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The Top Three DNA Protecting Spices

Michael Greger MD | January 22, 2015 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, cinnamon, cooking methods, cooking temperature, curry powder, dairy, DNA damage, ginger, herbs, inflammation, milk, osteoarthritis, plant protein, protein, pumpkin, recipes, rosemary, soy, soy milk, spices, turmeric

In my video Which Spices Fight Inflammation? I profile a landmark study that compared the ability of different spices to suppress inflammation. The study also compared the spices' ability to protect DNA. Cloves, ginger, rosemary, and turmeric were able......


The Top Four Anti-Inflammatory Spices

Michael Greger MD | January 20, 2015 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, ankylosing spondylitis, antioxidants, autoimmune diseases, cancer, cancer survival, cardiovascular disease, cardiovascular health, Cayenne pepper, chicken, cholesterol, cinnamon, cloves, complementary medicine, cost savings, cumin, curcumin, DNA damage, ginger, heart disease, heart failure, heart health, herbs, inflammation, inflammatory bowel disease, medications, oregano, osteoarthritis, oxidative stress, pepper, poultry, psoriasis, rosemary, side effects, spices, Tumor necrosis factor, turmeric

Once in a while I come across a study that's so juicy I have to do a whole video about it (Which Spices Fight Inflammation?). A group of researchers at the University of Florida, Gainesville and Pennsylvania State set......


Can We Fight the Blues With Greens?

Michael Greger MD | March 27, 2014 | Health

Read More: alternative medicine, amphetamines, aneurism, animal products, apples, arachidonic acid, berries, brain disease, brain health, cheese effect, chicken, cinnamon, cloves, cocaine, complementary medicine, depression, dopamine, ecstacy, eggs, fruit, grapes, green tea, inflammation, kale, lung cancer, lung health, MAO Inhibitors, medications, mental health, mood, nutmeg, onions, oregano, phytonutrients, plant-based diets, Prozac, serotonin, side effects, smoking, spices, tobacco, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians

                Why does frequent consumption of vegetables appear to cut one’s odds of depression by more than half? And "frequent" was defined as eating vegetables not 3 or more times a day, but......


Cinnamon for Diabetes

Michael Greger MD | October 29, 2013 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, blood sugar, cassia cinnamon, Ceylon cinnamon, children's health, Chinese cinnamon, cinnamon, coumarin, diabetes, Glucophage, glucose tolerance, Indian gooseberries, liver, liver disease, liver health, metformin, nutmeg, oxalates, plant-based diet, toxins, vegan, vegetarian, youth health

The use of cinnamon to help treat diabetes remains controversial. We know that cinnamon is so good at controlling one's blood sugar that you can cheat on a diabetes test by consuming two teaspoons of cinnamon the night before......


Is Caffeinated Tea Really Dehydrating?

Michael Greger MD | September 27, 2012 | Health

Read More: amla, antioxidants, bacon, broccoli, cancer, cinnamon, flaxseeds, genital warts, gorlin syndrome, green tea, phytonutrients, saffron, skin cancer, stevia, tea, watermelon

Phytonutrients exclusive to the tea plant appear so powerful that they can reverse disease even when just applied to the skin. Now officially incorporated into the Centers for Disease Control STD Treatment Guidelines, the topical application of green tea......


Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (#17)

Michael Greger MD | January 28, 2012 | Health

Read More: amla, antioxidants, apples, apricots, asthma, blood pressure, cancer, cavities, cholesterol, cinnamon, diabetes, food synergy, gum disease, hibiscus tea, indian gooseberries, iron, oxalates, pepper, plaque, polyphenols, prunes, raisins, salt, sodium, spice, sulphur dioxide, turmeric, vitamin C

This is another sampling of the more than 800 comments and questions I’ve responded to on (so far!). Please feel free to leave any follow-up questions here or on any of the hundreds of videos on the more than a thousand topics covered on


Ask the Doctor: Q&A with Michael Greger, M.D. (Week 8)

Michael Greger MD | November 12, 2011 | Health

Read More: blood type, calcium, celiac, cinnamon, dairy, diet, drugs, durian, fruits, kidney stone, meat, Methotrexate, orange juice, oxalates, rheumatoid arthritis, salt, sugar, vegetables, water

This is another sampling of the more than 600 comments and questions I’ve responded to on the site (so far!). Please feel free to leave any follow-up questions here or on any of the hundreds of videos on the more than a thousand......


Can antioxidant-rich spices counteract the effects of a high-fat meal?

Michael Greger MD | August 23, 2011 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, chicken, cinnamon, cloves, Coca Cola, eggs, ginger, greens, lettuce, oregano, Penn State, plant-based diet, spices, triglycerides

In this month's Journal of Nutrition, researchers at Penn State report on their experiment in which overweight men were fed a high-fat (chicken) meal with or without a healthy dose of herbs and spices such as cinnamon, cloves, ginger,......


Mini Vegan Cinnamon Rolls

Ellen Sheen | March 24, 2011 | Food

Read More: baking, cinnamon, vegan, vegan brownies, vegan dessert

I heard something about a list where vegan cinnamon rolls made the top 20 of apparently fantastical vegan things to eat. Or something like that. I also might have just made it up. Either way these are chewy, soft, just......