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1. Lose weight and never gain it back safely?

2. Quit smoking forever?

3. Incorporate running in your life?

4. Use food as your medicine?

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  • The Five Most Important Dietary Tweaks March 23, 2017
    Generally, adherence to healthy lifestyle patterns has decreased during the last 18 years. Obesity is up, exercise is down, and the number of people eating just five servings of fruits and veggies a day dropped like a rock. And we didn’t start out that great to begin with. Only 3% of Americans at the turn […]
    Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
  • Clostridium difficile in the Food Supply March 21, 2017
    Clostridium difficile is one of our most urgent bacterial threats, sickening a quarter million Americans every year, and killing thousands at the cost of a billion dollars a year. And, it’s on the rise. As shown in C. difficile Superbugs in Meat, uncomplicated cases have been traditionally managed with powerful antibiotics, but recent reports suggest […]
    Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
  • How Milk May Contribute to Childhood Obesity March 16, 2017
    We’ve known that breastfed infants may be protected against obesity later in life for more than 30 years, but why? It may be the formula. Giving infants formula based on cow’s milk presents an unusual situation. Cow’s milk is designed to put nearly two pounds a day onto a growing calf, 40 times the growth rate […]
    Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
  • How Much Fiber Should You Eat Every Day? March 14, 2017
    High dietary fiber intake may help prevent strokes. The belief that dietary fiber intake is protectively associated with certain diseases was postulated 40 years ago and then enormously fueled and kept alive by a great body of science since. Today, it is generally believed that eating lots of fiber-rich foods helps prevent obesity, diabetes, and […]
    Michael Greger M.D. FACLM