Do you want to become a revolutionary?
This program is designed to help you lose weight, but the benefits pile up far beyond just looking a little better.
‘Feeling Great’ is a result of numerous ‘side-effects’ of the Real Meal Revolution program such as improved sleep, lowered blood pressure, remission of diabetes, clearer skin, reduced bloating, improved metabolism, boundless energy and improved blood readings.
Born out of South Africa and the Banting diet, the Real Meal Revolution brought together Professor Tim Noakes ‘A1 rated scientist’ (A1 rating to a researcher who is “recognised by all reviewers as a leading scholar in his/her field internationally for the high quality and wide impact i.e. beyond a narrow field of specialisation of his/her recent outputs”), bestselling nutritionist Sally Ann Creed, and Top Ten rated restaurant chef Jonno Proudfoot is now changing lives all over the world with diabetes remission and other blood markers we may not even know are an issue.
Just by googling ‘insulin resistance’ and it’s relation to all the ‘non-communicable diseases’ we see today (heart disease, cancer, diabetes, autoimmune disease, stroke, kidney disease, alzheimer's and more) you will likely find a shocking correlation. There is a saying “if you don’t look, it don’t get fixed”. It is important to know what your blood markers tell you about your health and then what to do about it. One quick and easy fix would be to start with your diet.
So if looking after your health is important to you and knowing how to do something about your health if it’s not is even more so. Eat Better South Africa Facebook page and http://www.thenoakesfoundation.org will provide you with further information for your interest.
At Taylormade, we provide a portal that will coach and support you through the Real Meal Revolution providing you with all the guidance and information you will need. The last 12 week block has been a great success. I am now ready to start working with my next Revolutionaries, so if you want to become the best version of yourself for now and later, please click the 'Start your journey now' button.
I look forward to hearing from you and you starting your journey.
Unfortunately, there is an abundance of studies that demonstrate that the general physical activity of our youth population has declined. Public Health England released stats in 2018 stating that 79% of nine year olds in the UK were not getting the required daily amount of physical activity. Only 23% of Boys and 20% of girls getting the required amount of daily physical activity. (Elements, 2019)
Between 1998 and 2008 strength fell by 0.6% each year, but this more than doubled to 1.6% per year between 2008 and 2014. Falls in muscular endurance were larger at 2.5% per year in the period from 1998 to 2008, rising to a 4% decline each year after 2008. (Gavin R.H. Sandercock, Daniel D. Cohen. JAMS, 2019)
Sandercock, 2019 states “It has got to the stage now that if we took the least fit child from a class of 30 we tested in 1998, they would be one of the five fittest children in a class of the same age today.”
Adolescent sports injuries are on the rise and are termed ‘the silent epidemic’. (Armstrong, 2007) This statement is echoed by Quinn, 2009, who described increased numbers of children developing chronic, overuse injuries.
A prevalent mechanism of injury to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) is mechanical insufficiency. The ligament is put under stress during deceleration or an uncontrolled twisting movement. ACL surgeries were up 60% in 6-18 year olds over last 20 years and degenerative conditions that would normally be seen in 40-60 year-olds have been documented in 10-12 year olds. John, et al, 2018 Minimize Injury, Maximize Performance: A Sports Parent's Survival Guide.