John Allen Mollenhauer

As a performance coach, nutrition educator, and lifestyle entrepreneur, John has been helping to usher in the high nutrient density or “nutrient-rich” eating approach for more than 20 years. John Allen or “JAM” as he is affectionately known, a self-proclaimed “superfoodie,” launched NutrientRich.com when the 2005 USDA Dietary Guidelines recognized “nutrient density” as a cornerstone of good nutrition and took it to new heights in 2010, when the USDA stated, “with two-thirds of Americans overweight or living on prescription meds, the USDA calls on ALL Americans to eat a more Nutrient-Rich Diet.” A former competitive athlete and present-day endurance athlete, John is also author/co-author of several books on nutrition and performance lifestyle. John passionately promotes a vital, unique path to achieving your highest goals in life business or sport—with superior health and well-being intact. He and his team support, inspire, train, and educate achievers to unleash the full potential of their lifestyles—similar to the way professional athletes do—to look, feel and perform brilliantly. He lives in Livingston, NJ with his wife Mariahna and their son Ian.

Eating Like a Nutritarian

Easy, healthy, delicious: The Nutritarian Diet by Joel Fuhrman MD.

Eating healthfully is not rocket science – it’s nutritional science. That may sound like a corny joke, but like most corny jokes, it contains an element of truth. Diet “gurus” tend to overcomplicate things, creating eating styles that are too rigid or confusing to follow, or making the guidelines too lax by trying to accommodate …

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Eating Like a Nutritarian

The Difference Between Eating “Healthier”, a Diet of Whole Nutrient Rich Foods and Eating Like a Nutritarian Part III-Level 3

In Part I and Part II of this 3-part series, we are making the distinction between eating healthier, eating a diet of up to 90% or more whole, nutrient-rich foods, and eating like a Nutritarian. The distinctions between these three levels of eating are significant. We refer to them as “levels,” because within each level …

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Whole Nutrient Rich Foods

The Difference Between Eating “Healthier”, a Diet of Whole Nutrient Rich Foods and Eating Like a Nutritarian Part II-Level 2 

Now that we know what constitutes various healthier ways of eating, most of which are “half baked,” in one way or another, in terms of an optimally healthy diet; let’s gain a better understanding of what it means to eat a diet of whole “nutrient-rich” foods and ultimately up to 90% or more of these …

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The Difference Between Eating “Healthier”, a Diet of Nutrient Rich Foods and Eating Like a Nutritarian Part I – Level 1

Here at NutrientRich.com, we talk a lot about eating healthy; a diet of nutrient-rich or nutrient-dense foods abundant in micronutrients. These are the plant phytochemicals that are the defining, cornerstone-food factor that makes a nutrient-rich food “nutrient-rich,” health and longevity promoting. With the early guidance of Joel Fuhrman MD. we also outlined The 3 Classes …

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Phytochemicals

The One Nutrient Categories Healthy Foods Depend On.

Open up a conversation on whether a food is healthy or not and you are sure to have a debate on your hands. Recently, in a well known form on Facebook, steak or red meat was referred to as nutrient poor and the servers almost shut down and as we all know Facebook never goes down. …

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9 Factors that make a food nutrient rich

9 Factors that Make a Diet “Nutrient Rich”

You are eating foods rich in: 1. Health-promoting protein, to provide the amino acids your body uses in countless combinations to create the thousands of different proteins you need. 2. Real food carbohydrate to primarily fuel your body, so you have enough energy to sustain your brain, central nervous system and all of the essential processes of your …

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Eat to Live Getaway

Eat to Live Retreat In Sunny Southern California

It’s one thing to learn how to eat healthy through books and seminars, it’s wholly another to be able to spend a few months living in a new world, one that becomes your own and helps you establish new eating habits in the most direct and experiential way imaginable. Let alone in an oasis like the Eat …

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