Playlist · by George
8 episodes, 7 hours 13 mins
The 4R Protocol, Ep. 12
Today we’re exploring a specific diet protocol, called the 4R protocol. This diet is supremely helpful for individuals with Leaky […]
Q+R: Son of Man - Son of Man E9
Welcome to our Question and Response episode on the topic of the Son of Man.
Nina Teicholz on Butter, Meat and The Science and Politics of Nutrition
In my conversation with Nina Teicholz, a leading science journalist, we explore saturated fats, modern nutrition policy, and flawed research on our way to some startling conclusions. Her bestselling book, The Big Fat Surprise: Why Butter, Meat, and Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet, actually inspired me to write my own book. It was a tremendous honor to have her on the show. Join us for an hour long conversation about things that matter.Don't forget to leave a review and subscribe so you never miss an episode.For more great content, find me everywhere:facebook.com/drmarkhymanyoutube.com/drhymaninstagram.com/markhymanmd For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
Dan Buettner on What Makes Blue Zones the Healthiest Places on Earth
Dan Buettner is a National Geographic fellow, in charge of leading expeditions - he’s essentially a real life Indiana Jones. Having him on my podcast meant we got to discuss all the incredible places he has been and how it has led to his work on Blue Zones, a term he’s coined to designate the healthiest places on earth. Through research and study, Dan and his team were able to identify the 9 commonalities between all the Blue Zones - and those 9 things might surprise you. Tune into this brand new episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy for more!Also, it would be mean so much to me if you left a review - for whatever reason, those go a very long way, and they mean a lot to us. They also help more people find this podcast, so please consider writing one up!For more great content, find me everywhere:facebook.com/drmarkhymanyoutube.com/drhymaninstagram.com/markhymanmd For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
Can You Beat Depression with Food? with Dr. Drew Ramsey
We’re often told that eating well can prevent diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, but what about the effects of diet on mental health? The correlation is just as strong. What we eat impacts our brains and mental health—food does affect mood. In fact, highly processed foods can lead to a 50 to 100% increased risk for clinical depression and high-glycemic foods pose a significant risk as well. It’s time we stop thinking of the way we eat as relevant to only one piece of our health; it dramatically influences the entire body. Today’s guest on this week’s episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy is here to talk about the link between diet and mental health. Dr. Drew Ramsey is not your average psychiatrist. A writer, farmer, and doctor who focuses on the connection between mental health and food, he is passionate about nutritional interventions and creative media to share a different way of thinking about the brain and mood. He is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Columbia U...
Why Meditation is the New Medicine with Emily Fletcher
If there was something you could do everyday to boost your focus and productivity, feel energized, reduce stress, sleep better, maintain a positive outlook, and support whole-body health, wouldn’t you do it? It’s for all these reasons, and more, that I consider meditation a foundational pillar to good health. I used to think I didn’t have time for meditation but now I know I don’t have time NOT to do it—it’s become that integral in helping me manage all of my other many responsibilities and passions. Since starting, I’m happier than ever, have found the love of my life, and my business is rocking.Today, on The Doctor’s Farmacy Podcast, I talk to my good friend and personal meditation teacher, Emily Fletcher, about meditation for the modern world. Emily is the founder of Ziva, the creator of The Ziva Technique and regarded as a leading expert in meditation for high performers. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
Why Food Is Better Than Medication To Treat Disease with Dr. William Li
I never get tired of saying it: real food heals. Food has the power to prevent and reverse disease, and the more we know about it, the more power we have to curate a targeted diet to help us reach our health goals. The catch is that we have to choose the right foods, the ones that elevate us, and simultaneously ditch the poor-quality ones that harm us. There are powerful compounds in foods—like curcumin, genistein, catechins, lycopene, resveratrol, quercetin—that have medicinal impacts on the body. That’s why I call the grocery store the drug store; we can literally eat our medicine at every meal.My guest this week on The Doctor’s Farmacy, Dr. William Li, is here to tell us all about eating to beat disease and making the idea that food is medicine second nature. You may also be surprised to find out that angiogenesis, or how the body forms blood vessels, is a common denominator in creating optimal health. William Li, MD, is a world-renowned physician, scientist, speaker, and aut...
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