MD, ScD, Professor Dušan Vešović in media
If you have decided to read these lines, you are probably searching for a solution to your health problems?!
I have been working as a medical doctor for a long time and I have realized that only by eliminating the causes of various health problems, I am going to have a healthy, smiling, and young-looking patient.
That is why I have been studying methods and techniques that can contribute to the health of the body and mind for more than two decades and I have realized that there is no "magic wand" and an overnight solution!
I have acquired classical medical education from the Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Belgrade, as well as education through numerous trainings, conferences and courses held in the country and abroad. Additionally, what is exceptionally valuable is the experience I have gained by working in direct contact with patients. All the knowledge I have accumulated resulted in the book - The HEALTH FORMULA.
The name of the book reflects the fact that we have to adhere to some elementary set of rules in our everyday life. This set of rules creates a formula and with consistent application of that formula one will restore one’s already impaired health or will further improve the good health they already have!
In other words - it is not possible to live in chaos and expect our body to be in harmony!
By adopting all the recommendations and by consistently implementing The HEALTH FORMULA protocol, under my expert supervision, you will bring your body to balance, which will be manifested in the elimination of the current health issues and complaints, in a surge of vital energy, and accordingly, in an essential anti-age effect!
And so, let's take a course together towards good health and vitality - let's start applying The HEALTH FORMULA!
Dušan Vešović, MD, ScD, Professor
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will instruct his patients in
care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.” –
Thomas Edison, "Wizard Edison," The Newark Advocate, Jan. 2, 1903.