Corporate Wellness Seminars
Your employee’s health is of vital importance and can affect productivity, moral and attendance. Dr. Natasha Turner is available to bring wellness back into your workplace through lectures and seminars, in both private and corporate settings. Find out why it’s important to keep your hormones – from cortisol to insulin – balanced in this clip with Dr. Turner. See below for a few of our seminar topics.
How to Balance Your Hormones – in 30 Days Flat!
No matter how an imbalance manifests on the outside, the internal reality remains the same—any and all hormonal imbalance leads to difficulty losing weight and increased risk of obesity. Unfortunately, the most common imbalances cannot be solved by dieting alone. In fact, they can prevent successful fat loss, even when great diet and exercise plans are in place. In this engaging and interactive lecture, Dr. Natasha Turner uncovers the real causes of weight gain that is behind the growing obesity epidemic. Discover how you can reduce and reverse abdominal fat, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, systemic inflammation and cholesterol levels. You won’t want to miss this engaging lecture.
How to Restore Your Health, Reduce Stress and Decrease Belly Fat
Dr. Turner addresses the two most common hormonal imbalances today: excess insulin and high cortisol. Why these two? Although both insulin and cortisol play an essential role in healthy body function, an excess of either hormone can be destructive to your metabolism, body composition and overall wellness. Together, they have become recognized as the root cause of obesity and unhealthy aging, often leading to digestive disorders, anxiety, fatigue, weight gain, cravings, abdominal fat, irritability, insomnia, headaches and even depression. In this engaging lecture, Dr. Turner uncovers a 30-day plan so you can reduce and reverse abdominal fat, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, systemic inflammation and cholesterol levels.
The Carb Sensitivity Program: Curb Cravings, Banish Belly Fat and Prevent Diabetes
When we are sensitive to carbohydrates, our cells do not respond effectively to insulin (our fat storage hormone), which ultimately means the body can no longer burn fat efficiently. But many people are unaware that they are challenged by their carbohydrate intake. In fact, the vast majority of us have different degrees of sensitivity to carbohydrates, and we don’t even realize it. Carb sensitive people face very real chemical and hormonal changes upon eating carbohydrates. For them, carb consumption will increase hunger and decrease the sense of fullness that people who are not carb sensitive would normally feel. For these people, carb consumption actually produces a compulsion to eat, often at the least opportune times for calorie burning, such as late at night. In this engaging and interactive lecture, Dr. Natasha Turner uncovers a metabolic repair program so you can break the cycle and achieve your ideal body composition.
Supercharge Your Nutrition – Corporate Edition:
Dr. Turner designed the Supercharge Your Nutrition seminar to teach you everything your employees everything they need to know to perfect the rules of hormonally balanced nutrition. As a special bonus, seminar participants receive a copy of the bestselling book, The Hormone Diet, and Hormone Diet Wellness Tracker. Watch Dr. Turner in action! Your employees will learn:
• The two hormones you must balance for to beat belly fat
• Factors that lead to increased insulin levels
• Signs of high cortisol and how to combat them
• What are the right foods and the right combinations to curb cravings
• What hormone hindering foods to avoid 100% of the time
• The best protein, carb sources and fat sources
• Recommended servings sizes for meals and snacks
• How to decode nutrition labels – what to watch out for
• How much protein, fat and carbs you should eat
• Recommendations for weight loss, stress, sleep and much more!
Times can occur during lunch hour or pre/post office hours for the convenience of the group. For more information or to book one of the following options, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416.579.9105.