“THIS CAN HELP YOU ADAPT FASTER AND HELP YOU TO RESPOND TO ALL EVENTUALITIES, EXPECTED AND UNEXPECTED, WHEN TRAINING”

If you really want to succeed and keep ahead of everyone else, you will need to have stamina and to boost this, whilst also increasing your energy and recovery, try the CARBO-PROTEIN DRINK conveniently throughout your day.

For those who are already enjoying the benefit of CARBO-PROTEIN DRINK, here is a new way to prepare it…mix the plain flavour protein with any fruit of your choice.

 

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For animal trainers and active people drink!!

Some of you have asked us if there are other alternative proteins…yes of course, there are always other choices and one of them is WHEY PROTEIN.

This is an isolated protein. What does it mean?

The highest part of the protein is isolated from the other part of the milk

We have tried whey protein on many different occasions and it’s also an excellent choice, apart from its yummy variety of flavours it is very creamy and is very popular

It all comes down to taste and preferences!!

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Link:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/MY-PROTEIN-Isolate-Proteins-Supplement/dp/B00LU0TECE/ref=sr_1_9?crid=2BULQRG9SDSYN&keywords=my+protein+whey+isolate+protein&qid=1558735075&s=gateway&sprefix=isolate+whey+protein+my+protein%2Caps%2C189&sr=8-9

 

 

HEALTH ADVICE For Trainers and active people….

As trainers we spend all day long caring for you animals, enriching their environment, making sure they are happy, mentally and physically healthy.

How about you?

Do not forget for you to be able to care about others you should be strong as well, so you can provide long lasting, accurate and strong help, because if you are not able to think clearly to help others, you cannot help.

Why you think when you are in a vulnerable position, such travelling on a plane, the crew especially emphasise that you must put the oxygen mask on yourself first to be able to help others and that include your own child.

Trainers and active people – you need nutritional support, to keep you strong and fit for your highly demanding daily work!

If you want to be successful, active and full of energy, here is one of the ways I can support you, I use a multi vitamin and mineral supplement daily that I feel can aid in keeping you focused, strong and better cope our hyperactive life styles!!

The body needs certain nutrients that enhance its performance, repair, maintain good health and help keep a healthy immune system. Getting a balance of all these nutrients is difficult and would also involve consuming large quantities of food. Taking supplements has for some time, been the easy way to get these nutrients and there are a variety of brands and combinations of vitamins or minerals that all claim amazing results,

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I cannot comment on any other brands or combinations, but I can pass on my experience (and that of my personal trainer) on the one supplement that we have both taken for a number of years. The main requirement is to get a balance of multi-vitamin/minerals in a cost effective and easy to take product. The product that I suggest is “Animal Pak” which I purchase through Amazon.

I take one pack a day which I take with breakfast and is then part of a balanced daily diet. My personal trainer takes two packs day and has done so for many years, formally being a competitive bodybuilder some years ago. We both feel that our immune system and general health has greatly improved whilst taking these supplements and have tried periods without them, when we observed less resistance to catching colds etc. and even slower recovery time from training sessions.

I would recommend these to anyone with a demanding job that wants to help stay healthy and supplement their diet with a good multi-vitamin/mineral. This product also goes beyond just vitamins and minerals and includes the body’s natural building blocks for repairing tissue such as muscle, amino acids as well as performance components such as Ginseng and digestive aids.

 

Here is the nutritional breakdown

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Follow the link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000GOT54C?aaxitk=CaYN4NX.rlRwN96n2Je.1A&pd_rd_i=B000GOT54C&pf_rd_p=3fade48a-e699-4c96-bf08-bb772ac0e242&hsa_cr_id=1037371920701&sb-ci-n=productDescription&sb-ci-v=Animal%2BPak%2BMultivitamin%2B-%2BSports%2BNutrition%2BVitamins%2Bwith%2BAmino%2BAcids%2C%2BAntioxidants%2C%2BDigestive%2BEnzymes%2C%2BPerformance%2BComplex%2B-%2Bfor%2BAthletes%2Band%2BBodybuilders%2B-%2BImmune%2BSupport%2Band%2BRecovery%2B-%2B44%2BPaks&th=1
44 Packs
Serving Size 2 Packets
Servings Per Container22
Amount Per Serving %DV
Calories 40
Total Carbohydrates 4 g <2%*
Dietary Fiber 2 g 8%*
protein 6 g 12%*
Vitamin A (As Carotenoids [Β-Carotene, Α-Carotene], Acetate) 9,900 IU 198%
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate) 1 g 1,667%
Vitamin D(as Cholecalciferol) 680 IU 170%
Vitamin E (as d-α, d-β, d-γ, d-Δ tocopherols & tocotrienols) 300 IU 1,000%
Thiamin (as mononitrate) 76 mg 5,067%
Riboflavin 76 mg 4,471%
Niacin (as niacinamide) 82 mg 410%
Vitamin B6 (as pyridoxine AKG, pyridoxine HCl) 180 mg 9,000%
Folic Acid 400 mcg 100%
Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin, cyanocobalamin) 11 mcg 185%
Biotin 300 mcg 100%
Pantothenic Acid 76 mg 760%
Calcium 2 g 200%
Phosphorus 1,330 mg 133%
Iodine (from kelp) 150 mcg 100%
Magnesium (as oxide) 400 mg 100%
Zinc (as oxide) 30 mg 200%
Selenium (as sodium selenite) 50 mcg 71%
Copper (as sulfate) 600 mcg 30%
Manganese (as sulfate) 5 mg 250%
Chromium (as chloride) 60 mcg 50%
Potassium (as sulfate) 200 mg 6%
Amino Acid Complex
Alanine 279 mg **
Arginine 1,213 mg **
Aspartic Acid 498 mg **
Cystine 110 mg **
Glutamic Acid 653 mg **
Glutamine 174 mg **
Glycine 180 mg **
Histidine 92 mg **
Isoleucine (BCAA/EAA) 284 mg **
Leucine (BCAA/EAA) 509 mg **
Lysine (EAA) 418 mg **
Methionine (EAA) 125 mg **
Phenylalanine (EAA) 192 mg **
Proline 203 mg **
Serine 250 mg **
Threonine (EAA) 283 mg **
Tryptophan (EAA) 81 mg **
Tyrosine 164 mg **
Valine (BCAA/EAA) 289 mg **
Performance Complex
Uni-Liver™ 4,080 mg **
Carnitine 25 mg **
Choline 250 mg **
Eleuthero (root) 1,750 mg **
Hawthorne (berry) 250 mg **
Inositol 125 mg **
Milk Thistle (seed) 500 mg **
Oriental Ginseng (root) 250 mg **
Para-Aminobenzoic Acid 400 mg **
Pyridoxine α−Ketoglutarate 200 mg **
Antioxidant Complex
Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) 100 mg **
Citrus Bioflavonoids (peel) 1,000 mg **
Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) 5 mg **
Grapeseed Extract 50 mg **
Lutein 1 mg **
Lycopene 1 mg **
Pine Bark Extract 200 mg **
Digestive Enzyme Complex
Bromelain 100 mg **
Inulin 250 mg **
Lipase 10 mg **
Pancreatin 700 mg **
Papain 64 mg **
VegPeptase 2000™ 64 mg **
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
** Daily Value (DV) not established.
Other Ingredients:
Dicalcium Phosphate, whey protein concentrate (milk), glucose polymers, microcrystalline cellulose, arginine α-ketoglutarate, dessicated Argentine liver (bovine), stearic acid, magnesium stearate, choline bitartrate, calcium carbonate, silicon dioxide, d-calcium pantothenate, lecithin (soy), carnitine fumarate, calcium citrate, alfalfa, rose hips, rice bran, parsley, burdock, pharmaceutical glaze.
Made in a GMP facility on equipment that processes milk, soy, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and wheat.
INGREDIENT NOTES: VegPeptase 2000™ is an acid stable protease enzyme blend derived from the fermentation of non-GMO, nature-identical strains of Aspergillus niger and Bacillus subtilis

Directions For Animal Pak: Take 1 to 2 packs with breakfast or any other meal, with plenty of water. For those who compete or are training with higher intensity, two packs is suggested.

 

Warnings: Long term intake of this amount of vitamin B6 may lead to mild tingling and numbness. This amount of calcium and phosphorous may cause mild upset stomach in sensitive individuals. Long term intake of this amount of zinc may lead to anemia. Don’t exceed two packs daily. Those who are pregnant, nursing or taking medication are advised to consult a physician before use. This product not to be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

If you have any question, do not hesitate to contact us @

viadolphin@hotmail.co.uk

Or check our shopping page: https://viadolphin.com/shopping/

 

 

 

Scientists use drone to sample whale breath and snot To study the microbiome of humpback whales

Scientists flew a small drone over the blowhole of a few humpback whales in the US and Canada to collect the microbes living inside their breath. Sampling the community of microbes and bacteria living inside whales, called the microbiome, can help us better understand what makes a healthy whale, and what happens when a whale gets sick.

In the new research, published this week in the journal mSystems, scientists describe 25 species of microbes found in each humpback’s breath they sampled. Though they don’t know how exactly these organisms affect the health of the whales yet, many of the same microbes are often found in other marine mammals, suggesting they play a role in keeping the animals healthy. The study is also the latest example of how drones can help scientists in their quest to conserve species: in Hawaii, botanists are also using drones to hunt down rare plants in hard-to-reach places like cliffs.

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Just like humans, animals have a microcosm of organisms inhabiting their bodies — which help keep them healthy. While we’re just starting to explore the human microbiome and its functions, very little is known about the microbiome of whales, especially inside their breathing organs, where a lot of infections occur. So researchers decided to sample the spray of water and snot coming out of the hole atop the whale heads, which the animals use to breathe at the surface.

Usually, whale breath is collected by approaching the animals — which can be up to 60 feet long, in the case of humpbacks — with a small boat, and then holding 23-foot pole with a collection plate above the blowhole. That’s obviously time-consuming and dangerous — for people and whales. In search for a better method, scientists used a remote-controlled hexacopter equipped with a petri dish. They then flew it a few feet over the blowhole of 26 healthy humpback whales off the coast of Cape Cod in the Atlantic Ocean and Vancouver Island in the Pacific.

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The researchers found 25 species of microbes in the breath of all whales, including 20 that were previously found in other marine mammals. That suggests that those organisms are connected to the creatures’ respiratory health, according to the study, although it’s not exactly clear how. But understanding what makes the microbiome of a healthy whale can help us monitor their health, identify dangerous pathogens in the future, and possibly understand how pollutants in the water can affect whales.

That’s key for their conservation. A number of large whales are listed as endangered or critically endangered, including some humpback whale populations off the coast of northwest Africa and Central America.

Sourse: http://www.theverge.com
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Management advice

If you are thinking of opening or starting to a new facility and you don’t know how to arrange the dolphinarium system, Viadolphin realises how this drains your time and resources, struggling to put everything together. We would like to help you, easing the pain offering you assistance at every stage.

We are offering you the unique opportunity to hire an experienced professional team, who together will help you achieve your goal.

We can provide you with a well informed and connected hard working team including trainers, veterinarians and dolphinarium management.

We can vet potential trainers for your facility, offering you the choices that will suit you.

Our team can also provide you with a training program in the theory and the practical knowledge, based upon positive reinforcement for animal management.

We can leave you with a team ready to manage the running and logistics of your interactive programs.

Your facility will benefit by having experienced trainers, more effective and efficient programs, where animals are happier and customers will see a healthier, happier environment. Ultimately this will result in a better organised, positive and profitable environment, which can attract those within the industry, potential customers and also demonstrate best practice to those who may oppose our industry.

Whether advice is just needed in one aspect, at a certain stage in development, or you need a bespoke tailored package helping with every stage from set up, finding the best trainers to proving training programmes and educational support, Viadolphin can help you.

Contact-Viadolphin@hotmail.co.uk

 

 

 

 

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A DOLPHIN TRAINER?

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A DOLPHIN TRAINER?

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If you think you have it, then there are some things you should know.

Many of you have the passion, but you have been told, that you need to have a degree or any number of courses to become a dolphin trainer. If anybody told you that, don`t let it stop you!

In my opinion many persons even with degrees, who try very hard, are not successful. Sometimes the job is too hard, because they cannot deal with the high level of customer service skill that is required. They may not have the stamina or the charisma, which is so important for the job and worse of all, they cannot make a connection with the animals! Don’t get disheartened and do not give up so easily. I know it`s very hard to find all these characteristics in one person, but believe me, there are many people out there who come pretty close and don`t forget, if you are open minded, then you are trainable…ha-ha.

I will acknowledge a degree is commendable, we all know the importance of having a good educational background, but consider the following; what if you study for three or four years, only find out after you have invested so much effort, that this is not the job for you? Better to try out the type of career, with hands on experience.

I believe the best way to find out is, take a part time job, work experience, perhaps take a gap year before you start your studies and give it a try.  You will soon find out if it is for you or not. If this is really your passion, if you really want to be a dolphin trainer, you should be sure before you commit to it. Remember striving for what you enjoy and really want, usually results in achieving it faster.

If you are still in doubt or are not sure about what to do, just write to me and I can help advise you with tips or experience that can help guide you.

 

 

 

Welcome

This page is inspired by truly extraordinary marine mammals and the passion, effort, commitment and dedication of their trainers.

Our purpose is to bring together and reinforce those individuals who create the opportunity for working with marine mammals, whether you are thinking about opening a new business, or are a trainer, a veterinarian or an associated professional. We aim to help improve animal wellbeing and provide a positive environment for the animals, staff and of course customers.

We welcome those persons seeking technical advice, those wanting to share their experiences and those interested in gaining and developing more knowledge in the marine mammal field.