Vol. 11 Nutrition DVD Now Available

The current batch of videos from volume 10 are about to run out, so starting next week and running into 2013 I’ll be rolling out the videos off my new Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD, volume 11. 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 online free at NutritionFacts.org.

The Latest in Clinical Nutrition volume 11 DVD is available now (and also available on Amazon). If you’re in need of catching up, I’ve packaged the first ten volumes into a 12-disc DVD set (also on Amazon).

Here’s the list of chapters from the new volume 11 DVD — a preview of what’s to come here on NutritionFacts.org:

  1. Saffron for the Treatment of PMS
  2. Wake Up and Smell the Saffron
  3. Saffron vs. Prozac
  4. CDC Report on Environmental Chemical Exposure
  5. President’s Cancer Panel Report on Environmental Risk
  6. Pesticides in Chinese Bamboo Shoots
  7. BPA Plastic and Male Sexual Dysfunction
  8. Pollutants in Californian Breast Tissue
  9. Food Sources of Flame Retardant Chemicals
  10. DDT in Umbilical Cord Blood
  11. How Fast Can We Detoxify from PCBs?
  12. Food Sources of Perfluorochemicals
  13. Plants vs. Pesticides
  14. The Best Baby Formula
  15. The Wrong Way to Detox
  16. Lowering Dietary Antibiotic Intake
  17. More Antibiotics in White Meat or Dark Meat?
  18. Protein and Heart Disease
  19. Ergothioneine: A New Vitamin?
  20. Changing Protein Recommendations?
  21. Plant-Based Bioidentical Hormones
  22. Gerson Therapy for Cancer
  23. Gerson Therapy vs. Chemotherapy
  24. Beauty Is More than Skin Deep
  25. Preventing Wrinkles with Diet
  26. Standing Up for Your Health
  27. Benefits of Fenugreek Seeds
  28. ­­Side-Effect of Fenugreek Consumption
  29. Sprouting Boosts Antioxidant Content
  30. Meat Mythcrushers
  31. Aspartame-Induced Fibromyalgia
  32. Diet Soda and Preterm Birth
  33. Erythritol May Be a Sweet Antioxidant
  34. How Diet Soda Could Make Us Gain Weight
  35. Neurobiology of Artificial Sweeteners
  36. Unsweetening the Diet
  37. Cancer as an Autoimmune Disease
  38. Clonal Selection Theory of Immunity
  39. Clonal Deletion Theory of Immunity
  40. The Inflammatory Meat Molecule Neu5Gc
  41. How Tumors Use Meat to Grow: Xeno-Autoantibodies
  42. Nonhuman Molecules Lining Our Arteries
  43. Meat May Exceed Daily Allowance of Irony
  44. 98% of American Diets Potassium Deficient
  45. Preventing Strokes with Diet
  46. Potassium and Autoimmune Disease
  47. Metabolic Syndrome and Plant-Based Diets
  48. Whole Grains May Work as Well as Drugs
  49. Breast Cancer vs. Mushrooms
  50. Why Do Asian Women Have Less Breast Cancer?
  51. Preventing Breast Cancer by any Greens Necessary
  52. Tree Nuts or Peanuts for Breast Cancer Prevention?
  53. Miocene Meteorites and Uric Acid
  54. Flesh and Fructose
  55. Apple Juice May Be Worse than Sugar Water
  56. Apple Skin: Peeling Back Cancer

If you haven’t already, you can subscribe for free to my videos at bit.ly/nutritionupdates and watch my 2012 presentation “Uprooting the Leading Causes of Death,” in which I explore the role diet can play in preventing, treating, and even reversing our top 15 killers, at: bit.ly/uprootingdeath

-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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  1. Hi, Dr. Greger. I am a loyal follower of your videos and blog, and really appreciate your work. I have a question about CoEnzyme Q10 (“CoQ10”) that I hope you can answer. I am a 45 year old woman with MS and have been eating a high quality vegan diet for last three years but really struggling with MS related fatigue in the last six months. My neurologist suggested I try CoEnzyme Q10 supplements twice a day. What do you know about CoQ10? Thanks!

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