Disease Proof

Dr. Oz on Oprah

Did you know Dr. Oz has been on Oprah all this week? No? Well, do you know Dr. Oz wrote the foreword to Dr. Fuhrman’s book Eat to Live? No again? You’re killing me! Okay then, well here’s some of what Dr. Oz had to say about Eat to Live:
Dr. Fuhrman is doctor as teacher; he makes applying nutritional science to our own lives easy to learn, compelling, practical, and fun. His own common sense and his scientifically supported solutions to many diet-induced ailments will enable readers to achieve unexpected degrees of wellness quickly and easily. He reminds us that not all fats or carbohydrates are good or bad and that animal products catalyze many detrimental effects to our health. He pushes us to avoid processed foods and to seek rick nutrients and phytochemicals available in fresh foods. Finally, he offers a meal plan that is tasty and easy to follow. However, make no mistake, the information you will find in Eat to Live will challenge you; the scientific evidence he cites will make it harder for you to ignore the long-term impact of the typical American diet. Indeed, it is a wake-up call for all of us to make significant changes in your lives. Now is the time put this information into action to bring optimal health to all Americans. Go for it.
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Fuad Najib - December 6, 2006 11:15 AM

Is is true that your blood type plays a big roll in your diet ?

Bobbi - February 3, 2007 12:09 AM

Dr. Oz on Oprah
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Written By:Bobbi
On February 3, 2007 12:06 AM

I've watched salt intake for a long time; for 10 yrs or more, have used a Morton salt (iodized) that has 1/3 less sodium than regular salt. The norm for sodium is 134-143 (via the lab my internist uses). Mine was 126 on Jan 6; on Jan 16, my internist repeated the test, & it was 129, but she states it's STILL too low. ALL other bloodwork is in normal range. Is this really something to worry about? How does a low sodium reading actually affect our bodies? I've always felt best to watch sodium intake...
Thank you.

angela lutz - May 7, 2007 1:09 PM

Can you give me the website for some good recipes for my husband who has a problem with cholesterol? It's hard for me to cook, it's so much he can't eat.

Betty Conner - November 5, 2007 8:11 PM

may i get the recipie for the Green Drink? thank you

Susan - March 12, 2008 3:22 AM

In response to Bobbi
"Mine was 126 on Jan 6; on Jan 16, my internist repeated the test, & it was 129, but she states it's STILL too low. ALL other bloodwork is in normal range. Is this really something to worry about? How does a low sodium reading actually affect our bodies?"
My mother was put in the hospital at sodium level of 117. It dropped again that night and she did not know any of us or where she was. Her words were scrambled sounding. it is VERY dangerous to have a too low or too high sodium level. along with all the other levels our body has. Think of it like this...there is a reason God put our earth where it is.... one inch closer it would bake... one inch further it would freeze.

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