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Dr. Joel Fuhrman is a board-certified family physician with more than 25 years of experience in nutritional medicine. He is also the author of the new book, Fast Food Genocide.
Dr. Fuhrman explains that fast and processed foods are shortening lives and affecting people’s health at younger ages than ever before. They can cause damage to the brain as well as a host of other negative health implications.
One reason why people rely on fast and processed foods is many do not have access to fresh food. Dr. Fuhrman believes that when people have this nutritional information at their disposal and have access to fresh foods at an affordable price, we all will benefit.
Dr. Fuhrman also speaks about the nutritional density of food. Real foods contain micronutrients in addition to macronutrients. When micronutrient adequacy is achieved in quantity and variation across the spectrum, people do not have as much hunger or cravings and become more in tune instinctually with the number of calories their bodies need. He explains that continuous overeating on the standard American diet actually resembles a form of addiction.
To prevent disease and ensure better health, Dr. Fuhrman encourages people to include GBOMBS in their daily diet; specifically greens, beans, onions, mushrooms, berries, and seeds. He recommends trying to eat these foods every day, as they will work synergistically to prevent cancer and other diseases and health conditions. The Nutritarian diet also includes eating animal products, but Dr. Fuhrman recommends consuming them in a limited fashion.
People don’t realize the incredible health power of consuming these foods in addition to removing the fast and processed foods. You truly can control your health destiny.
To connect with Dr. Fuhrman or to learn more about Fast Food Genocide, visit http://www.drfuhrman.com. To learn more about the Nutritarian Women’s Health Study, visit http://www.NutritionalResearch.org.
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