Diet Doctor Podcast
#73 - Michael Moss

#73 - Michael Moss

June 15, 2021

The processed food industry exploits your natural biology to make you crave more of its products, causing you to overeat and gain weight. This interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Michael Moss explores the problem of hyper-palatable food and what you can do about it.

#72 - Nicolette Hahn Niman

#72 - Nicolette Hahn Niman

June 1, 2021

Beef may not be the environmental villian it is made out to be. In this detailed and nuanced discussion, we explore a sustainable approach to raising meat that is more likely to help the environment and improve human health.

#71 - Metabolic health and nutrition
#70 - Dr. Ted Naiman

#70 - Dr. Ted Naiman

May 4, 2021

How much protein should you eat? According to Dr. Ted Naiman and his P:E Diet principles, it may be more than you think. Let’s dig in!

#69 - The importance of protein

#69 - The importance of protein

April 20, 2021

Protein may be the most important nutrient for health and weight loss. In this episode, we discuss the importance and practical aspects of eating enough protein with three of our experts at DietDoctor.com.

#68 - Kirsty Woods

#68 - Kirsty Woods

April 6, 2021

You can learn how your diet and lifestyle affect your health if you order the right tests! Kirsty Woods is an expert in metabolic testing. She explains how to use metabolic testing to improve your health.

#67 - Trey Suntrup, PhD

#67 - Trey Suntrup, PhD

March 23, 2021

This episode begins with the basics and covers everything you need to know about ketone testing. Join me for all the details.

#66 - Dr. Ana Lorenzo

#66 - Dr. Ana Lorenzo

February 23, 2021

They say "the eyes are the window to the soul." Well, literally speaking, the eyes are also the window to our blood vessels. And Dr. Ana Lorenzo takes advantage of that fact to help diagnose and treat people with type 2 diabetes.

It may seem strange for an eye doctor to treat diabetes, but Dr. Lorenzo is passionate about helping her patients. She doesn't let traditional job descriptions get in her way.

She shares some valuable lessons about screening for and treating the eye disease that often accompanies diabetes. Plus, she shares how her journey has taught her more about metabolic health than medical school did.

Living in Mexico City, Dr. Lorenzo has a native understanding of how important food is in the Mexican culture and how that can present barriers to adopting low-carb lifestyles. She shares tips that are sure to help all lovers of Mexican food stay low carb!

#65 - Dr. Mariela Glandt

#65 - Dr. Mariela Glandt

February 9, 2021

Low-carb diets are likely the best diet for controlling diabetes, and Dr. Mariels Glandt wants the world to know all about it. She also wants us to understand the role of metabolic health in the current COVID19 pandemic. These are lessons we can all learn from.

#64 - Dr. Jason Fung

#64 - Dr. Jason Fung

January 26, 2021

Dr. Jason Fung is well known for pioneering the use of fasting as a medical intervention to aid weight loss and treat diabetes. In his new book, The Cancer Code, Dr. Fung applies that same approach to cancer. His book takes a deep dive into the history of how medicine has understood and approached cancer.

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