Cyndi O'meara - How to eliminate stubborn toxic fat and reset the metabolism

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Cyndi O’Meara is a best-selling author, internationally acclaimed nutritionist and speaker as well as an award winning business woman. Not your typical nutritionist, Cyndi disagrees with low-fat, low-calorie diets, believes chocolate can be good for you and thinks cheating and eating yummy food is an important part of a well-balanced diet.

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  • School in BendigoUniversity of ColoradoOutward BoundAnthropologyNutritionAnatomyConsulting for 5 yearsWrote for local paper controversialWrote book
  • School in BendigoUniversity of ColoradoOutward BoundAnthropologyNutritionAnatomyConsulting for 5 yearsWrote for local paper controversialWrote book2 years around Australia – making goals, Setting Goals
  • Symptoms – back, hip, neck, hand
  • Terry Wahl Diet TALK ABOUT HOW YOU FELT THROUGH THE PROGRAM
  • Leptin in fat cells
  • 55 diseases as a result of gluten intolerance.
  • How does gluten cause autoimmunityWhy does gluten cause autoimmunity – NEXT slide re wheat.
  • Appetite stimulant, higher GI then white sugar, gluten is greater and bigger, effects mind schizophreniaNew Breeds 25,000,
  • gelatin, plant polysaccharides, carrageenans, starch, cellulose, glycerin, plastercisers, sorbitol, colouring agents, preservatives, disintegrants, lubricants and surface treatment
  • gelatin, plant polysaccharides, carrageenans, starch, cellulose, glycerin, plastercisers, sorbitol, colouring agents, preservatives, disintegrants, lubricants and surface treatment
  • Source of iodine in animal feed supplements. Considered too toxic for use as a food additive, [FAO/WHO food additives committee, 1966]. Formerly used as maturing agent and dough conditioner. Used at rate of 0.000025% and 0.000002% as prophylactic treatment for endemic goitre. Archaic use in medicine as a topical antiseptic. Oxidising agent in volumetric chemical analysis.
  • However, vitamins have been produced as commodity chemicals and made widely available as inexpensive semisynthetic and synthetic-source multivitmin dietary and food supplements and additives
  • Symptoms – back, hip, neck, hand
  • Symptoms – back, hip, neck, hand
  • Cyndi O'meara - How to eliminate stubborn toxic fat and reset the metabolism

    1. 1. Changing HabitsChanging LivesCyndi O’MearaInternational Presenter and Best Selling AuthorLife Changing& Empowering
    2. 2. 60’s & 70’s - Remember This!!!
    3. 3. Medications
    4. 4. Supplements
    5. 5. Evolution of the Fat Cell
    6. 6. • Are constantly hungry• Eat more food• Crave sugary foods• Have desensitised taste buds• Have slower metabolisms and low energy• Burn sugar for fuel• Are more anxious and nervous• Loss of skin integrityLeptin Resistant People
    7. 7. Allergies - IGESensitivities – IG’sIntolerances – enzymeAutoimmunityWhat May Have Been Happening?
    8. 8. Hashimotos –thryroid diseaseOsteoporosisDementiaMyocarditisMSLupusCRESTSclerodermaRhuematoid ArthritisChronsDiabetes (Type 1)PsoriasisAnd Many More
    9. 9. GlutenHOW?WHY?
    10. 10. WheatEinkorn WheatTriticum aestivumCHO Amylopectin A 70%Protein – Gluten 10%Fibre 10%Fat - 10%
    11. 11. Supplements and FoodFortification
    12. 12. Is the Body Black and WhiteIron deficiencyCalcium deficiencyVitamin D deficiencyVitamin B deficiency
    13. 13. Podcasts

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