Can you believe people actually avoid fruit in an attempt to lose weight? There has never been a single credible study showing that fruit consumption
Almost 10 percent of Americans have diabetes and that number is growing. Unfortunately, the myths surrounding diabetes are as widespread as the disorder itself. Here
I have been asked by several people to comment on the recent study from Tulane that was featured prominently in the New York Times purporting
The federal government’s newest Dietary Guidelines were just published today. Revised every five years as new research in nutrition and diet unfolds, its purpose is
The pattern of provocations, proclamations, and click-bait innuendo related to saturated fat is fairly clear to anyone who reads past the headlines. It’s entirely clear
Calcium supplements are thought to be good for the bones, but a new study warns they might be bad for the heart. A report released
https://youtu.be/7dtTo6qm4OY A guideline is suggested for how to read food labels for packaged grain products such as bread and breakfast cereals
Vegans are regularly advised to mind their levels of vitamin B12, but vegetarians and even meat eaters often come up short on this important nutrient,
Your blood cholesterol levels have a profound impact on your risk of cardiovascular disease, so it’s important to understand the facts about how cholesterol works.
Last year, Dr. Steven Gundry released The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers in Healthy Foods That Cause Disease and Weight Gain, which claimed that lectins,
Dr. Michael Greger answers the question that vegans and vegetarians hear all the time. He breaks down how much protein we need versus how much
The USDA’s recent proposal to eliminate dietary cholesterol guidelines has positive and negative repercussions. It also reminds us why government nutritional recommendations are not reliable.
Chris Voigt is the executive director of the Washington State Potato Commission. In an effort to educate the public about the nutritional value of potatoes,
Researchers of a new study published in the BMJ concluded there was no association between eating more saturated fat – the kind found in red
Worries over vitamin D, once known as “the sunshine vitamin,” have turned hundreds of millions of people into patients with worse, not better, health. The
Banishing butter and margarine from your diet does wonders for your arteries, but it also begs the question, “What will I put on my toast?”