Watch Dr. Fuhrman on The Dr. Oz show Monday June 4th!

The Dr. Oz ShowDr. Fuhrman will be appearing on The Dr. Oz show on Monday, June 4 on The FOX Network. 

Check your local listings for the correct time and channel for your area.



Enjoy the show! After you watch, please leave your comments for Dr. Fuhrman here.



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nora manwiller - June 1, 2012 8:11 PM

We don't have access to TV- is there any way of watching it after the fact on the internet?

Linda - June 3, 2012 6:50 PM

You can watch and get it

Allanna - June 4, 2012 4:17 PM

Excellent endorsement by Dr. Ox - really enjoyed your appearance! I am feeling reignited to "get with the program"!

mberkovitz - June 4, 2012 4:26 PM

I thought the piece was very effective, particularly for drawing in people who might otherwise not consider the diet. You might want to include some special information for people who come to your website after seeing that show, because they are coming without the knowledge the rest of us have. One thing I would have done differently would have been to put more colorful and appealing veggies into that big glass cylinder. Somehow, despite the volume of food, I don't think raw mushrooms, eggplant, cauliflower and green peppers is ever going to look better than a bowl of salted potato chips.

Sara L - June 4, 2012 4:28 PM

Loved seeing Dr.F on Dr.Oz! Congrats to the women who lost all that weight! :)

MiMi - June 4, 2012 4:35 PM

We enjoyed watching the show and seeing the amazing weight loss results many people have experienced using Dr. Fuhrman's method. Many physicians believe the only way for people to lose weight is bariatric surgery and consider it the way of the future to solve our obesity epidemic when good, nutrient dense food is really the answer.

Linda - June 4, 2012 4:44 PM

The Dr. Oz show moves too quickly some times for me to get all the information written down. Please give me the menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Dick Baker - June 4, 2012 4:46 PM

Great show. This should reach a lot more folks than the PBS specials.

Susan Liston-Nordeen - June 4, 2012 6:30 PM

I loved the show. There was so much information that I did not know. Is there a book that has the seven day crash diet and the great info., like the mushrooms, onions and there was something else. Looking forward to finding out more.

Gary - June 4, 2012 6:30 PM

‎45 minutes too short! You got cheated. America got cheated!!

Glenn - June 4, 2012 9:21 PM

My wife and I liked the presentation of the "program" alot and thought it was exciting to see Dr F on the show. I give Dr Fuhrman alot of credit for trying to appeal to people at the level they will listen. While a crash diet is far from a nutritarian lifestyle and ultimately, an eat to live plan, the target audience for the show and typical dieters are looking for the next quick fix to their weights. So give them what they want! Lose 10 pounds in a week gets more attention with mass markets than live 20 more years, get off medications, protect against cancer, reverse heart disease, etc. Sadly enough.

Liked the examples of breakfast lunch and dinner too that was good. Keep it up Dr Fuhrman you are saving peoples lives and spreading desperately needed truths about foods and how they affect our health.

Rami - June 5, 2012 1:16 AM

As disappointed as I have been with Dr Oz lately (the Long Island psychic - seriously?!) and the fact that he often tells people to eat eggs, cheese, etc., I understand that he is an influential figure in popular culture and that this endorsement of Dr Fuhrman's plan is a REALLY good thing. I did learns few new things today. I did not realize that beans were as good as they were for fat loss. Cool!

Sandi - June 5, 2012 8:49 AM

I was disappointed that ETL was portrayed as a 7 day crash diet as opposed to a lifestyle (many posters on Oz's website are asking what you are supposed to do after the 7 days), but I realize that there needed to be a hook to draw in the many viewers who care so much more about a quick fix than long term health. I agree with Glenn's comments above. Dr. Fuhrman, Stephanie, Jasmine, and Emily were great.

Renee - June 5, 2012 10:40 AM

Saw the show and have to admit, it was the 7 day crash diet thing that tuned me in. BUT got on line after the show, did some research and ran out and bought the book Eat to Live. I am TOTALLY excited about this lifestyle change and believe I CAN do this. I am 50 years old, 60 pounds overweight and have three gorgeous grandchildren that I want to stick around a LONG time for. I look forward to reversing my medical conditions, getting off the medications that I am on for high blood pressure and high cholesterol and teaching my children and grandchildren more about the nutritarian lifestyle.

David Griffin - June 5, 2012 7:00 PM

Renee, I was so happy to read your post - this means that, despite all our negative concerns a lot of us long time followers have about the way Dr Fuhrman's program was portrayed on the show, it absolutely worked! Thanks for sharing, and best of luck with Eat To Live - it will change your life forever!

Isa - June 6, 2012 9:55 PM

Having been a big fan since Eat to Live was first published and considering Dr. Fuhrman as my hero for transforming my life, I was so excited that Dr. Fuhrman made it to Dr. Oz to talk about Eat to Live but I was so disappointed that they call it a crash diet. I guess if that'll get people's attention then it was worth it. So proud of the ladies who lost all that weight. Such an inspiration. Congratulations everyone!

Karen Jones - June 7, 2012 7:26 AM

I saw Dr. Fuhrman on the Dr.Oz show and found this diet very interesting. Not much information was given about breakfast foods other than eating oatmeal with fruit for breakfast. I would like to know what else to eat for breakfast since I can't eat oatmeal. I would appreciate more information. Thank you.

Hawar - June 7, 2012 11:24 AM

For those who didn't get to watch it, here are the links to all parts, with recipes below the videos. Enjoy! Thanks Dr.Fuhrman!!! I love your way of eating!

Here is part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

The recipes are below each video. Be sure to especially look at part 3, some yummy treats!!!

Jodi - June 7, 2012 5:21 PM

Karen, about your question on breakfast foods. Get a copy of Dr. Fuhrman's book EAT TO LIVE. It describes his program completely and the science behind why it's so effective. There are many non-oatmeal breakfast options. Be aware that the beginning plan presented in the book is a six-week plan. You will most likely see amazing results in 7-10 days but it really takes the full 6 weeks to get rid of cravings, get used to low/no salt dishes and start to feel terrific. Some people get detox symptoms the first week if their previous diet was really bad. Once these uncomfortable symptoms subside, you will be very pleased with how you look and feel. It's all explained in the book so be sure to read it completely....not just the meal plan. Then you will know exactly what to expect. I wish you much success.

Debbie - June 8, 2012 10:13 PM

I Watched Dr Oz show with Dr Fuhrman was very interesting i have been struggling with my weight since i have been diagnosed with graves and on medication. hopefully it works!

Zina - June 10, 2012 8:07 AM

I saw the Dr Oz show (which I dont usually). I am middle aged and worry alot about heart disease, diabetes and cancer. I am overweight also but what struck me most when I read your book after watching the show was that you could reverse Type II Diabetes (which my sister has) I just couldn't believe it. I am on my fourth day of eating to live already feel much better not stiff and achey in the mornings and have alot more energy. Lost 3lbs. Thank you Dr. for the truth.

Donelle - June 28, 2012 3:55 AM

I was one that got "hooked-in" and caught! It was a special birthday present for my 55th! We have 2 special weddings in our family in the next year, and one in 2 months so the crash diet appealed to me even though my gut told me that slow weight loss is best. However, after reading Eat to Live I am so excited about this new way of eating and enjoying life. I feel that a fog has been lifted and I feel more alert and energetic. So glad I happen to catch Dr. Oz on this day and saw Dr. Fuhrman. Thanks for your work and your desire to help people live abundantly.

Linda - June 28, 2012 2:46 PM

I have read what Dr. Fuhrman says about drinking coffee. I am not a big coffee drinker but do like my first cup in the morning, so therefore I will still have it. My question is I always have cream in it. Is this aloud? Is that considered a no no for dairy? I would like to know what I could have in place of the cream. Almond or coconut milk?

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