64 episodes

Empowering people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

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    • Science
    • 4.8 • 439 Ratings

Empowering people everywhere to revolutionize their health.

    #63 - Ben Bikman, PhD

    #63 - Ben Bikman, PhD

    Insulin resistance is killing us. Professor Ben Bikman wants you to know why that is and what we can do about it.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    #62 - Gary Taubes

    #62 - Gary Taubes

    Gary Taubes is back, employing his strong investigative journalism skills to help us rethink weight loss and make a case for ketogenic diets. Join me for a fascinating interview about his new book, The Case for Keto.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    #61 - Dr. Glen House

    #61 - Dr. Glen House

    It's a tragedy that's hard to imagine. One day you are as healthy as can be, and the next day you are paralyzed. In an instant, your entire life is turned upside down.

    Dr. Glen House experienced that 30 years ago in a freak skiing accident. And he has transformed his life and now serves patients just like him. But now he has a new tool to help his patients — a ketogenic diet.

    • 46 min
    #60 - Dr. Sandra Palavecino

    #60 - Dr. Sandra Palavecino

    There's more than one way to lose weight. How does the director of a weight loss clinic decide the best path for each patient?

    • 57 min
    #59 - Dr. Casey Means

    #59 - Dr. Casey Means

    Dr. Casey Means is on a mission to help us understand more about our metabolic health and how our food choices impact it. She's at the forefront of promoting the use of continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), to help us see how different foods affect blood sugar, and more importantly, show us what we can do about it.

    • 1 hr 11 min
    #58 - Dr. Jeremiah Eisenschenk

    #58 - Dr. Jeremiah Eisenschenk

    It took him more than 30 years, but Dr. Jeremiah Eisenschenk was able to transform his lifestyle to lose weight an improve his health. Now he's helping his patients do the same and is spreading the message throughout his community.
    As an obesity medicine and family medicine specialist in rural Minnesota, Dr. Eisenschenk has personal experiences that help him connect with his patients and guide them on their path to health. He practices what he preaches, intensifying his passion and efficacy when helping others.
    Despite Dr. Eisenschenk's medical school training, he needed to be proactive and educate himself to complete his own health journey. He's now poised as one of the leaders promoting the importance of metabolic health and how to achieve it.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
439 Ratings

439 Ratings

Esmithart ,

Not one size fits all

The point is made that it is about how your body feels.

Simplydi ,

Favorite podcast!

I listen to the episodes of this podcast over and over again. Brett is a wonderful interviewer and digs into relevant information by helping the listener to understand what is being said. I highly recommend!

dpr063 ,

Just what the Doctor Ordered

Another great interview/conversation from Dr. Brett. Never disappoints with his choice of guest and the tact he makes to guide the conversation. He lets his guests answer the questions and then backs it up with more.
Awesome work Dr. Brett with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng.

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