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Fitness Experts Give Tips on How to Do a Juice Cleanse

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Everyone loves to feel refreshed and healthy. A juice cleanse is the best way to feel so. However, not everyone knows how to do a juice cleanse. If not done correctly, a juice cleanse may do more harm than good. It is always better to be informed and equipped with knowledge about what you are doing.

The first tip that fitness experts suggest is to do a pre-cleanse before a juice cleanse. A pre-cleanse will make your body ready for the juice only diet. If you are a clean eater, 1-2 days of pre-cleansing is suitable. But if you indulge a bit on weekends, then 3-4 days of pre-cleansing is better.

People who are junk food junkies and are emotional eaters need to have a more extended period of pre-cleanse. It may be 5-7 days of pre-cleanse for them.

While on the pre cleanse, it is important to drink the much-needed water. The body needs hydration, and most of the time, dehydration is mistaken for hunger. That’s why one must drink sufficient water.

Caffeine is an acidic intake, and it does not help with the cleansing. So, while on a pre-cleansing diet, one must avoid caffeine or opt for a low-acidic caffeine drink.

Fruits and veggies are always our friends. One must incorporate more fruits and veggies into the diet because they elevate the enzyme intake. In the pre-cleanse period, one must take more servings of vegetables and fruits.

Moreover, one must avoid all the animal products, a couple of days before the cleanse. Do not include meat, eggs, or dairy products in the diet in the pre-cleanse period. Animal products place a higher demand on your digestive system, so before and during cleanse, one must avoid consuming animal products.

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Dr. Ari Bernstein Advocates Digital Healthcare amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

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Dr. Ari Bernstein’s passion and drive for digital healthcare are astounding and quite an inspiration, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. His entrepreneurial interest and dedication to improving the present healthcare system led him to invest in the diabetes-prevention program startup Fruit Street Health and join its medical advisory board. Currently, Dr. Ari Bernstein, MD, is an advisor for Fruit Street Health and CovidMD, telehealth platforms revolutionizing telehealth in the US. 

Digital healthcare can play a pivotal role when it comes to limiting the spread of novel coronavirus; it can help flatten the curve by maintaining social distancing while extending treatment. Digital healthcare technology also can help to manage the disease through early detection of symptoms. It can also help facilitate remote monitoring, thereby minimizing exposure risks for health workers while effectively monitoring patients.

Dr. Bernstein shares that more individuals are using self-service digital health tools for risk-assessment. Telehealth is bringing practitioners and patients closer within the safety net of four walls. On the other hand, artificial intelligence and other intelligent technologies are innovating the healthcare systems.

Dr. Bernstein, who is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, is passionate about healthcare to the extent of being among the pioneers taking healthcare digital—especially during this period of health care crisis and movement restrictions.  

Growing up in New York, Dr. Bernstein always had an interest in healthcare as far back as he can remember. His interest in medicine and science began to spark early on, eventually leading him to study pre-med and psychology at Long Island University. 

About Dr. Ari Bernstein, MD

Dr. Ari Bernstein graduated from Long Island University magna cum laude with a 3.9 GPA in his psychology major and went on to pursue medical school at St. George’s University School of Medicine. After graduation from medical school, Dr. Bernstein went on to complete his residency in internal medicine at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens. Dr. Bernstein has extensive medical experience, which includes urgent care, primary care, emergency medicine, internal medicine, sports medicine, hospital medicine, health and wellness, nutrition and weight loss, pain management, as well as healthcare administration. He is also a strong leader with an interest in improving healthcare teams to deliver top-notch patient care. 

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