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Do the Pros of Brown Rice Outweigh the Cons of Arsenic?

Do the Pros of Brown Rice Outweigh the Cons of Arsenic?

Are there unique benefits to brown rice that would justify keeping it in our diet despite the arsenic content? More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Is White Rice a Yellow-Light or Red-Light Food?

Is White Rice a Yellow-Light or Red-Light Food?

Do the health benefits of rice consumption outweigh any potential risk from the arsenic contamination? More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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How Risky is the Arsenic in Rice?

How Risky is the Arsenic in Rice?

Getting rice down to the so-called safe water limit for arsenic would still allow for roughly 500 times greater cancer risk than is normally considered acceptable. More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Arsenic in Rice Milk, Rice Krispies, & Brown Rice Syrup

Arsenic in Rice Milk, Rice Krispies, & Brown Rice Syrup

Dr. Greger recommends that people switch away from using rice milk and other rice products. More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Which Rice Has Less Arsenic: Black, Brown, Red, White, or Wild?

Which Rice Has Less Arsenic: Black, Brown, Red, White, or Wild?

Brown rice contains more arsenic than white, but the arsenic in brown rice is less absorbable, so how does it wash out when you compare the urine arsenic levels of white-rice eaters to brown-rice eaters? More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Where Does the Arsenic in Rice, Mushrooms, & Wine Come From?

Where Does the Arsenic in Rice, Mushrooms, & Wine Come From?

Find out what happens when our crops are grown in soil contaminated with arsenic-based pesticides and arsenic drug-laced chicken manure. More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Pre-Order Now!  The How Not to Die Cookbook

Pre-Order Now! The How Not to Die Cookbook

From Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM, the physician behind the trusted and wildly popular website Nutritionfacts.org, and author of the New York Times bestselling book How Not to Die, comes a beautifully-designed, comprehensive cookbook complete with more than 120 recipes for delicious, life-saving, plant-based meals, snacks, and beverages. Dr. Michael Greger’s first traditionally published book, How Not to Die, presented the […]

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Can Vitamin C Help with Lead Poisoning?

Can Vitamin C Help with Lead Poisoning?

Those who have higher vitamin C levels tend to have less lead in their bloodstream, but what happens when you give people vitamin C supplements to put it to the test? More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Best Foods for Lead Poisoning: Chlorella, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Moringa?

Best Foods for Lead Poisoning: Chlorella, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Moringa?

All plants produce “phytochelatins” to bind up heavy metals to protect themselves from the harmful effects. So, what if we ate the plants? More information: http://NutritionFacts.org and http://www.DrGreger.org and How Not to Die, a New York Times bestseller

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Vegan Recipe: Quinoa, Beans, Greens & Veggies with Caesar dressing

Vegan Recipe: Quinoa, Beans, Greens & Veggies with Caesar dressing

Here’s a tasty recipe to try this weekend! Caesar dressing with quinoa, beans, greens, and veggies. Serves 4 INGREDIENTS: DRESSING: ½ cup shelled hemp hearts ¼ cup water, more as needed for thinning 3-4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 3 tablespoons nutritional yeast 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar (optional) 3 cloves of garlic 1 teaspoon salt-free ground mustard (or Dijon mustard) […]

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