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Diet Doctor Podcast #75 — Why we need muscle

Muscles aren’t just for looking good. Having adequate muscle mass may be one of the biggest backers to good health. As you will hear from our guest expert, Stuart Phillips, PhD, maintaining muscle mass may be the difference between recovering from an illness and losing your independence. Muscle tissue can also contribute to metabolic health, […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #74 — Weight-loss surgery

Weight-loss surgery has advanced from a last resort intervention with an increased risk of severe complications to a low-risk procedure. It is relatively safe and efficient for patients who want to lose weight, improve diabetes, and alter metabolic disease. Drs. Ariel Ortiz and Meredith Sweeney help us explore this progression in weight loss surgery. We […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #73 — Processed-food addiction

Is highly processed food addictive and does it supersede our ability to choose whether or not we eat it? The oath “addiction” is a charged word that necessitates different things to different beings. In this interview with columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning investigate journalist Michael Moss, we discuss his extensive research into the processed food industry […]

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Have you listened to our protein podcasts?

Want to learn more about the advantages of trying higher protein nutritions? Why not tune into one of the many Diet Doctor podcasts, hosted by Diet Doctor Medical Director Dr. Bret Scher, that have boasted protein discussions over the last two years? Here’s a collection of some of those podcasts, just in case you’ve missed […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #72 — Nicolette Hanh Niman

Add as favoriteEnvironmental radicals, rich influencers, and government officials have suggested that we must stop eating beef to save the environment. But others think well-raised cattle can be part of a sustainable solution to feeding humanity. Rancher and columnist Nicolette Hahn Niman explains how inaccurate reports have continued the myth that cow are responsible for […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #70 — Dr. Ted Naiman

Add as favoriteProtein may be the most important and most overlooked nutrient in the meat macrocosm. We hear that either too much or too little may be harmful. But is it possible that increasing protein uptake can be the secret to healthful weight loss? Harmonizing to Dr. Ted Naiman, the answer is a resounding “yes”! […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #69 — The importance of protein

1 views Add as favoriteProtein may be the most important nutrient for state and weight loss. Yet protein is often marred by a are concentrated on carbs and fatty. Why should you eat more protein? How do you know if you are eating fairly protein? And what are the best gratuities to safely increase how […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #67 — Trey Suntrup, PhD

3 views Add as favoriteAre you curious about why you should test your ketones? Or what approach is best for you? Do you wonder how you should interpret your results? In this bout with Trey Suntrup, PhD, we delve into these discussions. This gossip is a real masterclass, plastering everything you need to know about […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #65 — Dr. Mariela Glandt

297 views Add as favoriteDr. Mariela Glandt learnt with the best professionals to learn how to treat diabetes. But her biggest reading came years after her educate when she detected low-carb foods. Now she sees more success with her diabetes cases than she ever reviewed possible. But it isn’t without its challenges, particularly in her […]

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Diet Doctor Podcast #62 — Gary Taubes

446 views Add as favoriteFew men have helped more people learn about low-carb diets than investigate reporter Gary Taubes. Dr. Atkins receives a great deal of the ascribe for popularizing the low-carb approach in the 70 s, but Taubes gets much of the approval for reigniting the glow with his 2002 section, “What if it’s […]