The human body is a complex and interrelated biochemical system. The environment is also a complex system which at this point in time is loaded with elements and factors that make managing our health all the more challenging.   It is for this reason that no two people look the same and no two people respond in an identical manor to a prescriptive medical, nutritional or exercise methodology.  As we go through life, stressors, illnesses and the process of ageing makes these biochemical differences more apparent. This is often the case for individuals who have responded well to mainstream systems only to find that at some point they stop responding and for no obvious reason. It is here that personalised nutrition, medical, psychological and exercise programs can make a big difference in the lives of people suffering from weight related issues, auto immune disease, immune dysfunction, depression and burnout.  Genomics does have a part to play, but so does your individual bio-chemistry. 

The Re-Invent approach focuses addressing your life as a whole, specifically the behaviours and habits you have subconsciously created. Your "stress style", sleeping habits and ability set up healthy boundaries. As well as dealing with underlying biological issues. There will never be a definitive, one size fits all answer. No diet will suit everyone all the time.  But there are a number of fundamental non-negotiables when it comes to a well balanced life and avoiding disease. 

The Re-Invent Health process is founded in Neuro-Linguistic-Programming. Understanding the value systems and behaviors which created the state you currently find yourself in. Making a permanent lifestyle change requires a change in one's beliefs about who you are and what you are capable of.  This is possibly why many doctors, physicians and other health care providers refer their patients to us to assist with the process of the day to day changes which are needed for a treatment to be effective. 

  • I have been trying to lose weight for so long, but nothing seems to be working?

  • What step do I take first - there is so much conflicting advice?

  • How do I keep this up - its easy to start but what will keep me going?

  • How can I shop for healthy options?

  • I don’t have time to cook lengthy meals, but I want to eat healthy!

  • What should I do if I am eating out?

  • How will I manage if I travel or attend conferences?

  • What if I fall off track, how do I get back up again and again?

  • What if the rest of my friends and family aren’t supportive?

  • What foods and tricks will get me to my goals, quickly?

  • How do I balance lifestyle change with my busy schedule?

  • How can I cook fun and healthy meals that my whole family will enjoy?

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