Multiple Business-Award-winning Serial Entrepreneur, Best-Selling Author, Naturopathic Physician, Professor of Natural Medicine.

Dr Sundardas was born with congenital birth defects (cleft lip and cleft palate). Surgeries and drugs to correct this led to secondary damage. At age 12 after a total of 5 surgeries he was left with speech disabilities, hearing handicap and brain damage (Asperger’s Syndrome which is related to an incapacity to experience normal emotions).

After completing his first degree in Physics at 24, he went on to study Natural Medicine. By 31, he was a double professor of Natural Medicine to two different organisations. Today, with 25 years of practice, Dr Sundardas is the leading Naturopathic Physician practicing in Singapore. An international speaker, he has spoken at the National Achiever’s Congress in Singapore and Malaysia in 2012.

He is the recipient of multiple awards which include:

  • The Dr. Yudvir Singh Memorial Award (India)
  • Who’s Who of Professionals (USA)
  • Who’s Who of Intellectuals (USA)

His company received the Promising SME 500 2013 Award in Singapore.

His client list includes leading Asian actresses and entertainers; diplomats, ambassadors and political figures from around the region; some of the richest families in Asia, the Middle East and India; and members of the Malaysian royal family.

Organizations he has worked with include Goldman Sachs, IBM, SIMEX, FOREX, Batey Ads, Business Trends, NTUC, South East Asian government bodies like the Ministry of Defence, Singapore, Ministry of Education, Singapore, and the Ministry of Health, Thailand.

Dr. Sundardas has helped companies in the wellness arena generate more than US$25 million in sales by strategic technical positioning. He has worked with diverse industries such as healthcare, engineering, shipping, architecture, restaurants, fresh produce and health food, fashion, copywriting and public relations in the areas of Peak Performance, Personal Branding and Strategic Management. The companies have ranged from startups to those with a turnover of US$70 million.