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Anti-Aging Power Nutrition Workshop

Anti-Aging Power Nutrition Workshop

 

Monday, April 30th 4:00-6:00 pm

Veterans Memorial Community Center

8055 Barbara Ave. Inver Grove Heights, MN

Limited Seating: RSVP: coachconnie@lifestylehealthmentor.com

or Call directly: 320-815-3766

What are Probiotics?

Typically referred to as “good bacteria,” these microorganisms live in the large intestines and support the human immune systems and enhance health by warding off toxins and bad bacteria within the gastrointestinal tract.

Probiotics can help in increasing the beneficial intestinal flora that might have decreased due to hormonal and nutritional imbalances.

When this good bacteria drops, it can cause symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Probiotics are found in many natural foods, mainly dairy products, but can also be taken in supplement form.

Some of the best examples include:

  • Traditional sauerkraut
  • Korean kimchi
  • Kefir (Soy, coconut versions available)
  • Kombucha
  • Yogurt
  • Cultured buttermilk
  • Fermented cottage cheese
  • Natto (fermented soy beans)

How Can They Help This Syndrome?

In a 2015 clinical study that was published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology, probiotics were compared to a placebo in tests that measured the levels of relief from IBS symptoms.

Probiotics, especially blends that use multiple species of the microorganisms, were found to be effective in reducing abdominal discomfort over a course of 4 to 6 weeks (Didari et al., 2015).

Moreover, within a 4 week time period, probiotics also improved flatulence and bloating.

Female patients with C-IBS (constipation) saw the greatest improvement; and within 8 to 10 weeks, children with extreme gassiness saw relief from their symptoms (Didari et al., 2015).

In terms of quality of life, probiotic supplementation greatly increased levels of comfort and happiness. Though the effects took some time to develop, within 6 weeks, IBS symptoms and flair-ups were suppressed.

 

Best Probiotics for IBS | Constipation, Bloating, Diarrhea, Gas

What can vitamins do for your body?

What you put in your body affects how you feel. You need to a close look at consuming the right foods if you want to lose weight and keep it off. But you should also make sure your body gets all the nutrients it needs. This infographic by Health Perch covers the vitamins your body needs and foods that have them:

 

Whether you were raised on Flintstones vitamins or started taking a daily multivitamin as an adult, you care about getting the right nutrients. After all, taking in the right balance of vitamins and minerals doesn’t just make your doctor happier, it can also improve your energy levels, immune system, and mood. Though taking a vitamin supplement in the morning can help you make up any nutrients you missed in your diet, getting your vitamins through food is a better bet. Not only is your body better at absorbing vitamins that come directly from food, you also get to eat tasty meals. It’s a win all around.

Generally speaking, a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and lean protein will give you many of the vitamins your body needs to thrive. Looking for more specificity? Here’s a handy infographic you can use to figure out what nutrients you can get from different menu items. With this on your side, you can craft meals full of all of the good stuff that makes your body work at its best. Here’s how to eat your vitamins:

 

 

https://blog.pamperedchef.com/food-drink/eating-your-vitamins/?pws=jmenting

 

Chronic Inflammation

Inflammation is our body’s protective measure against foreign invaders such as viruses and bacteria. When inflammation occurs, white blood cells secrete chemicals into blood or infected cells to protect our body. This healthy immune response plays a crucial role in healing process and enables our bodies to heal injuries and fight infections.

 

The main culprits of chronic inflammation are:

  • Stress 4
  • Obesity 5
  • Sedentary lifestyle 6 7
  • Excessive use of alcohol 8
  • Excessive use of inflammatory foods such as sugar, refined carbs, trans fats, etc. 9 10 11

So, to fight inflammation you need to undergo some lifestyle changes such as exercising on a frequent basis, avoiding to use foods which cause inflammation, and adding foods which fight inflammation to your diet. So it’s important to have an effective diet plan and a proper exercise program in place to fight inflammation.

 

Below is a complete list of inflammatory vs anti-inflammatory foods in the form of an infographic. Use this infographic as a reference to figure out what foods you need to use and what foods you have to avoid in order to fight inflammation.

 

Let us help you on your health revolution……

 

12 Day Refresh/Detox

 

 

Welcome to the 12 Day Detox!

Do you want to eat healthy, move and be empowered? Join 1000’s of people who’ve lost weight, improved their skin, lowered their blood sugar and reduced symptoms of disease.

You get:

  • An Easy Preparation Packet
  • Daily Modules
  • Daily Workbooks
  • Daily Meditation Videos
  • A supportive community to cheer you on
  • Confidence and clarity about healthy eating and lifestyle
 
You’ll get daily communication, modules, videos and workbooks.

Starting a new health regimen and changing your lifestyle can sometimes make you feel lost and alone.  Believe me, I understand.  That’s why we’ve built community and health coach support into this package.

Which is why with the 12 Day Detox Program you will also get:
  • Access to a group of people just like you.
  • Shopping lists and tips, menus, and recipes.
  • Opportunities to grow and expand on what you achieve.

Excited to feel happy and healthy? Start here, with the 12 Day Detox.

Are you ready to live better and make a committed change that will impact the rest of your life? Let our detoxification provide you with a sense of inner cleansing you never thought was possible. We are with you every step of the way on your new journey.

Gut Health

 

Does this sound like you?

  • After a year of invasive, expensive GI testing and no diagnosis, I’d almost given up.

You’re not alone….. We are here to help you finally start living life….

  • With these changes, I noticed a difference in 24 hours! I went from being home-bound 1/2 the day to freedom of movement and a whole new health and energy.
  • Digestive Disorders – IBS, Gas Bloat, reflux, Leaky Gut

Hormone Health

 

  • Are you Sick of Being Sick and Tired?
  • Adrenal Fatigue, Low Energy & Mood, Stress & Overwhelmed through adrenal health protocol
  • Hormone Imbalance – Menopause (hot flushes, moods, fatigue, and other menstrual difficulties)
  • Digestive Disorders – IBS, Gas Bloat, reflux, Leaky Gut while using the Gut Health protocol
  • Skin issues – Acne, eczema, rash, dermatitis,
  • Our techniques- add in hormone balancing foods, micronutrients for optimal health, blood sugar testing and stabilization through foods/combinations, reducing stress, Thyroid protocol, PH testing, and Liver Cleanse.

Update: We are excited to announce that we are now offering the FIT 22 Test. The list of foods and additives selected for the 22 panel are foods that most frequently yield reactions on the FIT Test. The foods tested are: gluten, whole wheat, egg white, egg yolk, cow’s milk, casein, candida, brewer’s yeast, banana, beef, broccoli, coffee, corn, chicken, peanut, tomato, white potato, almonds, pineapple, salmon, shrimp, and turmeric.

 

 

The Ultimate List of Top Inflammatory and Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Simple ways to get started with a yoga routine & why it’s important

As part of a healthy lifestyle, yoga may lower cardiovascular risk factors such as high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar, according to Harvard Health Publications.

Improved Brain Function.
Just 20 minutes of Hatha yoga — an ancient form of the practice that emphasizes physical postures rather than flow or sequences — can improve cognitive function, boosting focus and working memory. In a University of Illinois study, participants performed significantly better on tests of brain functioning after yoga, as compared to their performance after 20 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise.

Lower Stress Levels.
Yoga’s stress-busting powers may come from its ability to lessen the activity of proteins that are known to play a role in inflammation, according to a study published last year from University of California, Los Angeles researchers.

Increased Flexibility.
A recent Colorado State University study found that Bikram yoga — a form of yoga in which a series of 26 postures are performed for 90 minutes in a heated room — is linked with increased shoulder, lower back and hamstring flexibility, as well as greater deadlift strength and decreased body fat, compared with a control group.

 

 

After A Few Months.

Lower Blood Pressure.
People with mild to moderate hypertension might benefit from a yoga practice, as a study from University of Pennsylvania researchers found that it could help to lower their blood pressure levels. Researchers found that people who practiced yoga had greater drops in blood pressure compared with those who participated in a walking/nutrition/weight counseling program.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/28/body-on-yoga_n_4109595.html