Don’t Have a Cow
Cooking Video Series

We have created a nine-episode cooking show. This video series describes food groups we should be selecting from to best prevent cancers, heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and more. Also, the cooking show features over 60 vegan recipes with a variety of options to accommodate any type of culinary needs.

Episode One: Cooking To Keep Your Weight Under Control

Are you ready to cook yourself thin? If so, this is the cooking show for you! You will find healthy weight loss recipes that include desserts, creamy salad dressings and much more. Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H. has been a professor at Loma Linda University for over 55 years. And now at 93 years old, he has teamed up with ValMar Health to bring you the latest tips and research behind weight loss.

Episode Two: Lowering Your Risk Of Cancer

Is food linked to lowering your risk of cancer? YES! This cooking show will reveal the deep connection between the foods we put in our mouths and cancer. Also, this cooking show video series with Marcie Hronis, owner of ValMar Health, will show you delicious recipes that contain cancer-fighting foods. Therefore, you are going to learn how to make soups, salad, smoothies and so much more. All specifically created by ValMar Health with the help of world-renown Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H. He will be presenting evidence-based research that will show you how a plant-based vegan diet will help lower your risk of cancer.

Episode Three: Cooking The Vegetarian Way

Every cook should know the tricks to making meatless meals that really satisfy.  Replace cancer-causing, fat, pesticide and hormone-laced meats with cancer-preventing, anti-inflammatory, cholesterol lowering foods such as, vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes, seeds and nuts. Every time you eat it is an opportunity to nourish and heal your body. If cutting out meat, dairy and eggs leaves you confused about how to eat a healthy, balanced diet, you’re in the right place. Dr. Scharffenberg and Marcie Hronis will be giving you easy tips to make delicious and satisfying vegetarian recipes.

Episode Four: Desserts, Oh So Good!

What is the best thing about going vegan? The desserts! Start with chocolate treats and work your way from there. You can indulge without feeling guilty if you make the recipes in this video! Whether you’re vegan, gluten free, sugar free, diabetic, lactose intolerant or are simply craving something sweet, these delicious treats are ‘finger-lickin” good. Marcie Hronis, your food specialist and Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H. collaborated to bring you mouthwatering, healthy desserts that your entire family will fall in love with. From milkshakes to pies, this cooking show has all of the tasty treats you crave.

Episode Five: Getting Adequate Fiber in Your Body

You have probably heard that fiber is great for digestion. But did you know that it can also help with weight management by making you feel fuller? Fiber can also aid in the treatment of constipation, hemorrhoids, diverticulitis and irritable bowel syndrome while reducing your risk for type-2 diabetes, heart disease and some cancers. Marcie Hronis, your food specialist and Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H. will show you how you can add more fiber to your diet. The more fiber you eat the happier your colon will be!

Episode Six: The Best Diet For Diabetics

Keeping your blood sugar levels within the range recommended by your doctor can be challenging. That’s because many foods make your blood sugar levels change, sometimes unexpectedly.  Healthy eating is a cornerstone of healthy living. At ValMar Heath they are passionate about sharing foods that can help heal your body of diabetes so you can live the life you deserve. Marcie Hronis, your food specialist and Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H., will be showing you a diet rich in foods that can help eliminate diabetes!

Episode Seven: Breakfast Of Champions

Skipping this morning meal could lead you to overeat later in the day. The old bromide about breakfast being the most important meal of the day is true. Breakfast eaters tend to have better diets overall, consuming more fruit, vegetables, and whole grains. Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H. has been a professor of Nutrition at Loma Linda University for over 55 years.  At 93 he is now sharing his secrets to a long and healthy life. Marcie Hronis, your food specialist, will show you how to make energizing, sweet and savory breakfast meals that are perfect for the person who lives on the go.

Episode Eight: Cooking To Prevent Heart Disease

Do you take care of your family?… goes without saying. Do you take care of your home? Of course. Do you take care of your heart? Probably not.  Adopting simple lifestyle changes can help prevent heart disease while enabling you to be heart healthy. Learn tips from Marcie Hronis, owner of ValMar Health, on how to be on the path to a heart healthy life.  Dr. Scharffenberg  M.D., M.D.H. will also be sharing scientific research behind the best diet for heart health. The recipes shown in this cooking show can be enjoyed by the whole family!

Episode Nine: Cooking To Prevent Hypertention

By living a healthy lifestyle, you can help keep your blood pressure in a healthy range and lower your risk for heart disease and stroke. Not only can healthy lifestyle habits prevent high blood pressure from occurring, but it could possibly reverse hypertension! The recipes featured in this show are specifically designed to aid in reversing hypertension without sacrificing flavor. These mouthwatering recipes were created by Marcie Hronis, owner of ValMar Health. Also featured in this educational cooking show is Dr. Scharffenberg, M.D., M.D.H. Professor of Nutrition at Loma Linda University for over 55 years. Marcie Hronis and Dr.Scharffenberg are enthusiastic about foods that heal the human body.