Friday, October 30, 2009

Do we need work out at 6 am in the gym

Do we need work out at 6 am in the gym ?

No. The body needs 8 hours sleep. No. The body needs 8 hrs sleep.  So training at 6 am is not good for body, even if you are going to bed at 10 pm. We need to rest and the body needs sleep. If you are a personal trainer and you are training your client at 6 am then you not doing yourself or your client any good. 

As fitness trainers working with clients, we need make sure that we are at peak fitness, which means that we need to be in bed by 10pm and start work at 7:30 pm. Our clients need to see that we 'walk our talk' and that we are in the best possible shape so that they can see we living a life of love and health.

If you are a late night person you need make sure you  stay in bed for 8 hours and get up at, say, 10 am and see your first client at, say, 11 am. If  you are good at your job the client will notice it.  When you have time always rest or sleep as much as you can. Even 15 minutes during the day can help you to recharge your batteries, and do your body good.

So I say to all personal trainers and their clients in London - get to bed on time and sleep 8 hours every night. Trainers - do not let your client tell you what to do. Let them know that you are the personal trainer and you know what is best for them. Training at 6 am is not good for you or your clients. 


So to keep your life and body stress free, here are my 5 top tips: 

1. Get to bed at 10 pm. 
2. Sleep for 8 hours every night.
3. Do not work out before 7:30am. 
4. Don't let your client tell you what do. 
5. Live  a life of love and fitness. 

Do we need work out in the gym at 6 am

www.activebryantsystems.com Do we need work out in gym at 6 am?

No. The body needs 8 hours sleep. No. The body needs 8 hrs sleep.  So training at 6 am is not good for body, even if you are going to bed at 10 pm. We need to rest and the body needs sleep. If you are a personal trainer and you are training your client at 6 am then you not doing yourself or your client any good. 

As fitness trainers working with clients, we need make sure that we are at peak fitness, which means that we need to be in bed by 10pm and start work at 7:30 pm. Our clients need to see that we 'walk our talk' and that we are in the best possible shape so that they can see we living a life of love and health.

If you are a late night person you need make sure you  stay in bed for 8 hours and get up at, say, 10 am and see your first client at, say, 11 am. If  you are good at your job the client will notice it.  When you have time always rest or sleep as much as you can. Even 15 minutes during the day can help you to recharge your batteries, and do your body good.

So I say to all personal trainers and their clients in London - get to bed on time and sleep 8 hours every night. Trainers - do not let your client tell you what to do. Let them know that you are the personal trainer and you know what is best for them. Training at 6 am is not good for you or your clients. 


So to keep your life and body stress free, here are my 5 top tips: 

1. Get to bed at 10 pm. 
2. Sleep for 8 hours every night.
3. Do not work out before 7:30am. 
4. Don't let your client tell you what do. 
5. Live  a life of love and fitness. 

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Stress Reduction - Internal Stress Reduction

Stress Reduction - Internal Stress Reduction
Chronic hidden stressors can cause the breakdown of the body's hormone, immune, digestive and detoxification metabolic systems. The key to discovering the cause of illness is an accurate assessment of the sources and impact of chronic stress. There is a difference between occasional stresses that we may be exposed to and those stresses that become chronic in nature and repeat over and over and over again, day in and day out.
There are two general categories of stressors, “seen” or clinical stressors and “unseen” or sub-clinical stressors. Seen stressors are typically associated with lifestyle factors and have to do with internalization of mental/emotional stress, blood sugar control, exercise, rest and recovery. These lifestyle factors can become sources of chronic stress. Usually they are easily identifiable by observing a person's habits.
Unseen or sub-clinical physiological stressors represent the rest of the sources for chronic stress. There is some overlap between clinical and sub-clinical physiological/biochemical stressors. The following list of potential sources of chronic stress will give you a good overview of the areas to consider relative to diagnosing the underlying cause or causes of health problems including chronic degenerative diseases such as autoimmune, cancer and cardiovascular disease, as well as depression, insomnia, allergies, fatigue, etc. Regardless of the clinical conditions and/or symptoms, this list will help you to understand where to look to investigate the stress or stressor that could be chronic in nature thus resulting in an ongoing chronic stress response that ultimately results in hormone, immune and metabolic breakdown.www.activebryantsystems.com

Monday, October 19, 2009

Do You Need Supplements

Do You Need Supplements? 


Your body has a genetic need for certain amounts and balances of nutrients in order to function efficiently. Fail to get what your body needs and degenerative disease is almost assured. Meet that need – the requirements of your Metabolic Type® – and you run an excellent chance of staying healthy, trim and energetic for a lifetime.
But, do you really need to take nutritional supplements? Why not just eat a good diet and obtain all you need from your food? This is an important question and deserves special attention. Here's the story:
If the food which is available in today's market indeed provided all the necessary nutrients, it might be possible to use only food to obtain and maintain good health. The sad state of affairs however, is that most of the food that is available today is not of the same quality that it was 1,000 years ago, 100 years ago, or even 50 years ago. like to know more goto www.activebryantsystems.com

Why are we running in parks?

Running and Strength TrainingWhy are we running in parks? We do not need to run, we need to weight train and do cv like walking, but no running. Women do not need it at all, they have less muscle mass than men and more fat than a man. As women get older their bones brake down and they start to loose muscle. So, if you are running, you're wearing them down more, which makes you gain more fat. Men have ten times more testosterone than women, that's why if you are a woman you would benefit from weight training or doing sprints and walking, but no gym classes like body pump. Which is bad as it's too fast and a lot of the time Personal Trainers do not have the time to look at your form, because there is up to 30 people in one class.Therefore...my 5 five top tips are:
1 Do not run
2 Do not do classes
3 DO weight train
3 DO go walking, which is better than running
4 Do not diet
5 Do Yoga and rest

Running and Strength Training

LIGHTING in your home for fitness

LIGHTING london - Use only full-spectrum light bulbs in your home and at work. This is particularly true in winter months. Many people arise while it is still dark outside, in bedrooms with closed windows to keep out the cold (and fresh air), go to work in air-polluted cities to windowless offices with recycled air in heating/air-conditioning systems, only to return home at night, in the dark, to their warm but air-tight homes. In this manner, many people have very little exposure to pure, fresh air and natural sunlight. This lack of fresh air and natural light can only diminish immune efficiency. Lack of sufficient sunlight can have other adverse effects as well. It has been estimated that up to a quarter of the population may suffer from a condition known as SADS, Seasonal Affective Disorder Syndrome. Typically, SADS sufferers become clinically depressed, many suicidal, with the approach of winter.Seasonal symptoms include weight gain, oversleeping, listlessness, social withdrawal, irritability, anxiety and loss of libido. Lack of sufficient natural light disturbs the body's inherent circadian rhythms which depend on the regular sequence of light (day) and darkness (night), resulting in abnormal production of the hormone melatonin and the neuro-transmitter, serotonin. SADS can be resolved with daily exposure to a natural, full-spectrum light source manufactured for that purpose.

THE AIR YOU BREATHE AND YOUR FITNESS

STRONGLY CONSIDER THE QUALITY OF THE AIR YOU BREATHE. To sustain your life, all your body' s innumerable activities of metabolism utilize 4 primary environmental factors: food, light (full-spectrum), pure water and air (oxygen). How important is the air you breathe? . . . Consider that you can live many days without food or water or light, but only a few minutes without oxygen! The pure, oxygen rich clean air breathed by our ancestors for millions of years on our beautiful planet has become a rarity in our modern civilization. The air we breathe now contains literally tens of thousands of man-made chemicals, toxins and pollutants. Exposure to these substances is worsened for many by the nature of their lifestyles -- they spend most of their daylight hours in fresh air starved office buildings and return home to their air tight, fuel efficient houses, loaded with indoor air pollutants from carpets, furniture, chemical cleansers, insecticides, construction materials out-gassing and cigarette smoke to name just a few. This "sick building syndrome" is exacerbated during winter months in the colder parts of the country by cutting down even more on outside air flow, compounded by additional air quality loss through the use of wood stoves, gas furnaces, etc. Yet, the oxygenation of all your body tissues is paramount to good health. Cancer, for example, thrives in an anaerobic (without oxygen) environment. So, in addition to daily exercise and getting plenty of fresh air and breathing properly, evaluate your indoor air quality. If you find it lacking, consider the use of air filter units, ionizers and ozonaters, and the strategic use of house plants. Research has found that 13 common house plants can neutralize most if not all indoor air pollutants. In fact, it's been discovered that since the plants actually thrived on the very chemicals that make humans ill, the more exposure they got, the more efficient they became. Just 15-20 of these wonderful plants will purify an 1800 square foot home. Choose from the following plants: AGLAONEMA treubii - Chinese Evergreen, CHLORPHYTUM comosum Vittatum - Spider or Airplane plants, Dracaena deremensis (Janet Craig), DRACAENA fragens - Cornplant, DRACAENA marginata, Epipremnum aureum (Devil’s Ivy), FICUS benjamina - Weeping Fig, HEDERA helix - Engligh Ivy, Howea forsteriana (Kentia Palm), NEPHROLEPIS ex. Bostoniensis - Boston Fern, ORCHIDACEAE - Orchid, PHILODENDRONS, especially oxycardium - Heart-leaf, PHOENIX roebelenii - Dwarf/Pigmy Date Palm, SYNGONIUM podophyllum - Arrowhead plant, SANSEVIERIA, SCINDAPSUS aureus - Devil's Ivy, including Silver Pothos, Pothos Gold and Pothos Marble Queen, and SPATHIPHYLLUM clevelandii - Peace-lilly, White Flag.WWW.ACTIVEBRYANTSYSTEMS.COM

why are we running in parks?

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Why are we running in parks? 

We do not need to run, we need to weight train and do cv like walking, but no running.   Women do not need it at all, they have less muscle mass than men and more fat than a man.  As women get older their bones brake down and they start to loose muscle.  So, if you are running, you're wearing them down more, which makes you gain more fat.  Men have ten times more testosterone than women,  that's why if you are a woman you would benefit from weight training or doing sprints and walking,  but no gym classes like body pump. Which is bad as it's too fast and a lot of the time Personal Trainers do not have the time to look at your form, because there is up to 30 people in one class. 

Therefore...my 5 five top tips are:
1 Do not run 
2 Do not do classes 
3 DO weight train 
3 DO go walking, which is better than running 
4 Do not diet 
5 Do Yoga and rest

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Why do so many gyms sell


Why do so many gyms sell cheap protein, weight-gain powders and food bars  that don't work? Why do we need them when we can get everything we need from normal food?  All I see is that fat boys and bodybuilders  buy them. We do not need them at all. We need good food. It is all about money and not fitness. You can spend as much as £40 on some of them, and it would be better to spend it on good food.


I have been working out for over 20 years and I know you do not need this sh--- in your body. I see so many trainers taking this sh---.  And they don't even follow a proper gym programme working out  4 times a week.  If you look at the labels of the the bars and weight-gain powders your can see it it all just sh.. To eat properly, you don't have to measure  your food. You just need to eat for your body type. I'm 40 years old now and I've got a 17in arm and a 6 pack without all that shi-- in my body.  If you eat crap you don't get bigger, you just get fatter.


Also you don't need to train for 2 hours at a time. 45 minutes 4 times a week is enough: if you train properly, less is more. You need to eat good food, rest properly, sleep 8 hours each night, eat no sugar, drink no beer or wine and you will get bigger without all that crap.  If you want to be in the best shape,  read Paul Chek's  book  'Eat, Move and be Healthy', and get a Chek practitioner to help you draw up a programme just for you. 


Bodybuilding books don't work;  they only work if you are on steroids. If you get a personal trainer make sure he or she is in shape and has a big legs or chest or arms or whatever you are looking for. If they say you need cheap weight-gain powders and food bars tell them they don't know what they are doing,  and a get a new trainer. Personal trainers in London are some of the best there are, but some are shi---  so have a good look round before you choose one. 


My 5 top tips:

1. Don't put cheap sh.. weight-gain powders and food bars in your body.

2. Get to bed at 10pm  and sleep for 8 hours.

3. Get a  good programme  from a trainer who knows what he / she is doing.  

4.  Drink lots of bottled water.

5. Stretch  before and after your work out. 

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Stress and cancer london



  1. stress set up the environment for cancer to grow through tow mechanisms 
  2. glucocorticoids at the concentrations generated by stress increase  the growth of the capillary network to tumor -angiogenesis 
  3. the immune system contains a specialized class of cells (most notably natural killer cells a second route is probably nonimmunologic once a tumor  starts growing it needs enormous amounts of energy and one of the first things that tumors do is send a signal to to the nearest blood vessel to grow a bush of capillaries into the tumor such angiogenesis allows for the delivery of blood and nutrients to the hungry tumor  glucocorticoids at the concentration generated during stress aid angiogenesis a final route may involve glucose delivery . tumor cells are very good at absorbing glucose from the blood stream www.activebryantsystems.com

Monday, October 12, 2009

osteoporosis london


 Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, PhDWhat is Osteoarthritis?An estimated 15 to 20 million Americans suffer from osteoporosis--thinning of the bones leading to back pain, increased fractures, and frailty, frequently with extensive suffering. One theory proposed to explain its prevalence in the US is a diet that is high in protein, from excessive consumption of meat.
The protein theory was first presented in 19681 and followed up in 1972 with a study comparing bone density of vegetarians and meat eaters.2 Twenty-five British lacto-ovo vegetarians were matched for age and sex with an equal number of omnivores. Bone density, determined by reading X-rays of the third finger metacarpal, was found to be significantly higher in the vegetarians. Two years later, a study on North Alaskan Eskimos reported that bone loss, determined by a technique called direct photon absorptiometry, was significantly greater in Eskimos than in whites, and began at an earlier age.3 Although growth patterns and bone densities in children were similar for both groups, by age 70, Eskimos were found to have bone densities 15% below comparable whites, with Eskimos females at 30% below comparable whites. The authors of the study attribute the decline in bone mass to the high protein diet of the Eskimos, especially its high meat content. Some studies with animals, as well as further studies with humans, given diets high in protein also indicate a greater loss of calcium and thinner bones than controls on low protein regimes.
But the pioneering research of Dr. Weston Price indicates that we should not accept the protein theory without further study. Dr. Price found many groups throughout the world subsisting on high meat diets. Although he did not directly study bone density in these peoples, he did study their teeth. He found that groups on high meat diets--including Alaskan Eskimos--had a high immunity to tooth decay, were sturdy and strong, and virtually free from degenerative disease. Groups subsisting mainly on plant foods were less robust and had more tooth decay. Pre-Columbian skeletons of American Indians whose diets consisted largely of meat show no osteoporosis, while those of Indians on largely vegetarian diets indicate a high incidence of osteoporosis and other types of bone degeneration. The implication of Dr. Price's research and other anthropoligical studies is that high meat diets protect against osteoporosis. How do we explain this discrepancy?
The research of Dr. Herta Spencer, of the Veterans Administration Hospital in Hines Illinois, supplies us with clues. She notes that the animal and human studies that correlated calcium loss with high protein diets used isolated, fractionated amino acids from milk or eggs.4 Her studies show that when protein is given as meat, subjects do not show any increase in calcium excreted, or any significant change in serum calcium, even over a long period.5 Other investigators found that a high protein intake increased calcium absorption when dietary calcium was adequate or high, but not when calcium intake was a low 500 mg per day.6
The textbooks tell us that the body needs vitamin D for calcium utilization, and vitamin A for both calcium and protein assimilation. Protein given as a powder lacks these fat-soluble co-factorsthat the body can use to build and maintain healthy bones.
Synthetic vitamin D, on the other hand, can cause hypercalcemia, a disturbance of calcium equilibrium leading to excessive blood calcium and calcification of soft tissues.7 Synthetic vitamin D added to commercial milk does not have the same beneficial effect as vitamin D from cod liver oil in preventing rickets and strengthening the bones.
Fats, especially animal fats, also supply usable vitamin K. This nutrient is associated with blood clotting--individuals who lack the ability to use vitamin K suffer from hemophilia and risk uncontrolled bleeding when injured. But Vitamin K also plays an important role in bone metabolism. Vitamin K is more available in dairy fats than in the oils found in green vegetables. Studies indicate that vitamin K is more completely absorbed from vegetables consumed with butter than with vegetables eaten plain.8 Vitamin K is also manufactured by intestinal flora. Use of antibiotics can inhibit vitamin K production, leading to bone loss. Consumption of lacto-fermented foods such as yoghurt and old fashioned sauerkraut promotes the growth of beneficial flora in the intestines, and hence contributes to healthy bones.
Fat soluble vitamin E also plays a role in promoting bone health, by protecting the calcium depositing mechanism from free radical disruption. In a recent study, investigators at Purdue University found that high levels of free radicals from omega-6 linoleic acid (found principally in corn, soy and safflower oils) interfered with bone formation, but that vitamin E gave needed protection in a diet high in polyunsaturates.9 In addition, they found that high levels of saturated fat also gave protection. That's right, the much-maligned saturated fats, found in tropical oils, butter and other animal fats, play an important role in bone modeling. This may be a major reason that population groups in tropical areas, where coconut and palm oils form a major component of the diet, have very little osteoporosis.
Bone loss in women coincides with diminution of estrogen and progesterone at the onset of menopause. But archeological evidence indicates that menopause does not necessarily initiate osteoporosis. Human skeletons of Huguenot women ages fifteen to eighty-nine recently exhumed in London showed little difference in bone density between premenopausal and post menopausal women.10 Once again, the role of animal fats in the diet can explain this contradiction. Vitamin A in animal fats is absolutely essential for the health of the entire glandular system, and hence the continued production of regulating hormones throughout life. Hormone replacement often recommended for the prevention of osteoporosis is not an ideal substitute for the natural hormones produced in properly nourished bodies. Estrogen is also synthesized in the adipose (fat) tissue.11 Perhaps this is why women naturally gain some weight at menopause. The extra body fat supplies them with additional estrogen and protects them from bone loss. Maintaining a svelte figure in middle age, either through weight loss or liposuction, does not necessarily confer health benefits. Very thin women are much more at risk for bone loss than those who allow themselves to enjoy good, wholesome food and become pleasingly plump.12 Many women smoke cigarettes to keep their weight down, a habit that lowers estrogen concentration in the blood stream and inhibits its effects.13
Only a rich, wholesome and varied diet can supply the many nutrients needed for the complex process that maintains the integrity of our bones. Dairy products, vegetables, nuts, meat and old fashioned bone broths supply calcium. Dr. Spencer's research indicates that post-menopausal women need about 1200 mg of calcium per day--400 more that the recommended daily allowance of 800 mg.14 One quart of whole milk, or six ounces of whole natural cheese supply the optimum 1200 mg of calcium. Individuals with a poor tolerance to milk products must take extra care to obtain sufficient dietary calcium. Fish, chicken or beef broth, prepared with a little vinegar to pull calcium from the bones, are excellent sources, and have supplied easily assimilated calcium to pre-industrialized peoples throughout the globe. Leafy green vegetables and grains, nuts and seeds are also good sources if properly prepared. Vegetables and grains should be consumed with animal fats like butter or eggs; and nuts, legumes and grains should be soaked, sprouted or sour leavened to neutralize phytic acid, a substance that can block calcium absorption.15
The "acid-ash" of meat is given as the reason high meat diets cause bone loss. But meats also supply phosphorus, which counteracts this acidity. Phosphorus is needed for the phosphate component of bone matter. Meats are also excellent sources of vitamin B12, which plays a recently discovered but little understood role in maintaining the integrity of the bones.16
Plant foods such as fruits, especially apples, nuts and grains supply boron, needed for the conversion of vitamin D to its active form, and for the formation of estrogen. Iodine found in natural sea salt, sea foods and butter helps maintain healthy ovaries and thyroid gland, both of which play a role in maintaining bone integrity. Magnesium, found in whole foods, also contributes to bone health as does natural fluoride, present in hard water as calcium fluoride. Chromium may also contribute to bone health by normalizing insulin activity. Type I diabetics are prone to osteoporosis. Chromium picolinate has been found to reduce the amount of calcium excreted in the urine and therefore may protect against bone loss.17 Refined carbohydrates such as sugar and white flour can cause chromium deficiency.
But sodium fluoride added to drinking water is one of a number of substances that is harmful to our bones. It causes an apparent increase in bone mass, but the bone structure is abnormal and weak.18 Recent studies indicate that hip fractures are more common in areas where water is fluoridated.19
The late distinguished dentist, Dr. Melvin Page, demonstrated that sugar consumption upsets the natural homeostasis of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. Normally, these minerals exist in a precise ratio of ten to four. Sugar consumption causes serum phosphorus to decrease and calcium to rise.20 The excess serum calcium, which comes from the bones and teeth, cannot be fully utilized because phosphorus levels are too low. It is excreted in the urine or stored in abnormal deposits such as kidney stones and gallstones. Caffeine also upsets the natural balance of calcium and phosphorus, and causes increased calcium to be excreted in the urine. Phosphoric acid in soft drinks is a major cause of calcium deficiency in children and osteoporosis in adults.21 Aluminum from antacids, cans and pollution also contributes to bone loss.22
Osteoporosis is often associated with excess consumption of alcohol.23 This is the likely explanation of bone loss in Eskimos, who are highly prone to alcoholism. The fact that the Eskimo is an obligate carnivore may also explain his susceptibility to both alcoholism and bone loss. Isolated groups like Eskimos and Irish sea coast peoples, whose traditional diet has been rich in marine oils, lack the desaturating enzymes needed to produce very long, highly unsaturated fatty acids needed for prostaglandin production.24 People with arctic or sea coast ancestry would be wise to supplement their diet with cod liver oil, a rich source of very long chain fatty acids needed for virtually every metabolic process.
Even small changes in the native diet of carnivorous populations render them vulnerable to degenerative disease like osteoporosis and alcoholism. A recent article on the Canadian Inuits indicates that commercial foods like jam, white bread and peanut butter have replaced some of the meat in their diet, even while they continue to maintain a traditional lifestyle.25
The 1972 study comparing British vegetarians and omnivores calls for additional comment. Bone density determinations through absorptiometry or X-ray are highly subject to error26, especially in unblinded studies where researchers may be biased towards obtaining pre-determined results. Subjects were matched merely for age, height and sex, but not for body composition and dietary habits such as smoking and sugar, coffee and alcohol consumption. A group of omnivores that smokes, drinks and indulges in a calcium-poor diet of refined carbohydrates will naturally have more of a tendency to bone loss than a group of health-conscious lacto-ovo vegetarians who consume plenty of dairy products. (British vegetarians do, in fact, tend to be very health conscious, avoiding not only meat but also alcohol, cigarettes, coffee and soft drinks. Unlike American vegetarians, they understand the importance of calcium-rich whole dairy products in the diet and eat plentifully of milk, cheese, butter and eggs.) When researchers compare the effects of high-meat diets to normal dietsin the same person, no adverse effects are found, even over extended periods of time.27
Individuals who find they do better on high meat diets need not, therefore, worry about osteoporosis, as long as their diet includes complementary animal fats, plenty of calcium and a variety of other properly prepared whole foods.www.activebryantsystems.com
About the Authors
Sally FallonSally Fallon is the author of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats(with Mary G. Enig, PhD), a well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods with a startling message: Animal fats and cholesterol are not villains but vital factors in the diet, necessary for normal growth, proper function of the brain and nervous system, protection from disease and optimum energy levels. She joined forces with Enig again to write Eat Fat, Lose Fat, and has authored numerous articles on the subject of diet and health. The President of the Weston A. Price Foundation and founder of A Campaign for Real Milk, Sally is also a journalist, chef, nutrition researcher, homemaker, and community activist. Her four healthy children were raised on whole foods including butter, cream, eggs and meat.

benefits of metabolic typing london


  • identifying genetically -based requirements  for nutrition 
  • Maximizing  performance 
  • Optimizing immunity 
  • Acquiring optimal lasting physical energy 
  • maintaining emotional stability 
  • Maximized clarity and acuity of mind 
  • controlling craving for sugar and other snack foods 
  • normalizing appetite and hunger patterns naturally achieving and maintaining ideal weight 
  • like to know more go to www.activebryantsystems.com http://www.activebryantsystems.com/

the science of sleep and fat loss london


  • the suns energy is the catalyst for life 
  • sleeping controls eating 
  • eating and stress control reproduction 
  • sleeping eating and making love control reproduction 
  • not enough sleep makes you fat and hungry hypertensive and cancerous with a bad hart 
  • as a nation we are became sicker and sicker
  • are  personal  trainer london sleep 8 hour 
  • working late as  personal trainer london is  bad because 
  • in bright light 
  • watching tv 
  • checking email 
  • all register as long days of the summer even if just for half hour !your brain will force you to seek energy for storage by eating sugar (carbs).sugar is the only path to insulin release insulin s job is to store excess carbohydrates as fat and cholesterol so if  your a personal trainer london  that work late and you like to lose fat. your not ! if you work after 6pm we need 8 hr sleep so up at 6am in bed at 10 for hot sex and lots of it if you like to  look good all year round www.activebryantsystems.com  scott bryant 

do we need to detox london

Our bodies naturally detoxify everyday as part of a normal body process. Detoxification is one of the body’s most basic automatic functions of eliminating and neutralizing toxins through the colon, liver, kidneys, lungs, lymph and skin. Unfortunately in this day and age, with the pollution found in the air, water and food we eat, our bodies have a hard time keeping up. Our chemicalized diet with too much animal protein, too much saturated and trans fats, too much caffeine and alcohol radically changes our internal ecosystem.

Body systems and organs that were once capable of cleaning out unwanted substances are now completely over-loaded to the point where toxic material remains inside our tissues. Our bodies try to protect us from dangerous substances by setting it aside, surrounding it with mucous and fat so that it will not cause an imbalance or trigger an immune response (some people carry up to 15 extra pounds of mucous that harbors this waste)

Detoxification through special cleansing diets and colonics is the best way to assist your body’s natural self-cleaning system. It is especially important for immune-compromised diseases like cancer, arthritis, diabetes and chronic fatigue. However, even if your diet is good, a spring cleanse can revitalize your system and rid your body of harmful bacteria, viruses and parasites. It is a simple three step process. see a cheke  to help you have lot water eat for your type www.activebryantsystems.com

do we need to detox london

Our bodies naturally detoxify everyday as part of a normal body process. Detoxification is one of the body’s most basic automatic functions of eliminating and neutralizing toxins through the colon, liver, kidneys, lungs, lymph and skin. Unfortunately in this day and age, with the pollution found in the air, water and food we eat, our bodies have a hard time keeping up. Our chemicalized diet with too much animal protein, too much saturated and trans fats, too much caffeine and alcohol radically changes our internal ecosystem.

Body systems and organs that were once capable of cleaning out unwanted substances are now completely over-loaded to the point where toxic material remains inside our tissues. Our bodies try to protect us from dangerous substances by setting it aside, surrounding it with mucous and fat so that it will not cause an imbalance or trigger an immune response (some people carry up to 15 extra pounds of mucous that harbors this waste)

Detoxification through special cleansing diets and colonics is the best way to assist your body’s natural self-cleaning system. It is especially important for immune-compromised diseases like cancer, arthritis, diabetes and chronic fatigue. However, even if your diet is good, a spring cleanse can revitalize your system and rid your body of harmful bacteria, viruses and parasites. It is a simple three step process. see a C.H.E.K Practitioner level 2  eat the right food for your body type lots of  water like to know more go to www.activebryantsystems.com or call scott  

$29 Billion Reasons to Lie about Cholesterol

$29 Billion Reasons to Lie about Cholesterol
Making profit by turning healthy people into patients
Big pharmaceutical companies are facing a productivity crisis. In recent years, the number of pharmacological breakthroughs has declined, but pressure from shareholders to increase business growth has continued. Therefore, drug companies have been forced to look for new ways to generate profit.
Faced with a lack of new drugs, one obvious way to make more profit is to get more people to take existing drugs. This can be achieved by what is often called “disease mongering”.
Disease mongering can involve the creation of a new disease or condition and the promotion of drugs to treat it. Other examples include the promotion of a risk factor for disease – this risk factor eventually becomes more feared than the disease itself, and millions of people are persuaded to take drugs that they do not need.
The best (or worst!) example of disease mongering is cholesterol. Millions of people around the world are taking cholesterol drugs and a cholesterol-lowering industry has evolved that generates around US$29 billion each year. This is despite the fact that most people do not need to lower their cholesterol and there is strong evidence to show that lowering cholesterol reduces life expectancy.
In the book $29 Billion Reasons to Lie about Cholesterol, the author, Justin Smith presents a coherent argument against the idea that cholesterol causes heart disease. This is done with the use of official statistics and references from the medical literature. The key findings in the book are:
What is being suggested as 'high' cholesterol is in many cases simply a normal or average cholesterol level
Most people who have a heart attack do not have high cholesterol - their cholesterol tends to be average or below the average for the general population
Higher cholesterol does not correlate with a higher incidence of heart disease when we look at most countries around the world
The rate of heart disease continues to increase despite large reductions in the number of people with 'high' cholesterol
The average cholesterol level for people in the UK is low when compared with the rest of Europe. Despite this, the UK has one of the highest rates of heart attacks
The latest research has completely changed our understanding of heart disease and has led many researchers to abandon the idea that the arteries simply get clogged-up with fats
Foods that have been designed specifically to lower cholesterol have adverse effects that have not been communicated to consumers
The focus on clesterol is the worst example of disease mongeringThe author describes how problems within medical research have allowed a general fear of cholesterol to develop and how the results from trials done on cholesterol drugs have been routinely exaggerated to imply greater benefits than were actually achieved.
Fear of cholesterol has also led us away from the most nutritious and heart protective foods we have available to us – good quality animal proteins - the foods that protected our ancestors from disease for thousands of years!
So what does cause heart disease?
The book provides clear unequivocal evidence to show that a low-fat (high carbohydrate) diet is one of the main causes of heart disease and diabetes. This is because this type of diet increases blood glucose (sugar) levels. In fact, the rate of heart disease, heart disease deaths and deaths from all causes increase as the level of blood glucose increases.
There is a mountain of evidence within the medical literature to show that blood glucose is more significant than blood cholesterol levels. But this information has not been passed on to the general public. Even worse, current dietary advice actively encourages people to consume large amounts of grain-based foods – these foods are perfect for increasing blood glucose levels and bringing about an untimely death!
$29 Billion Reasons to Lie about Cholesterol provides the basic facts about nutrition that everyone should be aware of. The millions of people facing the decision of whether or not to take cholesterol medication will also find the information essential.
This is the first book on the subject that is genuinely accessible to the general reader; the new findings and scientific references will also be of use to those with a professional interest.
About the author.Justin Smith is an experienced Nutrition and Exercise Coach.
Justin has helped a large number of people within the corporate sector. For four years, he was based at the BBC in West London as a personal trainer. He has also worked with professional and Olympic level athletes.
Specialities include: Integrated Exercise Prescription, Metabolic Typing, Hair Mineral Analysis, Neurotransmitter Balancing, and Detoxification Protocols.
Before his career in the health and fitness industry, Justin obtained a degree in engineering. This rigorous academic background has provided him with the ability to scientifically evaluate published research and the conclusions that are drawn from it.
Personal Interests Include: Trekking in the Hiwww.activebryantsystem.com malayas, Japanese Cinema and Current Affairs Justin was also a competitive cyclist for nine years.
Title: $29 Billion Reasons to Lie about Cholesterol: Making Profit by Turning Healthy People into Patients By Justin Smith
ISBN: 9781848760714
More information about the book, along with various articles and resources, can be found at: www.29billion.com
Justin Smith can be contacted via email:
info@29billion.com
or telephone +44(0)7817485038

what can yoga do for you


What can yoga do for the body and do for us london 

Yoga is a scientific system of physical and mental practices that originated in India more than three thousand years ago. Its purpose is to help each one of us achieve our highest potential and to experience enduring health and happiness. With Yoga, we can extend our healthy, productive years far beyond the accepted norm and, at the same time, improve the quality of our lives.
The branch of Yoga that forms the main with both adults and children is called Yoga. begins by working with the body on a structural level, helping to align the vertebrae, increase flexibility, and strengthen muscles and connective tissue. At the same time, internal organs are toned and rejuvenated; the epidermal, digestive, lymphatic, cardiovascular, and pulmonary systems are purified of toxins and waste matter; the nervous and endocrine systems are balanced and toned; and brain cells are nourished and stimulated. The end result is increased mental clarity, emotional stability, and a greater sense of overall well-being.
Because Yoga works on so many different levels, it has great potential as an effective therapy for chronic diseases and conditions that do not respond well to conventional treatment methods. For this reason, children with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities who practice Yoga often surprise their parents and teachers with their quick mastery of basic motor, communicative, and cognitive skills. The same Yoga routine can help children with learning disabilities develop greater concentration, balance, and composure in their daily lives. Everyone gains some level of benefit. The only requirements are proper instruction and regular practice.
A Five-Limbed Tree of Yoga
Asana literally means "posture" or "pose." According to an ancient and authoritative text, an asana is "a particular posture of the body, which is both steady and comfortable." I prefer to call these postures "psycho-physical," since they form the basis of Yoga's mind-body integration work. More than a hundred classical poses, with as many variations, can be subdivided into two categories: active and passive. Active poses tone specific muscle and nerve groups, benefit organs and endocrine glands, and activate brain cells. The passive poses are employed primarily in meditation, relaxation, and pranayama practices. The complete set of Yoga asanas covers the entire human anatomy, quite literally from the top of the head to the tips of the toes. Regular practice helps to correct postural and systemic irregularities, and to maintain the entire physiology in peak condition.
The greatest benefit from practicing asanas comes when we learn how to relax in a given pose. Contrary to what most of us have been taught, real relaxation results from a state of deep concentration, in which the mind is totally focused on a single object. During the practice of asanas, the object of concentration is the body. The student focuses his mind on the incoming and outgoing breaths, the steady flexion and extension of different muscle groups, or other bodily sensations. Ideally this inward focus should be maintained throughout the entire Yoga class.
Pranayama is the science of proper breathing. Breath is the main source of nourishment for all the cells of the body. We can live without food for weeks, without water for days, but without oxygen for only a few minutes. The average person uses only about one-seventh of his total lung capacity. By learning how to increase this capacity with deep abdominal breathing, plus specific pranayama practices, we can increase the flow of vital energy to various organs in our bodies, build our immunity to disease, and overcome many physical ailments.
The way we breathe also has a profound effect on the nervous system. Our brain cells use three times more oxygen than other body cells. By regulating the breath and increasing oxygenation to brain cells, we help to strengthen and revitalize both the voluntary and autonomic nervous systems. When practiced consistently, pranayama also has a powerful stabilizing effect on the mind and emotions.
At the beginning of each Yoga class, we employ several pranayama practices in order to prepare students for the asanas that follow. Pranayama and asanas work hand-in-hand to balance and integrate different physiological functions and to help dissolve emotional blocks and negative habit patterns that can obstruct the flow of vital energy within the body.
Purification (cleansing) practices include: a pranayama practice for eliminating excess phlegm and mucus from the respiratory system; an eye exercise; and a special technique for isolating and rolling the abdominal muscles. When properly performed, this last technique gives a powerful self-massage to the organs of the abdomen, resulting in improved digestion and relief from constipation.
Music and sound therapy use rhythm and melody, combined with hand movements and sound combinations, to develop concentration, breath coordination, communication and motor skills, as well as appreciation for the essentials of tone and harmony. In addition, studies have shown that the repetition of certain sound patterns can produce a calming and healing effect on the nervous system and psyche. The concept of sound therapy is as ancient and natural as the chirping of birds, the pitter-patter of a summer rainfall, or the internal rhythms of our own heartbeat and respiration. By combining sound therapy techniques with traditional Yoga practices, such as chanting and intonation, it is possible to create an ideal learning environment for all levels of Yoga practitioners.
Deep Relaxation is traditionally the conclusion and culmination of every Yoga session. During 10 - 20 minutes of complete silence and immobility, deep relaxation allows the body to absorb all the benefits of the previous asanas, pranayama, and cleansing practices.
When working with infants and toddlers, soft music is combined with massage of the feet and nape of the neck to help induce relaxation. For children and adults, deep relaxation begins as they lie down on their backs with palms up and legs spread one to two feet apart. Using soft background music and muted lighting, the instructor gently guides students through the relaxation process, encouraging the release of physical tension and mental stress by bringing the attention to various parts of the body. Visualization and meditation techniques are used in this part of the practice, as students direct their minds to points of tension and areas of blockage in their bodies. This is followed by a short period of unstructured relaxation, including meditation on the in- and out-flow of the breath, and the practice of pure awareness, undisturbed by distractions from the physical body.
In life, it is necessary to learn how to relax after a period of activity. People spend approximately one third of their time in sleep, trying to recoup the energy and vitality they expended during the day. Unfortunately, many never achieve this objective because they haven't learned the essentials of relaxation. Relaxation practices in Yoga are different than sleeping, but their benefits are similar, and the principles of deep relaxation can be applied with equal effectiveness to our sleeping hours as well as our waking ones. When properly done, deep relaxation can become a powerful meditation practice that helps to anchor and stabilize the mind's awareness in a pool of deep tranquility and peace.www.activebryantsystems.com

Friday, October 09, 2009

metabolic Typing london

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Introduction to:
T h e H e a l t h e x c e l P r o g r a m m e s


Dear Reader,
Thank you for your interest in The Healthexcel Metabolic Typing Programmes . Healthexcel is an organization that opened its doors for the first time on January 1, 1987. We are dedicated to the unfoldment of human potential through the creation of excellence in health and individual ecological lifestyles through metabolic typing.

On this site, you should find all the information you need to learn about our exciting ecological lifestyle programs and health-building concepts. They are based upon a unique and highly individualized theory of body ecology we call Metabolic Typing, that has evolved from over 25 years of inquiry into the relationship of health to nutritional individuality. We hope the article entitled, "Living In The 21st Century...With Good Health," will help you understand some of our philosophy and answer most of your questions. All our documents are available to you in our Metabolic Typing Information Library .

As the information will explain, we believe that for nutrition to be effective and for you to be healthy, you must seek out and find what is right for your own body. This can often turn out to be altogether different from what is right for someone else's body. The fancy name for this phenomena is metabolic individuality . And the process we use to determine your metabolic individuality is called Metabolic Typing.

Our method, The Healthexcel System of Metabolic Typing, is a highly complex procedure that requires the use of a computer to analyze an enormous amount of information concerning each of your unique metabolic characteristics in order to better understand your special, individual, nutritional and ecological lifestyle requirements.

Healthexcel offers four entry points into the world of Metabolic Typing:
(Click on "Products & Services in the Menu Bar at the left for details.)
"BASIC" Program


"INTERMEDIATE" Program


"ADVANCED" Program


"COMPREHENSIVE" Program

The Healthexcel Programmes involve two aspects: an evaluation of your individual metabolic type requirements and a written report containing a wealth of pertinent health information, as well as your individualized ecological lifestyle recommendations.

Once your metabolic type is determined from the metabolic typing computer analysis, recommendations are made to help support your body's ecological lifestyle requirements. This information is provided for you in your report.

Although The Healthexcel Metabolic Typing Programs are self-help programs, they are not do-it-yourself programs. Proper utilization requires the guidance of an Advisor.

From Healthexcel's point of view, building health is a far cry from taking an aspirin for a headache. It involves consideration of a new metabolic ecological lifestyle and takes time and dedication to reach the worthwhile goal of optimum health. Along the way, many changes are experienced and it is absolutely vital that you understand these changes why they occur, what they mean, and what (if anything) should be done about them.
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In addition, it is necessary that periodic metabolic typing reevaluations of your progress be made to determine if any changes have occurred that might require an alteration in your ecological lifestyle program. These periodic reevaluations are intended to assure that metabolic balance is maintained and that new imbalances are not created. In this way, it is believed that you can make maximum progress toward your goal.

Thank you again for your time and your interest in this most exciting and rewarding field we call Metabolic Typing. Our best wishes go with you in your quest for well-being! We hope to be able to help you find the road that is right for you.

Sincerely yours for good health,

Bill & Suzi Wolcott

Co-Founders, Healthexcel, Inc.


W.L. and Suzi Wolcott, © Healthexcel, Inc., 1987, 1997, 2003

Healthexcel Metabolic Typing london


T h e H e a l t h e x c e l P r o g r a m m e s


Dear Reader,
Thank you for your interest in The Healthexcel Metabolic Typing Programmes . Healthexcel is an organization that opened its doors for the first time on January 1, 1987. We are dedicated to the unfoldment of human potential through the creation of excellence in health and individual ecological lifestyles through metabolic typing.

On this site, you should find all the information you need to learn about our exciting ecological lifestyle programs and health-building concepts. They are based upon a unique and highly individualized theory of body ecology we call Metabolic Typing, that has evolved from over 25 years of inquiry into the relationship of health to nutritional individuality. We hope the article entitled, "Living In The 21st Century...With Good Health," will help you understand some of our philosophy and answer most of your questions. All our documents are available to you in our Metabolic Typing Information Library .

As the information will explain, we believe that for nutrition to be effective and for you to be healthy, you must seek out and find what is right for your own body. This can often turn out to be altogether different from what is right for someone else's body. The fancy name for this phenomena is metabolic individuality . And the process we use to determine your metabolic individuality is called Metabolic Typing.

Our method, The Healthexcel System of Metabolic Typing, is a highly complex procedure that requires the use of a computer to analyze an enormous amount of information concerning each of your unique metabolic characteristics in order to better understand your special, individual, nutritional and ecological lifestyle requirements.

Healthexcel offers four entry points into the world of Metabolic Typing:
(Click on "Products & Services in the Menu Bar at the left for details.)
"BASIC" Program


"INTERMEDIATE" Program


"ADVANCED" Program goto www.activebryantsystems.com

"COMPREHENSIVE" Program

The Healthexcel Programmes involve two aspects: an evaluation of your individual metabolic type requirements and a written report containing a wealth of pertinent health information, as well as your individualized ecological lifestyle recommendations.

Once your metabolic type is determined from the metabolic typing computer analysis, recommendations are made to help support your body's ecological lifestyle requirements. This information is provided for you in your report.

Although The Healthexcel Metabolic Typing Programs are self-help programs, they are not do-it-yourself programs. Proper utilization requires the guidance of an Advisor.

From Healthexcel's point of view, building health is a far cry from taking an aspirin for a headache. It involves consideration of a new metabolic ecological lifestyle and takes time and dedication to reach the worthwhile goal of optimum health. Along the way, many changes are experienced and it is absolutely vital that you understand these changes why they occur, what they mean, and what (if anything) should be done about them.

In addition, it is necessary that periodic metabolic typing reevaluations of your progress be made to determine if any changes have occurred that might require an alteration in your ecological lifestyle program. These periodic reevaluations are intended to assure that metabolic balance is maintained and that new imbalances are not created. In this way, it is believed that you can make maximum progress toward your goal.

Thank you again for your time and your interest in this most exciting and rewarding field we call Metabolic Typing. Our best wishes go with you in your quest for well-being! We hope to be able to help you find the road that is right for you.
if your a personal trainer london scott bryant say this is the best course you can do for you and your client scott lost 20lb on the mt food plan he had client go down to  2 dress in to week that how good Metabolic Typing is go to scott web site if you like to know more www.activebryantsystems.com
Sincerely yours for good health,
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Bill & Suzi Wolcott

Co-Founders, Healthexcel, Inc.

Thursday, October 08, 2009

personal trainer london

personal trainer london
There are 30,000 personal trainers in london. How many of them are any good ? Is it OK for them to help you with your fitness when all they have done is an 8 week course (that they pay £3000 for)? How can they say that they can get you out of pain and get you into shape and looking your best with only 8 weeks of training? I don't think they can. It takes a doctor more than 5 years of studying to be able to properly assess your fitness and health. You need to do more than cardiovascular and weight training to get your body into shape. And yet this is all a lot of trainers are making you pay for. Fitness professionals need to change and look deeper at their clients. Working with a good personal trainer it not only about fitness and weight, it is also about mind, body, and spirit. How many trainers are doing a postural assessment as well as a corrective stretching and exercise programme for their clients? Personal trainers in London are some of the best in the UK, but some are not so good. So there are 5 things you should look for when choosing a personal trainer:
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1. Is your trainer in fantastic shape?
2. Is your trainer qualified to get the results you want?
3. Does your trainer understand how the body works (anatomy)?
4. Does your trainer know about nutrition and different body types?
5. Does your trainer understand how the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of your body interact?
If the answer to all these questions is yes, then your trainer is a CHEK trained professional.........
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london personal trainer

Many personal trainers work through local fitness centers aka personal training studios and health clubs, assisting clients within the facility. Others may be available for sessions in a clients home, or serve as instructors for fitness classes. Trainers are generally needed to demonstrate various exercises and help clients improve their exercise techniques. Due to the more interpersonal contact between a trainer and a client versus a general gym setting, a trainer is more readily able to provide motivation and support to an individual in an exercise program, in addition to proper technical instruction. A trainer can keep records of their clients’ exercise sessions to help monitor progress, and may also advise their clients on how to modify their lifestyle outside of the gym to improve their fitness.personal-trainer-clapham.htmlIn the United States, stats show that by 2006 fitness workers in general were employed in about 235,000 jobs, with a portion of those being trainers. Almost all personal trainers and group exercise instructors worked in physical fitness facilities, health clubs, and fitness centers, mainly in the amusement and recreation industry or in civic and social organizations.[1] One of the fastest-growing fields of fitness training is corporate fitness. Many large companies are beginning to offer corporate fitness packages for employees wishing to create or maintain a healthy exercise program. Personal trainers are now often going into offices to train office staff at their desks in their lunch breaks using tables one of the best job to have working a 20 hr week if your any good good life and happy life doing a job you love can not be bad www.activebryantsystems.compersonal-trainer-clapham.html

Myths & Truths About Soy

Myths & Truths About Soy

NOTE: These Myths & Truths as well as our summary of soy dangers are provided on our Soy Alert! trifold brochure (PDF). You may print this at home or at a copy store for mass distribution. If you wish, you can order quantities of professionally printed two-color trifold brochures for 25 cents each by using the Order Form.

Myth: Use of soy as a food dates back many thousands of years.

Truth: Soy was first used as a food during the late Chou dynasty (1134-246 BC), only after the Chinese learned to ferment soy beans to make foods like tempeh, natto and tamari.

Myth: Asians consume large amounts of soy foods.

Truth: Average consumption of soy foods in Japan and China is 10 grams (about 2 teaspoons) per day. Asians consume soy foods in small amounts as a condiment, and not as a replacement for animal foods.

Myth: Modern soy foods confer the same health benefits as traditionally fermented soy foods.

Truth: Most modern soy foods are not fermented to neutralize toxins in soybeans, and are processed in a way that denatures proteins and increases levels of carcinogens.

Myth: Soy foods provide complete protein.

Truth: Like all legumes, soy beans are deficient in sulfur-containing amino acids methionine and cystine. In addition, modern processing denatures fragile lysine.

Myth: Fermented soy foods can provide vitamin B12 in vegetarian diets.

Truth: The compound that resembles vitamin B12 in soy cannot be used by the human body; in fact, soy foods cause the body to require more B12

Myth: Soy formula is safe for infants.

Truth: Soy foods contain trypsin inhibitors that inhibit protein digestion and affect pancreatic function. In test animals, diets high in trypsin inhibitors led to stunted growth and pancreatic disorders. Soy foods increase the body's requirement for vitamin D, needed for strong bones and normal growth. Phytic acid in soy foods results in reduced bioavailabilty of iron and zinc which are required for the health and development of the brain and nervous system. Soy also lacks cholesterol, likewise essential for the development of the brain and nervous system. Megadoses of phytoestrogens in soy formula have been implicated in the current trend toward increasingly premature sexual development in girls and delayed or retarded sexual development in boys.

Myth: Soy foods can prevent osteoporosis.

Truth: Soy foods can cause deficiencies in calcium and vitamin D, both needed for healthy bones. Calcium from bone broths and vitamin D from seafood, lard and organ meats prevent osteoporosis in Asian countries-not soy foods.

Myth: Modern soy foods protect against many types of cancer.

Truth: A British government report concluded that there is little evidence that soy foods protect against breast cancer or any other forms of cancer. In fact, soy foods may result in an increased risk of cancer.

Myth: Soy foods protect against heart disease.

Truth: In some people, consumption of soy foods will lower cholesterol, but there is no evidence that lowering cholesterol improves one's risk of having heart disease.

Myth: Soy estrogens (isoflavones) are good for you.

Truth: Soy isoflavones are phyto-endocrine disrupters. At dietary levels, they can prevent ovulation and stimulate the growth of cancer cells. Eating as little as 30 grams (about 4 tablespoons) of soy per day can result in hypothyroidism with symptoms of lethargy, constipation, weight gain and fatigue.

Myth: Soy foods are safe and beneficial for women to use in their postmenopausal years.

Truth: Soy foods can stimulate the growth of estrogen-dependent tumors and cause thyroid problems. Low thyroid function is associated with difficulties in menopause.

Myth: Phytoestrogens in soy foods can enhance mental ability.

Truth: A recent study found that women with the highest levels of estrogen in their blood had the lowest levels of cognitive function; In Japanese Americans tofu consumption in mid-life is associated with the occurrence of Alzheimer's disease in later life.

Myth: Soy isoflavones and soy protein isolate have GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) status.

Truth: Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) recently withdrew its application to the FDA for GRAS status for soy isoflavones following an outpouring of protest from the scientific community. The FDA never approved GRAS status for soy protein isolate because of concern regarding the presence of toxins and carcinogens in processed soy.
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Myth: Soy foods are good for your sex life.

Truth: Numerous animal studies show that soy foods cause infertility in animals. Soy consumption enhances hair growth in middle-aged men, indicating lowered testosterone levels. Japanese housewives feed tofu to their husbands frequently when they want to reduce his virility.

Myth: Soy beans are good for the environment.

Truth: Most soy beans grown in the US are genetically engineered to allow farmers to use large amounts of herbicides.

Myth: Soy beans are good for developing nations.

Truth: In third world countries, soybeans replace traditional crops and transfer the value-added of processing from the local population to multinational corporations.

Metabolic Typing london

Metabolic Typing is the scientific methodology for customized nutrition and is based on the fact that there is no universally healthy diet that is right for all people. Anyone can use Metabolic Typing to find out exactly which foods are good for their health, and those that are not. Metabolic Typing also identifies nutritional supplements that will make you as healthy as you can be and will keep you from wasting your money on those that would make you tired and sick.metabolic-typing.html
Through computer analysis, Metabolic Typing interprets and understands body language, which is the body's means of communicating its physical, mental, emotional and behavioral characteristics, as well as its efficiency and homeostatic balance, through which individual, genetically-based nutritional requirements may be understood and applied.

Metabolic Typing is based on the understanding that although there are tens of thousands of biochemical reactions that take place in your body every day, they all fall under the control of only a few Fundamental Homeostatic Controls. The Healthexcel System of Metabolic Typing recognizes 9 such control mechanisms and uses them to evaluate and determine each person's Metabolic Type. It is the inherited various strengths and weaknesses in these control mechanisms that define our biochemical individuality and makes each of us unique. Importantly, every food and every nutrient has very specific effects on these Fundamental Controls. For this reason, not knowing one's Metabolic Type makes it impossible to know which foods or nutrients are best for each person.

Metabolic Typing explains why it is that a given diet/nutritional therapy works for one patient, has little or no effect on another, and can actually worsen a third. Metabolic Typing explains why two people with the same disease require biochemically opposite approaches to get well. Metabolic Typing explains why it is that for every book that says one thing about nutrition, you can find another book that says the opposite. Metabolic Typing reveals why there will never be one diet that is right for everyone and why a given diet will cause one to lose weight, while another to gain weight. Metabolic Typing explains how someone can eat organic foods, take the best supplements money can buy, exercise regularly, sleep well, and still not feel well.

These answers and many, many more may be found in The Healthexcel System of Metabolic Typing, based on 25 years of research in the exciting field of customized nutrition through Metabolic Typing and the determination of individual metabolic requirements

How does the process work?metabolic-typing.html
The process is started by completing a very detailed questionnaire, on completion of this test we are able to determine each individual's Metabolic Type that is the fundamental way in which your body produces and processes energy. Once this is verified, we can select the foods and nutritional supplements that are tailored to their specific metabolism.

• Increased Energy
• Normal Bodyweight
• Improved Digestion & Detoxification
• Better Mood & Reduces Depression/Anxiety
• A Stronger Immune System
• Enhanced Athletic Performance

No Calorie Counting!
No Food Scales!
Just Real, Whole Organic Foods!

What will I receive?
* Diet check record tracking sheet
* How to combine different food groups and how to adjust the %’s
* Information on Food Quality and shopping guidelines
* Information on external blocking factors and program enhancers
* Establish dominant Endocrine gland
* Supplement requirements
* Support for a specified time
* Diet check record tracking sheet
* A list of colour coded foods detailing what you should eat and avoid



Example of Customized Food List

• Increased Energy
• Normal Bodyweight
• Improved Digestion & Detoxification
• Better Mood & Reduces Depression/Anxiety
• A Stronger Immune System
• Enhanced Athletic Performance

How long does the process take?

It is important to remember at this point that the Metabolic Typing is a process of correction, the length of which may vary in different individuals based on the severity of existing imbalances.
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Additional Stages

* Identifying toxic elements
* Identiying significant nutritional ratios
* Adrenal stress index
* Identifying sub clinical thyroid function
* Detoxification process
* No Calorie Counting!
* No Food Scalesmetabolic-typing.html

what is the CHEK Program or C.H.E.K practitioner


What is the CHEK Program?
CHEK PractitionerA comprehensive health and fitness program based on individuality, education, common sense, nutrition, and movement developed by Paul Chek.

C. Corrective
H. Holistic
E. Exercise
K. Kinesiology

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You are completely unique and so are your health needs. Utilizing the C.H.E.K. philosophy, Scott finds what works for you. Learn the benefits of a more holistic organic diet that is suited specifically to your metabolism. Learn corrective exercises designed to improve overall health, daily movement, and posture.
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The C.H.E.K. Graduate Difference
CHEK Practitioner• In-depth understanding of advanced level functional anatomy and kinesiology
• Mastery of strength training theory and practical objective assessment
• Ability to design both rehabilitive and sports performance programs
• Ability to critically analyze current research
• Ability to perform functional orthopedic assessments
• Effective communication skills with clients and other health care professional
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london personal trainer do not look at all this that is why C.H.E.K practitioner are the best in fitness training to day for golf back pain and sports performance the CHEK way is the only way to train if you looking for the best trainer in london get a cheke today

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