Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 31, 2014
Eating for Energy, a raw food diet program created by fitness expert Yuri Elkaim to help people discover how to have more energy and better health in a natural way has caught the attention of Shane Michaels, prompting an investigative review.
“Millions of people throughout the world each day rely on coffee, energy drinks, or sugar to feel “alive” throughout the day and get the things done they need to,” says Michaels. “But over time, these ingredients can be very damaging to the body and put people down a destructive path away from health and wellness. Eating for Energy shows people how they can produce those same results naturally and in a way that is sustaining, powerful, and healthy. ”
Yuri Elkaim is a registered holistic nutritionist, performance healing coach, and renowned fitness expert. He developed the Eating for Energy program after struggling with his own autoimmune disorder for several years and constantly living in a state of fatigue and lack of energy. Eating for Energy is not only a natural way to boost energy levels, but it also can help improve physical strength, overcome food cravings, lose unwanted fat, improve skin, and overall feel an improved sense of health and vitality. Eating for Energy is a comprehensive raw food diet that was created for real people—not extremists who put diet ahead over every other priority in their life. In this non-fanatical approach to raw food, readers will discover how they can incorporate raw foods up to a point that is comfortable for their body and their lifestyle. It’s a simple, balanced, and fresh approach to eating that is backed by science and real-world results. Unlike other raw food diets, however, Eating for Energy instead incorporates 120 recipes that are only simple and quick to make. Currently, Eating for Energy is available in two different formats. The digital edition of the guide and recipe book is available for $47 and the physical book is available for $67.
Or, those who prefer both editions can get ultimate savings by purchasing both for $67. Each purchase comes with four special bonuses worth more than $400 to help readers make the most of their transformed eating habits.
“Most everyone recognizes that fresh and raw foods are ultimately the best fuel for the body, but using those ingredients in a way that is convenient and delicious is the hardest part, and the reason why most fail to incorporate them in their everyday diet,” says Michaels. “Eating for Energy helps readers overcome that issue and find a way to use raw foods to improve their lifestyle.”
“For about the cost of one grocery trip, people can find a lifetime of information all about boosting their energy and quality of life with raw foods, in a way that’s reasonable and that fits in with their lifestyle.”