April 2006 - Issue: 2

WHAT'S COOKING is a monthly bulletin to keep you informed about the healing power of food, great new recipes, individual success stories, and the latest from Dr. Fuhrman to help keep you on the path of optimal health.

Dr. Fuhrman's Tip of the Month Recipe of the Month

'For the most benefit, nuts and seeds should be eaten in a raw form or just lightly toasted, as opposed to roasted.'

- Joel Fuhrman, M.D.

Super Fruit Tart

Desert anyone?! Try this delicious fruit tart with a filling of Asian super fruits held in a nut and fruit crust. Enjoy the amazing combination of flavors while getting a concentrated dose of antioxidants, vitamins, and other nutrients.

April Menu Testimonials

Elegant Dinner Party Menu

French Minted Pea Soup

Asparagus Salad with Sweet Black Fig Dressing

Healthy Thai Vegetable Tofu Curry

Super Fruit Tart


Dr. Fuhrman's Online Members Center offers hundreds of delicious nutrient-dense recipes.

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Read about Stuart, and the amazing success he has had with the Eat to Live plan. Not only was he able to lose 65 lbs, he has also reduced key risk factors for heart disease, despite having a family history of heart disease.

Read more about the success Stuart and others have had with the Eat to Live plan here.

If you would like to inspire others with your success please contact us at info@drfuhrman.com

Food for Thought What's Cooking at Dr. Fuhrman's?

NUTrition


Nuts and Seeds Are Excellent Foods!
Nuts are an excellent natural food. Countless studies have shown raw nuts and seeds not only lower cholesterol, but protect against common diseases of aging. Because they have hard shells and are picked off large trees with deep roots, nuts are relatively well protected from pesticides and environmental pollution. Nuts and seeds are a clean source of healthy fats, and are also a good source of protein. Dr. Fuhrman recommends raw almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios, macadamias, filberts, and walnuts; and sunflower, sesame, flax, and pumpkin seeds. They make a great snack for children too!

To learn more about the amazing benefits of nuts and seeds, read Dr. Fuhrman's Healthy Times Newsletter Issue No. 11.

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Teleconference:

Discuss the keys to healthy living with Dr. Fuhrman.
Topic: Avoiding Medical Care
Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Time: 12:00 pm EST

(SeeDr. Fuhrman's Online Member Center for details)

Clearing the Haze

Celebrity doctor Joseph Mercola,D.O. is a prolific writer with a large following. Recently, Dr. Fuhrman was asked on DiseaseProof.com blog to assess some of Dr. Mercola's more outlandish claims.

Here's what Dr. Fuhrman had to say about the 'miraculous' properties of coconut oil: 'I(Dr. Fuhrman) just went to www.nal.usda.gov our government's web analysis tool and analyzed plain coconut oil for you guys and added up the numbers including the fractions so it would be exact. 100 grams of coconut oil contains 86.5 grams of saturated fat. It contains 14.1 grams of 6-10 chain (medium chain) saturated fats and 5.8 grams of monounsaturated fat. So it is most accurate to call it (coconut oil) about 14% of those less harmfull ('miraculous') MCT saturated fats (a relatively small amount). . . [additionally] the extracted oil contains less than one tenth of nature's valuable nutrients than the same amount of calories obtained from the whole food (coconut).'

Other interesting topics on DiseaseProof.com include:

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