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Dr Greger Reveals Surprising Fact About Beyond Meat & Impossible Burgers!

The Beyond Meat burger is the world’s first plant-based burger that is said to look, cook, and satisfy like beef. Its main ingredients are pea protein isolate, canola and coconut oil and one 113-gram Beyond Meat patty has 250 calories, 18 grams of fat, 390 milligrams of sodium and 20 grams of protein. The impossible…

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The Recommended Daily Added Sugar Intake

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Should We Stop Taking Vitamin B12 Supplements? Dr Greger

Jeff Nelson and vegsource have recently released another fantastic video in which Jeff discusses the potential dangers of having high B12 blood levels. I highly recommend watching the video in full, linked below. And it’s on the basis of that information shared in the video that I have changed my own Vitamin B12 supplement schedule….

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How Circadian Rhythms Affect Blood Sugar Levels

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Sugar Industry Attempts to Manipulate the Science

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Miraculous New Plant Based Diet Discovery! Dr Michael Greger

We’ve known since 1990 that you can reverse heart disease with a plant based diet and other lifestyle changes. Coronary heart disease is where there is a narrowing or blockage of the coronary arteries the blood vessels that carry blood and oxygen to the heart. It’s usually caused by atherosclerosis, a build-up of fatty material…

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Are White Potatoes Unhealthy? Dr Michael Greger

The potato is now the most consumed vegetable in the United States. White potatoes contain essential nutrients, vitamins and are a good source of fiber. One medium russet potato for example provides 37% of your recommended daily intake of vitamin C, 31% of Vitamin B6, 27% of potassium and 20% manganese to name just a…

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Does Sugar Lead to Weight Gain?

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Dr. Greger in the Kitchen: My New Favorite Dessert

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The Saturated Fat Studies: Buttering Up the Public

“The Saturated Fat Studies: Buttering Up the Public” Time magazine’s recent cover exhorting people to eat butter could be viewed as a desperate attempt to revive dwindling print sales, but they claimed to be reporting on real science: this systematic review and meta-analysis published in a prestigious journal that concluded that current evidence does not…

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