I’m frequently asked for summaries on many different topics of interest. Your wish is my command. We have topic pages on more than a thousand subjects! Each provides links to many of its related videos and may include a brief summary of the information.
Allow me to highlight some of these pages, starting with one of our most requested topics: organic food. Is it safer and more nutritious? You can learn everything you need to know about organic food on its topic page, which has information on key takeaways and all related videos.
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New Volume Covers Cultivated Meat, IBD, and Thyroid Function
My new DVD is out today and available as a streaming video so you can start watching it immediately. You can see the full list of topics here. Eventually, all of these videos will be available online for free over the next few months. If you don’t want to wait for them to roll out, though, you can stream them all right now.
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Upcoming Webinar on Thyroid Function
One of the most common questions I’m asked is for a natural treatment for Hashimoto’s disease, also known as autoimmune thyroiditis, the leading cause of hypothyroidism. I’m excited to say I found one!
In my upcoming webinar, I will cover the best diet for both hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, as well as the healthiest natural source of iodine. All of these videos will eventually be available on NutritionFacts.org over the course of the next year, but you can see them all and get your questions answered by joining me for an hour-long live event on March 5.
Make a donation of any amount using this form, and we will send you a link to register for the webinar as a donor reward. Our payment processor requires a minimum donation of $5.
Webinar Date & Time: Friday, March 5, 3-4pm ET
(Please note: Registration closes March 3, so don’t delay!)
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Podcast Available on YouTube
My audio podcast, which comes out every Thursday, is available on most podcast apps, and I’m excited to share that it’s also now on YouTube! Putting the podcast on YouTube not only expands the listening options, but it also gives us the ability to caption them, which we’ve done in both English and Spanish. You can find them on NutritionFacts.org’s YouTube channel.
Can the aroma of wood essential oils replicate the immune-boosting effects of walking in a forest?
What happens when you compare the trans fat, saturated fat, sodium, and cholesterol levels in plant-based burgers versus animal-based burgers?
What are the different impacts of plant protein versus animal protein, and do the benefits of plant proteins translate to plant protein isolates?
Volunteer Spotlight: George Jacobs
I get a lot of satisfaction from being a part of the ever-more-mighty NutritionFacts.org team. I do proofreading, which lets me read the latest from the greatest in advance. I enjoy the challenge of trying to live up to the NF team’s high standards. Steven Litrov, the NF volunteer coordinator, is so efficient and so pleasant to interact with. I always look forward to his next assignment. I also promote the NF team’s work as part of the activism I do, and I’m proud to tell people about my small role in that work.
My favorite food is the No Bread – Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich. Peel a very ripe banana. Cut it in half length-wise. Spread no-salt, no-sugar, no-added oil peanut butter on one half. Reunite the halves and enjoy! Here’s a video of the process that I made for a European Union project that teaches language and cuisine.
Next Live Q&A on February 25
Michael Greger, M.D.
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