Support the Nutritional Research Foundation and Join the Revolution for Better Healthcare!

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Help Change the Face of Healthcare in America!

The Nutritional Research Foundation is taking on two very important studies examining the impact of a Nutritarian diet on recovery, wellness, and longevity. To accomplish this goal, we need high-quality scientific research studies that can document the life-saving parameters of nutrient-dense, plant-rich diets.

We hope you will kindly consider standing with us as a partner to help support critical studies in nutritional science. We rely on your support to help us fund more studies and have the knowledge gained from nutritional research adopted by physicians and the public.

Donors who pledge or contribute $300 or more (in monthly gifts of $25 or more, quarterly of $75 or more, or annual gifts of $300 or more) will receive our brand new The Science is the Solution t-shirt!


Recurring donations, like monthly, quarterly or annual gifts, allow the Nutritional Research Foundation the needed continuing support for our research studies and the ongoing means to put that knowledge into practice.

Thank you for your ongoing support and help in accomplishing our mission!

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Thank you for all your support!

Want to know more about the studies we are funding?

The Nutritarian Women's Health Study (NWHS) was launched on October 31, 2016. This long-term women's health study is in partnership with Northern Arizona University. The purpose of this observational study is to enroll 10,000 women and follow them for a minimum of 10 years, monitoring their diets and health. The study will be the largest of its kind to follow this many people eating this healthy!

To learn more about the study or to enroll, go to http://nau.edu/nwhs.

Coming in 2017, the Nutritional Research Foundation is taking on type 2 diabetes!

The Foundation is partnering with a major medical center in Boston to conduct clinical research examining the impact of a nutrient-dense, plant-rich diet on preventing and reversing type 2 diabetes. We believe this randomized study will illustrate what nationally recognized nutrition specialist Joel Fuhrman, M.D., has observed in his own medical practice for many years, that people get better with a Nutritarian diet! Stay tuned for more updates in the coming months.