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 Post subject: Dr. Joel Fuhrman is blogging.
PostPosted: Thu Mar 02, 2006 9:26 am 
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Yay :D
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Also, if you can, read his book "Eat to live". It's grrrrrrreat as Tony would put it.

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Yep. Best eating plan out there! I love Dr. F. :)


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I particulary like Dr. Fuhrman because he's turned quite a few people on to veganism (on another fitness site I'm on). But I did have issues with some of his info. Like his " ideal weight" suggestions. According to him, my ideal weight is around 112-114 pounds. I weighed 114 at one time, when I had been on a juice fast followed by raw foods for a couple of weeks, and I felt too thin. Not quite emaciated, but definitely thin. And that was without much muscle weight. If I had more muscle and weighed 114, I'd be more compact, and thus feel like a twig (though a muscular twig!)

Also, he mentions several times that greens or broccoli (I forget which) has more protein than beef. True, if you look a percentage of calories, BUT not if you look at a normal serving size.


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