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LADICORP 2019-12-19T14:11:30+00:00

WHO WE ARE

We are a group of professionals in health care, agriculture and business fields taking real action to make our soils, plants and people more healthy. We follow the approach of sustainable development throughout the whole ecosystem. 20 years of scientific research allowed us to develop unprecedented sustainable development solutions with our main focus towards the sectors of agriculture and medicine. Together with our US partners Mineral Logic Ltd, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Aleksandras Stulginskis University and Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry we concluded that there is a strong relationship between the soil, nutrition and human physical and mental health.

The way to make our food systems and people more healthy is to eliminate micronutrient deficiency by enhancing the nutrient uptake and promoting detox in soils, plants, livestock, poultry and humans. This can be done by using a newly found organic mineral product which contains more than 70 naturally occurring minerals, trace minerals, trace vitamins, fulvic, humic, amino and additional organic acids. The product was carefully tested in scientific, experimental and industrial fields in the Eastern, Northern Europe and the US and showed excellent results. We support the globalization of this health solution.

OUR MISSION

We supply the agriculture and health care sectors with a unique technology and a product for sustainable and healthy nutrition in all of the food chain throughout the biosphere. This is done in order to support life and health everywhere it goes – to plants, animals, and to human beings. The global problem is that despite the best efforts to eat a healthy balanced diet, most of our food sources no longer contain all necessary minerals, micronutrients, bio-active organic acids and other phytonutrients which our bodies need to stay healthy.

This is due to the degradation of soils which developed through intensive industrial agricultural practices and the lack of sustainability. Degraded soils cause poor nutrition value plants and poor nutrition value food which causes human physical and mental degeneration. On the 1-st of April 2016, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the Rome Declaration on Nutrition and the Framework for Action of the Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2; Rome 19–21 November 2014) and decided to proclaim 2016–2025 the United Nations Decade of Action on Nutrition. We do our best to support this decision.

OPINIONS

UN ABOUT
NUTRITION

On 1 April 2016, the United Nations General Assembly decided to proclaim 2016– 2025 the United Nations Decade of Action on Nutrition. Our shared goal is to end malnutrition in all its forms.

FAO ABOUT
SOIL

Soils affect almost everything in our lives: the food we eat, the vegetation we walk on, the medicines we take, the buildings we live in, the clothes we wear, the water we drink and even the weather! Soils really do enable life on Earth and they are central to sustainable development.

WHO ABOUT
MICRONUTRIENTS

World Health Organization (WHO) announced that around half of the global population currently suffers from some form of malnutrition. Malnutrition encompasses not only undernutrition but also micronutrient deficiencies.

WB ABOUT
MALNUTRITION

Micronutrient deficiency elimination is as cost effective as the best public health interventions. World Bank estimated that micronutrient malnutrition costs developing economies at least 5 percent of gross domestic product.

QUESTIONS ABOUT SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE? ASK OUR EXPERTS.

Ask An Expert

GLOBAL TEAM. WORLD CLASS RESULTS.

VALDAS BUTKUS MD.

EXPERT CFO

Neurologist with the focus on the relationship between nutrition and dental, physical, mental health and natural healthcare.

SANDRA BUTKIENĖ MD.

EXPERT CEO

Expert in oral health with 30 years clinical experience with the focus on the biological holistic dentistry, craniomandibular function (CMD) and clinical nutrition.

LAURA NORMANTIENE

EXPERT

Product commercialization and development.

RALF OSTERTAG

EXPERT

Chief Science Officer

ANDREW BRUEX

EXPERT

PATRICK VANSLAMBROUCK

EXPERT

Prof. Habil. Dr. GEDIMINAS STAUGAITIS

EXPERT

Director of Agrochemical Research Laboratory,
Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry.

Dr. ZITA BRAZIENĖ

EXPERT

Doctor of biomedical sciences, agronomy (06 B) with the focus on optimisation of fertiliser rates in sustainable agriculture.

VALENTINAS GENYS

EXPERT

Agroecologist. Farmer with the focus on ecology and sustainable agriculture.

LUKAS PALTANAVIČIUS

AGRONOMIST – CONSULTANT

Agronomist-consultant with a concentration in agroecology.

Assoc. Prof. JŪRATĖ STAIKŪNIENĖ, MD, PhD

EXPERT

President of Lithuanian society of allergy and clinical immunology

Prof. Dr. NIJOLĖ SAVICKIENĖ

EXPERT

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences with expertise in Clinical Pharmacology, Pharmacy.

KASPAR BUTKUS

TRADE & POLITICAL CONSULTANT

Department of Politics and International Studies
University of Cambridge