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1 Welcome Birdsley Health & Wellness Center Galen Birdsley, D.C South Main Street SLC, Utah

2 LifeStyle Program For Better Health Now and For a Lifetime

3 Do you remember when? n You walked to school n You walked to church n You ate butter and didnt feel guilty n You went to the gas station to get gas n You ate dinner every night with your family n You knew your butcher and grocer by name

4 Do you remember when? n You stayed home at night and went out once a week n Gay meant you were happy n Grass was something you mowed n Pot was something you cooked in n Aids worked in the classroom helping teachers

5 Do You Believe n Saturated Fats are Bad n Vegetable Oils are Good n Cholesterol is Bad n Cholesterol Causes Heart Attacks n We are Healthier and Live Longer Today

6 Today n Heart disease is the #1 killer in America n 1 in 3 die of cancer n 1 in 3 suffer from allergies n 1 in 10 have ulcers n 1 out 5 pregnancies end in miscarriage

7 Today n 50% of our children cant pass the Presidents Physical Fitness test – Can you? n Admissions to hospitals has increased 4-5 times faster than population growth n Millions are being treated for diabetes

8 Health Facts n 100 years ago Heart Disease and Cancer were rare n Fewer persons alive at 70 today survive to 90 than 40 years ago n Credit for increased lifespan goes to better sanitation and decreased infant mortality

9 Health Facts n Chronic illness afflicts nearly ½ of all Americans & cause 3 out of 4 deaths in the U.S. n There is a greater chance that if you live past 70, you will be a burden on your family

10 Critical Changes n Less Fresh Living Food in our Diet Today n More Man made Food n More than 50% less Fiber n Sugar up from 6-10 lbs/person/year to close to 120 lbs/person/year

11 Critical Changes n 25% more Fats n Snack Foods full of empty calories n Highly processed foods – Devitalized n Fake Foods

12 9 Major Causes of Death 1. Heart Disease 2. Cancer 3. Stroke 4. Accidents 5. Diabetes 6. Cirrhosis's of the Liver 7. Pneumonia 8. Atherosclerosis 9. Suicide

13 9 Major Causes of Death 1. Heart Disease * 2. Cancer * 3. Stroke * 4. Accidents 5. Diabetes * 6. Cirrhosis's of the Liver * 7. Pneumonia * 8. Atherosclerosis * 9. Suicide * Related to Nutrition

14 Other Diseases/Conditions Linked to Nutrition n Allergies n Arthritis n Anxiety n Fatigue n Fibromyalgia n High Blood Pressure n Hormone Problems n Hypoglycemia n Insomnia n Gall Stones n Indigestion n Kidney Stones n Obesity n Osteoporosis n PMS n Varicose Veins

15 Heart Disease n Number one cause of death in U.S. n One death every 34 seconds; 710,760 in 1997 n Since 1945, deaths from Heart disease more than doubled n 42% of women who have heart attacks die within one year compared with 24% of men

16 Heart Disease n HD takes more womens lives than the next 16 causes of death combined n HD takes twice as many womens lives as all forms of cancer n 1in 2 women will die of HD or stroke, compared with 1in 25 who will die of breast cancer n 250,000 women die each year of HD; 46,000 die from breast cancer

17 Diabetes n Incidence - over 17 million people n 151,000 under age 20 n $98 Billion

18 Diet Dictocrates n What are we being told about Nutrition? n What is left out? n We buy foods labeled Low Fat, No Cholesterol, reduced Sodium, thinking they are good for us. n Why then are we as a Nation so Sick?

19 Standard S

20 Standard American SA

21 Standard American Diet SAD

22 SAD Proteins n Highly processed meats containing chemical additives and preservatives (luncheon meats, salami, and bacon) n Hydrolyzed protein and protein isolates

23 SAD Fats n Highly processed vegetable oils n Margarine, tub spreads n Vegetable shortenings n Fat substitutes n Deep fried foods

24 SAD Carbohydrates n Bleached and Fortified flour products n Commercial dry cereals n Refined sugar in all forms n Irradiated fruits and vegetables n Canned foods n Candy

25 SAD Beverages n Soda pop n Fruit juices n Coffee, tea and cocoa n Distilled or pasteurized alcohol products

26 SAD Snack Foods n Foods High in fat n Foods High in salt n Foods High in sugar n Foods High in calories n Foods with no Nutritive Value

27 Serving Sizes

28 Obesity and Overweight n Obesity is the #1 nutrition-related disorder

29 Obesity and Overweight n Obesity is the #1 nutrition-related disorder n Over 60% of Americans are overweight

30 Obesity and Overweight n Obesity is the #1 nutrition-related disorder n Over 60% of Americans are overweight n Obesity among children and adolescents is epidemic

31 Overweight-Related Disorders n Heart Disease n Diabetes n Stroke n Hypertension n Gallbladder n Osteoarthritis n Some cancers DANGER OVERWEIGHT

32 Who is at Risk? n Abdominal Obesity Men – waist > 40 inches, or waist is larger than hips Women – waist > 35 inches, or waist is greater than 80% the size of hips n Altered blood lipids (fats) High triglycerides High cholesterol Low HDL level

33 Who else is at Risk? n High Blood Pressure n Insulin resistance ( glucose intolerance) n Blood Clotting Tendency n Pro-inflammatory state – Arthritis, Allergies etc.

34 Weight Loss Does Not Always Lead to Better Health Weight changes dont evaluate Body Fat % or Muscle Mass; therefore they dont reveal if change resulted in a loss or gain of Body Fat or in a loss or gain of Muscle Mass.

35 Bioelectric Impedance n Measures body composition –Lean Muscle Mass –Total Body Fat –Total Body Water – Hydration Status –Intracellular Water –Extra-cellular Water

36 Bio Impedance Analysis (BIA)

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40 Therapeutic Lifestyle Approach n Nutrition n Exercise n Stress Management

41 Healthy Lifestyle n Live your life as if your health depends on it… because it does!

42 Healthy Lifestyle n Add Life to your Years versus Years to your Life

43 Exercise for Life

44 n Being physically active helps you feel good, boost metabolism, reduce the effects of chronic stress and premature aging.

45 Exercise for Life n Being physically active helps you feel good, boost metabolism, reduce the effects of chronic stress and premature aging. n Physical activity is one of the most important things you can do to add more life to your years.

46 Four Principles for Being Active for Life

47 n Create variety, make it fun and simple

48 Four Principles for Being Active for Life n Create variety, make it fun and simple n Can do attitude

49 Four Principles for Being Active for Life n Create variety, make it fun and simple n Can do attitude n Enjoy the Journey

50 Four Principles for Being Active for Life n Create variety, make it fun and simple n Can do attitude n Enjoy the Journey n Focus on progress, not perfection

51 Why is Being Active Important?

52 n Decrease the Risk of Common Chronic Conditions

53 Why is Being Active Important? n Decrease the Risk of Common Chronic Conditions n Reverse the Effects of Aging on Body Composition

54 Why is Being Active Important? n Decrease the Risk of Common Chronic Conditions n Reverse the Effects of Aging on Body Composition n Increases Basal Metabolic Rate

55 Why is Being Active Important? n Decrease the Risk of Common Chronic Conditions n Reverse the Effects of Aging on Body Composition n Increases Basal Metabolic Rate n Maintain Metabolic Balance to Reduce Premature Aging

56 Decreases Risk of Common Chronic Conditions n Heart disease n Hypertension n Insulin resistance and diabetes n Arthritis n Depression, Anxiety Disorders n Cancer n Overweight/obesity n Osteoporosis n PMS EXERCISEEXERCISE RISKRISK

57 Effects of Aging on Body Composition n Body fat increases n Lean muscle mass decreases (referred to as sarcopenia) LEAN MASS BODY FAT

58 Exercise Effects on Body Composition n Body fat decreases n Lean muscle mass increases BODY FAT LEAN MASS EXERCISE >

59 Fitness – 3 Components n Aerobic – cardiovascular n Strength – Endurance a) Muscle b) Core (Trunk) n Flexibility - Recovery STRENGTH AEROBIC FLEXIBILITY

60 LifeStyle Program Stress Solutions

61 Stress – Health Impacts n Cardiovascular disease n Diabetes n Osteoporosis n Gastrointestinal disorders n Obesity n Cancer n Anxiety and depression DANGER STRESS

62 Managing Stress

63 n Good stress

64 Managing Stress n Good stress Bad stress

65 Managing Stress Positively

66 n Relaxation techniques

67 Managing Stress Positively n Relaxation techniques n Lifestyle strategies

68 Managing Stress Positively n Relaxation techniques n Lifestyle strategies n Exercise

69 Managing Stress Positively n Relaxation techniques n Lifestyle strategies n Exercise n Sleep

70 Managing Stress Positively n Relaxation techniques n Lifestyle strategies n Exercise n Sleep n Nutrients

71 Successful Stress Management n Benefits: –Reduces risk for chronic conditions –Helps control weight –Improves quality of life

72 Therapeutic LifeStyle Change Getting Back to Basics Do You Need a Little TLC?

73 Lifestyle Change – How? n It takes 45 days to change a habit or incorporate a new one

74 Program u 4 two hour Life Style Classes

75 LifeStyle Program Eating, Exercise, Energy & Metabolism

76 LifeStyle Program Exercise for Life

77 LifeStyle Program StressSolutions

78 SupermarketShopping

79 Real World Eating

80 LifeStyle Program Catalysts and Sparkplugs

81 LifeStyle Program Detoxification

82 Program u 4 two hour Life Style Classes u Receive FirstLine Therapy Guidebook

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85 Program u 4 two hour Life Style Classes u Receive FirstLine Therapy Guidebook u 4 Individual Consultations with Dr. Birdsley u 4 Bio Impedance Analysis (BIA)/Vitality Longevity Assessment (VLA)

86 Bio Impedance Assessment (BIA/VLA) Initial evaluation Week 2 evaluation Week 5 evaluation Week 8 Final evaluation

87 per week (8 weeks) 7.00 per day Is the Program Expensive? FirstLine Therapy TM n 4 Two Hour Group Classes n Book and Handouts n 4 BIA/VLA Tests n 4 Individual Consultations McDonalds ® n Big Mac Extra Value Meal $5.37 Carls, Jr. ® n Six Dollar Burger Value Combo $5.81 Starbucks ® n Venti Latte $3.61 n Frappuchino $4.26

88 Good Health Doesnt Cost it Pays!

89 Closing the Gap Intentions Actions

90 Closing the Gap Intentions Actions Commitment

91 Closing the Gap Intentions Actions Commitment Support

92 Closing the Gap Intentions Actions Commitment Support Resources

93 My Personal Guarantee If for any reason, you feel that you have not received you moneys worth, I will make it good to you.

94 LifeStyle Program Youre Doing the Right Thing

95 Thank You For Your Time and Interest! If you have any questions, please gives me a call or me at If you have any questions, please gives me a call or me at


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