Michael Greger, MD, is a physician, bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety and public health issues. He runs the popular website NutritionFacts.org, a nonprofit, science-based public service providing free daily videos and articles on the latest in nutrition research. Dr Greger also proudly serves as the Director of Public Health and Animal Agriculture at the Humane Society of the United States.
What about the studies that show a “u-shaped curve,” where too much sodium is bad, but too little may be bad too?… https://t.co/2a0FQk3Cvp
by @nutrition_facts - 15 hours ago
The reason Latinos live longer may be due to one food in particular: https://t.co/JIRSAEchEM https://t.co/5EjnVJa5k2
by @nutrition_facts - 17 hours ago
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by @nutrition_facts - 19 hours ago
Saffron for erectile dysfunction: https://t.co/vxIAmkXZqb #Lifestylemedicine https://t.co/HPssS0D5tT
by @nutrition_facts - 21 hours ago
Artificial colors may increase inattentiveness, impulsivity, and hyperactivity among young children:… https://t.co/IR0euwfod3
by @nutrition_facts - yesterday
NutritionFacts.Org - 14 hours ago
What about the studies that show a “u-shaped curve,” where too much sodium is bad, but too little may be bad too?
NutritionFacts.Org - 16 hours ago
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NutritionFacts.Org - 18 hours ago
Powdered ginger may be used to accelerate recovery of muscle strength following intense exercise (http://bit.ly/2dnLvDB). Berries have also been shown to optimize recovery from exercise, reducing the symptoms of exercise-induced muscle damage in long-distance runners.
NutritionFacts.Org - 21 hours ago
Saffron has been shown to improve Prozac-induced sexual dysfunction in women and men, significantly improving erectile function. If it works for drug-induced dysfunction, might it work for just regular erectile dysfunction?
NutritionFacts.Org - yesterday
Flexitarian women appear to have lower circulating estrogen levels (http://1.usa.gov/1SyUw7s); likely because estrogens are present in meat, eggs, milk and other dairy products.
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