Nutritional Advice

Chris is a fully qualified nutritionist and is passionate about helping people gain the best results from what they are eating and drinking.

This is where people have the least knowledge due to misleading media reports. The science behind food is constantly evolving. Chris' knowledge of applying the latest advances is invaluable in helping you live a healthy life while achieving the results you want.

Chris will work with you to look at your current diet and then help with improvements that are easy. You will discard your old habits and take up new more positive ones.

This gives you the best chance to maintain all the benefits that you are gaining so you don't slip back into your old ways.

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Foods that increase the stress:

  • CAFFEINE can stress out the system by constantly flooding your body with the fat storing hormone cortisol, just stick to 1 or 2 cups of coffee a day.
  • ALCOHOL stimulates the overworked adrenal glands even further. If you have a stressful life and you drink a lot, your adrenal glands will be exhausted and eventually you could burn out. Alcohol is also full of sugar which makes you toxic and eventually makes you fat.
  • SWEETS AND SUGARY SNACKS give you a quick burst of energy, but then they cause your blood sugar levels to crash, leaving you feeling sluggish, stressed and with poor concentration. Don't make your system more stressed by jumping on the sugar rollercoaster.
  • PROCESSED FOODS are full of so much junk they deplete the levels of vitamins and minerals in your body that are vital for fighting stress.
  • JUNK FOOD that is high in bad fats (burgers, chips, kebabs etc) has been shown in several studies to lower concentration levels and increase the stress.

The Problem with Modern Milk

Cows eat grass, not grains. Grass is needed for vitamin A, D, E and K2 as well as minerals such as manganese, chromium, zinc, copper and selenium.

Pasteurisation destroys enzymes needed to digest fat molecules, calcium and sugars.

Calcium needs phosphorus and phosphotase in order to absorb in the body. Pasteurisation destroys this enzyme and leads to very low calcium absorption causing poor joint formation and poor bone and brain formation in children.

Pasteurisation destroys vitamins, as much as 60% of B vitamins and 40% of vitamin C, and turns lactose into beta lactose.

Skimming and homogenisation leave the fat molecules rancid, destroys butter fat needed to absorb and utilise vitamins such as vitamin A. Synthetic vitamin D is also added.

Not fat dried milk has dangerous oxidised cholesterol. Sugar and other bulking agents and colourings are added for a palatable taste and mouth feel.

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