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Week 1 Understanding Your Salveo Report McKee New

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Transcript of Week 1 Understanding Your Salveo Report McKee New

Check date and name for accuracy
LDL
Reviewing the Report
Biometrics
Health Risk Assessment Questionnaire
Exercise
Aerobic, Strength & Flexibility
Nutrition
Nutrition Labels
Social Health
Alcohol, Smoking, Sleep, Life Balance
Emotional Health
Stress, Time Management, Coping
Weight Management
Small Changes = Big Success


Objectives
Body Composition
Review key parts of the Salvéo “Health Focus” report
Understand what the biometric numbers mean
Learn to move forward using the report as a starting block
Examine what a SMART goal is and how to set individualized short and long term goals

Understanding Your Salveo Report

Stoplight color coding
Shows Past Results for Comparison
Scale for each parameter followed by a definition & link for more information
Each individual number is broken down
Categories & Recommendations/Resources
Percentage of the body that is made up of fat
Men & women different
Truer measure of desirable weight than BMI
Percent Body Fat
Women:
12-24% Ideal 24-31% Fair
Cholesterol
Waxy substance used to insulate nerves, rebuild cells, & stimulate hormone production
Below 200 Good
Below 240 Fair
Helps to flush out plaque
Above 60 Excellent
Above 40 Good
Elevated levels increases risk for CAD
Below 160 Good if you have a low risk for heart disease
Below 130 Good if you have a intermediate risk for heart disease
Below 100 Good if you have heart disease or diabetes
Triglycerides
A form of fat
A Good source of energy
Too much in the blood stream leads to increased risk of Coronary Artery Disease

Below 150 mg/dL Good
Up to 500 mg/dL Fair

Sugar that is transported through the bloodstream to supply energy to cells
Pre-screen for Diabetes


Below 100 mg/dL Good
Below 126 mg/dL Fair
Glucose
Understanding the Numbers--- Body Mass Index---
Weight to Height Ratio
Fairly reliable indicator of body fatness
ONE indicator associated with disease risk
Heart Disease
Diabetes
Stroke
BMI

Weight Status

Below 18.5 Underweight
18.5 – 24.9 Normal
25.0 – 29.9 Overweight
30.0 and Above Obese

BMI Categories
Cholesterol/HDL Ratio
Framingham Heart Risk Score
Risk of heart disease
At or Below 3.5:1 Good
Below 5:1 Fair

Estimates 10 year risk in %
Factors Considered
Age
Gender
Total Cholesterol & HDL
Smoker
Systolic Blood Pressure
Moving Forward:
Report and/or results can be overwhelming
Pick biometric you most want or need to work on
Look for escalating trends
Motivation is a factor
Almost any result can be improved with exercise, sound nutrition, & stress management
Start small
Moving Forward
Use the 3G strategy against excuses
Get good information & support
Don’t try to go it alone
Take a class
Recruit an accountability partner
Consult a trainer or nutritionist
Get Real
Get Up
Get Moving
"Do it and then you will be motivated to do it!"
Time
Cost
Inconvenience
Bad past experiences

Don't Allow these common excuses in your life!
Be persistent but expect some setbacks

Set realistic long and short term goals
Specific
Measurable
Attainable
Relevant
Time-Bound
Setting SMART Goals: For Effective Goal Setting
Motivation is Key
Short Vs Long Term
Well Written Goal VS Poorly Written Goal
I will walk twice a week after work on Tuesday & Thursday for 30 minutes.

I want to be healthy.
Thank you for participating
GOOD LUCK GETTING STARTED!

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Learning Assignment
Prior to your Initial Coaching Session

Review Your Salveo Report
Identify Medical Red Flags and/or areas you feel need addressed
Write out at least two questions to ask/discuss with your coach
What is a Wellness Screening?
The screening of health issues that affect wellness.
What does it include?
A survey of current health status biometrics such as, blood pressure, body comp, height, weight, and a blood test.
What is the purpose of wellness screenings?
Early detection of preventable disease
Advancement of preventative medicine
Shift of emphasis from urgent care to preventative care
Systolic Blood Pressure
Pressure in the arteries when the heart contracts
fluctuates with exercise, stress, diet, etc.
Below 130 Good
Below 140 Fair
Men:
3-20 % Ideal 20-25% Fair
Waist Measurement
The more fat held in the middle of your body, the higher risk your risk for developing:
Type 2 Diabetes
High blood cholesterol
High Triglycerides
High Blood pressure
Coronary Artery Disease
Ideal Measurements
Men:
Less than 40 inches

Non-pregnant Women:
Less than 35 inches
Blood Pressure
Diastolic Blood Pressure
Waist Measurement
Pressure when the heart relaxes
Should remain constant
Below 80 Good
Below 90 Fair
Total
HDL
*Risk factors include: Smoker, Age, Family History, High BP, Diabetes, Heart Disease
Health Risk Assessment Questionnaire
Exercise
Aerobic, Strength & Flexibility
Nutrition
Nutrition Labels
Social Health
Alcohol, Smoking, Sleep, Life Balance
Emotional Health
Stress, Time Management, Coping
Weight Management
Small Changes = Big Success


Categories & Recommendations/Resources
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