25 episodes

The mission of the Dr. Gundry Podcast is to help listeners live their best, healthiest life. We’ll give you all the tricks and information you need to hack your vitality, avoid dangerous “health foods,” and balance your all-important gut. After all, a balanced gut is essential to good health — and Dr. Gundry’s goal is to help you live well, and eventually die young at a ripe old age.

The Dr. Gundry Podcast Dr. Steven Gundry

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8, 488 Ratings

The mission of the Dr. Gundry Podcast is to help listeners live their best, healthiest life. We’ll give you all the tricks and information you need to hack your vitality, avoid dangerous “health foods,” and balance your all-important gut. After all, a balanced gut is essential to good health — and Dr. Gundry’s goal is to help you live well, and eventually die young at a ripe old age.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
488 Ratings

488 Ratings

repswithrach ,

You’ve changed my perspective...time to change?

I recently started listening to your podcast, and I love learning about your research on lectins and hearing about all the people you’ve helped through a lectin-free diet! I am currently a medical student looking to eventually practice integrative medicine, knowing how our focus needs to be with preventative medicine, and how nutrition, stress reduction and exercise play such a vital role in our health and well being.

My question is this: I currently follow a vegan diet, including lots of lectin-containing foods like soy, tomatoes, zucchini, oats, gluten etc. I am 24 and feel great. I have no health conditions, and exercise 6 days/week. I enjoy eating this way, and have stayed doing so for almost 2 years because of ethical/environmental reasons. Do you think it’s worth changing my diet to be lectin-free even though I feel great now? Is eating all these lectins predisposing me towards autoimmune conditions in the future? I would love to hear your opinion on the podcast! Thanks!

Novocosmos.lisa ,

Pleasantly impressed

Enjoying the podcast, Youtube videos and book Plant Paradox. I’m glad that anecdotal evidence has some weight in this approach - not everything can be proven with extensive studies, especially if it doesn’t provide monetary benefit to those who typically fund them!
QUESTION: with Hashimotos and fibroids, and because I eat with animal welfare in mind (no meat or dairy), finding food I can eat can be difficult. I get tired of eating the same things. Do you have a top 5 or 10 list of foods to concentrate on getting the most nutrition bang-for-your-buck, especially when you’re eating less or only 2 meals a day? Thanks! ~ Lisa R

in exilio ,

Little Cherry Spots

Dr. G I was happy to see not just one but TWO podcasts this week and BOTH dealt with our skin. Thank you so much! I know you have written a little bit about vitiligo (and personally I am hoping mine will eventually go away) but what about those little cherry red spots that appeared at a certain point in life? Somewhere years ago I may have read they were from bromalaine added to flour to make it more gluten-ey, but having been off wheat for years and on you program since 2017, they are still there on my skin. Thanks a million for your helping us all!

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