Five things you need to know this cold and flu season

  • Posted by Julia Kent on Nov 11 2016

Perhaps you heard it somewhere in the office, or along your commute, or maybe even in your own home—chances are, though, you’ve heard it by now—the telltale cough or sneeze that announces the start of cold and flu season. You can get your shots and stock up on medicine, but according to Dr. Joel Fuhrman, the secret to staying healthy isn’t relying on medical care. Instead, he points to the overwhelming evidence proving that proper diet and nutrition is the key to supercharging the immune system and protecting our bodies against disease. Dr. Fuhrman is a board-certified family physician who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through natural methods. In Super Immunity, he shares everything you need to know about how to turn your kitchen into your most powerful ally in fighting disease and infection. You may be surprised by some of what he has to say about colds and the flu. Of course, the best way to fight a cold or…

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Dr. McDougall’s Pear-Cranberry Crumble

  • Posted by Julia Kent on Oct 10 2016

A pioneer in the evidence-based nutrition movement, John McDougall, MD, is the author of several bestselling books, founder and director of the McDougall Program, and cofounder of Dr. McDougall’s Right Foods. His new book, The Healthiest Diet on the Planet, offers a delicious, easy-to-follow, and proven guide to preventing disease and looking and feeling our best—simply by eating the foods we’ve always loved, like pizza, pancakes, potatoes, pasta, and more!   For years we’ve been told that a healthy diet is loaded with meat, poultry and fish. The fact is, diets loaded with animal proteins are high in calories and cholesterol, and can too often leave us feeling hungry and unsatisfied—a recipe for overeating. Complex carbohydrates like whole grains, legumes, root vegetables, and other starch-rich foods can provide your body the necessary essential nutrients that satisfy your appetite while simultaneously keeping you happy and healthy.   The new book features more than sixty healthy, plant-based recipes—from breakfast burritos…

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Tips for a Real-Food Lifestyle

  • Posted by Admin on Jul 02 2015

Health conscious people everywhere understand the ongoing struggle of seeking out real, whole foods and saying no to the convenience of fast foods. In her latest book Unprocessed, Megan Kimble shares findings from her year-long quest to explore what unprocessed foods really means.

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Slim Down Now

Discover the Power of Pulses

  • Posted by Admin on Feb 23 2015

In her new book, Slim Down Now, Cynthia Sass offers a complete guide to harnessing the power of pulses to achieve weight-loss success. Sass introduces a unique class of protein-rich carbs—including lentils, beans, and chickpeas—called “pulses” that satisfy your hunger while simultaneously whittling away belly fat.

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Suepr Immunity

Live Longer, Stronger, and Disease Free

  • Posted by Admin on Jan 14 2014

Superior nutrition is the secret to Super Immunity, says Dr. Joel Fuhrman. That’s why Dr. Fuhrman believes that the secret to staying healthy lies not in medical care, but rather in changing the way we eat. In Super Immunity, Dr. Fuhrman shows you how a few simple changes to your diet can help you maximize your immunity to seasonal illnesses. Stay strong and healthy this flu season by adding key superfoods to everyday meals.

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Eat to Live Cookbook Foodist

Make Big Changes with These Easy, Delicious Food Rules

  • Posted by Admin on Jan 09 2014

Here’s the rub. Making big changes and eating real food can be tough. But by following some simple, delicious food rules it’s possible to do both. Oprah.com asked top experts, including Dr. Joel Fuhrman and Darya Pino Rose, for their best advice.

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Eat to Live Cookbook Dr. Joel Fuhrman cover

Make Healthy Food Choices With This Effortless Advice

  • Posted by Admin on Dec 19 2013

Shape gathered the top advice from 12 A-list experts for eating clean and making dessert part of your diet. Eat to Live Cookbook author, physician, and nutritional researcher Dr. Fuhrman shares his simple healthy eating tips with the magazine.

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