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In this periodic DVD series, Michael Greger, M.D., reviews the
latest in cutting-edge research published in peer-reviewed
scientific nutrition journals and offers practical advice on how
best to feed ourselves and our families to prevent, treat, and even
reverse chronic disease. Learn how a humane diet is also the
healthiest! A founding member of the American College of Lifestyle
Medicine, Michael Greger, M.D., participated in teaching Emeritus
Professor Colin Campbell's prestigious nutrition course at Cornell
University and now serves as director of public health and animal
agriculture at The Humane Society of the United States. Format: DVD
Length: 2 hours Availability: December 19, 2011 Price: $16.95
(discounted from SRP $20.00) 1. Abdominal aortic aneurysms: ticking
time balloons 2. How to help prevent abdominal aortic aneurisms 3.
Glycotoxins 4. Avoiding a sugary grave 5. Preventing childhood
allergies 6. Preventing adulthood allergies 7. Say no to drugs by
saying yes to plants 8. Throw household products off the scent 9.
Carcinogenic putrescine 10. Better than green tea 11. Best berries
12. Dried apples versus cholesterol 13. Better than goji berries
14. Amla versus cancer cell growth 15. Amla versus cancer cell
invasion 16. Power plants 17. Amla versus diabetes 18. Antioxidants
in a pinch 19. Blue mint mango madness 20. Ayurvedic medicine worse
than lead paint exposure? 21. Get the lead out 22. Amla and
triphala tested for metals 23. Dragon’s blood 24. Anti up on the
veggies 25. Anti-inflammatory antioxidants 26. The power of NO 27.
Bulking up on antioxidants 28. Atkins diet: trouble keeping it up
29. Plant-based Atkins diet 30. Vitamin B12 recommendation change
31. Safest source of B12 32. Cheapest source of vitamin B12 33.
Daily source of vitamin B12 34. New vitamin B12 test 35. Soy worth
a hill of beans? 36. Doping with beet juice 37. Priming the proton
pump 38. Don’t use antiseptic mouthwash 39. Out of the lab onto the
road 40. Asparagus pee 41. Pretty in pee-nk 42. Hearts shouldn’t
skip a beet 43. Vegetables rate by nitrate 44. Is bacon good or is
spinach bad? 45. When nitrites go bad 46. Bacon and botulism 47.
Are nitrates pollutants or nutrients? 48. Prevention is better than
cured meat 49. Carcinogens in the smell of frying bacon 50. Vitamin
C enriched bacon 51. Meat additives to diminish toxicity 52. So
should we drink beet juice or not?