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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
Watermelon is a rich source of citrulline, which has been found to improve erection hardness in men with mild erectile dysfunction (impotence).
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Michael Greger, M.D. 9h
Vitamin C Pills put to the test for cancer:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 18
Plant-based diets appear to offer relief from a variety of menstrual symptoms, including cramping, bloating, and breast pain (cyclical mastalgia).
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 18
Healthy, evidenced-based eating made easy! Try our free daily dozen app. iPhone: Androids: Take the Daily Dozen Challenge:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 18
Unbelievably, a randomized controlled trial of cabbage leaf wraps for arthritis was published.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 17
What happens when metastatic prostate cancer patients were taught to increase intake of whole grains, vegetables, fruit, and beans, and to decrease meat, dairy, and junk? Check out the video "Treating Advanced Prostate Cancer with Diet: Part 2":
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 17
Benefits of beans for peripheral vascular disease:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 17
Benefits of blueberries for blood pressure may be blocked by yogurt:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 16
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. Jun 16
Reducing the ratio of animal to plant protein in men’s diets may slow the progression of prostate cancer.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 16
The effects of avocados on inflammation:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 15
What happens when Paleolithic-type diets are put to the test?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 15
The casomorphins in bovine milk appear to have opposite effects than that from human breast milk on infant development, but what about A2 cow’s milk?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 15
Do legumes (beans, chickpeas, split peas, and lentils) just work to prevent disease or can they help treat and reverse it as well?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 14
The tobacco industry, the food industry, and the chemical industry are powerful players in creating the products we use every day. And their profit is our peril. Here’s the story: *Be sure to subscribe to the podcast for all of the new episodes.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 14
Why is the field of nutrition often more about marketing products than educating people about the fundamentals of healthy eating?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 14
What happens if you treat terminal cancer patients with Vitamin C?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 13
Why does canned fruit appear to be so much less health-promoting?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 13
The ongoing global drop in male fertility may be associated with saturated fat intake and lack of sufficient fruits and vegetables.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Jun 13
Brian Turner nailed the Daily Dozen Challenge! See how he did it! Take the Daily Dozen Challenge:
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