NutritionFacts.org arises from my annual review of the medical literature. With the aid of a squad of several hundred voluntaries, we churned through tens of thousands of papers published in the peer-reviewed scientific nutrition literature and are ramping up to break new records in 2020. How do I prefer which studies to highlight? In general, I strive to focus on the most groundbreaking, interesting, and useful receives; but which topics reverberate “the worlds largest”? The practical ones, offering fix or patronizing tips? Or those that dissect the studies behind the headlines? Maybe it’s the geeky discipline ones exploring the wonderfully curious world of the human rights biology? As you can see from the below list, the answer seems to be a bit of all of the above 😛 TAGEND #10 Time-Restricted Eating Put to the Test
I was so excited to start to settled all my intermittent fasting videos up. This one was more of a backgrounder. The thrilling resolution can be found in The Benefits of Early Time-Restricted Eating, a video that resolved up reforming my own family’s eating habits.
How few eggs should we eat to reduce the risk of prostate, ovarian, colon, and breast cancer? This was part two of a three-part video serial. The others were Dietary Cholesterol& Cancer and Oxidized Cholesterol 27 HC May Explain 3 Breast Cancer Mysteries.
When I was writing the hydration period in How Not to Diet I figured I should do a deep dive into the best water filtration system. Given the disinfection byproducts in tap water, Brita, PUR, ZeroWater, and refrigerator water filters are put to the test.
Years ago I tried to settled the spat to rest with my videos The Saturated Fat Studies: Put in to Fail and The Saturated Fat Studies: Buttering Up the Public but it restrains rearing it’s buttery head.
Given their oxalate material, how much is too much spinach, chard, beet parks, chaga sprout powder, almonds, cashews, idol result, and instantaneous tea? Wait, what are oxalates? You may want to also check out the prequel video Oxalates in Spinach and Kidney Stones: Should We Be Concerned ?
The client for using a plant-based diet to reduce the burden of diabetes has never been stronger and the good news is that eventually the guidelines are starting to catch up: Plant-Based Diets Recognized by Diabetes Associations.
One of the things I learned while writing How Not to Diet was the importance of not just whole particles but unscathed totality grains, the miraculous blow of such structures of meat beyond nutritional material or composition.
Dark green leafy vegetables are the most nutrient-dense nutrients on countries around the world. What’s the best way to prepare them? What about other vegetables? Another favourite video this year was Best Way to Cook Vegetables.
Multiple videos from my ketogenic nutrition serials constructed the top 10, but I decided to really register one, but you can find the residue here!
Even though this just came out recently it’s already skyrocketed to the single most watched video of its first year. It offers a sneak peek into How Not to Diet. If you want to watch the one I did on my last volume check out How Not to Die.
In 2019 I did a series of webinars on fasting, which you can find here. They was just so popular I decided to do a series of webinars on a variety of topics in 2020( in between my 200 -city speaking tour !). The first one explores the inception of the obesity epidemic. Obesity exploded throughout the industrialized world in the late 1970 s. What happened? Any potential driver would have had to be world in sort and are in accordance with the upswing of the epidemic. So how do the various types interpretations pile up?
I hope you’ll join me as I sieve through all contesting hypothesis and answer your questions in this 2-hour live webinar. Check out the full list of topics here.
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Webinar Date& Time: January 24, 2020, 2pm ET Last day to Register: January 16, 2020
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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