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Eat. Sleep.
Relax. Move.

The four pillars that can do more than you think for your health this summer.

Order a Blood Test XL or Blood Test Advanced and get Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s book "The 4 Pillar Plan"

The 4 Pillar Plan av Dr Rangan Chatterjee

The way we live our lives has a major impact on our health. Often small adjustments in how we live can make us healthier and reduce the risk of disease.

In "The 4 Pillar Plan", Dr Rangan Chatterjee presents an accessible plan with handy tips on how to take control of your health for a longer and healthier life. The four pillars focus on how to relax more, eat smart, move better and sleep clever.

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The offer is valid until 31st July, when purchasing Blood Test XL or Blood Test Advanced (At Home Nurse Visit)

Clinic test

Blood Test XL

£ 125

Our most comprehensive blood test available in London and Manchester + doctor’s comment

  • Thyroid function
  • Cholesterol profile
  • Vitamins & Minerals
  • Blood sugar
  • Liver function
  • Kidney function
  • Full blood count
  • Inflammation
  • Including the book “The 4 Pillar Plan”
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Home test

Blood Test Advanced

£ 145

Our most popular test covering essential areas of the body, available nationwide

  • Price includes a home visit by our qualified nurses
  • Book the test at your convenience wherever you are, available at addresses across the UK
  • Doctor’s Comment
  • Including the book “The 4 Pillar Plan”
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Dr Rangan Chatterjee, a member of the Werlabs Medical Board, is a pioneer in the field of preventative medicine and challenges the way we look at diseases.

Dr Rangan Chatterjee

He is the resident doctor at BBC One’s Breakfast, a globally recognised lecturer and active health commentator at both BBC Radio and Huffington Post. Nowadays he is also the author of the best-selling book "The 4 Pillar Plan".

Dr Chatterjee's philosophy and vision in healthcare is very closely linked to what we want to achieve at Werlabs. Our vision of a healthier society where individuals have knowledge and motivation to take responsibility for their health.

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Eat smart.

Dr Chatterjee refuses to believe that there is one diet that is optimal for everyone. He is primarily inspired by the leading principles of the so-called "blue-zones”, areas around the world where people live the longest.

The book describes how these principles can be applied in your life no matter what dietary restrictions or preferences you have, including:

  • Eat fresh, seasonal foods that are produced locally
  • Sit down and eat together with people
  • Limit sweets and other treats to special occasions
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Sleep clever.

"We’re in the middle of a sleep deprivation epidemic," says Dr Chatterjee. Generally, we sleep about 25% less today than we did just 60 years ago. Even short periods of sleep deprivation lead to higher levels of stress hormones, increased blood pressure, and impairs the body's ability to stabilise your blood sugar levels during the course of the day.

The book teaches you how to improve and prioritise your sleep so you can experience as many health benefits as possible, including:

  • More energy
  • A sharper mind
  • Reduce the risk of chronic diseases, such as type-2 diabetes
  • Reduce stress levels
Vila mer.

Relax more.

During the summer's carefree and relaxed atmosphere is a perfect time to introduce an inner tranquillity in your life. Relaxation should have as high of a priority as food, movement and sleep during your summer. It helps you to shut down your overactive stress response and reduce the levels of the stress hormone, cortisol.

In the book, you will learn simple tricks to understand how to relax more. If you take the time to relax then you can experience a variety of positive effects, including:

  • Weight Loss
  • Lower stress levels
  • Improved sleep
  • Improved concentration
Rör på dig.

Move better.

Physical inactivity is one of the largest causes of premature death. A WHO survey found that 50% of women and 40% of men in Europe and the United States are not sufficiently active.

In Dr Chatterjee’s book, he helps you learn different types of training that will improve your health.

Movement and exercise have a lot of benefits, including:

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Regulate hormones
  • Improve blood pressure