Start Your Journey Towards Optimal Health Today! - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Start Your Journey Towards Optimal Health Today! PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 70bdb4-ZDNhY



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Start Your Journey Towards Optimal Health Today!

Description:

O Market United Kingdom presents... ptimal H ealth S eminar Start Your Journey Towards Optimal Health Today! – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:26
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 55
Provided by: aa2182
Learn more at: http://w.mawebcenters.co.uk
Category:

less

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

Title: Start Your Journey Towards Optimal Health Today!


1
Market United Kingdom presents...
Start Your Journey Towards Optimal
Health Today!
2
Our Mission
  • To educate help you better understand how your
    bodys systems work
  • To achieve your health goals more effectively

3
What Are Your Health Goals
  • Vibrant, Full of Energy
  • Mentally Sharp
  • Emotionally and Spiritually Grounded
  • Lean and Strong
  • Healthy Weight
  • Physically Active
  • For the Rest of Your Life!

4
2
Basic Optimal Health Principles
  1. Feeding and nourishing your bodys systems
  2. Cleansing and removing toxins from your body

5
Connecting The Body Systems
6
The Digestive System
  • Where the nutrients many toxins are absorbed in
    our bodies
  • Learn how the Digestive System works

7
Digestion The process by which food and drink
are broken down so the body can build cells and
provide energy
  • Step One
  • Feeding and Nourishing the Body Systems
  • We chew the food, digestion starts in the mouth.
  • As we chew the food, the body produces enzymes to
    assist in the digestion process.

8
Digestion
Step Two
Food moves down into the stomach where further
digestion occurs
  • The stomach is the only acidic organ in the body
  • The stomach breaks the food down turns it into
    an isotonic liquid-state called CHYME

9
Digestion
Step Three
This chyme moves down into the small intestine,
for further digestion and absorption.
  • The small intestine is about 21 ft. long
    1.5 inches in diameter
  • The small intestine is where most of the nutrient
    absorption takes place

10
Absorption
Inside the small intestine are thousands of
finger-like structures called VILLI, that
increase the surface area for nutrient absorption.
  • This extended surface area add up to about 200
    square meters (about the surface area of a tennis
    court).

11
Folds In Small Intestine
12
Absorption
Distribution of Nutrients and Toxins
Every thing that is absorbed through the VILLI
(nutrients, medications, chemicals toxins)
enters the blood stream and lymphatics, and is
then carried distributed throughout the body.
13
Digestion
Step Four
The unused food passes into the large intestine
(colon)
  • The colon should eliminate the unused foods and
    toxins from our bodies 2 to 3 times each day, and
    reabsorb the water that is released in digestive
    juices.
  • Did you know?
    The large intestine is about 5 ft.
    long and 2.5 inches in diameter

14
Our Digestive Tract is subjected to
toxins AUTOINTOXICATION
The production of toxic chemicals produced by the
colon bacteria, and the continuous diffusion of
these toxins into the colon and ultimately the
blood stream, may result in possible damage to
the colon as well as distant sites in the body.
15
THE COLON
  • The Western diet is full of white flour, meat,
    milk, sugar and processed and fast foods.
  • As a result, many people are exposed to waste
    build up in their colons contributing to
    autointoxication.

16
How Our Body Handles Toxins
Blood carries toxins to the liver...
  • The liver filters blood coming from the digestive
    tract.
  • Excessive years of toxic exposure may impair the
    function and efficiency of the liver.
  • If the liver becomes impaired, the toxin produced
    by autointoxication may also affect the
    lymphatic system.

17
Lymphatic System

Two Main Functions
  1. Protects us from infection (viruses, bacteria,
    fungi) and tumors
  2. Cleans up waste products

18
Lymphatic System
Runs along side of the circulatory system. It has
no pump fluid is moved passively during muscle
contraction.
19
Lymphatic System
  • When functioning correctly, the lymphatic system
    will dump its waste products into the colon where
    it is excreted.
  • However, when the colon and liver are not working
    to full capacity, the lymphatic system may
    release wastes into the bloodstream where it may
    settle into organs and tissues.

20
Circulatory System
The transport system for your blood (heart,
arteries, veins and capillaries).
  • Transport nutrients from intestinal absorption
    and carries oxygen from lungs to all cells and
    tissues of the body.
  • Brings wastes from all cells and tissues to the
    kidneys for excretion.

21
Did You Know?
  • All of your body systems must be functioning
    properly to achieve optimal health.
  • Compromise any of our bodys systems and we
  • Dont function properly
  • Dont feel well
  • Compromise our capacity for optimal health

22
What is Wrong with the Current Western Diet?
  • Wrong Foods - excessive fats, sugars, processed
  • NOT enough fresh fruits, vegetables, whole
    grains, berries, nuts, plant proteins
  • Wrong Amounts - portions are often 3-4 times the
    normal size
  • Wrong Time - eating large meals at dinner, just
    before sleep, skipping breakfasts, rushing lunch,
    etc.

23
TYPICAL WESTERN DIET
Foods / Ingredients and Their Effect on the Body
White Flour - When mixed with water makes paste.
Donuts have little to no fiber and have large
amounts of sugar.
Donut
Sugars - Destroy B-Vitamins. B-Vitamins feed our
nervous system and help keep us calm. Also,
excess sugars can bind to proteins, cell
membranes and even DNA significantly impairing
function.
Hydrogenated Oils -The food industry uses this
process to prolong the shelf life of foods. This
industrial fat or hydrogenated oil contributes
to heart disease, inflammation and impairs cell
function.
Coffee provides excess caffeine, may destroy
friendly bacteria, and is nutrient depleted.
Coffee
24
TYPICAL WESTERN DIET
Foods / Ingredients and Their Effect on the Body
More white flour which makes paste. Processed
cheese is made with hydrogenated oils and high in
saturated fat and salt. Ground beef- high in
saturated fat, may contain antibiotics and other
chemicals.
Cheese Burger
Potatoes fried in more hydrogenated oil, high in
salt, low in nutrients. White potatoes rapidly
raise blood sugar levels.
French Fries
Phosphoric acid in sodas can leach out the
calcium in our bodies. High in sugars, devoid of
nutrients.
Cola, Sodas
25
TYPICAL WESTERN DIET
Foods / Ingredients and Their Effect on the Body
Canned Foods
Loaded with salt, may contain preservatives, less
nutritious than fresh or frozen foods. Use canned
foods mostly for emergencies (power failures,
natural disasters, etc.).
Ice Cream
High in saturated fat, sugar. May contain many
chemicals. Eat sparingly and in small amounts.
Cookies
More white flour, hydrogenated oil and sugar.
Pasteurized Milk
Calcium from milk is not easily absorbed. Whole
milk is high in saturated fat. Excess dairy
products may promote inflammation.
26
What To Avoid Or Limit
  • Limit refined carbohydrates, sodas, saturated and
    trans fats, etc.
  • Limit animal protein, high in saturated fat

27
?
  • WHAT
  • SHOULD
  • WE CONSUME

28
Eat Right
FRESH FRUITS
Fruit is high in fibre, natural sugars, water and
loaded with antioxidants like vitamin C and
bioflavonoids. Fibre - Devoid in many
processed foods, drinks, etc. Important for good
bowel function, absorption of toxins,
maintaining healthy cholesterol levels, etc.
Natural sugars - The immediate energy source.
Water - We are 70 water and we need to
continuously hydrate our bodies. Antioxidant/Bi
oflavonoids - Plant compounds that have many
beneficial properties beyond antioxidation.
29
Eat Right
FRESH VEGETABLES
High in antioxidants, phytochemicals, vitamins,
minerals and fiber. Antioxidants /
phytochemicals - provide numerous health
benefits not abundant in processed or fast foods.
Dark green vegetables - great source of
calcium, vitamins and minerals. No fat /
full of fibre - cultures who consume large
amounts of raw vegetables have healthy and long
life spans.
30
Fresh plant sources, high in fibre, protein,
vitamins, minerals
WHAT TO INCREASE...
31
Healthy fats, omega-3 fats
in oily fish and nuts
WHAT TO INCREASE...
32
(No Transcript)
33
To Promote Nourishing and Cleansing our Body
Systems
HEALTHY EATING
  • Choose healthy, unprocessed foods at every meal
    eat a balance of
  • Carbohydrates complex, unrefined carbohydrates
    with high fibre content
  • Proteins more plant proteins, less animal
    proteins
  • Fats healthy fats, mono-unsaturated, omega-3
    fatty acids
  • Consume smaller portions, pay attention to
    portion size.
  • Eat more frequently, 4-6 healthy snacks or meals
    per day, do not skip meals.
  • Consume daily plenty of fresh fruits, raw and
    steamed vegetables, whole grains, nuts and
    berries.

34
Healthy Eating Tips
  • Do not eat when tired or emotionally upset.
  • Create a relaxed environment for eating.
  • Sit quietly, chew thoroughly.
  • Focus on enjoying your meal.
  • Do not drink with your mealsdrink most of your
    liquids between meals.

35
What is the Solution...
  • Feed and adequately nourish
  • your body systems
  • 2. Cleanse and remove toxins from the body

36
What is Optimal Health
  • To live life with robust vitality, peak level of
    functioning.
  • To enjoy physical, mental, emotional, and
    spiritual health daily.
  • To live free of chronic, degenerative and
    age-related challenges.

37
Nutritional Support for Everyone
Foundations of Optimal Health Regimen
  • Omega-3
  • OPC-3 (bioflavonoids)
  • Vitamins Vitamin C Activated B Complex

38
What Is Isotonic
Nutritional Supplementation
  • iso same and tonic pressure or tone
  • Same fluid pressure as in tears, plasma, lymph
    and other body fluids
  • Isotonic nutritional supplementation comes in a
    powder form and when mixed with the appropriate
    amount of water becomes an isotonic formulation

39
Isotonic Nutritional
Supplementation
  • When a supplement is taken already in isotonic
    form and before meals
  • The stomach does not have to digest it, secrete
    and churn stomach acids
  • The waiting time in the stomach, known as gastric
    emptying time is significantly reduced,
    delivering the nutrients to the site of
    absorption in minutes rather than hours
  • The nutrients are delivered in a higher
    concentration allowing for a more efficient
    absorption in the small intestine
  • All of these factors allow for more efficient and
    enhanced delivery of nutrients into the small
    intestine where most absorption takes place.

40
In Addition To The Physiologic Advantages Of
Isotonic Delivery
  • Isotonix Supplements
  • Do not require fillers or binders, since it comes
    in powder form to be mixed with a specified
    amount of water
  • Easy to swallow since it becomes a liquid
    formulation-
  • drink your nutrients
  • You can take several different isotonic
    supplements together, in one glass, first thing
    in the morning- as a new breakfast juice
  • Maximize delivery and availability of all the
    nutrients you consume, so none remain in the
    large intestine as undigested pills or tablets-
    often seen on an x-ray (in the case of calcium
    tablets)

41
Who Would Benefit From
Isotonic Nutritional
Supplementation
  • Everyone and Especially
  • Elderly people - who may hate or have difficulty
    swallowing numerous pills
  • When digestion is impaired or less efficient
  • Those with digestive challenges such as post
    operative gastric by-pass clients
  • Absorption challenges
  • Children- who would rather drink a berry/fruity
    solution rather than gulp down their vitamin pills

42
Omega III Fish Oils
An omega 3 supplement must provide adequate
amounts of purified EPA DHA
  • EPA
  • Healthy fish oil/fatty acid
  • Obtained by eating wild salmon (better than farm
    raised), mackerel, sardines and herring
  • DHA
  • Another healthy fish oil/fatty acid,
  • Primary structural Omega 3 found in the brain and
    retina
  • Obtain from a diet of fatty fish
  • The average American's daily intake of DHA is
    estimated to be 100 mg lower than it was about 50
    years ago
  • Deficiency may lead to severe mood imbalance

43
Health Benefits of Omega-III Fish Oil
  • Promotes overall cardiovascular health
  • EPA and DHA contribute to the normal function of
    the heart
  • Each daily serving provides 3000 mg of fish oil
    to supply 900 mg of EPA and 600 mg of DHA
  • Our products have a higher amount of DHA EPA
  • Ratio 11.5 (DHAEPA) shown good for heart
  • Mercury Free
  • Tested for heavy metals

44
Isotonix OPC-3
  • Grape Seed Extract
  • Pine Bark Extract (Pycnogenol)
  • Red Wine Extract
  • Bilberry Extract
  • Citrus Extract

45
Benefits From OPC-3
  • Contains the worlds only isotonic-capable
    Pycnogenol (French maritime pine bark extract)
  • Made from a combination of bilberry, grape seed,
    red wine, pine bark and citrus extract

46
Additional Benefits From OPC-3
  • Contributes to the maintenance of normal blood
    pressure
  • Contributes to normal muscle function
  • Contributes to normal functioning of the nervous
    system

47
Why Isotonix OPC-3
  1. Highest quality, purist form of hundreds of plant
    compounds with oligomeric proanthocyanidins,
    (OPCs), anthocyanidins and others.
  2. Provides a broad range of health benefits to all.
  3. Via isotonic delivery, provides rapid, efficient
    and complete absorption of nutrients.

48
Isotonix Activated B Complex
  • A vitamin B-complex is a mixture of the eight
    essential B-vitamins that play a critical role in
    metabolism
  • B-vitamins are important for hundreds of
    biochemical reactions in the body
  • B vitamin deficiency can lead to fatigue and
    lethargy

49
Benefits of Isotonix Activated B Complex
  • Its metabolically active Traditional forms of
    vitamins B6, B12 and folic acid found in most
    other B complex products must undergo chemical
    changes in order to be utilised by the body
  • These vitamins, minerals and electrolytes help
    boost energy, decrease stress and elevate mood
  • Other Benefits
  • Muscle function including the heart muscle
  • The maintenance of normal bones and teeth and
    much more

50
Isotonix Vitamin C
  • The worlds most popular vitamin
  • Humans are incapable of producing vitamin C in
    their bodies, hence the need for supplementation
  • Made with a combination of vitamin C,
    beta-carotene and potassium, in a delicious
    natural orange flavour

51
Benefits of Isotonix Vitamin C
  • Contributes to the normal function of the nervous
    and immune system
  • Protects cells from oxidative damage
  • Maintenance of normal vision
  • Normal collagen formation
  • Reduction of fatigue
  • Normal energy-yielding metabolism
  • Normal psychological functions
  • Normal function of bones, teeth, cartilage, gums,
    skin and blood vessels

52
Nothing is More Valuable Than Your
Health!
  • It is your responsibility.
  • Start Your Journey Towards Optimal Health Today!

53
South Bank House, Black Prince Road, SE1 7SJ
London, United Kingdom
SOCIALISE WITH US
Like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/Shop.comUK
Follow us on Twitter twitter.com/shopcom_uk
Visit us on the Web UK.SHOP.COM
LEARN MORE
54
Market United Kingdom presents...
Start Your Journey Towards Optimal
Health Today!
About PowerShow.com