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Are Vegan Doctors Exaggerating?

February 21, 19 at 08:00 AM

Are Vegan Doctors Exaggerating?

How often do we have to debunk Dr. Michael Greger? Every time, it seems. Watch how Dr. Greger uses "science" to advance a bizarre nut agenda - it's irresponsible. WATCH NOW (23 minutes):...

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More Nut Industry Lies Exposed (Part 5 of Nuts)

February 16, 19 at 07:11 AM

More Nut Industry Lies Exposed (Part 5 of Nuts)

Good news - you can eat chocolate and lose weight! Nuts too - so says the nut industry, and NutritionFacts.org has all the latest nut industry-funded "science" ready for your consumption! This is Video 5 in our series on nuts...

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Nuts and Heart Disease - Dr. Esselstyn (Part 4 of Nuts)

February 7, 19 at 04:25 PM

Nuts and Heart Disease - Dr. Esselstyn (Part 4 of Nuts)

Dr. Esselstyn was recently asked why he recommends no nuts for people with heart disease. We're also going to hear what vegan diet was followed by an Adventist vegan - Ellsworth Wareham MD - who lived to 104....

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Rich Roll - Finding Your Ultra

February 7, 19 at 04:21 PM

Rich Roll - Finding Your Ultra

Bestselling author of the inspirational memoir - Finding Ultra: Rejecting Middle Age, Becoming One of the World's Fittest Men, and Discovering Myself - Rich Roll tells the story of recovering his health and life - and competing in ultra marathons,...

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You Don't Need Added FAT to Absorb Nutrients (Part 3 of Nuts)

February 7, 19 at 04:19 PM

You Don't Need Added FAT to Absorb Nutrients (Part 3 of Nuts)

Have you ever been told you should eat some fat, like nuts or avocado, when you eat a salad or raw veggies, so that you absorb nutrients better? That's nutrition advice from Kraft Foods Inc. They created this nutrition advice...

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Nuts Studies Are a Hoax (Part 2 of Nuts)

February 7, 19 at 04:04 PM

Nuts Studies Are a Hoax (Part 2 of Nuts)

Have you ever heard that "nuts will make you live longer?" Or that "nuts prevent heart attacks?" Both of these statements - and many other claims about nuts - are based on very weak or non-existent evidence. And they come...

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