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What Are the Benefits of Organic?

Michael Greger MD | April 25, 2017 | Health

Read More: ADHD, alcohol, animal fat, antioxidants, beverages, birth defects, cancer, children, dairy, fat, fish, hypospadias, industrial pollutants, insecticides, insects, lymphoma, meat, men's health, milk, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, organic foods, organochlorines, penis health, pesticides, soda, testicular cancer, United Kingdom, women's health

The medical literature has been historically hostile to organic foods, blaming in part erroneous information supplied by the health food movement for our ignorance of nutrition. But until just a few generations ago, all food was organic. It's kind......

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GMO Soy and Breast Cancer

Michael Greger MD | July 12, 2016 | Health

Read More: ADHD, alcohol, breast cancer, breast cancer survival, breast health, cancer, cardiovascular disease, chicken, children, diabetes, estrogen, farm animals, feed additives, glyphosate, GMO, heart disease, Monsanto, multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, organic, Parkinson's disease, pesticides, Roundup, safety limits, soy, soybeans, stroke, women's health

In response to concerns raised about the toxicity of Monsanto's roundup pesticide, which ends up in GMO foods (See Is Monsanto's Roundup Pesticide Glyphosate Safe?), Monsanto's scientists countered that these in vitro experiments used physiological irrelevant concentrations, meaning dripping......

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Does Antioxidant Intake Matter for Cancer?

Michael Greger MD | April 7, 2015 | Health

Read More: antioxidants, berries, blueberries, cancer, cancer survival, chemotherapy, chronic diseases, DNA damage, fruit, greens, industry influence, lifespan, lymphoma, mortality, multivitamins, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, nutrient synergy, oxidative stress, ranking foods, stomach cancer, stomach health, supplements, USDA, vegetables

The USDA removed their online antioxidant database of foods, "concerned that ORAC values were routinely misused by food and dietary supplement manufacturing companies to promote their products." Indeed, supplement manufacturers got into my-ORAC-is-bigger-than-your-ORAC contests, comparing their pills to the......