Interviews with medical doctors and scholars of Lifestyle Medicine .
What happened to the Podcast? A Monologue.
What happened to the podcast? And other big changes explained in this monologue. Keep in touch, everyone.
ICP 98: Dr. Brian Lenzkes- Low Carb Lifestyle Medicine
Please enjoy my conversation with Dr. Brian Lenzkes on how he found Low carb lifestyle medicine and how he keeps an open mind to other dietary practices.
Dr. Joel Kahn, MD- Lipoprotein(a), the Olive Oil Controversy & COVID 19 alt. remedies
Editors note: This episode was recorded at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in April 2020, but was published in October 2020.
ICP 97: Dr. Joel Kahn, MD- Lipoprotein(a), the Olive Oil Controversy & COVID 19 alt. remedies
Dave Feldman- Questioning the science of LDL's
Dave Feldman is a citizen scientist who is on a mission to call into question the long standing belief that lower LDL's are better and produce better long term outcomes. He joined me for a very cordial conversation and I thank him for his time.
Seth Yoder- On a Mission to Evaluate Scientific Accuracy in Nutrition
Hello, and thank you for listening to another episode of The Ian Cramer Podcast where I hope to provide you WITH a diverse collection of interviews with doctors and scholars of lifestyle medicine.
I’d like to start off by thanking Frank Bragg as the newest Patron of the podcast. Thank you Frank, especially in this time of Covid. The world is very different, people’s lives are very different, including mine. So your generosity in this time is much appreciated.
In episode #95, I am speaking with Seth Yoder. He came onto my radar after his name was mention by a previous guest of the podcast. So I looked him up, read some articles he wrote and liked the guy immediately.
Like me, Seth really enjoys learning about nutrition and appreciates evidence and discourse. He does what very few people have time to do, critique the work of other people. I consider this to be what put Seth on the map. He is known in many circles for writing extensively about the work of Gary Taubes, who wrote many books including Good Calories, Bad Calories, and Nina Teicholz, who wrote The Big Fat Surprise.
In our discussion, we talk about his education and what motivated him to critique these books and these authors. We then speak about his work with a new project called Red Pen Reviews which seeks to review popular nutrition books for their scientific accuracy and healthfulness.And we end with talking about Seth’s advice on finding the best evidence within the nutrition space.
Without further delay, I hope you enjoy my conversation with Seth Yoder.
Seth’s Website: https://thescienceofnutrition.wordpress.com/
You can read Seth’s work at SethYoder.com, or follow him on Twitter @NutritionCast.
Thanks for listening
Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, MD- How fiber fuels our gut, our mind and our lives
Welcome to the podcast that’s dedicated to making you healthier by interviewing medical doctors and scholars of lifestyle medicine. This is episode 94** of the Ian Cramer Podcast
In this episode, I am joined, again, by Gastroenterologist Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, MD. He and I spoke way back in 2018 in Episode 36, and this time around he comes on again to speak about new studies and findings and his new book coming out “Fiber Fueled: The Plant-Based Gut Health Program for Losing Weight, Restoring Your Health, and Optimizing Your Microbiome"
In our discussion, we talk about how Will’s diet evolved over the years from Hoffman hot dogs and cool-aid as a kid to Brussel sprouts and brown rice as an adult.
We talk about Mood disorders, anxiety, depression and brain health and how the gut plays a role in mental health. We talk about myths and truths about fibers. Then we end with talking about we can look at evolution and how studying our ancestors can answer question about gut health and how we should be structuring out diets today.
Dr. B is a thoughtful, humble and genuine person and I’m very happy to bring him to you. Please support him and his book, go pick up a copy. If you appreciate evidence and scientific reasoning, I can’t emphasize it enough. I hope you find this conversation helpful on episode 94 with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz.
Follow Dr. B on Instagram: TheGutHealthMD
A lot of podcasts have a hard time holding my attention. This one does not.
Ian does a great job of selecting quality, interesting guests and directs the conversation seamlessly.
Time flies by.
Better than Netflix.
Like that there are no cheesy, shameless advertisements.
Thanks so much, Ian.
Ian interviews a variety of WFPB experts, including many doctors. Intelligent folks, understandable, down-to-earth.
Fairness, Openness, Well-Imformed
I have to say Ian is a wonderful host and someone whom I find is very open minded and fair to ALL his guests no matter what side of the health camp they fall into. It gives me joy and an air of freshness to listen to Ian’s respectful questions to guests that think differently than he, and to see how others react to his respectful attitude makes the interview more enjoyable. Thanks Ian and keep it up!