Good Health and Nutrition

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Presentation delivered by a professional, fully qualified nutritionist to businesses across the UK detailing what constitutes good office health and nutrition. (Presenter - Alison Irving, Created by - James Parr)

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Good Health and Nutrition

  1. 1. Alison Irving N.H.F DIP N.T. B.A.N.T REG
  2. 2. a.k.a Nutritional Therapist
  3. 3. “ The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human form with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with nutrition ” Thomas Edison c.1870
  4. 4. What is Optimum Nutrition ?
  5. 5. Disease and illness; catch or create ?
  6. 6. How have you lived ?
  7. 7. 4 Cornerstones…
  8. 8. 1 Nutrition
  9. 9. 2 Exercise
  10. 10. 3 Attitude
  11. 11. 4 Stress
  12. 12. The most important element… … water
  13. 13. Your organs function Water makes…
  14. 14. Nutrient absorption Water helps…
  15. 15. Cell maintenance Water improves…
  16. 16. Water encourages… Toxin elimination
  17. 17. Water will… Balance your body
  18. 18. Water loves to… Flush out your colon!
  19. 19. Water is responsible for… Temperature regulation
  20. 20. ♥ ’ s you! Water…
  21. 21. Let’s talk about nutrients …
  22. 22. Like carbohydrates (carbs to me & you)
  23. 23. Complex carbs rock!
  24. 24. These are complex
  25. 25. Simple carbs aren’t so good
  26. 26. These are simple
  27. 27. Proteins are vital, for veggies and carnivores alike!
  28. 28. Fats can be good…
  29. 29. … or bad
  30. 30. Fibre – keeps you regular; keeps your body happy
  31. 31. Vitamins and Minerals
  32. 32. Bad Guys (a.k.a the “anti- nutrients”)
  33. 33. Sugar
  34. 34. Gluten (it comes from wheat)
  35. 35. Dairy
  36. 36. Salt
  37. 37. Hydrogenated fats
  38. 38. Stress (the serial killer)
  39. 39. Alcohol (i.e. too much alcohol)
  40. 40. Caffeine
  41. 41. The H Factor Is homocysteine your most important health statistic?
  42. 42. The ultimate Alzheimers prevention plan

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