Bertram and Respected Exercise Physiologist and internationally acclaimed authority of personal wellness, John Toomey speaks about your health.
Health is defined in Wiki as the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of a living organism. So how efficient is your physical health and more importantly your mental health?
It is our belief that good physical health stems from good mental health. In short, if you are emotionally stable, connected with your consciousness and stress free you would more than likely be in good health. If this is not the case, we are here to support you to reach that goal.
That said; Are you looking after your body?
As the saying goes "You are what you eat" or "Your food is your medicine and your medicine is your food"
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Metabolism what is it?
Your metabolism is your body’s engine. It is the process of breaking down foodstuffs and burning them for energy and for cell maintenance. It also involves the maintenance of balance within the body. When you exercise, the rate at which your metabolism functions will increase, just as a car engine revs higher when you push on the accelerator. This is rate is referred to as your metabolic rate. When you eat food, your metabolism increases as your engine is required to work to digest food. There is an energy cost in digesting food. Continue reading…
Regular water consumption is essential for good health and wellbeing. Most Australians do not drink anywhere near enough water. Lethargy and Tiredness Lethargy and Tiredness Your Blood Circulates round your body each day dropping water off at the sweat glands, in the kidney and in the lungs. It releases at least 1.5 litres in the average person who does not exercise. It collects new water supplies from the bowel. Not many people realise that the body stores its water in the bowel. If there is no water in the bowel, the water volume in the blood drops thus potentially making the blood a little thicker and reducing the effectiveness of circulation. Continue reading…
Note: This document is meant to be a summary of John Toomey’s Nutrition presentation. It is not an exact prescription of a dietary plan for any individual. It is intended to assist readers to make positive, healthful changes to their dietary habits as they pursue better health. Individuals with particular problems or challenges should consult a trained Naturopath for further advice and individual guidance.
Why is Nutrition Important?
There are many reasons why people take an active interest in Nutrition. Most often they are motivated either by cosmetic factors or perhaps fear following a “bad health” experience. continue reading…