Dr. Fuhrman’s series on UnchainedTV offers crucial information on disease prevention.
Fort Wayne, Indiana, November 17th, 2023 — America is in the throes of a health crisis. Two-thirds of us are overweight or obese and it’s leading to a surge in chronic and life-threatening diseases. Meanwhile, the government spends billions on skyrocketing health care costs.
Famed physician Joel Fuhrman shows us the way out of this morass by explaining exactly how we can help prevent and reverse common diseases through our diets. Dr. Fuhrman is a board-certified family physician, bestselling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing. He serves as the president of the Nutritional Research Foundation and is on the faculty of Northern Arizona University, Health Sciences division. Check out his channel on UnchainedTV.
What the Heck are High Glycemic Foods?
Transitioning to a whole food, plant-based lifestyle can be fun and even joyous as participants see their excess weight slide off and their energy levels surge. But, to get the maximum benefit, people need to know the traps that will sabotage health, like high glycemic foods. In the video below, Dr. Fuhrman explains this issue in detail.
The Nutritarian Way
Dr. Fuhrman coined the term “Nutritarian” to describe a way of eating that staves off disease and supports health. The four pillars underlying this concept are: stronger immune systems, vibrant energy levels, weight management and reduced disease risk. The idea is that by choosing foods packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, you’re nourishing your body and reducing your environmental footprint.
Why Avoiding Salt is a Key to Optimal Health
Says Dr. Fuhrman, “Recent advancements in nutritional science can grant us the opportunity to live a life free of heart disease, strokes, and even cancer, living longer than at any point in human history. It will take effort but the rewards you will get from a healthy life will be priceless.” While consuming more vegetables, grains and fruits is key, avoiding salt is also crucial. This video explains why.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman: On a Mission
Through hundreds of radio and television appearances, including on The Dr. Oz Show, The Today Show, Live with Kelly, and Good Morning America, Dr. Fuhrman has educated millions on the long-range benefits of healthy eating. His five hugely successful PBS specials, which have raised over $50 million for public television, bring essential nutritional knowledge to homes all across America.
Dr. Fuhrman is also the author of seven New York Times bestsellers, including his most recent book, Eat for Life (HarperOne, 2020). His other bestsellers include: Eat to Live (Little Brown, 2003); Super Immunity (HarperOne, 2012); The End of Diabetes (HarperOne, 2013); The Eat to Live Cookbook (HarperOne, 2013); The End of Dieting (HarperOne, 2014) and The End of Heart Disease (HarperOne, 2016).
Get Educated on Disease Prevention for Free
You can deepen your knowledge of these topics by watching Dr. Fuhrman’s 11 videos on UnchainedTV. All of them are offered for free. For instance, in his segment on breast cancer, he presents nutritional strategies that he says could help protect against the disease and help reduce the chance of its recurrence. Another video offers specific information on how to best use vitamins to make sure you’re getting enough of certain key nutrients.
These and other health-related videos are streamed for educational purposes only and should not be considered medical advice.
Viewers can access this content by downloading the UnchainedTV streaming app on any Samsung Smart TV or on any television via Amazon Fire Stick, a Roku device or an Apple TV device. UnchainedTV is also available for download on any phone and viewable online. All of the content is available for free. The UnchainedTV network is part of a California-based 501c3 nonprofit.
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A graduate of the University of Dayton, Lauren Caggiano is a Midwest-based copywriter, journalist, editor, and personal trainer who is passionate about championing the cause of a kinder lifestyle.