Sunday, December 09, 2012

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hi do you have a diet or lifestyle or workout issue  that you need help with every friday at 10am i will take call if you need any help with you diet or fat loss need and pain just call we can have chat i will only do this one day a week i hope to chat too soon

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Saturday, December 01, 2012

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Fat Weight Loss LONDON tip 3 .




Scott Bryant http://www.activebryantsystems.com/   Fast Fat Loss Full Body weight loss tip 3 YOYO dieting  dose not work at all what is a YOYO is were you keep on a diet for 3 weeks a and then you come off and then go back on one this bad for the body and should not do this because can make store more fat and not get lean fat loss LONDON

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

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Saturday, August 11, 2012

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stress

5 types of stress 

1.PSYCHIC (spiritual ,mental ,emotional)
2.NUTRITIONAL( 9insufficient ,quantity or quality)
3.CHEMICAL toxic substances non- nutritional degenerative thermal)
4.PHYSICAL (postural structural traumatic degenerative thermal )
5.electro-mafnetic (x-ray e geomagnetic cosmic etc )
e geomagnetic cosmic etc )

which one of these stress to have in life and my need help with because it make us fat and in pain in the body so take a deep look at stress in you life or go to scott bryant 

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Mark Wahlberg 
don't have to be him to have a a home gym 
Mark Wahlberg
Ever dream of having your own home gym? Mark Wahlberg did, abd now he's living that dream with a fully stocked personal training area where he transforms himself to star in the roles you see him in on the big screen. Men's Fitness, asked him for his technique for building bigger biceps, and he was happy to oblige. 
His workout varies, but this simple plan should have your sleeves getting tighter by the day. No personal gym required

Tuesday, August 07, 2012

LONDON: The Botswana National Olympic Committee (BNOC) yesterday convened an urgent meeting in London over the absence of Amantle Montsho's personal trainer at the competition.

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Montsho told a local radio station yesterday that she was without a personal trainer, reportedly left behind due to visa complications. BNOC chief executive officer (CEO), Tuelo Serufho told Mmegi Sport that they were meeting and would issue a media statement on the matter later.
Montsho, together with two others, Isaac Makwala and Nijel Amos are under the tutelage of Mogomotsi Otsetswe, one of the most qualified coaches in the country. He possesses a Diploma in Track and Field Coaching. He has also done IAAF Level one and /two coaching courses. However, Montsho's personal trainer was absent in London, giving rise to speculation that she could have done better than a fourth place finish if the coach had been present.Montsho could only finish fourth, one place outside a podium finish.
The athlete reportedly told the radio station that the BNOC was supposed to fast track the VISA process as the absence of her Senegalese coach affected her preparations. She painted a picture of haphazard preparations with the BNOC now expected to respond to her comments.Meanwhile, Botswana's last hope at this year's London 2012 Olympic Games, Amos has qualified for the next round of the men's 800 metres. Amos is the country's only remaining athlete in the competition. Three other athletes - Montsho, Oteng Oteng and Makwala - are already out of the running. Boxer Oteng was the first to crash out following a controversial decision by the judges in his Olympic debut. He lost 14-12 to Puerto Rican boxer, Jeyvier Cintron. Makwala also missed out on qualifying for the semi finals of the men's 400 metres, finishing fourth in what appeared like one of the toughest heats in the category

Saturday, August 04, 2012


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Friday, August 03, 2012


Adrenal Fatigue london 

Your two adrenal glands are small, triangular-shaped endocrine glands located on the top of each kidney. Each adrenal gland is approximately 3 inches wide, and a half inch high.
Each gland is divided into an outer cortex and an inner medulla. The cortex and medulla of the adrenal gland secrete different hormones. The adrenal cortex is essential to life, but the medulla may be removed with no life-threatening effects.
Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex
The adrenal cortex consists of three different regions, with each region producing a different group or type of hormones. Chemically, all the cortical hormones are considered steroids.
Mineralocorticoids are secreted by the outermost region of the adrenal cortex. The principal mineralocorticoid is aldosterone, which acts to conserve sodium ions and water in the body.
Glucocorticoids are secreted by the middle region of the adrenal cortex. The principal glucocorticoid is cortisol, which increases blood glucose levels.
The third group of steroids secreted by the adrenal cortex is the gonadocorticoids, or sex hormones. These are secreted by the innermost region. Male hormones, androgens, and female hormones, estrogens, are secreted in minimal amounts in both sexes by the adrenal cortex, but their effect is usually masked by the hormones from the testes and ovaries. In females, the masculinization effect of androgen secretion may become evident after menopause, when estrogen levels from the ovaries decrease.
Hormones of the Adrenal Medulla
The adrenal medulla develops from neural tissue and secretes two hormones, epinephrine and norepinephrine. These two hormones are secreted in response to stimulation by sympathetic nerve, particularly during stressful situations. A lack of hormones from the adrenal medulla produces no significant effects. Hypersecretion, usually from a tumor, causes prolonged or continual sympathetic responses.
When the adrenal glands are not functionining optimally, you can have a condition that is known as adrenal fatigue, or adrenal exhaustion. Adrenal fatigue often develops after periods of intense or lengthy physical or emotional stress, when overstimulation if the glands leave them unable to meet your body's needs.
Some other names for the syndrome include non-Addison's hypoadrenia, sub-clinical hypoadrenia, hypoadrenalism, and neurasthenia.
Symptoms include:
• excessive fatigue and exhaustion
• non-refreshing sleep (you get sufficient hours of sleep, but wake fatigued)
• overwhelmed by or unable to cope with stressors
• feeling rundown or overwhelmed
• craving salty and sweet foods
• you feel most energetic in the evening
• a feeling of not being restored after a full night's sleep or having sleep disturbances
• low stamina, slow to recover from exercise
• slow to recover from injury, illness or stress
• difficulty concentrating, brain fog
• poor digestion
• low immune function
• food or environmental allergies
• premenstrual syndrome or difficulties that develop during menopause
• consistent low blood pressure
• extreme sensitivity to cold
When working with a C.H.E.K. Holistic Lifestyle Coach london you will get a deep assessment of your Adrenal Glands and a customized program to lower the Adrenal Exhaustion over time. Using zone training, food selection and lifestyle you will get your life back over time.

  The 10 symptoms include, but are not limited to: 
1. Excessive fatigue and exhaustion, chronic fatigue
2. Non-refreshing sleep
3. Sleep disturbance, insomnia
4. Feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope
5. Craving salty and/or sweet foods
6. Sensitivity to light
7. Low stamina and slow to recover from exercise
8. Slow to recover from injury or illness
9. Difficulty concentrating, brain fog
10. Poor digestion
C.H.E.K Practitioner level 4london - Scott Bryant

Breathing Mechanics
Breathing Sequencing, Balancing, Patterns and .
Hyperventilation is in some ways a maladaptive response to stress. It is also caused by poorly coordinated unbalanced breathing. It is also a partial misnomer as it is often occurs when breathing is improving. Where does YOUR situation fit in here?

Faster (than you are accustomed to) breathing is mostly looked upon by the western medical community as "hyperventilation".  Hyperventilation carries a bias of being the wrong way to breathe; there is an illness connotation to it.   That is largely because  medical science does not clearly differentiate between healthy fast and unhealthy fast breathing. 
There are different types or qualities of fast or forced deeper breathing. I call the good kind hyper-inhalation, or balanced deeper-easier-smoother-grounded-faster breathing. This is the relaxing and energizing breathing such as from our disord
Bad breathing is over-stimulation (high chest dominant).  When the faster breathing  is predominately chest it can still be somewhat appropriate but only in the sense that it resolves an immediate emergency  and then reverts back to healthy slower deeper easier balanced breathing as soon as the emergency is over. Within seconds to a few minutes hopefully.  Wild animals seem to do that (adapt and recover) much better then most humans but humans can be trained to adapt by developing their breathing in optimal fashion.
One form of breathing pattern disorder is when one takes quick deep or shallow dominant high-chest in-breaths. These over- stimulate the nervous system and engage the reptilian (survival) portion of the human brain.  Most gas exchange perspectives say hyperventilation sharply reduces the level of carbon dioxide in the blood.  I see this as important in many ways and misleading in others. 
I borrowed the following (italics) more scientific explanation of hyperventilation from a colleague. I will announce him and his company sometime in the not too distant future. He is doing some very, very special work.
"Overbreathing* means bringing about carbon dioxide (CO2) deficit in the blood (i.e., hypocapnia) through excessive ventilation (increased “minute volume”) during rapid, deep, and dysrhythmic breathing, a condition that may result in debilitating short-term and long-term physical and psychological complaints and symptoms.  The slight shifts in CO2 chemistry associated with overbreathing may cause physiological changes such as hypoxia (oxygen deficit), cerebral vasoconstriction (brain), coronary constriction (heart), blood and extracellular alkalosis (increased pH), cerebral glucose deficit, ischemia (localized anemia), buffer depletion (bicarbonates), bronchial constriction, gut constriction, calcium imbalance, magnesium deficiency, and muscle fatigue, spasm (tetany), and pain"
*Note: “Overbreathing” is a behavior leading to the physiological condition known as hypocapnea, i.e., carbon dioxide deficit.  “Hyperventilation,” although nomenclature synonymous with hypocapnea in physiological terms, is often used as a clinical term to describe a controversial psychophysiologic “syndrome” implicated in panic disorder and other clinical complaints."
In other words, no matter how much oxygen we may breathe into our lungs, if the O2 is taken in in a certain way then our sympathetic nervous system will dominate, constrict the blood vessels in the brain and our body will experience a shortage of oxygen.  It's like the old saying "the hurrier I go the behinder I get".  STRESS is a key word here.
A severe asthma attack is one example of this. Panic attacks and aspects of many seizures are as well. The lack of oxygen and or increased carbon dioxide switches on the sympathetic nervous system which makes us tense, anxious and potentially irritable.  So in some sense we need to become more tolerable to increased levels of CO2. 
I partially disagree with the gas exchange over-breathing-carbon-dioxide-is-the-major-marker perspective.  My research and experience leads me to believe that the primary issue  is more about the way the nervous system is stimulated, ie., whether parasympathic/abdominal, breathing, or sympathetic, high chest breathing is engaged.  And the speed of that.

I have observed people breathing intensely for hours without any signs of distress,  but rather with signs of bliss and joy.  The key to "over-breathing" is more about chest or belly breath dominated balance.  The way they take the breathing stimulates the ANS in a good way or a bad way or something in between.  CO2 levels are influenced this way, but they are not always the dominant theme like the CO2 gas exchange proponents seem to believe. When it comes to breathing mechanics CO2 is the effect, not the cause. 

Our evolution and survival often necessitated having fast responses. The shortest distance between two points is the straight line connecting them. High chest dominated "sympathetic" breathing causes constriction and what I call "hyper vigilance"; a stronger and physically closer  connection to the reptilian survival brain.  Abdominal breathing invites expansion and increased energy toleration and is tied into the creative process (think alpha waves).  It has much more of the vagus (parasympathetic-rest-digest-heal ) nerve action engaged with it and allows for the neo-cortex as well as parasympathetic relaxation response to "buffer" the survival instinct. 
High chest breathing generally hyper-stimulates, causes increased breathing rate, lowers blood CO2 amount and exacerbates nervous system distress.  It causes blood vessel constriction and according to basic science as interpreted by Dr. Peter Litchfield makes O2 less transferable to the cellular system and your brain.  Once the high-chest dominant breath ceases, adaptations need to occur to raise CO2 levels that dilate vessels to allow for replenishment of CO2 balance. According to today's accepted science optimal oxygen uptake is not possible without proper CO2 presence.  Hmmmm.
As an aside, we need to remember that sometimes it is good to be ungrounded and unbalanced as with being able to laugh or cry wholeheartedly, change one's rigidity, one's attitude and or achieve quantum shifts in awareness and ability by altering one's emotional anatomy.  When done in a healthy way, it will help to  change sympathetic/parasympathetic balance toward more harmonious levels. Parasympathetic response also relates to one's balanced grounded power base. Sympathetic enervation can be fun or excitement which is often good ( zealotry and hyperbole are examples of excitement or fun without seemingly realistic parasympathetic, neocortical/rational accessed reality checks and physical groundedness).  
Generally, parasympathetic enervation accompanies relaxation and lessened activity such as rest digest and heal.  Sympathetic relates to action, anxiety, fight/flight/freeze/fake it, fumble and FUN. FUN is a strong sympathetic enervation that to my way of thinking is balanced with enough parasympathetic enervation. 
There are other relevant influences towards hyperventilation such as nutrition and toxicity that veers one toward anxiety or confusion.  But, barring congenital nutritional/toxicity considerations,  it is still only when sympathetic enervation becomes dominant  without the proper amount of parasympathetic enervation, that anxiety states occur to invite hyper constriction of blood vessels and signs of overbreathing/hyperventilation. I am discouraged with the use of  the "overbreathing" word as it implies that breathing more is bad. It is not about QUANTITY, it is BALANCE that is the key. Sympathetic Dominant Deep Breathing or SDDB is the label I believe should be used to describe hyperventilation. 
Nutrition and toxicity aside, low CO2 caused vasoconstriction does not happen so much or at all when the parasympathetic nervous system is strong enough to maintain nervous system parasympathetic dominated balance. Another way this manifests in real living conditions is with maintaining reasonably relaxed self control and centering during extreme states of stress or  "courage under fire". Ahhhhh! -- Insights from martial arts.
"HyperINHALATION" or charged breathing as opposed to "quiet" breathing is a more objective way to look at the good kind of increased breathing, ie,  depth and rate, which focuses on the nervous system as opposed to just  CO2/O2 relationship which is the effect and not the cause.
To re-emphasize, having watched over a million breaths of advanced breathing work clients, I have observed -with the help of a pulse oxymeter, that quick-deep or quick-shallow breathing, if dominated by belly, back and side breathing, most often increases the level of oxygen in our blood. By gas exchange standards, this would seem to reduce the CO2 ratios, invite constriction and inhibit O2 transfer into the cells but this MAY or MAY NOT not occur depending upon how well the breather is able to relax and stay dominant parasympathetic. Key factors are how well they adapt, tolerate or become accustomed to the increase in physical energy (chi, prana, Qi, pneuma etc). 
Dominant front, side and back abdominal breaths allow the nervous system to remain calm and to stay out of the potentially vaso-constrictive "anxiety/survival responses", CO2 depletion, and high chest, sympathetic breathing pattern.  We get more energized and in touch with our power without being overwhelmed with oxygen deprivation. The key is HOW this occurs and that is a lot of what this program attempts to improve.
To repeat.  
It is not over-breathing which is a general term like hyperventilation. It is too much high chest breathing without enough lower abdominal breathing.  There is a HUGE difference between over-breathing parasympathetic (abdominal) and over-breathing sympathetically. It is not the over-breathing. It is the way we over-breathe, and how we maintain internal and nervous system balance.

AND SO ON.
Certain schools of allopathic  medicine presently lump everything into one word -hyperventilation- which is grossly inadequate. So this prejudice distorts and increases the importance and relevance of carbon dioxide. The effect of carbon  dioxide levels are very important and permit tremendous insight and without them we can fail to help many in need. We must recognize that this is an imbalance that has a cause, and the cause is unbalanced breathing. I steadfastly believe that higher O2 levels and the way we balance them with CO2 levels are primary factors in developing and maintaining internal balance and optimal health..
There are instruments that can easily record the CO2 levels and help gauge therapeutic  progress. I believe that science will support my thesis that a stronger stimulation of the parasympathetic "rest, digest and heal" aspect of the nervous system, produces  "safe" increased levels of oxygen, peptides, endorphins and subtle energies of the various forms of what the ancient - and modern -breathing practitioners call chi, ki, prana, pneuma, spiritus etc. The arteries, including the carotid arteries going to the brain, remain more open,  thus allowing increased flow of energized blood throughout the brain and body.  It feels great, sometimes even ecstatic.  Gospel singing is an example of this experience, as well as some forms of chanting, and transformational breath work.
Increased Energy Developed SafelyBreathing practices are most often safe when the body’s sensing mechanisms are engaged on a moment to moment basis to monitor against excessive or inappropriate breathing related energy.  But many people are so far out of balance that the "breather"  may have forgotten about or never have felt (due to traumatic birthing or infancy)  a  state of wholeness and balance.  This puts practices such as singing or voice training and the teachers that comprise this population in a completely new light and shows how singing can be not only a performance-personal growth tool, but a health modality as well.
Though they are often monumentally powerful healing and energy paradigms, many Chi Kung and Pranayama teachers are often at a disadvantage in teaching their art forms because their students may be lacking fundamental, internal breathing balance and coordination, plus subtle aspects of feeling and kinesthetic feedback, and do not internally sense themselves in ways familiar to these paradigms. Making sound can give tremendous insight to this missing link, and the vocal/speech trainer becomes an integral part of the Optimal Breathing paradigm.
C.H.E.K practitioner level 4 - Scott Bryant

Signs of possible hyperventilation are: shortness of breath
 breathlessness
 chest tightness & pressure
 chest pain
  feelings of suffocation
  sweaty palms
  cold hands
  tingling of the skin
  numbness
  heart palpitations
 irregular heart beats
  anxiety
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Hormones and Menopause

Waking up flushed and sweaty several times a night left Cathy feeling tired all day. But when she began to feel hot on and off during the day as well, she went to see Dr.  He told Cathy she was having hot flashes—a sign that she was starting the menopause transition. Dr. talked about several ways to control her hot flashes. One was to use the hormone  for a short time. He talked about the benefits and risks of this choice. jane said she remembered hearing something on a TV talk show about using hormones around menopause. Were they helpful? Were they safe? She didn’t know.
A hormone is a chemical substance made by an organ like the thyroid gland or ovary. Hormones control different body functions. Examples of hormones are estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, and thyroid hormone.  In a woman’s body during the menopause transition, the months or years right before menopause (her final menstrual period), levels of several hormones, including estrogen and progesterone, go up and down irregularly. This happens as the ovaries work to keep up with the needs of the changing body.
Menopause is a normal part of aging. It is not a disease or disorder that has to be treated in all cases. Women may decide to use hormones like estrogen because of the benefits, but there are also side effects and risks to consider.
Symptoms such as hot flashes might result from the changing hormone levels during the menopause transition. After a woman’s last menstrual period, when her ovaries make much less estrogen and progesterone, some symptoms of menopause might disappear, but others may continue.
To help relieve these symptoms, some women use hormones a work out plan in the gym in need and good food plan to not just to take hormones need to take a deep look at lifestyle to get it right the older we get more the hormone  drop down to lower lever from the age of 40 up 60 you need  look at lifestyle what time you go to bed can help with hormones be bed at at 10 pm will help with DHEA this keeps us all looking young a good work out in the gym for 45min will help you to look for a C.H.E.K. Practitioner level4 london  to help you get started in the gym with a good wights program to help keep bones strong must eat with the mettabolic typing diet  it can help with fat loss and much more 

Honey we are killing the children


Honey we are killing the children

With obesity levels in children at all time high in the UK,  what has gone gone wrong ? Some schools' dinners;  too much home work; too much stress to do well in tests and examinations, and not enough play time outdoors.
Also,  mum and dad are eating poorly. As we grow up we mirror our mum and dad, as they are our closest role models: we see mum and dad sitting in front of the tv eating  pizza and we think it's cool. On top of that we have pc's,  lap tops,  ipads and play stations - which I think we should rename  "fat stations".
KIds are getting less and less exercise because they spend a lot of time sitting around: in the car to and from school, at school all day and then evenings and weekends in front of the tv, play station  etc, When they come home from school they have snacks and meals full of fat and sugar and then they go to their room to sit in front of their pc, do their home work and then the 'fat station' goes on till 10 pm or even 12 am.
This is why some of our kids are getting fat. And the presence of tv's and pc's etc in their bedrooms means that there is lots of electro-magnetic pollution which stops the body from going into the deep sleep which their young bodies need for healing and cleaning.
Bad food too late at night, too much stress from school and not eating as a family. This could be the biggest mistake as we destress when we eat with mum and dad and  we learn to enjoy good food.  The breakdown of families and and the stress from school and too much home work and the stress to be the best is greatly contributing to making kids fat.
There is so much bad food in the shops and on tv that we just don't know what to buy any more. 40 years ago we did not have such a problem with fat children: we lived differently:

no school runs in the car; less homework; lots of family time; getting to bed on time - fewer late nights; fresh meat and vegetables, more water to drink; more exercise, and less 'sitting'. All this would improve the health of our children and reduce the incidence of obesity.
When it comes to hyperactive children,  I think it is too much bad food, and sweet drinks, some school dinners which are still loaded with fat and sugar and not enough exercise. Sugar is the biggest drug on the the planet and it's legal. It is in all processed food: the food companies know it is addictive that why it is in everything from baked beans to bread and cakes, and of course soft drinks. Microwave meals and processed meat products also often contain sugar.
You put bread in your kid's packed lunch along with a chocolate bar. They get no exercise at school. At home,  mum and dad are too busy to play with their kids or to take the time to  give them good food, but stress them out to do their home work. Hyperactive children become this way because of bad foods, no love from mum and dad, and too much sugar.
Aspartame is another problem. It is toxic. It replaces sugar in chewing gum and lots of kids' sweets and fizzy drinks. People think that because the products are sugar free they are not bad for you. The opposite is true. It is a drug and is not a food that the body can recognise. At 100 degrees, in the body, it turns into formaldahide that is used to embalm dead bodies.
Children's bodies are like plants: they need fresh water, good food, lots of loving care, sun light and movement and sufficient rest at night. If you play loud  rock music to a plant it will not grow in the way it should  - this has been scientifically proven. If you water it too much or too little it will die.
C.H.E.K.Practitioner level4 Scott BryantThis is where we are going wrong with our children`; too much stress, too much homework, bad food, too much sugar, not enough exercise, too much tv and computer games, and not enough love

Thursday, August 02, 2012

SELF - RESPONSIBILITY 

IT NOT WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU BUT HOW YOU RESPOND TO WHAT HAPPENS TO YOU THAT DETERMINES HOW YOU FEEL 

Tuesday, July 31, 2012

after my 6 years i now did it im a chek practitioner level 4 what dose it mean to you if booking as your personal trainer \ coach you get the best best value for you money what dose C.H.E.K mean corrected holistic exercise kinesiology so by look at the body in a holistic way we can look at the body on  a chakra level and at diet  how it can help the mind we are what we think then we look at kinesiology movement of the body and organ  health then we use corrective exercise to help with pain in body and out side the body this systems works i have work with many that doctors and physiotherapy bout not help as you will see in photo photos below were im on the level 4 course in sand diego with paul chek and other students hanna dalsgard phil loizides ameli watts christian ohere andrew johnston jator pierre 

here we all

and here paul at 50 

Saturday, June 30, 2012

fat loss london 
fat loss is not working in london it not just about diet or about getting in to the gym there so much more to it carley counting dose not work in long run eating less dose not work to eat more dose not work we are when we eat and we are what we eat so if eat bad bad food you have bad body as not healey on or a clean on men and women are not the same when it come to execise and food a women body need more proteins food and weight training in the gym they can not miss any meails because there fat celss muitply when they miss food i or do not eat enought food because of menstrual cycles to lots of blood lose means protein loss to and bone mass too if they are not weight training in gym to stop bones loss and keeping muschel tone and weight whach dose not work because you got back to your old way of eating you see the celebrities do these fad diet and put all back on over time eat for our uinque metabolic type is the only way to to because it look at all the systems in the body not just one like your blod type it lookat all systems in the body we should all eat to this systems there no to
other  way when it come to fat loss londonC.H.E.K Practitioner level 4 london


Adrenal Fatigue in the year 2012 London 
In the year 2012 we are over worked, deprived of sleep, undernourished, dehydrated, stressed over lack of or too much exercise, hormone deficient and parasite and fungus infected. so what is the answer to adrenal fatigue? Work less, rest more, eat good food and get tested for Adrenal  Fatigue. By seeing a CHEK Practitioner you will not only get rid of a paracite and fungus wih pills but they look much more closely into you and your body and to why you have certain problems with sleep, diet etc. You will need to change the way you live, and exercise in a specific way to your body's needs. look at the way animals live..they do not go to bed late, drink lots of alcohol and eat lots of sugar..so why do we? This is why Adrenal Fatigue is so common. I receive many calls regarding this and all we need to do is look deeply into who and what we are as human beings. need more help go to C.H.E.K Practitioner level4


 

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Personal Trainer london looking at your food allergies

Allergies: Your Hidden EnemyAllergies: Your Hidden Enemy

is your personal trainer looking at your food allergies


As many as one in five adults and children, and probably one in three with behavioural problems, react allergically to common foods such as milk, wheat, yeast and eggs. The knowledge that allergy to foods and chemicals can adversely affect moods and behaviour in children has been known, and ignored, for a very long time.  Early reports back in the 1920's, confirmed by recent double-blind controlled trials, have found that allergies can affect any system of the body, including the central nervous system.  They can cause a diverse range of symptoms including fatigue, slowed thought processes, irritability, agitation, aggressive behaviour, nervousness, anxiety, depression, ADHD, autism, hyperactivity and learning disabilities. These types of symptoms can be caused by a variety of substances in susceptible children, though many have reactions to common foods and/or food additives.
Allergy, Intolerance or Sensitivity?
These days people use the terms food allergies, food intolerances and food sensitivities almost interchangeably. So, what is the difference between these terms? The classic definition of an allergy is 'any idiosyncratic reaction where the immune system is clearly involved'. The immune system, which is the body's defence system, has the ability to produce 'markers' for substances it doesn't like. The classic marker is an antibody called IgE (immunoglobulin type E). When the offending food, called an allergen enters the blood stream and meets its IgE marker, it triggers the release of chemicals including histamine that cause the classic symptoms of allergy - skin rashes, hayfever, rhinitis, sinusitis, asthma, eczema, swelling in the face or throat and anaphylaxis. All of these 'IgE-mediated' reactions are immediate and severe and may be life-threatening. If your child has this type of allergy, you probably already know about it and are strictly keeping your child away from the offending food.
The most common type of food allergy involves a different marker called IgG. The difference here is that IgG reactions may take anywhere from an hour to three days to show themselves, are often less immediately dramatic in nature and are therefore much harder to detect. So its more likely your child will be continuing to eat these foods on a regular basis, especially as we've seen above the foods involved are very commonly eaten.
Food intolerances and sensitivities are reactions to food where there is no measurable antibody response. Examples of these include lactose intolerance, where a child lacks the enzyme to digest lactose (milk sugar), usually resulting in digestive symptoms such as diarrhoea and abdominal discomfort or intolerance to the flavour enhancer MSG, which makes some kids hyperactive.
The Top Ten Allergens
Most food allergies develop in reaction to the protein in food, and particularly foods we eat most frequently. Top of the list is wheat, probably because it contains a substance called gliadin, which irritates the gut wall. Gliadin is a type of gluten, a sticky protein that allows pockets of air to form when risen with yeast, which is how bread is made. Eating a lot of wheat products isn't good for anyone, especially if you're child has developed an allergy. The connections between wheat allergy, autism and ADHD are well established.
Rye, barley and oats contain much more  and different kinds of gluten. For this reason, some children who are allergic to wheat, can tolerate rye, barley and oats and some children who are allergic to wheat, rye and barley can tolerate oats, which contains no gliadin.
Dairy produce causes allergic reactions in many adults . This includes cheese and yoghurt. Some children can seemingly tolerate goat's or sheep's milk but not cow's milk; however, this is more likely due to their consuming less dairy overall. The symptoms of dairy allergy are many and varied but often include a blocked nose, frequent colds, bloating and indigestion, 'thick' head, fatigue, earaches and headaches. Any food can cause an allergic reaction but the most common include milk, eggs, wheat and other gluten grains, yeast-containing foods, shellfish, nuts, peanuts, garlic and soya.
Of all the avenues so far researched, the link between behavioural problems and allergy is the most established and worthy of pursuit in any child displaying hyperactive behaviour or unexplained mood swings.
An alternative method of identifying food allergies is an  elimination and challenge diet.  This involves removing any likely culprits from your child's diet for a period of time (from two weeks to three months may be required) and noting any changes in behaviour, mental and physical symptoms. Then reintroduce the foods in a controlled way, again monitoring closely for any changes in behaviour, mental and physical symptoms. This method has many shortcomings because the range of foods that a child can react to is so broad.
Foods that invoke an IgE type immediate and severe reaction most likely need to be avoided for life. In contrast, delayed IgG allergies may not be long-term. By identifying the foods that your child is allergic to, strictly avoiding them for three to six months and improving digestive health, your child may lose their allergy to them. In some cases, an IgG allergy reaction is for life, however. (If you'd like to find out more read 
What Causes Allergy?
Digestive problems are often the underlying factor that leads to the development of delayed food allergies. Many children have excessively 'leaky' digestive tracts, which means that partially undigested proteins enter the bloodstream and cause the body to react. So, identifying and avoiding what your child is reacting to is one half of the equation. The other half is improving the health of their digestion.
Frequent use of antibiotics or aspirin, deficiency in essential fats, vitamin A or zinc or a gastrointestinal infection or infestation such as candidiasis are all possible contributors to leaky gut syndrome that need to be corrected to reduce allergy to foods.
A adults who has food allergy symptoms such as frequent ear or chest infections is likely to be prescribed antibiotics which may worsen the food allergy, leading to an increase in symptoms and an increase in antibiotics. So, clearly, it's best to deal with the root cause of the symptoms by identifying food allergens and removing them from your child's diet rather than relying on antibiotics for short-term relief and long-term worsening of the problem.

In summary, here's how to test for, and reduce, your child's allergic potential:
o Take wheat and dairy products out of their diet strictly for one month and see how they feel. In any case these food groups are best not eaten frequently.
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o Improve your child's digestion by including plenty of fresh fruit, vegetables, seeds and fish in their diet, which contain essential fats and zinc. eat for your 
o Keep antibiotics to a minimum. These damage the digestive tract.
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o If you suspect you have a  has a food allergy,

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