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Foods to avoid and foods to consume – Part 2

Foods to avoid and foods to consume – Part 2

Last post, our Nutritionist Amy McKendrick, talked about four types of food that aren't good for us and what we can replace them with. The list continues...5. AVOID - Sugary processed cereals. These foods should never have been created. It is not a great way to start your day with cardboard disguised as food. They are ladened with refined sugars, flavours and gluten (protein in wheat, rye, oats and barley). Gluten is highly indigestible and can wreak havoc in the digestive tract and cause inflammation. The high sugar content is also extremely high glycemic, which causes spikes in insulin causing fluctuations in energy levels.

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Foods to avoid and foods to consume – Part 1

Foods to avoid and foods to consume – Part 1

One thing we all realise is that we need food for survival. The thing is however, is that everything that we put into our bodies can either have a negative impact on our health or a positive impact. Food truly is medicine, so upon discussing this with our Nutritionist Amy McKendrick, Amy mentions that when she eats something, she always considers "is this going to nourish my body or cause it stress?".

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Carla Horvath from the Daily Mark stops by for some pre-wedding fat reduction treatments

Need to look your best for a Wedding day or major event? Body Catalyst offers non-surgical fat reduction treatments to help you expel fat cells.

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Eating Fat for Fat Loss

Eating Fat for Fat Loss

For a long time we have been led to believe that eating fat is bad for us for it makes us fat.. But, fat doesn't make you fat!

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Why Protein?

Why Protein?

Protein shakes, protein balls, protein powder, protein supplements.. seems the world has gone a bit mad when it comes to protein. But why? Whilst we don't necessarily advocate the above products, the fact is that protein is one of the most essential nutrients. It contributes very heavily in key body functions such as the production of hormones and enzymes, immune responses and cell repair, and nobody consumes enough of it! Protein is the essential building block in blood, skin, cartilage, bone and muscles. It is a macronutrient, which means the body needs large amounts of it and since the body does not store protein, it is important to be consuming it in our diet every day.

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The Importance of Water

The Importance of Water

Nothing beats that first glass of cold water in the morning (well, maybe coffee), or a dip in the ocean. Water is what rehydrates us after exercise, after a couple of glasses of wine and on a hot summers day. We all know that we should drink more water and apart from the obvious rehydration, the question is WHAT is so special about water? Amy McKendrick our Nutritionist shares her expertise:

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Lisa Patulny from Byrdie shares her experience with Body Catalyst

Lisa Patulny from Byrdie shares her experience with Body Catalyst

At Body Catalyst we are committed to helping our clients achieve their body goals. Which is why we are thrilled to see Lisa Patulny from Byrdie share her experience and great results after receiving one of our cryolipolysis treatments. Read more about Cryo here

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I feel a lot more confident in my clothing..*

After falling and injuring myself on my hip area and sustaining lumpiness for many years, I thought I would give cavitation a go, since working out didn’t help. I completed 8 sessions of cavitation and one session cryolipolysis on both hips. Samantha documented my journey each week by taking my measurements and pictures to see the progress. The results were fantastic, and could not be happier! Both hips reduced in size, and I feel a lot more confident in my clothing, without having to worry about one hip being bigger than the other. Samantha is an absolute delight, and highly professional. I would recommend a visit to Body Catalyst for anyone seeking non-surgical body improvements/maintenance. I will definitely be back.

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Non-Surgical Liposuction: Cryolipolysis (fat freezing)

Non-Surgical Liposuction: Cryolipolysis (fat freezing)

Cryolipolysis is the safe and gentle non-surgical liposuction. It is a controlled cooling technique that kills 20-30% of fat cells in treated areas

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Radiofrequency for Skin Tightening

Radiofrequency for Skin Tightening

Skin laxity or loose skin, is frequent in younger people after weight loss or pregnancy and in older age due to diminished collagen production and function. The Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology discusses how basic science illustrates that both skin laxity and cellulite are related to the loss in quantity and function of dermal collagen fibres, the main structural protein component of connective tissue.

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