Eat anything and get fit too

The global fitness expert has studied on the need to balance the right types of exercises, nutrition and body chemistry.

By Author  |  Published: 16th Oct 2019  6:21 pmUpdated: 22nd Oct 2019  1:45 pm
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Are you saddened that your dream for a healthy self and a dynamic physique is far from true? Do you find diets, exercise regimes and complex programs leading to yo-yo results? Then maybe, it’s time to deep-dive into your fitness programme. A recent fitness programme aims to resolve all of these issues, by fundamentally linking what you eat and how you exercise in one simple link.

The Mumbai-based Rebirth Fitness School has recently unveiled the ‘Rebirth Programme’, which aims to enhance and nourish the body, by turning your food into the right medicine for your body.

Based on biochemical studies, this program is the brainchild of Dr Isacc Abbas, a renowned fitness expert and the Technical Head of the Rebirth Fitness school.

“Food should be your medicine”, says Dr Isacc, when he begins explaining his effective and disciplined health programme. The secret to knowing whether you’re having the right medicine, lies within your anatomical code, he explains.

And what is this code? “It is the right balance of food and training routine based on your body type, composition, internal organs and carried out at scheduled intervals.” Staying true to this anatomical code would give one a higher chance at achieving their fitness goals.

The global fitness expert has studied on the need to balance the right types of exercises, nutrition and body chemistry (from metabolism to our organ, tissue and cell structure).

This helps elevate food to be the right medicine and help keep the body fit under all circumstances. And that is the underlying reason which has helped Dr Isacc achieve the kind of recognition he commands. It is also why his program ‘works’.

Currently, he is treating patients with his alternate fitness and health programme across all walks of life. His disciplinarian approach does not compromise on efforts or allow his patients to do so themselves.