Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
"Yuri Elkaim's Eating For Energy provides a scientific look into the ways that the different foods we eat everyday interact with the human body," reports DietsAndFitnessGuides.com's Vince Delmonico. "With obesity and other diet related health problems on the rise this is timely information that runs counter to a lot of what we have been told constitutes a healthy diet."
The Eating for Energy diet plan is based upon the increasingly popular idea that raw foods provide health benefits that cannot be obtained from foods cooked over 180 degrees.
Delmonico shares this explanation of the health benefits associated with a diet based on raw foods:
"Following a raw food diet rich in enzymes, disease-preventing phytonutrients, and 'life energy' has a host of reported benefits. These include fat loss, improved appearance, more energy and relief from a host of ailments," reports Delmonico. "Of course anytime we talk about health issues we need to be careful about making claims, because the government is very aggressive about that sort of thing. However, judging by the success stories on Elkaim's website people are really blown away by the results they are getting with this program. It's not just another weight loss diet, Eating For Energy is impacting users in a variety of rather remarkable ways." (Those wishing to read about the results users have seen following the Eating For Energy program, click here)
Eating For Energy advocates a vegetarian diet made up of vegetables, fruits, nuts, legumes and other nutritious vegan foods. Because these foods are typically very low calorie, users are not forced to count grams or calories and indeed may enjoy eating more food that they are accustomed, while losing weight. The program also includes information on exercise, and nutritional considerations for those with active lifestyles.
"What impressed me the most about Eating For Energy is the fact that it is all about using diet to improve your life," says Delmonico. "While other diet programs we've reviewed are all wrapped up in losing pounds and inches, Eating For Energy is about really improving your health, having more energy, and then it just so happens to be one of the effective diets for weight loss too."
In addition to the Eating For Energy Ebook, customers also receive "Nutrition For Athletes" a training which details the best natural food choices for athletic performance and recovery, a 12 week complete meal plan, and a healthy recipe guide with 120 energizing raw food recipes, each of which can be prepared in under 10 minutes.
Vince Delmonico reviews diets, fitness guides and other self help programs on his website DietsAndFitnessGuides.com. Delmonico's Eating For Energy review is available at the following web address: http://www.dietsandfitnessguides.com/yuri-elkaims-eating-for-energy-review/