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Top 3 videos of the month

How To Reverse Heart Failure With DietHow To Reverse Heart Failure With Diet

Can You Reverse Heart Disease With Eating? An entire issue of a cardiology journal on plant-based nutrition examines the role an evidence-based diet can play in reversing heart failure.

FBF - Dark Chocolate and Arterial FunctionFlashback Friday: Chocolate and Stroke Risk

Dark chocolate is pitted against milk chocolate in a test of arterial function.

Do Vitamin B12 Supplements Cause Broken Bones and Lung Cancer?Do Vitamin B12 Supplements Cause Broken Bones and Lung Cancer?

The link between B12, bone health and cancer. What do randomized controlled trials with high dose daily vitamin B12 supplementation show about the effects on cancer risk, death, and longevity?

In health,
Michael Greger, MD

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