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Our health is our most precious gift and smart nutrition can change your life. Each month, join Dr. Fuhrman and his daughter, Jenna Fuhrman as they discuss important topics in the world of nutrition. Eat to Live will change the way you eat and think about food.

Eat to Live Jenna Fuhrman, Dr. Fuhrman

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 51 Ratings

Our health is our most precious gift and smart nutrition can change your life. Each month, join Dr. Fuhrman and his daughter, Jenna Fuhrman as they discuss important topics in the world of nutrition. Eat to Live will change the way you eat and think about food.

    The Essential Role of Fats

    The Essential Role of Fats

    In this exciting episode, Dr. Fuhrman and his daughter, Jenna, dive deep into a topic that is crucial for our health: fats.

    Dr. Fuhrman explains why fats are essential for our body to thrive and survive. He discusses the importance of maintaining a balanced intake of all macronutrients – carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and even water.

    Good Fats vs. Bad Fats: Understanding the difference between good and bad fats is crucial. Dr. Fuhrman emphasizes the health benefits of whole food sources of fats like nuts, seeds, and avocados compared to the detrimental effects of oils and animal fats commonly found in modern diets.

    Health Risks of Low Fat Intake: The episode also touches on the potential health problems that can arise from a diet too low in fat, highlighting the importance of maintaining an adequate fat intake.

    Common Misconceptions: Dr. Fuhrman debunks common myths about fats, explaining how studies on fat intake often misrepresent the benefits and risks by not distinguishing between different types of fats.

    Tune in to this episode to learn more about how you can optimize your fat intake for better health. Whether you're looking to understand the basics of macronutrients or dive into the specifics of fat consumption, this episode is packed with valuable insights and practical advice.

    • 49 min
    The Truth About Protein

    The Truth About Protein

    • 43 min
    Wellness to Wonderful with Dr. Lederman

    Wellness to Wonderful with Dr. Lederman

    Welcome back to another insightful episode of the Eat Live podcast. While it's a departure from our usual dynamic with my daughter Jenna, today's episode promises an equally enriching dialogue as I'm joined by a dear friend and esteemed colleague, Matthew Lederman MD. For those unfamiliar, Matt has been deeply entrenched in the realm of plant-based nutrition and lifestyle medicine for decades. However, what sets him apart is his innovative approach, which extends beyond dietary excellence to encompass a holistic view of wellness. Today, we delve into his latest endeavor, "Wellness to Wonderful," a groundbreaking book co-authored with his wife Alona Pulde MD.

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    • 41 min
    Sleep & Meditation

    Sleep & Meditation

    • 43 min
    Meet Professor & Researcher, Dr. Jay Sutliffe

    Meet Professor & Researcher, Dr. Jay Sutliffe

    Dr. Fuhrman chats with fellow nutritional researcher, Dr. Jay Sutliffe. Jay is a member of the Northern Arizona University Health Sciences. Jay earned his doctorate degree in Public Health from Walden University, his Master’s degree in Health Education from the University of Nebraska, and his Bachelor’s degree in Food and Nutrition / Dietetics from North Dakota State University. Jay is also a Registered Dietitian. Dr. Sutliffe joins Dr. Fuhrman as they conduct research related to: disease prevention and reversal using non-invasive lifestyle practices, wellness across the lifespan, and lifestyle habits of college students. Join them in their awesome conversation.

    • 35 min
    Putting Your Heart First This Holiday Season

    Putting Your Heart First This Holiday Season

    Jenna and Dr. Fuhrman share personal anecdotes and favorite heart-healthy holiday recipes, illustrating how festive meals can be both delicious and nutritious. This episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to enjoy the holiday season without compromising their heart health. It's filled with valuable insights, expert advice, and practical tips to keep you on track with your health goals.


    0:00 - Intro

    1:45 - Heart health-related risks and concerns for loved ones

    5:56 - Limitations and risks of using medication for heart health

    10:07 - Challenges in changing diet and lifestyle

    17:40 - Cultural significance of food and drink in bonding and celebration

    19:29 - Healthy recipes for holiday gatherings

    20:19 - Long-term consequences of unhealthy eating habits

    21:00 - Alternative ways to bond during holidays

    28:02 - Using opportunities for positive influence

    32:00 - Role of ego in personal health choices and interactions

    36:25 - Dr. Fuhrman's mantra: "The salad is the main dish."

    • 38 min

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