Health Series - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Health Series PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 43c158-N2I3Y



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Health Series

Description:

Health Series Low Glycemic Lifestyle Phylise Poole USANA Independent Associate Healthy for Life Certified Team Leader ACE Certified Fitness Instructor Mom Healthy for ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:146
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 44
Provided by: leadersare
Category:
Tags: health | series | usana

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Health Series


1
Health Series
  • Low Glycemic Lifestyle

2
Phylise Poole
  • USANA Independent Associate
  • Healthy for Life Certified Team Leader
  • ACE Certified Fitness Instructor
  • Mom

3
Healthy for Life! 3 Components
  • Supplementation
  • High Quality Multi-Vitamin
  • Essential Fatty Acids
  • Low Glycemic Foods
  • RESET Your Body
  • Phase I for Continued Weight Loss
  • Phase II for Maintenance
  • Exercise
  • 5xs per week, 30-60 minutes, moderate or intense
  • FUN!

4
3 Topics
  • Understanding the Glycemic Index
  • The Glycemic Index Cycle
  • Low Glycemic Foods
  • USANA Macro-Optimizers
  • Grocery Store Basics
  • Meal Basics
  • On the Go Basics

5
What is the Glycemic Index?
  • The glycemic index (G.I.) is a rating to
    indicate how rapidly a particular food will raise
    your blood sugar and insulin. Glucose is the
    standard it rapidly raises your blood sugar, and
    has a high index score of 100. All foods can be
    rated relative to glucose.

6
The GI Traffic Signal
  • Green Light Foods - GI less than 55 are low
    glycemic. Eat more of these!
  • Yellow Light Foods - GI of 55 to 70 are
    moderately glycemic. Slow down on these?
  • Red Light Foods - GI of 70 to 100 are high
    glycemic. Eat less of these!

7
Healthy for Life Research Results
  • Weight loss of 13 pounds of body weight.
  • BMI and waist circumference reduced.
  • Systolic diastolic blood pressure dropped.
  • Total cholesterol levels dropped 15 percent.
  • LDL cholesterol levels dropped 17 percent.
  • Insulin sensitivity significantly increased by 14
    percent.
  • Fasting blood glucose levels declined slightly.

8
Keys to Fat Loss
  • Dont go more than 4 hours without eating
    low-glycemic foods.
  • Drink at least 10 glasses (half gallon) of water
    per day.
  • Never eat high-glycemic foods on an empty
    stomach.

9
Blood Sugar Narrow Range
10
Breakfast
  • Cereal, Bagel OJ,
  • Starbucks Latté Muffin

11
Blood Sugar Spikes
  • Brain releases very powerful hormone called
    insulin.
  • Insulin transports sugar into the cell for energy
    or stored as fat.
  • Inflammation and damage to arteries.

12
One Hour Later
13
Youre Starving Tired!
  • Blood sugar below normal.
  • Shaky weakness or mental confusion.
  • Lack of energy.
  • Uncontrollable hunger.

14
Repeated Abuse
  • 5xs per day over 20-30 years leads to

15
Repeated Abuse Can Lead to
  • Insulin Resistance
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Type II Diabetes

16
Break the Cycle
  1. Eat low glycemic foods.
  2. Nutritional supplements.
  3. Moderate exercise.

17
USANAs Solution
  • Macro-Optimizers Meal replacement shakes bars
  • RESET
  • Phase I Continued Weight Loss
  • Phase II - Maintenance

18
Shakes Bars
  • Certified low glycemic
  • Less sugar than an apple
  • No artificial sweeteners
  • No trans fats
  • Perfect combination of carbs, proteins, EFA, and
    fiber
  • Taste great
  • Fiber

19
Shakes Bars
  • Nutrimeal shakes GI 23, 15 grams protein, 8
    grams fiber, good proteins, carbs fats, tastes
    great, 3 flavors, 4 pts. in Weight Watchers
  • Nutrition bars low glycemic, 2 flavors, 6-8
    grams protein, 3 pts. in Weight Watchers
  • Fiber bar low glycemic, 4 grams fiber, EFAs, 1
    pt. in Weight Watchers

20
RESET
  • Lose the Pounds! Lose the Cravings!
  • 15 Nutrimeal meal-replacement pouches
  • 5 Peanut Butter Nutrition Bars
  • 5 Iced Lemon Fibergy Bars
  • 5 AM/PM HealthPak 100 packets
  • Free 5 day support program at www.ReleasingFat.com

21
Whats next?
  • What you do AFTER the RESET is the most
    important.
  • Phase I Weight Loss
  • Phase II - Maintenance

22
Phase I Weight Loss
  • Replace two meals with Nutrimeal shakes.
  • Eat one USANA bar for a snack.
  • Eat one low-glycemic meal and one low-glycemic
    snack.
  • Begin following a moderate exercise program.
    Start by working up to 10,000 steps.
  • Take your ESSENTIALS or HEALTHPAK 100.

23
Phase II - Maintenance
  • Replace one meal with a Nutrimeal meal
    replacement shake, fortified with Fibergy or
    SoyaMax if desired
  • Eat one USANA bar for a snack
  • Eat two healthy, low-glycemic meals and one snack
  • Continue to develop your fitness level with a
    consistent exercise program
  • Take your ESSENTIALS or HEALTHPAK 100 along
    with any other Nutritionals you have chosen for
    your needs

24
Timing
  • Schedule your RESET
  • Get started now
  • Start with Phase I for Weight Loss
  • Low GI breakfast consume 80 less calories
    throughout the day
  • Begin RESET at scheduled time

25
Shake Recipes
  • Add fruit fresh or frozen
  • Add extracts spices
  • Add natural peanut butter
  • Hot or cold
  • Add water, skim milk, coffee, fruit juice

26
Ann Wolter Denver, CO
  • 15 months 70 pounds lost
  • Now a Healthy for Life Coach
  • Turned her Healthy for Life program into a career
  • Husband lost 25 pounds, cholesterol went from 290
    to 200 in 6 months

27
Ann Wolter Before After
  • June 2006 _at_ 210 lbs.
  • April 2007 _at_ 158 lbs.

28
Redirectional Spending
  • Reduces your grocery bill
  • Meal replacement shakes only 2.50
  • Nutrition bars only 1.90
  • Essentials only 1.60 per day

29
Redirectional Spending
  • 8.90/day includes 2 meals, 1 snacks,
    Essentials, BiOmega

30
Redirectional Spending
  • 6.70/day includes 1 meal, 1 snack,
    Essentials, BiOmega

31
Grocery Store Basics
  • Shop the perimeter of the store
  • Fill your cart
  • ¾ Desirable Carbs
  • ¼ Protein Dairy

32
Desirable Carbs
  • Fruits Veggies (except corn potatoes)
  • Whole grains barley, parboiled rice,
  • Nuts almonds, cashew, hazel, walnuts, peanuts,
    pecans
  • Steel cut oats
  • All-Bran, Bran Buds, Kashi Go-Lean
  • Beans
  • Serving Size ½ cup, ¼ plate, size of palm, 1
    slice, 1 tortilla

33
Protein Dairy
  • Fish salmon, mackerel, trout, tuna
  • Vegan nuts, flaxseed oil, olives, avocado, soy,
    peas, beans, hummus
  • Eggs (range fed chickens)
  • Poultry turkey, chicken
  • Wild Game buffalo, deer, elk, pheasant, quail
  • Dairy yogurt, soy milk, skim milk

34
Proteins Dairy to Avoid
  • Fatty Meats marbled red meats, pork, lamb,
    liver
  • Full fat dairy
  • Bacon, sausage, hot dogs, lunch meat
  • Fried foods
  • Margarine vegetable shortening
  • Strive for organic, low-fat, hormone free

35
Reduce
  • Processed carbs
  • 5 whites flour, rice, bread, pasta, sugar
  • Instant foods canned meals, soups, frozen meals
  • Trans fats partially hydrogenated oils, solid
    at room temperature
  • High glycemic foods

36
Quick Fixes
  • Potatoes Exchange white (GI 88) for new or red
    skin (GI 57), yam (GI 38), sweet (GI 61)
  • Bread Use low GI, open face, wraps, salad
  • Pasta Cook al denté, avoid enriched, whole
    wheat, portion size fist
  • Peanut Butter natural, no partially
    hydrogenated oils

37
Meal Basics Breakfast
  • USANA Nutrimeal shake
  • 2 free range eggs, 3-4 strips turkey bacon, fruit
  • Steel cut oats
  • Veggie omelet
  • 2 scrambled eggs topped w/salsa, low-fat cheddar
    cheese, fruit

38
Meal Basics Snacks
  • USANA nutrition bar or fiber bar
  • Raw almonds
  • Fruit
  • Low-fat yogurt
  • Low-fat cottage cheese
  • Low-fat string cheese
  • Hard boiled free range egg
  • Raw veggies low-fat dip

39
Meal Basics Lunch
  • USANA Nutrimeal Shake
  • Chefs Salad
  • Naked chicken burrito
  • Chicken salad
  • Tuna stuffed tomato
  • Turkey burger
  • Naked taco salad

40
Meal Basics Dinner
  • USANA Nutrimeal shake
  • Salad, petit filet, steamed veggies, fruit
  • BBQ chicken breast, green beans, peaches
  • Salad, veggie chili
  • Spinach salad, grilled salmon, broccoli,
    strawberries
  • Oriental chicken bowl
  • Salad, roast turkey breast, asparagus, sweet
    potatoes
  • Turkey meat loaf

41
Recipe Resources
  • Healthy for Life by Dr. Ray Strand
  • Low Glycemic Meals in Minutes by Laura Kalina
    Cheryl Christian
  • How to Get Kids to Eat Great by Dr. Christine
    Wood

42
Give Program 6 Months
  • Your health has taken years to get where it is
    today
  • Commit to Essentials, EFAs, shakes/bars, low
    glycemic eating, exercise
  • Every cell renewed in 6 months
  • Track your progress

43
Whats Next?
  • Contact the person who invited you to this call
  • They will
  • Answer your questions
  • Help you order set up your own USANA account
    for the best prices
  • Help you with your new Healthy for Life lifestyle
About PowerShow.com