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Savvy Wellness Concepts

The Savvy Lifetime Wellness Program helps you discover how to dramatically reduce your family’s incidence of illness and simply feel better in your day-to-day life. Our experience shows that when you decrease your exposure to toxins, and then increase nutritional uptake and ensure your body’s detox pathways are open – you begin to approach optimal wellbeing in a very short space of time!

When you combine the Eat Savvy program in conjunction with the following ninety nutrient strategy and an overall lifestyle management philosophy (as indicated by this wellness wheel), you can say goodbye to poor energy levels, skin conditions, poor sleep patterns, frequent infections and many other common complaints! You will not only look and feel great – you can even reverse disease! 

You can read up on our Eat Savvy Dietary Program here. It’s really about helping your body function naturally, as nature intended it – without need for drugs and surgery. Sound too good to be true? Why not CLICK HERE and take the time to do a search for some savvy people’s ‘testimonials’, you’ll be glad you did.

However every one of the programs list below have a focus on nutritional saturation, and there are many people who believe that we should be getting everything we need in our diet. Unfortunately, research shows that this has not been possible in developed countries, for almost a century. I believe that most people, when they understand the issue, soon realise they can benefit from supplementing on a regular basis.

So what’s all this about nutrition?

If you were to read what NervePainRemedies.com says, you’d know that every day, your body produces skin, muscle, and bone. It churns out rich red blood that carries nutrients and oxygen to remote outposts, and it sends nerve signals skipping along thousands of miles of brain and body pathways. It also formulates chemical messengers that shuttle from one organ to another, issuing the instructions that help sustain your life.

But to do all this, your body requires some raw materials, a point verified by the Harvard Help Guide. These include at least 20 vitamins, 60 minerals and trace elements, 12 essential amino acids, 3-4 essential fatty acids and many other dietary components that your body needs but cannot manufacture on its own. Indeed many of these nutrients are formed by the healthy microiome in your gut.

1. Vitamins and Minerals: Vitamins and minerals are often called micronutrients because your body needs only tiny amounts of them. Yet failing to get even those small quantities virtually guarantees disease. Vitamins and minerals are required for everything from building our physical bodies to blood coagulation and energy production. Most of the vitamins and all of the minerals required for optimal health are classified as essential, which means when you are lacking any one substance, it can lead to disease.

Vitamins and minerals are considered essential nutrients—because acting in concert, they perform hundreds of roles in the body. They help shore up bones, heal wounds, and bolster your immune system. They also convert food into energy, and repair cellular damage.

2. Amino Acids:  Protein is the building block of all life and is essential for the growth of cells and tissue repair. Proteins are the “workhorse” molecules of life, taking part in essentially every structure and activity of life. They are building materials for living cells, appearing in the structures inside the cell and within the cell membrane. They carry oxygen, they build tissue, they copy DNA for the next generation – they do all the work in any organism.

Our bodies are built from proteins that are constructed with eight basic building blocks called essential amino acids and twelve other amino acids. While many of the proteins are structural proteins, many are regulatory proteins called enzymes. Proteins can do just about everything required to produce an organism. To build a protein we need to build a long chain of amino acids. There are 20 different types of amino acids, so there are lots of different protein chains we can build.

These 20 amino acids combine in different ways to make up the 100,000 or so different proteins in the human body. Some of these proteins are in solution in the blood and other fluids of the body, and some are in solid form as the framework of tissue, bone and hair. Shipman, et al. suggests that they make up about 75% of the dry weight of our bodies.

3. Antioxidants:  Every day our bodies are bombarded with pollution, pesticides and numerous other toxins, and this creates many of the destructive free radicals in our bodies. Antioxidants are important because they are our only defense against free-radical damage.

The body’s trillion or so cells face formidable threats, from lack of food to infection with a virus. Another constant threat comes from nasty chemicals called free radicals. They are capable of damaging cells and genetic material. The body generates free radicals as the inevitable byproducts of turning food into energy. Others are in the food you eat and the air you breathe. Some are generated by sunlight’s action on the skin and eyes.

Free radicals come in many shapes, sizes, and chemical configurations, but we aren’t defenceless against them. The body, long used to this relentless attack, makes scads of molecules that quench free radicals as surely as water douses fire. We also extract free-radical fighters from food and there are hundreds, probably thousands, of different substances that can act as antioxidants.. These defenders are often lumped together as “antioxidants.” They work by generously giving electrons to free radicals without turning into electron-scavenging substances themselves.

4. Essential Fatty Acids:  These are fats necessary within the human body. Though you’ve probably often heard the word “fats” and associated it with bad health, there are some essential fatty acids that are necessary for your survival. Without them, you could cause serious damage to different systems within the body. The human body can manufacture most of the fats it needs, including cholesterol which the liver and other tissues can manufacture from saturated fats, and some fatty acids. Omega-3 and omega-6 are the essential fatty acids, or the good fats, that are essential for optimal cellular health.

They are called “essential” fats for good reason. The human body needs them for many functions, from building healthy cells to maintaining brain and nerve function. Our bodies can’t produce them. The only source is food. There’s also growing evidence that they help lower the risk of heart disease. Some studies suggest these fats may also protect against type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and age-related brain decline.

It has been estimated that the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in the diet of early humans was 1:1, but the ratio in the typical Western diet is now almost 10:1 due to increased use of vegetable oils rich in LA as well as reduced fish consumption. Because of this out-of-preportion ratio, a large body of scientific research suggests that increasing the relative abundance of dietary omega-3 fatty acids may have a number of health benefits.

5. Anti-inflammatory Compounds: Chronic inflammation has been recently associated with almost every major detrimental process in human health. Anti-inflammatory compounds are our only protection and line of defence. Unfortunately, anti-inflammatory prescription medications have some of the worst side effects for prescription drugs, so we recommend you ask us about the natural alternatives that can help your body function optimally.

Here are some Savvy Health Programs

Your body can start to heal once you stop doing what’s causing the problem in the first place; if you stop consuming the food that contributed to the blockages in your arteries or overloading your liver and kidneys, your body will have a better chance of rebooting and recovering. By incorporating healthy foods into your diet that contain protective and preventive nutrients, and by using specific programs that includes supplementing with advanced formulas to make up for any nutritional deficiencies of modern foods, many people have turned their health around.

The Healthy Heart Challenge
With cardiovascular problems and heart disease now the leading cause of death (1 Australian dies every 10 minutes from cardiovascular related problems) wouldn’t it be nice to know what to do to ‘stack the odds’ in your favour and reduce your overall risk? We know you’ve heard it all before … lose weight, reduce cholesterol and blood pressure, exercise and eat properly. Why then do people who are super fit with low cholesterol and blood pressure still die unexpectedly from heart disease and stroke?

Perhaps they were missing a piece of the puzzle? If you’re ready for a ‘different take’ on creating a ‘Healthy Heart’ and cardiovascular system and reducing your overall risk – you owe it to yourself and your family to: take the Healthy Heart Challenge. This simple program can assist in: releasing toxins; improving your blood-pressure and cholesterol; improving energy, vitality and circulation (no more cold hands & feet).

Cellular Detoxification Program
Have you been feeling lethargic, run-down, depressed, moody or just plain ‘old and achy’? Have you had trouble with body odour, headaches, weight gain, allergies and foggy thinking? Then the Savvy Cellular Detoxification Program could be for you!

Your body is always cleansing, but today’s nutritionally poor foods plus your daily exposure to toxicity – overloads the natural processes so your body stores toxins rather than eliminating them effectively. With the Savvy Cellular Detoxification Program, you’ll learn how to gently detoxify your body and reduce the incidence of a myriad of health disorders that plague people every day.

You’ll learn how to: turn off the ‘toxic tap’; open your body’s major detoxification pathways; use nutrition to pull toxins out of your cells. This simple and effective program helps you slow ageing, improve your health and look and feel years younger. (Other programs may need to be completed first)

Looking For Some Anti-Ageing Secrets?
Are you looking for: better memory; more vitality and energy; getting rid of those moody blues; more bounce in your step; more youthful skin; eliminating exhaustion or niggling aches and pains; avoiding some of the common ailments of ‘old age’? The Savvy Anti-Ageing Program combines ancient wisdom and modern research to bring you solutions to slow ageing, improve vitality, reduce illness and help you get more out of life.

Interested in Rapid Fat Loss?
The ‘Rapid Fat Loss’ program gives rapid fat loss and all over detoxification – it helps you get rid of those love handles and be fully energised and radiant! Reshape your body in record time using this well-balanced, wholistic approach to weight management.

Whether you need to lose a few kilos or a lot more – this program will help you shed fat, detox your body, improve your health, reset your metabolism, fit into those smaller clothes you’ve hung on to . . . and maintain your new ‘normal’ weight for a healthier future. It’s fast, safe and effective – with free support and training!

Further Reading:

1 World Health Organisation. Fruit, vegetables and NCD disease prevention. September 2003, pg 1.

2 Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne. The burden of brittle bones: epidemiology, costs and burdens of osteoporosis in Australia (2007), pg 6

3 Heart Foundation (2009) Summary of evidence: Dietary fats and dietary cholesterol for cardiovascular health, pg 9

4 National Health and Medical Research Council. Nutrient Reference Guidelines for Australia and New Zealand. 2005, pg 2

5 NHMRC, (2003), Dietary Guidelines for Australian Adults, pg 133-151

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