Dr. Joel Fuhrman, MD

Bio

Joel Fuhrman, M.D. is a board-certified family physician, New York Times best-selling author and nutritional researcher who specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional and natural methods. Dr. Fuhrman is an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing, and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television shows including The Dr. Oz Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and Live with Kelly. Dr. Fuhrman’s own hugely successful PBS television shows, 3 Steps to Incredible Health and Dr. Fuhrman’s Immunity Solution bring nutritional science to homes all across America.

Dr. Fuhrman’s #1 New York Times best-selling book, Eat to Live, originally published in 2003 (Little Brown) has sold over 1,000,000 copies and has been published in multiple foreign language editions. In October 2012, Super Immunity (HarperOne) reached the New York Times best seller’s list and in January 2013, The End of Diabetes (HarperOne) became his third New York Times best seller. Dr. Fuhrman’s most recent books, The Eat to Live Cookbook (Harper One) reached #1 on the New York Times best sellers list during its debut week in October 2013 and The End of Dieting (HarperOne), released in March 2014, was #2 on the list for its debut. In addition, Dr. Fuhrman has written several other popular books on nutritional science which include: Eat for Health (Gift of Health Press), Disease Proof Your Child (St. Martin's Griffin), Fasting and Eating for Health (St. Martin's Griffin) and the Dr. Fuhrman's Nutritarian Handbook and ANDI Food Scoring Guide (Gift of Health Press).


Website

Dr.Fuhrman.com offers the tools to achieve and maintain a unique, healthy dietary lifestyle that facilitates weight loss, reversal and prevention of disease and longevity through nutritional and natural methods. To enable all who wish to benefit from his health-promoting dietary approach, Drfuhrman.com offers books, videos, audios, and a variety of nutritional and food products to help ensure your success.



Dr. Fuhrman's Member center on DrFuhrman.com

Get the support and advice you need directly from Dr. Fuhrman to get healthy, look great and feel better than ever! As a member of our Dr. Fuhrman family, you will gain supportive services and a world-wide community of online members and friends. You will find the knowledge, direct advice and tools to assure your success, regardless of your health challenges. Some features of the member center include over 1,000 searchable recipes, Ask the Doctor Forums, Member Discussion Forums, Teleconferences, a Health Tracker to track your progress and much more! Dr. Fuhrman's advice could save your life.


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