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What to eat in a day on Eat to Live Diet Day 50 Dr Fuhrman plan review Whole Food Plant Based Vegan recipesAre you eating healthy tomorrow?

What are your plans?

Is tomorrow going to be about taking a stand, taking control, making your health epic?

Is tomorrow going to be about you eating to live, about feeding your body what it needs to succeed, about feeling great after you eat?

Or is it only going to be about how good your food tastes for the moment?  Are you going to enjoy that high you get–but feel like you’re losing yourself and hating who you’ve become?

So, let me ask you again: Are you eating healthy tomorrow?


Why, yes you are!

Because if you don’t choose health, no one will do it for you.  And guess what?

I’ve got everything you’re going to need to have an epic day, week, month (you pick) of eating to live!

Free Printable Recipes Shopping List for Dr Fuhrman Eat to Live Nutritarian 6 week plan Whole Food Plant Based Meal Plan What the HealthYou’re going to get:

Let’s do this!

What to Eat on Dr Fuhrman Eat to live Diet Day 50 butter lettuce salad beet hummus garbanzo beans What the Health The Big Fat Truth Menu Plan


  • 1 slice vegan bread, toasted (Ezekiel bread recommended)
  • 1 cup tofu scrambled eggs
  • 1 cup fresh spinach sauteed in veggie broth for 5 minutes, garnished with strips of roasted bell peppers (make sure they are jarred in water only–no oil)
  • mixed fresh fruit (I used strawberries and blueberries)


  • 2 1/2 cups butter lettuce topped with 1 tbsp. raw pepita seeds, chopped green onion and diced red pepper.
  • 1/2 cup canned garbanzo beans mixed with 3 tbsp. Beet Hummus Dressing
  • drizzled with 3 tbsp. Cilantro Cashew Cream sauce mixed with 2 tbsp. water.


  • Easy Vegan Pita Pizza topped with veggie-broth-sauteed spinach and mushrooms
  • 2 1/2 cups butter lettuce topped with 1/2 cup beet-hummus-garbanzos (see LUNCH above), chopped green onions, chopped sugar snap peas, sliced cucumber, mandarin oranges and 3 tbsp. raw Beet Sauerkraut (optional, I found this at WholeFoods and it’s called WildBrine).  Dressed with rice wine vinegar.

Notes on Day 50:

Two areas of concern for this menu if you’re following Dr. Fuhrman’s Aggressive Weight Loss plan:

  1. Whole Grains: for breakfast you have 1 slice of bread and for dinner a whole wheat pita.  If you’re going strictly nutritarian you’ll want to choose just one of those options.
  2. Store-Bought Pickled Condiments: I went through a patch of eating this Wild Brine sauerkraut before I learned how to pickle my own veggies without using sodium.  I recommend you chop red cabbage and cover with white vinegar in a glass mason jar and spices of your choice.

Day 50 menu as is would be a great starting point for eating nutritarian and would work well if your following the Basic Guidelines.

Okay!  You’ve got this!

You have NO EXCUSE to not make tomorrow a day of delicious healthful eating!  Print out your shopping list and hit the store on your way home from work.  Stat!

“I really regret eating healthy food all day yesterday.” Said no one ever.

What do you think of these daily menus?  Are they helpful for you?  What could I do to make them even better?  Please leave a comment, I love your feedback!

Let’s live better together! xo, Kristen

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xo, Kristen
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  • Denise B. says:

    Wow! What a great website! My 16 yr old daughter and I are just starting the ETL way of life. I read the Doctor Fuhrman’s book a while back but admit is has been hard to ‘get it together’ to be consistent with planning menus and shopping lists and not ‘cheating’ and eating unhealthy foods, especially around the holidays and when everyone around us is eating poorly… But my daughter found your website and now we are inspired by your experiences and delicious looking recipe photos. I really love the ‘Day 50’ page layout where you briefly list the items in your 3 daily meals and include the links to the recipes. Short, sweet and so very helpful! And I really like the ‘shopping lists’ you’re creating – this will help us so very much. Thank you for all the work you do on this site – it is very beneficial to help us newbies find our way. Congratulations on all the weight you’ve lost and your determination to stick to healthy eating. You’re an inspiration!

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Denise!

      Oh, thank you so very much for your kind words! I am so, so happy that you and your daughter have started your health journey together and that the site is helping you along the way!

      I appreciate your feedback so very much! The whole goal of this site is to help people and I’m so happy the Daily menus and shopping lists are getting it done!

      Thank you for your comment and supporting MMTM!

      xo, Kristen

  • Melissa says:

    THANK YOU! This site is so helpful!

    • Kristen says:

      Hi Melissa!

      Yay!! I’m SO glad it is helping you on your health journey!

      xo, Kristen

  • Carrie says:

    I can’t believe this site exists! It’s beautiful and full of such wonderful recipes and information!! I love to cook, I myself eat very healthy but admittedly rather repetitive plant based meals. My boyfriend, well he eats meat and sugar, yep, those are his favorite things! I force a lot of sneaky veggies into his meals (yeah, that’s not cheese sauce, hehehe) but his diet is causing a lot of health issues. He has now consented to follow a healthier lifestyle. This site is going to be GREAT for inspiring me, giving me ideas so he doesn’t get bored with the same ol same ol everyday! Keep up the good work and thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

  • Pam Watson says:

    I Love what you are showing. I turned Vegan when diagnosed with diabetes 3 years ago. I am able to control it but I cannot even tolerate Ezekiel bread 15 grams of carbs. So, I am wondering if you can modify what you are doing for those of us who are struggling beating the diabetes thru food. Most food programs include too many carbs.

    • Kristen Hong says:

      Hi Pam,

      I’m so happy to hear that you are taking control of your health condition using the vegan lifestyle!

      I have many recipes on the site that are low carb! Just go to the recipes tab and take a look at the salads, collard green wraps and dressings sections!

      Wishing you all the best,