Preventing Cancer by Any Greens Necessary

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 tells us more.

Protein and Heart Disease

The association between intake of fat and increased risk of heart disease has long been studied, but, independently studied, what affect does protein have on risk of heart disease? Watch this video by‘s Dr. Michael Greger for the answer. It might surprise you!

Nitrates in Vegetables

Nitrates treat hypertension and protect against cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks, so it’s important to include natural sources of nitrates in our diets. But which vegetable is highest in nitrate levels? Watch this vide of Michael Greger, M.D. from or find out!

A Nation’s Diet in Crisis

In 2010, dietary recommendations were changed, but how did we as a nation fare with those previous guidelines? A quarter of our calories were allowed to be ‘empty calories,’ i.e. junk food, but most Americans (95%) exceeded this maximum. Three-quarters of Americans couldn’t eat one whole fruit serving a day and 9 out of 10 couldn’t meet the daily vegetable serving recommendation. It’s difficult to wonder why America’s diet is in crisis when we can’t meet even such lax health […]

Adding Herbs, Adding Antioxidants

So many herbs, so little time! Here’s another lovely herb post from Dr. Michael Greger of with some interesting information on the antioxidant power of some of the most healthy herbs out there. Add a pinch for a ton of antioxidants! And while you’re at it, take a look at our herb infographic to find the best herb for your current state of health.