For over three years now, I have been spending every spare moment developing an education program that will give the next generation some insight into how the metabolism works – particularly in relation to energy balance – and provide some practical strategies to avoid lifestyle-related disease, particularly Type 2 Diabetes.
I have learned so much amazing stuff about the metabolic processes and why the changing food landscape is threatening our health on a global scale. I have also come to realise that the majority of the population knows very little about how energy is managed in the body.
And so the Metabolic Symphony Program was born.
We owe it to our children to teach them about their energy management system and how to negotiate a world where the food supply is increasingly unreliable, and their opportunities for physical activity are diminishing.
My journey has led me here to Los Angeles, USA.
I’m feeling foggy from jet lag and more than a little apprehensive as I prepare to go face to face this week with an eclectic bunch of US health professionals for show and tell on the Metabolic Symphony Program.
I’m so grateful for the support I have been receiving from my dear friend Carol here in LA.
Many other passionate and dedicated people have worked so hard to get all the program collateral together. Now it is time to show it to the world ….. and see what comes back.
I’ll be posting regularly as I travel around the USA, Canada and China over the next month engaging health and education professionals and standing on street corners watching the world go by. I would love it if you could check in occasionally and give me your feedback. Many thanks!