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#89 - Protecting your brain
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.
#88 - Reversing diabetes
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.
#87 - Best of 2021
It’s been another exciting and educational year at the Diet Doctor Podcast. Here’s a breakdown of our 10 favorite episodes of the year.
#86 - Low-carb LDL hyper-responders
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?
#85 - The best exercise for health
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.
#84 - Is exercise better than weight loss for your health?
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.”
I really enjoy this podcast. Dr Brett asks all the best questions and allows his guests to share their information and doesn’t talk over them like some hosts do. He is a cardiologist and so he knows his fair share, but has very interesting guests who provide good information and Dr. Brett clarifies if the information is more technical or dense.
Dr. Bret, host of the Diet Doctor Podcast, highlights all aspects of wellness and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
Good variety with superior communicators. Evidence discussed is somewhat weighted with personal experience and observational studies. Would like more discussion about quality of evidence. One annoying aspect that keeps popping up here are the healthcare professionals who bash the medical school straw man for not providing adequate nutrition education. Medical School is designed to lay a foundation and introduce a breadth of important medical subjects for future study and specialization. Either the complainers slept though the lectures explaining this process, or they’re pandering to an anti-establishment, alternative “medicine” audience.