Prevent Cancer with this Nutritarian Soup Recipe + More Soup & Stews Ideas | Dr. Joel Fuhrman


Soup is the ultimate superfood! Dr. Joel Fuhrman shares his famous anti-cancer Nutritarian soup. Plus, he’s got this infographic filled with ideas on how to make soups and stews nutritious and delicious. From satisfying stews to flavorful vegetable soups, Dr. Fuhrman has something for everyone. Making plant-based soups can be challenging for a few reasons: With a plant-based diet relying on vegetables, legumes, and grains as the main ingredients, achieving the same depth of flavor and richness can take time and effort. Also, plant-based soups may require alternative thickeners, such as coconut milk, nut butters, or starches, to achieve the desired consistency, as they don’t have the same fat content as traditional soups. Then there’s getting enough protein. Plant-based soups may require the addition of ingredients high in protein, such as beans, lentils, or tofu, to ensure that they provide a complete and satisfying meal. Lastly, plant-based soups may require careful planning and selection of ingredients to provide a balanced mix of nutrients, such as fiber, vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. Overall, making plant-based soups requires a bit of experimentation and creativity, but with some practice, it is possible to make them both delicious and nutritious. And why not start here with Dr. Fuhrman? What To Watch Next ********************************************** **************** Is Calorie Restriction Something You Need to Worry About in a Nutritarian Diet? |Eat to Live Podcast HOW TO MAKE DEHYDRATED SHIITAKE BLT Why Do You Need the Omega-3 Fatty Acids: DHA and EPA? Subscribe to Dr. Fuhrman’s channel ************************************************ ************** Follow Dr. Fuhrman on ======== Podcast: Instagram: Facebook: .





  1. Soups and stews are ridiculously easy. Once you've made soup a few times, you just become creative as to whatever happens to be in the house at the time. I understand we want to maintain constituent integrity for a nutritarian diet,but honestly if your short on time, cook soup till it's hot but veggies aren't soft. Otherwise you just will never get around to making it. I don't have a blender or a food processor 🙃

  2. Soups and stews are so versatile and nutritious when using whole food, plant-based ingredients. Miles ahead of unhealthy canned soups and can be just as quick to heat up if you have some ingredients like cooked beans made once a week to add to dishes on cooking day. Thank you, Dr. Fuhrman,!