Delving Into the Archives
Even though it's only a few months old, DiseaseProof has already accumulated a pretty big library posts and podcasts on various health topics. If you ever feel like searching through those archives (either by clicking on a topic at the left and then scrolling through relevant results, or better yet typing a keyword in the search box at the upper left) you'll see there's all kinds of interesting stuff.
Here's a rundown of some of the more popular posts from our first few months:
- Ten Reasons to Keep Eating Healthy Foods Despite Today's Headlines offers important perspective, echoed by countless other nutrition experts, on a recent study that appeared to cast doubt on the benefit of a low-fat diet.
- This authoratative post features more than a dozen important studies demonstrating the link between certain foods and health. Use it as a resource.
- We have mentioned the toxin mercury in fish repeatedly, and this post has plenty fish eaters should know about.
- Parents who are trying to get their children to eat healthy food should really listen to the first episode of the DiseaseProof podcast. Dr. Fuhrman has four kids of his own, and he'll tell you practical stories about how to get your children to eat well without driving you or them crazy. There's another episode of the podcast about vitamins and supplements for kids.
- All of the success stories are inspiring and amazing. Julisa's story of defeating lupus is truly a must-read.
- The New York Times published an article questioning the role diet plays in preventing cancer. There's plenty more to the story however. Dr. Fuhrman responds. (Also, an overview of his thoughts on cancer treatments.)
- Dr. Fuhrman's article on preventing osteoperosis is full of practical advice.
- This post and its follow up have Dr. Fuhrman's thoughts about avian influenza.
- This feast included some very popular recipes. (And don't forget the magical green soup!)
- A thoughtful discussion examining the benefits of organic food.
- An overview of the diet Dr. Fuhrman recommends, with a diagram you can print out and put on your fridge!