I love talking to Dr. Bret Scher, Preventive Cardiologist extraordinaire and host of the Boundless Health Podcast. He recently had me on his show for the third time and – as usual – this was a wide-ranging conversation. I wonder if he’ll continue to invite me, as he’s been killing it with some A-list guests recently. Not sure exactly where I fit into that mix, but for now, I’m happy to chat with him whenever called upon.
Allow me to tempt you with just a few of the topics we explore in this episode:
- My (early) personal experience with time restricted feeding (TRF) and what I hope to gain.
- What I think about non-physician engineers like Dave Feldman and Ivor Cummins (both recently interviewed on the BH Podcast – you should definitely listen to these) tackling cholesterol and glucose metabolism, respectively, from novel angles.
- The problem with making the ketogenic diet the “standard of care” for diabetes.
- Why I think that smart people are stupid about their healthcare.
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