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Should Carrageenan Be Avoided?

Michael Greger MD | April 22, 2014 | Health

Read More: acrylamide, algae, bread, carrageenan, cheese, colon health, cooking temperature, dairy, EPA, Europe, fat, FDA, food additives, french fries, grains, infant formula, infants, inflammation, inflammatory bowel disease, Ireland, leaky gut theory, McDonald's, milk, potato chips, safety limits, yogurt

                Six hundred years ago, people living along the coast of Carragheen County Ireland started using a red algae, which came to be known as Irish moss, to make a jellied dessert. This......

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Male Fertility and Dietary Pollutants

Michael Greger MD | March 4, 2014 | Health

Read More: anabolic steroids, animal fat, beef, cadium, cheese, chicken, cola, dairy, fish, heavy metal, hormones, industrial pollutants, infertility, lead, male infertility, meat, milk, pesticides, plant-based diet, saturated fat, scallops, shrimp, soda, soft drinks, sperm count, steroids, tuna, vegan, vegetarian, xenobiotics, xenoestrogens

                Infertility affects 10–15 percent of couples attempting to conceive, and in about half the cases the problem is in the man. A recent Harvard study found that increasing saturated fat intake just......

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Trans Fat in Animal Fat

Michael Greger MD | February 27, 2014 | Health

Read More: aggression, animal products, bologna, breast cancer, burgers, cardiovascular disease, cheese, chicken fat, cholesterol, coronary heart disease, dairy, diabetes, heart disease, heart health, hot dogs, hydrogenated fats, impatience, irritability, junk food, meat, milk, National Academies of Science, olive oil, plant-based diet, refined oil, stroke, sudden death, trans fat, turkey meat, vegan, vegetarian, yogurt

                Trans fats are bad. They may increase one’s risks of heart disease, sudden death, diabetes—and perhaps even aggression. Trans fat intake has been associated with overt aggressive behavior, impatience, and irritability. Trans fats......

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Diet and Cellulite

Michael Greger MD | October 24, 2013 | Health

Read More: abdominal fat, adiponectin, belly fat, biogenic amines, bologna, cellulite, cheese, cholesterol, colorectal polyps, fat storage, ground meat, gynoid lipodystrophy, ham, healthy weight, meat, nutrient-dense, pease, plant-based diet, polyamine, salami, spermidine, spermine, subcutaneous fat, turkey, vegan, vegetarian, waistline, weight loss, weight management

                Two theories about the build-up of subcutaneous fat, involving the chemical spermine and the hormone adiponectin, suggest a plant-based diet may help with cellulite. Gynoid lipodystrophy, known colloquially as cellulite, is the......

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Why Is Selling Salmonella-Tainted Chicken Legal?

Michael Greger MD | October 1, 2013 | Health

Read More: adulterant, adulterated, American Public Health Association, bacteria, beef, cheese, chicken, contamination, dairy, E. coli, eggs, fecal contamination, fish, food poisoning, foodborne pathogens, maggots, meat, milk, pathogens, poultry, public health, salmonella, U.S. Food and Drug Association, viruses, yogurt

                When researchers last year at the Emerging Pathogens Institute ranked foodborne pathogens to figure out which was the worst, Salmonella was number one on their list. Salmonella was ranked the food poisoning bacteria with......

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Treating Parkinson's Disease With Diet

Michael Greger MD | August 30, 2013 | Health

Read More: animal protein, beef, berries, bioaccumulation, brown rice, caffeine, cancer, cheese, chicken, cholesterol, coffee, dairy, dopamine, fisetin, fish, Istradefylline, L-dopa, levodopa, meat, milk, N-hexacosanol, Parkinson's, phytonutrients, plant-based diet, pollutants, Preladenant, protein redistribution diet, serotonin, strawberries, vegan, vegetarian, whole wheat, yogurt

                  Caffeine consumption appears to help prevent Parkinson’s, but what if you already have the condition? A recent study found that giving folks the equivalent of about two cups of coffee a......

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Avoiding Dairy to Prevent Parkinson's

Michael Greger MD | August 27, 2013 | Health

Read More: brain damage, cheese, chemicals, concussions, dairy, exercise, head damage, hormones, industrial carcinogens, industrial pollutants, milk, Monsanto, neurotoxic chemicals, Parkinson's, PCBs, pesticides, plant-based diet, pollutants, Polychlorinated biphenyl, Tetrahydroisoquinoline, vegan, vegetarian, yogurt

                  There are four things that may reduce our risk of developing Parkinson’s disease: increase exercise, and avoid dairy products, pesticides, and head trauma (please  wear your seatbelt and bike helmet!). What......

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Why are Children Starting Puberty Earlier?

Michael Greger MD | August 15, 2013 | Health

Read More: animal protein, beef, cancer, cheese, chicken, children, dairy, diet, early onset puberty, emphysema, endocrine disrupting chemicals, fish, IGF-1, insulin-like growth factor 1, kids, meat, menstruation, obesity, plant-based diet, premature puberty, puberty, vegan, vegetarian, yogurt

                Early onset of puberty is considered a risk factor for a number of diseases in adulthood, including hormone-related cancers, a shorter lifespan, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular disease. The conventional thinking has been......

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Do Vegans Get More Cavities?

Michael Greger MD | July 25, 2013 | Health

Read More: acid erosion, American Dental Association, apples, beef, carrots, cavities, cheese, chicken, cholesterol, chronic gum disease, citrus, citrus fruit, dairy, dentist, enamel erosion, fiber, fruit, fruit juice, gingivitis, grapes, high-fiber food, impotence, leafy vegetables, meat, oral cancer, oral care, oral disease, oral health, periodontal disease, plant-based diet, raw, saturated fat, sexual dysfunction, soda, tomatoes, vegan, vegetables, vegetarian

                A diet high in saturated fat, which can clog our arteries and lead to inflammation, is  considered a key underlying causal factor for periodontal diseases like gingivitis. This may explain why chronic......

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Avoiding Cooked Meat Carcinogens

Michael Greger MD | July 4, 2013 | Health

Read More: bacon, baking, barbecuing, beef, birds, boiled, breast cancer, carcinogens, cheese, chicken, cigarettes, coffee, cooked meat, creatine, diesel fumes, E. coli, eggs, estrogen, fast food, fish, frying, grilling, heterocyclic amines, incinerator ash, lung cancer, mammals, meat, nitrosamines, pancreatic cancer, PCBs, PhIP, prostate cancer, protein supplements, roasted, smoking, well cooked

When the muscles of mammals, fish, or birds are cooked at high temperatures carcinogenic chemicals called heterocyclic amines are created that may increase the risk of breast, colon, lung, pancreatic, and prostate cancer (see my last post Estrogens in Cooked Meat).......

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Breast Cancer Survival and Soy

Michael Greger MD | April 26, 2012 | Health

Read More: alcohol, animal products, breast cancer, cancer, cheese, chicken, DNA, flax seeds, junk food, lignans, liver, phytonutrients, saturated fat, soy, trans fat

In my last two posts, The Best Detox and Breast Cancer Stem Cells vs. Broccoli, I documented ways to 1) boost our liver's ability to clear carcinogens, 2) make our DNA more resistant to toxins that make it past our first line of......

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Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (Week 16)

Michael Greger MD | January 14, 2012 | Health

Read More: allergies, cancer, cheese, children, chocolate, coffe, dairy, DHA, ear infections, eggs, fish, Heiner Syndrome, ice cream, iron, meat, moringa, pregnancy, soy milk, tannins, tea, vitamin B12, vitamin K

This is another sampling of the more than 800 comments and questions I’ve responded to at the NutritionFacts.org site (so far!). Please feel free to leave any follow-up questions there on any of the hundreds of videos on the more than a thousand......

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Cantaloupe and Listeria: an estimated 85% of cases are from deli meats, not melons

Michael Greger MD | September 30, 2011 | Health

Read More: alfalfa sprouts, bacteria, cantaloupe, cheese, cold cuts, dairy, deli meat, eggs, esselstyn, hot dogs, Listeria, livestock, lunch meat, meat pâté, milk, pork, poultry, salmonella, seafood

More than a dozen deaths have been reported in the national outbreak of listeriosis linked to cantaloupes from a farm in Colorado, making it the third deadliest recorded Listeria outbreak in U.S. history, after a 1985 outbreak linked to cheese,......

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Vegan Almond Cheese

Ellen Sheen | June 18, 2011 | Food

Read More: almonds, cheese, raw food, raw vegan

I do sometimes lament the 'loss' of cheese in my diet. Especially when enjoying a glorious spread of appetizers. Problem solved. This raw almond cheese is not only simple to make, it's delicious! Plus you get way more protein minus all the bad......

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Vegan Taquitos

Ellen Sheen | May 25, 2011 | Food

Read More: cheese, seitan steak, vegan mayonnaise, Vegan Recipes

For Noodle Nose's 'graduation' week, I am letting him select the dinner menu. One problem: there is only so much macaroni and cheese this gal can handle... So with a little help in the options department, he selected these lovely......

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Ste Martaen Gourmet Cheeses are a Delightful Vegan Alternative

Gail Davis | August 27, 2010 | Food

Read More: cheese, Gail Davis, Ste Martaen, vegan

I first learned about Ste Martaen Gourmet Cheese Alternativesgood thing in my opinion.) But just like the Feta and Bleu Cheeses made by Sunergia Foods that I love so much and Daiya's Mozzarella and Cheddar cheeses, Ste Martaen vegan cheeses......