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Neay Fischer makes food look beautiful and she knows not everyone has the same tastes, which is why she suggests putting out a big spread so everyone can make their own personalized sushi bowls.
“I love being able to put it in a bowl and eat sushi like a salad,” said Fischer.
Sushi actually means “with rice,” but Fischer, who’s known as “The Flexible Chef,” says you can have a variety of choices beyond the traditional.
Think cauliflower rice, finely chopped kale, salad greens or brown rice to start your bowl. Then it’s time for protein. While that usually means raw fish, there are lots of other options.
“I have four kids and there’s no way they’re going to eat raw fish in a salad. We have a cooked salmon, we have eggplant, we have raw sushi-grade tuna and a poke,” said Fischer.
The eggplant is diced, mixed with miso and spices then baked, but Fischer says mushrooms or tofu work if you are a veggie lover. Or add edamame, nuts and seeds to up your protein quotient.
Finally it’s time for toppings — and the more the better. “Crispy seaweed, micro greens, sweet Maui onions, seaweed, macadamia nuts, spiced chick peas,” suggested Fischer.
Don’t forget seeds and nuts plus spices like sea salt, crushed red pepper, dried crispy onions and seaweed.
“I think the secret to a salad bowl, a sushi salad bowl, is an amazing dressing,” said Fischer.
Her favorite is a creamy and spicy Sriracha sauce blended with mayo and avocado.
The beauty of all this? No arguing. You’ve got plenty of vegetables, plenty of gluten free options and plenty of protein so everyone at home can fix what they want.
It’s also a great time to introduce new items that will build a bowl with beautiful flavors without forcing it on your kids.
Ideas for your sushi set up:
In a lettuce wrap (romaine, butter or radiccio)
In the hole of an avocado
In a bowl
Ideas for individual bowls:
Spicy Salmon Poke bowl (RAW)
Base: Rice and mixed greens
Poke: salmon+sriracha mayo+green onions+macadamia nuts+avocado
Veggies: avocado, cucumber
Topping: gomasio + seaweed
Miso cod poke bowl (COOKED)
Base: Cauliflower rice
Poke: miso glazed cod (show with cooked salmon too)
Veggies: picked red onion, seaweed salad
Topping: black sesame and pink salt and wasabi
Dressing: Onion tamari dressing
Crispy tofu bowl marinated onion soy dressing (VEG)
Base: Julienne Kale
Poke: crispy tofu marinated in the onion soy based dressing
Veggies: mango+radish etc
Topping: pomegranate+ground almonds+fried shallots
Dressing: Carrot Ginger dressing
Celebrated wellness expert and healthy living innovator, Nealy Fischer, has helped countless people eat well, move more, and ultimately to crave a healthier lifestyle.
Nealy strives to make it possible for everyone to master their own kitchen — and life — while forging their own path, not following a carbon copy rulebook. Admittedly a reformed perfectionist, she learned her craft as a child in her mother’s kitchen, spending years applying all the rules before deciding it was far more exciting to break them. Pleasing a husband, four children, and evolving groups of guests, she writes and tests her own recipes until they pass muster with people’s diverse palates and dietary needs.
Nealy Fischer splits her time between Hong Kong, Israel, and the United States. Her global lifestyle yields many rewards. Living on three continents provides the impetus to go-with-the-flow living and reimagine recipes, making flexibility the main ingredient in preparing the food her family, friends, and guests crave.
An intense study of yoga taught Nealy one must first be skilled and strong in the basics in order to bend, a mantra she passionately applies to all she does. Her blog, newsletter, YouTube cooking channel, and lifestyle videos — some featuring her children as they forge their own paths in the kitchen — inspire others to lead creative and healthy lives, and to take the reins in the process.
Her mission to help others live a more craveable life has resulted in the design and execution of immersive cooking events, luxury yoga retreats, and women’s wellness empowerment programs with renowned health professionals.
For more information, please visit: www.theflexiblechef.com
Hair Loss Specialist and the CEO of Regenix Bill Edwards debunks common hair loss myths with Medical Daily.
To read the full article, click here: http://www.medicaldaily.com/what-causes-baldness-6-hair-loss-myths-debunked-421186
William “Bill” Edwards is the Founder and CEO of Regenix. Founded in 1993, and headquartered in the Cedars Sinai Medical Office Towers in Beverly Hills, the Regenix Hair Research Clinic has treated over 500,000 individuals with hair loss. Edwards is a renowned Scalp and Hair Care Specialist who has been treating scalp disorders since 1976.
In 1980, Edwards joined An-Tech Research Labs, Inc., to concentrate solely on research and analysis. Through a grant from the Canadian Government, the company was able to purchase an Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer to determine relationships with and track mineral absorption. In 1984,Edwards moved from Toronto to Los Angeles and became President of An-Tech Research Labs.
Finally, in 1993, Edwards resigned from An-Tech and founded Regenix, when new Bio-pharmaceutical treatments were developed, along with new analysis technology, that exponentially expanded the company’s capabilities.
Today, Regenix is a household name, treating celebrity clients like Matthew McConaughey, and expanding its reach nationwide with a new at-home product line. The Regenix 3 Stage System is a non-surgical, custom treatment program, made with natural, effective ingredients that work both above and below the surface of the scalp. Regenix helps with hair loss or thinning, Dermatitis, Dandruff, Psoriasis, or extremely dry or damaged hair from chemicals and styling products.
Edward’s goal is to create a healthier environment for hair growth while preventing further hair loss by stopping the deteriorative process.
For more information on Regenix, click here.
Listen here as So Cal Plastic and Comestic Surgeon Dr. Elliot Hirsch speaks with James Lott Jr about solutions to earlobe sag, and damage from stretched earlobes.
Dr. Elliot Hirsch is a board certified plastic surgeon who practices the full spectrum of plastic and reconstructive surgery, specializing in both cosmetic and reconstructive breast surgery including breast reconstruction, breast reduction, and breast implant removal and revision. Dr. Hirsch’s primary office is in Sherman Oaks, and treats patients from not only Los Angeles but from all over California and beyond.
Dr. Hirsch grew up in Westlake Village, Los Angeles and attended the prestigious Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland where he graduated with Phi Beta Kappa and Omicron Delta Kappa honors, and also received the Kurt P. Richter award for outstanding research in the field of Behavioral Biology. After his undergraduate studies, Dr. Hirsch returned to Southern California for medical school at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California, where he graduated with highest distinction and was elected into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society as well as the Order of Arete.
Dr. Hirsch completed his integrated plastic and reconstructive surgery residency at the prestigious Northwestern Memorial Hospital program in Chicago, Illinois where he received several awards for his research and teaching.
Since entering medical school, Dr. Hirsch has been an active researcher in the field of plastic surgery and has co-authored over 40 manuscripts and book chapters, and has received several grants for original research projects and holds patents for wound care devices. Dr. Hirsch is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
Click here to review Dr. Hirsch’s CV and Publications
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Click here to listen as Rabbi Mark Borovitz, Addiction & Criminal Rehabilitation Expert and Author of Finding Recovery and Yourself in Torah, shares his reflection on his past, including crime, addiction and recovery. http://bit.ly/2uVhPDZ
Seasons Recovery Centers COO Dr. Sheila Shilati shares insight regarding signs of depression with Healthgrades. Click here to read the full article: http://bit.ly/2vCDpiw
Is your doctor on drugs? Listen as host Kenneth Weene speaks with Dr. Sheila Shilati on one of the most vast issues facing our society today – addiction. http://bit.ly/2fFeIOz
On the KTLA 5 News at 3, celebrity hair loss expert Bill Edwards dispels common hair loss myths, shares the treatment Matthew McConaughey swears by, and gives Glen Walker’s follicles their close-up live in our studio. To watch full interview, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt5TIWs0Tic&feature=youtu.be
Join us as we talk to founder of Breakthrough Interventions, LLC, Dr. Annette Nunez! Dr. Nunez will discuss her background in psychotherapy, marriage counseling, child development and family therapy. Her ground breaking therapeutic intervention looks to support skill acquisition, social emotional development and retention that helps the entire family live more inclusive enriched lives. This is a do not miss show! NSV Online Radio…keeping you informed, entertained and enlightened! This show is broadcast live on Wednesday’s at 7:00PM ET on W4WN Radio – The Women 4 Women Network (www.w4wn.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (http://www.talk4radio.com/) on the Talk 4 Media Network (http://www.talk4media.com/).
According to the American Hair Loss Association, by age 50, 85% of men will have experienced a significant amount of loss or thinning, while 50% of women will deal with some degree of hair loss. So, it’s important to separate the fact from the fiction when it comes to hair loss. We spoke with scalp specialist, CEO and founder of Regenix, William Edwards to get the truth, and here’s what we learned:
Hair Myth #1: There’s nothing that can be done about hair loss.
Being doomed to baldness is a myth. The reasons for hair loss are varied, complex and beyond the scope of a single “miracle cure” formula. But there is a solution. Natural hair loss treatments offer analysis of the problem and steps to enhance hair, prevent further loss and help with life-long maintenance.
Hair Myth #2: Hair loss is a male-only issue.
You know your hair was thicker last year, but you can’t convince anyone else. But this isn’t an exclusively male problem. Hair loss does affect women. As a matter of fact, over 30% of Edwards’ clients are female. The reasons for hair loss in women are varied and complex.
Hair Myth #3: Hair is trapped under the scalp.
Follicle debris is only one of the varied and complex reasons for hair loss, and no amount of oil of chemical residue is going to “imprison” hair shafts below the scalp and keep them from growing. If you have already lost your hair, nothing is going to bring it back. However, if you want to keep your hair you must take care of it.
Hair Myth #4: Hair loss is a genetic trait that can’t be stopped.
Scientists understand hair and its follicle by identifying the key cells, proteins, hormones and genes that control the growth, loss and regeneration of hair. Bio-pharmaceuticals are a solution to neutralize the hereditary predisposition, before hair is lost. Prevention is now an integral part of health care and a sensible approach to hair care.
Hair Myth #5: Frequent shampooing causes hair loss.
If you notice a lot of hair fall when you shampoo, it could be due to a normal shedding. However, it could also be an early warning of a problem below the scalp that only worsens when you wash your hair less often.
Commercial or medicated shampoos can leave chemical residues that also contribute to the disorder. Replacement hairs grow in thinner and weaker, until eventually they do not grow back at all.
The key in natural treatment is to identify whether or not the problem exists, and if it does, treat it before irreparable damage is done. Life long maintenance can then be achieved using our quality, natural hair care products as often as you wish.