My Dieting & Weight Loss Journey – Part Two

My Nutritarian Diet Details Sharing the details of my Nutritarian diet below. The diet was inspired mainly from the Radical Weight Reduction Menu in The End of Heart Disease. Also, I’ve […]

My Dieting & Weight Loss Journey – Part One

“Since the foods Americans consume are so calorie-rich, we have all been trying to diet by eating smaller portions of low-nutrient foods. We not only have to suffer hunger but also wind up with perverted cravings because we are nutrient-deficient to boot.” ― Joel Fuhrman, Eat to Live: The Amazing Nutrient-Rich Program for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss

“And Now a Word from Our Sponsor”

A few weeks ago, as I watched the Bears flounder through yet another miserable gridiron performance, a teaser for this Sixty Minutes segment piqued my interest. Recognizing and treating obesity as a disease – 60 Minutes – CBS News.

Really? Eat More Weigh Less Event

Presented online with several Cooking Demonstrations, our four cooks, detailed the “HOW” of daily eating on a whole food plant-based plan, getting specific by giving participants recipes and demonstrations for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.

Book Review – How Not to Diet

As someone who most of her life always wanted to shake “those last 10 pounds’.” I’m pretty familiar with diet books. The promises! The glitzy “NEW” approaches! Those amazing anecdotes!” You know the pitches…

So now that I’m smarter, more skeptical, and have lost those pounds after learning the value of whole food plant-based (WFPB) nutrition, why am I excited about a new weight management book that’s become a best seller? Because Dr. Michael Greger’s new book How Not To Diet is everything other diet books are not—no anecdotes, solid science instead of slick but false approaches, and a focus on lifelong healthy nutrition instead of temporary diets.