Protecting your brain may be one of the most important things for you to do in life. The good news is that it doesn't have to be that hard. Dr. Tommy Wood reviews the practical tips and scientific support for what you can do to protect your brain.
The time has come to not just treat type 2 diabetes, but to reverse it. Dr. Bhakti Paul shares her knowledge of how to do this, both as a patient and as a clinician. She also shares ideas about how to change the perception within the world of endocrinology.
A new study scientifically defines the group of people whose LDL cholesterol rises dramatically after starting a low-carb diet — so-called lean mass hyper-responders. But what does this mean if you are in this group, and what does it mean for the broader topic of cholesterol?
Which is better for you, traditional cardio or interval training? They both have a role in health and fitness. In this episode, we discuss the benefits of each with two leading experts. Plus, we’ll give you practical tips to improve your own exercise experience.
Exercise can play an essential role in a healthy lifestyle, even if it isn’t the most effective lever for weight loss. But should exercise be our primary health focus instead of weight loss? Professor Glen Gaesser says “yes.”
Ketogenic diets work well for weight loss and blood sugar control. Dr. Susan Wolver proves this to be true with her clinical work and her new paper documenting the benefits of her clinical program. Learn what this might mean for you.
Individual experience suggests ketogenic diets may be a powerful therapy for mental health conditions. Join my conversation with an international expert, psychiatrist Dr. Chris Palmer, as we discuss the current and future state of the field.
Intermittent fasting has become one of the hottest health trends. But not all fasting is the same. Three experts discuss the tips and tricks you need to know to increase the chance of a safe and effective fasting routine.