Posted on March 1, 2010. Filed under: cure for diabetes, eat right america, ilivetoday, Jim Greenleaf, The Engine 2 Diet | Tags: , , , |


Eat Right America

Eat Right America‘s Chief Medical Officer, Joel Fuhrman M.D., has treated more than 10,000 patients in 15 years, proving that a properly nourished body can:

  • Conquer food cravings
  • Seek its ideal weight
  • Reverse chronic conditions
  • Have more energy
  • Result in brighter, healthier kids

A 2008 peer review published inAlternative Therapies Magazinenoted this program produced an average weight loss of 53 pounds per participant in only two years.

Based on the simple premise “we are what we eat,” Eat Right America has developed the Nutrition Prescription, the nation’s only online personal nutrient assessment and eating plan designed to ensure you’re fully nourished. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or include meat, seafood and/or dairy in your diet, this eating plan can work for you.

For more information about this 28-day getting started plan,

The Engine 2 Diet

The Engine 2 Diet is a plan of action for following — and sticking to — a heart-healthy, mind-healthy, body-healthy, and taste-bud-tempting, plant-strong diet.

Created by Rip Esselstyn, former professional triathlete and firefighter, the Engine 2 Diet can help you lower cholesterol, significantly reduce the risk of disease and lose weight in four weeks.

“A whole food, nutrient-packed, plant-based diet, filled with fruits, vegetables, whole grains and beans—these are the life-changing foods that will make you look better, feel stronger and make you bulletproof to Western disease as well!”

—Rip Esselstyn

For more information about the benefits of living plant-strong, or to learn more about the 28 Day Health Opportunity, visitEngine2Diet.


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