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Evidence-Based Weight Loss: Live Presentation



In his newest live presentation, Dr. Greger offers a sneak peek into his new book How Not to Diet.

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I’m so excited to be bringing you my new live presentation!

I used to do annual reviews of the medical literature, but that was before the success of How Not to Die ( Realizing just how many people (and in 33 languages!) I’m now able to reach with my books, I set out to write a new book every three years. The downside is that now I’m just barely able to keep up making new videos for NutritionFacts.org and so I just have time to create one new presentation per book. This one, I am proud to announce, is based on my upcoming book How Not to Diet ( which comes out next month.

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And if you want to be among the first to grab my new book, please consider pre-ordering How Not to Diet to help me bump it high on the bestseller list the week it launches in hopes of exposing more people to evidence-based weight loss.

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Thanks for watching. I hope you’ll join in the evidence-based nutrition revolution!
-Michael Greger, MD FACLM

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37 thoughts on “Evidence-Based Weight Loss: Live Presentation

  1. It's been a couple of years since I released a video of my live presentation. I hope you enjoyed in this one! You can pre-order How Not to Diet here – https://nutritionfacts.org/how-not-to-diet.

  2. Love it only 37 mins in soo much info lol… Dumb question and maybe its in your book but I'm assuming you can combine multiple methods for more weight loss & what are thoughts on fasted cardio?

  3. I don’t understand why people dislike this guy. He pours all his hard work into researching all medical literature and studies to help the world heal from all forms of food related diseases. And he gives out all this information to the public……FOR FREE!! He’s not charging us for all his hard work, he has been doing it for years, unconditionally. Yes he has books, but his seminars are literally based off of his books and his website costs nothing and has all of the same information.

  4. I'm glad we are learning chemistry and algebra and reading Shakespeare in schools (things most of us will never use) but not learning nutrition- something that ALL of us need in our daily life. 👏👏

  5. Very informative video! Protein powder spikes my insulin like crazy! I think it may be because, despite the fact it's vegan, it's high in BCAAs! This just blew my mind.

  6. i probably shouldn't drink three green teas if loosing just 3 hours of sleep per week causes more loss of muscle mass. 55:00

  7. Was that acted? False presentation? Or are you a narcissist who can't even take a shot at the people who attended the talk?

  8. Very much looking forward to this book! I have had to veer off from my whole food plant based diet as I have no kitchen and little money (moving to a country where you can't buy dry beans has been a huge hit to my poor wallet 🙁 ) but soon that's changing. I lost a significant amount of weight eating plant based and look forward to doing it again!

    Recently I've just been mostly vegan rather than WFPB and it's definitely added a few pounds back. Can't wait to take them off permanently 😀

    Excellent presentation.

  9. Hey there!, I love this video. But I got a book here that will complement what you've watched here. Honestly
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    Best regards
    Michael

  10. The problem is that I need to eat over 10 pounds of food a day to feel satiated. Oh well I still got visible abs year round 😄

  11. I am amazed how many people live up to Dr Gregers recommendations. I wonder how you all do it? It's not like I don't know whats healthy and not (thx Dr) but I find it quite hard to eat wfpb. Vegan is easy for me, I do it for the animals, I will find something vegan, I eat it. I can veganize much so I can still cook together with my non vegan partner. There are millions of yummy vegan recipes out there of food that me and everyone around me already likes. But there is little way to healthify our everyday favourite foods and therefore tastebuds, proven recipes and partners food suggestions win most of the time. :/

  12. I would sure love you to discuss Dr. Lustwig. His findings were that carbs were bad, but he didnt differentiate between processed & not processed.

  13. Most doctors show their true nasty colors when you tell them you're engaged in plant based preventative treatments. Thank goodness fro Dr. Greger.

  14. Very much looking forward to the book. I went plant-based 2 years ago and lost some weight at first, but it all crept back. I'll admit the family has found ways to go back to old habits using newer plant-based versions of our favorites, so I'm sure it's a result of old bad habits creeping back in. Still healthier than how we ate before, but boy it sure would be nice to finally take advantage of that weight loss benefit everyone claims is so damned inherent in plant-based diets. I just don't want to have to go back to eating as bland as Dr. McDougall recommends. I'm still eating 70+ grams of fiber a day but it doesn't seem to help. I struggle horribly with it. I love Dr. Greger's little tips and tricks. I'm going to start trying them this week. 🙂

  15. Love you Dr. Greger. You are saving more lives than you will ever know. Me one of them. Have preordered the book and can't wait. This was the best presentation ever. Thank you!

  16. Since the most common Problem of people start eating plant based is not eating enough calories, it would be better to tell how not to lose too much weight. Sorry, but people do not need information about how to lose weight, they need to know that they have to eat enough calories to not lose too much weight.

  17. 47:15 – I don't like the term "Designed." Better to say "Best Equipped to deal with", something that doesn't imply God created us, but doesn't rule this out, and goes along with adapting based on evolution as well, since we evolved this way for a long time we would be best equipped to deal with food that our body has been mostly eating for a long time, well most likely, I mean there is still factors which means our body still hasn't found or lucked out on a solution, but the science kind of implies that we do best eating Plant Based, so it would assume practice makes perfect. It's little less triggering to people that don't really believe in evolution, and to people that know science heavily supports evolution and it does make sense to say people didn't evolve. But that doesn't mean some kind of God didn't design us to evolve. But I just think generally speaking it's best to avoid words that imply that we have no proof of. Just my opinion.

  18. Dr. Greger can teach us a lot about public speaking and engaging an audience, with the constant excitement, quick shifts in tone, and inflections for dramatic effect.
    I wish professors, preachers, & politicians presented similarly.

  19. I really appreciate the work you're doing, but when Dr. Greger does these talks, especially the call and response thing, and over-emphasizing the catch-phrases, he's becoming a parody of himself. It's not good.

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