The newest volume of my Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD series is now out. Order on my website or through Amazon (all proceeds go to the 501c3 nonprofit charity that keeps NutritionFacts.org up and running). It can also now be ordered as a video download.
The last batch of videos from volume 15 just ran out, so running through February I’ll be rolling out the videos from this new DVD, volume 16. The DVDs give folks the opportunity to sneak-preview videos months ahead of time, watch them all straight through, and share them as gifts, but there is nothing on the DVDs that won’t eventually end up free online at NutritionFacts.org. If you’d like the works–more than 30 hours of video–I have a special on my complete DVD collection (also via download).
Here’s the list of chapters from the new volume 16 DVD — a preview of what’s to come over the next few months on NutritionFacts.org:
• Is Caramel Color Carcinogenic? • Autopsy of Chicken Nuggets • Phytates for the Prevention of Osteoporosis • Eggs and Diabetes • Minimum Recommended Daily Allowance of Antioxidants • How to Reach the Antioxidant RDA • Antioxidant Rich Foods With Every Meal • Arteries of Vegans vs. Runners • Vitamin B12 Necessary for Arterial Health • Boosting Natural Killer Cell Activity • How Long to Detox From Fish Before Pregnancy? • Greens vs. Glaucoma • Dietary Prevention of Age-Related Macular Degeneration • Dietary Treatment of Glaucoma • Dietary Treatments for Computer Eye Strain • Bacon, Eggs, and Gestational Diabetes During Pregnancy • Superbugs in Conventional vs. Organic Chicken • Which Spices Fight Inflammation? • Spicing Up DNA Protection • Turmeric Curcumin and Rheumatoid Arthritis • Turmeric Curcumin and Osteoarthritis • Boosting the Bioavailability of Curcumin • Who Shouldn't Consume Curcumin or Turmeric • Prostate Cancer and Organic Milk vs. Almond Milk • Dr. Burkitt's F-Word Diet • Convincing Doctors to Embrace Lifestyle Medicine
All of My DVDs Now Available for Digital Download
The download of my last DVD was so popular that I decided to make them all available as downloadable videos. They’re cheaper, you don’t have to wait for them to be shipped, and you can watch them on the go.
You can watch the new one right now for $20, or get the entire 16 volume collection–32 hours worth!–for only $160 at DrGreger.org/downloads (new design thanks to our resident web genius Christi Richards).
All the proceeds from DVD, download, and book sales go to the 501c3 nonprofit charity that keeps NutritionFacts.org alive and kicking.
Please Consider NutritionFacts.org in Your Year-End Giving
If you were a regular supporter, you’d be watching the new DVD right now! Anyone signing up on the donation page to become a $15 monthly contributor will receive the next three DVDs for free (as physical DVDs, downloads, or both–your choice), and anyone signing up as a $25 monthly contributor will get a whole year’s worth of new DVDs. Monthly supporters already got their new volume 16 DVD weeks ago.
But the best part of donating to support this work is helping to spread this life-saving information. I’ve been speaking at medical conferences a lot lately and have been touched by how many physicians are using my work in their offices. There are doctors that are playing my DVDs on a loop in their waiting rooms. Others have my short videos downloaded on their iPad and play them for patients during visits–showing them a tablet instead of giving them tablets! :)
NutritionFacts.org is a free resource for medical students, health professionals, and everybody else. In the last year alone, NutritionFacts.org pages have been viewed more than 10 million times by people around the world, all for free. And with your support, the sky’s the limit.
Please join the hundreds of viewers like you who have already stepped up to help out. To make a contribution to NutritionFacts.org you can use a credit card, use a direct Paypal link, or send a check to “NutritionFacts.org” c/o Michael Greger, 700 Professional Dr., Gaithersburg, MD 20879.
I hope everyone is having a healthy happy holiday season!
-Michael Greger, M.D.