Eat To Live by Dr. Fuhrman


 Summary:

All specific details are included in Dr. Fuhrman's book, Eat to Live.

(Rachelb23's food tips)

 Foods you can have

Breads, Grains, Cereals, Pasta, Rice
Meat and Fish
Fruit and Fruit Juices
Vegetables and Legumes (e.g. Beans)
Dairy Products - Milk, Cheese, etc
Eggs and Egg Substitutes
Nuts and Seeds
Fats and Oils
Herbs, Spices, Sauces
Beverages
Others, Snacks, Sweets, etc

Not OK
Unfavorable
Moderation
OK
Favorable

Recent Activity for Eat To Live by Dr. Fuhrman

View:  all activity | journals | calendar | posts | photos | kitchen | tips
new topics | replies | all posts

 How To Follow Eat To Live by Dr. Fuhrman:

All further details are included in Dr. Fuhrman's book, Eat to Live.
     
  by member Rachelb23
Hi, my name is Rachel. I'm 27 years old, 5'8", looking to get down to 135 pounds. I am from Illinois, near St Louis, and work as a medical transcriptionist. I have 2 dogs, Artemis and Layla. I was doing the alli plan, then Weight Watchers for s ...
member since: 12 Jan 08
 

More Eat To Live by Dr. Fuhrman Info


Recent Recipes

FatSecret members recently rated these recipes for Eat To Live by Dr. Fuhrman:
average member ranking
Cucumber Avocado Salad
Salad with cucumbers, avocados and tomatoes.
cals: 198kcal | fat: 15.11g | carbs: 16.40g | prot: 3.59g
average member ranking
Pumpkin Spiced Muffins
Easy to make, moist and delicious. Butter, oil and egg free. Perfect with coffee on a crisp, fall morning.
cals: 99kcal | fat: 1.08g | carbs: 20.91g | prot: 1.79g
average member ranking
Thai Noodle Soup
Fast and easy, sweet and sour and totally nutritious.
cals: 217kcal | fat: 7.27g | carbs: 33.92g | prot: 6.68g
view more recipes

Rachelb23's top tips

1.Unlimited non-starchy vegetables, fruits, and beans! Eat very large portions of these foods at meal times. Fill up on these high-quality foods. You will not get hungry or run out of energy before your next meal. Do not eat between meals.
2.Fill up on salads with oil-free dressings you can make at home or purchase at Whole Foods. Stir-fry veggies in water using a nonstick pan or steam them.
3.You may cook your unlimited veggies but are encouraged to eat 50% of them raw in the form of a salad. An entire head of romaine or other lettuce per day is the goal.
4.Eat up to 1 oz of nuts per day. One small serving of quality whole grains is allowed, i.e., 1 slice of whole grain bread, 1 oz of brown slow-cook rice, etc. Very small amounts of starchy vegetables like potatoes and corn are allowed. One small baked potato or serving of corn would be considered your one serving.
5.Drink at least 2 L of water per day. No soda or coffee. The worst of the detox will likely be from caffeine withdrawals, but you will get through it and feel better and clearer without it! Hang in there!
6.No low-nutrient, low-quality, processed foods are allowed on this diet. No meat except for occasional small portions of fish if desired. No dairy or eggs. This is a "nutritarian" diet designed with one purpose in mind: to give your body the most nutritional bang for it's buck without any foods that will negatively affect your body. This diet was created to cure the body of it's ailments and ward off preventable disease. It was designed to make you lean and strong, full of energy, and optimize your immunity, as nature intended. Your body is a machine, and this diet fills it with the most perfect, highest-quality fuel possible, and on it you will feel amazing.

About / History

All details are included in Dr. Fuhrman's book, Eat to Live.

     
  Why choose "Eat To Live by Dr. Fuhrman"?
 Promotes long term weight loss
 Promotes rapid weight loss
 Maintain your goal weight
 A healthy living alternative
 Targets body toning weight loss
 A body "detox"
 Teaches sustainable weight loss skills
 Provides an energy boost
 Improves mood and outlook
 Reduces the risks of diet-related diseases
 A roadmap for a healthier lifestyle

features in a nutshell