Yuri Elkaim

Get The Body You Want And The Energy You Deserve

July 1st, 2015 By

Anxiety2

Anxiety is on the rise. In 2013, the term wasn’t even in the Top 10 health-related Google searches. But 2014, it was the fifth most-searched health term on Google. More people are suffering from and being treated for anxiety, depression, ulcers, sleep problems and other health issues due to stress. Even children’s anxiety is on

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June 30th, 2015 By

Alkaline Woman 2

Want to treat and prevent disease and promote optimal health in your body? I recommend the alkaline diet. The foods we eat have measurable pH levels, and everyone consumes both acidic and alkaline forming foods. The alkaline diet works on the premise that when acid-forming foods are consumed, the body needs to work to maintain

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June 29th, 2015 By

Superfood Smoothie2

Superboost your breakfast with this incredibly creamy green smoothie. I’ve blended it up for maximum flavor–but also for maximum real food nutrition. Boasting three incredible superfoods, the benefits of this sippable smoothie are absolutely awesome. Although some superfoods come from exotic destinations, many superfoods are common fruits and vegetables grown in North America. You can

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June 26th, 2015 By

Personally 5

The Beyond Health podcast is dedicated to covering all topics that contribute to health, including the deeper issuers of psychology, spirituality, and life experience. Get to the root of your health issues, uncover what’s holding you back from the body you deserve, and live the life you’ve always wanted! Join NY Times bestselling author and

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June 24th, 2015 By

Berry Avocado

Change up your lunch and take a break from your daily salad. This berry arugula avocado is a healthy way to enjoy a snack or lunch. Avocados increase absorption of antioxidants, so topping your avocado with arugula and strawberries makes it especially nutritious. Head to your local farmer’s market to pick up some fresh in-season

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June 23rd, 2015 By

See Which Diseases You're At Risk for Based on Birth Month

We know that certain risk factors play into how likely we are to have to face certain diseases, disorders and medical conditions. There are things such as family history, lifestyle habits and even geographical location that give a decent indication as to our medical futures, although lifestyle changes and healthy habits can go a long

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June 22nd, 2015 By

Berries and Cream 1

Eating healthy doesn’t mean you can’t have a treat. I’m not talking about a dessert that’s full of sugar, but one that’s delicious, satisfying, and healthy. Berries and sweet almond-coconut cream is a simple, splendid way to end any dinner (or start any snack!) Serve this with any berries you please, or swap in fresh

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June 20th, 2015 By

WhiteLies

The Beyond Health podcast is dedicated to covering all topics that contribute to health, including the deeper issuers of psychology, spirituality, and life experience. Get to the root of your health issues, uncover what’s holding you back from the body you deserve, and live the life you’ve always wanted! Join NY Times bestselling author and

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June 19th, 2015 By

DietBrain

I talk to my clients and readers all of the time about using nutrition as medicine; about choosing foods that boost the immune system, increase energy, help you lose fat and increase the length and quality of your life. But nutrition (or the lack of it) also play a huge role in mental health. It

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June 18th, 2015 By

Fried Cauliflower Rice

Don’t fool yourself into thinking those little bits of chopped veggies in Chinese takeout fried rice make it healthy. The reality is that fried rice is a carb-laden meal that accounts for about 75% of your daily caloric intake. Traditional fried rice typically contains nutritionally-void white rice and fatty meat, all fried up in unhealthy

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