There are a thousand free health resources out there online. Some of them are factually wrong, while others are simply outdated, when scientific thinking has moved on. Many are replicated and embellished, losing their original meaning. It’s so easy to get confused or be accidentally misinformed.
We created Adio to become a community resource that is backed by numerous scientific citations, our own experience and the very latest thinking – not just in conventional Western medicine (where vital information can take as long as 12 years to disseminate through to your GP), but by also harnessing our knowledge of the many different types of medical approach, such as functional and traditional medicines.
We look at health as a whole-body issue; not just about treating symptoms. It’s what you eat, how often you move, your lifestyle, and a number of other factors that determine how well you feel (less of it than you think is down to genetics). Adio gives people the opportunity to learn about those other, evidence-based factors and shares different approaches to health that you may not be aware of.
Our Adio community connects you with other members to create meaningful, authentic connections and conversations. It’s a place to be yourself: to share, grow and to be kind – not only to yourself, but to others.