My Daily Dozen checklist includes all the healthiest of healthy foods I try to fit into my routine each day. Whether you have been tracking your Daily Dozen for years or are brand-new to it, you’re invited to join us for 11 weeks of support emails to help you Do the Dozen with ease! Each week, we will send you an email with tips, tricks, facts, and tasty recipes to help you incorporate some of the Daily Dozen into your regular meal rotations.
Registration is now open, and you’ll get your first Do the Dozen email as soon as you sign up. If you participated in this series last fall, you’re invited to register again if you want a refresher or another round of support. Sign up here.
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Last Day to Register for Our Free Webinar
With death rates as much as six times higher in Black America than white America, COVID-19 pointed a glaring spotlight at racial health disparities in the United States. In my upcoming hour-long live webinar, I’ll address the question of why Black Americans have been living sicker and dying younger than their white counterparts way before the pandemic started. Even with the same education and socioeconomic resources, Black Americans suffer disproportionately from chronic disease. What role may dietary patterns be playing, and what happens when you feed people soul food that’s good for the soul and put plant-based diets to the test?
Webinar Date & Time: Friday, January 22 from 3pm to 4pm ET
Free B12 Infographic
Don’t worry if you’re a current subscriber. You can download your copy right here!
New Year’s Resolutions Already Slipping?
Join Dr. Greger and psychologist Dr. Doug Lisle in this mini course, hosted by health coach Dr. Jen Howk. From January 26 to 29, this new webinar series will discuss why willpower alone is often not enough to enable us to reach our health goals. Register at www.jenhowk.com.
Do Vegans Really Have More Bone Fractures?
Tune in to the recording of the live, one-hour presentation on the recent EPIC-Oxford study findings that suggested plant-based eating has adverse effects on bone health.
What’s the Ideal BMI?
Is there a unisex chart to see what your optimal weight might be based on your height?
Flashback Friday: Dr. Greger in the Kitchen—My New Favorite Dessert
Dr. Greger whips up some matcha ice cream inspired by a recipe in his How Not to Die Cookbook.
Volunteer Spotlight: Viviana Garcia
Reading How Not to Die back in 2016 had a great impact on me, so I adopted a WFPB diet and joined NutritionFacts as a volunteer translator. It is an honor to contribute so that science-based information on nutrition is available to people in Spanish-speaking countries. Our healthier choices have a positive effect on our families, on public health worldwide, and on the health of our planet, so I appreciate this opportunity to collaborate with a great team.
My favorite recipe: Golden quinoa tabouli from Dr. Greger’s How Not to Die Cookbook, as I love chickpeas and turmeric!
Live Q&As January 28
Every month, I do live Q&As right from my treadmill, and January 28 is the day.
Join on our Facebook page or YouTube channel at 3pm ET. I’ll be streaming to both at the same time.
I am also excited to have the opportunity to speak live with Tracye McQuirter, MPH. Join us on Instagram at 5pm ET.
Tracye McQuirter, MPH, is an award-winning public health nutritionist, 34-year vegan, and author of Ageless Vegan and By Any Greens Necessary. She recently created the 10,000 Black Vegan Women movement, helping 12,000 women and counting to take back control of their health.
You can find links to all of my past live Q&As here on NutritionFacts.org. If that’s not enough, remember I have an audio podcast to keep you company.
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