Hi Somer, nice to see you. :)
I'll give a super quick overview although I'd suggest checking out videos on that same forum (Diet & Nutrition) as posted by Mouseclick. From all my reading about nutrition for the past 3 days, it always points back to eating more of the most nutritious foods, veggies & plant foods. The more natural/less processed, the better generally.
Although this sounded great, it can be difficult to implement in real life, especially for those caught up in struggles of food addiction. I read about CR which sounds great in theory but I didn't like the idea of being hungry all the time. Hunger or cravings have always made sticking to anything difficult after a while.
What made me want to try this program particularly was Dr. Fuhrman's claim that you probably won't be able to eat all the food he wants you to - it's a goal so don't beat yourself up if you're too full to eat it all! Also, when you do eat that much high nutritious food that the cravings and other symptoms of toxic hunger and food addiction go away. i.e. in the end we don't crave! This means that I would be ABLE to stick to the plan hypothetically!
I've eaten healthy but always end up cravings after a few days... because I didn't eat enough veggies. After jumping on this plan and stuffing myself full of many leaves and some favorite foods (plain ol' carrots), I've found this to be true for me. I only have to watch to limit fat intake (coconut oil in curry veggies for example, or nuts) to keep on track, but it has actually worked. I'm satisfied, I'm VERY full at the end of meals and I'm not craving. I think in my had that Bad Food X might taste good in my mouth but I'm not driven, drawn, obsessed. I am not having cravings. And I'm losing weight.
I'm on Day 7 and this has been a success so far. I have 2 other people who are going to try it out with me. Please check on Diet & Nutrition forum which I'm updating regularly if you'd like to look more at what my experience has been.