Latest in Nutrition vol. 8 DVD now available (proceeds to charity)

The current batch of videos from volume 7 are set to run out soon, and so starting next week, and running through May here on NutritionFacts.org, I’ll be rolling out the videos off my new Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD, volume 8. The DVDs give folks the opportunity to sneak preview videos months ahead of time, watch them all straight through, and share as gifts, but there’s nothing on the DVDs that won’t eventually end up here for free at NutritionFacts.org.

The Latest in Clinical Nutrition volume 8 DVD is available for purchase now or through Amazon.

Here’s the list of chapters off the new DVD, a preview of what’s to come on NutritionFacts.org:

  1. Is there anything kale can’t do?
  2. Smoking versus kale
  3. Smoking versus broccoli
  4. From stem to stern
  5. From broccoli to breast
  6. Liver toxicity due to broccoli juice?
  7. How much broccoli is too much?
  8. The best detox
  9. Sometimes the enzyme myth is true
  10. Have broccoli, won’t travel
  11. Biggest nutrition bang for the buck
  12. The dangers of broccoli?
  13. Raw broccoli and bladder cancer survival
  14. Breast cancer survival, butterfat, and chicken
  15. Breast cancer survival and trans fat
  16. Breast cancer survival and lignan intake
  17. Flax and fecal flora
  18. Breast cancer survival and soy
  19. Coffee and cancer
  20. What about the caffeine?
  21. Vegetarians versus healthy omnivores
  22. EPIC findings on lymphoma
  23. Dioxins, viruses, or antibiotics?
  24. Poultry and penis cancer
  25. Carcinogenic retrovirus found in eggs
  26. Poultry exposure and neurological disease
  27. Poultry and paralysis
  28. Cross-contamination risks
  29. Meat-borne infection risk from shopping carts
  30. A treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome
  31. Cholesterol and female sexual dysfunction
  32. Cholesterol and lower back pain
  33. Watermelon as treatment for erectile dysfunction
  34. The safer cinnamon
  35. Raw veggies versus cooked for heart disease
  36. The fruit whose juice is healthier
  37. Preventing COPD with diet
  38. Treating COPD with diet
  39. Eating healthy on the cheap
  40. When meat can be a lifesaver
  41. Creatine brain fuel supplementation
  42. Cheese mites and maggots
  43. Cow’s milk-induced infant apnea
  44. Cow’s milk casomorphin and crib death
  45. Cow’s milk casomorphin and autism
  46. National Dairy Council on acne and milk
  47. Skim milk and acne
  48. The acne-promoting effects of milk
  49. Apples and oranges: dietary diversity
  50. Garden variety anti-inflammation
  51. Preventing macular degeneration with diet
  52. How to see 27 miles farther
  53. Preventing cataracts with diet

Getting to be a good time to start Spring cleaning our diets!
-Michael Greger, M.D.

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Michael Greger M.D., FACLM

Michael Greger, M.D. FACLM, is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized professional speaker on a number of important public health issues. Dr. Greger has lectured at the Conference on World Affairs, the National Institutes of Health, and the International Bird Flu Summit, testified before Congress, appeared on The Dr. Oz Show and The Colbert Report, and was invited as an expert witness in defense of Oprah Winfrey at the infamous "meat defamation" trial.


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