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 here at NutritionFacts.org.
Volume 3 covers the peer-reviewed scientific nutrition literature published between spring 2008 and spring 2009.
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.
The effects of artificial colors on impulsivity, inattentiveness, and hyperactivity among young children.
The potential health effects of colorings such as cochineal, a food dye derived from crushed...
Is having a cat or dog associated with a higher or lower risk of developing...
When combined with ascorbic acid in soda, sodium benzoate can form the potent carcinogen benzene.
Fifty different brands of high-fructose corn syrup-containing foods were tested for mercury.
A neurological basis for humanity's love affair with Camellia sinensis?
Bergamot oil contains a phytonutrient that may be beneficial.
Which food was found to improve heart rate variability?
Concerns about spirulina supplements extend to liver toxicity.
Chlorella does not have the toxins that may be present in blue-green algae supplements and...
Should people with diverticulosis avoid nuts, seeds, and popcorn?
A biochemical clue as to why vegetarians tend to be significantly slimmer than the rest...
Vegetarians got a disease named after them.
A landmark study pitted 34 common vegetables against 8 different lines of human cancer cells.
Researchers use laser imaging to determine the proportion of retail chicken contaminated with fecal matter.
There are neurotoxins in certain fish that can survive cooking and cause unusual symptoms.
Eating a can of tuna once a week is equivalent to living with how many...
Much of our fish supply is so polluted that algae-derived sources of long-chain omega-3 fatty...
What the peer-reviewed scientific literature has to say about Juice Plus+® supplements.
A leading stroke expert ruffles a few feathers.
How to essentially eliminate the great scourge of the Western world.
Dr. Dean Ornish turns from reversing heart disease to trying to reverse prostate cancer.