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How Not to Die

How Not to Die

Michael Greger, M.D., FACLM

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How to maintain a healthy brain

How to maintain a healthy brain

Make sure you are sleeping well – Seven to eight hours of sleep is the optimal amount of time to avoid stroke.

Fiber-rich foods decrease your stroke risk – For every 7 grams of fiber you eat, your risk of stroke is reduced by 7%

Eat your greens, beans, and sweet potatoes – Potassium is effective in cutting stroke risk. Greens, beans, and sweet potatoes are all particularly high in potassium.

Citrus fruits contain high levels of Hesperidin, which has been shown to reduce blood pressure and increase blood flow.


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How to have a healthy gut

How to have a healthy gut

Eat lots of vegetables, berries, apples, and citrus fruits. Each of these foods has been associated with significantly reducing the risk of digestive cancers

Fiber binds to toxins, such as mercury and lead, that have been associated with cancer

A small amount of turmeric each day can reduce your risk of digestive cancers. This is why India has a much lower of colorectal cancer than the us


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How to boost your immune system

How to boost your immune system

Incorporate blueberries and cardamon into your diet as they boost your antibodies

Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables boost your immune system’s effectiveness against pathogens and pollutants

Garlic is effective as a treatment for pneumonia

Your gut bacteria are crucial for immunity. Therefore, eat prebiotics like legumes. Prebiotics are what good bacteria like to eat

Regular exercise will improve your immune system and reduce your chances of the common cold


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Foods to help your mental health

Foods to help your mental health

Depressed people have higher levels of monoamine oxidase enzymes. Antidepressants can boost these neurotransmitters, but certain foods have similar enzyme reduction effects. Plus, they have the benefit of no side effects. These foods are apples, grapes, onions, green tea, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg.


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