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The ‘Healthy Foods’ That Are Unhealthy! Dr Michael Greger


We know that just because someone is eating
a vegan diet that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re eating a healthy diet. I think it’s important we look at how we
process and cook food before we eat them, as the way we cook can end up turning healthy
foods into unhealthy foods. We learnt in a previous video that cooking
carbohydrate foods with dry heat like frying or baking can create a carcinogenic chemical
called acrylamide. The consensus seems to be that cooking plant
foods with water, via boiling and steaming using glassware etc appears to be the safest
and best way to cook food. So now lets hear as Dr Michael Greger talks
about the best and safest ways to consume nuts, tofu and tomato products. This clip comes from Dr Greger’s August
2017 Q & A. Links to the original video will be in the description below… I know longer encourage people to toast or
roast their nuts so I encourage people to choose raw, unsalted nuts, seeds, nut butters
and seed butters and that’s because of AGE’S-Advanced Glycation End Products, so called glycotoxins. If you go to my website and type in glycotoxins
or AGE’S or Advanced Glycation End Products you can pull up all my videos. So basically when you expose high fat high
protein foods to high temperatures, dry heating temperatures like broiling, roasting, barbecuing
and frying you create these toxic compounds. If we look at the top 20 foods, I think I
list them in the book, number one is broiled hot dogs, its all like meat. But if you look at these tables, you say wait
a second what’s high protein high fat? Tofu! If you broil tofu bad stuff happen, so I encourage
people to eat steamed tofu. When I’m at a restaurant and there’s a
tofu dish you know they’re going to fry it so I ask for soft steamed tofu and then
you don’t have to worry about it. And nuts, when you toast walnuts or toast
any nut you create these AGE’s and actually high levels almost in the same ball park as
these other high fat high protein foods so we should use moist cooking temperatures so
200 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. Unsalted Tomato sauce is healthier than tomatoes
and tomato paste is healthier than tomato sauce although I would use jarred tomato paste
because unfortunately acidic foods in BPA lined cans can be a problem even the companies
like Eden foods that do not use BPA in their lining they have to use jarred tomato paste
because evidently whatever lining used that is not BPA can’t deal with the acids so
jarred tomato paste and sauce is wonderful and in fact I had a video on tomato sauce
and prostate cancer a whole lycopene series, check it out, very fascinating.

Randall Smitham

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74 COMMENTS

  1. Positive Karolina Posted on November 2, 2018 at 8:53 am

    Thanks for sharing! Great information! I know they always fry tofu in the restaurants and another thing are aubergines, they are always so greasy, it is impossible to eat them, as it feels like eating grease filled sponge :/

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  2. sirgay meerkat Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:09 am

    Top respect to dr gregor and you guys too!

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  3. Thicc Vegan Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:15 am

    🥦🥦🥦💪💪💪👏👏👏

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  4. Grace Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:30 am

    Its very hard to understand him what accent is this

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  5. Nayr747 Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:31 am

    I don't understand the part about tomato sauce supposedly being healthier than tomatoes. What did that have to do with heating foods making them dangerous? And isn't that the exact opposite of the claim being made? Raw tomatoes aren't heated at all.

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  6. japanluv Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:34 am

    Im feeding myself right now in West London, with sun rays at 5.5 Celsius. Furthermore, I ll l use the water that drops down the car windows from condensation, in order to hydrate myself. May you all have a happy tomato filled up weekend:D

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  7. Joelle Aittama Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:46 am

    Unfortunately, steamed potatoes are not as appealing as baked or roasted.

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  8. Inacio Tasse Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:50 am

    Ok to eat boiled nuts and seeds? Will the fats oxidise? Do nuts and seeds have trypsin inhibitors? If so, will they be deactivated by the boiling?

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  9. 5SecondFuse Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:50 am

    Can't eat anything these days

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  10. Lendres Tapas Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:56 am

    please don‘t take my chopped tomatoes…

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  11. Bir Ber Posted on November 2, 2018 at 11:01 am

    I agree and try my best. Butb
    boiled tofu? Nogo! Then no tofu at all..

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  12. coffee and carbs Posted on November 2, 2018 at 11:26 am

    I thought totally raw diet was for lunatics but I'm not to sure anymore I think a raw diet sounds about the right thing to do

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  13. Peter Koubek Posted on November 2, 2018 at 11:31 am

    Now think of all the highly heated milk-alternatives like Soymilk, Almondmilk and so on. Better make your own from now on.

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  14. mrbr549 Posted on November 2, 2018 at 11:57 am

    Fast forward to 2030, a new study finds it's only safe to eat vegetables before they are picked, and then only on sunny days.

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  15. Scuba Diva Posted on November 2, 2018 at 12:12 pm

    Tater tots and Pop-tarts! There goes my diet…

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  16. This is my real picture Posted on November 2, 2018 at 12:35 pm

    I like Dr. Greger, and I can't deny his contributions, but sometimes I wanna tell him to chill out a little. Humans evolved eating the most horrendous crap. We can handle some toxins. And have been for a while, unless roasted nuts and baked potatoes are a new thing. The only real killer is animal products.

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  17. michael onello Posted on November 2, 2018 at 2:40 pm

    Loved the presentation..!

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  18. Emanuela Pirola Posted on November 2, 2018 at 2:45 pm

    Very sad…. 😭😭😭

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  19. Joelle Aittama Posted on November 2, 2018 at 3:05 pm

    I thought it was only the skin that was carcinogenic. Not the inside, as in a baked potato.

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  20. Joelle Aittama Posted on November 2, 2018 at 3:06 pm

    A potato is not s high fat food.

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  21. coffee and carbs Posted on November 2, 2018 at 3:08 pm

    I think John rose is right with his approach to diet

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  22. Minimalist Earthling Posted on November 2, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    That's why I only eat Artisana Raw nut and seed butters. 😋

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  23. Willie Andrews Posted on November 2, 2018 at 4:20 pm

    Eat the way Mosthigh says if you believe in him seeds, grain , fruit. And herbs, vegteables, peace everyone. Have a good day they are always changing their minds do your own research .

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  24. Mamadollskie Posted on November 2, 2018 at 5:50 pm

    Interesting. I think I avoid most of these just because of my preference. I like boiling potatoes or sweet potatoes, slicing it in half and eat it with chili with jarred tomato sauce. I also don't eat a lot of nuts and soy.

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  25. IAM REAL Posted on November 2, 2018 at 6:06 pm

    DONT TAKE AWAY MY NONGMO TOFU!

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  26. IAM REAL Posted on November 2, 2018 at 6:09 pm

    I use boxed tomato paste.

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  27. Not Today Posted on November 2, 2018 at 7:08 pm

    Steamed tofu and boiled potatoes are sadly the very least palatable way to cook them. Makes it impossible to season them while they cook. I just love being advised to narrow my already insanely narrowed diet further. Edit – after some thought this is incorrect. A slow cooker/crock-pot on low doesn’t cook food above 200 degrees so that should be a safe way to both cook and season potatoes and tofu. If anyone can confirm or dispute this I would appreciate it.

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  28. Bro tato Posted on November 2, 2018 at 7:10 pm

    Just eat what you want and don’t go overboard! Moderation!!

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  29. Soul in the Raw Posted on November 2, 2018 at 7:37 pm

    Gotta stop baking my tofu… hard stuff! But I have always been annoyed with "healthy" recipes that roast nuts! I have always known this from my raw days 🙂 Glad I did! Thanks for spreading this amazing knowledge!

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  30. Johan Sjögren Posted on November 2, 2018 at 9:22 pm

    People here in Sweden where I live eat shit their entire lives and still live well in to the 80s. I have cut back a little on the fried tofu but I will keep eating my peanut butter, I imagine it can't make that much of a difference in an otherwise plant based and healthy diet.

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  31. Michael L. Castle Posted on November 3, 2018 at 5:19 pm

    Dare I ask….. what about microwaving potatoes?

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  32. Robin Fielding Posted on November 3, 2018 at 5:51 pm

    But peanuts taste nasty if you don't roast them

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  33. Gregory King Posted on November 4, 2018 at 1:24 pm

    If the slightly unhealthy diet wont kill you, the mental food paranoia will. I'm done with this sh*t. This online diet war is killing me faster than any food could. Eat healthy, be happy. Peace.

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  34. Cristian Baroni Posted on November 4, 2018 at 3:52 pm

    all the peanuts in the store are all toasted, even the one that still have the shell and that are unsalted, on the container the say "toasted", do they still count as unhealthy food?

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  35. edmund blackadder coc Posted on November 4, 2018 at 4:38 pm

    I eat vegans

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  36. Moose92411 Posted on November 4, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    Calling foods unhealthy because they contain fats or calories is bullshit. They can fit into a balanced diet.

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  37. colonyofcells iamamachine Posted on November 4, 2018 at 5:55 pm

    Unrefined vegan diet with vitamin b12 supplement. I added more categories to the daily dozen guide of Dr Michael Greger: Plate: 1/4 unrefined high protein staple foods (beans,peas,lentils), 1/4 other unrefined staple foods, 1/2 vegetables. Fresh fruit for dessert.
    Avoid refined substances like oil, sweeteners, erythritol, refined stevia powder, blackstrap molasses, juice, refined flour, white rice, protein powder, tofu, yuba, soy milk, vegan fake milk, seitan, vegan fake meat, vegan fake egg, salt, most supplements.
    Healthier cooking methods are steaming, boiling.
    1> Unrefined high protein staple foods: Beans, peas, lentils: 3 servings.
    2> Berries: 1 serving. Wine grapes with wine grape seeds (resveratrol). Barberry.
    3> Other fruits: 3 servings. Amla (frozen amla can be found in India grocery store). Can eat peel (flavonoids) of small citrus like kumquat, mandarin. Avoid noni, mangosteen, starfruit. Minimize olives bec too much salt. Fiber needs water to work so fresh fruits are better than dried fruits.
    4>
    4.1> High Calcium Cruciferous Greens: 2 serving.
    kale, collard, mustard green, turnip green, bok choy.
    4.2> Other Cruciferous Greens, Cruciferous Veg: 1 serving.
    Purple cabbage, green cabbage, brussles sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, gailan, kohlrabi. Mustard seed powder. Turnip, komatsuna, mizuna, rapini, napa cabbage. Radish, horseradish, wasabi, Rutabaga, Watercress, tatsoi, arugula.
    5> Other Greens: 1 serving.
    Spinach, chard, beet greens. Cilantro, Parsley. Purslane. Iceberg lettuce not too nutritious. Avoid alfalfa sprouts.
    6>
    6.1> seaweeds: 1 serving.
    Iodine from tiny amount of seaweeds like arame, dulse, nori, wakame, avoid kombu, avoid kelp, avoid hijiki.
    6.2> cooked mushroom: 1 serving.
    Cooked mushrooms have selenium, vanadium. Some brands of mushrooms have vitamin D. Do not eat reishi mushroom powder which can cause liver damage (boiling reishi mushroom pieces and drinking the tea seems safer).
    6.3> Allium family: 1 serving.
    red onion, leek, scallion, green onion, garlic.
    6.4> tomato for lycopene. 1 serving.
    6.5> Other Veg: 1 serving.
    Hibiscus flower, eggplant, okra. Beets, Asparagus. Summer squash. Bitter melon, nopal cactus. carrot.
    7> Flaxseed powder: 1 serving. Source of ALA omega 3.
    8> Nuts, seeds: 1 serving. Other sources of ALA omega 3 like chia seed powder, perilla seed powder, hemp seed, walnut. Nuts like pistachio (protein), almond (calcium), peanut (protein, zinc), cashew (iron), brazil nut (selenium). Seeds like sesame (calcium), pumpkin seed (protein, zinc), sunflower seed (zinc).
    9> Herbs, Spices: 1 serving. 1/4 teaspoon turmeric. Like annatto powder (vitamin A), holy basil, fenugreek seed powder, citrus peel powder (flavonoids), american ginseng. Avoid overdosing on turmeric, cinnamon (cassia), nutmeg, tarragon, licorice.
    10> Other unrefined staple foods: 3 servings. Whole grains like 0 salt whole grain fermented bread, 0 salt whole grain unfermented sprouted essene bread (manna bread), whole grain pasta, wheat berry, red quinoa (protein), oat groats, rice (black, red, brown), wild rice, blue corn, sprouted corn tortilla, unhulled purple barley, amaranth (protein), buckwheat. Tubers, roots like purple sweet potato, purple potato, cassava, taro, yam (dioscorea), water chestnut, elephant foot yam (suran), arrowroot. Winter squash (can chew the seeds). chestnut. Breadfruit. Plantain, durian, jackfruit, mango, fresh figs, fresh dates, pandanus fruits, papaya. Coconuts.
    11> Beverages: 5 servings (12 oz). Teas between meals like hibiscus tea, matcha powder, green tea. Tea better than coffee. Avoid kombucha, avoid yerba mate. Avoid unfiltered aloe vera.
    12> Exercise: 90 minutes of moderate activity or 40 minutes of vigorous activity. Use standing desk. If using chairs take frequent breaks.
    13> Vitamin b12 supplement cyanocobalamin 250 mcg per day (or 1,000 mcg per day), higher dosages like 2,500 mcg can be weekly.
    14> Vitamin d: Sunshine, cooked mushrooms from brands of mushroom with vitamin d, cooked lichen, vitamin d supplement (2,000 IU).
    15> Vegan epa/dha omega 3 supplement. 250 mg per day. Or Algae powder like Nannochloropsis Gaditana.
    16> Sweeteners: fresh fruits.
    17> Less than 1,500 mg of salt per day.
    18> 0 salt fermented foods: tempeh, natto. Avoid high salt fermented foods like miso, kimchi.
    19> Superfoods: Debittered brewers yeast (by product of making beer)(b vitamins, chromium), Nutritional yeast (b vitamins), knotweed powder (resveratrol), maca powder (sterols), chlorella. Avoid spirulina, avoid blue green algae.
    20> Sleep: 7 to 8 hours every day.
    21> Green tea for mouthwash. Can also use small amount of whole leaf aloe vera powder in water.
    22> Sanitize hands with alcohol.

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  38. colonyofcells iamamachine Posted on November 4, 2018 at 5:58 pm

    Tofu, yuba and vegan fake milks are refined substances and not real food. Many factory made tofu have 0 fiber and are just junk food. They are also very wasteful products. In asia, making tofu, yuba and soymilk results in tons of high fiber and nutritious soy pulp being thrown away every day. In japan, they try to use soy pulp or okara in recipes. I have tried buying both fresh tofu and fresh okara from a nearby japan grocery store.

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  39. colonyofcells iamamachine Posted on November 4, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Since fiber needs water to work, I eat 2 similar meals of boiled steel cut oats every day to get lots of water into my diet. I take b12 (cyanocobalamin) supplement in the morning. Eliminate 0 fiber refined substances like oil, coconut milk, vegan fake milk, vegan fake butter, vegan fake cheese, sweeteners, juice, kombucha, refined flour, protein powder, vegan fake meat, tofu, yuba, seitan, salt, most supplements. 0 added salt or less than 1,500 mg salt per day. I boil steel cut oats (other unrefined staple foods are whole grains, tubers like potato, sweet potato, cassava, taro, dioscorea yam, or winter squash whose seeds can be chewed for more protein, zinc, or plantains), boil with some dried mushrooms (brand with vitamin d, or wild morel, wild chanterelle, wild lichen have vitamin d, or vitamin d supplement 2,500 iu per day)(cooked mushrooms have selenium, vanadium), boil with sprouted lentils (or sprouted mung beans, or soak beans overnight for quicker cooking time around 20 minutes even without pressure cooker, fresh peas cook in just one minute) for more protein, add tiny amount of seaweed (wakame, dulse, nori, arame)(or algae powder like Nannochloropsis Gaditana, or wild anchovies, wild sardines with bones about 2x a week) for iodine, add annatto powder (for more vitamin A), add other herbs and spices (onion, black pepper, turmeric, garlic, cassia cinnamon, cloves, ginger, nutmeg, allspice). After cooking, pour over high calcium greens (kale, collard, mustard green, turnip green, bok choy)(also has vitamin c, vitamin a), add flaxseed powder (ALA omega 3)(or algae powder like Nannochloropsis Gaditana, or wild anchovies, wild sardines with bones about 2x per week, for epa/dha omega 3), add triphala powder (for more vitamin c), add debittered brewers yeast (for more b vitamins, chromium), add some nuts and seeds (or eat clam, mussel, oyster, maybe about 2x per week) for more iron and zinc, add citrus peel powder (lemon peel, lime peel, orange peel, grapefruit peel) for flavonoids, sweeten with fresh fruits (vitamin a, vitamin c). Both unrefined vegan diet with b12 supplement and unrefined plant based pescetarian diet with b12 supplement are probably healthy. After eating, for mouthwash, add small amount of whole leaf aloe vera powder to water, gargle, spit out (whole leaf aloe vera powder has a small amount of laxative so should not be ingested)(can also use green tea for mouthwash). Can sanitize hands with alcohol.

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  40. manumaster1990 Posted on November 4, 2018 at 10:36 pm

    🙂 love this video!

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  41. Star Catcher Posted on November 4, 2018 at 11:03 pm

    I can't go this far. I am not going to eat ONLY steamed food. Tofu is delicious baked or fried with a little bit of fat. Give up baked potatos? I can't. I am sorry. I am not going to stop dry heating food. It's just too good and too warming.

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  42. Charles Moore Posted on November 5, 2018 at 1:44 am

    So no peanut butter ?

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  43. ElChico114 Posted on November 6, 2018 at 1:25 am

    So what about cooking dried soybeans?

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  44. Monkey Jax Posted on November 18, 2018 at 1:05 pm

    That's why you soak them and dehydrate them under 45'C until crispy/crunchy so they taste the same and double the bio-available nutrients and no nasties from high heat chemical/exchange.

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  45. Sana Ullah Posted on November 25, 2018 at 8:37 pm

    I eat nothing. Hoping to live forever.

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  46. Wojciech Jacek Posted on December 15, 2018 at 3:59 pm

    I don't understand why people are frustrated/upset with the information presented in these videos. As far as I understand the purpose of these videos is to present the best foods and the best methods of preparing them to optimise health and longevity as current evidence seems to suggest. That's all, you don't need to follow any of these recommendations lol.

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  47. Fucking Potatoes Posted on January 10, 2019 at 4:35 am

    Lmao please. I won't deny that this is shown, but that's going so far. Btw people McDougall, a huge vegan scientist, says salt is healthy. The studies were done with salted cheeses and meats. We know now salt wasn't the issue. We need salt. I actually have a severe heart condition due to a very low salt diet for years.

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  48. Arlene Posted on January 25, 2019 at 6:12 pm

    A lot of people have very sensitive digestive systems and cannot digest a lot of raw foods. Always say eat what feels best for your body and what you can digest. If you can't digest what you are eating then you won't be absorbing the nutrients. I think it's also important to enjoy what you are eating.

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  49. 1234 Posted on January 27, 2019 at 7:59 am

    I wont roast my peanuts for peanut butter anymore

    I'm still gonna cook my potatoes in the oven, cause I like crispy potato wedges and I don't like boiled or steamed potato.

    I don't eat any soy so I don't have to worry about tofu

    I do eat a fair bit of canned tomatoes, it's the only way I can reliably get in tomatoes….

    My question is do the benefits of these foods offset the negatives of the cooking or bpa cans? I buy canned diced tomatoes and they say they use a bpa free can but who knows. I figured that the benefits of the tomatoes themselves would kinda offset any of the problems of the can, maybe that's just wishful thinking?

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  50. Erik Greene Posted on January 28, 2019 at 8:11 pm

    I love Dr Greger but sometimes I feel like he looks at food like a completely nutrient standpoint and not from the standpoint that you should also enjoy food. I mean I’m definitely gonna eat more boiled potatoes instead of roasted after this video but seriously? Boiled tofu? Most vegetables don’t even taste good if they’re not seasoned or roasted. Sometimes I think this advice can lead to hypochondriacism. No ones gonna tell me that roasted potatoes with spinach and mushroom on a bed of white rice is gonna kill me compared to 3 Big Macs and a Coke.

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  51. Stoney Mason Posted on January 29, 2019 at 3:22 am

    I’ll tell you why the baked potato is not dangerous. The only part of the potato that may be dangerous is the very outside because it gets the high heat. The inside of the potato is full of moisture which in turn steams from the inside. The potato is finished and fluffy at 200 degrees Fahrenheit. Therefor it has never even reached above 212. Thank you

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  52. Gert-Jan Posted on February 22, 2019 at 7:32 pm

    Dr. Gregors job isn't to hide inconvenient truths about healthy eating.

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  53. Maximillian Korte Posted on February 23, 2019 at 12:38 pm

    Man common I just replaced pistachios with chips -.-

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  54. Steve Pastor Posted on February 23, 2019 at 8:14 pm

    Having a picture of nuts, tofu and chopped tomatoes makes it look like those are unhealthy foods. People see that who didn’t watch the video.

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  55. Adam Alfred Posted on February 24, 2019 at 4:39 am

    I LOVE DR JOHN MCDOUGALL THATS MY LIVING WITH FRUITS AND VEGGIES 😁😁 I LOVE PAM POPPER AND DR KLAPPER AND DR LYLE AND DR T COLLIN MY OG 😁😁👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

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  56. Dansthoughts Posted on April 29, 2019 at 2:40 pm

    People make it so difficult on themselves. Learn from your own experience. Learn what natural foods your own body needs. How much water you need. In my particular case I require Cacao and honey daily.

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  57. Roshni Saxena Posted on May 4, 2019 at 2:12 am

    You’re the best and truly a lifesaver

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  58. Shining Star Posted on May 11, 2019 at 7:00 am

    A lot of the fake meats, like oumph and beyond burger end up having burnt crispy bits, which make them taste nice. Although the main part of the food is protein, the flavorings are sugar and this is what I think is burning. Does this mean these fake meats are really bad for you if they require you to cook them until parts of them are burnt, black in places.

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  59. Julie from the Jungles of Oomba Boomba Posted on May 12, 2019 at 12:05 am

    Thank you, I highly respect Doctor

    Greger's work and appreciate your presentations with the zippy red bus !

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  60. Samantha Maleda Posted on June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm

    Depressing. #goodgrief

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  61. Marie Falk Posted on June 7, 2019 at 9:40 pm

    love your accent.you have very videos.please make a video showing what you eat in a day

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  62. Nadym Kondokar Posted on June 25, 2019 at 7:03 am

    AGE levels in food don't correspond to AGE levels in the body. Only the smallest AGEs can pass through the gut from food. Vegetarians actually have higher levels of AGEs than omnivores. Could be because AGEs form when sugar combines protein in the Malliard reaction, the same thing that causes bread to brown, and vegetarians eat far more fruit, leading to more sugar in the blood generally.

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  63. Epiphanny Taylor Posted on July 23, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    Yeah. This isn't for me. This type of vegan is the reason ppl don't want to go vegan lol

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  64. Dlonra Reggenzrawhcs Posted on August 8, 2019 at 8:55 pm

    Sponsored by the dairy industry.
    "Kids, don't drink almond milk! Drink cow tits juice instead, you'll get man boobs! Every one loves BOOBS!"

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  65. Pat Vojtaskovic Posted on August 31, 2019 at 12:19 am

    Eat real eat food. Nothing genetically modified, nothing soaked with glyphosate. Look at the ingreedients before you buy it. If it has stuff in it you can't pronounce, don't buy it. Stay away from high-fructose corn syrup. Ditch all the artifical stuff. The more natural, the better. Buy direct from the farmer if you can. Eat in moderation. Follow these simple suggestions and you will be better off than 90+ percent of people. Enjoy life including your food. You are welcome.

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  66. Francis Mausley Posted on September 13, 2019 at 3:07 am

    Excellent channel… thank you. "Medical science is only in its infancy, yet it has shown that our natural diet is that which grows out of the ground. ~ Bahai Faith

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  67. Francis Mausley Posted on September 13, 2019 at 3:07 am

    Excellent channel… thank you. "Medical science is only in its infancy, yet it has shown that our natural diet is that which grows out of the ground. ~ Bahai Faith

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  68. Izzaboutchu! Posted on September 17, 2019 at 7:57 pm

    Though I eat a vegan diet, I must admit that my mother and all but one of her siblings lived into their mid 80s and 90s and were carnivores. They ate salads at most meals or some other cooked vegetables. Vegetables were the mainstay and meat was more of a condiment when I was a kid. But as time progressed, we ate more and more meat…esp chicken. Most of my mother's family were smokers earlier in their lives and then gave it up when they found out how bad it was. They were occasional drinkers with whiskey being the drink of choice. They lived into their 80s-90's. So here I am, in my mid 60's and having all kinds of health issues while I eat a healthy diet, having never smoked and only drinking a 1/4 glass of wine occasionally with a meal maybe 3 times a year. After allergy testing, I find that I am actually allergic to meat anyway. Interesting. It just goes to show though that no matter what we eat or how we eat it, if the food is tainted (even organic), it doesn't matter….our health will suffer. I am not trying to be a downer….just an observer.

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  69. JustAWanderer Posted on October 19, 2019 at 1:48 am

    If the price of an extra few months of life is eating steamed tofu, then I'll take the early check out option…

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  70. West Iz Best Posted on October 21, 2019 at 11:21 pm

    I love Dr. Gregor I only wish she would look at the facts of the resurrection and trust in Jesus rather than some bogus 150 million years worth of garbage evilution!

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  71. Peter Edwards Posted on November 6, 2019 at 4:22 pm

    What about microwave cooking?

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  72. andrew wong Posted on December 8, 2019 at 3:12 am

    You have to live little. Eat in moderation!

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  73. Raffaele Passarelli Posted on December 22, 2019 at 4:05 pm

    let's agree we are all going to die.

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  74. Sam Smith Posted on January 1, 2020 at 7:41 pm

    It will be a cold day in hell before I eat steamed tofu

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