Food of the future, what will we eat tomorrow?
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Food of the future, what will we eat tomorrow?
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Food of the future, what will we eat tomorrow?

Welcome to Virtual Healthy Tuesdays On Demand, brought to you by Sylvie Beljanski, Maison Beljanski and The Beljanski Foundation.

This virtual Healthy Tuesday event featured Kristine Bahr, MS, LDN, a prominent leader in integrative and functional medicine, and Sylvie Beljanski, Founder and Executive Vice President of The Beljanski Foundation, whose mission is to cure cancer the natural way.

Watch this Virtual Healthy Tuesday On Demand Event to learn more.

Meet The Speakers

Sylvie Beljanski

  • Natural Health Advocate
  • Entrepreneur
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Award Winning Author
Kristine Bahr, MS, LDN

Kristine Bahr, MS, LDN

  • Nutritionist
  • Counselor
  • Health Educator

Powerful points shared bySylvie Beljanski and Kristine Bahr, MS, LDN:

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) declared climate change the “greatest threat to our health.”
  • A true reset of the global food system is underway, heralding drastic changes, particularly in the agricultural sector.
  • Sustainable development policies are currently addressing the emission of nitrogen and phosphorus, which become pollutants when applied excessively to agricultural soils in the form of fertilizers or in intensive livestock farming.
  • Many industrial heavyweights are betting on synthetic biology and artificial food.
  • The global market for insect proteins is expected to reach $1,395.54 million by 2029. The FDA looks at edible bugs as food and therefore does not require any specific authorization to reach your plate.
  • In the context of edible insects, there are major risks to food safety:
    • Consumers may develop an allergic reaction to the insect.
    • The insect may carry human pathogens.
    • The insect may carry toxic substances.
  • A new generation of self-amplifying RNA vaccines is coming soon to the market.
  • “Food can be a fast-acting medicine or a slow-acting poison.”
  • Poor-quality diet (fast food) is associated with a higher risk of obesity, depression, digestive disorders, heart disease, strokes, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and premature death.
  • It is crucial to occasionally assess one’s health, analyze our biochemistry, and correct any imbalances.
  • The Beljanski® Approach to Wellness suggests 3-steps:
    1. AVOID Environmental Toxins Eliminate heavy metals, support your liver and eliminate toxins and parasites.
    2. RESTORE The Body’s Balance Strengthen your immune system through elimination and regeneration. Eat a healthy diet, take natural vitamins and maintain your intestinal flora.
    3. ACHIEVE Homeostasis Eliminate destabilized cells to restore balance at the DNA level.

100% of the proceeds from the event will go to
The Beljanski Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit,
to help fund anticancer research to cure cancer the natural way.


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