Many individuals who follow the Nutritarian diet write to Dr. Fuhrman about their success. Keep in mind that results vary from person to person. As always, consult your physician if you have a medical history and/or condition that may warrant individual recommendations.
Kerri lost 35 pounds; her husband serving in Iraq lost 40 pounds despite having to eat in the field or in the military facility; their 36 month old daughter also follows tjhe plan and is a happy, healthy child
Matt was deployed to Iraq. He has been eating Eat To Live for eight months in military dining facilities and in the field. It's challenging, eating veggies, fruits, and whole grains, but they do provide it, you just have to filter your way through the chow hall and seek out the good foods. I also sent him boxes and boxes of healthy nuts and seeds, dried fruits, nut butters, and healthy crackers (not perfect there, but he needs energy in the desert).
People always question his diet, some in disbelief and some generally interested, like anywhere else in the world. So many people (as you all have encountered) have excuses for not wanting to eat healthy and modify their diet and lifestyle, because it's too hard, too many obstacles, etc., but here's a person who has been able to be successful in Iraq in the middle of a war for eight months! I am so proud of him. I attribute it to his determination, personal health goals. I wish continued success to everyone,
Just a side-note, he and I have lost 35 and 40 pounds respectively. He is at his ideal weight, and I'm working toward getting to my ideal weight. My 36 month old daughter also eats Eat To Live and is the happiest, healthiest, child I know!
Results may vary.