The original randomized, controlled trials of gluten- and casein-free diets may have been complicated by parental expectation bias.
Drinking sugar water is bad for you, as I explored in If Fructose Is Bad, What About Fruit?. If you have people fast and then […]
The results of the first randomized, controlled study of a dietary intervention for ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).
The casomorphins in bovine milk appear to have opposite effects than that from human breast milk on infant development, but what about A2 cow’s milk?
Fruits and vegetables are the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet, and dark green leafy vegetables lead the pack. Each of the top five so-called […]
Casomorphins—breakdown products of the milk protein casein with opiate-like activity—may help explain why autism symptoms sometimes improve with a dairy-free diet.
Unhealthy lifestyle behaviors associated with an increased risk of premature death include smoking, excessive alcohol drinking, and not eating enough greens. The best way to get your greens is in whichever […]
Dr. Greger blends up a vegetable smoothie inspired by a recipe in his upcoming How Not to Die Cookbook.
Most hunters may not be aware about the health risks related to consuming meat from animals shot with lead ammunition.
Colon cancer risk in Westernized populations may be reduced by decreasing animal product intake and thereby decreasing “aggressive” factors as animal protein and fat. I’ve […]
Just a dusting of nutritional yeast worth of beta-glucan fiber a day is put to the test in a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial for the prevention of common childhood illnesses.
Colon cancer is a leading cancer killer, yet there’s a paradox in Africa: Africans rarely get the disease, even in modern times when they are […]
The spice saffron is pitted head-to-head against the leading drug for severe Alzheimer’s disease.
What happened when cancer patients were given three-quarters of a cup of canned tomato sauce every day for three weeks?
Let’s Get Cooking The How Not to Die Cookbook is now ready for pre-order! It is so beautifully designed it looks like it belongs more on […]
High doses of lycopene—the red pigment in tomatoes—were put to the test to see if it could prevent precancerous prostate lesions from turning into full-blown cancer.