Good shape and beautiful skin
Many women are affected by faster weight increase. For middle-aged women, what used to disappear after a few days with a bit of sport and self-restraint when eating, suddenly presses very stubbornly against the waistband of their favourite jeans.
In this phase of a women's life, overall metabolism slows down and the production of female hormones drops significantly. This results in unfamiliar fat deposits on problem zones, thighs, stomach and buttock, especially if there is no change in diet and activity levels.
This is where the HYPOXI-Method comes in, which tackles stubborn problem areas in a targeted fashion. An innovative combination of compression and vacuum treatment with moderate fat-burning training stimulates the circulation of the blood to problem areas and activates metabolism.
Menopause and Good Nutrition
In this phase, the right and balanced nutrition is the key for well being and a healthy body. Your certified Hypoxi-Coach will give valuable advice on the variety of foods to get all the nutrients you need to nourish your body, skin from the inside out, plus enhance the HYPOXI results. After one to two months of HYPOXI-Training with three 30-minute units per week, not only is there a lasting reduction in the size of the problem areas, but connective tissue is also strengthened, the skin is tighter and cellulite is reduced considerably.
What is good for relieving bloating?
-Rule Out Wheat Allergies or Lactose Intolerance
-Don't Eat Too Fast
-Don't Overdo Carbonated Drinks
-Don't Overdo Chewing Gum
-Watch Out for Sugar-Free Foods
-Go Slow with Beans and Gassy Vegetables
DID YOU KNOW?
It’s found that ginger helps speed digestion, which is important because if your stomach empties faster, gases can move more quickly into your small intestine to relieve discomfort and bloating.
Other herbs and spices that may provide gas relief include: Chamomile, peppermint tea and fennel tea.
Which Foods Cause Bloating ?
-Beans. Beans are a type of legume
-Lentils. Lentils are also legumes
-Carbonated Drinks. Another very common cause of bloating.
-Broccoli & other cruciferous vegetables
You Can Reduce Bloating If You:
ON NON HYPOXI DAYS
-Continue to drink 2/3 litres of water or fruit tea EVERY DAY. Sometimes hunger pangs are a sign of dehydration.
-Try to oven cook, steam or grill rather than fry food.
-Reduce fat intake. Not all fats are necessarily bad for you.
Good fats are in foods such as olive oil. Nuts, eggs, sunflower seeds and oily fish i.e. fresh tuna, sardines and mackerel. These are beneficial for energy production and strengthening the immune system.
-Avoid saturated fats. These are bad fats can be found in cakes, pastries, junk food etc.
-Reduce intake of caffeine
-Reduce intake of sugar and sugary foods
-Limit your intake of alcohol. You CAN NOT burn fat with alcohol in your bloodstream!!!! If you must drink Alcohol drink it on NON- treatment days in moderation.
-Reduce intake of complex carbohydrates
-Bulk up meals with extra vegetables or salad.
-Aim to eat before 7pm in the evening. If you must eat later, eat very little complex carbohydrates or if possible avoid them completely
-Be careful with your portion sizes!
Has this happened to you when you return from holiday heavier not only in luggage but your body weight too?
The hardest food choices are when you are staying at an all-inclusive hotel and everything looks and tastes delicious and you just can’t stop eating !
Not many people love Monday mornings.
I love Mondays due to the fact that I can explore new ideas and start my fitness regime and healthy eating plan.
Targeted slimming, fat reduction, cellulite reduction by HYPOXI, West Essex | East London