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The Natural State with Dr. Anthony Gustin
54 minutes | 6 days ago
120: Dr. Anthony Gustin - (Q&A #10) - Keto Long Term, How Muscles Get Energy in a Low Carb State, Drinking on Keto, and More
Can you stay in ketosis long term? Or should you use keto cyclically? If I’m in a low-carb state, how do my muscles get energy? What if I want to reintroduce carbs back into my diet? How would I go about doing that? What’s the key to maintaining metabolic flexibility? Is it possible to enjoy drinks on keto? What about caffeine? Chris Irvin, the Education Manager at Perfect Keto, co-author of the book Keto Answers, and The Ketologist, and Dr. Anthony Gustin are back by popular demand to answer those burning questions and more. So if you’ve ever wanted to know if it’s safe to follow a keto diet long-term, if it’s possible to add some carbs back in, and whether or not you can enjoy mixed drinks on keto, this episode has those answers for you. Chris and Dr. Gustin also go over creating metabolically flexibility, why too much caffeine isn’t a good thing, and so much more. Dr. Anthony Gustin is a board-certified chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner who founded both Perfect Keto and Equip Foods. As you’ll hear about in this episode, it is his belief that our artificial habitats have forced us into having artificial health problems and this show is his attempt to dive deep into topics like nutrition, sleep, movement, relationships, and more so you can reclaim your natural state of health. Tune into the episode now to see the answers to some of the most popular questions people have regarding a keto diet.
63 minutes | 13 days ago
119: Dr. Molly Maloof - How to Extend Your Lifespan and Improve Your Quality of Life
Dr. Molly Maloof, a physician, tech advisor, and entrepreneur, comes on the podcast to share what it takes to optimize your health beyond just focusing on nutrition and exercise. So you’ll discover what that looks like, why addressing these other areas of health can be so life changing, and why your focus should be on extending your lifespan (and how to do this). Dr. Maloof also goes into other topics like psychedelics, a foundational principle of health, nurturing personal relationships and why this matters, and where our current Covid-19 pandemic is heading. As mentioned earlier, Dr. Molly Maloof is a physician, tech advisor, entrepreneur, and she teaches at Stanford University. Her focus is on helping people optimize their health -- using unconventional practices -- and extend their lifespans. She doesn’t believe in running your health to the ground in order to maximize productivity and output and she’s focused on improving our health care using a radically different approach. You’ll hear more about those topics and so much more when you check out the episode. Tune in now!
59 minutes | 20 days ago
118: Dr. John Jaquish - Why Your Weight Lifting Routine is Wasting Your Time
If you’re someone who strength trains regularly yet you can’t seem to make any real progress, this podcast episode is for you. Dr. John Jaquish, who happens to be a scientist, inventor, and The Wall Street Journal best-selling author, explains in this podcast episode, this is an all too common problem that many gym goers face. And the root cause may surprise you. Dr. Jaquish believes that weight lifting is actually a huge waste of time. And no matter how many different programs you try, you’re not going to get the results you want because it’s an ineffective form of exercise. He also suggests that cardio is even worse for you. So the question becomes, what is the best way to workout? You’ll find the answer to that and more in this podcast episode. Along with that, Dr. Jaquish and Dr. Anthony Gustin dive into why going to the gym won’t help, how the equipment in most gyms is useless, genetic differences between athletes and regular people, and what it really takes to create muscle synthesis. Dr. John Jaquish has spent his life researching and developing a better approach to health. He understood that most people don’t have several hours per week to work out and, even if they did, it’s not an effective way to improve health. So he set out to change that and eventually invented a bone density building technology known as the X3. This powerful piece of equipment can help people build muscle faster than weight training and it has the lowest risk of joint injuries while doing so. His method is so powerful that the entire Miami Heat team uses it, along with other NFL and NBA athletes as well as Olypmians. Find out why that is and how you can improve your workout efforts today by tuning into the episode now.
68 minutes | a month ago
117: Dr. Anthony Gustin - (Q&A #9) - Fixing the Farming Industry, PUFAs in Meat, Lab Grown Meat, and Why It’s Crucial to Eat Locally
Chris Irvin, The Ketologist and Education Manager at Perfect Keto, and Dr. Anthony Gustin sit down for their ninth Q&A episode. In this one, Dr. Anthony Gustin talks about why he bought a farm with his fiance, his plans for it, and what he hopes to do differently compared to most farms out there. Dr. Gustin also shares his thoughts on why commercial farming is bad for the environment and what can be done to change that. You may not think that farming has anything to do with you but, if the food you’re eating is coming from commercial farming, your health is going to be negatively affected by it. Find out why that is in this episode along with some other key topics such as polyunsaturated fatty acids in meat and why lab grown meat is just as detrimental to the environment. Dr. Anthony Gustin is a board-certified chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner who started both Perfect Keto and Equip Foods. It’s his belief that our artificial habitats have forced us into having artificial health problems and this show is his attempt to dive deep into topics like nutrition, sleep, movement, relationships and more so that you can reclaim your natural state of health. When you tune in, you’ll discover why commercial farming is detrimental to your health and the health of the environment and what can be done to change that. Check out the episode now!
54 minutes | a month ago
116: Carly Johnson - Reversing Hashimoto’s Symptoms and Eliminating Household Toxins
Carly Johnson, a non-toxic living expert and certified health coach, didn’t take the traditional path to wellness that most of the experts that come on this podcast have. She was going about her life with little regard for her health and she was eating a typical standard American diet. It wasn’t until a health scare forced her to re-evaluate her ways and see that she could be doing things drastically different. And when conventional medicine wasn’t working, she knew there had to be a better way. So she dove in deep to what else she could be doing to improve her health and it changed her life completely. Carly comes on the show to share her journey and what she changed in order to see such incredible results. On top of adjusting her diet, which she also discusses in this episode, Carly shares some unexpected areas that could be contributing to poor health. From water filtration systems to the toxins found in commercial fragrances, you’ll discover what else could be negatively affecting your health and how to eliminate them starting today. Carly and Dr. Anthony Gustin also chat about detoxification and juice cleanses and what you could be doing instead. In addition to being a non-toxic living expert and certified health coach, Carly’s also a Hashimoto’s advocate since she personally experienced the debilitating symptoms of this autoimmune disorder. You’ll hear more about her journey with Hashimoto’s, including what’s worked for her, what she wishes she knew sooner, how to take care of yourself, and what you can do to reduce toxins in your environment (and why you’d want to do this in the first place). Tune into the episode now to learn more!
60 minutes | 2 months ago
115: Dr. Anthony Jay - The Surprising Hormone Disrupting Chemicals Wreaking Havoc on Your Health
Xenoestrogens, or chemicals that act like estrogen in the body, could already be lurking in your house and wreaking havoc on your hormones without you even realizing it. You may have heard of one of the most popular ones, BPA, which is commonly found in plastics, but that’s just the beginning here. That’s why Dr. Anthony Jay, a best-selling author and lead researcher for the Mayo Clinic, comes on the show to discuss more about these xenoestrogens. Dr. Jay has been researching these for years and even published a book on the topic. So he’s a top expert that can explain where these harmful chemicals are hiding, why they’re so dangerous, and what you can do to eliminate them from your life. On top of diving into this topic on a deeper level, Dr. Jay and Dr. Anthony Gustin also veer off into other important ones like DNA testing, water filtration, avoiding grains and high-carb diets, epigenetics, and intermittent fasting. Since all of these can play a significant role in your hormone health, they’re just as crucial to pay attention to, as you’ll learn in this episode. Dr. Jay received a Ph.D in biochemistry from Boston University’s Medical School and went off to spend time researching Alzheimer’s disease, cholesterol, fats, and hormone health. He’s currently a top researcher at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota where he focuses on stem cells, epigenetics, and infrared light. Through this career path, he discovered just how much of an impact hormone disrupting chemicals can have on our health. When you tune into this episode, you’ll learn more about the top offenders, why they’re so dangerous, and what can be done to eliminate them from your life. Check it out now to learn more!
62 minutes | 2 months ago
114: Dr. Benjamin Bikman - The Driving Force Behind Chronic Diseases
If you’ve ever wondered why some people get sick with chronic diseases, today’s guest, Dr. Benjamin Bikman, a top researcher, author, and lecturer, has the answer. When you tune into this episode with Dr. Anthony Gustin and Dr. Bikman, you’ll hear more about how Dr. Bikman learned what was to blame, his simple yet effective framework for combating this issue and preventing chronic diseases from surfacing, and what diseases are connected to this issue. You’ll also learn what tests you can have done to see if this is currently a problem for you. Dr. Bikman also dives into how intermittent fasting is a great tool to use here but only when done correctly, which he’ll share more about. If you’re not familiar with Dr. Bikman’s work, he received a doctorate degree in bioenergetics and a master’s degree in exercise physiology. Since achieving those, he went on to study the causes of metabolic disorders like obesity, type 2 diabetes, and dementia as a leading researcher at Brigham Young University where he was also a professor for over a decade. He publishes his work in peer-reviewed journals and presents across the globe (pre-Covid) at international science conferences and continues to study the role of insulin in the body. On top of his academic achievements, Dr. Bikman recently published a book titled, Why We Get Sick: The Hidden Epidemic at the Root of Most Chronic Disease—and How to Fight It, which you’ll also hear more about in this episode. Dr. Bikman also addresses why our current nutritional advice is outdated and causing more people to get sick and what can be done to fix it starting today. Tune into this eye-opening episode now to learn more!
38 minutes | 2 months ago
113: Dr. Mark Hyman - Fixing Our Food System
Dr. Hyman is a well-known family physician at the Cleveland Clinic who has written six best-selling books. In his latest one, Food Fix, he discusses how our food system is contributing to worse health outcomes. And he comes on the show with Dr. Anthony Gustin to share a sneak peek into what he dives into with that book. So you’ll hear more about what’s wrong with our current food system, why it’s making people sick instead of better, what we can do about it, and what these changes could bring about as a result. By tuning in, you’ll hear more about his research and the profound effects our food system has on our healthcare, the economy, and the environment. You’ll also learn more about how this problem contributed to such devastating effects from the Coronavirus and how this could have been drastically reduced had we taken these important steps sooner. In case you’re not familiar with Dr. Mark Hyman’s work, he’s a popular family physician as well as a speaker and advocate for Functional Medicine on top of being a best-selling author. He also works extremely hard as an activist to change our food system on a global scale. Dr. Hyman has testified before the Senate Working Group on Health Care Reform and he’s consulted with the surgeon general on diabetes prevention in the 2009 White House Forum. He’s also presented at the Clinton Foundation’s Health conference and the World Economic Forum along with TEDMED and TEDx. Check out the episode now to discover just how bad our food system really is and what can be done to fix it.
69 minutes | 2 months ago
112: Brian Sanders - How the Food Lies We’ve Been Taught are Destroying Our Health
What if everything you’ve been taught about nutrition and health was wrong? And by following old school principles, you actually have a higher chance of developing chronic diseases? Brian Sanders, health advocate and filmmaker of Food Lies, has been questioning our current food system after his parents passed away at a young age. Despite following the nutritional guidelines and doing everything they thought was right, they still ended up getting sick and dying from preventable diseases. Brian set out to discover why that was and what could be done to change this. And that’s exactly what he shares on today’s episode with host Dr. Anthony Gustin. Brian is one of the leading health advocates who’s not afraid to call out our food system and expose it for the food lies they’ve been feeding us for several decades. He’s been doing this all over social media and he’s in the process of creating a film that outlines exactly what he’s discovered based on several years of research. In the episode, you’ll have a sneak peek into what he’s discovered, how he got to this point, and what can be done to fix this. You’ll also hear Brian’s thoughts on what the biggest offenders are and why you should remove them, why the food system is profit driven, and why our focus is all wrong. One of the great things about Brian’s research is that he’s not biased one way or another. So you’re not going to hear him push one diet over another or put down any of them. Rather, you’ll learn simple principles to live by that can improve your health starting today. Tune into the episode now to learn more!
54 minutes | 2 months ago
111: Matteo Franceschetti - What It Takes to Optimize Sleep Health, According to Experts
What does it really take to optimize your sleep? Should you pop some melatonin and hope it gives you a good night’s rest? Or can you simply wear a black-out blindfold and hope for the best? Matteo Franceschetti, the founder and CEO of Eight Sleep, which is a high-tech mattress that helps you optimize your sleep using your own biometrics, comes on the show to share exactly what it takes to improve your sleep. You’ll discover the key ingredients for better sleep, what you should be tracking to see if you’re getting the right quality and amount of sleep, and how temperature affects your sleep. Dr. Anthony Gustin and Matteo also veer off into non-sleep related topics to show how optimizing other areas of your life -- or disregarding them -- can impact your sleep. On top of being the founder and CEO of Eight Sleep, Matteo was a business lawyer and serial entrepreneur who co-founded and led GIR and Global Investment, which you’ll hear more about in this episode. But since those businesses, his Eight Sleep company has accelerated and was even named one of the Most Innovative Companies in Consumer Electronics by Fast Company. His Eight Sleep company has also radically transformed the traditional mattress by developing cutting edge AI and machine learning models to track biological signals during sleep to help people optimize recovery and rest. On top of that, Matteo has been the co-chair at FWD.us and a mentor for Techstars, Microsoft Bizpark, and the NYU Summer Launchpad Program and he’s a member of the Forbes Technology Council. Tune in now to see how you could be optimizing your sleep health.
63 minutes | 3 months ago
110: Andy Mant - The Truth and Science Behind Blue Light Blocking Glasses
Andy Mant, the CEO and founder of BLUblox, which are blue light blocking glasses that have actually been tested, comes on the show to discuss how different types of light affect your health and the research behind how this is possible. Andy’s shares his extensive knowledge on the topic, what you can do to mitigate unnatural light exposure to improve your health, and how these lights affect your sleep, weight, blood glucose levels and more. Dr. Gustin and Andy also discuss common household items that could also be wreaking havoc on your health, why most blue light blocking glasses are bogus, how to tell if yours are, and when to wear your blue light blocking glasses to be most effective. You’ll also discover whether night mode on your devices is really helpful, the side effects you may notice when blocking out harmful lights, and what else you can do to keep yourself protected. As mentioned earlier, Andy Mant is the founder of BLUblox’s blue light blocking glasses. He’s played an integral part in helping to develop the technology behind these crazy effective glasses thanks to several years of research and product testing. Andy spends his time diving into the science behind this technology and he shares this knowledge with as many people as possible to help empower them to improve their health one step at a time. And that’s exactly what you’ll hear about in this episode. Tune in now to learn more!
68 minutes | 3 months ago
109: Anya Fernald - Why Regenerative Farming is the Future of Meat
In this podcast episode, Dr. Anthony Gustin sits down with Anya Fernald, co-founder and CEO of the largest regenerative farming operation in the United States, Belcampo, to see her take on why this is a better way to raise meat sustainably. Anya has an incredible background that ranges from growing up on a dairy farm in Bavaria to eventually traveling and living in Greece and other parts of Europe to learn more about how they cook, bake, and raise animals. It was this insider’s look that made her realize that how we do things here in the States needed a major overhaul, which is exactly what she did. When you tune into the episode, you’ll learn more about Anya’s background, why she got involved in this space, and how she transformed her own life from living on a Standard American Diet (SAD). You’ll also discover the differences between grass-fed and grass-finished meat, why regenerative agriculture is a better, more sustainable solution, and the problems with our dairy industry today. Anya also chats about using your body’s own intuition to heal itself with food, why cravings can be a good thing when you know how to use them, and how we’ve turned off natural satiety mechanisms and what you can do to get them working again. Anya Fernald’s name may sound familiar to you -- not only is she the co-founder and CEO of Belcampo, but she’s also served as a judge on Iron Chef America between 2009-2011. Anya has been recognized for being a top 40 under 40 by Food and Wine, she’s appeared in The New Yorker’s 2014 Issue, and she’s co-authored two books, including a cookbook of her own. Anya has also founded the Food Craft Institute, a non-profit that puts out an annual Eat Real Food Festival each year in Oakland. Tune into the episode now to learn more!
48 minutes | 3 months ago
108: David Nurse - How to Reach Your Goals and Build Unshakable Confidence
If you’ve ever struggled to reach your goals, this podcast episode is here to help. As David Nurse, a motivational speaker, optimization coach, and best-selling author, talks about in this episode, your mindset could be behind why you’re not achieving the goals you set out for yourself. And it’s not just you. David works with professional NBA players and sees that they face the same struggles. Despite having all of the athletic ability in the world, many still battle with negative self-talk, imposter syndrome, and a lack of self-confidence. And it’s these issues that hold both professional athletes and most people back from reaching their goals. That’s why David comes on the show to help change that. As an optimization coach, David shares his simple yet impactful framework for changing your mindset and getting out of a negative headspace so you can finally reach the goals you set for yourself. When you tune in, you’ll hear more about his framework, the exact tools he uses with the pros, and how to bust through your own roadblocks to achieve your true purpose in life. David also discusses some of his best principles from his latest book, Pivot & Go, which means you’ll have even more of a sneak peek into changing your situation starting today. David’s also a former professional basketball player and coach for the Brooklyn Nets and he’s personally worked with over 150 NBA players to help them improve on their personal development, confidence, leadership, and motivational growth. Using his 29-day action plan, David helps people achieve the best life possible and he’s here to share those exact strategies in this podcast episode. Tune in now to hear more about how you can optimize your mindset today!
57 minutes | 3 months ago
107: Josh Clemente - Continuous Glucose Monitoring and Why Everyone Should Be Tracking This Important Metric
As you’ll hear about in this episode, roughly 90 million Americans are unknowingly living in a prediabetic state and up to 70% of them will end up being diabetic if they don’t address it starting today. That’s why Josh Clemente, a founding partner at Levels Health, and his team are actively working to change that outcome by offering a continuous glucose monitor that is accessible even if you don’t have diagnosed blood sugar issues. Because, as Josh explains, testing your fasting blood glucose and A1C level once a year aren’t enough to show you the true picture. Instead, continuous glucose monitoring and making this something that most people start tracking -- just like you would with your steps or sleep -- long before any blood sugar issues surface is the answer to solving this issue. Doing so has incredible results both in the short and long term which is why it’s so effective. And that’s exactly what you’ll hear more about in this episode. Josh and Dr. Anthony Gustin dive into why more people should be tracking their blood sugar using a CGM even if they don’t have diagnosed issues, the incredible information you can gather from doing this, and the powerful benefits that surface as a result of tracking. Josh Clemente is a former SpaceX Lead Life Support Systems Engineer, a CrossFit L2 Trainer, a Senior Engineer at Hyperloop One and he’s part of the founding team at Levels Health, which aims to bring continuous glucose monitoring to the masses. Tune in now to see why this is one area of your health that you can’t afford to skip and the benefits you’ll see when you start tracking.
61 minutes | 4 months ago
106: Todd White - Biohacking for Longevity and Disease Prevention and Why Most Wines Are Terrible for You Except This One
Todd White, a serial entrepreneur, writer, speaker, and founder and CEO of Dry Farm Wines, shares the biohacking strategies that had the most profound impact on his life and the ones he continues to practice today. When you tune into this episode, you’ll learn all about what he uses to improve his mental performance and attract a life of abundance, how he sets up his body for longevity and disease prevention, and what’s been the hardest part of this journey. Todd also gets into other topics such as the macros and micronutrients he prefers, why he focuses on these, and what it’s like to be a successful entrepreneur. You’ll discover Todd’s best tips when it comes to thriving in business -- instead of striving -- and how to attract and retain the right people in your business. As the founder and CEO of Dry Farm Wines, Todd also shares his experience with uncovering the problems with most wines on the market, why he decided to change this, and how his wine does just that. Lastly, you’ll hear more about Todd’s personal and business values and how these have evolved since he started working as an entrepreneur a few decades ago. If you don’t already know Todd White, he’s a serial entrepreneur that started at the tender age of 17. Throughout his career as an entrepreneur, he experienced many highs and lows and even took two breaks that lasted several years to recharge and get himself back on track, which you’ll hear about in this episode. On top of running his wine company for 15 years now, Todd is also a writer and speaker who shares his knowledge on improving health, longevity, and vitality. And that’s exactly what you’ll learn more about when you tune into the episode. Check it out now to learn more!
92 minutes | 4 months ago
105: Dr. Paul Saladino - 2+ Years on the Carnivore Diet, High Cholesterol with Zero Plaque Build-Up, and Why Animal-Based Diets are Better for You
Dr. Paul Saladino, a classically trained physician and functional medicine practitioner, comes back on the show to share what it’s been like following a carnivore diet for over two years now. When you tune into this episode, you’ll hear more about what he usually eats during a typical day, what he’s done differently since he first started following this diet, and what his lab work looks like as a result. Dr. Saladino and Dr. Anthony Gustin also chat about other topics like why vegetable oils are so detrimental to our health, why you should never cook with liquid oils, how to eat nose-to-tail, and why factory farming is a nightmare. You’ll also hear more about how “eating the rainbow” is one of the worst strategies when it comes to nutrition and why that is. On top of being a physician and functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Saladino is the author of the book The Carnivore Code, which he’s about to launch an updated version of. In this book, Dr. Saladino shares his experience with being on the diet for so long and what he would do differently. Tune in now to hear about those topics and so much more.
56 minutes | 4 months ago
104: Dr. Anthony Gustin - (Q&A #8) - Melatonin, CBD, Creatine, and Immunity Boosts, Plus Why You Probably Don’t Need Sunscreen
Chris Irvin, The Ketologist and Education Manager at Perfect Keto, and Dr. Anthony Gustin sit down for the eighth time to answer questions from their listeners and online community in this episode. This time, you’ll hear all about supplements like melatonin, CBD, creatine, and immunity boosting options, and whether or not you should consider taking them. Chris and Dr. Gustin also chat about a topic that raises a lot of eyebrows -- whether or not you need to lather on sunscreen. You may be surprised to learn that you don’t need to, which they’ll explain more about in the episode, but that there are some precautions you should still take, especially if you eventually plan to spend a week on a beach. On top of diving into these supplements and sunscreen, Chris and Dr. Gustin also share their favorite tips for how to improve your sleep, why you should tackle these other health items first and before supplementing, and the top three supplements they take. If this is your first time listening to this podcast and you don’t know Dr. Anthony Gustin, he’s a board-certified chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner who started both Perfect Keto and Equip Foods. It’s his belief that our artificial habitats have forced us into having artificial health problems and this show is his attempt to dive deep into topics like nutrition, sleep, movement, relationships and more so that you can reclaim your natural state of health. So when you tune in, Dr. Gustin promises to show you how to thrive in an environment that’s stacked against you. And that’s exactly what you’ll find in this episode. Tune in now to learn more!
54 minutes | 4 months ago
103: Dr. Cate Shanahan - Why Vegetable Oils are at the Root of Serious Health Conditions
Dr. Cate Shanahan, a board-certified family physician who specializes in reversing chronic diseases and best-selling author, comes back on the show to dive deeper into how these eight vegetable oils are destroying our health. In this episode, Dr. Shanahan goes on to suggest that the negative outcomes coming from the Coronavirus pandemic could have been avoided had we eliminated vegetable oils from our diets five years ago. Not only that, Dr. Shanahan shows that other health conditions, such as type 2 diabetes, could also be radically eliminated or improved simply from removing vegetable oils from our diets. Dr. Shanahan shares why you’ll want to remove these harmful oils, how to do this, and some other helpful steps you can take starting today. She also dives into other topics such as why your fat is an essential organ, the benefits of switching to a regenerative agriculture style of farming, and how you can improve your metabolic health. You’ll also discover how to assess your current metabolic health and why you may be healthy on the outside yet you’re experiencing a metabolic storm internally (and what you can do to fix this). On top of being a physician and author, Dr. Shanahan also works with Dr. Tim DiFrancesco and Gary Vitti to create a PRO Nutrition program for the LA Lakers. In doing this, she was shocked to learn that some of the Lakers had poor metabolic health despite being in great shape. Tune into the episode now to see why that is and how you can improve your health starting today!
51 minutes | 5 months ago
102: Dr. Jack Wolfson - What Current Heart Health Treatments Get Wrong and How to Fix This
Dr. Jack Wolfson started out as most traditional cardiologists do -- he went through several years of training and started working with patients in his practice. But, despite using what he was taught, he found that his treatments weren’t as effective as they should be. On top of that, his wife opened his eyes to a possibility that he had never considered: what he was taught wasn’t going to fix the problem and only led to prolonging poor heart health. Dr. Wolfson followed this path and realized there was more than enough truth to it. So he set out to change how he treats poor heart health conditions in his patients by addressing the root causes that many people don’t even realize are connected to it. It didn’t take long for him to see success in his patients and now he uses and teaches this holistic approach to heart health both in the United States and across the globe. When you tune into this episode with Dr. Wolfson and Dr. Anthony Gustin, you’ll learn why our traditional treatments -- such as statins, low dose aspirin, and high blood pressure meds -- aren’t effective and why they contribute to poor health outcomes, not better. You’ll also learn Dr. Wolfson’s top principles for improving health and keeping your heart in tip top shape. You’ll also hear more about cholesterol, chiropractic care and why emergency rooms should be using this form of medicine, and the top areas to focus on starting today. If you don’t know Dr. Jack Wolfson, he’s a leading natural holistic health physician on top of being a board-certified cardiologist. He’s also the author of the best-selling book, The Paleo Cardiologist, and a five-time winner of The Natural Choice Award. By tuning in, you’ll learn what you can do to keep your heart health strong and how to reverse poor heart health starting today. Check out the episode now to learn more!
57 minutes | 5 months ago
101: Diana Rodgers - The Case for Better Meat
Licensed Registered Dietician Nutritionist Diana Rodgers is here to prove that a plant-based diet may not be the answer to better nutrition and a better environment and she shows what is instead in this podcast episode with Dr. Anthony Gustin. When you tune in, you’ll hear Diana’s case for a higher quality of nutrition, environmental impact, animal welfare, and sustainability through eating a diet that contains meat. Diana also discusses why meat isn’t the reason behind global warming and skyrocketing cancer rates. She also tackles issues such as what happens when we pull meat from our schools, if it’s possible to raise meat sustainably and ethically, and so much more. You’ll also learn about the true water usage of raising meat and whether or not grass-fed versus conventional grown meat really shows much of a difference. As for Diana’s background, she’s a Licensed Registered Dietician Nutritionist who lives and works on an organic farm in New England. She’s also a podcast host and author of The Sustainable Dish Podcast and she’s a speaker at both universities and conferences around the world. On top of that, Diana is a Consulting Dietician for many well-known publications, she’s also a board member of several prestigious programs, and her work has also been featured in many top publications. Tune in now to learn why a plant-based diet isn’t the answer and what is instead.
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