Last Few Days to Support My Work at NutritionFacts.org
Thanks to your generosity, we have hit our goal! Without your support, I wouldn’t be able to spend my days digging into all of the best research and deliver it straight to you. NutritionFacts.org gets royalties from my books, but the number one funding stream that keeps us thriving is individual contributions from people like you. A huge thank you/gracias/cheers/xièxiè/dankie/merci from all our staff scattered across the globe in six countries.
Thanks to the collective enthusiasm for sharing NutritionFacts.org by our 3 million subscribers and followers, we averaged 3.5 million page and almost 2 million video views per month this year. But it’s not about the numbers; it’s about the people whose lives we’ve touched, changed, or even saved. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who has made this public service possible.
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Download the Free Evidence-Based Eating Guide
As you get ready for 2021 and healthy resolutions, remember we have a free downloadable guide that summarizes my Traffic Light and Daily Dozen systems, as well as tips and simple recipes. Get your free download here, or order hard copies here at cost.
How to Reverse Heart Failure with Diet
Can you reverse heart disease with food? An entire issue of a cardiology journal dedicated to plant-based nutrition explores the role an evidence-based diet can play in the reversal of congestive heart failure.
Flashback Friday: Chocolate and Stroke Risk
Dark chocolate is pitted against milk chocolate in a test of artery function.
Do Vitamin B12 Supplements Cause Bone Fractures and Lung Cancer?
The connection between B12, bone health and cancer. What do randomized controlled trials of high-dose daily vitamin B12 supplementation show about the effects on cancer risk, death, and longevity?
Michael Greger, M.D.
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