Joel Fuhrman M.D., a board–certified family physician who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional and natural methods, and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Eat to Live, Super Immunity and The End of Diabetes, delivers a powerful paradigm-shifting lecture showing us how and why we never need to diet again.
You will understand the key principles of the science of health, nutrition and weight loss. It will give you a simple and effective strategy to achieve—and maintain—an optimal weight without dieting for the rest of your life. This new approach will free you forever from a merry-go-round of diets and endless, tedious discussions about dieting strategies. This is the end of dieting."
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He's so right about the correct food being the key to good health. The info is accessible now. It's always been and will always be about money for the food, beverage and tobacco producers. And then there's Big Pharma on the other end. Good to see some honest people spilling the truth about empowering themselves with the tools to good health and nutrition. Thank you Dr.
That is not a fair score. It is easy to eat 200g of salmon but hard to eat 200g of kale. Kale is also not that digestible. Plus if you eat the whole fish, heart, liver it becomes more nutrient dense. My top foods are raw fish eggs, raw bird eggs, raw liver, shellfish, whole sardines. Blueberries are best for fruits as they are quite wild still. I personally wouldnt it too much green leaf veg, a small salad but anymore than say 50g is pointless and potentially toxic.
I saw Dr. Fuhrman at conferences in 2003, maybe 2004 and 2005 - and I am amazed to see he really hasn't aged (now nearly in 2019). I should not be surprised.
I only take my health advice from very healthy doctors and Dr. Fuhrman is my chief source of info.
This guy has no base to claim fat is stored as fat! The actual fact is that high fat intake reduces fat. Proof? Everyone with ketogenic diet loses weight. Don't listen to people who give any false advice - how do you tell truth from lies?
In Italy Italians eat pasta, pizza, olive oil.... do they have more cancer than Americans? Also, after traveling through Europe there are so many many pastry shops and certain countries like Austria, they eat a lot of meats. I just get confused about how their diets compare to ours?
They definetly dont eat only croissants, mostly fresh veggies and seafood and HOME MADE FOOD. What I saw in USA, most people dont cook. I also worked in kitchen and you have so much more oil in everything than you would put in to your own food.... its crazy. Its also very common in Europe to go on hikes and walks in nature.
Perhaps, but they don't eat like Americans either. I went to Italy several years ago and the guide told us that the hotel had a special menu for Americans because of the portion sizes and whet they consider to be odd food combos. We probably eat as much in an average breakfast as people in other countries do in a day. A serving of pasta in Italy is probably 1/4 the size the size of a serving in an Olive Garden. And Americans always have room for seconds :-)
I think they are better off because they eat more vegetables and fruits. So they have better health despite the olive oil. The vegetables and fruits add a level of protection. My wife and I spent a few weeks with a visiting our exchange student and her family in Germany after she had gone home. For supper they ate lite and had mostly vegetables.
Yes, it does the job your body was made to do--break down, absorb good and expel bad efficiently. So your body has nothing to do, and the ingredients in whole foods when removed leave the body without the tools it needs, like fiber and enzymes.
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