Presentation on theme: "The Six Key Factors To Health and Longevity E-Z Datas 2008 Client Partner Conference Hollywood, CA March 5, 2008 Karla Schmidt R.D.,C.N."— Presentation transcript:
The Six Key Factors To Health and Longevity E-Z Datas 2008 Client Partner Conference Hollywood, CA March 5, 2008 Karla Schmidt R.D.,C.N.
Building a Secure Financial Future Real Estate Blue Chip Stocks Growth Mutual Funds Variable Life and Annuities Conservative Equities Fixed Annuities Money Market Funds Muni Bonds, Mutual Funds Cash Certificate of Deposits Insurance Small cap. Intl equities Penny stocks
Building a Healthy, Disease-Free Future Processed Foods High Fat, Low Fiber Lack of Exercise, Overweight High Stress Level Consuming Alcohol 80/20 Theory of Eating Low Stress Level Positive Attitude Healthy Physical Environment Genetic Predisposition Regular Exercise Body Maintenance & Prevention Complete, Whole-Food Based Diet Drug Use Smoking Neglecting Symptoms
Overlapping The Pyramids Healthy, Disease-Free Active Money to travel Able to work if needed Pain free Mental clarity Independence Foundation High Risk Sickly Forced inactivity Lack $/health to travel Unable to work Chronic pain Senility, Alzheimers Years of dependency
Six Key Factors Which Influence Health & Longevity Most
Six Key Factors 1. Genetics 2. Physical Environment 3. Attitude 4. Nutrition 5. Exercise 6. Body Maintenance/Prevention
Genetics – The Bodys Blueprint The genetic susceptibility towards diseases i.e. cancer, diabetes, heart disease, etc. Only responsible for a small percentage of illnesses in individuals
Importance of Good Nutrition Unhealthful Diet Obesity Major Illnesses Shortened Life-Span Well-Balanced Whole-Food Low-Fat Diet Weight-Loss Maintenance Of Weight Optimum Health (Void of Illness)
Source: Centers for Disease Control. Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Analysis by The Lewin Group, Most prevalent cancers excluding lung cancer. 3 Assumes high blood pressure and high cholesterol 4 No data available Health Risks Increase with Weight
Nutritionally Balanced Food Plan
Eating For Health Complex Carbohydrates –40% whole-grain breads, cereals, brown rice, pasta, potatoes, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, and beans
Eating for Health Lean Proteins – 30% lean beef, lean pork, chicken & turkey (w/o skin), all fish, egg whites, low-fat yogurt, low-fat milk, low-fat cheese.