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Michael Greger, M.D. blogs at "The goal of this website is to present you with the results of the latest in nutrition and health research, presented in a way that is easy to understand."

@nutrition_facts's Latest Tweets

  • The yellow pigment curcumin found in turmeric may help prevent colon cancer. See my latest @Care2 blog post: 18 min 2 sec ago
  • Does just reducing meat consumption lead to a longer lifespan? 4 hrs 35 min ago
  • Excited to announce a new speaking event at Cornell next Monday! Free and open to the public. 7pm Rockefeller Hall, room 115. See you there! 1 days 2 hrs ago
  • Are the purported benefits of fish oil for the prevention and treatment of heart disease just a 'fish tale'? 1 days 3 hrs ago
  • Intake vs. absorption of plant sources of cadmium compared to animal sources. See my latest @Care2 blog post: 2 days 2 hrs ago
  • What are the 'active ingredients' in the Mediterranean Diet? 2 days 4 hrs ago
  • We're so excited to introduce our new Nutrition Director, Joseph Gonzales, RD. 3 days 5 hrs ago
  • What did the largest ever randomized trial of the Mediterranean diet find? 3 days 6 hrs ago
  • How to cut stroke risk nearly in half 4 days 3 hrs ago
  • The Lyon Diet Heart Study versus Dr. Esselstyn's heart disease reversal data 6 days 6 hrs ago
  • Watermelon can relieve muscle soreness post-workout. Click here to see my latest @Care2 blog post: 7 days 2 hrs ago
  • Which works better: a Mediterranean diet or a whole food plant-based diet? 7 days 4 hrs ago
  • Multivitamins may be a waste of money or worse - a distraction from much needed healthy lifestyle changes. 8 days 4 hrs ago
  • Help two birds with one stone-fruit: cherries! Cherries lower the risk of gout attacks & other health benefits @Care2 9 days 1 hrs ago
  • Italian restaurants serve a travesty of the true Mediterranean diet 9 days 3 hrs ago
  • What if doctors were to put a face to public health and conveyed their knowledge of lifestyle medicine to patients? 10 days 5 hrs ago
  • Why in the purple cabbage test we want blue pee, but pink poo 11 days 6 hrs ago
  • The rotten egg gas hydrogen sulfide may explain the link between animal protein and ulcerative colitis 13 days 5 hrs ago
  • Cherries appear to work effectively as an anti-inflammatory drug without hurting our stomach lining @Care2 14 days 0 hrs ago
  • Preventing inflammatory bowel disease with diet 14 days 2 hrs ago
  • Many of the most common and deadliest diseases in modern Western cultures may be linked to lack of fiber-rich foods. 15 days 3 hrs ago
  • Rather than 'Where do you get your protein?' perhaps it should it be 'Where do you get your fiber?' @Care2 16 days 1 hrs ago
  • What is the optimal cholesterol level? 16 days 4 hrs ago
  • Organic milk's exacerbation of prostate cancer cells growth in a petri dish likely due to sex steroid hormones. 17 days 4 hrs ago
  • Sirtuin enzyme activity may play a role in Alzheimer's disease 17 days 5 hrs ago
  • Center for Science in the Public Interest has new job opening for Nutrition Policy Associate: 18 days 2 hrs ago
  • Reducing glycotoxin intake may reduce age-related brain volume loss 18 days 5 hrs ago
  • Survival of the fittest: Physical activity appears to prevent several chronic diseases and increase longevity @Care2 21 days 2 hrs ago
  • The cilantro gene: why some people love it and others hate it 21 days 5 hrs ago
  • Re: new dietary guidelines, sat. fat and dietary cholesterol conspire together to increase the risk of our #1 killer 22 days 1 hrs ago

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