Your genes are not your fate - food, and how it affects your health!

Event Details

Your genes are not your fate - food, and how it affects your health!

Time: September 10, 2014 from 8pm to 9pm
Location: The White House Community Centre
Street: 45 The Avenue, TW12 3RN
City/Town: Hampton
Website or Map: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e…
Phone: 03333 444 679
Event Type: talk, :o)
Organized By: Adam Stevens
Latest Activity: Sep 10, 2014

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Event Description

Intelligent Eating® is proud to be new to the community in Hampton and would like to bring you a very special evening of relaxed and friendly information on food, and diet.

Come along with just an open mind, leave with a wealth of new knowledge and a fantastic free goodie bag :o) 

Whilst the subjects talked about will be serious, this will be a light hearted fun evening!!!

Whether your goals for the future are being in optimal long term health, management of a chronic disease or even just losing a few pounds, your diet is likely to play the most influential role.

Each and every day we consume food, drinks and snacks.  

These products we consume have profound effects on our health.

If you have a genuine interest in your health, please do read on.....

 ....You are not, except in very very rare cases, predisposed to get,

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Obesity
  • High cholesterol
  • Most cancers
  • Hypertension
  • Stroke
  • Sleep apnea
  • Acid reflux
  • Acne or eczema
  • Food allergies
  • and several others..
 
We often describe these as the diseases of affluence as they are commonly seen in western countries, where affluence is seen.
 
Another name is NCD's - which means non communicable diseases.
 
Now,
 
There are peer reviewed long term unbiased studies that provide us with truly enlightening science.
 
We now have enough data that it has become irrefutable to ignore it. By addressing the cause of these awful diseases, rather than only addressing symptoms, you are able to halt the progression - and quite frankly, in many cases, reverse it.
 
And the best part is that the benefits improve with time, and the only side effects are positive!
 
For example,  Cheryl Greenlee who was a type 2 diabetic implemented the information given and reversed her diabetes within 12 days, got off all her medications and lost 4kg of excess fat in the process.
 
Similarly, a reduction in cholesterol of over 30% in a month is typical.
 
The results we are seeing are dramatic, but you have to understand the mechanisms by which these illnesses thrive, and the psychology of our behaviour,  before you understand the food - that is the purpose of the talk.
 
This event is for anyone who wants to understand more about the relationship between food and disease, however, it is especially useful for anyone who has a concern over their long term health, is a type 2 diabetic, hypertensive, has high cholesterol or has any form of vascular disease, including coronary disease.

It was Hippocrates, over 2000 years ago who said "let food be thy medicine", yet we seem to have diverged from this path - perhaps because the latest drug or surgical procedure is more exciting for the media, or surgeon, and more lucrative for those behind it.

Often people think controlling their health destiny is through the National Health Service, or a drug, or procedure - and in certain situations those can be lifesaving, yet the reality is that the biggest influence on your long term health is on the end of your fork.

 

You will come away from the evening understanding:

  • What the diseases of affluence are.
  • How you make decisions about food, psychologically and biologically.
  • What nutrition actually is.
  • How to read food labels (very few people understand this correctly).
  • What the food industry doesn’t want you to know.

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