We’ll give you the tools and information you need to hack your vitality, avoid dangerous “health foods”, and balance your all-important gut.
Dr. Gundry answers all your questions about his latest book, The Longevity Paradox, and discusses everything from long-distance running to juicing. So 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.read more
Dave and Jann Hales have documented their journey on The Plant Paradox diet on the YouTube channel, AZ Life Cooking. Today, they’ll share how changing their eating habits helped them find complete relief from their symptoms, and their tips for being successful.read more
Dr. Joseph Mercola and I discuss his new book, KetoFast: Rejuvenate Your Health with a Step-by-Step Guide to Timing Your Ketogenic Meals, and how YOU can use fasting to boost your health, metabolism, and energy.read more
Karen Rinaldi, author of the new book (It’s Great to) Suck at Something, chats with me about the healthy reason to suck at something and the remarkable ways imperfection and failure make us stronger. And I’ll share the one thing I suck at (but still LOVE to do).read more
Izabella Wentz, the pharmacist, author, and Hashimoto’s disease expert, talks with me about the plight of the female patient, the symptoms of a “broken” thyroid, and the healing powers of eliminating lectins from your diet.read more
Cal Fussman, expert interviewer and New York Times bestselling author, talks to me about the keys to success and how asking the right questions can help YOU shape your career, boost your health, and even get your kids to open up.read more
Eliza Kingsford, weight loss expert and author, chats with me about understanding diet, staying healthy, and keeping the weight off for good. We also discuss Kingsford’s new book, Brain-Powered Weight Loss, about the psychological connection between what we eat and how we feel.read more
Dave Asprey, best-selling author and founder of Bulletproof Coffee, and I talk about his newest book Game Changers, his top longevity secrets, and the one food you should NEVER eat raw. We also discuss some simple ways to cut through brain fog, reduce your stress, and boost your performance.read more
Brett Bartholomew, a fitness expert who works with high-performance athletes and the best-selling author of Conscious Coaching 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.read more
When Allison Post was a teen, she 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. What happened next changed Allison’s life forever.read more
In my latest book, The Longevity Paradox, I pull back the curtain on the secrets of the world’s “super-agers.” In it, I also explain how YOU can live a longer, more active life. You’ll learn about l the “7 Deadly Myths of Aging” and the Nobel Prize-winning secret proven to extend the human lifespan. 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.read more
Migraines can be absolutely debilitating. That’s why on this episode of the podcast, I’m going to discuss the roots of your throbbing head pain, sensitivity to light, and blurry vision. I’m also going to share my thoughts and advice on what you can TODAY to stop migraines in their tracks and take back your life.read more
Will Ahmed, founder & CEO of wearable tech company WHOOP, tells me 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, I evaluate 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, you NEED to listen to this episode.read more
Dr. Daniel Amen (America’s “most famous psychiatrist”) tells me 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 and I discuss his battle with 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 with me her personal story about the traumatic fall that changed her life’s mission. She now strives to end the stress and burnout epidemic faced by working women and men every day.read more
Thinking about cheating on your diet? I 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 I’m back with another Q&A episode of the podcast.read more
When it comes to nutrition, we all have our bad habits — especially when foods are marketed as “healthy.” For a lot of my patients, fruit is one of those bad habits. And as my dedicated readers and listeners already know, our bodies weren’t designed to eat fruit year round. Well on this episode of the podcast, I’m going to answer your questions about fruit and share the foods you SHOULD start eating today.read more
When Tamar Geller, dog trainer and bestselling author, first moved to the United States, she had no experience working with animals. On this episode of the podcast, Geller describes her transformation from a ‘dog liker’ into the official dog expert for the Today Show. Geller has published multiple books and worked with A-list celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey, to help them form lifetime bonds with their beloved pets. She and I discuss her unique methods for building loving relationships with your furry friends and she’ll even share her experience following the Plant Paradox diet!read more
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!read more
Dr. Laura Nasi, an integrative oncologist and author of the recent book Cancer as a Wake-Up Call, chats with me about how you can blend conventional medicine with a more holistic and natural approach to health. We’ll also discuss her work in cancer treatment, her experiences as a mind-body medicine practitioner, and the big takeaways from her latest book.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, I share 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, I share how color, plant-type and texture can tell you a whole lot about lectin content.read more
On this episode, I explore the connection between modern diet, hormones, and the changing nature of menopause – it’s something every woman on earth will go through. And believe me, the truth about Menopause will SHOCK you.read more
Dr. James DiNicolantonio and I explore the difference between good fats and bad fats and discuss which foods are best for your brain AND your waistline.read more
Kate Holtzhauer, my “head chef” and recipe developer, sits down with me on today’s episode to discuss the quick and easy tips YOU can use to keep you and your loved ones healthy through the holidays and right into the new year. So if you’ve been looking for a way to adapt your holiday recipes to be “plant paradox” compliant, this episode is a must-listen.read more
Sita Hagenburg and John Kelly from the Bendable Body Method chat with me about the new program that has “re-invented stretching” by helping people achieve a lasting flexible physique through targeting the mind, body and soul.read more
Phil Cruver, serial entrepreneur and Founder/ CEO of Catalina Sea Ranch, sits down with me to talk about the importance of sustainable and the “deep nutrition” YOU can get from shellfish.read more
Eugenia Bone, author of several important books on food and nature, chats with me about the importance of microbes (aka your “gut buddies”). We’ll talk all about how these microscopic organisms living inside ALL of us can affect your weight, your health, and even your mood.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, I continue answering your questions. Should children be on the Plant Paradox program? W should pregnant and nursing moms eat? And I’m going to share a brilliant substitute for ketchup.read more
On this episode of the podcast, I’ll answer all of your burning questions – so if you want to know the TRUTH about olive oil, groundbreaking longevity secrets, or simply the best way to live a long, healthy life then tune in!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 I sit down to uncover the truth about the optimal diet for longevity. Listen in 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 episode 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 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.read more
Dr. Dan Siegel, a New York Times bestselling author, joins me to talk about how meditation changed his life. His new book Aware can help you unlock “the science and practice of presence.”read more
Dr. Will Cole, creator of “ketotarianism,” and I will compare our diet plans and discuss what the best diet is for fat burning. So tune in to learn how to become a true fat burner once and for all.read more
Annabelle Lee, fashion model turned “grain-free” food writer, shares her experience and the best ways she discovered for treating your health issues with diet 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 may be time for you to strike out on a new health journey — and I’m ready to share it with you. So join me on the Dr. Gundry Podcast…read more
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