The current batch of videos from volume 13 on NutritionFacts.org are set to run out soon, so starting mid-month and running through September I’ll be rolling out the videos from this new DVD, volume 14. The DVDs give folks the opportunity to sneak-preview videos months ahead of time, watch them all straight through, and share them as gifts. However, there is nothing on the DVDs that won’t eventually end up online free at NutritionFacts.org.
If you’d like the whole (kale-filled) enchilada, I have a special on my complete DVD collection.
Here’s the list of chapters from the new volume 14 DVD — a preview of what’s to come on NutritionFacts.org:
1. Fighting the Blues With Greens? MAO Inhibitors in Plants 2. Kiwifruit for Insomnia 3. Tart Cherries for Insomnia 4. Hot Sauce in the Nose for Cluster Headaches? 5. Cayenne Pepper for Irritable Bowel and Chronic Indigestion 6. Dietary Treatment for Painful Menstrual Periods 7. Is Carrageenan Safe? 8. Safety of Noni and Mangosteen Juice 9. Infant Seizures Linked to Mother's Spirulina Use 10. Keeping Your Hands Warm With Citrus 11. Reducing Muscle Fatigue With Citrus 12. Reducing Muscle Soreness With Berries 13. Preventing Exercise-Induced Oxidative Stress With Watercress 14. Which Seaweed is Most Protective Against Breast Cancer? 15. Survival of the Firmest: Erectile Dysfunction and Death 16. 50 Shades of Greens 17. Pistachio Nuts for Erectile Dysfunction 18. Butter-Flavored Microwave Popcorn or Breathing 19. Treating ADHD Without Stimulants 20. Artificial Food Colors and ADHD 21. Tricks to Get Kids to Eat Healthier at School 22. Tricks to Get Kids to Eat Healthier at Home 23. Tricks to Get Adults to Eat Healthier 24. Changing Our Taste Buds 25. Eating Better to Look Better 26. Poultry Exposure Tied to Liver and Pancreatic Cancer 27. Eating Outside Our Kingdom 28. Starving Cancer With Methionine Restriction 29. Methionine Restriction as a Life Extension Strategy 30. Heart Disease Starts in Childhood
In the last two DVDs I cut the chapter menus so I could pack in more content, but folks missed the ability to navigate around to each individual topic. So although this DVD is only 113 minutes long, the chapter menus are back by popular demand!
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This month join me at the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine’s International Conference on Nutrition and the Brain, where I’ll be speaking alongside two of my medical mentors, Drs. Neal Barnard and John McDougall.
Then this fall I’m excited to also join Drs. Ornish and Esselstyn at Lifestyle Medicine 2013.
The most groundbreaking event, though, is the inaugural North American Plant-Based Nutrition Healthcare Conference. How exciting is that!?
The rest of my speaking schedule can be found here.
I hope everyone had a happy healthy 4th of July!
-Michael Greger, M.D.