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Michael Greger, M.D.
Dr. Michael Greger's is a noncommercial, science-based source for the latest in nutrition profiled in hundreds of short engaging videos.
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Michael Greger, M.D. 6h
It was an honor to be interviewed by Elite Man Magazine. You can listen to my interview on The Elite Man Podcast here:
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Michael Greger, M.D. 9h
Those who eat more fruits and vegetables appear to have a lower risk of getting an upper respiratory tract infection, like the common cold.
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Michael Greger, M.D. 11h
High-tech advances, such as PET scanning, offer new insight into the role cholesterol plays in both the amyloid cascade and vascular models of the development of Alzheimer’s dementia.
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Michael Greger, M.D. 13h
Is a plant-based diet sufficient to reach sodium goals?
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Michael Greger, M.D. 16h
Can UTI-causing ExPEC E. coli bacteria be transferred human-to-human from those who eat chicken?
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Michael Greger, M.D. 17h
Oxidized cholesterol can be 100 times more toxic than regular cholesterol, raising additional concerns about foods such as ghee, canned tuna, processed meat, and parmesan cheese.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 23
Blueberries can significantly improve cognitive performance within hours of consumption:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 23
Our cruciferocious apron is back by popular demand! NutritionFacts sweatshirts and t-shirt are also available. Fundraiser ends October 4. *All proceeds go to keeping NutritionFacts alive and thriving
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 23
Though there have been more than a thousand papers published on coconut oil in medical journals, there is little evidence it helps with Alzheimer’s disease.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 23
Vitamin C, vitamin D, and omega-3 fish oil supplements put to the test to improve the core symptoms of autism spectrum disorder.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 22
The spice turmeric appears to be able to switch back on the self-destruct mechanism within cancer cells.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 22
Aloe gel is put to the test head-to-head versus steroids against the chronic, inflammatory skin disease psoriasis:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 22
If you eat blueberries week after week, you get chronic benefits, in terms of reduced artery stiffness, and a boost in your natural killer cells, which are one of your body’s natural first lines of defense against viral infections and cancer.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 22
What does it mean to invoke the precautionary principle when it comes to diet and cancer?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 21
The impact of high fat plant foods—avocados, peanuts, walnuts—and olive oil put to the test.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 21
There is at least one dietary supplement that appears to help in autism:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 20
Most of the vitamins we need come from plants. So, should we supplement? Here’s what the science says about a few key vitamins: *Be sure to subscribe to the podcast for all of the new episodes.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 20
High blood pressure, the #1 killer risk factor in the world, may be eliminated with a healthy enough diet. Watch the video "How to Prevent High Blood Pressure with Diet" on to learn more:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 20
We just launched our Fall Fundraiser! Check out these fun new designs: *Fundraiser ends October 4. All proceeds go to keeping NutritionFacts alive and thriving!
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Michael Greger, M.D. Sep 20
Diabetes reversal, not just treatment, should be a goal in the management of type 2 diabetes.
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