GET FIT & MEAN IT! with World Champion Kate Bramley
Regular exercise can be fun, increase your energy levels, increase social opportunities and improve your health and well being. Research has found that approximately 1 in 3 Australians suffer from non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. This is contributed by a poor diet, obesity and inadequate physical activity. It is recommended that adults accumulate between 2.5-5 hours of exercise a week at a moderate intensity which is approximately 30-45 mins per day. The good thing is that this can be spread out amongst the week or day. For example you could walk for 15 mins in the morning or evening. Or complete 90 mins to 2 hrs on the weekend. Make it your goal for the next 6 weeks to get at least 2.5 hours of moderate intensity (including some effort but you can still hold a conversation) exercise per week.
For more information check out Dr Sandra Cabot’s books – “Fatty Liver You Can Reverse It” and “The Liver Cleansing Diet”. If you are in need of a liver detoxification, I recommend taking Cabot Health’s Livatone Shots in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise.
45min group fitness class such as water aerobics, body balance, pilates, spin etc.
60min power walk before brekky or split into 2x 30mins
45-60min swim incl. 20x 50m or 75m sprints with 10-30sec rest
45min stretch/yoga/pilates/gym program incl. 5-10mins skipping