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March 11, 2013

For this week’s Food of the Week Feature, we’ve selected bok choy, also known as Chinese cabbage. This vegetable is part of the cruciferous family which as been studied for its role in cancer prevention (1). Because of its high level of nutrition, bok choy is in the top 10...

March 7, 2013

Get your tickets now! Dr. Joel Fuhrman, research director for the Nutritional Research Project, will be at a special fundraising event on June 3, 2013, in Clarksville, MD, at the Great Sage restaurant. This event is in support of the...

March 4, 2013

Lentils are in the legume family and they are delicious and nutritious. There are numerous studies on the health aspects of consuming beans including the reduced risk of developing cardiovascular disease, some cancers and diabetes, and the research shows that Americans could...

February 23, 2013

The Nutritional Research Foundation is pleased to announce the creation of a new feature, Food of the Week, where we will be highlighting the benefits of the most nutritious, health-promoting foods, plus including recipes and other interesting and fun facts.

February 7, 2013

Chocolate and cherries seem to make the perfect Valentine’s Day ingredients for a healthy and delicious dessert for your loved ones. We’ve rounded up two delectable recipes including these gluten-free Chocolate Cherry Banana Muffins and our frozen Chocolate Cherry Bomb.

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January 9, 2013

The Nutritional Research Foundation’s Vegan DHA Study is nearing the final stages of completion. In phase I, over 200 people consuming a plant-based diet without taking any fatty...

December 26, 2012

The Buck Institute CEO Brian Kennedy, Ph.D., recently interviewed Joel Fuhrman, M.D., about his approach to disease prevention and reversal as described in his New York Times’ bestselling books, Eat to Live and Super Immunity. The Buck Institute is...

December 7, 2012

December 5, 2012

As the Executive Director of the Nutritional Research Foundation, I...

November 5, 2012

It’s not too early to start thinking about healthy, high-nutrient recipes for your Thanksgiving meal. The onset of the holiday season can often mean the temptation to overindulge in unhealthy foods. Planning your meals ahead of time means you can enjoy the company of your loved...