The “volumes” refer to a series of DVDs (now digital only) 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 at NutritionFacts.org.
Volume 1 covers the peer-reviewed scientific nutrition literature published between spring 2006 and spring 2007.
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.
Researchers discovered a dietary intervention that may slow the progression of cancer.
Ground flax seed consumption may decrease breast cancer risk by slowing one's menstrual cycle. It...
The risks associated with these supplements may outweigh the benefits.
Fecal bacteria may contaminate alfalfa seed sprouts and present a food safety risk.
The proportion of sushi that exceeds the national food standards guidelines for fecal bacteria levels.
Researchers measure the impact of eating organic on the levels of pesticides in our children.
In trying to reach your nine daily servings of fruits and vegetables, which ones don't...
Some nutrients are destroyed by cooking, but some nutrients become more absorbable.
Medical education continues to underemphasize clinical nutrition.
What the peer-reviewed scientific literature has to say about Herbalife® supplements.
Drinking five cups of green tea every day may extend one's lifespan.
Those eating plant-based diets must ensure a reliable source of vitamin B12 via supplements or...
The mental age of children eating plant-based diets appears to exceed their peers.