hello and welcome to the Bowman college
wellness program you’re receiving class 1 Eating for Health this is the first class in for which will give you the holistic
nutrition basics I’m your presenter ivy hunter a
registered nurse and certified nutrition consultant and I’m working on my board
certification in holistic nutrition I was trained with Bauman college graduates at the nutrition consultant
training program are trained to work with individuals families and groups to
provide personal community in Clinical Nutrition Services nutrition consultants work in private
practice and are in conjunction with health care professionals such as
doctors chiropractors acupuncturists physical and mental health therapist as
well as wellness or recovery centers and
integrative medical clinics many graduates also teach courses give talks on nutrition or write articles and books for publication other
opportunities include working in clinics private schools spas, food stores, health clubs, fitness
programs and supplement companies nutrition consulting graduates are
sufficiently trained and certified to work in some positions for preventative hell care fields funded either by
government insurance carriers and or private business. To learn more
about becoming in nutrition consultant Visit WWW.baumancollege.org/programs/nutrition-consultant in this class is taught to Roman car
insurance program you’re learning concepts eating for health and meet
nutrition bandits and heroes you will understand the four levels of eating and
identify were your present diet most consistently falls below your needs. you will learn how to keep track of
their choices and notice attitude pertaining to making changes and by taking this class you also agree to a liability waiver the class does not
substitute for medical care and you agree to release all liability from the
presenter here on out what is eating for healthy eating for
health is way of life, it reflects a relationship to food based on
consciousness gratitude sound science and positive and energy. and stated by Ed Bauman, Master of
education PhD Bauman college has been serving over 25
years in service as of 2014 here’s the nutrition essentials and tear
lower right you can see the eating for health mandala this is pretty much your it pyramid
now you can mention that the smaller
sections in the middle are smaller portions and the larger and
larger ring on the outside its larger portions the
foods and beverages we ingest we r what we assimilate, not what we eat it’s
really we are what we absorb, so we take a look
at macronutrients micronutrients phytonutrients, beverages and vital factors. macro nutrients such
as protein fats carbohydrates provide our primary fuel micro nutrients such as vitamins
minerals and enzymes nourish us and provide necessary
cofactors for our metabolic processes phytonutrients such as alkaloids in
plants are potent anti-oxidants they help balance our
neural and hormonal systems and beverages such as pure water mineral broths,
herbal teas fresh juices for nursing and hydrating vital factors include light, air, water, touch, and love – things we
should not without nutrition Heroes – let’s meet our
nutrition heroes real food to grow real healthy cells we
have organic whole foods we have diversified, seasonal and
local foods we have pure beverages and our method is tailored strategically to
individual tastes needs and situations think soul sees no organic unadulterated local
foods. in whole organic foods, it emphasizes
plant foods they are fresh, unrefined, they have
better flavor you carry more nutrients they’re free of
toxic chemicals when we think diversified seasonal and
local rethinking a variety providing different
nutrients in different ratios from different plants we think of local produce in season
which is fresher and at its peak its got the highest
nutrient levels and when we think pure beverages, you
actually want to think of her often as well like a half a cup each waking hour is
recommended this trickled flow of pure beverages starting upon awakening is a very important strategic approach so let’s get into tailoring to your individual tastes needs and
situation through a consult this is provided
one-on-one through Bauman nutrition consultant
graduate now eating for health as design true Buaman
college let’s look at the food groups this is
very important this is a key component for healthy choices and holistic nutrition we have are different food groups such as seeds
and oils nuts, fats, protein from vegetable or meet milk and legumes. Now when we think of seeds of the flax seeds: chia hemp, pumpkin, sesame, and sunflower seeds –
all very healthy seeds in there so many other seats I just haven’t listed them all here. each has its own individualized effect its own health benefiting, health-promoting,
balancing effect. Then lets look at some of the nuts:
almonds Brazil nuts, cashews, hazel nuts, macadamia
nuts, pecans, and walnuts many of these nuts carry vital micro-nutrients and minerals that are so important to our helth
whether you eat meat or not are an essential part of our daily food groups. Then lets think the
fats the oils. We can get oils from Flax, hemp, olive, coconut, red palm nut oils and
so many other or else i just haven’t listed them all here we can also get fats from butter and
Ghee, refined portion butter fats also come from a variety of other
sources I haven’t listed them all here now protein from vegetable or meet when you thinking of getting
protein you just wanna make sure it’s organic if it’s meat it’s got to be pasture raised
local meats are free of nitrates and hormones as long as they
haven’t been processed now let’s cover milks milks includes cultured foods which can be a
keifer along with enriched milks all milks
should be organic Vegan Milk options include a variety of
things so many more options than just cows or
goats you have hemp milk, chocolate hazelnut milk homemade Brazil nut milk, rice almond milk, coconut milk and soy milk, just to name a few. Then we have are legumes food group.These cover and include beans such as black beans garbanzo beans adzuki beans mung beans and lentils each with its own health promoting benefits the beans also include things like soybeans tempe, and miso. things that are processed
and made from beans this can also be found in this food group. lets cover some more here we have our carbohydrates group in our carbohydrates group we have different sections such as leafy vegetables crunchy
vegetables unrefined starches and seasonal fruit in a leafy vegetable
section just to name a few beat Greens, Bok Choi, Brussels sprouts
cabbage, chard, collards, dandelion greens, kale, lettuce,
mustard greens and spinach in our crunchy vegetable section we can
look and see that beats raw or cooked can be in our crunchy
section broccoli raw carrots cauliflower, celery, cucumber,
green beans onions, peppers, summer squash, turnips just to name a few are on refined
starches include whole grains like amaranth barley, corn including polenta and rice we also have brown Japonica, and wild rice. and millet. Millet, oats, quinoa, and wheat like whole wheat spelt or
Kamut now there’s also the vegetables under un
refined starches and that could be the cook beets, the carrots that are cooked potatoes, winter squash, yams, and sweet
potatoes under the seasonal fruit section we have Spring fruits, like blueberries, cherries
citrus and strawberry summer fruits like berries, figs, melons
and stone fruits fall foods, like apples, grapes, and pears persimmons and pomegranates and winter
fruits like citrus and kiwi just to name a few these are all
individually chosen from your nutrition consultant to meet
your specific health needs each one has its own health-promoting
benefits let’s cover some booster foods here in our booster foods section this is
an important part of our food groups. we have seaweed, algaes, cultured foods,
nutritional yeast, spices and herbs from the kitchen in our seaweed group you can have it for
example these provide minerals and amino acids, and just for an example we have kelp, dulse, wakame, nori Hijiki, and agar agar, in our algae group we get protein from algae, we get vitamins
trace minerals carotonoids, and amino acids each different algae with its own
health-promoting benefit algae that comes from Klamath Lake blue green
algae we also have Spirulina and red
marine algae culture foods include raw fermented vegetables, yogurt, kiefer things like sauerkraut, kimchee, Kombucha just to name a few are so many more in
in our Booster foods we have nutritional yeast which is a
source B vitamins very good for stress it has amino acids
trace minerals including chromium helps balance
the blood sugar and it has selenium. in in our spices and
herbs section this is the pharmacy of the kitchen they add flavor and health there’s a great benefit to adding them
to food and some of the favorites are things
like basil cardamom Cayenne cilantro cinnamon garlic ginger oregano parsley rosemary time and turmeric each with its own health
promoting benefit some other nutrition bandits are listed
here summer very common like refined carbohydrates refined sugars these are ingredients in many different
products found on the shelves white flower especially but most all our products, rancid oils stripped nutrients that negatively
affect blood sugar and foods that can inhibit thyroid function from refined
carbohydrates then there’s the refined sugars like
high fructose corn syrup excess sugar of any kind, excess sugar
causing blood sugar imbalances sharp rises followed by steep fall leading to
obesity hypoglycemia and diabetes refined
sugars offer calories only they’re not offering
any supporting vitamins and minerals or co factors. they can be acid forming typically they always are acid forming
flushing minerals from the body instead of allowing them to stay put and
they can contribute to emotional imbalances, hyper activity
dental cavities weakened immunity and yeast overgrowth in
the body they also promote the growth of cancerous cells. these are just a few the
nutrition bandits let’s go on to more here we are with more nutrition health bandits we have artificial sweeteners and bad fats so these really steal what you’ve
already got going good in your body. artificial sweeteners can
also cause obesity despite the lack of calories, the brain
can’t tell it’s not sugar so we still launch the same response. it can reach increased eating no
signals satiety. sucralose is a chlorinated sugar that can be toxic no
long-term studies have been done to prove it’s safe Splenda is not sucralose, its first two gradients are sugar its sugar alcohol 1 teaspoon contain 16
calories one calorie more than 1 teaspoon of
sugar and after a few months the body’s
actually in many cases able to identify and create an enzyme that will break it down similar and the same as sugar so it can be used sugar
and stored in fat cells as sugar. And we have bad fats, we have fats that have
been exposed to heat light and air. oxidized, natural fats even. we have hydrogenated oils
that creates trans-fats. and both of these types of fats make
free radicals they damage our cell membranes they slowed
metabolism and the harm the brain here’s a little more health bandits and this is our final
slide includes commercial meat and dairy pesticides in tap water the commercial
meat and dairy can contain hormones and antibiotics they’re always fed genetically modified
corn and soy and this concentrates pesticide residue. The genetically modified
corn and soy are modified to allow more
pesticide use so they get twice as much pesticides and they are
concentrating it in their meat that can lead to allergies and food
intolerances it can also contribute to
sluggish liver a backlog of toxins, nervous
problems immune system and imbalances and
antibiotic resistance is passed on from the Cows to you. pesticides, more than 2.5 million
tons of pesticides are applied to the worlds food and animal feed products yearly these pesticides are toxic 250 single chemicals are used as pesticides in United States because pesticides are designed to
kill living organisms they are a possible threat to all living
organisms including humans, animals and the
environment. tap water which contains chlorine to kill bacteria
includes killing the good bacteria in your gut and
chlorine can double the risk of bladder and rectal
cancer now its cover the four levels eating level 1 we start off here just as
children and we eat for pleasure we are impulsive which is a little
immature we maximize pleasure and minimize pain its all about immediate gratification we
reach for refined foods like cookies and ice
cream candies maybe we have excessive alcohol coffee, or chocolate and this can also, level
one eating for pleasure, can be eating to emotionally please us in response to
stress level 2 eating for energy this could be when we are going out and our blood sugar regulation drives our food
choices were feeling low in sugar 00 so we need
some candy or foods chosen to allay hunger so you go
out to a big Mac burgers and burritos are common choices
for level 2 eating for energy quality is not really issue its quantity
it’s satiety, its it’s something a large
meal fast its high acid forming typically allergy
inducing and clogging to the liver. its a level two eating for energy is
unconcerned with the ecological impact of you’re food
choices Here we are at level 3 eating for recovery this
is and inevitable cumulative effect
level 1 and level 2 eventually everyone becomes aware of a need to eat a good diet and they eat recovery they go on a diet
formulation like the Atkins the Zone Diet, Weight Watchers, ornish, raw
food, diet combining or blood typing, and they do it
because they’re feeling the ill health effects at level 1 and level 2
eating. the positive effects of the diets eventually diminish and yes level 3 eating is much more mature than
levels one and level 2 but it can become tiresome, it can be
hard to do, it can be judgmental and supplement
driven. level Four Eating for Health is a lifelong
learning about Optimum Nutrition it’s similar to level 3 in that it is a
dietary formulation but it’s more similar to the food
pyramid or something that is allows choice and
is not judgmental it allows for your personal choice you choose from healthy organic foods in
you eat in moderation it’s very simple the care and preparation and presentation should is also a
consideration when the it is understood, appreciated
and instrument to personal healing and sharing with the community here’s an example of the omnivores perfect main meal through eating for
Health we have a picture here that has some lean protein, the ocean fish shown here or it could be tofu six
ounces you have a picture here showing a little bit a avocado in there with a
salad imagine covered in olive oil dressing you have un refined carbohydrates the
brown rice and the leafy greens colorful crunchy vegetables off to the
side, mixed with herbs and a little bit of herbs sprinkled on top. behind there water or tea and you’re sitting in a feeling and the state of mind of
peace and love This is beautiful the choices and habits. food choices are what you eat the example is; are you reading Whole Foods or fast foods, refined or comfort foods your habit is how you eat. So now, are you chewing well are you eating slowly are you talking
while you eat are you hungry who sit down to your meal or are you eating for comfort now let’s cover a little bit of keeping
track because this is something I want you to start doing right away keep a dietary Journal get a little book or a just record just the facts your journal it is really going to
require you to write down how much you ate when
you ate, where you were when you were eating you
in your bedroom where you at the kitchen table on where you are in the restaurant. who
are you eating with and why did you eat so it could just be I ate because it was
breakfast or I ate because it was lunch. Or I ate because I
was hungry, or I had a midnight snack because I couldn’t
get to sleep. and the accountability helps build
self-awareness so number one is you are going to practice
this level of self-awareness by keeping this
journal it is personal it’s really subjective you have situational notes in there and
things nobody else is gonna read you can include quantities but it’s more
qualitative so it’s including not just how much but
when, where who and why and there are forms for both of these activities for you to
use in your workbook what I provide to my
nutrition clients otherwise you can just get a simple
record keeper just a simple plain piece a paper and start writing it down start keeping
a journal just staple the pages on as they go or track it in your Kindle And in Review so let’s discuss the
concepts eating for health, meeting your nutrition
heroes and bandits eating for health is a way of living its
conscious living. your not just focused on
carbohydrates proteins and fats but you’re much more detailed have you
different food groups including proteins nuts, and seeds, booster foods fruits vegetables that include crunchy
vegetables and leafy vegetables starchy vegetables, whole grains and fluids. your heroes and bandits as we
covered our food choices things that either your
help and build your cells or take away from your health removing
minerals depleting the body giving empty calories and becoming trapped as a liver backlog getting trapped in your fat cells. we have covered understanding four
levels of eating and identifying were your present diet most consistently falls below your needs. and it’s important to think about
what level your’e on have you been eating for pleasure, have
you been eating for health, or somewhere in between have you tried other diets perhaps
you’re at level three new really ready to break free of all the judgmental constraints of other diets and begin saying OK I’m going to begin Eating for Health I’m not going to be just this
or just that or stick to only fruit because that’s
what I say I’ll do there’s no constraints there’s no being tied down a chain to one
particular way eating it’s really understanding
that what I need at this moment based on metabolic testing based on my nutrition consulting based on the things my body needs and my dietary
analysis which shows me my deficiencies in certain
areas and you can look at the food journal to analyze what you’ve been
eating and actually once you get familiar
with eating for health you’ll see we’re missing a few things
you can add those foods in so that you stay balanced for years and years and we’ve covered learning how to keep track food choices
noticing attitude pertaining to making changes so really becoming accountable the
attitude an attitude of accountability and gratitude and we’re going to
keeping track the choices so that you can become accountable and have that list to look back on. you can keep track of your food choices
it’s also important when you are just starting off for the the first time, and it could be very very important just
starting off in the first three days to a week especially because you’re going to be
noticing for those bandits are popping up in your Journal and you could see that boy
I’ve been choosing more bandits then heroes and just noticing that is bringing you up to
such a good level accountability you can start
making changes and thinking; okay I always cheese french
fries what else can i choose Tthis is going to be your foundation
in back bone for the class. now I’ve given you quite a bit to think
about what I want to thank you for being here and having me for this time when taking the
time to invest in yourself by getting your food Journal together and
beginning your log your journey your journey starts today please join me
for a second class where I cover more in detail those carbohydrates that are so good and enriching for health
specifics and I’ll go into great detail and more in our
next class so, thank you again and I look forward to you joining us in the future. Contact me online at www.hunter-nutrition.com where you can see more videos and sign up for my class mailing list to receive further free educational videos.

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