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.
J.J. Virgin and I chat about her son’s incredible story of recovery and how her “warrior mom” resilience kept her family together. We also discuss some simple tips for reaching your health and weight loss goals — plus, J.J. shares her #1 secret for living a longer, healthier life. You’re also going to learn one of the most critical supplements for keeping you and your brain healthy and strong and how YOU can stick to your diet and weight loss goals — even while you’re traveling.
Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/jj-virgin
Milli Hill, the founder of the Positive Birth Movement and the author of The Positive Birth Book and Give Birth Like a Feminist, chats with me about what a positive birth can look like, the TRUTH about water births, and why it’s always OK to change your doctor (especially if he or she is NOT listening to you). So whether you’re already a mother, are thinking of having kids, or want to learn how YOU can support the new mothers in your life, Milli will provide you with the tools you need to speak up and get the health services that you and your loved ones really need.
Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/milli-hill
Aaron Alexander, a healthy movement coach and the owner and founder of Align Therapy, talks to Dr. Steven Gundry about how some seemingly “normal” habits can hurt your body, and how rolfing, massage, and healthy movement can help you feel amazing — not just physically, but mentally and emotionally, too. We also talk about what you can do TODAY to start feeling better in your body and avoid “big picture” problems down the road.
Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/aaron-alexander-interview/
Bobbi Brown recently left her namesake brand, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, after 25 years… before taking her career in a totally new direction. On this episode, we discuss the challenges and rewards of reinventing yourself… and how to pursue your passion at any age (Bobbi is proof that it’s never too late!). We also discuss the connection between health and beauty — and share some expert tips for looking your best.
Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/bobby-brown-interview/
On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I share some surprising nutritional advice for gorgeous skin, hair, and nails. These simple tips can make you look YEARS younger, so you’ll want to hear them for yourself.
Full transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/diet-beauty/
Liana Werner-Gray — best-selling author of The Earth Diet and Cancer-Free with Food — chats with me about her incredible story of personal recovery, how she defeated her junk food cravings, and the simple recipes you can try at home to enjoy some of the most potent cancer-fighting foods on the planet. Not only that, but you’ll also learn about the vitamin you NEED for cancer prevention, the “super green” Liana swears by, and the best way to shop for healthy ingredients (even on a budget). So whether you’re worried about your diet or just want to learn some great kitchen tips, this episode is an absolute must-listen.
Transcript and show notes: drgundry.com/liana-werner-gray
Paul Saladino, MD, joins me on this episode of The Dr. Gundry Podcast to talk all about the controversial carnivore diet — the diet where the ONLY food you eat is meat. Dr. Saladino will explain the science behind the diet and talk about what you can and cannot eat — plus, you’ll get my take on the carnivore diet (should you really try this yourself?). We also argue about the power of plant polyphenols and discuss the ways our two diets might actually share some common ground. Believe me, you won’t want to miss this one!
Show notes and transcript: https://drgundry.com/carnivore-diet/
Dr. Jolene Brighten is a speaker, author, nutritional biochemist, and naturopathic medical doctor who focuses on women’s endocrine health. She has helped thousands of women address the root causes of chronic pain, acne, anxiety, and other symptoms — helping them regain control of their health. During this episode, we’ll discuss the long-term effects of using synthetic birth control and how many doctors are inadvertently hurting their female patients. We’ll also discuss Dr. Brighten’s holistic approach to women’s health care and what YOU can do to balance your hormones at any age.
Full show notes and transcript here: https://drgundry.com/jolene-brighten-interview/
On this episode of the Dr. Gundry Podcast, I’m going to take you on a journey of discovery. I’ll explain the origins of my lectin theory of disease, share useful tips and tricks for cutting lectins out of your diet, and discuss the case studies that helped solidify my research. You’re also going to hear me answer some of my fiercest critics and address the serious scientific scholarship underpinning everything I’ve written about lectins.
Transcript and show notes: https://drgundry.com/lectin-lecture
Dr. Jill Blakeway, an expert on energy healing and the author of the new book Energy Medicine: The Science and Mystery of Healing, chats with me about the science behind energy medicine, her ample experience as a practitioner and recipient of energy healing, and the steps YOU can take to practice energy healing yourself.
If you’re not already a believer in energy medicine, after hearing Dr. Blakeway address the skeptics, you may come away convinced.
Show notes and transcript here: https://drgundry.com/jill-blakeway-interview
Emily Fletcher discusses her latest book Stress Less, Accomplish More, and she and I discuss the number one misconception about meditation, how YOU can use meditation to reduce your levels of stress and boost your microbiome, and the best way to use both sides of your brain to unlock your creative potential. We also talk about Emily’s transformation from a young, stressed out Broadway performer to a meditation teacher helping CEOs and Fortune 500 companies become even MORE successful.
Dr. Gundry answers all your questions about his latest book, The Longevity Paradox, and discusses everything from long-distance running to juicing. So if you’ve ever wondered what animal proteins you can eat, what “grass fed” really means, and a few of the best ways to cut your risk of dementia with diet, then you won’t want to miss this episode.
Dave and Jann Hales have documented their journey on The Plant Paradox diet on the YouTube channel, AZ Life Cooking. Today, they'll share how changing their eating habits helped them find complete relief from their symptoms, and their tips for being successful.
Dr. Joseph Mercola and I discuss his new book, KetoFast: Rejuvenate Your Health with a Step-by-Step Guide to Timing Your Ketogenic Meals, and how YOU can use fasting to boost your health, metabolism, and energy.
Karen Rinaldi, author of the new book (It's Great to) Suck at Something, chats with me about the healthy reason to suck at something and the remarkable ways imperfection and failure make us stronger. And I'll share the one thing I suck at (but still LOVE to do).
Izabella Wentz, the pharmacist, author, and Hashimoto's disease expert, talks with me about the plight of the female patient, the symptoms of a "broken" thyroid, and the healing powers of eliminating lectins from your diet.
Cal Fussman, expert interviewer and New York Times bestselling author, talks to me about the keys to success and how asking the right questions can help YOU shape your career, boost your health, and even get your kids to open up.
Eliza Kingsford, weight loss expert and author, chats with me about understanding diet, staying healthy, and keeping the weight off for good. We also discuss Kingsford's new book, Brain-Powered Weight Loss, about the psychological connection between what we eat and how we feel.
Dave Asprey, best-selling author and founder of Bulletproof Coffee, and I talk about his newest book Game Changers, his top longevity secrets, and the one food you should NEVER eat raw. We also discuss some simple ways to cut through brain fog, reduce your stress, and boost your performance.
Brett Bartholomew, a fitness expert who works with high-performance athletes and the best-selling author of Conscious Coaching and I discuss the absolute easiest ways for YOU to get up and moving (even if it means doing a few squats while brushing your teeth!). We’ll also discuss motivation, dealing with negativity, the “Little League” mistake many parents are making, and much, much more.
When Allison Post was a teen, she began suffering from unexplainable and debilitating pains and infections. But every time she went to a doctor, she always heard the same thing: Nothing’s wrong with you. They told her to take an antibiotic and some painkillers and wait for her symptoms to get better. Except they didn’t. What happened next changed Allison’s life forever.
In my latest book, The Longevity Paradox, I pull back the curtain on the secrets of the world’s “super-agers.” In it, I also explain how YOU can live a longer, more active life. You’ll learn about l the “7 Deadly Myths of Aging” and the Nobel Prize-winning secret proven to extend the human lifespan. The best part is, it’s not rocket science — in fact, most of my recommendations are things you can start doing at home TODAY to de-age your skin, reduce joint pain, and get up and active again.
Migraines can be absolutely debilitating. That’s why on this episode of the podcast, I’m going to discuss the roots of your throbbing head pain, sensitivity to light, and blurry vision. I’m also going to share my thoughts and advice on what you can TODAY to stop migraines in their tracks and take back your life.
Will Ahmed, founder & CEO of wearable tech company WHOOP, tells me how his product is helping elite athletes and Fortune 500 executives “bounce back” from everyday stressors — and how it can help YOU, too. Additionally, Will shares a simple “hack” to avoid feeling rundown, takes on WHOOP’s critics, and discusses the “big picture” implications of using data to optimize human performance.
Hannah Bronfman discusses what it means to “do what feels good,” her personal struggles with body image and her unhealthy relationship to food. She also offers some practical tips about how to start listening to your own body and eat what makes YOU feel good. But be warned: Bronfman’s positive attitude and approach to eating and wellness are contagious — you may even want to start doing what feels good as soon as you’ve finished listening!
Bone broth is all the rage these days, but does can it really mean the difference in your health? In this episode, I evaluate the major health claims associated with this alleged "superfood." So, whether you’ve recently considered jumping on the bone broth bandwagon, or even if it’s already a staple in your diet, you NEED to listen to this episode.
Dr. Daniel Amen (America's "most famous psychiatrist") tells me why he hates the term “mental illness”, why getting less sleep hinders your ability to make good decisions (gulp!), how you can actively change your mood by killing ANTs (automatic negative thoughts), and why he believes that psychiatric problems are actually brain problems.
Shawn Stevenson and I discuss his battle with degenerative disc disease, the debilitating effects of the “nocebo” effect, and how improving your sleep can help you lose stubborn weight. He also shares some life-changing insights from his most recent book, “Sleep Smarter”.
Arianna Huffington, Founder of the Huffington Post, Thrive Global and named one of Forbes Most Powerful Women shares with me her personal story about the traumatic fall that changed her life's mission. She now strives to end the stress and burnout epidemic faced by working women and men every day.
Thinking about cheating on your diet? I get it. Finding dietary "alternatives" can be difficult for those of us following the Plant Paradox, or any diet for that matter. That's why I'm back with another Q&A episode of the podcast.