The goal of the "Strength and Serenity" blog of brodyhealth.com is to protect, promote, and maintain health and well-being and to prevent disease, disability, and death by enhancing awareness of healthy lifestyles, including nutrition, fitness and stress reduction.
This blog neither intends nor presumes to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or condition. It is not intended to substitute for the advice, treatment and/or diagnosis of a qualified licensed medical professional. Certified Health Coaches in general and Certified Health Coach Lazer Brody in particular may not make any medical diagnoses, claims and/or substitute for your personal physician’s care.
My education and experience (see About Rabbi Lazer) have equipped me with extensive knowledge in holistic nutrition, health coaching, fitness training and preventive health. As a life coach and spiritual guide, having been the understudy of several of this generation's great spiritual leaders, I have over two decades of hands-on experience in life coaching and personal and family counseling. Drawing on my background, training, skills, and life experiences, especially as a former athlete and a combat veteran of the IDF, I support my clients spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically through my business Brody Health and Wellness Coaching. These suggestions are determined through the consideration of how their relationship with food, fitness, spiritual orientation, emotional disposition and other areas of their lives, impact their well-being. The ultimate endeavor is to establish their own uniquely optimum Holistic Life path/plan to maximize health and happiness.
I do not hold a degree in medicine, dietetics, or psychotherapy. I make no claims to any specialized medical or psychological training, nor do I dispense medical advice or prescriptions. This content on this blog is not intended to diagnose or treat any diseases. It is intended to be provided for informational, educational, and self-empowerment purposes ONLY. Please consult with your wellness team, and then make your own well informed decisions based upon what is best for your unique genetics, culture, conditions, and stage of life.
I encourage people with illnesses, whether physical or emotional, to consult licensed medical professionals. As the Talmud says, I am happy to say "I don't know" whenever encountering a challenge that is above my level of expertise and am happy whenever possible to refer people to capable and reliable professionals and colleagues with whom I maintain contact.
With blessings for your good health, Lazer Brody