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DiseaseProof Medical Doctor

Specialty: Family Medicine
Flemington, New Jersey
DiseaseProof.com serves as a forum to promote discussion on health information to help people understand how to take control of their health through nutritional excellence. Nutritional excellence is not only preventative, but as a therapeutic intervention is most often more effective than drugs... Full Bio
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Is Red Wine Heart Healthy? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine How much red wine, if any, is good for you? Red wine is known to contain a powerful antioxidant called resveratrol,but is red wine really a heart-healthy drink? This a ... Read on »
Beans: the Ideal Carbohydrate by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Beans are the ideal starchy food. They promote weight loss because they are low-glycemic and satiating, and they are also associated with reduced risk of diabetes and colo ... Read on »
Nutritarian Party Photo Contest by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine WIN A VITAMIX AND SIGNED EAT TO LIVE COOKBOOK -  Enter Dr. Fuhrman’s Favorite Holiday Moment Photo Contest for your chance to win a Vitamix and an Eat to Live Cookbook sig ... Read on »
Basics of Nutritarian Cooking by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine There are a few essential cooking techniques that need to be mastered when you commit to a nutrient-dense eating style. Nutritarian cooking can be simple or gourmet. You d ... Read on »
Anti-Cancer Foods: Cruciferous Vegetables by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine All vegetables are nutrient rich and promote good health, but green cruciferous vegetables (like kale, broccoli, and bok choy) have the highest nutrient density scores and ... Read on »
6 Worst Foods for Diabetes by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The worst foods for diabetes — the foods that elevate blood sugar, reduce insulin sensitivity and increase type 2 diabetes risk — are the foods that are most common in the ... Read on »
Win Big! Enter Dr. Fuhrman's Holiday Health Fest Sweepstakes by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We’re excited to announce the launch of Dr. Fuhrman’s Holiday Health Fest ! This 7-week long health fest was made for YOU, in the spirit of holiday gift giving and spreadi ... Read on »
5 Best Foods for Preventing or Reversing Diabetes by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Type 2 diabetes is a lifestyle disease. Your food choices can either prevent or promote insulin resistance and resultant diabetes. It is not enough for a food to be low-gl ... Read on »
What Does Sugar Do to the Brain? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Glucose is the primary fuel for the human brain, but what happens when the brain is exposed to the excessive added sugars of the standard American diet? Read more at ... Read on »
Pumpkins by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Artificially-flavored pumpkin foods are all over the place this fall. Pass them by and instead, learn how to enjoy the wonderful flavors and health benefits of real pumpki ... Read on »
Should you avoid salt? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Doubt about the damaging effects of salt has been cast by the occasional headline-making study, but the majority of studies have reported increased blood pressure and card ... Read on »
Blood Pressure Drugs Linked to Increased Breast Cancer Risk by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine One in four Americans takes blood pressure-lowering drugs, and some of these drugs may double a woman's risk for breast cancer when taken for many years. Read more at ... Read on »
Enjoy the Fall Apple Harvest by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Juicy and delicious, apples are a fall tradition and also offer some unique health benefits. Read more at DrFuhrman.com Read on »
Let's Redefine Deprivation by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine My youngest son and I recently visited my oldest daughter and son-in-law in Seattle. We experienced all the wonderful landmarks of the city such as the Space Needle and Pi ... Read on »
Just Say No to Candy! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It is possible to enjoy Halloween and make it a healthy celebration as well. Read more at DrFuhrman.com Read on »
Unhealthy Perfectionism vs. the Pursuit of Excellence by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Over the past five years I’ve witnessed many individuals repeatedly struggle with the nutritarian diet-style because of the greatly misunderstood topic of unhealthy per ... Read on »
Are "Natural" and Low-glycemic Sweeteners Healthful Alternatives to Sugar? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine  Calorie-containing sweeteners such as maple syrup, honey, agave, and coconut sugar are marketed as "natural" and often touted as healthier alternatives to regular sugar. ... Read on »
It's Been Five Years by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine In the summer of 2008, I made the firm decision to follow the nutritarian diet-style. At that time I was 47-years-old and suffered from severe food addiction, obesity, ... Read on »
Going Nuts for Figs by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Many Americans are only familiar with dried figs, but fresh figs are a nutrient-rich and delicious treat available in the summer and fall seasons. This article explains th ... Read on »
Kim Dropped 95 lbs and Got Her Health and Life Back! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Kim was 40-years-old, and mother of four, when life took a tailspin into several years of intense stress with ailing parents who eventually passed away within eight wee ... Read on »