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The Effects of Dietary Cholesterol on Blood Cholesterol

Michael Greger MD | March 22, 2016 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, animal fat, bacon, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, eggs, fat, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, LDL cholesterol, meat, pork, saturated fat, sausage, smoking, tobacco, triglycerides

Blood cholesterol levels are clearly increased by eating dietary cholesterol. In other words, putting cholesterol in our mouth means putting cholesterol in our blood, and it may also potentiate the harmful effects of saturated fats, meaning when we eat......

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How to Prevent Childhood Obesity and Diabetes

Michael Greger MD | March 3, 2016 | Health

Read More: American Academy of Pediatrics, amputations, animal fat, animal products, animal protein, arthritis, autoimmune diseases, beans, blindness, calories, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, children, cost savings, dairy, diabetes, eggs, eye disease, eye health, fat, fiber, fruit, gout, grains, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, kidney disease, kidney failure, kidney health, Loma Linda University, meat, milk, mortality, nuts, obesity, plant-based diets, prediabetes, sugar, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, veggie burgers, veggie dogs, vision, water

Thirty years ago, virtually all diabetes in young individuals was thought to be autoimmune Type 1 diabetes, but since the mid-90s, we started to see an increase in Type 2 diabetes among youth, particularly in the United States. Indeed,......

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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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The Dietary Link Between Acne and Cancer

Michael Greger MD | January 7, 2016 | Health

Read More: acne, adolescence, Alzheimer's disease, animal products, breast cancer, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chronic diseases, dairy, diabetes, eggs, erectile dysfunction, fruit, heart disease, heart health, hormones, infants, Japan, junk food, meat, milk, obesity, plant-based diets, prediabetes, premature puberty, processed foods, puberty, skin health, standard American diet, TOR, vegetables

Acne is an epidemic skin disease of industrialized countries, reaching prevalence rates of over 85 percent of teenagers. In nearly half of American men and women, acne even continues after adolescence and into the third decade of life. Acne......

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Making Plant-Based Diets the New Normal

Michael Greger MD | December 15, 2015 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, blood pressure, blood sugar, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, chronic diseases, complementary medicine, dairy, diabetes, eggs, exercise, heart disease, heart health, junk food, Kaiser Permanente, LDL cholesterol, Lifestyle medicine, meat, medications, obesity, plant-based diets, prediabetes, processed foods, rheumatoid arthritis

A Nutritional Update for Physicians was published in the official journal of Kaiser Permanente, the largest managed care organization in the United States. It told physicians that healthy eating may best be achieved with a plant-based diet, defined as......

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Coca-Cola Stopped Sponsoring the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Michael Greger MD | November 10, 2015 | Health

Read More: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, alcohol, American Academy of Pediatrics, American Dietetics Association, American Egg Board, animal studies, candy, chewing gum, chocolate, Coca-Cola, cocoa, dairy, eggs, fast food, Hershey's, industry influence, junk food, McDonald's, meat, Pepsi, smoking, soda, tobacco

The American Dietetic Association (ADA) is the world's largest association of nutrition professionals. They claim to be devoted to "improving the nation's health." They promote a series of Nutrition Fact Sheets. Who writes them? Industry sources pay $20,000 per......

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Why Some Dietary Cholesterol Studies Fail to Show Harm

Michael Greger MD | October 29, 2015 | Health

Read More: alcohol, alternative medicine, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, complementary medicine, diabetes, dietary guidelines, eggs, Framingham Heart Study, heart disease, heart health, LDL cholesterol, Lifestyle medicine, lung cancer, prediabetes, saturated fat, smoking, standard American diet

How else can we make decisions for ourselves and our families but by the best available balance of evidence? The latest meta-analysis, pooling data from more than a dozen studies involving more than 300,000 people, indicates that there is......

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How to Reduce Your Dietary Cadmium Absorption

Michael Greger MD | October 20, 2015 | Health

Read More: air pollution, animal products, antioxidants, beans, breast cancer, cadmium, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chicken, cognition, diabetes, eggs, fiber, grains, heart disease, heart health, heavy metals, junk food, lead, meat, mercury, nuts, omnivores, organ meats, oxidative stress, phytates, plant-based diets, poultry, seafood, Slovakia, smoking, supplements, Sweden, turkey, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, zinc

Cadmium is known as a highly toxic metal that represents a major hazard to human health. It sticks around in our body for decades because our body has no efficient way to get rid of it and may contribute......

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Where Do You Get Your Fiber?

Michael Greger MD | September 28, 2015 | Health

Read More: animal fat, animal protein, beans, blood pressure, calories, cancer, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, dairy, diabetes, dietary guidelines, eggs, fat, fiber, fish, flexitarians, folate, foodborne illness, fruit, grains, heart disease, heart health, junk food, meat, metabolic syndrome, obesity, omnivores, phytonutrients, plant protein, plant-based diets, prediabetes, protein, saturated fat, standard American diet, steak, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vitamin C

Vegetarians and vegans are all too familiar with the question: Where do you get your protein? Well, we can finally put to rest the question of whether vegetarians get enough protein thanks to a large study that compared the......

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What Do Eggs Do To Our Arteries?

Michael Greger MD | August 20, 2015 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, breakfast, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cheese, cholesterol, eggs, fast food, fat, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, LDL cholesterol, McDonald's, oatmeal, obesity, sausage, smoking, standard American diet

In reaction to the study that found a similar exponential increase in artery clogging plaque in both smokers and egg eaters, one critic countered that eggs have beneficial effects on vascular endothelium, the inner lining of our arteries, citing......

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Dietary Cholesterol Affects Blood Cholesterol Levels

Michael Greger MD | August 18, 2015 | Health

Read More: American Heart Association, animal products, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, diabetes, eggs, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, LDL cholesterol, lifespan, longevity, metabolic syndrome, mortality, nutrition myths, prediabetes, smoking, standard American diet

In my video, Eggs vs. Cigarettes in Atherosclerosis, I profiled a study showing that both smoking and eating eggs can harm our arteries. But even egg yolks alone were associated with artery-clogging plaque buildup nearly two thirds as bad......

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Dr. Greger's 2015 Live Year-in-Review Presentation

Michael Greger MD | August 4, 2015 | Health

Read More: acne, Advanced Glycation End-products, Adventist Health Studies, Africa, African Americans, aging, alcohol, algae, ALS, Alzheimer's disease, AMA, American College of Cardiology, American Diabetes Association, ammonia, amputations, animal fat, animal products, animal protein, antioxidants, arthritis, bacon, beans, beef, biomagnification, blindness, BMAA, body fat, bone fractures, bone health, brain disease, brain health, breast cancer, C-reactive protein, California, California Raisin Marketing Board, cancer, candy, carcinogens, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cataracts, CDC, cereal, cheese, chicken, chickpeas, China, cholesterol, choline, chronic diseases, colon caner, colon health, dairy, DASH diet, deli meat, dementia, diabetes, Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Frank Sacks, Dr. Neal Barnard, Dr. Walter Kempner, dried fruit, eggs, elderly, energy, estrogen, Europe, exercise, eye disease, eye health, farm animals, feed additives, fiber, Finland, fish, Framingham Heart Study, France, fruit, galactose, glycotoxins, grains, greens, ham, heart disease, heart health, heme iron, hepatitis, high blood pressure, hormones, hot dogs, hypertension, IGF-1, industrial pollutants, industrial toxins, industry influence, infants, inflammation, insulin, iron, joint disease, junk food, kidney failure, lentils, lifespan, Lifestyle medicine, liver health, Lou Gehrig's disease, low-carb diets, lung cancer, McDonald's, McDonalds, meat, Meatless Mondays, medical education, medications, Mediterranean diet, methionine, milk, mortality, National Confectioners Association, neurotoxins, nitrosamines, nuts, oils, organochlorines, osteoarthritis, ovarian cancer, oxidative stress, oysters, Parkinson's disease, persistent organic pollutants, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, plant-based diets, pork, poultry, prediabetes, pregnancy, processed foods, prostate cancer, protein, red wine, rheumatoid arthritis, safety limits, saturated fat, seafood, seeds, sleep, smoking, soda, split peas, standard American diet, steroids, stroke, Surgeon General, surgery, Sweden, tobacco, turkey, twins, uterine cancer, vaginal cancer, veal, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vision, weight loss, wine, women's health, World Health Organization

View my new live presentation here: Food as Medicine: Preventing and Treating the Most Dreaded Diseases with Diet Every year I scour the world's scholarly literature on clinical nutrition, pulling together what I find to be the most interesting,......

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How Fruits and Vegetables Can Treat Asthma

Michael Greger MD | July 2, 2015 | Health

Read More: allergies, alpha-carotene, animal products, antioxidants, asthma, beta carotene, chicken, cholesterol, cryptoxanthin, eczema, eggs, fruit, grains, lung disease, lung health, lutein, lycopene, oxidative stress, peas, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, standard American diet, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

In my video Preventing Asthma With Fruits and Vegetables, I highlighted an international study of asthma and allergies involving more than a million kids. The study found a consistent inverse relationship between prevalence rates of asthma, allergies, and eczema......

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How Fruits and Vegetables Can Prevent Asthma

Michael Greger MD | June 30, 2015 | Health

Read More: air pollution, allergies, animal protein, antibiotics, antioxidants, asthma, biomagnification, breastfeeding, calories, children, chronic diseases, dairy, eczema, eggs, elderly, endocrine disruptors, fermented foods, fruit, immune function, India, industrial toxins, inflammation, lung disease, lung health, meat, organic foods, oxidative stress, persistent organic pollutants, plant protein, plant-based diets, probiotics, protein, respiratory infections, saturated fat, smoking, soda, soy, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vitamin C

Asthma is the most common chronic disease in children and the prevalence is increasing around the world. Despite this, most research dollars are spent on adult chronic disease. "One might ask," a group of researchers posited "whether this is......

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Living Longer by Reducing Leucine Intake

Michael Greger MD | June 16, 2015 | Health

Read More: Adventist Health Studies, aging, animal products, animal protein, apples, beans, cabbage, California, caloric restriction, chicken, China Study, cholesterol, dairy, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, eggs, enzymes, fish, fruit, grains, IGF-1, Japan, LDL cholesterol, leucine, lifespan, longevity, meat, mood, mortality, plant protein, plant-based diets, poultry, protein, rapamycin, side effects, standard American diet, TOR, turkey, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

Many studies have shown that calorie restriction, without malnutrition, can increase lifespan and lower the risk of age-related diseases, such as cancer. However, for many people, calorie restriction clearly has its drawbacks. In the classic Minnesota Starvation Study, many......

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Peeks Behind the Egg Industry Curtain

Michael Greger MD | March 26, 2015 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, animal fat, bone fractures, bone health, calories, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chicken, cholesterol, chronic diseases, Coca-Cola, cooking methods, eggs, elderly, factory farming practices, fat, food poisoning, foodborne illness, Freedom of Information Act, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, infants, LDL cholesterol, marketing, nutrient density, nutrition myths, poultry, pregnancy, protein, safety limits, Salmonella, saturated fat, turkey, Twinkies, USDA, weight loss, zoonotic disease

The American Egg Board is a promotional marketing board appointed by the U.S. government whose mission is to "increase demand for egg and egg products on behalf of U.S. egg producers." If an individual egg company wants to run......

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Organic Milk and Prostate Cancer

Michael Greger MD | February 17, 2015 | Health

Read More: almond milk, cancer, dairy, eggs, estrogen, factory farming practices, farm animals, growth promoters, hormones, Japan, meat, men's health, metastases, milk, mortality, organic foods, organic milk, prostate cancer, prostate health, steroids

Researchers have expressed concern that since cow's milk contains estrogens, dairy could stimulate the growth of hormone-sensitive tumors. The thought is that the consumption of dairy products could both "promote the conversion of precancerous lesions or mutated cells to......

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Foods for Macular Degeneration

Michael Greger MD | January 1, 2015 | Health

Read More: aging, blindness, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chicken, cholesterol, eggs, eye disease, eye health, fat, glaucoma, goji berries, heart disease, heart health, LDL cholesterol, lettuce, lutein, macular degeneration, nuts, organic foods, oxidative stress, phytonutrients, poultry, seeds, spinach, vegetables, vision, zeaxanthin

Anyone who has gotten a bad sunburn knows how damaging the UV rays in sunlight can be. Imagine what those same rays are doing to back of our eyeballs (our retinas). The eye is designed to take sunlight and......

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The Vitamin Everyone on a Plant-Based Diet Needs

Michael Greger MD | December 18, 2014 | Health

Read More: cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, China, cholesterol, cognition, depression, eggs, health, heart disease, heart health, homocysteine, hypertension, kidney disease, kidney failure, kidney function, kidney health, LDL cholesterol, meat, mental health, neuropathy, omnivores, oxidative stress, plant-based diets, stroke, supplements, triglycerides, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vitamin B12

A new study from China found that compared to omnivores, those who ate egg-free and meat-free diets had all the typical benefits of eating more plant-based: lower body mass index, lower blood pressure, lower triglyceride, lower total cholesterol, lower......

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Comparing Vegans' Arteries to Runners'

Michael Greger MD | December 16, 2014 | Health

Read More: beef, blood pressure, body fat, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chicken, cholesterol, dairy, eggs, exercise, fat, fish, heart disease, heart health, hypertension, LDL cholesterol, low-fat diets, meat, mortality, obesity, plant-based diets, pork, poultry, seafood, standard American diet, vegans, vegetarians, weight loss

We know from the work of Drs. Dean Ornish and Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr. that switching to a plant-based diet can reverse heart disease, opening up arteries in some cases without drugs or surgery. We can't wait until our......

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How Avoiding Eggs Could Help You Avoid Diabetes

Michael Greger MD | November 27, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, amputations, Asia, blindness, chronic diseases, diabetes, eggs, Europe, eye disease, eye health, Freedom of Information Act, Harvard, industry influence, kidney disease, kidney failure, kidney function, kidney health, lifespan, mortality

Type 2 diabetes is becoming a global pandemic. We know the consumption of eggs is related to the development of some other chronic diseases, what about diabetes? There appears to be a stepwise increase in risk as more and......

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Why the Egg-Cancer Link?

Michael Greger MD | August 21, 2014 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, cancer, cancer survival, carcinogens, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, carnitine, chicken, cholesterol, choline, Cleveland Clinic, dairy, eggs, Freedom of Information Act, Harvard, heart disease, heart health, heterocyclic amines, industry influence, inflammation, lecithin, meat, men's health, metastases, milk, mortality, poultry, prostate cancer, prostate health, red meat, steak, stroke, supplements, TMAO, trimethylamine, turkey

Two million men in the U.S. are living with prostate cancer -- but that's better than dying from prostate cancer. Catch it when it's localized and the five-year survival is practically guaranteed, but once it really starts spreading, chances......

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Test to See If Your Diet is Alkaline or Acid Forming

Michael Greger MD | August 5, 2014 | Health

Read More: acid/base balance, aging, alkaline diet, animal products, animal protein, anthocyanins, beef, bone health, bone mineral density, cabbage, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, chicken, cost savings, dairy, eggs, fish, fruit, gout, greens, heart disease, heart health, kidney disease, kidney function, kidney health, kidney stones, lifespan, meat, milk, mortality, muscle health, muscle strength, omnivores, pH, plant protein, plant-based diets, pork, potassium, protein, Quorn, seafood, standard American diet, stroke, tuna, uric acid, vegans, vegetable protein, vegetables, vegetarians

In my video Alkaline Diets, Animal Protein, and Calcium Loss I presented evidence challenging the notion that our body is buffering the acid formed from our diet with calcium from our bones. How then is our body neutralizing the......

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Does Animal Protein Cause Osteoporosis?

Michael Greger MD | July 31, 2014 | Health

Read More: acid/base balance, alkaline diet, animal products, animal protein, antacids, beans, beef, bone fractures, bone health, bone mineral density, burgers, calcium, chicken, eggs, fish, fruit, grains, hamburgers, kidney disease, kidney function, kidney health, meat, medications, osteoporosis, pork, poultry, protein, steak, stomach health, Tums, turkey, vegetables

For most of the last century, a prevailing theory within the field of nutrition was that by eating acid-forming foods such as meat, we were, in essence, at risk of peeing our bones down the toilet. And no wonder!......

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