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What Animal Protein Does in Your Colon

Michael Greger MD | April 11, 2017 | Health

Read More: alcohol, ammonia, animal protein, beans, beef, beverages, butyrate, cabbage, cancer, colon cancer, colon disease, colon health, cruciferous vegetables, dried fruit, fiber, food additives, fruit, hydrogen sulfide, inflammatory bowel disease, lentils, meat, oatmeal, organic, pasta, peas, plant protein, plant-based diets, preservatives, processed foods, protein, rectal cancer, standard American diet, sulfites, sulfur, sulfur dioxide, ulcerative colitis, vegans, vegetables, vegetarians, wine, women's health

There's a take-off of the industry slogan, "Beef: It's What's For Dinner" - "Beef: It's What's Rotting in Your Colon." I saw this on a shirt once with some friends and I was such the party pooper--no pun intended--explaining......

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Best Dried Fruit For Cholesterol

Michael Greger MD | September 12, 2013 | Health

Read More: apples, asthma, bile, blood sugar, c-reactive proteins, cholesterol, constipation, dates, digestion, dried fruit, figs, fruit, glycemic index, heart health, inflammation, LDL, minerals, pectin, plums, prunes, skin, sulfur dioxide, triglyceride levels, vitamins, women's health

When I saw there was a paper entitled "Daily Dried Apples Versus Daily Dried Plums: Impact on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Factors in Postmenopausal Women," the first thing I thought was well, was the study funded by the U.S. Apple......

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Eggs vs. Cigarettes in Atherosclerosis

Michael Greger MD | September 10, 2013 | Health

Read More: apples, asthma, bile, blood sugar, c-reactive proteins, cholesterol, constipation, dates, digestion, dried fruit, figs, fruit, glycemic index, heart health, inflammation, LDL, minerals, pectin, plums, prunes, skin, sulfur dioxide, triglyceride levels, vitamins, women's health

A study in the journal Atherosclerosis found that eating just 3 eggs or more a week was associated with a significant increase in artery-clogging plaque buildup in people's carotid arteries going to their brain, a strong predictor of stroke,......