New DVD to Help Spring Clean Your Diet

I’m excited to announce that last month the NutritionFacts.org podcast reached #1 on the iTunes health video podcast charts (subscribe here). What perfect timing to announce a new DVD!

The newest volume of my Latest in Clinical Nutrition DVD series launches today. Order on my website or through Amazon (all proceeds go to keeping NutritionFacts.org alive and kicking).

The current batch of videos from volume 12 on NutritionFacts.org are set to run out soon, so starting mid-month and running through July I’ll be rolling out the videos from this new DVD, volume 13. The DVDs give folks the opportunity to sneak-preview videos months ahead of time, watch them all straight through, and share them as gifts. However, there is nothing on the DVDs that won’t eventually end up online free at NutritionFacts.org. If you’re in need of catching up, I’ve packaged the first ten volumes into a 12-disc DVD set.

Here’s the list of chapters from the new volume 13 DVD — a preview of what’s to come on NutritionFacts.org:

  1. Can Cellulite Be Treated with Diet?
  2. Update on Cinnamon for Blood Sugar Control
  3. Don’t Eat Too Much Nutmeg
  4. The Safety of Tarragon
  5. Plant-Based Diets for Breast Pain
  6. Flax Seeds for Breast Pain
  7. Does a Drink of Water Make Children Smarter?
  8. Eating Healthy on a Budget
  9. Breast Cancer and Alcohol: How Much Is Safe?
  10. Which Fruit Fights Cancer Better?
  11. Cranberries vs. Cancer
  12. Strawberries vs. Esophageal Cancer
  13. Black Raspberries vs. Oral Cancer
  14. Boosting Immunity while Reducing Inflammation
  15. Preventing and Treating Diarrhea with Probiotics
  16. Should Probiotics Be Taken Before, During, or After Meals?
  17. Gut Feelings: Probiotics and Mental Health
  18. Lavender for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
  19. Lavender for Migraine Headaches
  20. Bacterial Vaginosis and Diet
  21. Avoiding Chicken to Avoid Bladder Infections
  22. Can Cranberry Juice Treat Bladder Infections?
  23. Childhood Tea Drinking May Increase Fluorosis Risk
  24. Fukushima and Radioactivity in Seafood
  25. Cancer Risk from CT Scan Radiation
  26. Do Dental X-Rays Cause Brain Tumors?
  27. Mediating Radiation Exposure from Air Travel
  28. Reducing Radiation Damage with Ginger and Lemon Balm
  29. Trans Fat in Meat and Dairy
  30. Male Fertility and Diet
  31. Eggs and Cholesterol: Patently False and Misleading Claims
  32. Beans and the Second Meal Effect
  33. Why Might Vegetarians Have Less HPV?
  34. Breast Cancer Risk: Red Wine vs. White Wine
  35. Anti-Angiogenesis: Cutting off Tumor Supply Lines
 

Order the new DVD on my website or through Amazon

The DVDs also function as a fundraiser for the operation of NutritionFacts.org. If you’re just going to wait to watch all the videos here online individually — great! But please consider making a donation. Between end-of-year giving and what I’ve been able to raise so far this year, we have funds sufficient to pay total operating expenses through to mid-August. I’m really hoping to achieve at least a six month buffer, so I can spend less time worrying about fundraising and more time focusing on the research at hand. To make your contribution to NutritionFacts.org Inc. (the 501(c)3 nonprofit charity set up to support the site) you can use a credit card, use a direct Paypal link, or send a check to “NutritionFacts.org” P.O. Box 11400 Takoma Park, MD 20913.

Hundreds of thousands of people like you benefit every month from the free nutrition education they can get every day at NutritionFacts.org. Have you seen some of the testimonials I’ve been posting on the NutritionFacts.org Facebook page? Read Devin’s story and David’s story. I hope you’ll consider chipping in. On the donate page you have the option to sign up for monthly donations, which really help us budget for the future. Anyone signing up to make at least a $10 monthly donation will receive complimentary sneak preview copies of my next two DVDs before they’re released to the public.

Another way you can help is by volunteering. If you have a Mac, access to the software “Keynote,” and could regularly offer at least five hours a week I could use help with creating the presentations upon which all the videos are based. Since the inception of the site, I’ve done all the research and created all the content, but would really like to be able to concentrate more on the research side than the production side. Email me at mhg1@cornell.edu

In the last week I’ve given seven talks in six cities, and have another few dozen presentations scheduled throughout the year. Check out my ever-evolving speaking tour schedule at DrGreger.org/dates.html and bring a friend!

-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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