Eat to Live is featured in this week's People Magazine!

 Alanis Morissette lost weight in a healthy, natural way following my Eat to Live program.

Alanis - thin, healthy, jogging

Alanis Morissette was plagued by eating disorders as a teenager, feeling shameful about gaining weight and going to extreme measures to lose it. On her last tour in 2008, she fell into some unhealthy habits - late-night trips to restaurants and high-calorie drinks, and the weight piled on… 

The turning point came when she read Eat to Live, which she calls her “redefining moment” – she equates food with fuel, not “fat” or “thin.” She attributes her successful, healthy weight loss, as well as her ability to choose the right foods to the Eat to Live program.

I wish Alanis continued success on her nutritarian journey, and I’m cheering her on as she trains for her first marathon!

 View the entire article here.

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Louis Revesz - October 30, 2009 7:21 PM

Great article! Congratulations.

Emily Boller - October 30, 2009 8:55 PM

Congratulations!

Go greens ~ go nutritarian eating ~ go marathon training!

Let's all say good-bye to nasty addictions that swallow us into dark holes that ruin our health and lives.

It takes continual diligence and commitment, but as Alanis's story so beautifully illustrates, the freedom is so worth the effort. Thanks for the inspiration!

Paul Surovell - October 31, 2009 12:44 AM

Yes! This is the kind of prominence Dr. Fuhrman and ETL deserve. Thank you People magazine.

ks - October 31, 2009 2:44 AM

You go Dr. Fuhrman, you rock!!!!

Eco Mama - October 31, 2009 12:11 PM

Interesting. And good for her! Thanks for sharing.
xo
Eco Mama

Cho Yung Tea - May 30, 2010 11:56 PM

Eating is good but eat healthy green food...than you can remain fit... no need for extra care just run and eat green

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