YOUR HEALTH STATUS

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30 - 45 minute non-invasive health assessment
8-14 health components assessed
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Fully clothed and in strict confidence
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1. Identify a possible health risk
2. Boost your health status awareness & future direction

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Relative Results, Ideal vs Risk
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OPENING TO TEST RESULTS
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HEART EFFICIENCY


The key reasons influencing heart rate.


1. Inactivity, Illness, & Weight-gain = >

2. Regular committed exercise & stress management = <


Ideal: ≤60bpm

Risky: ≥/80bpm
AERTEY
BLOOD PRESSURE


Two Key Reasons for Higher BP

1. Poor Blood Vessel Integrity [Narrow & Inflexible]

2. Emotional Stress [Sympathetic anxiety]

Ideal: 120/80

Risky: ≥145/ ≥95
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PULSE OXIMETRY (O2 SATURATION)


Two Key Reasons for 'good & bad' result.

1. Healthy activity

2. Illness and Sedentary lifestyles.

Ideal: 95-99%

Risky: ≤92%
LUNGS CAP
(FORCED) LUNG CAPACITY


Two Key influences

1. Regular activity (exercise)

2. Inactivity, Smoking, Poor posture

Ideal: M: ≥3.7L, F: ≥2,5L

Risky: M: ≤2.0L, F: ≤1.2L
HEMATOCRIT
HEMATOCRIT


Two Key influences

1. Consistent exercise & healthy diet.

2. Inactivity & Genetics

Ideal Hematocrit : M: 38.3-48.6%, F : 35.5-44.9%

FYI : Tour De France (Cheating) Cyclist : 62%.
GLUCOSE AIC
HbA1c BLOOD SUGAR


Two Key influences

1. Excessive carbohydrate consumption (refined)

2. Inactivity

Ideal: ≤5.1%

Risky: ≥6.5%, namely; Diabetes
CHOLESTEROL/ TR
CHOLESTEROL


Dietary Cholesterol, largely from animal products, makes critical hormones (e.g. Oest & Test), protects cells & nerves, & drives Vit D function.

The Liver produces more (blood) cholesterol when consuming excessive saturated fats & (bad) trans fats.

Too Low = ≤4.00 mmol/L
Too High = 6.5> mmol/L with Blood Glucose 6.0%>
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TRIGLYCERIDES

Triglycerides are potential energy blood 'fats' produced from excessive energy from food.

Excessive unused triglycerides are shuttled into body fat stores. When the body requires 'energy' like when exercising, it will break down stored fat back to triglycerides to be used as energy.

Ideal: ≤1.70 mmol/L

Risky: ≥2.50 mmol/L with Blood Glucose 6.5%>
ketones
KETONES

When limiting available dietary carbohyrates, the first choice energy fuel, the body will breakdown stored fat, triglycerides, into blood ketones and use this fuel for energy.

Ideal: 0.2-0.8 mmol/L with Blood Glucose 4.7-5.3%

Risky: ≤0.0 & ≥2.0 mmol/L both when registering Blood Glucose 6.5%>
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URIC ACID


Two Key influences

1. Excessive Alcohol, Fatty food, Processed Food.

2. Stress, Inactivity, Sugar.


Ideal: ≤6.0 mmol/L

Risky: 7.5≥ mmol/L
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YOUR SCALE WEIGHT


M = 48 kg for the first 152.4 cm + 1.1 kg for each additional cm.
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F = 45 kg for the first 152.4 cm + 0.9 kg for each additional cm.


Ideal: HAMWI Calculation

Risky: +8kg≥ HAMWI Calculation
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HRV [ECG BASED] STRESS TEST


Two Key influences

1. Lifestyle Mental & Emotional Stress

2. Regular Exercise & Fitting food choices


Ideal: 60≥/100

Risky: ≤50/100
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Some things you need energy for;

Breathing
Digesting
Sleeping
Hormone & Immune generation
Exercise: Structured & Incidental
ENERGY RESOURCE
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Why favour Fat 'Dominant' Burning Metabolism?

Endless enduring aerobic fitness
Robust immune system
Nutritious sleep
Longer appetite satiation (7hrs>)
** Living at 'ideal' weight & shape
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Typical Sugar 'Dominant' Burning Outcomes

Intermittent energy lulls
Higher vulnerbility for mental stress
Inefficient sleep/ recovery
Drawn towards food/ alc which drive up fat storage
Recurring inflammatory complaints
** Typically live heavier than ideal weight.
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Heart Rate Variability (HRV) testing is an accurate, non-invasive measurement of your Autonomic Nervous System (ANS).

ANS
Sympathetic (Fight & Flight) Stressed response
Parasympathetic (Calm & Collected) Balanced response

The ANS is influenced by; movement patterns, food choices, sleep quality and very much the perception and balance of lifestyle (mental & emotional) stress.

Unlike assessing your heart rate in total beats per minute (e.g., via a heart rate monitor), HRV looks much closer at the exact changes in time between successive heartbeats. This is also called inter-beat intervals, or RR intervals. The response to stress and the accompanying Biochemicals influence the RR intervals.

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LOWER HRV SCORING

* Harbouring repeated mental & emotional stress.
* Exercising harder than the current fitness can tolerate.
* Broken poor quality sleep.


HIGHER HRV SCORING

* Calm, collected, and the ability in dissociating from mental & emotional perceived stress.
* Exercising regularly at the appropriate intensity.
* Nutritious 5-Phase sleep.
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TYPICAL SYMPATHETIC STRESS SIGNS & BEHAVIOUR
LOWER HRV SCORING


◊ Lingering colds & flu,
◊ Niggling and abiding muscle & joint aches,
◊ Difficulty falling to sleep, and waking ‘around’ 1-3am - preventing a return to nutritious sleep,
◊ Lowering tolerance and interest in communication (at work & home),
◊ Lowering self-confidence, motivation and belief,
◊ Weight gain, usually around the stomach,
◊ Craving for sugary food,
◊ Being caught out of breath, easily!
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TYPICAL PARASYMPATHETIC COLLECTED SIGNS & BEHAVIOUR
HIGHER HRV SCORING


◊ Motivated for work,
◊ Interested in new tasks,
◊ Sleep solidly for 6-8hrs, including nutritious REM,
◊ Keen to exercise, and early in the day,
◊ Comfortable sitting for longer periods, if required,
◊ Regular bowel movements,
◊ Improved listening skills,
◊ Hunger satisfied for long periods.
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HRV SCORING/ 100

30-45: Vulnerable
46-55: OK
56-65: Well Balanced
65-80: Crushing it
81+: Tibetian Monk
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BODY

Your interest and outcome from action!

GUT

The outcome of your food choices.

MIND

Your perception of lifestyle stress.