Yuri Elkaim (pictured above) is a bit of an outlier and renegade in the nutrition and health community. His mission is to empower everyday men and women with proper nutrition and health wisdom so they can take better control of their own health.
He also holds High Honours degree in Physical Education and Health/Kinesiology from the University of Toronto, is a former professional soccer player, and for 7 seasons acted as the strength & conditioning/nutrition coach for the nationally ranked men's soccer program at the University of Toronto.
Some refer to him as the “health whisperer” for being to get to the heart of what matters and produce amazing health, weight loss, and fitness results where there seemed little hope.
And he just wrote a book.
I must admit, his new book “The All Day Energy Diet” is not the kind of book I would not normally read.
After all, Yuri – despite being an ex-professional soccer player – is bigtime into juicing, cleanses, detoxing – and I guarantee the guy eats far, far less steak than me…
…so I would *almost* classify him as a Whole Foods hippie.
But his book is, frankly, brilliant.
-adjusting your blood pH with the foods you eat…
-how to test your adrenals without expensive lab tests…
-which foods literally exhaust your digestive enzymes…
-a new thing called the “PRAL” load of specific meals…
-six myths about plant protein
-how to choose the best kinds of coconut oil and butter…
-and much more.
I learned a ton from this book, and Yuri is a fellow athlete, a father, and a very smart dude, so I'm happy to tell you about his new book.
The best thing is, you get it for free.
Yeah, free (it's normally $25.95 retail value).
Yuri is giving away a few hundred copies of the book for free, starting tonight at midnight (a few minutes ago), so you can go grab it now by clicking here (if there's any left). Good luck.
If you have questions, comments or feedback about the All Day Energy Diet then leave your thoughts below! By the way the free book is a hard copy shipped to your house, not an ebook. And I'll vouch for this dude, the book is good. Enjoy.