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How to Design a Misleading Study

Michael Greger MD | August 14, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal fat, animal products, bacon, beef, butter, cake, candy, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cheese, chicken, cholesterol, Coca-Cola, Crisco, fat, fiber, fish, Harvard, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, LDL cholesterol, meat, Pepsi, plant protein, pork, poultry, protein, saturated fat, seafood, smoking, soda, sugar, tobacco, turkey, Twinkies, vegetable protein

Imagine working for the now defunct Twinkie division of Hostess and wanting to take the tobacco industry tact of not just downplaying the risk of your product, but actually promoting it as healthy. How would we do that? Our......

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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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Quadrupling Breast Cancer Survival

Michael Greger MD | July 29, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal fat, beef, breast cancer, broccoli, cabbage, cancer, cancer survival, cauliflower, chemotherapy, chicken, collard greens, cruciferous vegetables, exercise, fat, fiber, fruit, kale, low-fat diets, meat, Mexico, mortality, plant-based diets, pork, poultry, side effects, sugar, tamoxifen, turkey, vegetables, women's health, Women's Healthy Eating and Living Study

Half a million Americans are expected to die this year from cancer, equal to five jumbo jets crashing every day. The number of Americans who die from cancer each year is more than all those who have died in......

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Cancer and the Animal-to-Plant Protein Ratio

Michael Greger MD | July 24, 2014 | Health

Read More: A/V ratio, aging, animal products, animal protein, bladder cancer, bladder disease, bladder health, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cance, cauliflower, chicken, cruciferous vegetables, Dr. Dean Ornish, eggs, fruit, Harvard, kale, men's health, metastases, mortality, plant protein, plant-based diets, poultry, prostate cancer, prostate health, protein, PSA, r cancer survival, turkey, vegans, vegetable protein, vegetables, vegetarians

It is now eight years since the famous Ornish study was published, suggesting that 12 months on a strictly plant-based diet could reverse the progression of prostate cancer. For those unfamiliar with that landmark Ornish study, see Cancer Reversal......

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A Low Methionine Diet May Help Starve Cancer Cells

Michael Greger MD | July 8, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal products, beans, beef, bladder cancer, bladder disease, bladder health, breast cancer, breast cancer survival, breast disease, breast health, cancer, cancer survival, chemotherapy, chicken, colon cancer, colon health, dairy, dogs, eggs, fish, fruit, fungicides, grains, insects, leukemia, lung cancer, lung disease, lung health, meat, medications, metastases, methionine, milk, nuts, ovarian cancer, ovary health, pesticides, plant-based diets, poultry, prostate cancer, prostate health, rectal cancer, red meat, skin cancer, skin health, smoking, tobacco, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, women's health

When designing an antibiotic, we can't create a drug that destroys DNA because that's something that both humans and bacteria share in common. It would kill bacteria, but it might kill us, too. Instead, many antibiotics work by attacking......

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Handling Poultry Tied to Liver/Pancreatic Cancers

Michael Greger MD | July 1, 2014 | Health

Read More: alcohol, American Academy of Pediatrics, beverages, cancer, cancer survival, cancer viruses, CDC, chicken, children, EPA, industry influence, liver cancer, liver disease, liver health, lung cancer, lung disease, lung health, mesothelioma, mold, mortality, pancreas health, pancreatic cancer, penis cancer, penis health, poultry, poultry viruses, poultry workers, salami, salami brusher's disease, smoking, tobacco, turkey, virus, wart viruses, warts

Thousands of Americans continue to die from asbestos exposure decades after many uses were banned since the cancers can take years to show up. We are now in the so-called "third wave" of asbestos-related disease. The first wave was......

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How to Get Parents to Eat Their Vegetables

Michael Greger MD | June 19, 2014 | Health

Read More: animal products, beans, beef, beef brains, body fat, brains, calories, chicken, children, cooking methods, fat, meat, obesity, offal, organ meats, plant protein, pork, pork brains, poultry, protein, rice, sheep, soy, soy milk, soybeans, U.S. Department of Defense, veal brains, vegetables, weight loss

Changing the name of healthy foods can have a significant impact on children's eating habits (See Tricks to Get Kids to Eat Healthier at School). Are adults as gullible? Yes. For example, in one study profiled in my video......

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Preloading with Watercress Before Exercise

Michael Greger MD | May 13, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, animal fat, animal products, animal protein, antioxidants, athletes, beef, broccoli, cheese, chicken, cholesterol, cruciferous vegetables, dairy, DNA damage, eggs, exercise, fat, fish, inflammation, lifespan, meat, medications, milk, muscle health, muscle inflammation, muscle strength, oxidative stress, plant-based diets, pork, poultry, protein, red meat, saturated fat, seafood, supplements, turkey, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vitamin C, watercress, yogurt

                Could exercise be creating harmful free radicals? Oxidizing glucose to produce energy for our bodies is messy, creating free radicals the way cars burning their fuel produce combustion by-products out the exhaust.......

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Why Do Vegan Women Have Fewer Female Cancers?

Michael Greger MD | March 18, 2014 | Health

Read More: Adventist Health Studies, cancer, cervical cancer, cervix health, chicken, fruit, genital health, green tea, growth promoters, hepatitis, hepatitis E, heterocyclic amines, human papilloma virus, IGF-1, immune function, inflammations, lutein, lycopene, lymphoma, meat, Neu5Gc, obesity, oxidative stress, penis cancer, penis health, pets, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, pork, poultry, sexual health, sexual transmission, throat cancer, throat health, turkey, vaginal cancer, vaginal health, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, vulva cancer

                Cervical cancer is now considered a sexually transmitted disease. It was originally suspected as such, but now we have DNA fingerprinting proof that virtually all cervical cancer is caused by a sexually......

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When a Scraped Knee May Once Again Kill

Michael Greger MD | March 13, 2014 | Health

Read More: agriculture, animal products, animal welfare, antibiotics, antimicrobial drugs, bacteria, beef, chicken, children, factory farming practices, farm animals, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, growth promoters, immune function, industry influence, meat, medications, mortality, penicillin, pork, poultry, superbugs, tetracycline, turkey, World Health Organization

                In a keynote address last year, the Director-General of the World Health Organization warned that we may be facing a future in which many of our miracle drugs no longer work. “A......

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Egg Industry Caught Making False Claims

Michael Greger MD | March 6, 2014 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, American Heart Association, animal products, arachidonic acid, cake, carcinogens, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, cholesterol, dairy, dietary guidelines, eggs, false advertising, Federal Trade Commission, Freedom of Information Act, heart disease, heart health, industry influence, meat, milk, National Commission on Egg Nutrition, poultry, safety limits, Salmonella, smoking, steak, tobacco, turkey, USDA, vegetables

                On the basis of concerns from the American Heart Association and consumer groups, the Federal Trade Commission carried out successful legal action—upheld by the Supreme Court—to compel the egg industry to cease......

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Why Are Eggs Linked to Cancer Progression?

Michael Greger MD | November 19, 2013 | Health

Read More: American Egg Board, beef, cancer progression, carcinogens, carnitine, chicken, choline, cooked meat, early detection, Egg Nutrition Center, eggs, heart attack, heterocyclic amines, inflammation, meat, men's health, metastases, mortality, plant-based, poultry, prostate cancer, prostate disease, prostate health, steak, stroke, TMAO, turkey, vegan, vegetarian

About 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 our 5-year survival is practically guaranteed, but once it really starts spreading our......

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Avoid Carnitine and Lethicin Supplements

Michael Greger MD | November 14, 2013 | Health

Read More: atherosclerosis, beans, beef, carnitine, carnitine palmitoyl transferase, chicken, cholesterol, choline, dairy, death, dietary cholesterol, eggs, energy drinks, fish, foam cells, fruit, grains, gut bacteria, gut flota, heart attack, heart disease, inflammatory cells, lethicin, meat, metabolism, milk, mortality, plant-based diet, plaque, pork, poultry, red meat, saturated fat, stroke, TMAO, trimethylamine-n-oxide, vegan, vegetables, vegetarian, weight loss

A landmark study in the New England Journal of Medicine shows that choline in eggs, poultry, dairy and fish produces the same toxic TMAO as carnitine in red meat, which may help explain plant-based protection from heart disease. Earlier......

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Industry Influence on Our Dietary Guidelines

Michael Greger MD | October 22, 2013 | Health

Read More: beef, cancer, cholesterol, dairy, degenerative disease, diabetes, dietary guidelines, eggs, fat, fish, George McGovern, Harvard, hypertension, International Sugar Research Foundation, ischemic heart disease, lamb, meat, milk, National Livestock and Meat Board, plant-based diet, poultry, public health, public policy, salt, Salt Institute, saturated fat, sugar, The National Dairy Council, The Senate Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs, vegan, vegetarian

The story behind the first U.S. dietary guidelines explains why, to this day, the decades of science supporting a more plant-based diet have yet to fully translate into public policy. George McGovern, who died last year at age 90,......

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Why Is Selling Salmonella-Tainted Chicken Legal?

Michael Greger MD | October 1, 2013 | Health

Read More: adulterant, adulterated, American Public Health Association, bacteria, beef, cheese, chicken, contamination, dairy, E. coli, eggs, fecal contamination, fish, food poisoning, foodborne pathogens, maggots, meat, milk, pathogens, poultry, public health, salmonella, U.S. Food and Drug Association, viruses, yogurt

When researchers last year at the Emerging Pathogens Institute ranked foodborne pathogens to figure out which was the worst, Salmonella was number one on their list. Salmonella was ranked the food poisoning bacteria with the greatest public health burden......

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Biblical Daniel Fast Tested

Michael Greger MD | January 24, 2013 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, Bible, Daniel, diet, disease, EPIC study, inflammation, plant-based diet, poultry, University of Memphis

Researchers recently set out to replicate the "Daniel Fast," the biblical nutrition trial outlined in Daniel 1:8-16. In my last blog post Poultry Paunch, I featured results from the EPIC study, one of the largest studies ever performed. The......

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The True Shelf Life of Cooking Oils

Michael Greger MD | December 6, 2012 | Health

Read More: chicken, poultry

Cooking oil manufacturer "best-by" dates are put to the test by comparing the development of rancidity between almond oil, avocado oil, hazelnut oil, macadamia oil, grape seed oil, rice bran oil, toasted sesame oil, and walnut oil. Find out......

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Why is it Legal to Sell Unsafe Meat?

Michael Greger MD | August 23, 2012 | Health

Read More: CDC, chicken, fecal bacteria, fecal contamination, foodborne illness, hamburger, industry influence, meat, poultry, salmonella

Most of the U.S. population suffers an acute diarrheal illness every year. According to a recent survey, most people correctly identified food as the most common source of infection, but fewer than half (45%) believed it legal for grocery......

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Adding FDA-Approved Viruses to Meat

Michael Greger MD | August 2, 2012 | Health

Read More: arsenic, bacteria, bacteria-eating virus, bacteriophage, bird flu, brain parasites, campylobacter, chickens, food industry, listeria, maggots, meat, meat industry, poultry, processed meat, toxin genes, viruses

Bacteria-eating viruses (bacteriophages) have been approved as meat additives to reduce the food safety risks associated with processed meat and poultry products. There is a concern, however, that viruses fed to chickens could spread toxin genes between bacteria, the......

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Poultry and Penis Cancer

Michael Greger MD | May 17, 2012 | Health

Read More: antibiotics, cancer, chicken, cigarette, coffee, eggs, exercise, food safety, fruits, leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, obesity, penis cancer, plants, poultry, raw poultry, vegetarian, viruses

One of the reasons it's so difficult to study the relationship between diet and cancer is because many dietary behaviors are associated with non-dietary behaviors. For example, one of the reasons we used to think coffee-drinking caused cancer was......

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Generic Lipitor is not the answer to our heart disease epidemic

Michael Greger MD | December 23, 2011 | Health

Read More: American Journal of Cardiology, cancer, cholesterol, cigarettes, diabetes, dietary cholesterol, Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. William Clifford Roberts, eggs, fast food, Happy Meal, heart attack, heart disease, LDL, Lipitor, meat, muscle damage, obesity, plant-based diet, polypill, poultry, saturated fat, statins, trans fat

The cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor (atorvastatin) is the best-selling drug on the planet. Nearly a million Americans filled their prescriptions the first week after it went generic this month. Over the past 25 years, this one drug raked in $100......

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Talking Turkey: 9 out of 10 retail turkey samples contaminated with fecal bacteria

Michael Greger MD | November 21, 2011 | Health

Read More: bacteria, CDC, contamination, e. coli, food safety, meat, MRSA, Pew Commission, poultry, public health, staph, staphylococcus, turkey

Ben Franklin's tree-perching "Bird of Courage" has been transformed into a flightless butterball so top-heavy they are physically incapable of mating (necessitating artificial insemination). Turkeys are bred to grow so fast, a group of veterinary researchers concluded, "they are......

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Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (Week 3)

Michael Greger MD | October 1, 2011 | Health

Read More: apple juice, arsenic, breast cancer, cabbage, cancer, chicken, chili peppers, cruciferous, mammography, manure, mushrooms, penis size, phthalates, poultry, thermography

First, please allow me to apologize to all those who have submitted questions that remain unanswered. In the first month, more than 1,300 comments/questions were posted to NutritionFacts.org and I've been so busy posting a new video every day that......

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