If you’re doing Dr. Fuhrman’s Eat to Live plan, here is a listing of my favorite nutritarian recipes that are all oil-free, vegan, and plant-based.

Vegetable feast

For those of you who are wondering what kinds of recipes you can make on the Eat to Live plan that doesn’t use salt, oils or added sugars, here are some of my favorite nutritarian smoothies, juices, salads, and soups. These all meet the guidelines set for Eat to Live recipes.

Eat to Live Nutritarian Recipes

For those of you who are wondering what kinds of recipes you can make on the Eat to Live plan that doesn't use salt, oils or added sugars, here are some of my favorite nutritarian smoothies, juices, salads, and soups. These all meet the guidelines set for Eat to Live recipes.

Breakfast Recipes

These nutritarian breakfast recipes are perfect for starting the day right.

Juices

Juicing is a great way to increase your micronutrients. The general recommendation is to consume juice just before a meal.

Nutritarian Salads & Salad Dressings

These are perfect for an Eat to Live lunch or dinner.

Eat to Live Soups

Making nutrient-dense soups is one of the hallmarks of a nutritarian diet. Here are some of my favorite soup recipes.

Nutritarian Eat to Live Desserts

Find healthy vegan dessert recipes that have no added oils and no added sugars.

A Nutritarian breakfast can consist of a smoothie or juice, or even leftovers from the night before.

Lunch is generally a very large salad using romaine lettuce with lots of chopped, raw vegetables on top. You can add a small handful of raw nuts or seeds, some avocado and sometimes some microwaved frozen asparagus. Fat in the diet is certainly important, but it’s best to choose to use whole-food fats like avocados, nuts and seeds.

Dinner in my household varies. I try to make a bean and vegetable blended soup at least once a week.

I like to have dessert after lunch or dinner which is almost always fruit-based. My favorite after-lunch treat is to blend one-half of a frozen banana with homemade almond milk, another half cup of frozen fruit like strawberries or peaches, one serving of leafy greens like raw kale and a dash of vanilla extract. It is surprisingly satisfying.

I try to eat dinner around 6 p.m. so I stop eating a good three hours before bedtime.

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