It’s spring here in the United States, which for millions of people means allergy season. While you may feel weak because your immune system is busy attacking allergens left and right, the same intense alertness may have benefits for your overall health. Your immune system may be hard at work defending you against pollen and dust, but it can also defend you against some types of cancer. To learn more about it and about foods that can help reduce allergy symptoms, visit Allergy topic page.
Recipe: Sweet Potato Tacitos
Sweet potatoes, black beans, and spices are the stars of this Daily Dozen-inspired meal. Taquitos are excellent as a handy main course or fun appetizer for parties. Get the free recipe over hereWatch a video on how to make it on our website Instagram.
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Volunteer Spotlight: Jason Poehler
I help create quotes from articles that Dr. Greger uses in his videos. I love evidence-based medicine and am driven to help make sure that nutrition information is accurate and free of marketing hype. Dr. Greger’s stand on facts and information free from conflict of interest inspires me to continue to help in any way we can.
There are a lot of vegetarian recipes that I enjoy. One of my favorite dishes is the tofu bowl or the edamame poke because of their versatility. You can easily change the ingredients but still get a delicious and dependable meal. On top of that, it’s very easy to assemble and store for a quick lunch or dinner.
Inhibiting the cancer metastasis enzyme MMP-9 in beans and chickpeas Which legumes are best at inhibiting matrix metalloproteinase enzymes that allow cancer to become invasive?
Processed fast foods go through the test What happened when ultra-processed foods were matched for calories, sugar, fat and pork content in the first randomized controlled trial?
How much cancer does processed meat cause? I quantify my risk of colorectal cancer from eating bacon, ham, sausage, sausage, and lunch meat.
Michael Greer, MD
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