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January 21, 2019

Transforming Your Health - 2019

Best Health Tips # 3


Of course we all have different metabolism, epigentetics and lifestyles which means there are different food and nutrient requirements to suit. Resetting your diet really needs a tailored plan. A tailored plan that suits your requirements. However there is a broad based commonality that we can talk about when it comes to food.

Its our relationship to food. Foods that have a negative impact on you physically, mentally and emotionally. Yes, it can be so confusing there is a plethora of information in regards to nutrition and so much mis information out there.  You just have to read the news to know currently, in terms of diet and food - we have terms such as Paleo, Vegan, Lectin & Leptin free, Salicylate, Fructose intolerant, Gluten Intolerant, Sugar free, Gluten free, Raw diets and the list goes on.

One of the first principles when it comes to aligning your food to who you are, is to identify what foods...

January 13, 2019

Tip # 2

Embracing the time of day to exercise

Did you know the time of day your exercise impacts your health?

Studies confirm Individuals who exercise in the morning spend longer in REM Deep sleep than other individuals exercising at different times of day.    It all seems to do with resetting the hormone cortisol – setting it at the right time with the right amount.  The morning exerciser seems to have an advantage point – Most I say because it requires hormone testing to see where your cortisol is at.  If your cortisol is low in the morning, but higher toward the end of the day – it suggests there may be sleep issues as the hormone plays with your sleep patterns.  If its high in the morning and lower at night, you'll exercise great and sleep best at night.

Morning exercisers seem to experience e a wide range of benefits ranging from 25% reduction in blood pressure, deactivation of flight/fight schedule meaning a calmer person, a calmer digestion absorbing ma...

January 9, 2019

Transforming Your Life

Best Health Tips 2019

#1 : Go to Bed and Sleep

Prioritise your sleep. Sounds easy right?

In an never ending world of infinite distractions, stimulation, great content online, a phone tied to your waist, it has been difficult for patients to make sleep a continual routine. Like a child's sleep routine, you need to work out how many hours of sleep you personally require and set a consistent time to go to bed and a time to wake up. Not keeping a set routine for sleep will make you feel like you have constant jet lag.

You must prioritise your sleep.

Sleep is another often ignored lifestyle factor that has a tremendous impact on your health—physically, mentally, and emotionally. The other side of sleep is related to light. It's actually crucial to get enough light during daytime hours in order to sleep well. Light actually serves as the major synchronizer of something called your master clock. This master clock is a group of cells in your brain called the suprachiasmatic nu...

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