Posts Tagged ‘hormones’

 

How we Work at BodyCHEK Explained by Paul Chek

Most of you will know that I have extensively studied with Paul Chek and that I am a member of The CHEK Institute Faculty, teaching the institute’s Advanced Training Programmes. In the video below, Paul Chek describes (in a lot of detail) how we assess clients and the importance of doing such detailed assessments to […]

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The A-Z of Prolapsed Lumbar Discs – Part 4

In Part 3, I explained what you can do to minimise micro-trauma of your discs from a biomechanical perspective and therefore, help to prevent a disc prolapse. In this post, I will explain tissue healing rates and how that affects your lumbar discs. If you look at the green line on the graph, it represents […]

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The A-Z of Prolapsed Lumbar Discs – Part 4

In Part 3, I explained what you can do to minimise micro-trauma of your discs from a biomechanical perspective and therefore, help to prevent a disc prolapse. In this post, I will explain tissue healing rates and how that affects your lumbar discs. If you look at the green line on the graph, it represents […]

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Hormones & Fat Loss – Part 2

OK, in Part 1 of “Hormones & Fat Loss”, I discussed the role Leptin plays in controlling hunger and how sugars may cause Leptin resistance and over-eating and fat gain. In this post, I will be discussing the role of insulin… Insulin is a hormone produced by the Pancreas to help regulate carbohydrate and fat […]

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Hormones & Fat Loss

Following on from my last blog, I thought I would delve into more detail about the relationship between hormones and fat loss. I always inform my clients that you have to get healthy to lose weight, not lose weight to get healthy. And getting healthy includes balancing the body’s systems including achieving optimal levels of […]

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  • FINALLY…TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER POSTURE

    Top UK CHEK Practitioner and Health Coach Leigh Reveals Insider Secrets The Orthopedic Surgeons Don’t Want You to Know.
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