Thorsten Hagemann is a seasoned medical professional and entrepreneur who has amassed over 17 years of experience within the healthcare industry. With a passion for building a more healthy society, Hagemann has dedicated his work in recent years towards the prevention of cancer and other diseases through the use of functional medicine and nutrition.
In 2014, Hagemann founded MedAdvise Ltd., a consultancy company focused on the education of the general public and prevention of illness through functional medicine. With an understanding that preventative medicine is often ignored, Hagemann was motivated to learn more about the prevention of illness and use this information to educate others so they can live more prosperous lives.
Thorsten Hagemann has quickly become a leading expert in the novel area of the microbiome and nutrition. The microbiome refers to the community of trillions of bacteria that live in your digestive tract and throughout the rest of your body. Research has shown that the microbiome is the key to overall mental and physical health.
Hagemann is a major advocate for the Microbiome Diet, which is effectively able to heal your gut and reset your metabolism. When your microbiome is balanced, you are effectively able to harness these bacteria to keep your body healthy, promote good digestion, balance mood, and much more. Unfortunately, an unbalanced microbiome can lead to such symptoms as poor skin, brain fog, insomnia, depression, anxiety. It is also linked to life-threatening illnesses like obesity, diabetes, and cancer.
Moving forward, Thorsten Hagemann is looking to build a business centered around nutrition and a balanced microbiome. He is excited about the possibility of harnessing the power of big data to conduct in-depth analysis of the microbiome of an entire population. The aim is to develop functional day-to-day foods contributing to the benefit of the individual. Combined with modern technology outcome measurements can provide key information how a healthy lifestyle individually can be achieved. Everyone is different and the complex make-up genes are reacting individually differently to environmental impacts such as physical activity, food, wellness. Harnessing this power can lead to an individualised day-to-day plan to improve health and longevity.
Prior Work Experience & Education
Thorsten Hagemann’s prior work experience includes executive roles in small, mid-size pharma and clinical practice in major European health care systems. Hagemann graduated in medicine in 1998 and earned his Doctor of Medicine in 2002. He later went on to specialize in several key areas of medicine, including Internal Medicine, Haematology, and Medical Oncology.
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