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Doctor Building Nutritarian Army to Fight Disease
Date:1/27/2010

Celebrities sing Dr. Fuhrman’s praises for helping them stay fit and trim, but this physician is determined to arm all Americans with not only the best weapon for battling weight struggles but also for fighting off chronic illnesses like heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and others. He has helped countless individuals make dramatic health recoveries through his unique high-nutrient dietary approach each saving thousands of dollars on medications. Dr. Fuhrman’s scientific discovery contributing to this success is that micronutrient adequacy derails food addictions and overeating behavior These disease recoveries, achieved with natural whole foods, prepared deliciously, are inspiring to all and critical to consider in our present crisis of expensive and unaffordable health care.

(PRWEB) January 27, 2010 -- Dr. Fuhrman is grateful for the attention that Alanis Morissette’s weight loss success has brought to him and his book EAT TO LIVE, but the bigger story here is the dramatic recoveries from life-threatening illnesses his readers have achieved following his high nutrient diet-style. Dr. Fuhrman is passionate about educating the public and stresses, “Micronutrient adequacy is needed to control appetite and food addictions. Not only is this the key to weight loss but more importantly it is the key to reversing heart disease and many chronic illnesses debilitating people everyday.”

Singing sensation Morissette put an end to her lifelong battle with weight and has acclaimed Joel Fuhrman, M.D.’s book EAT TO LIVE as the key to her success. Dr. Fuhr
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