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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If you're eating a conventional poison diet, this will help. If you want to truly improve your health, don't listen to experts. Experiment with whole plant foods and you can find a way of eating that makes you smarter, happier, more resilient, more generous, more energentic. There is really no limit to what plants can do for you.
My tastes are changing. My old diet is not tasting like it used to. I am experiencing what you are talking about. I could not understand this. This is amazing information. My A1C was much better. I am working on IF and controlling my health. This journey is amazing.
You say: "A salad every single day". What about on the days one is fasting? Also, you say steamed greens. This seems to imply that they MUST be steamed. Most health experts agree that eating greens RAW is more beneficial. as boiling water destroys most of the enzymes nutrients etc and turns a living food into a dead toxic food. (This might go for the cooked beans as well). Are all these compromises really necessary? Why not go
100 per cent raw like all the other living healthy beings on the planet ?
well actually the food group that satietes the most is proteins
so animal foods (not honey) will satiete most (not saying u should eat them....like at all...but saying animal products dont satiate is literally the opposite of truth)
hunger comes from fat/protein/caloric/micronutrient/insulin spiking foods
and yes i know animal products (especially protein...and to a lesser more "indirect" extend their fat) does spike insulin, but nowhere near as any cooked starchy food
-- and if u say beans now im not so sure about that...they make me tired af despite the claims of being low on the GI
raw meat (albeit, toxic af) doesnt spike insulin at all whereas cooked meat spikes it somewhat
bottom line: stop eating cooked starches/high gi foods: they suck, regardless of what science says...these docs aint got no clue
Correct, it does not occur in all mushrooms. But it does occurs in all agaricus mushrooms which include button (A. bisporus) and crimini/portabella (A. campistrus). People should cook or marinate all mushrooms. For many reasons.
William Read the poison is in the dose. Theirs arsenic in broccoli. Good luck eating enough broccoli to die of arsenic poisoning. Our bodies are not made of glass. We are not fragile, delicate flowers. You can expose your body to mycotoxins from whole foods and the pros of whole foods will outweigh them. Their is no perfect food.
There is no such thing as organic dairy...besides the cows are so over milked...they get horrible infections in their utters and guess what...you're drinking pus in your milk. Try a nut milk. Much better for you. No red meat is good for you.
Many thanks for giving me a food guide to live by. I always try to buy the best healthy food for my family..but I didnt know the right quantity each day. 🥣 I keep a larder full of legumes, pasta, rice, tinned food, bulgarwheat etc.
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