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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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Nutrient Rich Recipe – Asparagus and Artichoke Hearts

Prep time: 3-4 minutes Total recipe time: 5-6 minutes 1 bunch asparagus, bottoms cut off 1 cup of artichoke hearts, rinsed and drained (canned or frozen will work) 1/2 cup sliced red onion 1 garlic clove sliced thin 1 orange, juiced and zested Ground black pepper to taste (optional) Instructions.  1. In a dry sauté …

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Type 2 Diabetes is Easily Reversible with Nutrient-Rich Nutrition

Over 20 million people in the United States (about 8% of the population) have Type 2 Diabetes, and Diabetes accounted for 6.8% of global deaths in adults (age 20-79) in 2010.1,2 Dr. Fuhrman says… Excess weight interferes with insulin’s functions, and is the primary risk factor for developing type 2 diabetes. Therefore the most effective …

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More Reasons to Maintain a Healthy Weight

By Joel Fuhrman M.D. Being overweight is not harmless – excess fat is the major factor responsible for insulin resistance and resultant type 2 diabetes, and a risk factor for a plethora of conditions including heart disease, stroke, hypertension, high cholesterol, liver disease, gallbladder disease, respiratory problems, arthritis, and infertility.  Obesity is thought to be …

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