With so much happening in the world of health and wellness, how can you separate fact from fiction? Listen to Thorne’s Executive Director of Medical Education, Dr. Alan Miller, ND, as he navigates the complex world of health and wellness and explains the latest science on diet, nutritional supplements, and lifestyle approaches to good health.
How to Achieve Healthy Aging
Are there things we can do that help us live longer? Are there things we can do that slow down aging? Dr. Frank Lipman and Dr. Bob Rountree explore the science behind aging – all the way down to the cellular level. Discover the lifestyle factors that can benefit, or hinder, healthy aging in episode 1 of the Thorne Podcast.
Conversation on COVID-19 with Dr. Robert Rountree and Dr. Frank Lipman
Two renowned physicians – Dr. Robert Rountree, MD, and Dr. Frank Lipman, MD – joined us to discuss how their medical practices are being affected by COVID-19. They also give recommendations for managing stress, nutritional supplements to consider, the important of maintaining gut health, advice for consumers, and more.
Sports Nutrition Expert, Joel Totoro
Registered dietitian Joel Totoro speaks with host Dr. Alan Miller about his experiences as the first full-time sports dietitian in professional sports, as well as his connections to NCAA athletes, NFL football, and the state of nutrition in sport.
Olympian Wes Barnett Talks Nutrition
Host Dr. Alan Miller talks with former Olympic athlete Wesley Barnett about his experience as an athlete, as an administrator at the U.S. Olympic Committee, and nutrition and supplementation in the context of elite athletes, doping, drug testing, and supplementation.
The Medicine Hunter Talks Ashwagandha
Host Alan Miller, ND, interviews The Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham, an expert on many botanicals indigenous to traditional medicine systems around the world. Chris talks about the Ayurvedic botanical Ashwagandha and its effects on the stress response, women’s health, cognitive function, and more in this lively podcast.
Deshanie Rai - Macular Carotenoids in Eye and Brain Function
Host Alan Miller, ND, interviews Deshanie Rai, PhD, an expert in the use of plant-based carotenes like lutein and zeaxanthin to enhance eye and brain health. Dr. Deshanie discusses the research on these molecules that are an essential component of the retina and macula in the eye, as well as their effect on cognitive function.