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Sunday vibes.
Little man full of energy and hyper mode as usual.
Bit of upside down after teaching, even if my head is against the supporting wall. Still feels good. Sunny outside but it’s hitting the books for me I’m afraid for the day! 😬 assignment deadlines and final exams looming!
Still we can always combine sitting outside, getting some vitamin D & work.
#happysunday

Roots to Ryse health collective is an online wellness company offering personalised online nutrition consultation packages globally, online courses, digital products and signature programs.

Operating as usual

19/10/2021

🧡Some more client love on Tuesday.

🧡Another inspirational client I have worked with over the last few months.

👉Josie is a busy mom with a big family and busy work life and she still managed to make all the changes given without fail.

👉She came to me frustrated with diet culture and the misinformation that many get around the fad diets.
She had tried them all but without success and just finishing even more frustrated, which many of us are familiar with.

👉We worked together to change mindset, movement habits and diet with the goal of changing for the long term and understanding what her body needs now in her 40’s is very different also than before with changing hormone levels.

👉We worked together to increase metabolic flexibility and change mindset around those changes to set a more long term foundation.

👏Jose has lost a stone, her hip- waist ratio is back in the healthy range and has more energy and focus.

👏Most importantly for her, she has made big changes in her mindset around these and has set a solid foundation for continuing her journey.

👉We don’t focus solely on the number on the scales, taking many other factors into consideration but she is now only a stone from her goal.

👉Josie worked with me on the mid level package where she had full support in between consultations on our system and will continue to work with me for ad hoc consultations as and when she needs the support.

👉She also wanted some
Ideas for nutritious batch cooking meals she could do for the family.
We offer a reduced ad hoc consultation price for clients who have worked with em on one of our packages.

💃A massive well done again Josie and it has been an absolute pleasure.

💃My clients always inspire me every day and so nice to see their results in pictures that we take before and after and also in their glow, energy and renewed excitement around making changes on follow up consultations.

Happy Tuesday xx

16/10/2021

Well done Liz!

Thank you for your kinds words and it is why I love what I do!

Liz worked so hard over the last 3 months and stuck to plan.
She gained some tools that she can use for the long term to help her reach her long term goals.

With the package she purchased, she had full access to our back end system where she could journal and upload pictures of the food she was eating and also how she was feeling on the mood and food journal as she made the changes.
She could also scan products with labels to see their nutrient value and use our database of foods to get familiar with the nutrients in them.

Her blood pressure was on the high side when we started but it was down within a normal range when we finished, as systemic inflammation decreased.

She was down 2 stone on the scales but most importantly she had reached her goal of hip:waist ratio within a normal range, which is important to decrease the visceral fat, as this is where we hold the most toxins.

As a result of course, as Liz said she had more energy, better mood and motivated to continue the changes that she had made and build upon the amazing foundation she has put in place over the last 3 months.

Congrats again Liz, it has been a pleasure. ###

Photos from Roots to Ryse's post 15/10/2021

Did you know you natural collagen production starts to decrease in your early thirties?

A collagen supplement can be super helpful especially over 40 to help replenish valuable collagen, important for hair, nails, skin, gut health and joints.

But as always, let’s focus on foods first.

You can naturally increase your body’s collagen synthesis by consuming two different types of foods:

👉 Foods that are high natural sources of collagen
👉 Foods that contain nutrients known to promote collagen production in the body

SEE BELOW for:

👍 Key signs of collagen deficiency
👍 Foods naturally high in collagen
👍 Foods that boost collagen production

There are 3 nutrients to keep in mind when it comes to helping the body build more collagen:

Vitamin C
Zinc
Copper

So by combining the foods naturally high in collagen and the foods listed rich in the above nutrients to help the body make more I.e the foods rich in vitamin C, copper and zinc, you are giving your body the best tools to boost natural production.

However, as we age, I recommend a good collagen supplement depending on your own medical, family history and diet and I would always suggest to consult a qualified nutritionist when it comes to the best supplementation for you.

DM with any queries on supplements and which ones to choose for you.

Vital proteins is a quality supplement and happy to be able to get it easily here.

If you like the Information and feel others would benefit, share in posts and stories, like and save for future reference.

To your and abundant health
Happy Friday and weekend 🧡💃🙏xx
@vitalproteins 🧡

21/09/2021

Mighty maca ..

🤷‍♀️ WHAT IS IT?

👉Maca is an adaptogen, which means it can help support your adrenals, especially against burnout and chronic stress and is well known for its hormonal balance effects

👉 it’s a radish like tuber that grows in Peru

🧡 10 REASONS TO INCLUDE MACA

👉 Maca can boost memory
👉 Improves female reproductive hormone function
👉 Can help with anxiety and depression
👉 Improves libido
👉 Can help lower blood pressure
👉 As mentioned, it is an adaptogwn to help with stress
👉 It is a powerful anti-oxidant to reduce inflammation.
👉 Protective of the liver and immune function
👉 Improves energy levels and reduces fatigue
👉 Reduces blood glucose levels

Dm if you would like any help with brand recommendations.
#mightymaca

Mighty maca ..

🤷‍♀️ WHAT IS IT?

👉Maca is an adaptogen, which means it can help support your adrenals, especially against burnout and chronic stress and is well known for its hormonal balance effects

👉 it’s a radish like tuber that grows in Peru

🧡 10 REASONS TO INCLUDE MACA

👉 Maca can boost memory
👉 Improves female reproductive hormone function
👉 Can help with anxiety and depression
👉 Improves libido
👉 Can help lower blood pressure
👉 As mentioned, it is an adaptogwn to help with stress
👉 It is a powerful anti-oxidant to reduce inflammation.
👉 Protective of the liver and immune function
👉 Improves energy levels and reduces fatigue
👉 Reduces blood glucose levels

Dm if you would like any help with brand recommendations.
#mightymaca

21/06/2021

Happy summer solstice!
🔥✨🌓🌑🪐☄️💫

The summer solstice is a time we can set and review our intentions. It’s a time of transformation and we can use our yoga practice to support this process by including asana that create heat in the body and build our inner strength.

1. Stoke up your Agni, your inner fire 🔥

In Ayurveda, Agni is our inner fire. It allows us to burn off not only food but also thoughts, emotions and stories we no longer need.

🔥We can stimulate Agni through foods like ginger, black pepper.

🔥 In yoga, the kapalabhati breathing we do at the end of every hot yoga class stimulates your inner fire.
Boat pose is another option.

2. Give gratitude to the sun with Sun Salutations ☀️ 🙏

The summer solstice is when we honour the sun. It is also International Yoga Day celebrated around the world with 108 sun salutations.

3. Focus on your Solar Plexus chakra

This chakra is associated with power energy, willpower. It is your centre of strength and stamina, vitality and inner power.

Yoga poses to stimulate this chakra are poses like spine twist in hot Bikram yoga or half lord of the fishes.

4. Channel the Fire Element

According to yoga philosophy the universe is made up of 5 elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space.

In Chinese philosophy, they are wood, fire, Earth, metal, water.

Fire has the power to transform and bring light and it’s also a source of fuel. It is associated with the Solar plexus chakra and is the driving force behind getting things done, digestion, willpower and ambition.

We can channel these in meditation, visualising a transformational fire, burning away what we no longer need.

5. Balance Summer’s Pitta dosha

In Ayurveda the year is split into seasons according to the three doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. summertime falls under Pitta dosha.

If Pitta is already your dominant Dosha, summer might be a time where you look to cool your fire instead.

Then, Pitta-pacifying Yin yoga practices would be supportive.
Reclining butterfly is always a good option.

Started my day with high intensity movement. Will celebrate solstice with some of these in the heat later, a lunch time hot yoga class and a solstice swim.

Nourish
Flourish
Namaste

Have a wonderful summer solstice Monday! Xx
🙏🔥🧡☀️🌓🌑💫✨

Happy summer solstice!
🔥✨🌓🌑🪐☄️💫

The summer solstice is a time we can set and review our intentions. It’s a time of transformation and we can use our yoga practice to support this process by including asana that create heat in the body and build our inner strength.

1. Stoke up your Agni, your inner fire 🔥

In Ayurveda, Agni is our inner fire. It allows us to burn off not only food but also thoughts, emotions and stories we no longer need.

🔥We can stimulate Agni through foods like ginger, black pepper.

🔥 In yoga, the kapalabhati breathing we do at the end of every hot yoga class stimulates your inner fire.
Boat pose is another option.

2. Give gratitude to the sun with Sun Salutations ☀️ 🙏

The summer solstice is when we honour the sun. It is also International Yoga Day celebrated around the world with 108 sun salutations.

3. Focus on your Solar Plexus chakra

This chakra is associated with power energy, willpower. It is your centre of strength and stamina, vitality and inner power.

Yoga poses to stimulate this chakra are poses like spine twist in hot Bikram yoga or half lord of the fishes.

4. Channel the Fire Element

According to yoga philosophy the universe is made up of 5 elements: Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space.

In Chinese philosophy, they are wood, fire, Earth, metal, water.

Fire has the power to transform and bring light and it’s also a source of fuel. It is associated with the Solar plexus chakra and is the driving force behind getting things done, digestion, willpower and ambition.

We can channel these in meditation, visualising a transformational fire, burning away what we no longer need.

5. Balance Summer’s Pitta dosha

In Ayurveda the year is split into seasons according to the three doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha. summertime falls under Pitta dosha.

If Pitta is already your dominant Dosha, summer might be a time where you look to cool your fire instead.

Then, Pitta-pacifying Yin yoga practices would be supportive.
Reclining butterfly is always a good option.

Started my day with high intensity movement. Will celebrate solstice with some of these in the heat later, a lunch time hot yoga class and a solstice swim.

Nourish
Flourish
Namaste

Have a wonderful summer solstice Monday! Xx
🙏🔥🧡☀️🌓🌑💫✨

16/06/2021

Did you know there is a clear
link between histamine and oestrogen?

Histamine is a chemical released by the cells of your immune system known as mast cells and are released in response to potential allergens like pollen, grass, mild, foods and more....

Do you experience?

Swelling or bloating?
Itchy skinny?
Runny stuffy nose?
Insomnia?
Rashes?
Headaches?

👉There is a clear link between your oestrogen and histamine.

👉Too much histamine in the body may actually be making your menopausal, perimenopausal and pms symptoms worse.

👉Too much histamine can be the result of certain trigger foods for you, some of which otherwise are healthy foods!!

🙈Even avocados are on the list and fermented foods..

👉If you have bad hormonal issues around time of the the month aswell as other hormone balance issues, consider this and notice if histamine symptoms get worse around your week of ovulation or just before your period, when oestrogen is highest.

👉Also if you are not cycling In menopause or have erratic cycles in peri menopause, consider this also if your hot flushes and other symptoms are high.

Trigger foods can be:
⚡️Wine, especially red wine - sorry! 😉
⚡️Dairy is a big one - major one for many people
⚡️Vinegar
⚡️Nuts, especially if stored longer
⚡️Processed meat like lunch meat, pepperoni, salami
⚡️Chocolate - noooo 😉
⚡️Shellfish
⚡️Citrus fruits
⚡️Fermented foods
⚡️Canned veggies
⚡️Dried fruit
⚡️Spinach
⚡️Tomatoes
⚡️Eggplant
⚡️Pineapple
⚡️Mushrooms
⚡️Avocados
⚡️Strawberries

There are also certain supplements that can help up regulate what’s called the DAO enzyme, which is the one that helps clear histamine.

💥DM for more information

💥Comment below if this resonates for you

💥Like the post if you agree

💥Save the post to keep the list of those trigger foods handy

💥Share in post or stories for others that might benefit from this info

Nourish,
Flourish,
Namaste

Melissa
Ryse Gold

Photos from Ryse Gold's post 08/06/2021

Happy World Oceans Day where the world comes together to celebrate the largest water body on the planet.

Our next interview podcast episode after the upcoming solo one on quality sleep will be with Dr Katherine Kelly, an irish academic, well-being practitioner and mother in Brighton, who also runs beach school for kids.

She is also the author of the book - blue spaces available on Amazon.

Synopsis of the book below, which we will chat about on the podcast episode.
🌊🌊🌊🌊
Why do so many of us feel drawn to water?

Researchers around the globe are increasingly intrigued by our psychological response to blue space: oceans, rivers, lakes, canals and waterfalls. Research is showing that they are good for us, inducing a positive mood and reducing negative feelings.

Many people naturally gravitate towards the nearest blue space for their regular walks. There is an innate soothing quality that water brings, whether it's crashing waves, the gentle lapping beat of the water's edge or the reflections we see... Water brings on a meditative, 'blue mind' state.

Dr Catherine Kelly uses the study of Blue Mind, a term coined by Dr Wallace Nichols, which explores the study of water and why it makes us happy, to explore and understand the importance of blue space and their therapeutic benefits. Looking at the most up-to-date research and evidence that supports its importance for our wellbeing, she suggests how we can all integrate blue mind practices into our lives, providing examples and exercises that anyone can use to enhance their mental health.

Check out Katherine’s book on amazon, blue spaces and you can follow her @bluespaces_uk

Top 5 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Digestion & Energy! 05/06/2021

Top 5 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Digestion & Energy!

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There’s no evidence that we need milk to strengthen our bones. ⁣⁣⁣

The federal government tells us that milk is a perfect food that Americans should lap up daily, three glasses to be exact—in spite of a large (and growing) body of research showing its lack of benefits and awful side effects. I agree, it is nature’s perfect food…but only if you are a calf!⁣⁣⁣
⁣⁣⁣
Humans are the only species that continues to drink milk after weaning. ⠀⁣⁣⁣
⁣⁣⁣
These dairy free options are not only better sources of calcium, but they also contain other great sources of nutrients.

Timeline Photos 02/05/2021

Good post on omega 3 and omega 6 fats.
The ratio between the 2 fat sources is important. The more omega 6 food sources we eat, we reduce the bioavailability of the omega 3 heathy fats that we do consume.

Wild meat and grass-fed beef contain about 7 times as much omega 3 fats as industrially raised animals, which have almost none. Virtually all of the beef and animal products your great grandparents ate were pasture-raised, organic, grass-fed, and contained no hormones or antibiotics. There was simply no other kind of meat to eat.⁣

Introducing refined oils into our diet and moving away from grass-fed and wild animals increased our omega 6 fat intake. Corn, soy, cottonseed, and canola oils skyrocketed, while omega 3 fats have dramatically declined. In that surge, many Americans sadly become deficient in these essential omega 3 fats.⁣

Omega 6 fats not only fuel your body’s inflammatory pathways, but also reduce availability of anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats in your tissues, resulting in more inflammation.⁣
In other words, omega 6 fats undo any benefit eating omega 3s would normally give you. They also reduce conversion of plant-based omega 3 fats (called alpha-linolenic acid or ALA) into the active forms of omega 3s called EPA and DHA by about 40 percent.⁣

Consuming too many omega 6 fats also increases the likelihood of inflammatory diseases and links to mental illness, su***de, and homicide. In fact, studies have shown a connection of mental health with inflammation in the brain.⁣

What types of oils and fats should we choose that protect our heart and brain and reduce inflammation? I prefer traditional fats, such as:⁣

🫒 Extra-virgin, cold-pressed, organic olive oil⁣
🥑 Avocados⁣
🥩 Grass-fed meats⁣
🧈 Grass-fed butter⁣
🌰 Nuts—walnuts, almonds, pecans, macadamia; not peanuts⁣
🐟 Fatty fish—sardines, mackerel, herring, and wild salmon—that are rich in omega 3 fats⁣

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