RHR: Reflections on The Game Changers Debate
The film The Game Changers makes a number of claims I disagree with—namely, that animal products are harmful and that a vegan diet is optimal for athletes. I recently appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience...
RHR: The Pitfalls of Genetic Testing, with Dr. Tommy Wood
As the popularity of consumer genetic testing services continues to climb, more and more consumers are making decisions about what to eat or what supplements to take based on their testing results. In this episode...
Have We Been Wrong about SIBO? with Dr. Purna Kashyap
Is SIBO the result of bacterial overgrowth, or decreased bacterial diversity? In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Dr. Purna Kashyap—an expert in the microbiome and G.I. issues—about his recent study on...
RHR: A Deep Dive into CBD, with Will Kleidon
The CBD industry is booming—and misinformation is growing as a result. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, CBD expert Will Kleidon clears up misconceptions about CBD and explains more about how these products work,...
Treating PTSD with MDMA, Dr. Michael Mithoefer
Conventional treatment for PTSD often means suppressing the symptoms associated with the disorder, rather than treating the underlying cause. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Dr. Michael Mithoefer about how MDMA,...
Should You Really Be Taking Fish Oil?
Fish oil might not be the cure-all it’s often advertised to be, and in some cases, it may even cause problems.
Should Everyone Supplement with Fish Oil?
Fish oil may not be all it was cracked up to be, especially in the case of heart disease prevention. In this podcast I'll discuss what the latest research says about fish oil supplementation.
Are Vegetarian Diets Better for the Microbiome?
It is true that some studies show vegetarian diets are better for the microbiome and eating meat is associated with unfavorable changes in the microbiome.
RHR: A Beginner’s Guide to Scientific Research
There is good research and bad research, and there's a tremendous gulf between the two. It is possible to evaluate research and to determine whether we can rely on a study’s conclusions.