We’ll give you all the tricks and information you need to hack your vitality, avoid dangerous “health foods”, and balance your all-important gut.
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.read more
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.read more
Dr. Gundry interviews Will Ahmed, Founder & CEO of wearable tech company WHOOP. Will discusses how his product 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.read more
Hannah Bronfman discusses what it means to “do what feels good,” her personal struggles with body image and her unhealthy relationship to food. She also offers some practical tips about how to start listening to your own body and eat what makes YOU feel good. 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!read more
Bone broth is all the rage these days, but does can it really mean the difference in your health? In this episode, Dr. Gundry 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.read more
Dr. Daniel Amen (America’s “most famous psychiatrist”) 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.read more
Shawn Stevenson talks about his degenerative disc disease, the debilitating effects of the “nocebo” effect 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”.read more
Arianna Huffington, Founder of the Huffington Post, Thrive Global and named one of Forbes Most Powerful Women shares her personal story about...read more
Thinking about cheating on your diet? We get it. Finding dietary “alternatives” can be difficult for those of us following the Plant Paradox, or any diet for that matter. That’s why Dr. Gundry is back with another Q&A episode of the podcast.read more
We can all fall into traps and bad habits when it comes to nutrition, particularly when items are marketed as health foods. Fruit, for example, 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. 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.read more
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!read more
In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Gundry sits down with New York Times List #1 Bestselling author, four times over, Dr. David Perlmutter. During their conversation, Dr. Perlmutter reveals that, despite the success of his book “Grain Brain” and many others, he is certainly not without his fair share of critics. He also highlights the many struggles of spreading his anti-grain, anti-sugar medical stance in a world that still very much abides by an ‘everything in moderation’ attitude.
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!read more
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.read more
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.read more
Your eyes can spot which foods we should eat without you realizing it! In this podcast, Dr. Steven Gundry shares how color, plant-type and texture can tell you a whole lot about lectin content.read more
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.read more
Ketogenic diet, vegan diet, paleo diet… we all know the success stories, but what we don’t often hear about the failures. This episode Dr. Steven Gundry explores the difference between good fats, bad fats, what’s best for you brain and your waistline.read more
Looking for a way to adapt your holiday recipes to be “plant paradox” compliant? Dr. Steven Gundry sits down with his “head chef” and recipe developer Kate Holtzhauer to share the quick and easy tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy through the holidays and into the New Year.read more
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.read more
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.read more
Nature and food author, Eugenia Bone and Dr. Gundry talk about the importance of microbes (aka gut bugs.) Microbiology 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.read more
Biologist Monica Gagliano and Dr. Gundry 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.read more
In this weeks episode, 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!read 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.read more
Scott Harrison sit down with Dr. Gundry to chat about Charity:Water. Scott’s groundbreaking charity 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.read more
Valter Longo, a Longevity expert, and Dr. Gundry 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. If you want to learn more about living a long, healthy, comfortable life, this is a must-listen.read more
Dr. Dale Bredesen shares his research and stories of Alzheimers patients who have seen an improvement in memory overtime.read more
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 lead him to drastically change careers. After years of research he learned that the “Western diet and lifestyle” was in-part to blame. Learn some of his revelations is this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast.read more
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.”read more
What’s the best diet for fat burning? Well, different doctors believe different things, which is why today we’re exploring how to become a fat burner. We’ll compare Dr. Gundry’s plant paradox diet with Dr. Will Cole’s Keto Diet variation – “ketotarianism.” Watch, listen, and learn how to become a fat burner once and for all.read more
Go on a journey with Dr. Gundry as fashion model turned “grain free” food author Annabelle shares her experience and the new ways to treat herself through diet changes alone.read more
Welcome to The Dr. Gundry Podcast! If, like me, you’ve ever felt out of control when it comes to your health. If you’ve felt sad, sluggish or like you’re in a fog, I get it. You may have tried numerous “health” fads, but found they didn’t work for you. It’s time for you…read more
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