Diet Doctor Podcast #29 — Dr. Spencer Nadolsky, DO

Diet Doctor Podcast #29 — Dr. Spencer Nadolsky, DO

Welcome back to the Diet Doctor podcast with Dr. Bret Scher. Today, I’m joined by doctor Spencer Nadolsky. Dr. Nadolsky is board-certified in family medicine and obesity medicine, but as you’ll hear, also has a great deal of experience and interest in lifestyle medicine. He was a division one wrestler; he has spent a lot […]

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Why You Should Care About Nutrition

Why You Should Care About Nutrition

“Why You Should Care About Nutrition” Does it really matter what we eat? Well, the good news is, we have tremendous power over our health destiny and longevity— the majority of premature death and disability is preventable with a healthy enough diet. It’s. . . the. . . food. Most deaths in the United States […]

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How Not To Die: The Role of Diet in Preventing, Arresting, and Reversing Our Top 15 Killers

How Not To Die: The Role of Diet in Preventing, Arresting, and Reversing Our Top 15 Killers

[First, Dr. McDougall’s introduction of Dr. Greger. Captions of Dr. Greger’s talk start shortly.] All right, welcome back. We have what I consider the McDougall team, which is a group of associates, actually friends that I’ve had for 20, 30 years. And our next presenter is one of those men who’s worked with us, worked […]

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Dean Ornish – The Whole Food Plant Based Cure

Dr. Delgado: I’m with Doctor Dean Ornish and when I first read the studies about reversal of coronary heart disease, it was Dean Ornish that brought it to the public view. Doctor Dean Ornish, you’re doing some great work. Can you share with our audience the key of what you’re gonna share with this medical […]

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How Do We Know that Cholesterol Causes Heart Disease?

How Do We Know that Cholesterol Causes Heart Disease?

it is well accepted that coronary atherosclerosis is a chronic progressive disease it begins early in life and slowly progresses over several decades before symptoms arise however the average age in cholesterol-lowering drug trials is 63 and therefore people had already been exposed to a lifetime of circulating LDL cholesterol so no wonder pharmaceutical therapies […]

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The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100

The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100

“The Okinawa Diet: Living to 100” The dietary guidelines recommend that we try to choose meals or snacks that are high in nutrients but lower in calories to reduce the risk of chronic disease. By this measure, the healthiest foods on the planet, the most nutrient dense, are vegetables, containing the most nutrient bang for […]

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WHAT THE HEALTH Dr. Nick Delgado Responds to ZDoggMD’s Keto, Paleo Vegan

WHAT THE HEALTH Dr. Nick Delgado Responds to ZDoggMD’s Keto, Paleo Vegan

I’m responding to a response to a documentary called “WHAT THE HEALTH”, ZDogg MD, if you take a look at his website. I’ve taken a little bit of time to review through a few of his videos not just the one where he commented and made some rather strange expressions when he didn�t agree what […]

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How Much Should You Exercise?

[Music] researchers who accept grants from the coca-cola company may call physical inactivity the greatest public health problem of the 21st century but actually physical inactivity ranks down at number five in terms of risk factors for death in the United States and number six in terms of risk factors for disability and inactivity barely […]

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