Wow, what an incredible time!

            Princeton Westin


food lineEmily Boller (right) with Adrienne who has lost 128 lbs and still losing!Wow, what an incredible time everyone had at Dr. Fuhrman’s Weekend Immersion in Princeton, New Jersey last weekend! To immerse oneself is to: engage wholly, deeply, and absorb everything fully.  

There is definitely something to be said about being completely immersed in Dr. Fuhrman’s health information to understand the science and logic behind his nutritional recommendations; tasting delicious, new recipes; listening to inspirational success stories; meeting and interacting with other nutritarians, and sharing a common bond with everyone . . . . all in one place! Everyone left with a renewed commitment to optimal health for life.


Dr. Fuhrman speaking at the Princeton Immersion

A time set aside to be fully engaged in such an environment speeds up the learning process, and one’s mindset changes from “I really should eat better” . . . .to . . . . “I want to eat this way for the best health that’s possible!” 


A changed mind naturally produces a transformed body for life


Here are a few comments from the weekend:

  • fruit beveragesI was beyond blown away. Dr. Fuhrman was so amazingly inspiring and informative. I have been at this for several years, but I learned so many new things. The success stories that were presented were unforgettable, and renewed my enthusiasm and commitment to this way of life. The food was off the charts too! I was there with my dad and we both were so thrilled that we went. We met some fantastic people, and I am going to lobby hard for the Getaway this summer! -Heather
  • I enjoyed the weekend very much! Thanks to Dr Furhman and staff for a well-organized event!   -Alexandre
  • The whole weekend was awesome and my husband and I both learned so much!
  • It was great! I learned new things, met new people, and tried some new recipes. –Essie
  • It was such a wonderfully planned event and you can tell the staff worked hard to make it seem effortless. I have returned with lots of enthusiasm. –Laura
  • The weekend immersion was so good! I was a little hesitant about going alone, but I was so happy that I went. It was so comfortable, and the material presented was just wonderful and informative; and the place where it was held was great. –kfrasetto


For those who couldn’t make it to the weekend immersion, Dr. Fuhrman’s 2011 Fifth Annual Health Getaway will be June 26 – July 2 at The Grand Summit Resort in Park City, Utah. Actress Marilu Henner will be this year’s MC; and along with Dr. Fuhrman’s life-changing lectures will be health screenings, social events, indoor and outdoor activities including gondola rides, hiking, golf, concerts, and much more to make for a never-to-be-forgotten revitalizing vacation for you and your loved ones! 

Invest a week of your life into your health ~ it’s MUCH more fun and cheaper than a week’s vacation in the coronary care unit recovering from quadruple bypass surgery, or a lifetime of finger pricks and insulin shots!


Here’s to optimal health for all!  

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Elisa Rodriguez - January 21, 2011 9:10 AM

Having been to both the 2010 health getaway and the Immersion, I can certainly vouch for everything that Emily and participants have described. It is a wonderful experience and the staff work incredibly hard to make it happen.

Joe Mc - January 21, 2011 10:04 AM

I was there also. Everything was very organized and top shelf. The accomodations, meeting rooms and especially the FOOD was fantastic. I hope more of these three day getaways are scheduled in the future... very manageable time wise and convenient for east-coasters...

But in fact, there were attendees from as far away as England and Australia there... that speaks volumes to the power of Dr. Fuhrman's program...


Kim K. - January 21, 2011 11:36 AM

Yes, I, too, learned a great deal and have further adjusted my diet so that I can truly say I am a nutritarian. Despite having my foot act up the first evening and Saturday, the hotel personnel were amazing to me, providing a wheelchair at the last minute. A number of attendees were so helpful in assisting me when I needed it most Saturday morning. I didn't get everyone's name who helped me, but hope they see my post here to know just how much their warmth and kindness further enhanced an already amazing experience. The staff was incredible, on their feet constantly guiding, patient and professional. Would do it again in a heartbeat.

Colleen - January 30, 2011 5:43 PM


Any possibility of arranging one "down under"? It would be such a blessing not to mention an encouragement to all of us down here being challenged by family(esp. spouses)and the medical profession. Go on, "give it a go" as we say down here!!

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