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How to Survive a Pandemic is now out in paperback!

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My latest e-book, How to Survive a Pandemic, is now out in paperback! This e-book cuts by the prevailing noise and nonsense and divulges not solely what we are able to do to shield ourselves and our family members throughout a pandemic, but additionally digs deeper into the roots of the issue and tackles the elemental query: How can we cease the emergence of pandemic viruses in the primary place? 

All proceeds I obtain from the e-book are donated to pandemic prevention charities such because the The Good Food Institute and the Plant Based Foods Association. Order your copy at this time!

New quantity covers B12, fasting, & local weather change

My new quantity is out at this time and is obtainable as a streaming video so you possibly can start watching it instantly.

Here’s the complete record of chapters from the brand new quantity—a preview of what’s to come over the following few months on NutritionFacts.org:

  1. Are Aluminum Pots, Bottles, and Foil Safe?
  2. Stainless Steel or Cast Iron: Which Cookware Is Best? Is Teflon Safe?
  3. Are Melamine Dishes and Polyamide Plastic Utensils Safe?
  4. The Best Diet for Weight Loss and Disease Prevention
  5. The Benefits of Fasting for Healing
  6. The World’s Largest Fasting Study
  7. Are There Health Benefits of Spending Time in Nature?
  8. Anti-Inflammatory Diet for Lupus      
  9. Type 1 Diabetes Treatment: A Plant-Based Diet      
  10. The Role of Epigenetics in the Obesity Epidemic
  11. How to Get the Weight-Loss Benefits of Ephedra Without the Risks
  12. The Effect of Drinking Water on Adrenal Hormones
  13. What Is the Safest Metabolism Booster?
  14. Optimizing Water Intake to Lose Weight
  15. The Effects of Marijuana on Car Accidents
  16. The Symptoms of Vitamin B12 Deficiency
  17. The Optimal Vitamin B12 Dosage for Adults 
  18. The Healthiest Food Sources of Vitamin B12
  19. The Optimal Vitamin B12 Dosage for Kids, Pregnancy, and Seniors
  20. The Best Type of Vitamin B12: Cyanocobalamin or Methylcobalamin?
  21. Hospitals Profit on Junk Food
  22. Win-Win Dietary Solutions to the Climate Crisis
  23. Which Foods Have the Lowest Carbon Footprint?
  24. Which Diets Have the Lowest Carbon Footprint?
  25. Are There Benefits of Pole Walking for Weight Loss?
  26. How to Reverse Heart Failure with Diet
We have retired the quantity DVDs, however all volumes can be found for streaming at DrGreger.org/collections/downloads. And bear in mind, should you watch the movies on NutritionFacts.org or YouTube, you possibly can entry captions in a number of totally different languages. To discover yours, click on on the settings wheel on the lower-right of the video after which “Subtitles/CC.” 


If you’re a $25+ month-to-month supporter and opted in to our donor rewards, you’d already be an professional on these new matters by now, having already obtained a complimentary link to the brand new obtain. If you’d like to obtain them earlier than they’re obtainable to the general public, please think about changing into a month-to-month supporter. Sign up on the donation web page to turn into a $25+ month-to-month contributor and be given a chance to obtain the most recent downloads without cost so long as your contributions are present.


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Live Q&As today, August 27

Live Q&A


Every month now I do Q&As live from my treadmill, and August 27 is the day. 

Join on our Facebook page OR YouTube channel at 1pm ET.  I’ll be streaming to both at the same time!

You can now find links to all of my past live YouTube and Facebook Q&As here on NutritionFacts.org. If that’s not enough, remember I have an audio podcast to keep you company at http://nutritionfacts.org/audio.




In health,
Michael Greger, M.D.

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