Animal-Based vs Plant-Paradox, A friendly debate with Steven Gundry, MD


20 years ago, Dr. Gundry decided to prevent health issues. He retired as a cardiologist to teach patients how to eat, guiding them on how to get ahead of the problem, not fixing it after the fact. He shifted towards a more proactive approach to health through food and diet changes. Dr. Gundry has successfully treated tens of thousands of patients suffering from autoimmune disorders, diabetes, leaky gut syndrome, heart disease, and neurodegenerative diseases with a protocol that detoxes the cells, repairs the gut, and nourishes the body. He is also host of The Dr. Gundry Podcast.

Time Stamps:
0:10:19 - Podcast Begins
0:11:26 - Plants don't want to be eaten
0:16:59 - How does Dr. Steven Gundry's research on the Hadza compare to my experience?
0:21:39 - Do the Hadza eat 150+ grams of fiber per day?
0:25:04 - The Hadza consume a significant amount of calories from fructose
0:27:49 - Was meat consumption the reason humans grew such big brains?
0:33:24 - The different ways we generate excess hydrogen sulfide
0:37:15 - Effect of feeding a high fat diet on hydrogen sulfide metabolism in the mouse
0:39:19 - Different ways humans can generate butyric acid
0:40:49 - Not eating fiber is an option for those who can't tolerate it
0:45:26 - Will you become constipated on a keto or carnivore diet?
0:49:59 - What happens in our bodies when we eat fructose?
0:55:09 - Is fructose a scare for metabolicly healthy individuals?
1:01:44 - How do we really become insulin resistant?
1:04:04 - Closing thoughts with Dr. Steven Gundry
1:06:14 - Pistachios have melatonin.. but they also have lectins
1:07:39 - Interesting article on Ramadan fasting
1:08:19 - Intermittent fasting is probably beneficial for humans
1:09:19 - Article: The Role of Ceramides in Insulin Resistance
1:10:19 - Closing thoughts on today's podcast