Post Tagged with: "Dr. Joel Fuhrman"

Vegan Recipe: Chilled Szechuan Sesame Noodles and Broccoli

Vegan Recipe: Chilled Szechuan Sesame Noodles and Broccoli

In this exclusive video clip, watch Dr. Fuhrman create his healthy, better-than-takeout version of Chilled Szechuan Sesame Noodles and Broccoli from his new Eat to Live Quick and Easy Cookbook. Wait until you see the secret ingredient swap that gives the dish its satisfying taste without adding unhealthy refined grains (hint: it’s related to the noodles). Bon appétit! Gone are […]

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Are the Nutrients in Vegetables Lost When We Cook Them?

Are the Nutrients in Vegetables Lost When We Cook Them?

  Does how we prepare our vegetables affect their nutritional value? Many nutrients are damaged by heat, light or oxygen. And cooking vegetables also modifies their physical and chemical properties. A general guideline is to eat a large variety of raw and gently cooked vegetables daily. For more specific information about which foods benefit from cooking and which are better […]

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Join Dr. Fuhrman on a 2016 Ski Vacation in Aspen

Join Dr. Fuhrman on a 2016 Ski Vacation in Aspen

Join Dr. Fuhrman and His Family and Friends on a Ski Vacation in Aspen, Colorado – Monday, March 28, 2016-Sunday, April 3, 2016 This first-ever Nutritional Research Foundation sponsored health getaway is not only for skiers, but for anyone looking to enjoy all that picturesque Aspen, Colorado has to offer. This very special getaway will help the Foundation raise critical […]

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The Surprising Health Benefits of Apples

The Surprising Health Benefits of Apples

The old adage “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” is truly justified by modern studies. Apples contain a wide variety of phytochemicals, many of which have been found to have strong antioxidant activity. Studies have linked eating apples with reduced risk of some cancers, cardiovascular disease, asthma, diabetes and obesity. Adding apples to the diet has been shown […]

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Why Choosing the Right Cinnamon is Important

Why Choosing the Right Cinnamon is Important

The culinary spices collectively known as cinnamon are derived from the fragrant inner bark of a group of small evergreen trees called Cinnamomum. Cinnamon has been used as a culinary and medicinal spice for thousands of years. Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia cinnamon The two major types of cinnamon used in food preparation are Ceylon cinnamon and Cassia cinnamon. Ceylon cinnamon, […]

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Dr. Fuhrman’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie

Dr. Fuhrman’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie

Chocolate and peanut butter are two great tastes that taste great in this healthful smoothie. A perfect breakfast for kids of all ages! Ingredients, Serves 1 2 cups baby kale blend 1 tablespoon natural, no-salt/no-sugar peanut butter 1 tablespoon natural cocoa powder 1/2 ripe frozen banana 1/2-1 cup soy, hemp or almond milk 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract Preparation Blend all […]

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Join Dr. Fuhrman for Nutritarians + Bean Town

Join Dr. Fuhrman for Nutritarians + Bean Town

Boston is famous for its beans, and beans are a key component of Dr. Fuhrman’s Nutritarian diet—what could be more perfect? New Englanders will have a chance to join Dr. Fuhrman as he leads a Nutritarian One-Day Intensive on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in Boston, MA. And now, through August 3, save $25 off the […]

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Dr. Fuhrman’s Kale with Sweet Corn Recipe

Dr. Fuhrman’s Kale with Sweet Corn Recipe

Sweet, tender corn kernels and robust kale make great partners in this nutrient-rich and delicious recipe. Ingredients, Serves 4 1 cup fresh corn kernels (about 2 ears) or defrosted frozen corn 1 bunch kale, tough stems and center ribs removed and leaves chopped 1/2 cup finely chopped onion 1 clove garlic, chopped 1/4 cup vegetable broth, no-salt-added or low sodium […]

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Vegan Recipe: Roasted Vegetable Pizza

Vegan Recipe: Roasted Vegetable Pizza

The whole family will enjoy these personal-sized veggie pizzas from DrFuhrman.com. Seasonings and vegetables can be easily adjusted to accommodate individual preferences. Ingredients, Serves 2 2 cups broccoli florets 1 large red bell pepper, sliced 1 large Portobello mushroom, cut into 1/2 inch slices 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon Mrs. Dash seasoning or Spike no […]

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Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s ANDI Scores (Aggregate Nutrient Density Index)

Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s ANDI Scores (Aggregate Nutrient Density Index)

Eggs on wheat toast for breakfast, a turkey sandwich for lunch, and chicken with pasta primavera for dinner. Sounds like a healthy diet, right? While many nutritionists say yes, some experts, like author Joel Fuhrman, tapped by Whole Foods Market in 2009 to help develop a new nutritional program, argue that many diets – even those considered healthy – are […]

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