Lifestyle Risk Analysis

120 minutes to good health!!!

Did your recent master health check up tell you that you have chances of developing a heart attack? Or that you may be at a risk for cancer? Or how much of a damage smoking and other pollutants have caused to your body? If not, then Basil is the answer for your lifestyle related health problems!

As you step in for a wellness check, Basil, with its state- of- the- art diagnostics and holistic prescription will give you a clear risk analysis score based on the tests and interpreted reports. This will not only provide you with an insight into your current status of health but also make you aware about how susceptible you are to the lifestyle related health problems in the near future.

In addition, you will also get an undisturbed 30 minutes with a wellness physician to discuss your problems without being rushed out!

What's more? You need not spend an entire day nor wait for long hours to get your risk analysis done. BASIL works by appointments and you can have your entire wellness check done in just 120 minutes flat and lead a happier & healthier life in mind, body and spirit.

Our popular lifestyle risk analysis programs include:

Basil Lifestyle Risk Analysis Check
Basil Smoker's Damage Detection Check
Basil Diabetic Wellness & Risk Analysis Check
BASIL's Elite Lifestyle Risk Analysis Check


America's health care system is in crisis precisely because we systematically neglect wellness and prevention.

- Tom Harkin

The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness.

- Abraham Maslow

There are six components of wellness: proper weight and diet, proper exercise, breaking the smoking habit, control of alcohol, stress management and periodic exams.

- Kenneth H. Cooper

Water is a only drink for a wise man

- Henry David

Your stomach is not a waste basket

- Anonymous

The ground work of all happiness is good health

– Leigh Hunt

"To insure good health: Eat lightly, breathe deeply, live moderately, cultivate cheerfulness, and maintain an interest in life

– William Londen

Improved diet and physical activity are more effective than medication in reducing the occurrence of Type 2 diabetes.

- New England Journal of Medicine