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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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Choosing to Have a Normal Blood Pressure

Michael Greger MD | October 5, 2017 | Health

Read More: blindness, blood pressure, calories, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, Dr. Walter Kempner, evolution, eye disease, eye health, fat, fruit, heart disease, heart health, hypertension, kidney failure, kidney health, medications, mortality, pickled vegetables, plant-based diets, preservation, protein, rice, salt, sodium, stroke, vegans, vegetarians, vision

For the first 90% of our evolution, humans ate diets containing less than a quarter teaspoon of salt a day. Why? Because we ate mostly plants. Since we went millions of years without salt shakers, our bodies evolved into......

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Reversing Diabetic Blindness with Diet

Michael Greger MD | August 10, 2017 | Health

Read More: animal fat, animal protein, blindness, blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, diabetes, Dr. Walter Kempner, eye disease, eye health, fat, fruit, heart disease, heart failure, heart health, hypertension, insulin, kidney disease, kidney failure, lasers, medication, protein, reversing chronic diseases, rice, sodium, steroids, surgery, vision, weight loss

Though many reported feeling better on Dr. Walter Kempner's rice and fruit diet, he refused to accept such anecdotal evidence as proof of success. He wanted objective measurements. The most famous were his "eyegrounds photographs," taken with a special......

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Treating Kidney Stones with Diet

Michael Greger MD | June 27, 2017 | Health

Read More: alkaline diet, animal products, animal protein, beans, beef, bread, calcium, cheese, complementary medicine, dairy, eggs, fish, fruit, grains, kidney disease, kidney health, kidney stones, LAKE score, Lifestyle medicine, meat, milk, oxalate, pasta, pH, plant protein, plant-based diets, pork, poultry, rice, salt, seafood, sodium, standard American diet, tuna, uric acid, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, water

Studies suggest that excessive consumption of animal protein poses a risk of kidney stone formation, likely due to the acid load contributed by the high content of sulfur-containing amino acids in animal protein, a topic I explore in my......

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What Happened to the Rice Diet?

Michael Greger MD | May 18, 2017 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, blindness, blood pressure, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chronic diseases, diabetes, Dr. Walter Kempner, fat, fruit, heart disease, heart health, hypertension, industry influence, kidney disease, kidney failure, Lifestyle medicine, medications, mortality, plant-based diets, protein, reversing chronic disease, rice, sodium, statins, stroke

During his career at Duke, Dr. Walter Kempner treated more than 18,000 patients with his rice diet. The diet was originally designed as a treatment for kidney failure and out-of-control high blood pressure at a time when these diagnoses......

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Benefits of Oatmeal for Fatty Liver Disease

Michael Greger MD | February 9, 2017 | Health

Read More: alcohol, antioxidants, asthma, blood sugar, bread, breakfast, breakfast cereal, cancer, cardiovascular health, chemotherapy, cholesterol, cirrhosis, diabetes, exercise, fiber, fruit, grains, heart health, liver disease, liver health, mortality, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, oatmeal, obesity, rice, smoking, vegetables, weight loss

If oatmeal is so powerful that it can clear up some of the ravages of chemotherapy just applied to the skin (see my video Oatmeal Lotion for Chemotherapy-Induced Rash), what might it do if we actually ate it? Oats......

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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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Introducing the Kempner Rice Diet

Michael Greger MD | August 16, 2016 | Health

Read More: blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, chronic diseases, diabetes, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Walter Kempner, eye disease, eye health, fat, fruit, grains, heart disease, heart failure, heart health, hypertension, kidney failure, kidney health, lifespan, low-carb diets, mortality, plant-based diets, protein, rice, salt, smoking, stroke, vegetables, vision

Franklin Delano Roosevelt brought us through the Great Depression and World War II. Who knows how history would have been different had he not died in his fourth term as President from a massive stroke. In the following days......

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Starch-Blocking Foods for Diabetics?

Michael Greger MD | December 29, 2015 | Health

Read More: acarbose, alternative medicine, American Diabetes Association, amylase, arsenic, beans, black beans, blood sugar, Canada, chickpeas, colon health, complementary medicine, diabetes, dietary guidelines, Europe, grains, green beans, insulin, kidney beans, legumes, Lifestyle medicine, liver disease, liver health, medications, peanuts, peas, pinto beans, Precose, prediabetes, rice, side effects, soybeans, vegetables

How did doctors treat diabetes before insulin? Almost a thousand medicinal plants are known antidiabetic agents, including beans, most of which have been used in traditional medicine. Of course, just because something has been used for centuries doesn't mean......

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Where are the Lowest Rates of Alzheimer's in the World?

Michael Greger MD | November 12, 2015 | Health

Read More: Africa, African-American, Alzheimer's disease, animal fat, animal products, Asia, beans, cholesterol, dementia, Europe, grains, India, iron, LDL cholesterol, low-carb diets, meat, Nigeria, plant-based diets, rice, saturated fat, standard American diet, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

The rates of dementia differ greatly around the world, from the lowest rates in Africa, India, and South Asia, to the highest rates in Western Europe and especially North America. Is it all just genetics? Well, the incidence of......

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Reducing Arsenic in Chicken and Rice

Michael Greger MD | June 23, 2015 | Health

Read More: apple juice, arsenic, brown rice syrup, cancer, carcinogens, Center for Food Safety, chicken, cooking methods, FDA, food additives, industrial toxins, Johns Hopkins University, lead, liver, meat, organic foods, parasites, persistent organic pollutants, pesticides, pork, poultry, rice, safety limits, turkey

In 2013, Maryland became the first state to ban the feeding of an arsenic-containing drug to chickens. This arsenic-containing drug is used to control parasites and gives chicken meat an "appealing pink color." In 2011, the FDA found that......

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Currant Treatment for Glaucoma

Michael Greger MD | January 8, 2015 | Health

Read More: aging, anthocyanins, blindness, blueberries, cabbage, corn, currants, eye disease, eye health, fruit, glaucoma, Japan, macular degeneration, phytonutrients, potatoes, purple potatoes, rice, vision

In my video, Dietary Prevention for Age-Related Macular Degeneration, I discussed how eating goji berries with nuts and seeds can help build up yellow plant pigments such as lutein and zeaxanthin in our eyes to help fight age-related macular......

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How to Get Parents to Eat Their Vegetables

Michael Greger MD | June 19, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal products, beans, beef, beef brains, body fat, brains, calories, chicken, children, cooking methods, fat, meat, obesity, offal, organ meats, plant protein, pork, pork brains, poultry, protein, rice, sheep, soy, soy milk, soybeans, U.S. Department of Defense, veal brains, vegetables, weight loss

Changing the name of healthy foods can have a significant impact on children's eating habits (See Tricks to Get Kids to Eat Healthier at School). Are adults as gullible? Yes. For example, in one study profiled in my video......

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Starving Tumors of Their Blood Supply

Michael Greger MD | March 25, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, angiogenesis, antiangiogenesis, apigen, beans, berries, breast cancer, breast health, broccoli, cancer, cancer survival, celery, citrus, exercise, fisitin, flavonoids, fruit, luteolin, metastases, peppers, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, rice, spices, strawberries, tea, vegans, vegetarians, VEGF, weight loss, women's health

                About a third of common cancers may be prevented by eating a healthy, plant-based diet; being physically active; and maintaining a healthy weight. One of the ways plants may help is by......

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Why We Should Eat More Beans

Michael Greger MD | March 11, 2014 | Health

Read More: beans, blood sugar, bread, carbohydrates, chickpeas, diabetes, fiber, garbanzo beans, gastric emptying, glycemic index, gut bacteria, gut flora, insulin, lentil effect, lentils, metabolic syndrome, pasta, peas, potatoes, pre-diabetes, propionate, rice, second meal effect, sugar

                We’ve known for decades that beans have an exceptionally low glycemic index. You give someone cooked beans, peas, or lentils and they don’t even get half the blood sugar spike that they......

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Foods That May Block Cancer Formation

Michael Greger MD | July 9, 2013 | Health

Read More: aging, antiangiogenesis, apigen, beans, berries, breast cancer, breast health, broccoli, cancer, cancer survival, celery, citrus, exercise, fisitin, flavonoids, fruit, luteolin, metastases, peppers, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, rice, spices, strawberries, tea, vegans, vegetarians, VEGF, weight loss, women's health

More than 85% of breast cancers are sporadic and attributable to long-term exposure to environmental carcinogens, such as those in the diet, through a multistep disease process progressing from non-cancerous to pre-cancerous to malignant stages. How can we interrupt......

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Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (Week 12)

Michael Greger MD | December 10, 2011 | Health

Read More: acai, arsenic, erythritol, frozen fruit, rice, soy lecithin, Tuberculosis, vitamin D

This is another sampling of the more than 700 comments and questions I’ve responded to on NutritionFacts.org (so far!). Please feel free to leave any follow-up questions here or on any of the hundreds of videos on the more than a thousand topics covered on NutritionFacts.org.......

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The Best Foods: test your nutrition knowledge

Michael Greger MD | November 6, 2011 | Health

Read More: algae, antioxidant, apple, apple juice, beans, breast cancer, cancer, chia, chlorella, chocolate, cocoa, coffee, cooking method, cranberries, edamame, flax, lemon, lentil, mushroom, nuts, onion, orange juice, rice, soy, spirulina, sweetener, tea, tempeh, tofu, tomato juice, vegetables, water

Today I'm highlighting twenty questions from twenty NutritionFacts.org "best of" videos ranking different classes of foods. Ultimately, the "best" apple, bean, vegetable, etc. is whichever one you actually eat (in the same way that the "best" exercise is the......

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Heart's Delight

Becky Mikles | June 3, 2011 | Health

Read More: Cookbooks, heart health, rice, smoothie

What is your heart's delight?  Do you have a dream you are living, or chasing?  Have you met your heart's delight in another?  How about the way you eat, are you taking care of your beating heart? "Heart's Delight" conjures......

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Chicken isn't vegan

Chef AJ | April 5, 2011 | Food, Health

Read More: Chef Aj, julieanna hever, mexican, rice, salt, The Chef and the Dietitian, tortillas, vegan

Don't you hate it when people say "I'm a vegetarian, I eat chicken and fish?"  Well, the last time I checked, chicken and fish weren't vegetables!!!   It's hard enough eating out when you're vegan, and even harder when you are......

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Frugal family vegan feasts - all week!

Jess Parsons | February 17, 2011 | Food

Read More: Chinese, family, husband, Indian, kid, meals, potatoes, rice, sausages, vegan, waffles

Barriers to becoming vegan: I know, I know... No meat? No fish? No eggs? No cheese? No milk? What do I eat now?  My family would kill me. And then eat me. So here's some help.  I'm not a recipe......

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Pineapple Aloha Rice

Julieanna Hever, MS, RD | April 28, 2010 | Food, Video

Read More: aloha, going veg with the plant-based dietitian, Hawaii, healthy meals in minutes, Jesse Pomeroy, julieanna hever, pineapple, pineapple aloha rice, rice, teriyaki, www.goingveg.net

A luau in a bowl...have a happy, healthy Hawaiian dish that satisfies the pickiest of eaters and nourishes your body from within. In less than 15 minutes, you can have this delicious, nutrient-packed meal that makes you feel like......

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PASTIERA NAPOLITANA VEGAN (NEAPOLITAN EASTER GRAIN & "RICOTTA" PIE)

Bryanna Clark Grogan | March 31, 2010 | Food, International

Read More: easter, Easter pie, Neapolitan grain and ricotta Easter pie, Pastiera Napolitana, rice

A reader wrote to me a couple of weeks ago: "Do you have any vegan recipes for the Italian wheat and rice pies that are served on Easter morning along with the frittata that my Grandma used to make? Thank......