The Latest in Nutrition Research
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The industry’s response to the charge that breakfast cereals are too sugary.
What are the pros and cons of alpha hydroxy acid lotions and chemical peels, as well as the roles of topical antioxidants vitamin E and C, in reversing the signs of aging?
Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3 also known as nicotinamide, is a precursor to two potent antioxidants that can help reverse signs of skin aging.
Is the link between breakfast skipping and obesity cause-and-effect? Breakthroughs in the field of chronobiology—the study of our circadian rhythms—help solve the mystery of the missing morning calories in breakfast studies.
Tretinoin, also known as all-trans retinoic acid (sold under a variety of brands including Retin-A), can reverse the signs of aging, but at what cost?
Most anti-aging creams may work no better than typical moisturizers.
What are the best green-light (whole food plant-based) sources of vitamin B12?
In this live lecture, Dr. Greger offers a sneak peek into his latest book, How Not to Age.
Soy can be considered a first-line treatment for menopausal hot flash and night sweat symptoms.
A review of reviews on the health effects of animal foods versus plant foods.
Why do 85 percent of menopausal women suffer hot flashes in some countries but only 15 percent in others?
Why did the makers of Prevagen settle a class action lawsuit in 2020 with the FTC over deceptive business practices and false advertising? Is Prevagen safe?
How many fewer calories do you have to eat every day to lose one pound of body fat?
What are the pros and cons of voluntarily stopping eating and drinking to end your life?
Even under hospice with excellent palliative care, some spend their last months in uncontrollable suffering. What can be done in places in the United States that outlaw physician-assisted dying?
Fasting, followed by a plant-based diet, is put to the test for autoimmune inflammatory joint disease and autoimmune diseases such as lupus, ankylosing spondylitis, chronic urticaria, mixed connective-tissue disease, glomerulonephritis, and multiple sclerosis, as well as osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia.
Hospice is often framed as “giving up,” but, ironically, hospice patients sometimes actually live longer
Some animals, like the immortal jellyfish, can effectively live forever, so why can’t we?
A review of reviews on the health effects of tea, coffee, milk, wine, and soda
I cover natural topical treatments for hair growth, including pumpkin seed oil, caffeine, green tea, pyrithione zinc, ginger, Chinese knotweed, and rosemary.