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Food and fitness

  1. 1. Food And Fitness Naturally Diet, Fitness, and Health Secrets
  2. 2. THE DEGREE AND RATE AT WHICH A SUBSTANCE ( IE. FOOD ) IS ABSORBED INTO A LIVING SYSTEM OR IS MADE AVAILABLE AT THE SITE OF PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY (IE. FITNESS ) Bioavailability http://www.merriam-webster.com/medical/bioavailability
  3. 3. The Connection Food Detoxify Replenish Synergistic Breakdown Fitness Inactivity Work Sets Focus Minus Add Multiple Divide Health Healthy = Heal + Thy Anyone and Everyone Can Use Food AND Fitness To Heal Them Selves
  4. 4. Organ That Detox The Body
  5. 5. Detoxify : to remove a poisonous or harmful substance from (something) : to cause (someone) to stop using drugs or alcohol by providing special help and treatment : to free (as a drug user or an alcoholic) from an intoxicating or an addictive substance in the body or from dependence on or addiction to such a substance http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/detoxify
  6. 6. Detox The Whole Body
  7. 7. Replenish : to supply fully : perfect : to fill with inspiration or power : nourish : to fill or build up again <replenished his glass> : to make good http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/replenish
  8. 8. What Needs Replenishing? • H20 Water • O2 Oxygen • Organic Compound and Micronutrients availability Amino Acids Minerals Vitamins
  9. 9. Replenish Water How -Drink Plenty of Water -Eat Water Rich /Diuretic Food -Avoid Anti-Diuretic Food Why -Balance pH of Body -Regulate Body Temperature -Help Carry & Absorb Nutrients and Oxygen - Support Organs of Elimination --Kidney --Liver -Protect and Cushions Vital Organs & Joints
  10. 10. Replenish Oxygen How Focus on Deep Inhales and Exhales Stay Well Hydrate ( H2O ) Eat Fresh Foods -Higher Oxygen Levels Than Processed Food Why Oxygen Retard Premature Cellular Aging Oxygen Supports Brain Health and Function Oxygen Remove Toxins From Body (ie .CO2)
  11. 11. Mineral Replenish Major Tasks of major minerals is to maintain the proper balance of water in the body Trance Trace minerals carry out a diverse set of tasks. Chromium Cooper Fluoride Iodine Iron Manganese Molybdenum Selenium Zinc Calcium Chloride Magnesium Phosphorous Potassium Sodium Sulfur Calcium, Phosphorus, and Magnesium—are important for healthy bones. Sulfur helps stabilize protein structures, including some of those that make up hair, skin, and nails. Iron is best known for ferrying oxygen throughout the body. Zinc helps blood clot, is essential for taste and smell, and bolsters the immune response. Copper helps form several enzymes, one of which assists with iron metabolism and the creation of hemoglobin, which carries oxygen in the blood.
  12. 12. Water Soluble Functions • Release energy. Several B vitamins are key components of certain coenzymes (molecules that aid enzymes) that help release energy from food. • Produce energy. Thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, and biotin engage in energy production. • Build proteins and cells. Vitamins B6, B12, and folic acid metabolize amino acids (the building blocks of proteins) and help cells multiply. • Make collagen. One of many roles played by vitamin C is to help make collagen, which knits together wounds, supports blood vessel walls, and forms a base for teeth and bones. Water-soluble vitamins have many tasks in the body, one of the most important is helping to free the energy found in the food you eat. Others help keep tissues healthy. Here are some examples of how different vitamins help you maintain health:
  13. 13. • Fat Soluble Vitamins • Vitamin A • Vitamin D • Vitamin K
  14. 14. Vitamins Replenish Water Soluble Vitamins • Biotin (vitamin B7) • Folic acid (folate, vitamin B9) • Niacin (vitamin B3) • Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5 • Riboflavin (vitamin B2) • Thiamin (vitamin B1) • Vitamin B6 • Vitamin B12 • Vitamin C Water-soluble vitamins are packed into the watery portions of the foods you eat. They are absorbed directly into the bloodstream as food is broken down during digestion or as a supplement dissolves. Because much of your body consists of water, many of the water-soluble vitamins circulate easily in your body. Your kidneys continuously regulate levels of water- soluble vitamins, shunting excesses out of the body in your urine.

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