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.
The relative paralysis of our arteries hours after eating fast food and cheesecake may also occur after olive oil:… https://t.co/fBEVlMxOpI
by @nutrition_facts - 16 hours ago
The next set of Live Q&A's are this Saturday, May 27th on Facebook: https://t.co/rRzIpriwiI and
by @nutrition_facts - 18 hours ago
Soy is associated with improved survival & lower recurrence rates in breast cancer patients.… https://t.co/Zg4mTL4O6u
by @nutrition_facts - 20 hours ago
Those born before 1978 are 2-5 IQ points dumber than those born more recent, thought due to exposure to leaded gas.… https://t.co/HW2sXb1dEl
by @nutrition_facts - 22 hours ago
Ground chia seeds may be better than whole chia seeds for omega 3's, but are they healthier than flaxseed?… https://t.co/bPYTtNVjZs
by @nutrition_facts - yesterday
NutritionFacts.Org - 15 hours ago
Lignans (concentrated in flax seeds) may have a protective effect against incontinence in postmenopausal women (http://bit.ly/2jlV7jt). High lignan intake is also associated with reduced breast cancer risk.
NutritionFacts.Org - 17 hours ago
Mark your calendars! The next set of Live Q&A's are this Saturday, May 27th.
Facebook live will be at 2-2:30 pm ET here: http://bit.ly/28Z9eYY
YouTube live will be 3-3:30 pm ET here: http://bit.ly/2pzBDxi
NutritionFacts.Org - 19 hours ago
Resistant starch has a beneficial effect on colon function (http://bit.ly/2ie0Ryn) likely by feeding our good gut bacteria. Can prebiotics alone override the deleterious effects of animal products on colonic metabolism?
NutritionFacts.Org - 22 hours ago
What are the health consequences of even “low” levels of lead exposure?
NutritionFacts.Org - yesterday
Exercise may help ameliorate the artery dysfunction caused by sleep deprivation (http://bit.ly/2leKKC2). If you can't exercise, spicing up your food may offer similar benefits.
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