This book is highly recommended for anyone interested in health and fitness--although this article contains a couple of caveats worth noting.
by Eric ArmstrongI just finished Eat to Live, by Dr. Joel Fuhrman. I was excited to read it because:
Dr. Fuhrman's book is weak in only two areas:
With those two caveats, however, I regard the book as excellent. His suggestions improved my dietary choices and he provides a ton of references to back up his claims.
In a nutshell, his program looks like this:
I'm nowhere nearclose to following that plan exactly, but the closer I get,
better I do. What I've noticed is this:
So these days, my ideal salad has greens for health, seeds and olives so I'm satisfied, legumes for long-term energy, and a bit of meat or fish for flavor (but that's optional). It's a great mix that is working well.
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