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How to Treat Dry Eye Disease Naturally with Diet

Michael Greger MD | October 31, 2017 | Health

Read More: antidepressants, antihistamines, autism, bananas, beans, blindness, bread, breakfast cereal, caffeine, citrus, cruciferous vegetables, dehydration, eye disease, eye health, French fries, fruit juice, grains, greens, herbal remedies, herbal tea, junk food, LASIK, limes, medications, men's health, nuts, potassium, potato chips, processed foods, rice, salt, soy milk, spinach, sugar, surgery, vegetables, vision, vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin C, water, women's health

One of the most common eye disorders, dry eye disease, causes irritation or discomfort, and can decrease functional vision, sometimes causing a dramatic deterioration in the quality of life. About five million Americans over age 50 suffer from moderate-to-severe......

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What Not to Add to White Rice, Potatoes, or Pasta

Michael Greger MD | February 2, 2017 | Health

Read More: animal fat, animal products, animal protein, Asia, cardiovascular disease, chicken, China, China Study, diabetes, fat, fish, fruit, fruit juice, grains, heart disease, insulin, Japan, meat, obesity, oils, pancreas health, pork, potatoes, prediabetes, rice, seafood, stroke, sugar, tuna, vegans, vegetarians

Rice currently feeds almost half the human population, making it the single most important staple food in the world, but a meta-analysis of seven cohort studies following 350,000 people for up to 20 years found that higher consumption of......

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What About All the Sugar in Fruit?

Michael Greger MD | August 9, 2016 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, apples, berries, beverages, blood pressure, blood sugar, bread, fat, fiber, fructose, fruit, fruit juice, glycemic index, high fructose corn syrup, hypertension, insulin, intestinal health, juice, liver disease, liver health, pancakes, phytonutrients, soda, strawberries, sugar, water, weight loss

If the fructose in sugar and high fructose corn syrup has been considered "alcohol without the buzz" in terms of the potential to inflict liver damage, what about the source of natural fructose, fruit? If you compare the effects......

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Why Smoothies are Better Than Juicing

Michael Greger MD | June 9, 2016 | Health

Read More: apple juice, apples, asparagus, bananas, blueberries, bone health, bone mineral density, bowel movements, butyrate, calcium, carob, cholesterol, colon health, diabetes, diarrhea, fiber, fruit, fruit juice, grapes, gut flora, juice, laxatives, Metamucil, onions, phytonutrients, polyphenols, smoothies, stool size, vegetables

Studies such as a recent Harvard School of Public Health investigation found that the consumption of whole fruits is associated with a significantly lower risk of type 2 diabetes, whereas fruit juice consumption is associated with a higher risk,......

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No More Than a Quart a Day of Hibiscus Tea

Michael Greger MD | May 19, 2016 | Health

Read More: aluminum, antacids, black tea, breast milk, children, citric acid, citrus, fruit juice, green tea, heavy metals, herbal tea, hibiscus tea, iron, kidney failure, lemons, limes, manganese, oolong tea, orange juice, pregnancy, safety limits, tea, white tea, World Health Organization

Over the counter antacids are probably the most important source for human aluminum exposure in terms of dose. For example, Maalox, taken as directed, can exceed the daily safety limit more than 100-fold, and nowhere on the label does......

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Slowing Cognitive Decline with Berries

Michael Greger MD | April 21, 2015 | Health

Read More: aging, anthocyanins, antioxidants, berries, blueberries, brain disease, brain health, chronic diseases, cognition, Concord grapes, dementia, evolution, fruit, fruit juice, grape juice, grapes, Harvard Nurses' Health Study, inflammation, memory, oxidative stress, phytonutrients, placebo effect, plant-based diets, polyphenols, strawberries, supplements, vegetables, vitamin C, wrinkles

A plant-based diet is thought to have played a significant role in human evolution and the consumption of whole plant foods and even just extracts have repeatedly been associated with a decreased risk of aging related diseases. And by......

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Foods for Glaucoma

Michael Greger MD | December 30, 2014 | Health

Read More: African-American, antioxidants, bananas, blindness, calcium, carrots, collard greens, cooking methods, eye disease, eye health, fat, fruit, fruit juice, glaucoma, greens, iron, juice, kale, nuts, oils, orange juice, oranges, peaches, phytonutrients, seeds, supplements, tahini, vegetables, vision, women's health, zeaxanthin

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of legal blindness in white women, and the number one cause of blindness in African-American women. In a study I profile in the video Greens vs. Glaucoma, researchers chose a population of African-American......

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The Reason We Need More Antioxidants

Michael Greger MD | December 2, 2014 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, chronic diseases, dietary guidelines, energy, fat, fruit, fruit juice, heart disease, heart health, immune function, juice, mortality, orange juice, oranges, oxidative stress, phytonutrients, standard American diet, sugar, vitamin C, vitamin E

Glucose is the primary fuel of the human body. We consume glucose and breathe in oxygen to make the energy needed to power our bodies. Plants then take the water and carbon dioxide we breathe out to make oxygen......

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How to Boost the Benefits of Exercise

Michael Greger MD | August 28, 2014 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, beans, berries, beverages, cherries, chocolate, currants, DNA damage, exercise, flavonoids, fruit, fruit juice, greens, herbal tea, hormesis, inflammation, juice, lemon verbena, muscle health, muscle inflammation, oxidative stress, plant-based diets, supplements, tea, tomato juice, tomatoes, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vitamin C, vitamin E

We all know exercise is beneficial to our health. Then why is it that ultramarathon runners may generate so many free radicals during a race that they can damage the DNA of a significant percentage of their cells? Researchers......

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Berries to Prevent Muscle Soreness

Michael Greger MD | May 8, 2014 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, anthocyanins, athletes, berries, blueberries, C-reactive protein, cherries, citrus, complementary medicine, exercise, flavonoids, fruit, fruit juice, inflammation, juice, lactic acid, medications, muscle health, muscle inflammation, muscle soreness, muscle strength, pain, phytonutrients, side effects, sports drinks, sports medicine

                The burning sensation during strenuous exercise may be related to the build-up of lactic acid in our muscles (see Reducing Muscle Fatigue with Citrus), but that’s different than the delayed onset muscle......

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How Citrus Might Help Keep Your Hands Warm

Michael Greger MD | May 1, 2014 | Health

Read More: cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, citrus, cold hands, flavonoids, fruit, fruit juice, grapefruit, heart disease, heart health, hesperidin, juice, lemons, lettuce, limes, orange juice, oranges, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, quercitin, stroke, vitamin C

                In 1936, Albert Szent-Györgyi, who won the Nobel Prize for discovering vitamin C, described a vitamin “P,” which we now know encompasses a class of thousands of phytonutrients called flavonoids. Some, like......

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Is Noni or Mangosteen Juice Safe?

Michael Greger MD | April 24, 2014 | Health

Read More: aloe vera, beverages, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, children, fruit, fruit juice, heart disease, heart health, hepatotoxins, Hydroxycut, industry influence, juice, liver disease, liver failure, liver health, mangosteen, Metabolife, mortality, natural toxins, noni, safety limits, seizures, side effects, stroke, supplements

                There is now another case report of acute toxicity linked to noni juice ingestion, this time in a 14 year old. At least his liver didn’t fail completely like in two of......

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Foods With Natural Melatonin

Michael Greger MD | April 3, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, almonds, aspirin, bell peppers, berries, breast cancer, breast health, cancer, cherries, dried fruit, elderly, exercise, fenugreek, flax seeds, fruit, fruit juice, goji berries, hormones, Ibuprofen, inflammation, insomnia, juice, kiwi fruit, medications, Mediterranean diet, melatonin, muscle health, mustard seeds, nuts, phytonutrients, pineal gland, raspberries, seeds, serotonin, side effects, sleep, spices, sports drinks, tart cherries, tomatoes, walnuts

                We know that inadequate sleeping is associated with changes in diet—people tend to eat worse—but what about the opposite question: Can food affect sleep? In a study on kiwifruit, this seemed possible......

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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......

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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 gum disease is associated with sexual dysfunction.......

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Alzheimer's Disease: Up to half of cases potentially preventable with lifestyle changes

Michael Greger MD | November 29, 2011 | Health

Read More: Alzheimer's, Amyloid, apple juice, cholesterol, cognition, cranberry, dementia, fruit, fruit juice, ginger, meat, phytonutrients, plant-based diet, pomegranate

November was proclaimed National Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, in recognition of the five million Americans stricken with the devastating terminal illness, now the sixth leading cause of death in the United States. A new analysis suggests that up to......