products that focus on the microbiome, cognition, skin health, muscle function, and circadian rhythm.
Drew Madden is a healthcare IT entrepreneur with a passion for building attractive and unique company culture, high caliber teams, and trusted partnerships. Between 2011 and 2016, he served as the president of Nordic Consulting Partners, one of the largest Epic Consulting companies in the world. During Madden’s term in office, the company was able to receive several KLAS for its consulting excellence that included the first ranking in 2012 and 2014 for outstanding implementation services. Drew has vast experience on Electric Medical Records (EMR). The executive has spent more than 10 years in collaborating with the brightest and the best professionals in the industry to optimize, implement, and handle complex issues associated with EMR projects.
Before joining Nordic Consulting, Drew worked for Cerner Corporation where he implemented inpatient clinical solutions for more than four years. He also worked for Healthia Consulting from 2015 before Ingenix Consulting acquired it in 2007. While at Healthia Consulting, Drew focused on implementation roles before assuming a business development position. As the president of Nordic Consulting, he was responsible for business development, client relationships, and recruitment. During Drew’s tenure, Nordic Consulting grew from a workforce of 10 to 725 employees and three to 150 client partners.
After leaving Nordic Consulting, Drew co-founded the Evergreen Healthcare Partners, a renowned consulting firm that offers IT expertise to its partners across the country. They focus on providing advisory services and implementation of specialized healthcare technology and multiple EHR platforms. With decades of experience, the partners seek to spend extra time on finding ideal opportunities that are based on goals, skill sets, and preferences to create a foundation for an established partnership. As part of its continued effort to offer innovative solutions to its healthcare partners, the company has launched the Talent Management Solutions.
Drew Madden and his colleagues are seeking to offer innovative solutions that enable clients to recruit, develop and retain the best IT resources and set up dynamic, high-performing teams that can address the biggest challenges facing healthcare IT firms. Adding Talent Management Solutions to their offing allows them to further help their client partners to focus on their long-term objectives. Drew Madden graduated with a BSE in industrial engineering from the College of Engineering of Iowa University. He specialized in medical systems.