Handy guides to help you choose healthful foods and create delicious Nutritarian meals.
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Dr. Fuhrman created the ANDI (Aggregate Nutrient Density Index) to show how popular foods stack up in terms of micronutrient density per calorie. The more nutrient-dense food you consume, the more you will be satisfied with fewer calories. Check the rankings of foods you commonly eat—you might be surprised at their ANDI ranking.
Taking the guesswork out of healthy eating for people on the go, this infographic lists the foods that should be part of your diet every day, such as the G-BOMBS (Greens, Beans, Onions, Mushrooms, Berries, and Seeds), and those that should be avoided at all costs.
Convenient, portable, nutritious and delicious, smoothies are a great way to get plenty of leafy green veggies, fruit and healthy seeds and nuts—and their beneficial phytochemicals—into your diet. This infographic provides the basic formula for creating a great smoothie, plus four of Dr. Fuhrman’s most popular smoothie recipes.
Anyone familiar with the Nutritarian eating style knows that “Salad is the main dish.” This infographic shows you how easy it is to build a healthful, tasty salad, using leafy greens, cruciferous veggies, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, peppers, beans, nuts and seeds. The infographic includes instructions for creating a healthy salad dressing, and provides a selection of our members’ favorite dressing and salad recipes.
Some of the most popular multivitamins on the market contain ingredients such as Vitamin A and beta-carotene that have been shown to increase your risk of developing cancer. This infographic contains important information about which supplements to take—and which ones to avoid.
No matter what the weather is like outside, soup can be the basis of a delicious and satisfying meal. This helpful infographic lists the building blocks of a great soup. It includes a list of mix-and-match ingredients, so you can create a soup that delights your unique palate—ranging from a spicy, chilled gazpacho to a hearty bean soup, and everything in between.
Dr. Fuhrman's infographic lists nutritional protocols for staying healthy, plus some of the practical strategies that doctors and nurses use to keep from getting sick. Print out the infographic and tape it to your refrigerator for handy reference. It will help you and your family remember to take proper precautions to keep the germs at bay!
This handy list provides a guide to the most favorable foods for anyone looking to prevent or reverse their type 2 diabetes.
Find out what type of foods are associated with an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Dr. Fuhrman reimagines the standard—and unhealthy—USDA food pyramid. His Nutritarian version places the emphasis on the healthful, nutrient-dense, plant-rich foods that support great health.
Dr. Fuhrman’s guidelines for preventing breast cancer include which types of foods you should eat (and which ones you must avoid), as well as tips on supplementation, exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
An acronym that stands for Greens, Beans, Onions, Mushrooms, Berries and Seeds, G-BOMBS are packed with micronutrients, will help you achieve sustainable weight loss, and have immune-boosting properties. This infographic details the ways in which these foods promote superior health and enhanced longevity.