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Lentils and Breathwork

Feb 17, 2021 | The Healthy Way Newsletter

I find it such a blessing to see cloudless days after Toronto’s grey and gloomy winter. The extra sun syncs our circadian rhythm so we feel more rested. If you feel more depressed in the winter, that’s why.

The air even feels fresher, and more deep breaths tigger more mindful moments.

There’s a lot more to preventative medicine than lentils and breath work, but we get the most result out of these relatively simple efforts through informed habits.

Everyone obviosuly has their own arrangement of habits to attentd to, but in the simplest way possible, here are three small steps to help anyone and everyone, no matter their unique biochemistry.


All Upside


Forget the stopwatch – walk until you feel your heart pumping 💓


More 🥗; less 🍟. Everything else depends on your body and your goals. 


Slow, deep breaths exercise our lungs, lower our heart rate, and deliver us to this moment🧘


I miss travelling, so I’ve compiled these inspired recipes to get as close to the Meditteranean Sea as possible.

Red Lentil Soup

Warm, tangy, hearty, and spicy.

Roasted Veggies

A flavourful side dish for any dinner.

Salmon en Papillote

Easier to make than fancy looks.

Yours like the sun,
Dr. Elena Krasnov, N.D.
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I'm Dr. Elena Krasnov, N.D and I've been healing people for decades with my holistic and comprehensive approach to health.

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