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  • Tart Cherries for Insomnia
    Tart Cherries for Insomnia
    The melatonin content in certain plant foods such as almonds, raspberries and goji berries may explain the improvement in sleep quality associated with tart cherry consumption.
  • More Than an Apple a Day: Combating Common Diseases
    More Than an Apple a Day: Combating Common Diseases
    Dr. Greger has scoured the world's scholarly literature on clinical nutrition and developed this brand-new live presentation on the latest in cutting-edge research on how a healthy diet can affect...
  • Cranberries versus Cancer
    Cranberries versus Cancer
    Drug companies and supplement manufacturers have yet to isolate the components of cranberries that suppress cancer cell growth.
  • Do Fruit & Nut Bars Cause Weight Gain?
    Do Fruit & Nut Bars Cause Weight Gain?
    Despite the caloric density of both nuts and dried fruit, they do not appear to lead to the expected weight gain.
  • Prunes vs. Metamucil vs. Vegan Diet
    Prunes vs. Metamucil vs. Vegan Diet
    The average number of bowel movements a week is compared between those eating prunes, those taking a fiber supplement, and those eating a strictly plant-based diet.
  • Dried Apples, Dates, Figs or Prunes for Cholesterol?
    Dried Apples, Dates, Figs or Prunes for Cholesterol?
    A comparison of the cholesterol-lowering potential of four dried fruit—apples, dates, figs, and plums.
  • Herbal Tea Update: Rooibos & Nettle
    Herbal Tea Update: Rooibos & Nettle
    Rooibos (red) tea may reduce stress levels by suppressing adrenal gland function. Nettle tea is mineral rich but may have estrogenic side effects.
  • Apple Skin: Peeling Back Cancer
    Apple Skin: Peeling Back Cancer
    Apple peels appear to upregulate the tumor suppressor gene maspin and have strong antiproliferative effects on breast and prostate cancer cell growth in vitro.
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