Dr. Fuhrman on LIVE! with Kelly

I love Dr. Fuhrman since I credit him with making my transformation possible and for giving me a whole new life.  I’m so happy to see him appearing on TV.  I had the pleasure of meeting him once and he is truly a passionate voice for wellness and health.  He cares and he will not water down his message to fit in.  I respect that.

There are lots of diets out there but how many actually protect you from illness and give you improved health and immunity?  Maybe you don’t need to lose weight but Dr. Fuhrman has several other books out such as Disease-Proof Your Child or Super Immunity which are also great reads and very informative.  This is science and not something he cooked up to generate sales.  His books are packed with references to medical journals and scientific results. Read more from Dr. Fuhrman

Here’s a wonderful clip of Dr. Fuhrman explaining his Nutritarian diet which can be found in Eat To Live – For Fast and Sustained Weightloss

Are you considering trying his diet? I can help you!  Join me on Facebook…I want to hear from you!

Here are all the recipes from the show too!

Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Wild Berry Oatmeal

1 cup rolled oats

1 tablespoon chia seeds

1 cup wild frozen blueberries

1 apple peeled and chopped

1 teaspoon cinnamon

6 walnut halves

In a pot, add 2 cups water to 1 cup rolled oats. While water is heating up, add 1 apple, peeled and chopped to the water. Once water boils, add the oats. Stir mixture. Remove pot from burner and cover to let any remaining water be absorbed by the mixture. Add blueberries, cinnamon and chopped walnuts. Serve.

Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Orange Sesame Dressing

1/4 cup unhulled sesame seeds, divided so that half is blended and half is sprinkled onto salad

1/4 cup raw cashew nuts or 1/8 cup raw cashew butter

1/2 cup orange juice

2 tablespoons fruit-based vinegar ( preferably, blood orange vinegar)

2 oranges*, peeled and diced

1tsp. ground flax seeds

Serves 4 to 6.

Blend all above ingredients until creamy and smooth. Lightly toast leftover unhulled sesame seeds. Mix dressing into salad. Sprinkle toasted sesame seeds onto salad. Serve.

Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Fudgy Black Bean Brownies

2 cups cooked black beans, preferably no-salt added

10 medjool dates

2 apples

2 tablespoons raw almond butter

1 teaspoon vanilla

1/2 cup cocoa powder

1 tablespoon ground chia seed

Blend all of the above. Put in a square pan. Bake for 1 hour at 275 degrees.

Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s California Kale with Mushroom Cream Sauce

2 bunches kale, leaves removed from tough stems

½ cup raw cashews

½ cup water

1 small onion

½ tsp. no-salt vegetable seasoning, or adjust to taste

2 cups raw crimini mushrooms

Steam Kale and put aside. While kale is steaming, chop mushrooms and onion. Water sauté mushroom and onion mix with vegetable seasoning. Put water sautéed mixture aside. Chop kale into small pieces using a chopping bowl. Mix kale with water sautéed mixture. Serve.

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  1. Hello Isa, I made the black bean brownies and they were divine, they seem to taste even better the next day! Quick question, I keep seeing the same recipe online minus the apples, have you tried them that way and what is the outcome? Thanks again.

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