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How to Reduce Exposure to Alkylphenols Through Your Diet

Michael Greger MD | April 28, 2015 | Health

Read More: alkylphenols, allergies, anchovies, animal fat, asthma, biomagnification, breast cancer, breast disease, breast health, breast milk, breastfeeding, cancer, chicken, cod liver oil, eczema, endocrine disruptors, EPA, estrogen, Europe, fat, fish, fish oil, hormones, industrial toxins, infants, Japan, lard, lung disease, lung health, mackerel, memory, milk, persistent organic pollutants, phytoestrogens, plastic, poultry, pregnancy, salmon, seafood, soy, turkey, xenoestrogens

Alkylphenols are industrial chemicals that are found in hair products, spermicides, cleaning products and detergents. They are considered endocrine disruptors. For more information on alkylphenols, check out my video Alkylphenol Endocrine Disruptors and Allergies. Concern about alkylphenols first surfaced......


Slowing Cognitive Decline with Berries

Michael Greger MD | April 21, 2015 | Health

Read More: aging, anthocyanins, antioxidants, berries, blueberries, brain disease, brain health, chronic diseases, cognition, Concord grapes, dementia, evolution, fruit, fruit juice, grape juice, grapes, Harvard Nurses' Health Study, inflammation, memory, oxidative stress, phytonutrients, placebo effect, plant-based diets, polyphenols, strawberries, supplements, vegetables, vitamin C, wrinkles

A plant-based diet is thought to have played a significant role in human evolution and the consumption of whole plant foods and even just extracts have repeatedly been associated with a decreased risk of aging related diseases. And by......


Two Kiwifruit an Hour Before Bedtime

Michael Greger MD | April 1, 2014 | Health

Read More: aging, alternative medicine, antioxidants, cognition, complementary medicine, folate, fruit, immune function, industry influence, insomnia, kiwi fruit, lifespan, longevity, medications, memory, mortality, oxidative stress, pneumonia, serotonin, sleep, sleeping pills, tomatoes, Valium, vegetables

                The number one question in sleep research is “Why do we sleep?” followed by the question,“How much sleep do we need?” After literally hundreds of studies, we still don’t know the best......


Schoolchildren Should Drink More Water

Michael Greger MD | November 21, 2013 | Health

Read More: amino acids, cardiovascular function, cellular dehydration, children, children's health, cognitive performance, dehydration, gastrointestinal function, hormonal function, hydration, immune function, juice, memory, mental health, milk, muscle function, neurological function, scholastic performance, skeletal function, sodium, sugar, tea, water, weight loss, weight management, youth

Most children arrive at school in a state of mild dehydration that may negatively affect scholastic performance. Preventing cellular dehydration is integral to hormonal, immune, neurological, cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, muscle and skeletal function. So researchers recently set out to determine......