Yuri Elkaim

Get The Body You Want And The Energy You Deserve

February 27th, 2015 By


Dehydration affects your body’s ability to burn fat. Without enough water, your system literally slows to a crawl. A 2003 study reported in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism found a 30% rise in metabolic rate after drinking 2 cups of water. Dehydration doesn’t just slug up your metabolism. It can also increase weight

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February 26th, 2015 By

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One of the most important things I advocate is the use of natural ingredients and whole foods instead of pharmaceuticals or even “natural” supplements in pill form. It’s just common sense; when it comes to overall health (as opposed to treating serious conditions and diseases), you’re almost always better off getting your “medicine” in as

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February 25th, 2015 By

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Apple Cider Vinegar has long been touted for ages as a healing tonight. Today, there is strong proof it can heal or improve more than 73+ conditions–from nixing colds and flu to balancing blood sugar and boosting body alkalinity. If you haven’t already discovered how to add this powerful, all-natural “miracle tonic” to your diet,

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February 24th, 2015 By

Hundreds of overweight women who were resigned to a life of agonizing frustration and continued struggle with their weight are now feeling at home in their bodies once again… Thanks to the amazing work of a leading hormone doctor – Dr. Sara Gottfried. 15 pounds DROPPED in just 21 days! I just had to found out what

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February 16th, 2015 By

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You know by now that donuts are a terrible breakfast choice, but you’d be surprised by the breakfasts people consider to be healthy that actually aren’t. The Truth About Breakfast The food industry has taken the results of a few “eat breakfast” studies and blown them out of proportion to get you to buy their processed food.

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February 10th, 2015 By

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Anyone who’s read my blog knows that my emphasis is always on getting as much nutrition as possible from real foods and natural sources, rather than fortifying the diet with synthetic supplements. Because of this philosophy, I’m always researching the latest studies on what are often called “superfoods”, those nutrient-dense but often unknown ingredients that

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February 3rd, 2015 By

What Is Resistant Starch

It’s likely you’ve heard that starchy foods are something to avoid. As a general rule of thumb, this makes sense, because most starchy foods are packed with simple carbohydrates. They’re highly processed, highly refined, and don’t offer much fiber. You may have even heard they spike blood sugar and insulin, potentially putting you at greater

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February 2nd, 2015 By

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After a workout, your body needs to replace the nutrients, protein, and electrolytes lost in your sweat session. A post-workout smoothie is an optimal way to get nutrients back in your body in an easy-to-digest format. There are plenty of smoothies out there that claim health benefits but actually contain loads of added sugar and

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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

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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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