Special Seminar Announcement – 6-7 March 2010

We have been requested to hold a seminar covering “Integrated Assessment” that was planned to be held at the end of this year. Due to this request we will be holding a special seminar on the 6th & 7th March to cover this subject.

Topics covered

** Postural Assessment

** Goniometric Assessment

** Special Orthopedic Assessments

** Functional Movement Screen

** Advanced Movement Screen Assessments

** Y-Balance Test

** Hop & Stop Test

** Special Performance Based Testing

Lunch is available for about $15 per day from Kreation Cafe in Santa Monica. This will be an all organic, grain and dairy free meal.

Cost: $299.00
Date: March 6-7, 2010
Time: 9am-5pm
Location: AF Performance Center. 1653 10th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (323) 348-0707

email: petererouse@gmail.com



Integrative Nutritional Ecology Seminar March 20-21 2010

Integrative Nutritional Ecology follows a functional approach to human nutrition and nutritional therapy.

This course will provide a comprehensive approach identifying individual biochemical requirements. This includes the following areas that will be covered in great depth.

** Nutrition Foundations – We will go deep in to what most people think are the basics of nutrition and break them down.
** Metabolic Ecology Profile – This is NOT “The Metabolic Typing Diet” from the book. This is based on the original metabolic typing developed by Dr. William Kelley along with a lot of modern advancements in to biochemistry.
** Neuroendocrine System – Initially we start with the Functional Adrenal Stress Profile and break down the test and corrective protocols. You will have access to this testing for your clients along with the “physician only” supplement protocols.

These are the primary systems that needs to be first analyzed and corrected through specific protocols in nutrition and supplementation. The course provide you with a step by step approach that can be easily applied.

After completing the course you will have access to all the clinical tests used and “physician only” specialized range of supplements that will allow you to provide your clients with the appropriate protocols.

This can be a add on service that personal trainers can add on to their clients or could be an expansion of your business providing nutrition programming as a personal trainer, nutritionists, dietitian, doctor or other medical professional. Remember prevention is better than a cure.

You will also be given ongoing support through a members only forum, email and phone to assist you in providing the most complete scientific based nutritional program for your clients.

Lunch is available for about $15 per day from Kreation Cafe in Santa Monica. This will be an all organic, grain and dairy free meal.

Cost: $499.00
Date: March 20-21, 2010
Time: 9am-5pm
Location: AF Performance Center. 1653 10th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: (323) 348-0707


The Obama Deception

This video is worth watching, don’t get caught up on the Left or the Right…. they are all puppets to the same puppet marsters.

By coachrouse

Linoleic Acid Linked To Ulcerative Colitis

In recent news, a study has linked linoleic acid to ulcerative colitis, a type of inflammatory bowel disease and is a chronic condition that affects the lower gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Symptoms include abdominal pain, bloody diarrhea, and the development of open sores (ulcers) in the large intestine and rectum.

This is good news you would think, however there is a deception behind the news, not the study itself but the news articles that have been published. One article states “A high intake of linoleic acid, a polyunsaturated omega-6 fatty acid found in red meat and in many oils and some margarines…“. Another article states “A diet high in linoleic acid, found in beef, pork, sunflower oil, and some margarines, could increase the risk of a serious bowel condition called ulcerative colitis…“.

The articles suggest that meat contains high levels of linoleic acid up there with sunflower oil. I don’t know who does there research or where they get their information from (I actually believe the have a hidden agenda) but they are not even in the same ball park. Sunflower oil contains 70% linoleic acid where as beef is around 2% – yes 2%…. that is not even close.

So throw out all your so called cooking oils and healthy margarines – not just for your gut but also your heart health…. yes these fats are also bad for your heart not saturated fats as been suggested for decades, but that is another story. For now try using coconut oil for cooking, coconut oil is only 2.5% linoleic acid but high in all the good fats.

Aspartame Now Marketed As A Natural Sweetener AminoSweet

The “artificial” sweetener aspartame has been renamed to AminoSweet due to all the information now available on the dangers of aspartame. Rather than stop producing the dangerous chemical they just change its name and re-market it. There is no lengths they wont go to, to deceive the public and put the public at risk.

Their website claims that AminoSweet (Aspartame) is a “natural” sweetener; below is an actual quote from their website which is a down right lie.

“It is made from two building blocks of protein just like those found naturally in many everyday foods such as meat, fish, cheese, eggs and milk. AminoSweet is digested by the body in exactly the same way as these other protein foods and so does not bring anything new to the diet.”

Don’t be fooled by their lies – get informed – watch the video below for more information.

New York Times Article Attempts to Discredit Vitamin D

This article in the New York Times has called in to question the benefits of Vitamin D. What amazes me is that many people will read this as fact rather than for what it really is…. a lie.

Let’s break down the article one point at a time….

First it should be noted that Dr. JoAnn E. Manson has direct ties to pharmaceutical industry and Dr. Eric A. Klein is funded by the pharmaceutical industry. These are the only two doctors quoted in the article.

They don’t quote one study related to Vitamin D when there are hundreds of peer reviewed clinical studies. Why is that? Have they failed to do their homework or is it because they don’t want you to know the truth.

They talk about a study they are going to conduct which is funded by National Institute for Health who is funded by the pharmaceutical industry (anyone see the conflict of interest?). The studies uses very low dosages based on USDA numbers – 1000iu vitamin D, based on what. They fail to mention any testing to see current levels… and the state optimal levels are 20ng/ml…. please read the real research (I have posted quite a few here on my blog) – that does not even come close to what the real research says is optimal.

They point of this is to discredit vitamin D – which was more popular that the H1N1 vaccine for prevention of the swine flu (not to mention more effective). Maybe they (pharmaceutical industry) are still a little pissed about that mess…. they are currently under investigation along with the World Health Organization.

Toxic levels has not even been witnessed in people taking 100,000iu per day of D3 for 15 years… so what side effects are they talking about? Remember if you do take a higher dosage eg 10,000iu the add vitamin K2.