evidence-based blog of Filippo Dibari

What should I eat today?

In Over-nutrition, Uncategorized, Under-nutrition on April 1, 2018 at 4:03 pm


From NutritionFacts.org web site from Dr Greger


Dr. Greger’s Daily Dozen Checklist


Whoa, that was quite the departure from our regular videos! Normally, we just show you the science from the primary sources in the peer-reviewed medical literature, but I want NutritionFacts.org to be more than just a reference site. I want it to be a practical guide on translating this mountain of data into day-to-day decisions. So that’s where my Daily Dozen slips into the mix. It’s available for free on iTunes as well as an Android app, thanks to an amazing group of volunteers through our Open Source Initiative.

If this video sounded familiar, it’s the same narration as the video posted months ago, but utilizing the talents of a new animator as an experiment: the video production company Purposeful Films, who heavily discounted their rates in support of our work. It’s more of a playful style, which I thought might be a good match for the content.

If this video inspired you to try eating the Daily Dozen, join our Daily Dozen Challenge! Learn more here.

Here are direct links to the two videos I referenced in the video: How Many Glasses of Water Should We Drink a Day? and How Much Should You Exercise?

For more intro-type videos, check out:

Okay, but how do you actually incorporate those Daily Dozen foods into your diet? Check out my How Not to Die Cookbook (all the proceeds I receive from that and all my books goes to the 501c3 nonprofit that runs this site), and my “In the Kitchen” videos: My New Favorite Dessert and My New Favorite Beverage.

If you haven’t yet, you can subscribe to my videos for free by clicking here.

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