Yuri Elkaim

Get The Body You Want And The Energy You Deserve

January 28th, 2015 By

Myth

Today, I want to bust a common myth. You’ve probably heard this a thousand different times in a thousand different ways in the media: in order to keep your metabolism elevated and burn fat, you have to eat five to six meals a day. The reasoning is that the more you eat, the higher your

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January 22nd, 2015 By

WHEAT-BELLY

By now, most people know that gluten is causing a great deal of trouble for many people who are either living with Celiac disease or have a sensitivity to gluten. But gluten isn’t the only issue with wheat. The wheat itself is a problem even for people who don’t have known issues with gluten and

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January 12th, 2015 By

Chia Seed Header

Chia seeds have been touted as one of the top superfoods around. You may not know how to incorporate these healthy little seeds into your diet, but it’s well worth learning how. Since you’re committed to improving your health, there’s no better time than now to try chia seeds. We’ve got some amazing chia seed

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January 7th, 2015 By

DAY 29- Lunch-Nut Butter Nori Wraps SM

Rice, raw fish and veggies, seaweed. Sounds like it’s all good for you right? In the last 2 years, grocery stores have seen an 88% surge in sushi sales. North Americans love sushi and it’s easier than ever to grab it and go. Though it’s gotten a reputation as “health food” sushi is actually far

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December 31st, 2014 By

Infographic #4 BrookeSMH

  Quick Quiz: Think back to yesterday. How many fruits did you eat? How many vegetables? How many cups of leafy greens? You should be aiming for 8-12 servings of vegetables and fruit daily. A healthy body is best fueled by raw, fresh produce so do your best to aim for these numbers. Still, most people

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December 30th, 2014 By

Infographic #5 Brooke SMHEADR

  While chatting with one of my coaching clients last week, I heard something I hear alot: “Thank you for making this so straightforward. I hear so many different diet suggestions, and so many of them are contrary. I can’t tell what I’m really supposed to be eating, so I get confused and frustrated and

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December 22nd, 2014 By

VEGAN-PROTEIN

There’s a lot of concern among vegans and vegetarians about getting enough protein, although non-vegans and non-vegetarians tend to make more of it than necessary. Yes, it is possible to get too little protein on a vegan diet, but not because there isn’t plenty of wonderful, plant-based protein available. When I do talk with a

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December 11th, 2014 By

vanilla-health-benefits

Vanilla may seem common, but it’s quite extraordinary. After Hernando Cortez defeated the Aztecs, he supposedly returned to Europe with vanilla beans, selling them to the rich as an exotic good. In the early 1800s, the plants were grown in Madagascar by the French, a place which is today the largest producer of vanilla beans in

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December 5th, 2014 By

Green Wheat Field, Forest in Background, shallow DOF

A few years ago, gluten-free eating was virtually unheard of. Initially written off as a “special diet” for those with celiac disease and gluten-sensitivity,  you had to hit a specialty health store to find non-gluten baking options. Type 2 diabetes, Wheat Belly syndrome and many other digestive and blood-sugar issues. In the last 10 years, gluten-free

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November 26th, 2014 By

FOOD BLOG-2

In 2012, the weight-loss industry had an estimated annual revenue of about $20 billion dollars. There were more than 108 million dieters that year, with most of them making 4-5 attempts at weight loss throughout the year. Celebrity endorsesrs in 2012 were making an estimated average of .5-3 million dollars per year, which works out to

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