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Avoiding “bad” foods is not enough

To protect against heart attack and stroke, is it enough to avoid sweets, white flour, and fried foods?  Or do we need to place more focus on eating more vegetabl... Read More

How Plant Protein Wins Over Animal Protein

We are all taught that protein is a super nutrient that will make us lean, strong, and healthy. We do need protein, but more is not necessarily better, and high-protei... Read More

It’s no Trick: Pumpkin is a Healthy Treat

Enjoy the health benefits of pumpkins just like our forefathers before us. Native American Indians used pumpkin as a healthy staple in their diets for centuries before... Read More

Do cruciferous vegetables or soybeans harm the thyroid?

Is there a murky side to super health foods such as kale, broccoli or any cruciferous vegetable if you have thyroid function issues? And what about soy foods? Is ... Read More

Get Pumped Safely With Plant Protein

Isolated protein, especially soy protein powder, is popularly blended into shakes and smoothies, but is this a healthful way to build muscle? The Problem With Prote... Read More

Arsenic: The Dark Side of Rice

The Nutritarian diet is largely focused on vegetables, beans, fruits, seeds and nuts with all of their health promoting vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals, as can b... Read More

Eating Berries Reduces Your Risk of Heart Attack

Berries are one of my super foods, and are represented by the second “B” in G-BOMBS. Rich in fiber and phytochemicals and low in calories, they have the hi... Read More

Unhealthy food triggers addiction leading to weight gain

The unhealthy foods at the center of the standard American diet are addictive, leading to cravings and "toxic hunger.”   Addictive substances involve b... Read More

Diet soda’s harmful effects

Eliminating diet soda from your beverage arsenal will help protect your bones. Moreover, despite the word “diet”, these drinks may actually cause weight ga... Read More

Clinical study confirms that beans are the preferred starch source for diabetics

Beans as the major starch source in the diabetic’s diet have the potential to make a huge positive impact on their long-term health. Beans are nutritionally supe... Read More

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Audio & Video


Soy Products, Soy Milk and Carrageenan

Dr. Ferreri discusses soy products and their nutritional properties, the sources of confusion in soy science, the relationship between soy and cancer, and carrageenan,... Read More

Sharing Your Successes - A Member-focused Conference"

Members, from beginners to advanced, share their stories with Dr. Fuhrman. Listen as men and women talk about their journey to better health through the nutritional pr... Read More

The Basics of Healthy Cooking (or non-cooking)

Food preparation tips from Dr. Fuhrman. He explains his simple method for making homemade, nutritious soups and gives helpful recipe advice for soups, salads, dressing... Read More

Lets Talk About Salt

Learn why salt is such a killer, what it does to our bodies and why we should avoid eating it. ... Read More

Sharing Recipes

You will be inspired to try new recipes as Dr. Fuhrman shares his favorite methods to make the healthiest soups, salad dressings and dips, smoothies, and sorbets. He d... Read More

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease and Diabetes

Looking to extend your life and lower your risk of heart attack, stroke and diabetes? In this webinar, Dr. Fuhrman explains that the tools you need are found not in yo... Read More

Nutritarian Recipes and Cooking

Join Dr. Fuhrman as he teaches you how to prepare some of his favorite, fast and easy Nutritarian recipes using whole food ingredients. Whether you are a beginner in t... Read More

Fundamental Principles of the Nutritarian Diet

The Nutritarian diet is designed for excellent health and is based on modern advances in nutritional science, which are enabling us to make great health achievements. ... Read More

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