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From eliminating excess sugar, to cutting back on carbs, diving into keto, or becoming a devout vegan, today’s diet landscape can give you a sugar crash just thinking about it! Sugar Solved is here to demystify all the nutrition and health trends you’re bombarded with on a daily basis. Bringing you unbiased insight, research, and real world experiences from experts in the fields of medicine, nutrition, health, and wellness.You’ll gain knowledge and clarity around the biggest trends in health ...
 
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Dr. Kara Fitzgerald and Jill Sheppard Davenport join Chris to highlight their new book, Better Broths and Healing Tonics, which provides recipes for easy, flavorful, health-supportive broths, and add‑ins to “boost” the broths for maximum nutrition and healing benefits. They discuss the immense healing properties of broth and why it’s an excellent w…
 
Dr. Bryce Appelbaum, OD, joins Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to talk about the link between vision and your health. They discuss what vision is and how we learn it, why vision problems are actually brain problems and how they’re preventable and treatable, the impact of screen use on vision and brain development, what environmenta…
 
Doctor, clinical researcher, and author Dr. Michael Ruscio joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss the important and often overlooked connection between gut health, nutrient absorption, and thyroid function. They talk about why so many people are misdiagnosed with hypothyroidism and misprescribed thyroid medication, the my…
 
For decades, the mainstream medical view of gluten intolerance has been relatively black or white. But celiac disease is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to gluten intolerance—there are many other ways that sensitivity to wheat and/or gluten can manifest in the body. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, we’ll examine the science beh…
 
Athlete, personal trainer, coach, and six-time CrossFit Games competitor Marcus Filly joins Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss the training program he developed that blends bodybuilding methods with functional movements to help people look good and move well with a focus on longevity, strength, and aesthetics. The post RHR:…
 
Dr. Sunjya Schweig, Founder and President of the California Center for Functional Medicine, joins Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss the unique challenges associated with complex chronic illness, the “invisible” experiences of patients who suffer from these ailments, how the conventional medical system handles (and fails) t…
 
We've been told for decades that eating red meat will give us cancer, heart disease, and all kinds of other health ailments. But what if it's not true? What if the evidence against red meat was never strong to begin with and has become much weaker over time? In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines recent research and comprehensiv…
 
Harvard psychiatrist Dr. Chris Palmer joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to talk about metabolic psychiatry and his brain energy theory of mental illness. They discuss why classifying mental disorders as “separate” conditions is misleading; the connections between mental illness and disorders linked to metabolism, including diab…
 
Author and speaker Terri Trespicio joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss passion, purpose, and why there’s no linear path to the “right” life. They talk about why the pressure to find your one abiding passion can lead you down the wrong path, the myth that self-improvement means we need to be fixed, the counterintuitive …
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, strength and conditioning coach Graham Tuttle, aka the Barefoot Sprinter, joins Chris to discuss how our feet lay the groundwork for our health and athletic performance, why traditional shoes are bad for us, and how we can go barefoot to correct movement dysfunction and relieve our ailments. The post RHR:…
 
Authors David Montgomery and Anne Biklé join Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss soil health and nutrition. They discuss the importance of the microbiome of the soil, how conventional agriculture adversely affects the soil microbiome, how disruption of the soil microbiome has led to a decline in the availability of nutrients…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris discusses Parkinson’s disease and what we can do to address its rising prevalence in modern society. He’ll provide a better understanding of the mechanisms, signs, and symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, as well as cover some of the underlying causes that contribute to it. He also talks about steps you…
 
Physician and obesity medicine specialist Dr. Naomi Parrella joins Chris in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss metabolic health and how it relates to weight loss. Dr. Parrella talks about her work with patients from diverse backgrounds at Rush University, what it means to be metabolically healthy, what things interfere with progress…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines the efficiency and risks of calcium supplementation, talks about the diet and lifestyle factors that contribute to osteopenia and osteoporosis, and lays out a natural approach to preventing these conditions and improving your bone density. The post RHR: How to Naturally Prevent and Treat Os…
 
Chris is joined on this episode by the father of Functional Medicine, Dr. Jeffrey Bland. They discuss the history of Functional Medicine, how it has impacted current medical approaches to health, and the process of immuno-rejuvenation. Dr. Bland dives into how the immune system and the gut microbiome are linked, how diet impacts more than just your…
 
Tracey O’Shea, director of the ADAPT Functional Medicine Practitioner Training Program, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss why, now more than ever, Functional Medicine is an essential framework for managing chronic illness. Tracey discusses the advantages of working with and becoming an ADAPT certified Functio…
 
Jean Rogers, director of the Children’s Screen Time Action Network, joins Chris Kresser on Revolution Health Radio to discuss ways we can reduce screen time for children, and why doing so is crucial to their healthy development. Jean and Chris talk about the most recent trends in screen time among kids and teens, some of the physical and developmen…
 
Colleen Cutcliffe, CEO and Co-Founder of Pendulum Therapeutics, joins Chris on this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss how metabolic health is related to the gut microbiome, microbiome research, and probiotics. They’ll talk about the problem with current probiotics, the opportunities being presented by novel strains and formulations, inn…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris reviews research supporting the gut–brain–skin axis, explains the ways these three systems are interrelated, and suggests what you can do to improve your gut, brain, and skin health. The post RHR: Understanding the Gut-Brain-Skin Axis appeared first on Chris Kresser.…
 
Jeff Nobbs, co-founder and CEO of Zero Acre Farms, joins Chris on Revolution Health Radio to discuss how vegetable oils drive chronic disease, how years of misinformation led to the prevalence of their consumption worldwide, why they’re such a problem for our health and the environment, what’s important to consider when choosing a cooking oil, and …
 
Dr. Amanda is a chiropractor who focuses on Neuro-Optimization. Her tools and strategies aim to help people regulate and optimize their nervous systems. When people undergo pain and stressful events in their life, their nervous system can become dysregulated. This shifts their body from the parasympathetic to the sympathetic nervous system. Over lo…
 
Lawyer and workers’ rights advocate Julia Stephanides joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss health and the workplace. Julia talks about her background representing workers facing discrimination and harassment at work, how stressful work environments can cause and contribute to various health issues, and how compa…
 
Jenna Volpe is a holistic-minded dietitian, functional nutritionist, clinical herbalist, and energy healing practitioner who helps people “crack their code” so they can finally address long-standing health issues at the root-cause level. As a “wounded healer” who has gone through her own gut-healing journey for the better, being forced to navigate …
 
When you’re dealing with any kind of challenge like chronic pain or illness, it’s important to figure out how to still find joy and live your best life in the moment while working to address those bigger issues. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines what health really means and why it’s important to understand it as a dynamic p…
 
Biomechanist Katy Bowman, author of numerous books including Move Your DNA and Grow Wild, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss human movement ecology and the issue of sedentarism in our culture. They talk about how to reframe your idea of what movement is, ways you can naturally incorporate more of it into your …
 
Dr. Eric Goodman joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss how Foundation Training addresses back pain on a functional level and uses movement and breathing to correct the imbalances caused by our modern habits. Dr. Goodman explains the mechanics of back pain, the evolution of Foundation Training, how decompression b…
 
Nutrient density should be the primary consideration when it comes to the choices we make about what we eat. In this episode, Chris discusses what nutrient density is, how common nutrient deficiencies are and why, ways to optimize nutrient intake in your diet, and what is important to include in a quality supplementation program. The post RHR: Why …
 
Marion Reinson is the executive director of Eating For Your Health by Suppers, a nonprofit in Princeton, New Jersey that takes nutrition out of the clinic and into the home kitchen, where real change happens. Under Reinson, the group educates participants about how to source and prepare delicious, whole-food meals—without processed ingredients. She…
 
There is no single, optimal diet for every human. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser examines the evolutionary and biochemical perspectives on what we should be eating and brings some clarity to all the confusion and misunderstanding that's out there in order to help you make more informed and better choices for your own diet…
 
Until the age of 45, Netta had always eaten "normally"... that is, 3 meals a day, sometimes a snack or two, and treats. She was a self-identified sweet tooth. Not a day went by without her eating chocolate, cookies, or some kind of sweet dessert. And she didn't have a problem with that. She was lucky in that she didn't have a weight problem. But we…
 
Dr. Ingmar Gorman, co-founder of Fluence, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy. Dr. Gorman talks about the current research into the therapeutic use of psychedelics, the potential drawbacks to the increasing popularity of psychedelics in therapy, which substances are being stud…
 
Dr. Hayley Nelson earned her PhD in Psychological and Brain Sciences from The Johns Hopkins University, is a tenured professor of Psychology in the Philadelphia area, and is an international speaker. She has several peer-reviewed research publications and previous research and faculty appointments with The National Institutes of Health, The Johns H…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris examines studies related to the tendency of all body types to underreport their caloric intake, how our circadian rhythm potentially impacts the results of calorie restriction, how insomnia in middle age impacts cognitive function later in life, using lion’s mane mushrooms to slow the progression of…
 
Orlena Kerek is trained as a pediatric doctor in the UK., Now living in Spain with her husband and 4 kids. Now she teaches busy women in their 40s and 50s how to lead a healthy lifestyle they love so they can lose weight naturally, fix their relationship with food, get bucket loads of energy and lead a long and healthy life. She is the host of the …
 
Internationally renowned herbalist, licensed acupuncturist, author, clinician, botanist, mycologist, and research scientist Dr. Christopher Hobbs joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss medicinal mushrooms. They cover Dr. Hobbs’ history as a mycologist, the nutritional and health benefits of mushrooms, the therapeu…
 
Dr. Jennifer Roelands is an integrative medicine trained OB/GYN with over a decade of women's health experience. She is the CEO and founder of Well Woman MD, a clinic dedicated to a holistic, whole-body approach to care by using nutrition, lifestyle, and cutting-edge testing. She is also the host of Ignite Your PowHer podcast, a platform for badass…
 
The 25-time world record-holding powerlifter, professional boxer, co-founder of the HYBRID Performance Method, and co-author of Back in Motion, Dr. Stefanie Cohen joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss how to better understand and address back pain. They talk about Stefi’s journey to becoming a world-class athlete…
 
Shannan Bergtholdt, MS Ed, RDN is a Registered Dietitian with 19 years of experience and is highly adept at translating health information in engaging and effective ways. With a Master’s Degree in Exercise Science and Wellness, she designs custom fitness and nutrition strategies for her clients. Shannan runs a private practice and freelance writing…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser covers some of the most interesting recently published research studies, shares some insights from his clinical practice, and discusses subjects he’s been thinking about lately. Topics covered in this episode include types of medicinal mushrooms and their benefits, the effect of gut microbio…
 
If you drink wine, you should be paying just as much attention to what’s in the wine that you drink as you do to what’s in the food that you consume. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Todd White, founder of Dry Farm Wines, joins Chris Kresser to discuss natural wines. Todd explains how the modern wine industry has come to promote the larg…
 
Angelo Keely, Co-Founder and CEO of Kion, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss amino acids and their importance. Angelo talks about the difference between essential and non-essential amino acids, how we typically get amino acids in our diet, why we need them at all stages of life, and what to look for in an amin…
 
In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Chris Kresser reviews some of the most interesting recently published studies and shares his thoughts and insights on them. Chris examines studies related to dietary interventions with cancer, maintaining adequate vitamin D levels to help prevent COVID-19, the link between the pace of walking and biologic…
 
Dr. Uzma Jafri is a Family Physician Board certified in FM and Geriatric Medicine. She runs a mobile private practice and concurrently did that while working nights as a hospitalist in a busy medical center. The shift work and stress of the job, as well as running out of space on her metabolic dance card, left her at her highest weight in 2016 when…
 
Dr. Barrie Tan, one of the world's foremost experts in vitamin E, joins Chris Kresser in this episode of Revolution Health Radio to discuss tocotrienols and their health benefits. Dr. Tan talks about his discovery of the tocotrienol content in the annatto plant, explains how tocotrienols differ from and interact with tocopherols (the more commonly-…
 
Toby Amidor is the founder of Toby Amidor Nutrition, PC, where she provides nutrition and food safety consulting services for individuals, restaurants, and food brands. She has eight published cookbooks with her most recent The Family Immunity Cookbook, released in November 2021 and nominated for a Gourmand Award. Her ninth cookbook, Diabetes Creat…
 
Betty Murray, PhD-Candidate, MS, CN, IFMCP is passionate about transforming the lives of women who struggle with menopausal weight gain, insomnia, and fatigue. After witnessing firsthand through working with thousands of women across the U.S. and abroad, Betty observed that women (herself included) often wait to live the life they want until after …
 
Dr. Lisa Young is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) in private practice and has been counseling adults and children for 3 decades. Dr. Young offers individual counseling as well as group programs on a wide variety of nutrition-related issues including obesity and weight control, disease prevention, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, diabetes, os…
 
Dr. Angela Tran is Board-Certified in Internal Medicine and Obesity Medicine and is an active member of the American Board of Obesity Medicine Association. She has practiced in primary care since 2007 and recognized that obesity was often the root cause of many chronic medical conditions that she saw in her office including diabetes and high blood …
 
Isaac Pohlman is a registered dietitian and diabetes coach, currently residing in Chicago. He was inspired to pursue nutrition after developing a series of health issues himself, including hypothyroidism, hormonal imbalances, and type 1 diabetes, during his high school and early college days. He uses his personal experiences and education when work…
 
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