Vegetables are always a critical component of a healthy diet, but their effect on the immune system makes them even more powerful at this time. Julie Brown, RD, the nutrition and assessments program manager at Life Time, joins us to discuss their many health benefits and to share her favorite cooking tips and best tricks for squeezing more veggies into your meals and snacks.
There are a lot of misconceptions around healthy eating. For our first bonus episode, we brought back our guests from episode 5 — nutritionist Julie Brown, RD, and Ryan Dodge, LifeCafe executive chef — to debunk five of the most common ones. You’ll learn whether all calories are created equal, if you can out-train a bad diet, the truth about low fat, and more.
Functional-medicine pioneer Mark Hyman, MD, chats with us about the problem with low-fat foods — and the truth about saturated fats.
Integrative-medicine pioneer Andrew Weil, MD, talks to us about his new book, Mind Over Meds, and why Americans are taking too many drugs.
Functional-medicine doctors are using new metrics to measure heart health and disease risk.
MS expert — and patient — Terry Wahls, MD, on what the recent discovery means for those with the neurodegenerative disease.