About Us

Using the science of Naturopathy our resident doctor, Dr. Atoie Arboleda, N.M.D. separates facts from myth as he addresses both ordinary and extraordinary health issues. As a renowned Naturopathy Medical Doctor, Doc Atoie as he is fondly called at Zynergia, discusses the advantages of Naturopathy in curing and preventing diseases such as Diabetes, Hypertension, Arthritis, Allergy/Asthma and Cancer by introducing the necessary regimen and discipline in food and lifestyle. The practice is often referred to as “The drugless therapy”- a natural, safe, and harmless medical process.





Live broadcasts of Doc Atoie are displayed at the Health Forum and Cafeteria Zynergia along with social media.

Doc Atoie educates patients on the science and benefits behind naturopathy. He teaches how their willingness, discipline, and general outlook on life despite their condition has a great impact on their eventual recovery.

Consultations with patients are also held after the live broadcasts of the Health Forum, wherein Doc Atoie addresses their further inquiries and to give more in-depth instructions and regulations on their treatment.



Nutritional Guidelines Overview


Nutritional Guidelines are tailored to fit all patients and different guidelines are prepared depending on which of their bodily systems are affected by an illness.


Circulatory System

  • Circulates blood around the body via the heart, arteries, and veins. Delivers oxygen & nutrients to organs and cells and carries their waste products away. Equalizes body temperature.

Digestive System

  • Mechanical and chemical processes that provide nutrients via the mouth, esophagus, stomach, and intestines. Eliminates body waste.

Endocrine System

  •        Provides chemical communications within the body using hormones. The collection of glands that produce hormones that regulate metabolism, growth & development, tissue function, sexual function, reproduction, sleep, and mood, among other things.

Integumentary System

  • Skin is the body’s largest organ. It protects us from the outside world and is our first defense against bacteria, viruses and other pathogens.
  • Our skin also helps regulate body temperature and eliminates waste through perspiration.
  • Additionally, the integumentary system includes the hair and nails.

Lymphatic System

  • The system is comprised of a network of lymphatic vessels that carry a clear fluid called lymph. Includes lymph nodes, lymph ducts, and lymph vessels, and also plays a role in the body’s defenses.
  • Its main job is to make and move lymph, a clear fluid that contains white blood cells which help the body fight infection.
  • It also removes excess lymph fluid from bodily tissues, and returns it to the blood.
  • Defends the body against pathogens that may endanger the body.

Nervous System

  • Collects and processes information from the senses via nerves and the brain and tells muscles to contract to cause physical actions

Reproductive System

  • Also known as the genital system, it’s a system of sex organs within an organism which work together for the purpose of sexual reproduction.
  • Many non-living substances such as fluids, hormones, and pheromones are also important accessories to the reproductive system.

Respiratory System

  • Allows us to take in vital oxygen and expel carbon dioxide in a process we call breathing.
  • It consists mainly of the trachea, diaphragm, and the lungs.

Skeletal & Muscular System

  • Our bodies are supported by the Skeletal System, which consists of 206 bones connected by tendons, ligaments, and cartilage.
  • The skeleton not only helps us move, but it’s also involved in the production of blood cells and the storage of calcium.
  • The teeth are also part of the skeletal system, but aren’t considered bones.
  • The muscular system consists of about 650 muscles that aid in movement, blood flow and other bodily functions.

Systemic Diseases

  • Systemic means affecting the entire body, rather than just a single organ or body part.

Urinary System

  • Helps eliminate a waste product called urea from the body, which is produced when certain foods are broken down.
  •        The whole system includes two kidneys, two ureters, the bladder, two sphincter muscles, and the urethra.
  • Urine produced by the kidneys travels down ureters to the bladder, and exits the body through the urethra.