Guest: William W. Li, MD Can fending off disease really be as simple as changing your diet? Tune in as Dr. William Li, President of the Angiogenesis Foundation and author of the New York Times bestselling book Eat to Beat Disease: The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself, shares highlights from his book about how different foods affect the body.
Host: Linda Bernstein, Pharm.D. Allergic reactions to peanut are unpredictable in occurrence and in how they present, with some individuals experiencing severe reactions from even trace amounts. Fortunately, there’s now an FDA-approved treatment option available that—when used in conjunction with peanut avoidance—can help reduce the risk of these allergic reactions in children with peanut allergy, as pharmacist Dr. Linda Bernstein explains.
Host: Maurice Pickard, MD Guest: Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN Fad diets are extremely popular and widely used when it comes to losing weight, yet there’s often no scientific evidence to support them. That’s why Christy Harrison, author of Anti-Diet: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being, and Happiness Through INTUITIVE EATING, is here to dive into diet culture, fads, and intuitive eating.
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Daniela Rosa, MD To learn more about the effects of dietary interventions after early breast cancer treatment and the current gaps that exist in systemic reviews that assess those effects, Dr. Matt Birnholz sat down with Dr. Daniela Rosa at the 2019 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium.
Dec 18, 2019
Host: Dr. Andrew Wilner Guest: Colin Zhu, DO Everyone loves eating, but what if we told you that eating specific foods could be used as a primary treatment? Dr. Andrew Wilner is joined by Dr. Colin Zhu to discuss the combination of culinary arts and the science of medicine along with how he educates the healthcare community about culinary medicine.
Jul 2, 2019
Host: Kelly Issokson, MS, RD, CNSC Guest: James D. Lewis, MD, MSCE After the “Nutritional Therapy for IBD: From Theory to Your Practice” session at the second annual Crohn’s & Colitis Congress in Las Vegas, dietician Kelly Issokson and Dr. James Lewis recap the key takeaways, how you can implement those takeaways into your practice, and the benefits of recruiting dieticians and other healthcare professionals to provide your IBD patients with nutritional therapy.
Apr 1, 2019
Host: Lu Ann Cahn Guest: James D. Lewis, MD, MSCE Whether they’re not getting enough calories or not eating a balanced diet due to disease restrictions, patients with IBD often have difficulty maintaining a healthy diet. So how can you help them navigate these diet and nutrition challenges? Filmed live at the 2018 Crohn's and Colitis Evening of Hope, Dr. James Lewis from the University of Pennsylvania discusses strategies you can implement in your practice.
Mar 17, 2019
Host: John J. Russell, MD Guest: Aaron Carroll, MD Over the years, the world of food has taken drastic swings, such as the demonization of butter in the '70s and today’s obsession with gluten-free foods to cut out carbs. Dr. Aaron Carroll, author of The Bad Food Bible: How and Why to Eat Sinfully, dives into the myths surrounding nutrition and why common sense might just be the answer to eating healthy.
Aug 20, 2018
Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Guest: Tanya Altmann, MD To investigate the concerning rise in both asthma and allergies in children, Dr. Brian McDonough is joined by Dr. Tanya Altmann, pediatrician and Editor in Chief of the American Academy of Pediatrics parenting books, to discuss why a missing component of the gut microbiome may be the potential cause and how nutrition and probiotics play a vital role in a child's growth and development.
May 23, 2018
Host: Kathy King, RDN Guest: Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RDN Fatty liver disease affects more than thirty percent of Americans, most of whom go undiagnosed due to the typically asymptomatic early stages of the disease. Joining Dr. Kathy King is Dr. Kristin Kirkpatrick, author of Skinny Liver and Lead Dietitian at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute. From diagnosis to long-term effects, Dr. Kirkpatrick discusses how fatty liver disease has become an epidemic among the American population and the role of nutrition and lifestyle guidelines.
Apr 11, 2018