Eat For Health: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, Look Younger, Live Longer

By | January 2, 2019

2012: by Joel Fuhrman M. D. – Dr. Mehmet Oz writes “I trust Dr. Fuhrman with my patients because his advise and insights make sense and work.”

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3 Comments

Anonymous on 01/02/2019 at 14:06.

Great book and guide for better health. I have read a few diet and exercise books and programs over the past couple decades. I, like many, have struggled with my weight for much of my adult life. I have a couple issues with most “weight loss programs” whether they were diets, exercise, or some combination of each. First, almost every book/program I have read suggests strict eating or tons of exercise which is just not realistic to continue for the rest of your life. So you go on the program for weeks or months and lose…

Anonymous on 01/02/2019 at 14:35.

Dr. Fuhrman educated me on Excellent Nutrition. Dilia Suriel added much needed tools also. Looking back 63 years (!!), some years I was a normal weight, some a heavier weight. Food has been an issue since I was a toddler. I think my natural off switch was broken. I was in counseling for an eating disorder for many years. I even attended the Duke University intensive program. Unlike most folks, I didn’t try a lot of diets because I knew I was using food as a coping mechanism, like some use alcohol, cigarettes and drugs. Food per se wasn’t the problem. I could chow down on salads as…

Anonymous on 01/02/2019 at 14:40.

EXCELLENT Book!!! HORRIBLE KINDLE Version. BOOK itself is EXCELLENT (5-Star)!!! Kindle version barely usable(1-Star). Many helpful tables, including the 4 weeks of menus, are included in the book but are not legible even using Kindle zoom on my 17″ laptop. I have to connect to my 55″ TV before I can read the tables. Of course, COPYing/PASTEing into WORD or other programs to allow adjusting the size so it’s readable is not allowed. In Kindle version, clicking on tables to enlarge them creates a separate window & is not easy to…

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