“The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life,” by FMCA faculty member Terry Wahls, M.D. will be published on April 4. “This book has been a long-running passion project of mine, and I believe it will help many reclaim their health the same way the foods within helped me,” says Wahls. The book takes you through the diet she used to heal her MS, one tasty recipe at a time.
The cookbook is a step-by-step guide to reclaiming health and reversing inflammation and autoimmunity. “The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life” is filled with nutritious recipes designed to fit into all three levels of the Wahls Protocol. “I cover filling entrées, delicious drinks, tasty treats, and delectable desserts that are as easy as they are healthful,” she says. Pre-order your copy today.
FMCA is thrilled to partner with Warrior Wellness Solutions (WWS). Warrior Wellness Solutions is a 501(c)3 non profit organization providing personalized integrative health approaches, wellness education and specialized training to wounded, ill and injured veteran, their families and caregivers. Their programs are tailored to veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illnesses or wound co-incident to their military service.
This month, FMCA is sponsoring a fundraiser for WWS. All donations are tax deductible. Everyone who makes a donation will be entered to win a 13” MacBook Pro. All proceeds go directly to WWS, and are put towards the services listed above. The fundraiser will culminate at our next graduation on March 12th in Huntington Beach, CA, where we will draw a winner. Click to donate (Suggested donation: $25).
FMCA Founder and CEO Sandra Scheinbaum, PhD., spoke with celebrity nutrition and fitness expert J.J. Virgin during an hour-long Facebook Live session about the event that changed Virgin’s life forever and inspired her new movie, “You Are Stronger Than You Think,” and book “Miracle Mindset: A Mother, Her Son, and Life’s Hardest Lessons.” Catch it on our Facebook page.
FMCA is now a member of the Council for Diabetes Prevention. The group brings together stakeholders to support information sharing and capacity building for the National Diabetes Prevention Program. Learn more at their website.