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Welcome Birdsley Health & Wellness Center Galen Birdsley, D.C. 1360 South Main Street SLC, Utah 84115 801-467-7141 www.birdsleychiro.com email@example.com
LifeStyle Program For Better Health Now and For a Lifetime
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Critical Changes n 25% more Fats n Snack Foods full of empty calories n Highly processed foods – Devitalized n Fake Foods
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
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
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
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
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
Diabetes n Incidence - over 17 million people n 151,000 under age 20 n $98 Billion
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?
Obesity and Overweight n Obesity is the #1 nutrition-related disorder
Obesity and Overweight n Obesity is the #1 nutrition-related disorder n Over 60% of Americans are overweight
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
Overweight-Related Disorders n Heart Disease n Diabetes n Stroke n Hypertension n Gallbladder n Osteoarthritis n Some cancers DANGER OVERWEIGHT
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
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.
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.
Bioelectric Impedance n Measures body composition –Lean Muscle Mass –Total Body Fat –Total Body Water – Hydration Status –Intracellular Water –Extra-cellular Water
n Being physically active helps you feel good, boost metabolism, reduce the effects of chronic stress and premature aging.
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.
n Decrease the Risk of Common Chronic Conditions
Why is Being Active Important? n Decrease the Risk of Common Chronic Conditions n Reverse the Effects of Aging on Body Composition
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
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
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
Effects of Aging on Body Composition n Body fat increases n Lean muscle mass decreases (referred to as sarcopenia) 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 LEAN MASS BODY FAT
Exercise Effects on Body Composition n Body fat decreases n Lean muscle mass increases BODY FAT LEAN MASS EXERCISE------------->
Fitness – 3 Components n Aerobic – cardiovascular n Strength – Endurance a) Muscle b) Core (Trunk) n Flexibility - Recovery STRENGTH AEROBIC FLEXIBILITY
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)
Bio Impedance Assessment (BIA/VLA) Initial evaluation Week 2 evaluation Week 5 evaluation Week 8 Final evaluation
392.00 49.00 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
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