HD on Boundless Health Podcast

 

 

You will not want to miss this episode of the Boundless Health podcast.  Seriously.  The host, Dr. Bret Scher, and I cover a lot of ground in this Round 2 episode.  We talk about:

  • What’s good about alternative medicine
  • What’s bad about alternative medicine (my area of expertise, of course)
  • How to navigate the intersection between conventional and alternative medicine
  • Rampant over-testing in the alternative medicine world
  • The value (or lack thereof) of board certification in anti-aging medicine
  • What we don’t know about the gut microbiome
  • Why doctors are leaving medicine

I especially enjoyed recording this episode, as I gave Dr. Bret some pushback about his gentle approach to interviews with guests from the alternative medicine world, forcing him to think harder about what his role should be in helping his listeners separate the wheat from the chaff.

This episode has a little something for everyone, so even if you normally don’t listen to podcasts, I’d recommend you give this one a try.  You can access the Boundless Health podcast in any of the following ways:

  • Type “Boundless Health” into your favorite podcast app, and select BH015: How to Set Up Your Medical Team…
  • If you use itunes, click here, and select BH015: How to Set Up Your Medical Team…
  • If you use stitcher, click here.

If you missed Round 1 of Dr. Bret interviewing me, that’s also a great listen.  Round 1 and Round 2 are stand-alone episodes, so you can listen in either order.  To listen to Round 1:

  • Type “Boundless Health” into your favorite podcast app, and select BH002: Hormones Demystified.
  • If you use itunes, click here, and select BH002: Hormones Demystified.
  • If you use stitcher, click here.

After listening, come back here and tell me what you think in the Comments!

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