The “volumes” refer to a series of DVDs upon which NutritionFacts.org is based (all proceeds donated to charity). 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 here at NutritionFacts.org.

Volume 2 covers the peer-reviewed scientific nutrition literature published between spring 2007 and spring 2008.

Note that the video snippets from volumes 1-4 were ripped from pre-existing DVDs before NutritionFacts.org existed, and so were created without the web experience in mind (so are not only lower production quality but often have abrupt beginning/ends). Sorry about that! One of these days I’d like to redo all these old ones but alas am lucky to just keep my head above water (posting new videos and articles every day!) If you’d like to donate to support this work, please click here.

Is MSG Bad For You?

What the peer-reviewed scientific literature has to say about MSG.

Broccoli Sprouts

Broccoli sprouts are likely safer and more nutritious than alfalfa sprouts.

Is One Egg a Day Too Much?

The Harvard Physicians' Health Study suggests that those eating an egg a day live shorter...

Is Coffee Bad For You?

The cholesterol-raising compounds of coffee are removed by a plain paper filter.

Coffee vs. Tea

White tea may be the healthiest beverage to drink.

Soy & Breast Cancer

Should women with estrogen-receptor positive breast cancer avoid soy foods?

Dairy & Acne

A dairy-free diet may improve acne vulgaris.

Algae-Based DHA vs. Flax

Everyone should consider taking plant-based (yeast- or algae-derived) long chain omega-3 fatty acid (DHA/EPA) supplements.

Preventing Arthritis

Even flexitarians might be at increased risk for developing arthritis.

Acrylamide in French Fries

Human studies on whether acrylamide in baked and fried carbohydrates may be carcinogenic.

Healthy Pumpkin Pie

Recipe for incorporating antioxidant-packed spices into one's diet.

Fruit Juice Fail

Up to 90% of the nutritional value is lost when we choose fruit juice rather...

The Healthiest Raisin

Golden raisins versus sun-dried versus currants for antioxidant content.

The Best Bean

Which legume has the highest antioxidant content?

Tofu vs. Tempeh

Which is healthier: edamame, tofu, or tempeh?

The Best Mushroom

Which type of mushroom has the highest antioxidant content?

The Best Apple

Which type of apple has the highest antioxidant content?

The Best Nut

Which type of nut has the highest antioxidant content?

Raw vs. Cooked Broccoli

Which results in greater phytonutrient absorption: raw broccoli, steamed, boiled, or microwaved?

Cancer-Fighting Berries

Do organic strawberries block human cancer cell growth in a petri dish more than conventional...

Repairing DNA Damage

Greater DNA repair capacity may explain why those eating plant-based diets appear to have fewer...

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