Nutrition is a cornerstone of healthy living. HealthCode hosted a community video session with tips for creating new eating habits on February 16.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman, M.D. discussed “Food, Not Drugs, the Best Medicine” at 1 p.m., ET/noon CT on February 16.
Fuhrman is a board-certified family physician, seven-time New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing. He specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional methods.
“Healthy eating leads to healthier, happier lives. As we are asking our entire global community to ‘Love Your Health’ this February, we hope you can join this session with Dr. Fuhrman and learn more about ways to eat healthier in 2022’’ said Steve Amos, HealthCode founder and CEO.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman is a board-certified family physician, seven-time New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing. HealthCode had the opportunity to sit down with him to speak with him about tips for creating new eating habits.
3:49– Importance of Nutritional Science
6:32– GBOMBS (greens, beans, onions, mushrooms, berries, and seeds)
7:49– Plant rich diet protects against cancer (“can wipe out 90% of cancers if people changed their diets”)
12:40– 5 important words to improve lifespan (moderate choleric restriction in the context of micronutrient excellence)
13:30– As animal protein goes up, so does accelerated aging
15:50– Sugar, oil, and white flour are deadly and addictive
18:24– Taking blood pressure medications gives people a false sense of security in living a healthier lifestyle
25:40– More protein in a diet is beneficial to a longer life (only if it’s plant-based)
30:45– Helping with stress and alternative to eating unhealthy foods
32:09– Risk of having a heart attack goes down 1000x with healthy diet
33:50– Addictive side of brain weighing options on health vs pleasure
35:30– Science has enabled marketplace to expand healthier selection of foods
37:50– Are there any issues with eating avocados?
39:47– False: Olive oil reduces the risk of breast cancer
41:36– Tips for cooking at home with a busy lifestyle
9:46– Potatoes and other carbohydrates
53:29– Vegan diet can afford people longer, healthier life spans, but must account for potential deficiencies (omega-3)
56:15– Discussion on coffee, hard to conclude beneficial effects
59:51– Emphasis on the variety of foods
1:03:36– Dr. Fuhrman’s experience in healing his own body through athletics
1:08:03– Closing remarks