Welcome from our health professionals
With our health professionals, we help our patients to above all obtain good health through our team of well-trained health professionals. Our approach also offers health care solutions. These include physical, occupational, emotional, social, environmental, and spiritual solutions.
The Truwellness Centre team includes psychologists, physiotherapists, personal trainers, and a health coach. In addition, we also have a biokineticist, as well as an iridolgist and bio-resonance health worker. We’re happy to have all these professionals under one roof, and all ready to help you.
Rafiq Lockhat is a Clinical Psychologist who completed his studies at the University of Natal in 1988.
Liezl, graduated with a BSc Dietetics degree from the University of Stellenbosch in 2000.
Laura Primic – Iridology is a non-invasive diagnostic tool, chosen as an alternative to western medicine.
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Your Healthy Choices
If you need to recover, do a fitness assessment, or merely need to get in shape, we are able to help. We can also help with training, health issues and even diseases. Many of our patients see us for muscle and joint problems. We have patients that need with trauma, stress, and anxiety in a safe environment. Let us help you be the best you can be.
Healthy Eating does make a difference. Eating well is very important for good health and well-being. Having a healthy diet and weight is needed to lower the chances of getting type 2 diabetes. It also helps lower high blood pressure and high cholesterol. All in all, it lowers the risk of getting cardiovascular diseases and some cancers.
Daily stress can take a toll on both physical and mental health. It is also important to our mental health and physical wellbeing to regularly have time out and do something that relaxes you, whether its music, resting, walking or time spent together with family. It helps us to have a calmer and generally a clearer mind which aids positive thinking, concentration, memory and in particular decision making.
In the first place, good mental health also helps you enjoy life and in addition to cope with problems. For this reason, it offers a feeling of well-being and ultimately inner strength. Just by taking care of your body in the long run and eating right together with exercise, you can certainly protect your mental health.
Marius Truter and Laura Primic – the Truwellness Centre Iridologist and Health Professional – have used their wealth of experience in the health and wellness industry to offer well- researched, natural, health supporting supplementation.
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Your BMI is a measurement as well as a ratio of your weight and height.
Why is it important? As a rule, if you have a healthy BMI, your chances of having an overall longer and certainly healthier life are improved. It’s a good way to gauge whether your weight is in healthy proportion to your height. It can also help you determine future health risks such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and namely liver disease.
BMI Calculator Chart
|18.5 – 24.9||Healthy|
|25.0 – 29.9||Overweight|
|30.0 and above||Obese|
* BMR Metabolic Rate / BMI Body Mass Index
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Your BMR calculator generates the number of calories your body burns per day. In fact, your BMR with your activity level is the number of calories your body burns per day coupled with the type of activity selected.
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