I’m agitated to announce my next webinar, taking place on February 19:
Why Do Vegetarians Have Higher Stroke Risk?
Unlike the obesity webinar, which was put together primarily time to satisfy the academic interest of fellow nutrition morons( more info below !), my February webinar is going to be of a more practical nature. Given that high blood pressure and inadequate fruit and vegetable intake are among the most important stroke determining factor, you would assume those munching plant-based diets would be at significantly lower risk, just as they are with heart attacks. You might be surprised to learn that there had never been any studies on the incidence of stroke in vegetarians, though…until now. And if you think that is surprising, wait until you hear the research results. Yes, the government has lower heart disease risk as expected, but those snacking meat-free diets seemed to have more stroke hazard. If that is indeed the case, what might be the make, and what can we do about it? I hope you’ll join me for this important event. For more information and to register, go here.
Date and Time: February 19, 2-4pm ET Day of reckoning to Register: February 13
Today is the last day to register for my next webinar on January 24 at 2pm ET 😛 TAGEND
The obesity epidemic exploded throughout the industrialized world in the late 1970 s. What happened? Any potential driver would have had to be global in mood and are in compliance with the upswing of the epidemic. So how do the various conjectures heap up? Was it the solid, the sugar, our genes, need of employ? If you are as curious as I was before I dived in, I hope you’ll join me as I sift through the possibilities and answer your questions in this 2-hour live webinar, which is (* spoiler alarm *) based on the first part of my new bible How Not to Diet.
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Speaking Tour Kicking Off
I’ve started my 200 -city speaking tour. This will take me all over the US and other regions throughout the world. Here are a few of the upcoming contests that are open to the public. You are also welcome to witness the full register here.
1/ 12/2020 Loma Linda, CA Loma Linda University School of Medicine
2/ 7/2020 Boise, ID Plant Based in Boise
2/ 16/2020 Camarillo, CA Whole Conference
2/ 21 -2/ 28/2020 Holistic Holiday at Sea
Seeking Chinese Translation Volunteers
We’re currently aiming voluntaries with event in English-Chinese translation and editing as we continue to bring the latest research on nutrition to parties in Chinese-speaking fields. You can find the voluntary position descriptions and employments here.
Host a How Not to Die Screening
Over 30 How Not to Die Screening incidents have taken place around the world since last April. These contests have brought communities together and have allowed this life-saving information to effectively reach wider publics. Consider hosting a free incident in your expanse. For more information and to apply, go here.
Physicians Association for Nutrition
The international medical organisation Physicians Association for Nutrition( PAN International) is calling all health professionals supportive of a plant-based diet to add themselves to their latest website aspect: an interactive delineate and register where cases around the globe can identify encouraging practitioners near them. If you are a physician, physician auxiliary, registered dietician, or a nurse practitioner, delight visit their website and consider contributing your practise to the list!
Endotoxins can build up on pre-chopped veggies and threaten some of their benefits.
Why we may want to strive not to outstrip the recommended intake of protein.
Is the link between breakfast skip and obesity cause-and-effect?
Live Q& As January 23
Every month now I do Q& As live from my treadmill, and January 23 is the day.
You can now find links to all of my past live YouTube and Facebook Q& As right here on NutritionFacts.org. If that’s not enough, recollect I have an audio podcast to keep you fellowship at http :// nutritionfacts.org/ audio .
In health, Michael Greger, M.D.
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2019: Evidence-Based Weight Loss 2016: How Not To Die: The Role of Diet in Preventing, Arresting, and Reversing Our Top 15 Killers 2015: Food as Medicine: Preventing and Treating the Most Dreaded Diseases with Diet 2014: From Table to Able: Combating Disabling Diseases with Food 2013: More Than an Apple a Day 2012: Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death
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