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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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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 »
Junk Food May Limit Children's Intelligence and Learning Ability by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine There is a clear impact of nutrition on the potential development of Alzheimer’s disease and other late-life cognitive disorders.  Green vegetables, berries, and other pla ... Read on »
Exposing the high cost of food addiction by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine For over twenty years I was addicted to the Standard America Diet, and as a result I overate and became 100 lbs overweight. Consequently, I developed several nutritiona ... Read on »
Rising numbers of new mothers breastfeeding by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine August is National Breastfeeding month, and the CDC has released some encouraging news: between 2000 and 2010 the percentage of new mothers who chose to nurse their babies ... Read on »
A young adult kicks the junk food habit by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Ruth is a newlywed with a full-time job and active lifestyle who has successfully learned to embrace the nutritarian diet-style 100%. Even though she was raised on the ... Read on »
Was George W. Bush's stent necessary? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The controversy surrounding the proper treatment of stable heart disease was highlighted this week by former President George W. Bush’s decision to have a stent placed, ev ... Read on »
Eating for health isn't extreme; it's essential by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine We live in a toxic environment. Even the good ole’ fresh country air isn’t what it use to be. Not long ago I was riding my bike in a nearby rural county, and a crop dustin ... Read on »
High-glycemic foods may fuel addictive cravings by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine For most people, hunger is not the only factor that influences eating behaviors, and some have more difficulty regulating their food intake than others. Scientists have pr ... Read on »
Imagine the revolution! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Are you sick and tired of a medical industry that's influenced by drug reps trained in communication skills, sales, and profit margins; and with research funded and design ... Read on »
Recent study implicates omega-3 fatty acids in prostate cancer - Is this reliable information? by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Two years ago, I reported on the inconsistent studies on omega-3 fatty acids and prostate cancer risk. Now, a new study has added to the confusion; the media has picked it ... Read on »
Debunking the anti-soy myths by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Despite the abundance of scientific evidence demonstrating the benefits of whole soy foods, many people have been scared off from healthful foods like edamame by the anti- ... Read on »
Congratulations Julie ~ winner of this year's Holiday Challenge contest! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine On June 26th over 250 guests convened at the beautiful and luxurious Loew’s Coronado Bay Resort near San Diego, California for Dr. Fuhrman’s 7th Annual Health Getaway.  ... Read on »
Walnuts may promote male fertility by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Infertility affects 10-15% of couples trying to conceive, and it is estimated infertility is at least in part due to the male in at least one-third, and up to 60% of these ... Read on »
Susan lost 220 lbs. in less than two years! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine I first met Susan in the lobby of The Dr. Oz Show studio.  I had absolutely no idea that in less than two years she’d dropped 220 lbs. simply by following Dr. Fuhrman’s ... Read on »
Vitamin D sufficiency may enhance athletic performance by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The importance of vitamin D for bone health is now well-recognized, and the epidemic of vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency is thought to contribute to a wide range of ... Read on »
Dads, give the gift of health to you and your family this Father's Day! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Six years ago Anthony lost 163 lbs and eradicated food addiction and resulting nutritional diseases from his life. [ Click here to read his life changing story]. I tho ... Read on »
Free at last from years of dieting entanglements! by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine I met Ronna a year ago last month at Dr. Fuhrman’s Health Immersion for Whole Foods Market team members. She wasn’t significantly overweight at the time but knew she wa ... Read on »
Red meat, fiber and stroke risk by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Stroke is a leading cause of disability and death in the United States. About 795,000 people in the U.S. have a stroke each year. A stroke occurs when blood flow to a port ... Read on »
You don't have to be obese or sick to become a Nutritarian by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Mike wasn’t significantly overweight when he discovered the nutritarian diet-style, yet the quality of his life has improved considerably since fully committing to it. ... Read on »
Breast cancer risk: genetics vs. lifestyle by DiseaseProof Medical Doctor Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Angelina Jolie’s choice to undergo a preventive double mastectomy because of a family history of breast cancer and a mutation in the BRCA1 gene has made news and raised i ... Read on »