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Cancer-Proofing Your Body

Cancer-Proofing Your Body

Lifestyle medicine pioneer Nathan Pritikin was an unlikely candidate to spark a nutrition revolution. He wasn’t a doctor or dietician but...

January 31, 2013 with 12 Comments
Plant-Based Workplace Intervention

Plant-Based Workplace Intervention

A billion people in the world are now overweight. That’s great news for the $13 billion weight loss supplement industry, but as I...

January 29, 2013 with 13 Comments
Biblical Daniel Fast Tested

Biblical Daniel Fast Tested

Researchers recently set out to replicate the “Daniel Fast,” the biblical nutrition trial outlined in Daniel 1:8-16. In my last blog...

January 24, 2013 with 5 Comments
Poultry Paunch: Meat & Weight Gain

Poultry Paunch: Meat & Weight Gain

Meat is considered fattening due to its caloric density and fat content, but nuts are also packed with calories and fat. As I noted in a...

January 22, 2013 with 7 Comments
Diet vs. Exercise: What’s More Important?

Diet vs. Exercise: What’s More Important?

When trying to lose weight, which is most important: diet or exercise? The vast majority of those surveyed believe that both monitoring...

January 17, 2013 with 12 Comments
The Ice Diet

The Ice Diet

Other than fiber, what else do plants make that animals don’t that could help account for how dramatically slimmer those who eat...

January 15, 2013 with 8 Comments
Boosting Gut Flora Without Probiotics

Boosting Gut Flora Without Probiotics

Obesity is so rare among those eating plant-based diets (see my video Thousands of Vegans Studied), nutrition researchers have been...

January 10, 2013 with 11 Comments
New DVD to Help Resolute Your Resolutions

New DVD to Help Resolute Your Resolutions

The current batch of videos from volume 11 on are set to run out soon here on NutritionFacts.org, so starting mid-month and running through...

January 7, 2013 with 13 Comments
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