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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. 14m
This is not vegetarianism. Vegetarians often consume all sorts of junk. Vegans too, for that matter. This new paradigm is exclusively plant-based nutrition. Whole plant foods:
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Michael Greger, M.D. 4h
Which coffee is healthier? Light vs. dark roast:
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Michael Greger, M.D. 22h
Kidney failure may be both prevented and treated with a plant-based diet—and no wonder; kidneys are highly vascular organs. Learn “How Not to Die from Kidney Disease”:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 16
We are half way to our end-of-year fundraiser goal! Thank you everyone for all your kind support. Please join us in supporting the evidence-based nutrition revolution by making a tax-deductible donation:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 16
Preventing and treating chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and stroke with diet and lifestyle changes is not just safer, but may be dramatically more effective.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 15
Year after year, more than half of our entire annual operating budget has been raised around these final few weeks of the year. So we count on your giving season generosity to make a tax-deductible donation to keep NutritionFacts going and growing:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 15
Benefits of blueberries for heart disease:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 15
Randomized controlled trials put plant-based eating to the test for athletic performance:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 14
Given the role our gut bacteria can play in affecting our weight, having family and friends who are obese may not just be socially contagious, but actually contagious.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 14
Please “root” for the facts by helping us fill the carrot! Donations help keep alive and thriving.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 14
If you’re going to use Amazon to buy How Not to Die, How Not to Die Cookbook, or any other holiday gifts, don’t forget to use Amazon smile to support NutritionFacts!
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 14
This is only possible because of you. We are counting on NutritionFacts thriving on a “Wikipedia model,” offering a public service considered so valuable that viewers will feel moved to support it & keep this life-changing resource free for all time:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 14
Eliminating 90% of heart disease risk:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 13
Here's a tasty way to check off a few servings on the Daily Dozen checklist. Chickpea Vegetable Tagine from the How Not to Die Cookbook:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 13
New research on one of my favorite family of super foods. *Be sure to subscribe to the podcast for all of the new episodes.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 13
Today is the start of our annual end-of-year fundraising drive. Year after year, more than half of our entire annual operating budget has been raised around these final few weeks of the year. Help keep NutritionFacts going and growing:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 12
What happened to women who were randomized to eat more meat and dairy during pregnancy, and what effect does animal protein consumption have on cortisol and testosterone levels in men?
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 12
Don't forget to share our Spanish-language site with those who may be interested! Receive Spanish-language updates here: Also, check us out on: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter:
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 12
Dr. Greger was recently interviewed by Tino from Bananiac ( ) at the International Conference on Nutrition in Medicine. Their talk covers the Carnivore Diet, Plant-based Keto Diet, & Intermittent Fasting.
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Michael Greger, M.D. Dec 12
Blueberry tea is put to the test for cholesterol lowering:
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