The Nutrition Science group
We are a group of passionate individuals involved in the health sciences living a healthy lifestyle ourselves. Our passion is spreading the word about low sugar, low glycemic index, high healthy fat eating in line with the now irrefutable scientific evidence showing that this approach helps the majority of people, especially if they are interested in losing weight, and dealing with type 2 diabetes either in a sub clinical or clinical form. We are also passionate about establishing a good population of gut bacteria, principally through supplying vegetable fibre in the diet. We have a diverse range of training in the sciences ( medical doctors, nutritionists, occupational therapists and even a veterinary surgeon)
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The Science of
There are 2 major factors in weight loss.
- Decreasing your calorie intake
- Reducing your sugar intake. This will in turn reduce your body’s need to produce insulin.Insulin turns on the “fat production factory” in your body. We have an epidemic of type II diabetes and that is just the tip of the “Health problem” iceberg.
Why have we got this problem?
Just as smoking was considered acceptable in the 1960s, despite the fact that scientists knew that it was causing cancer, we need to slowly educate and make people aware of the problems associated with obesity. We should make heroes out of people who are able to maintain a non obese state.
Why did I want to change?
If you have developed tiredness, brain fog, and you are becoming more and more overweight, it is time that you started “being in control” of your life. Modern medical advances are allowing us to live longer but we have to make sure that the last 10 to 20 years of our lives are healthy, not with alzheimers, diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
Reduce the 4 white poisons:
Bread, Pasta, Rice, Potato
Our Best Chance of Success
Just as smoking was considered acceptable in the 1960s, despite the fact that scientists knew that it was causing cancer, we need to slowly educate and make people aware of the problems associated with obesity. We should make heroes out of people who are able to maintain a non obese state. I am concerned to see that advertisements are now using people who are overweight.
Our Good Nutrition Programs are designed to help anyone who aspires to become healthy. We want to guide you on what right kind of foods to eat and even help you get in shape so you will feel more confident in your body.
If you’re searching on how to achieve a healthy lifestyle but you are not sure how you’re going to do it, our good nutrition programs is definitely for you!
WHO WE ARE
We are happy, inspired, and invigorated individuals living a healthy lifestyle.
Meet the people that can help you achieve good nutrition and complete confidence!
Dr. John Stewart
Dr. John Stewart after being diagnosed as pre-diabetic, decided to take charge of his life by starting to eat healthy. He has been rewarded with now normal fasting blood glucose values and a Body Mass Index of 22. He is an advocate of intermittent fasting and finds his periods in ketosis bring him improved mental clarity. He was a sweet toothed, chocaholic lover of high glycemic index foods ( eg bread,rice, pasta, potatoe) which made the transition to a healthy diet quite difficult for him. His family had a history of diabetes which made him even more determined to change his eating habits. He has spent thousands of hours looking at the latest nutrition research and interacting with scientists and healthcare workers. His training in nutrition, physiology, pathology, microbiology and pharmacology as a veterinarian has allowed him an appreciation of cross-species differences between humans and other mammals. He contributes his time to the nutrition science group unpaid
Katherine is a warrior for healthy eating, exercise and meditation. She is training to run her fourth half marathon this year. She is a registered occupational therapist. She finished dux of her class graduating with first class honours. She is a showjumping rider who as a teenager represented Australia at the World children's showjumping championships in the USA. Two significant injuries happened while this young rider was looking like she might be a potential Olympian. This setback taught her to cope with disappointment and helped her develop the resilience she exhibits today. In addition to riding horses, she runs, skis, swims, plays tennis, table tennis and works out at the Gymnasium. She is also very interested in mental health practices like meditation. She is very good at enthusing those around her. Katherine "walks the talk" re her lowcarb high healthy fat eating. She is a great role model and admired by her friends for overcoming the setbacks she has faced.