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The Best Diet to Prevent Kidney Stones

Michael Greger MD | May 2, 2017 | Health

Read More: animal products, animal protein, burgers, calcium, chicken, cod, fiber, fish, fruit, hamburgers, kidney disease, kidney health, kidney stones, magnesium, meat, oxalate, plant-based diets, red meat, salmon, steak, tuna, United Kingdom, uric acid, vegans, vegetarians

In my video How to Prevent Kidney Stones With Diet you can see what the jagged surface of a kidney stone looks like under a microscope. Imagine one of those scraping down your urinary canal! Kidney stones affect approximately......

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What Are the Benefits of Organic?

Michael Greger MD | April 25, 2017 | Health

Read More: ADHD, alcohol, animal fat, antioxidants, beverages, birth defects, cancer, children, dairy, fat, fish, hypospadias, industrial pollutants, insecticides, insects, lymphoma, meat, men's health, milk, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, organic foods, organochlorines, penis health, pesticides, soda, testicular cancer, United Kingdom, women's health

The medical literature has been historically hostile to organic foods, blaming in part erroneous information supplied by the health food movement for our ignorance of nutrition. But until just a few generations ago, all food was organic. It's kind......

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Gluten Sensitivity Put to the Test

Michael Greger MD | February 18, 2016 | Health

Read More: allergies, asthma, bagels, bread, celiac disease, dairy, depression, diarrhea, eggs, FODMAPs, food sensitivities, fructans, gluten, grains, industry influence, irritable bowel syndrome, mental health, migraines, milk, mood, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, pasta, stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, United Kingdom, wheat

In 1980, researchers in England reported a series of women with no evidence of celiac disease (the autoimmune disorder associated with gluten intolerance), who nevertheless resolved their chronic diarrhea on a gluten-free diet. The medical profession was skeptical at......

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How Learning to Cook Can Save Your Life

Michael Greger MD | November 26, 2015 | Health

Read More: boiling, breakfast, chicken, cholesterol, chronic diseases, cooking methods, diabetes, dietary guidelines, fast food, fiber, industry influence, junk food, LDL cholesterol, mortality, obesity, pizza, poultry, processed foods, saturated fat, sodium, standard American diet, supermarkets, Taiwan, turkey, United Kingdom, vegetables, World Health Organization

The eating habits of modern Americans have been described as, "eating breakfast in their cars, lunch at their desks and chicken from a bucket." Within the last few decades, Americans are eating out more and more, and cooking fewer......

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Food Dyes and ADHD

Michael Greger MD | June 10, 2014 | Health

Read More: ADHD, artificial colors, attention deficit, botulism, brain health, brain tumors, cancer, Center for Science in the Public Interest, children, Coca-Cola, cola, Europe, FDA, food additives, food dyes, heavy metals, hyperactivity, ice cream, Kraft, lead, margarine, nitrite preservatives, processed foods, processed meat, sleep, United Kingdom, USDA, vitamin B12

                There are currently thousands of additives in our food supply. Some are good—like supplementing foods with vitamin B12, for example (See Vitamin B12 Necessary for Arterial Health). Other additives involve weighing the......

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Breast Cancer and Wine

Michael Greger MD | March 20, 2014 | Health

Read More: alcohol, animal products, aromatase, breast cancer, breast cancer survival, breast feeding, breast health, cancer, colon cancer, dairy, endometrial cancer, EPIC Study, esophageal cancer, estrogen, fruit, fruit juice, grapes, Harvard Nurses' Health Study, kidney cancer, liver cancer, meat, mushrooms, oral cancer, plant-based diets, red wine, smoking, standard American diet, strawberries, United Kingdom, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, weight loss, white wine, wine

                After diagnosis, women with breast cancer may cut their risk of dying nearly in half by just instituting simple, modest lifestyle changes—5 or more servings of fruits and veggies a day and......