Mostly unsubstantiated claims, intent on misleading people by stating half-truths and omissions of important information.
Review by Qirrat3 months ago
The best health advice I have ever experienced. It is evidence-based, easy to absorb and not profit driven
Review by Benignus4 months ago
Truly life-saving information, for free. He doesn't sell anything. I made a donation because he had a very obscure chart in a YouTube video that proved that my Western MD's were wrong. Thank you, Dr. Greger. You, and Abraham Hicks, and some true friends, saved my life. Dr. Greger's 20 researchers comb through the 100K English medical studies published annually to bring to gist of it, to lay people, in a way that we can easily understand. Brilliant. See Dr John MacDougal (sp?) or McDougal also for similar longevity info.
Review by CyCloneGaming6 months ago
Review by Rugiada Mireille1 year ago
In a world dominated by money, making us eat food bad for our health and then prolonging our life with costly drugs and procedures is better for the industry.
Like smoking, it will take a long time before the truth finally reaches the public (including the medical community).
But you don't have to wait before applying the advices of Dr Greger and his team. But you'll have to find your way through the fog created by lobbies. Nutritionfacts.org can be your lighthouse.
By the way, watch Forks over knives if you haven't.
Review by Drugs2 years ago
So many nutrition sites are trying to sell supplements and services. I trust this site because the only ad is for a book and the proceeds go to charity. I also trust this site because links to the actual research studies cited are included.
Review by Ardhi Scafuto2 years ago
This is a not-for-profit website created by Dr. Michael Greger, a medical physician. He reviews thousands of articles on human nutrition published in medical journals and puts the information into usable form. It is amazing how much misinformation and propaganda there is in the media about human nutrition. This is the only website I feel I can trust 100%. Dr. Greger does favor a vegan diet, so you can see that bias in many of his videos, but he backs up what he says with scientific studies from medical journals.
Review by PriceWise Cavadias4 years ago
My initial thoughts as a vegan was that this was a fun and informative page because of the good format of the videos and the charismatic Dr. Greger. However he unfortunately does cherry pick evidence from time to time to exaggerate the benefits of veganism and the ills of animal products. 
The overarching evidence on consumption of meat (red and processed) points toward an increased risk of all cause mortality  - especially due to CVD and cancer.  So several of Dr. Greger's claims are substantiated.
However given the obvious agenda; I wouldn't recommend it as a main source of nutrition science until he demonstrates that science comes before ideology.