In an important new study, the relationship between fruit and vegetable intake and risk of breast cancer in black women was studied and the results were surprising. Which veggie do you think played the biggest role in decreasing breast cancer risk? Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org tells us more.
It’s no surprise that a diet high in potassium can help lower the risk of heart disease and stroke by as much as 21%, but it may surprise you to know which whole foods are actually the ones high in potassium. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org tells us more.
New case reports show that the common sugar substitute aspartame may be linked to chronic fibromyalgia pain. Simply removing it from one’s diet may ease long-term discomfort. Have a look at what Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org has to say.
Broccoli or broccoli sprouts? Chickpeas or chickpea sprouts? Well, when it comes to antioxidant power, your better go with sprouts! Here’s Dr. Michael Greger to explain the results of the newest study published on sprouting. Do you sprout?
For the most part, we know that eating more plant-based whole foods helps prevent age-related diseases, but how good is one fruit – kiwi – at repairing DNA once the damage has already been done? Turns out, kiwifruits do a great job at increasing our DNA repair enzymes’ ability to repair the damage that bypasses our body’s first line of defense. Watch this video by Michael Greger, M.D. of NutritionFacts.org for more!