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The ONLY keto podcast hosted by a doctor, Keto Answers with Dr. Anthony Gustin (founder and CEO of Perfect Keto) features interviews with health and nutrition influencers, world-class thought leaders, and industry experts. With exclusive content that breaks down complex ideas to make them simple and digestible. We cover topics like ketosis for weight loss, intermittent fasting, low carb and ketogenic diets, nutrition, healing chronic conditions and hormones.

Keto Answers Dr. Anthony Gustin

    • Health
    • 4.8, 2K Ratings

The ONLY keto podcast hosted by a doctor, Keto Answers with Dr. Anthony Gustin (founder and CEO of Perfect Keto) features interviews with health and nutrition influencers, world-class thought leaders, and industry experts. With exclusive content that breaks down complex ideas to make them simple and digestible. We cover topics like ketosis for weight loss, intermittent fasting, low carb and ketogenic diets, nutrition, healing chronic conditions and hormones.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
2K Ratings

2K Ratings

jamz613 ,

Too bad

The content and guests are interesting and informative but unfortunately because of the host’s incredibly fast and hard to hear voice I find it hard to enjoy. His speech pattern sounds as if it’s on 2X and the volume of his voice is much lower than that of his guests. It’s too bad because it has the makings of a great podcast.

smv702 ,

Dr. Saladino

I loved this conversation! Loaded with mind blowing nuggets of information from liver talk, pepper and plant toxins. Whoa! A must listen. Thanks for the intro to Dr. Saladino.

Juliaocampo ,

We are not hunter gatherers anymore

Hi, love your podcast so much info!!
One thing I don’t understand is that we are not living in a cave with food scarcity. Our days in 2019 are not spent thrashing thru forest all day to hunt down a buffalo. So why would we base our diet on people that were walking all day thru mountains and valleys and basically life was rough really rough. If you compare life now to then, dare I say there’s no comparison, so I’m kinda confused when you interview drs that keep referencing the hunter fathers and basing their theory and diet on a way of life that is basically gone. Why would we eat like that? What logic is in that?
I am mostly carnivore and I am really trying to understand all these different theories. Thanks for your podcast! Allison

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