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The mission of the Dr. Gundry Podcast is to help you live your best life — mind, body and soul — by empowering you with the tools and knowledge you need. Dr. Gundry interviews some of the world's leading health experts to glean life-changing insights and offers cutting-edge wellness advice during his topical lectures.
A great sex life at any age? It's possible
Dr. Gundry is discussing a VERY important health topic. It's something that — quite frankly — we don’t talk about it enough. That’s right, this episode is all about sex. And with so many folks staying in right now (and a giant baby boom around the corner) this topic is especially timely! Tune in to hear Dr. Gundry answer questions about libido, hormones, erectile dysfunction, and other sexual health issues. He also shares tips for having a great sex life at ANY age.
For full transcript, click here: https://drgundry.com/sexual-health-lecture-transcript/
|Mar 30, 2020|
Why to stop keto (at least for now)
Dr. Terry Wahls returns to the show to tackle hot topics like the keto diet and intermittent fasting, discuss whether fruit is really all it’s cracked up to be, and discuss why gluten-free doesn't always mean there's no gluten at all. In 2000, Dr. Wahls was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis and within a few years, she was confined to a wheelchair. But instead of just relying on conventional medicine, she radically transformed her diet. Within a year, she’d ditched the wheelchair — and the cane — and was back on her beloved bicycle. She chronicled this remarkable change in her book The Wahls Protocol (which is now out in a new edition). Dr. Terry Wahls is a professor at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, a bestselling author, and one of the foremost experts on the power of nutrition to reverse autoimmune disease.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/dr-terry-wahls
|Mar 23, 2020|
What's a Genius Life - and can YOU have one?
Max Lugavere, the author of The Genius Life, says the world has changed quite a bit since our days as hunter gatherers — and it’s left our brains in a state of despair. The good news is, we can turn things around. Max says we can heal our bodies and brains by changing our lifestyle… improving our cognitive function and emotional wellness as a result. Tune in to find out how!
Full transcript and notes: https://drgundry.com/max-lugavere-transcript/
|Mar 16, 2020|
The "global pandemic" no one is talking about
Dr. Mark Hyman, bestselling author and host of The Doctor’s Farmacy podcast, comes on The Dr. Gundry Podcast to talk to me about his brand new book, Food Fix: How to Save Our Health, Our Economy, Our Communities, and Our Planet — One Bite at a Time. We discuss how and why our health problems are so connected to the food we eat, the greedy players at the root of the problems, and the best ways to take back control of our food and health. So join us — you'll be blown away by what Dr. Hyman has discovered.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/dr-mark-hyman
|Mar 09, 2020|
Coronavirus - Should YOU worry?
The coronavirus outbreak is making international headlines as it sweeps across Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. And this is just the beginning. With rising reports of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in the United States — U.S. health officials say it will inevitably spread to communities across the country. On this special episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I dive deep into the science behind this rapidly spreading illness — and share tips for protecting yourself and your loved ones.
|Mar 06, 2020|
Quit running, and eat fat (here's why)
Mark Sisson is the founder of Primal Kitchen, former marathoner, and bestselling author. And on today's episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, he's going to help you sort out fact from fiction about the popular (and controversial) keto diet. Mark has a brand new book out called Keto for Life and it’s a GREAT primer for anyone looking to try the keto diet. Mark and I talk about weeding through decades of diet myths, the importance of adding FAT to your diet, and whether long-distance is really good for you. Trust me — you’ll want to tune in for ALL of this one.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/mark-sisson
|Mar 02, 2020|
What psychiatrists are getting wrong
Dr. Daniel Amen, one of America’s leading psychiatrists, says that the way we think about mental illness and mental health is all wrong. In his brand new book, The End of Mental Illness, Dr. Amen exposes the most common misconceptions about mental illness and explains why there IS something you can do to help yourself or your loved ones. On today’s episode, Dr. Amen and I will discuss the difference between mental health and brain health, why mental illness is NOT your fault, and the biggest problems with modern psychiatry.
Full show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/dr-daniel-amen
|Feb 24, 2020|
Award-Winning Molecule That Could Extend Your Life
Chris Burres is the owner of SES Research, the first company to deliver MyVitalC, the world’s first nano antioxidant, to the public. When Chris learned a Nobel Prize-winning chemical tested by NASA had been proven to almost double the lifespan in mammals, he made it his mission to get it into the hands of people around the world. During this episode, you’ll learn about the chemical, ESS60, and how it can help YOU — one dose at a time.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/chris-burres-interview/
|Feb 17, 2020|
Skip THIS, and you could die in DAYS.
There’s one important topic I’ve NEVER talked about before — yet it may be the MOST essential thing you can put into your body. In fact, if you don’t get enough of this thing, you could die in just a matter of DAYS. I’m talking about water and on today’s episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I’m going to dive deep into a subject many of us may not think much about: Hydration. Tune in to find out if tap water can actually kill you (and learn the TRUTH about bottled water), how much water you should really be drinking every day, whether “trendy” waters live up to the hype, and much more.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/water-lecture
|Feb 10, 2020|
Harmless "micro-cancers" - fact or fiction?
Dr. William Li says we need to start thinking of food as medicine — and realize that we already have all the tools we need to fight disease and live longer, healthier lives. On today’s episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Dr. Li and I discuss the one herb we can’t eat enough of, the single most important food you can feed your baby, and why beer might actually be good for you (crazy, right?).
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/dr-william-li
|Feb 03, 2020|
Dr. Says: Eat cheese?
Ever since I published The Plant Paradox, I’ve been getting A LOT of questions about my Yes and No lists of foods. And that makes sense — I’m constantly learning new things (and food companies are constantly tinkering with their recipes) so my list is always evolving. Well, on this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I dive into the mailbag. So join me for this week’s episode and get answers to some of your most pressing questions — including how yours truly eats THIS lectin-containing food (prepare to be shocked).
Full show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/yes-no
|Jan 27, 2020|
The truth about the world's most common element
There’s a “super antioxidant” that’s also one of the most abundant elements in the universe, and it’s been shown to help fight inflammation, boost your energy, and protect the health of your brain. And studies show it could make a HUGE difference for the health of your entire body — only most of us aren’t getting enough of it. I'm talking about molecular hydrogen. And on today's episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I chat with Tyler W. LeBaron, the Founder and Executive Director of the science-based nonprofit Molecular Hydrogen Institute, who will explain the cutting edge research on hydrogen and how it can help YOU feel healthier than you have in years. This is a fascinating conversation you WON’T want to miss.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/tyler-lebaron
|Jan 20, 2020|
Harvard scientist: Is "old age" the newest disease?
Dr. David Sinclair, Harvard University scientist and expert on the science of aging, chats with me about his brand new book, Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don't Have To. We also discuss the most dangerous meal of the day, the benefits of “stressed out” food, and the cutting edge technology that could one day help ALL of us live healthy lives into our 100s — and beyond. We even reveal the one food secret that all of the world’s longest-living populations share. Don't miss this one!
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/david-sinclair/
|Jan 13, 2020|
Actress claims: Cancer was a GIFT
Suzanne Somers, the acclaimed actress, author, and health spokesperson, defies virtually every stereotype about getting older. In her latest book, A New Way to Age, she shares her insights on how to live a healthy, happy life — no matter how old you are. Stay tuned to hear us discuss how to stop aging like your parents, and start aging with energy, vibrancy, confidence… and even a strong libido!
Full show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/suzanne-somers-interview
|Jan 06, 2020|
Can you turn off the “Alzheimer’s gene?”
Dr. Steven Gundry shares some important insights on a topic that affects everyone: Brain health! To be more specific, the ApoE4 gene — the gene linked with Alzheimer’s disease — and what having it could mean for YOU. He also discusses whether genetics determine your fate, and reveal some of the lesser-known “culprits” of cognitive decline. Plus, he reveals what foods can help you stay sharp WELL into your old age, and an ancient practice that can keep your brain in tip top shape.
Full transcript and show notes: https://www.drgundry.com/apoe4-lecture
|Dec 30, 2019|
President Obama, Taylor Swift, and the Pope all have THIS in common
Dr. Steven Gundry speaks with hotelier, humanitarian, and internationally known artist, Jeremy Cowart. Jeremy went from a struggling student to a world-renowned photographer who has shot the likes of Taylor Swift, President Obama, and even Pope Francis. And now, he’s sharing his story through his book, “I’m Possible: Jumping Into Fear and Discovering a Life of Purpose.” Tune in to learn how to break free from the “can’ts” and “shouldn’ts” holding you back, and how to become the person you were meant to be. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/jeremy-cowart-interview
|Dec 23, 2019|
EVERYTHING you know about back pain... is WRONG
Dr. Vijay Vad has spent his entire career helping tens of thousands of patients overcome their back pain, and on this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, he and I will discuss our top tips for reducing your back soreness today, the serious dangers of over-the-counter painkillers (and what you should try instead), and the simple foods he says will help you eliminate your back pain once and for all. So tune in! You won't want to miss this episode... Full transcript and show notes: https://www.drgundry.com/dr-vijay-vad
|Dec 16, 2019|
She changed her life, and her illness "vanished"
Katie Wells, the creator of the award-winning blog, Wellness Mama, shares some fast, easy, and affordable hacks for living a wellness-centered lifestyle. Tune in to hear how Katie became a bona-fide Wellness Mama and how to jumpstart the ultimate “Healthy Home Makeover” without breaking the bank. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/wellness-mama-interview
|Dec 09, 2019|
For better health, do a shot (of this)
T.J. Robison, who is also known as the "Olive Oil Hunter," is the founder of the Fresh-Pressed Olive Oil Club. On this episode, T.J. and I will discuss the health benefits of eating olive oil, and what you should look for when selecting an olive oil. We'll also discuss easy and delicious ways to incorporate this “nutrient powerhouse” into your diet.
|Dec 02, 2019|
Eat THIS during the holidays (Dr's Orders)
Dr. Steven Gundry says the holidays can wreak havoc on our health by causing indigestion, weight gain, and so much more. The good news is, you don’t have to fall into the “winter weight gain trap.” On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, Dr. Gundry shares his tips for enjoying the holiday season without sacrificing the lean, healthy body you want in the process. Full show notes and transcript: https://www.drgundry.com/holiday-eating-lecture
|Nov 25, 2019|
Sick, pregnant, and living a suburban nightmare
Autumn Boyle, the creator of the blog “Lectin-Free Mama,” sits down with Dr. Steven Gundry to reveal the shocking source of her chronic fatigue, difficulty breathing, and a host of other health issues. They'll also discuss how the right foods can help YOU “bounce back” from debilitating health issues, raising kids "Plant Paradox style," and the healing powers of a practice called neural retraining.
|Nov 18, 2019|
Introducing: The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook
I’ve just published a new book, The Plant Paradox Family Cookbook, that's PACKED with helpful tips, powerful stories, and 80 brand new recipes your whole family is going to love. And to celebrate, I’ve recorded a special podcast "extra." On this episode, you’re going to learn 5 of the biggest myths about childhood nutrition, my tips for keeping your kids from eating too many sweets, and the one food you and your kids should NEVER eat for breakfast. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/plant-paradox-family-cookbook
|Nov 13, 2019|
Dave Asprey Hates Kale - here's why
World-famous biohacker Dave Asprey is back on The Dr. Gundry Podcast. And this time, he’s got a brand new book to talk about. It’s called Super Human, and it is absolutely PACKED with some of the most cutting-edge science about longevity out there (and makes a fantastic companion to The Longevity Paradox). On this episode, Dave and I chat about the dangers of heavy metals, the energy-enhancing benefits of a good night’s sleep (and how to get it), and why bloodletting (yes, bloodletting) may not have been such a crazy technique after all. Full transcript and show notes: https://www.drgundry.com/dave-asprey-2
|Nov 11, 2019|
Is "Dr. Google" ruining your health?
Dr. Will Cole chats with me about his brand new book The Inflammation Spectrum: Find Your Food Triggers and Reset Your System. We talk about the MOST effective elimination diets, one dangerous environmental toxin you’re probably exposing yourself to right now, and the surprising health hazards of a raw vegan diet. You’ll even discover why the French seem to have such good health despite eating all those baguettes! So tune in and learn the TRUTH about dieting. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/dr-will-cole
|Nov 04, 2019|
Let's talk about POOP (yes, seriously)
Poop is incredibly important for your health — which is why I'm talking ALL about it on today's episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast. You’re going to hear answers to questions you might have always wondered about — but were too embarrassed to ask. So if you want to know what poop is made of, what healthy poop looks like, and why “floaters” are a sign of bad health, then you need to tune in to this episode. I’m also going to teach you the foods you need to eat for healthy bowel movements, which foods you MUST avoid, and why one popular leafy vegetable is like a “ticking time bomb” for diarrhea. So even if this topic makes you a little squeamish, don’t skip this episode — believe me, your “gut buddies” will thank you later. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/poop-lecture
|Oct 28, 2019|
What do NASA and the NFL have in common?
Scott Nelson, the cofounder of JOOVV, a red light and near infrared light therapy startup, was a self-admitted "skeptic" of the procedure... That is, until he saw the incredible effect it had on his wife and her sister. Now, Scott wants to bring this powerful technology to everyone. On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Scott and I dive into the science behind red light therapy, how and why it could help YOU slow aging and heal faster, and a simple and free way to get many of those benefits today. Don't miss this one!
|Oct 21, 2019|
Wellness blogger claims: THIS turned her Hashimotos around
If you eat right, make healthy choices, and STILL feel lousy… you’re not alone. Not too long ago, my guest Gina Hill suffered from migraines, cystic acne, joint pain, fibromyalgia, Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, pulsatile tinnitus, chronic fatigue, and depression — all while eating what she THOUGHT was a healthy diet. But when she learned how to cut lectins from her diet, she was able to turn things around. As a result of her newfound health, she created “Lectin Free Creations by Gina,” a website and Instagram account with tasty lectin-free recipes and has even launched a lectin-free revolution in own community in Warrenton, Virginia. On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, we discuss how to eat right without feeling deprived. We also discuss the almost instant benefits that can come with going lectin free.
|Oct 14, 2019|
Stress is a good thing (for food, anyway)
Darin Olien has traveled to over 40 countries in search of the most powerful and nutritious foods on earth, earning himself the nickname "The Superfood Hunter." And recently, he's come across one of the most nutritious (and tasty!) foods on earth — and it’s now available in grocery stores across the country. On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Darin and I chat about some of the world’s most powerful foods, five secrets to a longer life, and the “snack food” you should be eating A LOT more of. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/Darin-Olien
|Oct 07, 2019|
Yes, you CAN eat too much protein (it's actually easy)
These days, it seems like there’s a new diet every week — and most of them have one thing in common: Lots and lots of protein. But is all that protein necessary — or even healthy? On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I’m going to debunk a few of the biggest myths about protein, tell you the one protein you should always avoid, and explain why a vegetarian diet may be the healthiest diet out there — EVEN if you want to build big muscles. Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/dr-gundry-protein-lecture
|Sep 30, 2019|
From Microsoft to self-defense "ninja"
Fauzia Lala is a martial artist, self-defense teacher, and entrepreneur. On today's episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, she and I will talk about her ups and downs in the corporate world and how she persevered, fought away feelings of self doubt, and ultimately, created a life more fulfilling and healthier than she could ever imagine. Tune in to learn self defense basics EVERYONE should know and tips for overcoming roadblocks and achieving success in YOUR own life. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/fauzia-lala-interview
|Sep 23, 2019|
Weight gain her doctor couldn't explain — but she lost it ALL.
Claudia Curici started to feel her health decline in her late thirties. She gained weight, seemingly inexplicably, and no matter what she did, she just couldn’t lose it. But that all changed about two years ago, when Claudia decided to go lectin-free. On this episode, Claudia opens up about the health struggles that led her to cut lectins from her diet, and how The Plant Paradox changed her life for the better. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/claudia-curici-interview/
|Sep 16, 2019|
From incurable disease to med-free (1 man's story)
When Phillip Stutts was still in his 30s, he was diagnosed with achalasia — a rare disorder of the esophagus that makes eating almost impossible and that typically affects people in their 60s, 70s, and 80s. It would have been very easy for Phillip to throw up his hands and give up. After all, there’s NO cure for achalasia. But that’s not what Phillip did. Instead, he resolved to not only defeat his condition, but to find a cure — something most medical professionals think is impossible. On this episode, Phillip and I chat about how the Plant Paradox helped him get off his medications, how he stays positive despite the setbacks, and the 1 thing you should NEVER skimp on. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/phillip-stutts
|Sep 09, 2019|
She was "trapped" in a wheelchair - until she did THIS
Dr. Steven Gundry speaks with Dr. Terry Wahls, a professor at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine and modern day medical marvel. In 2000, Dr. Wahls was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that affects more than more than 2.3 million people worldwide. But after years of steady decline, she was able to turn things around by employing food as medicine. Tune in to learn more about her journey, and how the right diet can dramatically decrease the symptoms of M.S. and other serious health problems. Transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/terry-wahls-interview/
|Sep 02, 2019|
It's our first birthday... here's some great stuff we did this year [compilation]
This week on The Dr. Gundry Podcast, we’re celebrating our one year anniversary! So to celebrate, I’ve put together a few clips from five of my most popular episodes. You're going to hear some of the best tidbits and advice from Dave Asprey, Arianna Huffington, Dr. Paul Saladino, Dr. Joseph Mercola, and Bobbi Brown. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/one-year-anniversary
|Aug 26, 2019|
How this "warrior mom" saved her son's life
J.J. Virgin and I chat about her son’s incredible story of recovery and how her “warrior mom” resilience kept her family together. We also discuss some simple tips for reaching your health and weight loss goals — plus, J.J. shares her #1 secret for living a longer, healthier life. You’re also going to learn one of the most critical supplements for keeping you and your brain healthy and strong and how YOU can stick to your diet and weight loss goals — even while you’re traveling. Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/jj-virgin
|Aug 19, 2019|
It's the most important day of your life... are YOU in control?
Milli Hill, the founder of the Positive Birth Movement and the author of The Positive Birth Book and Give Birth Like a Feminist, chats with me about what a positive birth can look like, the TRUTH about water births, and why it’s always OK to change your doctor (especially if he or she is NOT listening to you). So whether you’re already a mother, are thinking of having kids, or want to learn how YOU can support the new mothers in your life, Milli will provide you with the tools you need to speak up and get the health services that you and your loved ones really need. Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/milli-hill
|Aug 12, 2019|
Do you text? ROLFING could save your body
Aaron Alexander, a healthy movement coach and the owner and founder of Align Therapy, talks to Dr. Steven Gundry about how some seemingly “normal” habits can hurt your body, and how rolfing, massage, and healthy movement can help you feel amazing — not just physically, but mentally and emotionally, too. We also talk about what you can do TODAY to start feeling better in your body and avoid “big picture” problems down the road. Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/aaron-alexander-interview/
|Aug 05, 2019|
Bobbi Brown built a billion-dollar brand, then quit. Here's why.
Bobbi Brown recently left her namesake brand, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, after 25 years… before taking her career in a totally new direction. On this episode, we discuss the challenges and rewards of reinventing yourself… and how to pursue your passion at any age (Bobbi is proof that it’s never too late!). We also discuss the connection between health and beauty — and share some expert tips for looking your best. Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/bobby-brown-interview/
|Jul 29, 2019|
Can your diet help you "age" backwards?
On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I share some surprising nutritional advice for gorgeous skin, hair, and nails. These simple tips can make you look YEARS younger, so you’ll want to hear them for yourself. Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/diet-beauty/
|Jul 22, 2019|
Can foods fix cancer? She says yes.
Liana Werner-Gray — best-selling author of The Earth Diet and Cancer-Free with Food — chats with me about her incredible story of personal recovery, how she defeated her junk food cravings, and the simple recipes you can try at home to enjoy some of the most potent cancer-fighting foods on the planet. Not only that, but you’ll also learn about the vitamin you NEED for cancer prevention, the “super green” Liana swears by, and the best way to shop for healthy ingredients (even on a budget). So whether you’re worried about your diet or just want to learn some great kitchen tips, this episode is an absolute must-listen. Transcript and show notes: drgundry.com/liana-werner-gray
|Jul 15, 2019|
Carnivore Diet: Crazy delicious, or just plain crazy?
Paul Saladino, MD, joins me on this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast to talk all about the controversial carnivore diet — the diet where the ONLY food you eat is meat. Dr. Saladino will explain the science behind the diet and talk about what you can and cannot eat — plus, you’ll get my take on the carnivore diet (should you really try this yourself?). We also argue about the power of plant polyphenols and discuss the ways our two diets might actually share some common ground. Believe me, you won’t want to miss this one! Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/carnivore-diet/
|Jul 08, 2019|
What your doctor DIDN’T tell you about the pill.
Think calling someone hormonal is an insult? Think again.
Every single person on the planet is FILLED with hormones (yes, that includes men!). But some people’s bodies do a better job regulating them — and other people need help.
Sadly, many “routine” practices in women’s health care (particularly ones relating to hormones) are often misguided, shortsighted… even archaic.
Fortunately, my guest, Dr. Jolene Brighten, is working to change that.
Dr. Brighten is a speaker, author, nutritional biochemist, and naturopathic medical doctor who focuses on women’s endocrine health.
She has helped thousands of women address the root causes of chronic pain, acne, anxiety, and other symptoms — helping them regain control of their health.
Dr. Brighten is also an expert on fertility, Post-Birth Control Syndrome, and the long-term effects associated with hormonal birth control.
During this episode, we’ll discuss the long-term effects of using synthetic birth control and how many doctors are inadvertently hurting their female patients.
We’ll also discuss Dr. Brighten’s holistic approach to women’s health care and what YOU can do to balance your hormones at any age.
(Husbands, boyfriends, dads, and brothers — you’ll want to listen to this too! The more you know about the women in your life, the better.)
Dr. Brighten has some amazing insights on how to feel your very best, so you don’t want to miss this.
|Jul 01, 2019|
Dr. Gundry reveals: The secret life of lectins
By now you’ve probably heard all about how toxic plant proteins — called lectins — can wreak havoc on your gut and even cause serious autoimmune diseases.
But ever since I published my best-seller The Plant Paradox back in 2017, people have been asking me this one question:
“Where did your idea about lectins come from?”
Well, I didn’t discover lectins. In fact, the science behind lectins is over 100 years-old!
But I was one of the first people to theorize that lectins are THE major culprit behind so many of our modern ailments.
So on today’s episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I’m going to take you on a journey of discovery. I’ll explain the origins of my lectin theory of disease, share useful tips and tricks for cutting lectins out of your diet, and discuss the case studies that helped solidify my research.
You’re also going to hear me answer some of my fiercest critics and address the serious scientific scholarship underpinning everything I’ve written about lectins.
|Jun 24, 2019|
Can’t quiet your mind to meditate? Here’s why that’s OK:
Stress is the WORST.
It affects your mood, your sleep, and even your gut bacteria. And that can affect your relationships, your job performance, and most importantly, your health.
The worst part is, we all have to deal with stress — some of us every single day.
Fortunately, my guest on today’s episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast might be able to help.
Her name’s Emily Fletcher and she’s the author of a brand new book called Stress Less, Accomplish More and is the founder and lead instructor of the Ziva Meditation program.
In this week’s show, you’ll learn all about Emily’s transformation from a young, stressed out Broadway performer to a meditation teacher helping CEOs and Fortune 500 companies become even MORE successful — all in a little over a decade.
You’re also going to learn the number one misconception about meditation, how YOU can use meditation to reduce your levels of stress and boost your microbiome, and the best way to use both sides of your brain to unlock your creative potential.
Believe me, you won’t want to miss this episode.
|Jun 17, 2019|
Scary needles, fake news, and electric frog face
When it comes to healing, most of us are willing to try whatever we can to make ourselves and our loved ones feel better.
And many of these non-traditional methods are VERY controversial — especially something called energy healing.
While these practices are often dismissed as New Age nonsense or merely as placebo, Dr. Jill Blakeway — my guest on today’s episode — makes a compelling case that energy healing can actually transform the healing process.
Dr. Blakeway has a brand new book out called Energy Medicine: The Science and Mystery of Healing where she talks to practitioners, scientists, and patients about what’s REALLY going on during an energy healing session.
If you’re not already a believer in energy medicine, after hearing Dr. Blakeway address the skeptics, you may come away convinced yourself.
On this episode of the show, we’ll also talk about the science behind energy medicine, about Dr. Blakeway’s ample experience as a practitioner and recipient of energy healing, and about the steps YOU can take to practice energy healing yourself.
|Jun 17, 2019|
172 Marathons, 16 months in prison – but THIS was the hardest thing he did.
For many of us, running a single mile sounds tough — never mind running an entire marathon. Well, my guest has done that, and more. In fact, he’s run the equivalent of 172 marathons — in a row!
On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I speak to ultra marathon runner, author, and motivational speaker Charlie Engle.
Charlie has run 4,500 miles across the Sahara Desert, and spent 16 months in federal prison — but considers his more than two decades of sobriety as one of his biggest feats to date.
He released his memoir, Running Man, three years ago, and has touched countless lives with his story of courage, perseverance, and redemption.
We discuss his struggles and setbacks with addiction and incarceration, and how running helped him overcome adversity and forge ahead. We also chat about his incredible, record-breaking treks around the globe, and how YOU can become a runner too… even if you hate running!
|Jun 03, 2019|
The Longevity Paradox: Your questions, answered
It’s that time again…
Time for me to dive into the mailbag and answer some of your most pressing questions about my latest book, The Longevity Paradox.
On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, you’re going to hear me talk about everything from the dangers of long-distance running to the truth about detoxing with juice.
And if you’ve ever wondered what animal proteins you can eat, what “grass fed” really means, and a few of the best ways to cut your risk of dementia with diet, then you won’t want to miss this episode.
One more thing: If I didn’t answer your question, don’t worry! I’ll be keeping the mailbag open, so keep your eye out for an announcement on my Facebook and Instagram in the weeks and months ahead.
|May 27, 2019|
“Cured” of Crohn’s Disease? How diet makes a difference
Does the idea of radically changing your diet feel scary, intimidating, or even… unrealistic?
If you answered yes, you’ll want to keep listening.
On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I speak with the married couple and real-life Plant Paradox success story, Dave and Jann Hales.
After suffering from autoimmune diseases for years (Dave has Crohn’s Disease and Jann has rheumatoid arthritis) the couple has found complete relief from their symptoms — documenting their experiences on their YouTube channel, AZ Life Cooking.
On it, they share healthy recipes and product reviews, while offering support and advice to other people following The Plant Paradox.
Today, they’ll open up about the health struggles that led them to a lectin-free lifestyle, and how it has completely transformed their lives.
They’ll also share some of their favorite recipes, and offer some “insider” tips to help YOU find success on the diet.
|May 20, 2019|
Dr. Mercola reveals: the truth about “keto fasting”
You’ve probably heard of the keto diet and you may have heard of intermittent fasting…
But are these just the latest dieting fads?
Or should you start incorporating these into your own wellness program?
Well, my guest on today’s episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Dr. Joseph Mercola, will separate fact from fiction and discuss how YOU can use fasting and ketogenic principles to start losing weight and improve your overall health today.
Dr. Mercola has a brand new book out called KetoFast: Rejuvenate Your Health with a Step-by-Step Guide to Timing Your Ketogenic Meals and it is an absolute treasure trove of wisdom you won’t want to miss.
On today’s episode, we’ll dive into the science behind fasting and the keto diet to show you why — and how — you should start incorporating these strategies into your everyday routine.
We’ll also discuss the power of fasting, the “cigarette of the 21st century” (stick around for this one — it’s a doozy), and the two things you need to know about the popular “carnivore diet.”
|May 13, 2019|
Failure is healthy: Here’s why.
Ever wanted to try a new hobby but couldn’t get started because you were worried about being bad at it? It happens to the best of us…
Fortunately, my guest on today’s episode is going to share a way for YOU to overcome your fear failure.
Writer and publisher Karen Rinaldi had always wanted to surf, but many of her old fears had held her back: Fear of deep water, fear of failing, and most importantly, a fear of looking foolish.
But to Karen’s surprise, as soon as she had her first lesson she was hooked. But that doesn’t mean she was a natural — far from it! It took Karen 5 years before she finally was able to paddle out and successfully ride a wave.
Now she’s sharing her experience in a brand new book with a wonderful title. It’s called (It’s Great to) Suck at Something and on today’s episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, Karen and I are going to chat all about the power of “sucking at something.”
We’ll also discuss how you can use new hobbies to stay physically and mentally sharp as you age and the fears that might be holding YOU back from getting started.
So if you’ve ever dreamed of learning a new language, traveling the world, or taking up a hobby like pottery-making or snowboarding, you’ll learn why it’s actually important to your health to try it — even if you’re terrible at it!
|May 06, 2019|
Being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis changed her career… here’s how.
The topic of this episode affects 35 million Americans — so chances are, you or someone you know, could be suffering from it.
It’s an autoimmune disease that attacks your thyroid, plaguing you with painful, frustrating, and even debilitating symptoms — many of which are “invisible” to the naked eye.
I’m talking about Hashimoto’s Disease, a condition that can knock the wind out of your sails — and often take years to diagnose.
The good news is, you can fight back.
On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I talk to Izabella Wentz, a pharmacist and author of Hashimoto’s Food Pharmacology.
After being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Disease at 27, Izabella began studying its root causes, and found the right diet can dramatically decrease your symptoms.
On this episode, we’ll discuss the Hashimoto’s epidemic, the plight of the female patient, and the shocking connection between Hashimoto’s Disease and Bipolar Disorder.
We’ll also discuss where thyroid meds fall short, the healing powers of going lectin-free, and the “restaurant tip” Izabella swears by.
|Apr 29, 2019|
The secrets of the world’s most successful people, revealed
Ever wonder what it would be like to get in the head of basketball legend Kobe Bryant? The famed martial artist Bruce Lee? The Oscar winning actor, Tom Hanks? The nation’s 39th president, Jimmy Carter?
Well, my guest knows.
On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I chat with the New York Times bestselling author, longtime Esquire columnist, and host of the Big Questions podcast, Cal Fussman.
Cal has spoken to some of the biggest names in sports, politics, business, and entertainment — connecting with them on an intimate level and sharing their wisdom and insight with his readers.
You’ll hear what Cal learned from the famed boxer, Muhammad Ali, why “try” is a dirty word, and what Steve Jobs and other highly successful people have in common.
We’ll also discuss “the habits of excellence,” and how asking questions can shape your career, boost your health… and even get your kids to open up!
|Apr 22, 2019|
Diets, Eating Disorders, and Healthy Obsessions
What do you think about when you hear the word “diet?”
For some people, the word diet is just like the word “no.” Some think dieting means cutting out many of the foods you love to eat or depriving yourself by eating less.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I chat with weight loss expert Eliza Kingsford about how YOU can take power back from the word “diet.” Once you’ve taken back that power you can lose weight, stay healthy, and keep extra weight off for good.
Eliza is a licensed psychotherapist and an expert on body image, weight loss, overweight and obesity, eating disorders and food addiction. She’s spent years working with overweight and obese teens at her Empowered Wellness Camp, helping them to lose weight and keep it off.
She also just released a brand new book called Brain-Powered Weight Loss about the psychological connection between what we eat and how we feel.
We’ll talk about all these topics and more, including how to develop a “healthy obsession” and how to deal with some of the most common misconceptions about healthy eating. We’ll even discuss the effect screen time is having on us, our kids, and our grandkids (hint: It’s not good!).
|Apr 15, 2019|
Biohacking — Bulletproof Style
Could you live to be 120 — or even 180 — by “hacking” your biology?
And what do the highest-performing, longest-living people on the planet do to stay happy and healthy well into their 90s and beyond?
On this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, I explore these questions with world-famous “biohacker” Dave Asprey. Dave’s the founder of Bulletproof Coffee and most recently the author of Game Changers: What Leaders, Innovators, and Mavericks Do to Win at Life.
Dave interviewed over 500 experts (including me!) while researching Game Changers — and on today’s show, he’ll share some of the most important tips and secrets that you can use in your own life.
We’ll also dive deep into the science of longevity and reveal some of our most effective “hacks” for slashing brain fog, reducing stress, and boosting your performance (no matter what you do).
You’ll also hear why Dave thinks he’ll live to be 180 and why that may not be as crazy as it sounds.
|Apr 08, 2019|
Strength Training, TRX, And The TRUTH About Working Out
Have you ever thought about how much time you really spend sitting every single day? Maybe you drive to and from work, sit in front of a computer screen, and by the time you get home you’re so exhausted all you want to do is lie down on the couch…
Well, the average American now spends 21 hours a day sitting or sleeping, leaving just three hours for standing, walking, and moving around. And study after study has shown how all this sitting is making us sicker and shortening our lifespans.
So what can you do about it — especially when it can be so hard to find the time to get moving?
Well, on this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I’ll be talking to Brett Bartholomew, a fitness expert who works with high-performance athletes and the best-selling author of Conscious Coaching: The Art and Science of Building Buy-In.
Brett and I discuss the absolute easiest ways for YOU to get up and moving (even if it means doing a few squats while brushing your teeth!). We’ll also discuss motivation, dealing with negativity, the “Little League” mistake many parents are making, and much, much more.
|Apr 01, 2019|
Could Your Gut-Brain Connection Save Your Life?
What happens when your doctor doesn’t listen to you? Or worse, what if your doctor tells you that what you’re feeling is all in your head? What do you do? Who can you turn to? Well, that’s exactly what happened to today’s guest. In her late teens, Allison Post — health coach and author of “The Gut Wellness Guide” —began suffering from unexplainable and debilitating pains and infections. But every time she went to a doctor, she always heard the same thing: Nothing’s wrong with you. They told her to take an antibiotic and some painkillers and wait for her symptoms to get better. Except they didn’t. Pretty soon, Allison’s worst fears became a reality as she found herself in an emergency ward with a 104 degree fever fighting for her life. What happened next changed Allison’s life forever. She’s become an advocate for personalized care and holistic medicine because she understands how important it is for people to know someone is really trying to understand what’s wrong with them. On today’s episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, Allison and I discuss her incredible story, what it means to truly listen to your body, and how you can use a few simple tools to radically change your health and your life.
|Mar 25, 2019|
Dr. Gundry’s Top Longevity Myths, Revealed
Who doesn’t want to live the longest, healthiest life possible? I know I do!
So what if YOU could unlock all the secrets of the longest-lived people on the planet?
Well, I’ve got great news: You can.
In my latest book, The Longevity Paradox, I pull back the curtain on the secrets of the world’s “super-agers” and explain how YOU can live a longer, more active life. You’re going to learn what I call the “7 Deadly Myths of Aging” and the Nobel Prize-winning secret proven to extend the human lifespan.
And the best part is it’s not rocket science — in fact, most of my recommendations are things you can start doing at home today to de-age your skin, reduce joint pain, and get up and active again.
So to give you a sneak peek at the new book, I’ve made this special episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast. Listen in to learn three of the most common aging myths and what you can do about them. I’m also going to share the #1 vitamin you need to add to your diet right now to activate your telomeres, a key marker of longevity.
|Mar 20, 2019|
Dr. Gundry Reveals: The Painful Truth About Migraine Headaches
If you’ve ever suffered from a migraine, you know just how challenging it can be to get through your day. You know the symptoms: Throbbing pain in your head, sensitivity to light and noise, and blurry vision — to name just a few.
That’s why on today’s episode of the show, I’m going to talk to you about what might be causing your migraines and, more importantly, what you can do about them.
You’ll hear the story of Jane, the patient who first opened my eyes to the connection between lectins and migraines, and I’ll explain the foods that could be making your headaches worse. I’ll also explains the steps you can take today to start cutting out your migraines fast.
Be sure to stay tuned to the end, because I’m going to discuss a few of the foods you’ve been asking me about, like buckwheat and chia seeds. Then I’m going to share the one hobby you should avoid for better health and the one hobby that can help you live a longer, healthier life.
|Mar 18, 2019|
Yes, You CAN Exercise Too Much! Will Ahmed Talks Overtraining
Did you know a big week at work can be harder on your body than running a marathon? Or that playing a spirited game of ping pong can affect your ability to “throw down” on the tennis court?
Harvard graduate and entrepreneur Will Ahmed says your body can be under immense strain… without you even knowing it!
With that in mind, he created a system to uncover the “secrets” your body is trying to tell you.
That system is WHOOP, a wearable band Will describes as a “24/7 life coach.”
WHOOP gathers data on your heart rate, temperature, respiration, sleep patterns, and other metrics — helping you understand how your body works, and what it needs to thrive.
Ultimately, this can help you train smarter, sleep better, and even deal with jet lag! And for Dr. Gundry Podcast listeners, you’ll receive $30 off – enter code “gundry” for $30 off a new Whoop Strap 2.0 and subscription at join.whoop.com.
On today’s show, Will and I will discuss how his experience as a college squash player inspired him to create WHOOP. We’ll also talk about how WHOOP is helping elite athletes, and Fortune 500 executives “bounce back” from everyday stressors — and how it can help YOU, too. Additionally, Will shares a simple “hack” to avoid feeling rundown, takes on WHOOP’s critics, and discusses the “big picture” implications of using data to optimize human performance.
|Mar 11, 2019|
Exclusive: Hannah Bronfman’s Secrets To Wellness, Revealed
Pizza and beer may make you feel good in the moment — but after an hour there’s a good chance you won’t be feeling so good anymore. Many of us do this: We eat what “feels good” in the moment without thinking about how we’re going to feel later. So many foods don’t really satisfy you. Instead they leave you feeling tired and hungrier than before you sat down to eat!
Entrepreneur and author Hannah Bronfman says it’s time to make a change. In her new book, Do What Feels Good: Recipes, Remedies, and Routines to Treat Your Body Right, Bronfman explains how people can live a lifestyle based on listening to their bodies and eating the foods that make them feel happiest and healthiest — without overindulging.
I’ve been telling my patients for years about the importance of listening to their bodies and connecting what they eat to how they feel. And on today’s show, Bronfman and I will discuss the surprising connection between your diet and breakouts you might be getting!
Bronfman will also discuss what it means to “do what feels good,” discuss her personal struggles with body image and an unhealthy relationship to food, and offer some practical tips about how to start listening to your own body, eat what makes YOU feel good, and have fun. But be warned: Bronfman’s positive attitude and approach to eating and wellness are contagious — you may even want to start doing what feels good as soon as you’ve finished listening!
|Mar 04, 2019|
Bone Broth Benefits
As many of you already know, Steven Gundry MD has a reputation for maintaining healthy skepticism. If you’ve been watching the videos on this channel, you may have seen him debunking certain health myths and fads, from the carnivore diet or wheatgrass shots.
But just because it’s a fad, doesn’t mean it’s necessarily bad. And, in the case of bone broth, it certainly combines some contradictory (you might even say “paradoxical” elements) for followers of the Plant Paradox. The first hint is in the name… bone broth, after all, is based in animal protein, which should be approached with caution. However, there are some pretty amazing claims (i.e. it helps heal leaky gut, boosts the immune system and even reduces cellulite??).
But, could all these claims be true, or have they been overhyped by marketing companies? Let’s find out! In this video, Steven Gundry MD evaluates the major health claims associated with this alleged superfood. So whether you’ve recently considered jumping on the bone broth bandwagon, or even if it’s already a staple in your diet, it never hurts to see the bigger picture.
|Feb 25, 2019|
Can THIS Controversial Scan Reveal The Truth About Brain Health?
“If I can see it, I can change it”
When he began studying psychiatry, Dr. Daniel Amen’s dad asked him why he didn’t want to become a “real doctor”. And that was just the beginning of a career full of profession-related misconceptions, including the stigma-loaded narrative that psychiatry is only for “crazy” people.
But instead of accepting the prevailing narrative, Dr. Amen worked to revolutionize the psychiatric field from within. Having been trained as an x-ray technician, Dr. Amen was one of extremely few psychiatric doctors who was actually interested in studying the brain itself. Using controversial brain-imaging SPECT scans has allowed him to catch problems in the brain before they develop into more serious conditions (such as Alzheimer’s), and also to identify the physical causes of trauma (i.e. alcohol, physical trauma, nutrition).
Dr. Amen has overcome huge social and institutional pressures in his career, to become America’s “most famous psychiatrist”. He has also published multiple best-selling books (including a #1 New York Times bestseller called Memory Rescue).
In this episode of the podcast….
Dr. Daniel Amen, talks to Dr. Gundry about why he hates the term “mental illness”, why getting less sleep hinders your ability to make good decisions (gulp!), how you can actively change your mood by killing ANTs (automatic negative thoughts), and why he believes that psychiatric problems are actually brain problems.
Get in touch with Daniel Amen:
|Feb 18, 2019|
How Shawn Stevenson Beat Degenerative Disc Disease
While he was still in college, Shawn Stevenson (a lifelong athlete) was diagnosed with degenerative disc disease, and told that he would be in pain for the rest of his life. Following the diagnosis, Shawn “took it easy” (at his doctor’s suggestion) and gained 50 pounds.
But after getting caught up in the vicious cycle of taking lots of medication, becoming depressed and lacking a sense of purpose, he finally reached a breaking point and made the decision to get healthy.
And not only did Shawn lose the weight and reach the peak of his physical fitness, he also began a career in strength and nutrition coaching. Today, he’s a bestselling author and host of The Model Health Show podcast.
In this episode of the podcast….
Shawn Stevenson talks to Dr. Gundry about degenerative disc disease, the debilitating effects of the “nocebo” effect, the struggles of a college diet, and how improving your sleep can help you lose stubborn weight. He also shares some life-changing insights from his most recent book, “Sleep Smarter”.
Get in touch with Shawn Stevenson:
|Feb 11, 2019|
Arianna Huffington: Stress, Burnout, and The Plant Paradox
Arianna Huffington, Founder of the Huffington Post, Thrive Global and named one of Forbes Most Powerful Women shares her personal story about the traumatic fall that changed her life’s mission. She now strives to end the stress and burnout epidemic working women and men face every day.
In this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, you’ll get learn tips to help you unwind, disconnect, and eat right as you strive for success.
|Feb 03, 2019|
Coconuts: Health Food, Or Lectin Bomb?
For those of us following the Plant Paradox, or any diet for that matter, it can be difficult to toe the line between finding dietary “alternatives”, and straight up cheating on the diet. It doesn’t help when we see items on the “no” list proudly displayed at the local health food store. Or, when a food item becomes so popular, we can’t distinguish whether it’s a fad or… actually healthy.
For many people (and despite hours of Googling), these questions go unanswered. This is why Dr. Gundry is back with another Q&A episode of the podcast: to help you ditch the fads and keep on track with your health goals!
|Jan 28, 2019|
Brainwashed By Fruit? Your Plant Paradox Questions, Answered
We can all fall into traps and bad habits when it comes to nutrition, particularly when items are marketed as health foods. And fruit is a huge trap for a lot of people.
As dedicated Dr. Gundry listeners already know: our bodies were not designed to eat fruit all year round. However, since we’ve evolved to salivate at the sight of yummy fruits (as a means to bulk up for winter), it becomes really hard to resist those juicy-looking clementines in the produce aisle.
In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Gundry answers your questions and helps you reconcile the gap between what you want to eat, and what you should be eating.
|Jan 21, 2019|
Is Your Dog The Best Medicine? | Tamar Geller
When dog trainer and bestselling author Tamar Geller first moved to the United States, she had no experience working with animals. She describes her former self as a ‘dog liker’ – but she was yet to become a dog lover. In fact, she would go on to become the official dog expert for the Today Show, would publish multiple books and work with A-list celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, and help them form lifetime bonds with their beloved pets.
As a guest on the podcast, Tamar Geller tells Dr. Gundry her unique methods for building a loving relationship with your furry friend, and even shares her experiences of following Dr. Gundry’s Plant Paradox diet!
Get in touch with Tamar Geller:
|Jan 14, 2019|
Why Cutting Grains Can Save Your Life | Dr. David Perlmutter
Dr. David Perlmutter, four-time New York Times bestselling author, sits down with me to talk about how he struggled to spread his anti-grain, anti-sugar message in a world that still abides by the old saying: “Everything in moderation.” We’ll also chat about how he’s learned to deal with his critics and how YOU can use his method to improve your health.
So if you’re one of the people who prefers to learn the inconvenient truths – and act on them before it’s too late – this episode of the podcast is for you!
|Jan 07, 2019|
The Holistic Approach To Cancer Treatment | Dr. Laura Nasi
There is a tendency in our culture, especially in recent years, to gravitate towards extremes. Some of us put our faith in conventional medicine, while others decide to opt for a completely holistic approach. But what if we could do both? Integrative oncologist Dr. Laura Nasi was trained in conventional medicine practice, but she also believes that lifestyle changes can play a fundamental role in your long-term health and vitality. In this podcast, she speaks to Dr. Gundry about her work in cancer treatment, her experiences as a mind-body medicine practitioner, and even reveals some of the lessons from her recent book,”Cancer as a Wake-Up Call”.
Dr. Laura Nasi:
|Dec 31, 2018|
Are there GOOD lectins? Plant Paradox loopholes
Sticking to a lectin-free diet is tough, particularly when so many of the foods we’re accustomed to eating contain this harmful protein. So naturally, a lot of people want to know: is there any way to prepare or cook foods in a way that get rid of these pesky lectins. In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Gundry shares the loopholes that will allow you to have your yams, and eat them too.
|Dec 24, 2018|
How to EYEBALL lectin content | Dr. Steven Gundry
Our eyes can spot which foods we should eat without us realizing it! In this podcast, Dr. Steven Gundry shares how you can “eyeball” lectin content.
Color, plant-type and texture can tell you a whole lot about lectin content.
Dr. Gundry also shares how, if done properly, a gluten-free diet can do wonders for your health. (This being may peoples first step into a “lectin-free lifestyle.” HOWEVER, many people (despite there best intentions), end up replacing gluten with foods that contain an even HIGHER concentration of harmful lectins, also it will increase your sensitivity to lectins.
|Dec 17, 2018|
The 1 food ALL menopausal women should eat daily
What’s the truth about estrogen and menopause?
Dr. Gundry explores the connection between modern diet, hormones, and the changing nature of menopause – it’s something every woman on earth will go through – and the truth about Menopause will SHOCK you.
Interested in Dr. Gundry’s new book? You can preorder it now: The Plant Paradox Quick and Easy: The 30-Day Plan to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Live Lectin Free?
Stay tuned for more on Dr. Gundry’s 30 Day Challenge starting this January!
|Dec 09, 2018|
A day in the life of a “fat burner” | Dr. James DiNicolantonio
Ketogenic diet, vegan diet, paleo diet… we all know the success stories, but what we don’t often hear about the failures. The reality is, a lot of us are following these diets without seeing significant improvements in our weight and physical appearance.
When it comes to the ketogenic diet, many of us don’t realize that there is a huge difference between good and bad fats.
In this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, we hear from Dr. James DiNicolantonio, co-author of Superfuel: Ketogenic Keys to Unlock the Secrets of Good Fats, Bad Fats and Great Health, to learn more about what we should eat, and how to distinguish good fats from bad fats. Dr. James DiNicolantonio:
Interested in Dr. Gundry’s new book? You can preorder it now: The Plant Paradox Quick and Easy: The 30-Day Plan to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Live Lectin Free?
Stay tuned for more on Dr. Gundry’s 30 Day Challenge starting this January!
|Dec 03, 2018|
How To: healthy holiday substitutes for plant paradox followers
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – but if you’re not ready, the holiday season can be downright dangerous for your gut.
Dr. Gundry and his in-house recipe developer Kate talk holiday meals, festive hacks, and yes – turkey. This year, we’ll let you in on ALL the secrets, to enjoy a happy, HEALTHY holiday season.
Interested in Dr. Gundry’s new book? You can preorder it now: The Plant Paradox Quick and Easy: The 30-Day Plan to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Live Lectin Free?
Stay tuned for more on Dr. Gundry’s 30 Day Challenge starting this January!
|Nov 26, 2018|
This new way of stretching could extend your life | Sita Hagenburg
Are weight loss and flexibility connected? Is it possible to get fit, flexible, and achieve sustained weight loss, using the same method?
Dr. Gundry interviews Sita Hagenburg and John Kelly from the Bendable Body Method, a program that has “re-invented stretching” by helping their clients to achieve a lasting flexible physique through targeting the mind, body and soul.
Try Sita and John’s FREE TRAINING SERIES. The 3 part series (with 3 videos) will air between January 2nd and January 9th.
The Bendable Body Method:
Click for PDF to see stretches from Sita and John.
|Nov 19, 2018|
Sustainable food in an underwater ranch? | Phil Cruver
Dr. Steven Gundry sits down with Phil Cruver, serial entrepreneur and Founder/ CEO of Catalina Sea Ranch, a 100-acre sea estate that produces sustainably-raised mussels.
Phil has also written over 100 articles published in national magazines and trade journals relating to his various businesses, and has had two patents awarded from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Catalina Sea Ranch:
|Nov 12, 2018|
Are we addicted to chemicals in soil? l Eugenia Bone
Nature and food author, Eugenia Bone and Dr. Gundry talk about the importances of microbes (aka gut bugs) in this episode. Microbiology is the new frontier in human health, agriculture, and environmental science, for starters. It is the science of life, and yet most people don’t have the chops to understand what is being discovered and reported on. Fifty percent of the world is microbial, which means if we don’t have a little microbiology under our belts, we can’t understand half of ourselves.
Bone’s work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Food & Wine among other publications. She is a member of the National Association of Science Writers. Her books include Mycophilia, The Kitchen Ecosystem, and her most recent Microbia.
Eugenia Bone: Website – http://www.eugeniabone.com/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/eugeniabone?lang=en
Buy Microbia here – https://amzn.to/2Dk4k9y
|Nov 04, 2018|
Are you smarter than a plant? | Monica Gagliano PhD
Dr. Gundry and biologist Monica Gagliano sit down to get to the bottom of plant intelligence, plant memory, and Monica’s new book, which she says “may freak some people out” simply because of the exciting plant wisdom she uncovers.
Want to have your questions answered on The Dr. Gundry Podcast? Use “#AskGundry” on social media.
Monica Gagliano, PhD, is a research associate professor of evolutionary ecology at the Centre of Evolutionary Biology at the University of Western Australia, a research affiliate at the Sydney Environment Institute at the University of Sydney and former fellow of the Australian Research Council.
She pioneered the brand-new research field of plant bioacoustics, experimentally demonstrating for the first time that plants emit their own ‘voices’ and detect and respond to the sounds of their environments. By demonstrating that learning is not the exclusive province of animals, Gagliano has ignited the discourse on plant subjectivity and their ethical and legal standing.
In collaboration with various disciplines across the Sciences and the Humanities, her research aims at expanding our perception of animals, plants and more generally Nature. In the process of learning how to do this, I have pioneered the brand-new research field of plant bioacoustics and extended the concept of cognition to plants, re-igniting the discourse on plant subjectivity, sentience and ethical standing.
Website – https://www.monicagagliano.com/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/monica_gagliano?l…
Buy Thus Spoke the Plant here – https://amzn.to/2PPRket
|Oct 28, 2018|
Ask Dr. Gundry: children, nursing moms and ketchup substitute
In this week’s episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Dr. Gundry’s continues answering your questions. So, if want to know about whether or not children should be on the Plant Paradox program, his recommendations for pregnant and nursing moms and a brilliant substitute for ketchup tune in!
Want to have your questions answered on The Dr. Gundry Podcast?
Use “#AskGundry” on social media.
|Oct 22, 2018|
Ask Dr. Gundry: Olive oil, pigs & more
You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Dr Gundry’s here to answer all of your burning questions – whether you want to know the TRUTH about olive oil, groundbreaking longevity secrets, or simply the best way to live a long, healthy life.
Want to have your questions answered on The Dr. Gundry Podcast?
Use “#AskGundry” on social media.
|Oct 14, 2018|
“NY Nightclub King” turned philanthropist l Scott Harrison
How does one man go from working at the hottest nightclubs in New York to saving the world, one glass of water at a time?
Dr. Gundry and Scott Harrison sit down to chat about Charity: Water, Scott’s groundbreaking charity that has turned the nonprofit world on its head. And it’s never been more important – because even with all our modern technology, over 633 million people worldwide are living without clean water. And with diseases from dirty water killing more people every year than all forms of violence, including war, it’s time to make a change.
|Oct 07, 2018|
The Truth About Calorie Restriction l Prof. Valter Longo
Dr. Gundry and Longevity expert Valter Longo sit down to uncover the truth about the optimal diet for longevity.
Keep listening to learn about the longevity “light switch” your genes might be missing, the true impact of sugar on your diet, and some surprising truths about calorie restriction that we’re just uncovering after all this time.
Click HERE to read the interview.
|Sep 30, 2018|
Alzheimer’s should be a RARE disease I Dr. Dale Bredesen
Dr. Dale Bredesen, an internationally recognized expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease, shares his findings and how The Plant Paradox parallels with his own research.
He is the author of The End of Alzheimers.
In this week’s episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Bredesen shares his research about people diagnosed with Alzheimers, as well as, the stories of patients who have seen an improvement in memory overtime after following his program.
|Sep 23, 2018|
What leads to dementia? One man’s quest for answers
Max Lugavere, the author of New York Times best-selling book Genius Foods, shares his personal story about how his mother’s dementia diagnosis changed his life and led him to drastically change careers. After years of research he learned that the “Western diet and lifestyle” was in-part to blame. We’ll discuss this and more on this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast.
|Sep 16, 2018|
Lead Psychiatrist shares “The secret to “brain growth”
NY Times Best Selling Author Dr. Dan Siegel joins Dr. Steven Gundry to share how meditation changed his life.
His new book Aware unlocks “the science and practice of presence.”
The books is an in-depth look at the science that underlies meditation’s effectiveness, the book teaches readers how to harness the power of the principle “where attention goes, neural firing flows, and neural connection grows.”
|Sep 09, 2018|
How to become a fat-burner: Keto v. Plant Paradox
The book Ketotarian highlights “the (mostly) plant-based plan to burn fat, boost your energy, crush your cravings, and calm inflammation.”
Learn more about Dr. Will Cole: www.drwillcole.com.
|Sep 03, 2018|
“I felt like a new person!” Why going grain-free matters
In the pilot episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast, Dr. Steven Gundry sits down with fashion model turned health food author Annabelle Lee who says she’s been able to “manage” her autoimmune disease through diet changes in her new book The Ultimate Grain-Free Cookbook.
Go on a journey with Dr. Gundry as Annabelle shares her experience and the new ways to treat herself through diet changes alone.
|Aug 28, 2018|