POPCORN…The Controversial Health Miracle! Dr. Mandell

There are many health benefits to eating popcorn. In addition to being high in fiber, popcorn also contains phenolic acids, a type of antioxidant. Popcorn is a whole grain, an important food group reduces the risk of diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, certain cancers, and constipation.

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  • @Dee-im7zd says:

    The grains are not the issue! It’s how they have genetically modified them! Put the blame where it lies! Our ancestors ate many grains…in fact , they survived on them!!!!!!! Sugar isn’t the problem! It’s the processing of it and the human gluttony consumption of it that’s the real problem!!!

    • @robinhays1011 says:

      Everything has been altered, artificial sugars are not good for you either…Eat healthy & in moderation, stay away from processed foods & drinks, fast food etc. Go green, no pesticides/ chemicals used in veggies, meats, drinks etc. Natural cleaners, soaps, shampoos &. ☝️ cosmetics. 👍

  • @vettnetkramer1233 says:

    I love popcorn 🍿 I just can’t stop eating it. That’s why I don’t have any.

  • @eleanordiplock7333 says:

    Thanks, Doc. Everything in moderation! ❣️❣️❣️❣️

  • @juliawah8674 says:

    I just eaten a very sweet pop corn from the shop, my hand cannot stop grabing it into my mouth & almost finished the whole pack. Hope it can make me drunk until morning 6am straight.

  • @debrodgers6276 says:

    I’ve been putting olive oil or avocado oil and a little pink salt. Also buy the organic kernels and use the air popper. I just eat too much, cause it’s so good. Thank you Dr. Mandel.

  • @adlihkristopher2906 says:

    Blessed and happy new month and day everyone 🙏this is the day that the Lord has made let us rejoice and be glad in it Amen 🙏📖🧎‍♀️🤲👏👏

  • @lmr691 says:

    Thank you for sharing. I need to look for safer popcorn to keep our health best it can be. I use your information which has improved my respiratory health.

  • @howdydocowgirlcowgirl181 says:

    Use non gmo white corn & cook/pop using an air popper or, if on the stovetop, use avocado oil. Then drizzle grass fed butter (you can also blend w/melted extra virgin coconut oil) & sprinkle with Redmond salt or pink Himalayan salt etc (i make a blend)

  • @dorislawlor6904 says:

    I love popcorn Thanks doctor for explaining the goodness of popcorn

  • @allanfrank8711 says:

    Dr.Mandel,thank u for your advise i try to listen to all of them and your right😂.

    Thank you for taking the time to tell us (wake up call) I hope all your viewers are listening.
    Happy holidays🎉

  • @jftube3333 says:

    The problem is, it’s hard to just eat that small portion like the Dr is holding, once you start.

  • @jaxson1948 says:

    Dr. Mandell, you are the greatest!

  • @nadinefrandsen6087 says:

    I looove popcorn!! For the past 20 years I have popped mine in avocado oil in a stir crazy maker and sprinkle with nutritional yeast🧡

  • @christinemack2153 says:

    I love the Skinny Pop brand and will check the ingredients as been over doing it. Thank you as always!

  • @denicedancasey says:

    We pop it on the stovetop using corn oil to pop it and add no salt. We love popcorn! It can bloat me due to my Gastroparesis but I indulge sometimes anyway and just try not to have too much. ❤❤❤

  • @theresaduplessis6010 says:

    We only ever buy the kernels and pop our own plain popcorn. Never pre popped or sugared or the microwave kind. We old fashioned. Thanks for your channel. It’s great and so informative ❤

  • @SA-ju1zu says:

    Popcorn is the only food that I have been able to link to my diverticulitis flareups. It’s because I don’t eat it that often have been able to establish this. I will also add that. I think it’s important when you eat popcorn to chew it well. I think that can actually affect the outcomes! I do love popcorn and I will have it but just not that much like Dr. Mandel said

  • @rmbabazi2963 says:

    Thank you so much Dr. Now, I can enjoy my popcorn with a good feeling.😊😊

  • @maureen756 says:

    Hi Dr. Mandell, thank you for this video about popcorn, it was really helpful information to know.👍😊

  • @1950seven says:

    You’re just awesomeness ! I’ve been a popcorn lover since forever but pretty much gave it up (diabetes) I’ll start eating it again just make sure not to eat buckets of it 😊back in the 80’s I would add raw wheat germ or brewers yeast. Thank you kind sir ❤

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