We all know that exercise is good for us, but how much of it and what type? We discuss the yin and yang balance concepts of wholesomely exercising for health as opposed to a non-personalized training plan.
In many ways, the word 'diet' is a four-letter word, but we can actually learn something from most diets, as long as we don't buy into the 100% - we look at some older dietary practices that may indeed be healthy for most of us.
Instead of taking all of our nutrition knowledge from so-called nutrition gurus, we can actually figure out our own optimal nutrition inputs by 'feeling' from within and getting in touch with our food.
Protein is a vital human building block that can only be obtained from our diet, yet there are wide variations in dietary intake of it. We explore the qualities and quantities of protein intake for our optimal health.
We look to calorie counting as the magic elixir to losing weight, but in reality this method is extremely flawed. This class investigates health aspects that are much more connected to a healthy body composition.
In recent years, carbs have been demonized as a food to avoid. This is fair enough for refined sugars and man-made refined products, but what about fruit, starchy veg, and wholegrain. Surely there is a middle ground that we could consider.
In terms of health and nutrition choices, we are all completely unique in our requirements, but yet we seem to be chasing one-size-fits-all ideals. This class discusses how to embrace your own genetic individuality and to make your best choices.