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Jordan Rubin-Inspirational Health Expert

This man has traveled the world in search of a cure as he was wasting away to almost nothing, weighing just 80lbs at 19 years old. His doctor said that Rubin’s case was the most extreme he had ever witnessed. Rubin tried many medical treatments in different countries but nothing seemed to be working- at least until he visited a nutritionist right in California who told him that his illness is due to his eating habits and that he wasn’t “following God’s plan”.

Rubin did his best to read the bible and study what foods people ate at the time and decided to follow the same regimen. He ate only raw food and even ate a special form of soil along with other beneficial food and drinks. In 40 days, Rubin gained 29 pounds. He was on his way to recovery. Rubin has taken a personal oath to help others benefit from what he has learned. Rubin founded Garden of Life with his wife in 1999, a health organization dedicated to teaching others about the natural remedies and ways to maintain overall health as well as offering products for purchase online. He has written numerous books including The Maker’s Diet, Perfect Weight America and the one that originally inspired me, Patient Heal Thyself. I am looking forward to reading more of his books especially Great Physician’s Rx for Cancer as cancer is such a deadly disease that seems to be growing.

Jordan Rubin has enriched people’s lives in many ways with his books. He also has his own website dedicated to answering questions about health and wellness. His magazine Extraordinary Health offers advice on nutrition and priceless recipes. The recipes are focused on meals that are packed with nourishment. There is no need to flip through your Betty Crocker Cookbook and try to find the “healthiest” recipes or try to convert them to organic recipes hoping that the food cooks properly. His E-Newsletter is also packed with entertaining articles and more recipes that can be printed up and saved for your own collection.

There are many testimonials as to how Rubin has helped people live healthier lives here are a few that I found online:

“I feel like a new person, 15 years younger, and all I want to do is to share this message of health and wellness with other people! I want others to know that this change is for life – forever, and that this plan is really doable, unlike so many other diets I’ve tried in my life. On one diet, I used to save up a week’s worth of points, just to blow them on a chocolate sundae. The only thing that did was to deepen my sugar cravings. I thank God that I found Rubin’s books just in time, and I thank Jordan for the mission he has for empowering others with extraordinary health.”-Melissa Gertz who lost 85 lbs. because of Rubin’s healthy diet

“Hello Jordan,

Since I left Women of Faith I’ve lost contact with you. How are you? I’m well and cancer free. Again, thanks for the items you sent me. I’d like to be able to talk to you and keep our appointment when you are in my hometown. Please write to me at…”- Thelma Wells “After only one week on this diet I have more energy than I ever had in my whole life. Ridding my body of harmful toxins and eating the foods we are all meant to eat is the best thing I’ve ever done. I’m telling all my friends about it. Those that don’t “get it” are just missing out.”- A Customer (on The Maker’s Diet)
I’ll leave you with these delicious recipes from Rubin’s website:

Taco Lettuce Wraps (Raw vegetarian)

Yield: 8 servings Ingredients: Taco “meat”: 2 cups walnuts, soaked 1/3-cup wheat-free tamari soy sauce 1 bunch cilantro 1-tablespoon cumin powder ½ tablespoon coriander powder Taco wraps and toppings: 1 head romaine lettuce 3 tomatoes, sliced 3 avocados, sliced Celtic sea salt to taste Equipment needed: food processor


In the afternoon of the day before, soak walnuts overnight in filtered water. Process taco “meat” ingredients in a food processor until the mixture resembles ground taco meat. Stop to scrape sides. Remove and set aside. Wash and choose from crispy lettuce leaves for taco wraps. Prepare avocados and tomatoes. Fill lettuce cavities with taco “meat” and top with toppings. Serve two tacos on a white salad plate with a favorite Mexican seasoning on top.
Herb Baked Salmon with Creamed Style Spinach

Yield: 4 servings

Ingredients: 4-6 oz. pieces of salmon 1 tablespoon Trocomare (seasoning) 1-teaspoon tarragon (dry) 1-teaspoon coriander crushed seeds Juice of 2 lemons 2 tablespoons of butter (I’m thinking this must be organic butter) Directions: Marinate fish in herbs, spices, and lemon juice for 1-2 hours. Sear in hot butter, 2 minutes on each side. Finish in oven 5 minutes at 385° F. Creamed Style Spinach Ingredients: 3 cups spinach, rough chopped 1-cup herbed goat’s cheese sauce ½ cup yogurt 2 tablespoons capers Directions: Combine and heat just enough to wilt spinach. Pour over salmon.

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