Dr. Fuhrman is building a nutritarian army to fight disease!

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Dr. Fuhrman has helped countless individuals make dramatic health recoveries through his unique high-nutrient dietary approach, and as a result they have saved thousands of dollars on medications.  These dramatic success stories - like Anthony, Charlotte, and many more - that were achieved with natural whole foods are newsworthy and critical to consider in our present crisis of expensive and unaffordable health care.

 The number of these remarkable success stories is too overwhelming for the media to ignore.  Everybody needs to be aware that they can recover their health and avoid drug dependency.  Read this press release and share it with others to help spread the word!

Who wants to join Dr. Fuhrman's nutritarian army?


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Diane - January 27, 2010 2:21 PM

I have joined the army, we need to inform our younger generation about healthy eating before it is too late..

Dee Dee Vogt - January 27, 2010 4:05 PM

I am joining the army! I recently began correcting course and am wrestling with a sugar addiction. I know that I need extra support both emotional and dietary.
My husband decided that he wanted to get on board...I have noticed that he is shedding excess weight, feels better and now says that he does not want to go back. My question is this...he has been on Coumadin and Lipitor for a number of years and desperately wants to get off these medications. Can you address this for people who want to get off meds? What are the options/implications.

Sarah C - January 27, 2010 7:34 PM

I joined the nutrinarian army - and have lost 13 lbs in 22 days! Proof enough for me- wahoooo!

Emily Boller - January 27, 2010 10:15 PM

I don't know about you, but I'm sick and tired of a medical culture that's influenced by pharmaceutical drug reps and salesmen instead of scientific nutritional research.

I'm fed up with a health care system, including dieticians and food service personnel, who see absolutely nothing wrong with serving pizza, dinner rolls, butter and jelly, cake, ice cream, and pudding to sick patients.

I'm disappointed by the fact that our educational system values and prioritizes college and career preparation over instruction in optimal health and longevity. How fulfilling and productive is a career intermingled with food addiction and hangovers? What enjoyment and satisfaction is there in a beautiful home and nice car mixed with alcoholism, eating disorders, heart disease, depression, pain meds, and diabetes?

And I'm deeply saddened by a religious and social culture that not only leads the way in gluttonous pleasures and indulgences; but promotes them over moral and ethical responsibility, and wise care of the human body.

The change of one . . . is a transformation.

The change of many . . . is a revolution.

It's time for the revolution.

Count me in.

Emily Boller

Karen - January 28, 2010 11:37 AM

I've been playing at it for a while - poorly - but this week got totally on board. 5.5 pounds gone so far and much happier cells in my body as they get the nutrition they need. Dee Dee, I have a sugar addiction, too and have to treat it as such. It's hard.

Cindy - January 28, 2010 11:48 AM

Count me in. This is the healthcare reform we need, one in which we can truly "recover health and avoid drug dependency." We can wake up, wise up, and act responsibly.

Emily Boller - January 28, 2010 2:19 PM

Dee Dee,

Congratulations to both you and your husband for making the choice to get your health restored through nutritarian eaitng!

All of your medical questions concerning your husband getting off medications can be answered by Dr. Fuhrman on Ask the Doctor. (Ask the Doctor is a part of the Member Center of DrFuhrman.com.) Plus the Member Center will have plenty of additional support for you in overcoming your sugar addiction.

Many have overcome sugar addiction and many are off their medications through careful, supervised guidance by Dr. Fuhrman.

(Check out Ronnie's amazing and true story of getting off all heart medications! http://www.diseaseproof.com/archives/interviews-features-interview-with-a-nutritarian-ronnie.html)

The best of health to everyone!

anon - January 28, 2010 11:59 PM

I am with you Emily. I am done with the fact that never before have medicine and business been so intertwined as they are now. If you follow the money trail, that's where you will find the truth. You will see that many pharmaceutical companies sponsor so called "medical" research. I am done with the kind of lunches that are promoted and pushed upon young kids, including chocolate milk as a part of it all. Anyone who knows the dangers of casein in milk would see that it's like giving a pack of cigarettes to a child. I am on board.

DJ Freddie Palumbo - February 4, 2010 12:43 PM

Put me on the front line.

Darrell H. Williams - February 12, 2010 6:58 AM

I regret the use of the "army" and "fighting" metaphor in our time when so much personal unhappiness has come to people we know from current military events.

I suggest, Drs Ferreri and Fuhrman, that our nutritarian message be heralded, and as team we enter the contest to become predominant in educating about eating for health.

I don't want to be a member of an army, but I deeply cherish my membership in Dr. Fuhrman.com and proudly trumpet the benefits I have gained in the last four years.

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