Romaine Salad

Lately I’ve strayed from the path of a salad a day and I’ve paid the price! Dr. Joel Fuhrman recommends eating one leafy meal a day in his outstanding book, Eat to Live. When I followed his advice, I was consistently weighing in below 200 pounds. My holiday feast of Tofurkey brought me up to … Continue reading Romaine Salad

Meeting my Goal

Today is the day I met my weight goal! When I went vegan, it was for ethical reasons. I don’t think it’s right that we slaughter innocent animals for food when there are viable alternatives that are better for humans! But soon after changing my lifestyle — 14 months ago — I began to learn … Continue reading Meeting my Goal

Nutritarian Salad

What’s the difference, you ask? No salt. No oil! Following the guidelines laid out in Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s “Eat to Live,” a good salad is made with nutritious greens like spinach and romaine lettuce. I’ve added radishes, cilantro, cherry tomatoes, walnuts, beans, shredded carrots, celery, ground flaxseed and sweet peppers. My lovely wife Jen made … Continue reading Nutritarian Salad

Tuscan Tofu Scramble

Another great breakfast idea from the “Eat to Live Cookbook,” by Dr. Joel Fuhrman: Tuscan Tofu Scramble. This serves two people. My lovely wife Jen and I enjoyed this meal for breakfast this morning. It’s only 164 calories per serving, but offers 12 grams of protein! Ingredients 3 whole scallions, diced 1/2 cup finely chopped … Continue reading Tuscan Tofu Scramble

“Eat to Live”

These days my lovely wife Jen and I are reading “Eat to Live,” by Dr. Joel Fuhrman. It’s a refreshing guide to eating the right stuff. For the past year, my choice of food has been haphazard. As a new vegan, I didn’t know what to eat and there is so much choice! Now I … Continue reading “Eat to Live”