Benefits of exercise

Exercise can be an effective stress management tool. Exercise can strengthen your heart and be protective against cardiovascular disease: can lower: the risk of stroke, reduce the incidence of diabetes, high blood pressure, the risk of certain cancers, of developing alzheimers and can boost ur immune system. Exercise may help raise your good HDL cholesterol levels and improve insulin sensitivity.

If you exercise regularly you may have a better sense of balance, flexibility and mobility in your body. You may also strengthen ur bones. And you might even lose some unwanted kilos if you persist. Exercise releases mood enhancing chemicals and can contribute to reduced depression.

  • Musculoskeletal
  • Respiratory
  • Cardiovascular (cellular oxidation)
  • Central nervous system
  • Immune/lymphatic
  • Hormonal
  • Gastronintestinal
  • Eliminatory
  • All of them !!!!
  • Sleep
  • Mood
  • Hormonal balance
  • Disease prevention
  • Blood lipid profile (increasing good HDL cholesterol)
  • Insulin sensitivity
  • Blood pressure
  • Weight management
  • Energy
  • Bone health
  • Mobility
  • Blood sugar control
  • Bowel/elimination
  • Libido
  • Slower ageing
  • Walking up the stairs instead of using lifts
  • Walking up moving escalators
  • Walking instead of driving for short journeys
  • Getting off the bus/tram a few stops earlier and walking to your destination
  • Parking farther away from destination and walking to your destination.
  • Doing the housework at double speed
  • DIY and gardening
  • Dog walking
  • Walk ur child to school
  • Regular sports, any movement that involves the use of large muscle groups

Lisa Fouladi Balance Ur Bod Nutrition Consultancy

Lisa, principle consultant and founder of balance ur bod nutrition consultancy is a qualified nutrition therapist (dip.ION), a Nutrition Therapy Council registered practitioner, and a current member of the British Association of Applied Nutrition and Nutrition Therapy (BANT) and is bound by their codes of ethics and practice. She is fully insured, and dedicated to continuous study of current research and industry developments through Continued Professional Development (CPD).

In keeping with her quest for knowledge, Lisa is currently enrolled in yet another degree program, an MSc at the University of London (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) which she hopes to complete someday.

Although based in Zürich, Switzerland, she sees clients in the Geneva area, in Germany (Münster area) and in the UK (London and Windsor areas).

Lisa conducts one to one consultations with clients, advising on all aspects of nutrition and the effect food and lifestyle choices have on health and well being. Lisa works closely with her clients, assessing and identifying imbalances and individual needs, and supporting them in making the necessary dietary and lifestyle changes. She is deeply committed to supporting her client’s health through nutrition and stays at their side throughout the process.