Sedentary women who start walking briskly on a treadmill for 45 minutes a day for a few months may cut their risk of upper respiratory […]
Why are millions of dollars spent on shark cartilage supplements?
The World Health Organization concluded that cell phone radiation may cause brain tumors, but what about effects on cognitive function?
A long-time editor of a prestigious medical journal started his editorial on physicians’ conflicts of interest by describing a fantasy: “Doctors treat patients using simply […]
How much cannabis is too much for those who start smoking as adults?
In my video Industry Response to Plants Not Pills, I discuss a famous study that started so many down the wrong track. Thousands of men […]
Is the American Academy of Pediatrics’ opposition to cannabis legalization just reefer madness revisited?
The nutritional benefits of guacamole extend beyond just the nutrients avocados themselves contain.
My Why Is Meat a Risk Factor for Diabetes? video shows how meat may play a role in increasing the risk of diabetes, and How […]
Is testing for body burden of heavy metals like mercury with “urine mobilization tests,” “challenge tests,” “provoked urine tests” just a scam?
Though colonoscopies can cause serious harm in about 1 in every 350 cases, sigmoidoscopies, procedures that use shorter and smaller scopes, have ten times fewer […]
What evidence is there that our meat-sweet diets play a cause-and-effect role in dementia?
What would happen if you effectively randomized people at birth to drink more or less alcohol their whole lives? Would they get more or less heart disease?
Peppermint was not “officially” discovered until 1696, but we’ve probably been using it for thousands of years. After-dinner mints are used to reduce the “gastrocolic […]
I highly recommend taking a look at Dr. Greger’s two videos on colonoscopies. The videos are very short. The videos reference the source studies, which you can see by clicking the ‘Sources Cited’ buttons to the right of the video if you are interested.
I recommend you take a look at this article which explains how the Dietary Guidelines Committee got to their initial conclusion (which was later reversed). Very important details. As they say, the devil is in the details.