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A Low Methionine Diet May Help Starve Cancer Cells

Michael Greger MD | July 8, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal products, beans, beef, bladder cancer, bladder disease, bladder health, breast cancer, breast cancer survival, breast disease, breast health, cancer, cancer survival, chemotherapy, chicken, colon cancer, colon health, dairy, dogs, eggs, fish, fruit, fungicides, grains, insects, leukemia, lung cancer, lung disease, lung health, meat, medications, metastases, methionine, milk, nuts, ovarian cancer, ovary health, pesticides, plant-based diets, poultry, prostate cancer, prostate health, rectal cancer, red meat, skin cancer, skin health, smoking, tobacco, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, women's health

When designing an antibiotic, we can't create a drug that destroys DNA because that's something that both humans and bacteria share in common. It would kill bacteria, but it might kill us, too. Instead, many antibiotics work by attacking......

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How To Get Our Kids to Eat Their Vegetables

Michael Greger MD | June 17, 2014 | Health

Read More: beans, broccoli, cauliflower, children, chocolate, cookies, cooking methods, dressings, fruit, grains, green beans, greens, junk food, kale, pasta, peanut butter, squash, tomatoes, vegetables, zucchini

When researchers offered kids broccoli or a chocolate bar, which do you think they picked? Four out of five picked the chocolate (though how proud are the parents of the one in five kids that chose the broccoli?!). But......

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Foods for a Long Life and Love Life

Michael Greger MD | May 22, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal fat, animal products, antioxidants, beans, cake, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, dairy, diabetes, erectile dysfunction, fat, fiber, fruit, grains, greens, heart disease, heart health, impotence, inflammation, meat, Mediterranean diet, men's health, mental health, nuts, penis health, plant-based diets, prediabetes, sexual dysfunction, sexual health, stroke, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, women's health

                Motivating patients to change poor lifestyle habits can be extremely difficult. Preventing cardiovascular events such as heart attacks or strokes is a relatively distant benefit, whereas barbecued ribs, cheesecake, or sitting on......

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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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Best Nutrition Bang for Your Buck

Michael Greger MD | November 26, 2013 | Health

Read More: beans, beef, calorie dense, cheap, chicken, cost per calorie, cost per nutrition, cost per serving, cost per weight, dairy, empty calorie foods, fruits, grains, health food, healthy food, junk food, legumes, meat, milk, minerals, nutrient density, plant-based diet, saving money, thrifty, vegan, vegetables, vegetarian, vitamins, weight loss, weight management

                When measured on a cost per serving, cost per weight, or cost per nutrition basis, fruits and vegetables beat out meat and junk food: Most Americans don’t even meet the watered down......

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Avoid Carnitine and Lethicin Supplements

Michael Greger MD | November 14, 2013 | Health

Read More: atherosclerosis, beans, beef, carnitine, carnitine palmitoyl transferase, chicken, cholesterol, choline, dairy, death, dietary cholesterol, eggs, energy drinks, fish, foam cells, fruit, grains, gut bacteria, gut flota, heart attack, heart disease, inflammatory cells, lethicin, meat, metabolism, milk, mortality, plant-based diet, plaque, pork, poultry, red meat, saturated fat, stroke, TMAO, trimethylamine-n-oxide, vegan, vegetables, vegetarian, weight loss

                A landmark study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that choline in eggs, poultry, dairy and fish produces the same toxic TMAO as carnitine in red meat, which may help......

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What Is the Healthiest Meat?

Michael Greger MD | February 28, 2013 | Health

Read More: arginine, bugs, grains, insects, maggots, octopus, protein, saturated fat, silkworm caterpillars, snail meat, vegan, vitamin B12, zinc

Thanks to the Chinese space program, scientists in Beijing recently published a formal nutritional analysis of what may be one of the least harmful animals to eat, silkworm caterpillars. As I profile in my 2-min video Good Grub, they appear to......

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Optimum Nutrition Recommendations

Michael Greger MD | September 12, 2011 | Health

Read More: beans, calcium, carotenoid, fruit, grains, greens, iodine, iron, nuts, omega 3s, phytonutrients, seeds, selenium, vegetables, vitamin B12, vitamin D

In today's NutritionFacts.org video-of-the-day Golden glow, and tomorrow's, Produce, not pills to increase physical attractiveness, I review the new research suggesting the consumption of dark green leafy vegetables improves the healthy appearance of Caucasians due to carotenoid deposition in the skin. Taking those......