Dr Michael Greger is a physician, author and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety and public health issues. He runs the popular website NutritionFacts.org, a non-profit, science-based public service providing free daily updates on the latest in nutrition via bite-sized videos. Dr Greger has lectured at the National Institutes of Health, testified before Congress and was invited as an expert witness in Oprah Winfrey's defense at the Texas 'meat defamation' trial. A founding member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine, he is licensed as a general practitioner specializing in clinical nutrition. He currently serves as the Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at the Human Society of the United States. Dr Greger is a graduate of the Cornell University School of Agriculture and the Tufts University School of Medicine.
How much tea would one have to drink to build up cancer suppressing levels in one’s prostate?… https://t.co/KNdj1Fnx8b
by @nutrition_facts - 7 hours ago
Buying organic reduces dietary exposure to pesticides, but doesn't eliminate it. Here's a cheap, DYI solution:… https://t.co/LkPzVWNxUk
by @nutrition_facts - 9 hours ago
The food industry wants the public confused about nutrition: https://t.co/jEFY63wqVZ https://t.co/hw9OpWZX0p
by @nutrition_facts - 13 hours ago
Plant-based diets may not only help prevent inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), but treat them as well.… https://t.co/koOjW5Pge9
by @nutrition_facts - yesterday
Does the phytoestrogen in beer act more like animal estrogens in Premarin, or the protective phytoestrogens in soy?… https://t.co/Ej80MmikB0
NutritionFacts.Org - 6 hours ago
Consuming high-pesticide fruits and vegetables associated with diminished sperm count (http://1.usa.gov/1Qvat0k). Buying organic reduces dietary exposure to pesticides, but doesn't eliminate it. Fortunately, there is a cheap, do-it-yourself solution.
NutritionFacts.Org - 10 hours ago
Higher diabetes rates in men may be partially explained by their higher body iron stores (http://bit.ly/2ccJjzt). The avoidance of heme iron may be one of the key elements of plant-based protection against metabolic syndrome.
NutritionFacts.Org - 13 hours ago
The food industry wants the public confused about nutrition.
NutritionFacts.Org - yesterday
The consumption of berries and greens is associated with better sustained attention (http://bit.ly/2d2SsKM). While nearly all plant foods have been linked with improved cognitive function in general, different fruits and vegetables seem to boost different areas of the brain.
Dietary interventions aimed at decreasing inflammation improve survival of men with prostate cancer (http://1.usa.gov/298vVe0). The greater the variety of plant foods we consume, it appears, the lower the inflammation.
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