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Health and happiness
Each of us deserve health and happiness, but that doesn't mean we automatically achieve them. In the Eat to Live Podcast, Dr. Fuhrman and Jenna discuss how nutrition plays a role in happiness and strategies for a healthier and happy life!
|Sep 01, 2021|
Where Do You Get Your Protein?
|Aug 04, 2021|
|Jun 23, 2021|
Growing Up Nutritarian
Learn more in Dr. Fuhrman’s best-selling book, Disease Proof Your Child.
|May 11, 2021|
Win the War on Cancer
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|Mar 30, 2021|
Meet Dr. Fuhrman
Meet nutritional expert, board-certified physician and 7-time NY Times bestselling author Joel Fuhrman, M.D. His Nutritarian diet – the gold standard of whole food, plant-based eating – has made sustainable weight loss, disease prevention and healthy longevity a reality for people around the world. In this episode, discover how a career-threatening injury inspired this former world champion athlete to pursue a medical career that would help change the way we fuel our bodies. He’s interviewed by his daughter Jenna Fuhrman – a second-generation Nutritarian and key figure in establishing Dr. Fuhrman’s the Eat to Live Retreat in San Diego, California.
Members we have special episode resources for you! Head to the Nutritarian Network at DrFuhrman.com.
|Mar 02, 2021|