Revolution Health Radio

Chris Kresser

Revolution Health Radio debunks mainstream myths on nutrition and health and delivers cutting-edge, yet practical information on how to prevent and reverse disease naturally. This show is brought to you by Chris Kresser, health detective and creator...Show More
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RHR: How to Rewire Your Brain Using DNRS, with Annie Hopper

1:04:54 | Jul 2nd

Neuroplasticity is the idea that your brain can “rewire” itself in response to a variety of factors—including negative ones, like chronic illness and trauma. The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) allows us to correct those patterns and heal. In...Show More
RHR: The Functional Medicine Approach to Cancer, with Lise Alschuler

45:11 | Jun 18th

While the conventional approach to cancer has made some strides, it doesn’t recognize how important diet and lifestyle are for treatment and prevention. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Dr. Lise Alschuler about the Functional M...Show More
RHR: A New Understanding of SIBO and IBS, with Mark Pimentel

1:02:09 | Jun 6th

Dr. Mark Pimentel is an expert on conditions related to the microbiome, including small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO). In this edition of Revolution Health Radio, I welcome Dr. Pimentel back to the show to talk about SIBO and its links to IB...Show More
RHR: How Sleep Temperature Improves Your Rest, with Tara Youngblood

32:00 | May 23rd

Getting enough sleep is one of the most important things we can do for our health, and optimizing your sleep temperature can have a major impact on the quality of your rest. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Tara Youngblood abou...Show More
RHR: All about the Gut Microbiome and Probiotics, with Raja Dhir

1:18:27 | May 14th

Your gut health is connected to the well-being of nearly every system in your body. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with microbiome expert Raja Dhir about the gut microbiome and the impact probiotics have.
RHR: Your Guide to Keto Fasting, with Dr. Joseph Mercola

53:36 | Apr 30th

Keto fasting combines a very-low-carb diet with intermittent periods of fasting—and it has the potential to improve your sleep, cell regeneration, and gut health. Find out more about this lifestyle in this episode of RHR.
RHR: Biohacking Your Ancestral Lifestyle, with Ben Greenfield

54:28 | Apr 16th

Trying to balance ancestral health with your modern lifestyle can be challenging, but that’s where biohacking comes in. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with health performance expert Ben Greenfield about the best ways to use techno...Show More
RHR: How to Get More Bone Broth into Your Diet, with Justin Mares

38:02 | Apr 9th

Bone broth is common in traditional cultures—but, despite its impressive health benefits, it’s not a staple in the Standard American Diet. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with entrepreneur Justin Mares about the health benefits of ...Show More
RHR: The Root Cause of Thyroid Disorders, with Izabella Wentz

55:46 | Mar 29th

Hashimoto’s is the most common cause of thyroid disorders in the nation—and it can cause disruptive symptoms well before a conventional doctor would make a diagnosis or offer treatment. And that’s where the functional approach differs. In this episod...Show More
RHR: How Your Nervous System Impacts Gut Health, with Allison Post

55:36 | Mar 21st

Our modern lives are full of stress, distraction, and disconnection. That has an impact on our nervous systems—and our gut health. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Allison Post about how your gut wellness is tied to your nervou...Show More
RHR: What the EAT-Lancet Paper Gets Wrong, with Diana Rodgers

1:09:04 | Feb 26th

Meat is in the news again, and, as usual, a new study is claiming that animal products are unhealthy and bad for the environment. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, Diana Rodgers and I discuss everything the much-publicized EAT-Lancet paper ...Show More
RHR: What’s the Best Diet for Diabetes?

18:06 | Jan 22nd

If you have diabetes, you’ve probably gotten contradictory advice on which diet can help you manage it. While there isn’t one diet that will work for everyone, there are some changes you can make today that will help. In this episode of Revolution He...Show More
RHR: The Health Benefits of Bee Products, with Carly Stein

54:54 | Dec 11th, 2018

Bee products like propolis, royal jelly and unpasteurized honey can strengthen your immune system, improve memory and even help you sleep. In this episode, Beekeeper’s Naturals founder Carly Stein joins me to discuss the benefits.
RHR: Why You Should Practice Nonviolent Communication, with Oren Sofer

49:06 | Dec 5th, 2018

In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, I talk with Oren Sofer about what nonviolent communication is and how it can help you connect with the people in your life.
RHR: What the Latest Research Says about Probiotics, with Lucy Mailing

37:29 | Nov 14th, 2018

What’s the real story when it comes to probiotics? Are they safe and helpful, or should you take them with caution? I discuss what the data really suggests about probiotics with Lucy Mailing.
RHR: How to Address the Root Cause of Your Asthma

28:25 | Oct 31st, 2018

In this episode, I'm answering a listener question about asthma. I’ll explain four common asthma triggers and talk about how to balance your immune system.
RHR: How to Use Tech to Improve Your Sleep, with Harpreet Rai

57:31 | Oct 23rd, 2018

In this episode, I talk with Oura Ring’s Harpreet Rai about how to use technology to track your sleep habits and improve your shuteye.
RHR: The Truth about Saturated Fat, with Zoё Harcombe

1:30:45 | Sep 27th, 2018

We’ve all been told to steer clear of saturated fat. Is it harmful or healthy? In this episode, we talk about what the data show as the truth about saturated fat.
RHR: Is High Fat Healthy for the Gut Microbiota?

25:01 | Sep 19th, 2018

There are many reasons not to trust studies that suggest that all fat harms gut health. Find out why the latest research doesn’t paint a clear picture of how your diet impacts your health.
RHR: How Sauna Therapy Can Prevent & Reverse Chronic Disease, with Brian Richards

1:04:29 | Sep 4th, 2018

Research shows what countless cultures already know: sauna use is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. Learn what makes near infrared saunas different.
RHR: How to Fight Practitioner Burnout with Dr. Akil Palanisamy

44:03 | Aug 23rd, 2018

Long hours, high patient turnover, and the struggle to make a difference contribute to physician burnout. Learn how physician burnout has ballooned to such a serious problem and what you can do to prevent it.
RHR: The Shift from Treatment to Prevention, with Vipul Vyas, Laura Conley, & Pat Charmel

59:52 | Aug 8th, 2018

Historically, medical care has focused on treating injuries or illnesses. Now, we’re seeing a shift in focus towards helping people manage their health and prevent illnesses from developing in the first place.
RHR: The Ocular Microbiome, with Dr. Harvey Fishman

46:08 | Jul 10th, 2018

You may not realize that there is also an ocular microbiome. Today, we discuss the role of the ocular microbiome and how it may contribute to eye disease and overall eye health.
RHR: How to Move like an Animal to Get You Leaner, Fitter, Stronger and Healthier for Life, with Darryl Edwards

38:46 | Jun 28th, 2018

Darryl Edwards, author of the new book Animal Moves: How to Move Like an Animal to Get You Leaner, Fitter, Stronger and Healthier for Life, educates people about the dangers of being sedentary.
RHR: Why Your “Normal” Thyroid Lab Results May Not Be Normal

34:48 | Jun 12th, 2018

When lab results for thyroid function come back as “normal,” it’s easy to assume that everything is functioning well. However, there are several different reasons these results can be misleading.
RHR: The Power of Motivational Interviewing, with Ken Kraybill

1:12:07 | Jun 1st, 2018

Today, we talk with Ken Kraybill about the importance of motivational interviewing, how it’s being applied today, and why every coach can benefit from learning this collaborative style.
RHR: Harnessing the Power of Positive Psychology in Health Coaching – with Robert Biswas-Diener

55:41 | May 15th, 2018

In this episode, we talk with Robert Biswas-Diener about important skills and competencies one needs to be successful as a health coach.
RHR: Bringing Functional Medicine to the Masses – with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

1:17:54 | May 1st, 2018

We often make the mistake of assuming that big problems require big interventions to make a difference. But it’s actually a series of small changes that tends to make the biggest impact.
RHR: Scaling Functional Medicine: The Berkeley Fire Department Wellness Program

1:13:21 | Apr 24th, 2018

While Functional Medicine is gaining in popularity and reputation, the costs associated with it are still prohibitive for many people. Tune in for a roundtable discussion on the Berkeley Fire Department pilot wellness program.
RHR: Practical Steps for Healing the Gut—with Michael Ruscio

47:39 | Apr 3rd, 2018

Today, we chat with Dr. Michael Ruscio, whose new book, Healthy Gut, Healthy You, sets out to create a guide that walks individuals through a step-by-step self-help process of healing.
RHR: How to Maximize Your Nutrient Intake—with Chris Masterjohn

58:57 | Mar 21st, 2018

Today we talk with Chris Masterjohn about nutrient density and how to incorporate that knowledge into your daily food choices.
RHR: What the Heck Should We Eat? with Dr. Mark Hyman

45:00 | Feb 27th, 2018

Today, we chat with Dr. Mark Hyman about what you should eat and various ways you can sift through the changing and conflicting overload of dietary information.
RHR: How to Make Paleo Cooking Fun, Easy and Filled with Umami—with Michelle Tam

49:22 | Feb 21st, 2018

Today I talk with Michelle Tam from Nom Nom Paleo about tips, tricks, and ways to get your entire family on board with cooking and eating healthy meals at home.
RHR: A New Model of Care for Chronic Disease

56:12 | Feb 8th, 2018

The episodic model of care from conventional medicine is outdated in technology and failing in approach. Today, Dr. Sunjya Schweig and I discuss how the shift towards the Collaborative Care Model improves chronic disease care.
RHR: Debunking Paleo Diet Myths—with Sarah Ballantyne

39:19 | Jan 16th, 2018

Today, I talk with Dr. Sarah Ballantyne, PhD (a.k.a. The Paleo Mom), about the science and research that supports the ancestral diet and lifestyle.
RHR: How Dental Health Affects Your Whole Body—with Steven Lin

50:54 | Jan 9th, 2018

Did you know that needing braces isn’t “normal”? Today I talk with Dr. Steven Lin about the diet–dental disease connection and what you can do to improve your own dental health.
RHR: The Importance of Strength Training—with Sal Di Stefano

58:40 | Dec 20th, 2017

Exercise, diet and sleep are three lifestyle behaviors that are vital to transforming your health. Today, I talk with fitness expert Sal Di Stefano about strength training and why it is critical.
RHR: The Best Ways to Support Diet Change—with Melissa Hartwig

43:36 | Dec 6th, 2017

Changing from a “Standard American Diet” to a whole foods diet can produce dramatic results. Today I talk with Melissa Hartwig to discuss the best ways to help people make the leap to “real” food.
RHR: A Functional Medicine Approach to PCOS

57:52 | Nov 28th, 2017

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is an endocrine disorder that affects many women. Today I’m talking with Dr. Amy Nett about the Functional Medicine approach to PCOS and how it differs from the conventional model.
RHR: A Three-Step Plan to Fix Conventional Healthcare

53:30 | Nov 8th, 2017

In today’s podcast interview, I discuss why conventional medicine has failed to address chronic disease and what we can do about it.
RHR: What the $#@! Is Wrong with What the Health?

24:34 | Oct 24th, 2017

In this episode, we’re talking about a Netflix documentary called What the Health. Read on to find out what peer-reviewed science actually tells us about human nutrition.
RHR: Can Your Paleo “Template” Include Grains & Legumes?

25:21 | Oct 10th, 2017

This week I cover the question of whole grains and legumes on a Paleo diet. Are they beneficial or should they be avoided? The answer isn’t that simple.
RHR: Candida—Hidden Epidemic or Fad Diagnosis?

16:37 | Sep 26th, 2017

Candida is one of those polarizing topics in medicine. Today I’ll share my experience with fungal overgrowth and how I treat it.
RHR: Unanswered Questions About SIBO

20:51 | Aug 31st, 2017

In this podcast, I’ll discuss the questions I think still need to be answered about SIBO diagnosis and treatment—and maybe challenge a few “truths” in the process.
RHR: Three Reasons Why Conventional Healthcare Is Destined to Fail

24:33 | Aug 23rd, 2017

Healthcare continues to be a debate between political parties. But neither the politicians nor the media are acknowledging the real reasons that healthcare is floundering. How do we change this? Listen in to find out.
RHR: Are High-Fat Diets Bad for the Microbiome?

20:35 | Aug 18th, 2017

Those in the Paleo and ancestral health communities have a tendency to follow high-fat, low-carb diets. But are there downsides? What happens to our microbiome on a high-fat diet?
RHR: Should You Consider Medical Marijuana?

28:35 | Aug 3rd, 2017

Medical marijuana is a pretty complex topic. Today I’ll cover the basics and talk about my experience with medical marijuana in my practice.
RHR: Resolving the Underlying Causes of ADHD and Autism

29:03 | Jul 20th, 2017

Today we’ll discuss what the latest research says about the underlying causes of both ADHD and ASD and what areas to investigate if you or a loved one has been diagnosed.
RHR: The Myth of Adrenal Fatigue

33:05 | Jul 6th, 2017

Today I’ll discuss the current scientific evidence behind what happens to us when we experience chronic stress and propose that a much more accurate term for this would be HPA axis dysfunction.
RHR: The Ketogenic Diet and Cancer

19:29 | Jun 23rd, 2017

Today I’ll review the research supporting the metabolic theory of cancer and explore how the ketogenic diet may impact cancer tumor growth.
RHR: Will I Have to Follow This Diet Forever?

25:39 | Jun 1st, 2017

Today I’m addressing a listener question regarding diet restrictions for those suffering from autoimmune disease and how often it is possible to reintroduce favorite foods after a period of time.
RHR: Why B12 Deficiency Is Significantly Underdiagnosed

21:10 | May 19th, 2017

Vitamin B12 deficiency is more common than statistics indicate. Today I discuss the right way to get your B12 tested and how to treat it if you are deficient.
RHR: What Nutrients Do Kids Need to Thrive?

23:29 | May 5th, 2017

A Paleo diet is a great option for adults, but what about children? Today I discuss nutritional needs of kids and how a Paleo diet can meet those needs.
RHR: Could Gluten-Free Diets Be Harmful?

21:25 | Apr 20th, 2017

Today, I address a listener question regarding possible drawbacks to a gluten-free diet. Find out why I maintain that a gluten-free diet can be healthy.
RHR: How to Slow Down Aging—with Sara Gottfried

54:23 | Apr 6th, 2017

Today, I talk to Dr. Sara Gottfried about her new book, Younger, and how specific genes or environmental factors can affect how fast your body ages.
RHR: Why We Gain Weight—Beyond Carbs, Fat & Protein with Robb Wolf

56:17 | Mar 23rd, 2017

Diet is always a hot topic in the Paleo and ancestral health community. There are diehard advocates on every side. Today I talk with Robb Wolf about his new book Wired to Eat. We explore how his approach to diet has evolved beyond just choosing the r...Show More
RHR: Why Your Brain Makes You Fat—with Stephan Guyenet

1:00:40 | Mar 2nd, 2017

Why is it that both low-carb and low-fat diets can produce weight loss? Why is it so hard to avoid foods that taste good? Is it really about willpower? Today I discuss the brain’s influence on food intake with neuroscientist Dr. Stephan Guyenet. Lear...Show More
RHR: Methylation: Are We Supplementing Too Much?—with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald

44:39 | Feb 16th, 2017

Methylation has been a popular topic in the alternative health world for quite some time. The ease of access to genetic testing and the ability to look at things like the MTHFR gene have led many people to be concerned about their methylation status,...Show More
RHR: The Functional Medicine Approach to High Cholesterol

22:15 | Feb 2nd, 2017

The message that “cholesterol is bad and if you have high cholesterol you should take a statin to lower it” is out of date and not in sync with the most recent scientific evidence. Unfortunately, the latest findings have not trickled down to the aver...Show More
RHR: Building a Career in Functional Medicine & Ancestral Health

31:23 | Jan 19th, 2017

One of the questions I get asked most frequently is how can someone become a functional medicine practitioner. It’s an important question because I truly believe that functional medicine is the future of healthcare. The good news is there is an incre...Show More
RHR: Treating Viral Pneumonia and Other Infections

17:39 | Jan 12th, 2017

Pneumonia is a difficult illness at best—and it’s a frightening one when it strikes an elderly family member. This hit close to home with me recently after my father developed pneumonia during a hospital stay. In today’s podcast, I discuss the botani...Show More
RHR: Do Emotions Impact Our Health?

22:26 | Dec 29th, 2016

When discussing health and healing, it’s easy to focus on things like diet and exercise. But we aren’t just physical beings—we are spiritual and emotional beings as well. In today’s podcast, I discuss how our emotions can affect our health and why fo...Show More
RHR: Exercise and “Adrenal Fatigue”

25:32 | Dec 16th, 2016

Everyone knows that exercise plays an important role in health. However, fatigue is a common symptom of those recovering from “adrenal fatigue,” also known as HPA axis dysfunction. So how do you exercise when you feel exhausted? Read on to learn abou...Show More
RHR: The Functional Medicine Approach to Anxiety

26:40 | Dec 2nd, 2016

Anxiety can significantly impact quality of life. While the conventional medicine approach focuses on balancing neurotransmitters in the brain, the functional medicine approach is to look for the root cause. Today I’ll discuss the top three pathologi...Show More
RHR: Is Bipolar Disorder Caused by Chronic Inflammation?

30:34 | Nov 17th, 2016

Bipolar disorder affects over 5 million Americans. While conventional medical treatment usually focuses on neurotransmitters in the brain, the functional medicine focus is on the underlying causes. Today I’ll explore the link between bipolar disorder...Show More
RHR: The Impacts and Ethics of Eating Meat — with Diana Rodgers

55:06 | Oct 27th, 2016

It seems like almost every week there is a new article published documenting the negative environmental or ethical implications of consuming animal foods. But there are a lot of inaccuracies and misconceptions on this topic that get repeated by the m...Show More
RHR: New Treatment for SIBO and IBS-C—with Dr. Kenneth Brown

38:23 | Oct 13th, 2016

As you know, I treat a lot of patients with gastrointestinal issues. Two of the most challenging conditions to treat are methane-predominant SIBO and constipation-predominant IBS. Join me as I talk with Dr. Kenneth Brown, a practicing physician and c...Show More
RHR: How To Tell If You Have A Leaky Gut

22:22 | Sep 1st, 2016

The intestinal barrier plays a critical role human health and disease. It allows for the absorption of nutrients from the food we eat, while at the same time, it protects against the entry of allergens, as well as bacteria, fungi, and parasites. Esse...Show More
RHR: Prevention and Treatment of Alzheimer’s from a Functional Perspective—With Dr. Dale Bredesen

46:36 | Jul 14th, 2016

Alzheimer's is a disease that has perplexed researchers for decades and as many as 45 million Americans may develop it in their lifetime. Dr. Bredesen of the Buck Institute has been leading ground-breaking research on how Alzheimer's can be prevented...Show More
RHR: Unschooling as a Cure for “Industrialized Education”—with Jeremy Stuart

1:05:30 | Jun 23rd, 2016

Does the modern educational system match the way humans have naturally evolved to learn? Or is it a mismatch, just like the modern industrial diet? I discuss the problems of "industrialized education" with filmmaker Jeremy Stuart—and how unschooling ...Show More
RHR: Why You Need to Eat More Vegetables—and How To Do It, with Dr. Tom Cowan

42:58 | Jun 2nd, 2016

Did you know that many traditional hunter-gatherer societies ate as many as 100 different species of plants? For several years, I've known that the biggest difference between my diet and the ancestral diet was not the meat that I was eating, or the e...Show More
RHR: Is a Disrupted Gut Microbiome at the Root of Modern Disease?—with Dr. Justin Sonnenburg

44:18 | May 13th, 2016

Dr. Justin Sonnenburg makes a powerful argument for viewing our microbiota as the control center for human biology—that our microbiota are not just impacting digestion and absorption, but having systemic impacts on our immune system, our metabolism, ...Show More
RHR: Genomic Testing for Chronic Illness—with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker

44:05 | May 5th, 2016

If you’ve been listening to my podcast for a while or following my email list, you’ll know that the topic of chronic inflammatory response syndrome, or CIRS, is of great interest to me both professionally and personally. Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker is one ...Show More
RHR: How to Stay Fit—And Healthy—with Mark Sisson

39:05 | Apr 21st, 2016

What's the key to mastering endurance training without ruining your overall health? I talk with Mark Sisson, author of Primal Endurance and publisher of one of the world’s most trafficked health blogs, We discuss how he applies h...Show More
RHR: Fecal Microbiota Transplants — An Update with Glenn Taylor

54:41 | Apr 7th, 2016

In this follow-up interview with Glenn Taylor of the Taymount Clinic in the U.K., we discuss the latest developments in fecal microbiota transplant (FMT). Is FMT a panacea? Does everybody get better and live happily ever after? Or are there some peop...Show More
RHR: The Healing Power of the Placebo Effect—with Jo Marchant

43:24 | Mar 24th, 2016

Can placebo heal underlying conditions or just change our experience and perception of them? Jo Marchant and I explore the placebo effect — problems with how it is defined, the measurable biological and physiological effects, and how clinicians and p...Show More
RHR: The Keys to Longevity with Peter Attia

54:34 | Mar 10th, 2016

Peter Attia and I discuss eight levers that influence one’s longevity, the commonalities of degenerative diseases, and the importance of social support and sense of purpose when it comes to your health.
RHR: Dr. Mark Hyman on the Future of Medicine

41:24 | Feb 25th, 2016

Mark and I discuss the failures of conventional medicine, research that supports functional medicine and discovering the underlying roots of illness, and what the future holds for the delivery of care.
RHR: How To Test Your Home for Mold, with Mike Schrantz

56:24 | Feb 11th, 2016

Learn how environmental professionals detect problems and improve the health of built environments. Mike Schrantz will discuss myths and truths about common mold tests, and where to start if your house needs testing.
RHR: What Mainstream Medicine Gets Wrong About Hormones with Dr. Sara Gottfried

59:02 | Jan 7th, 2016

What are the biggest mistakes in the mainstream treatment of hormone imbalances? Dr. Gottfried and I discuss these mistakes, post birth control syndrome, and what hormone treatment should look like.
RHR: What Influences Methylation? An Interview with Dr. Ben Lynch

43:52 | Dec 10th, 2015

Dr. Lynch and I discuss the relative roles that genetics, epigenetics, diet, and lifestyle play in influencing methylation, and the environmental influences that affect methylation beyond your diet. What do we know and what do we not know about the r...Show More
RHR: Yes, You Still Need 7-8 Hours of Sleep—with Dan Pardi

35:20 | Nov 26th, 2015

Dan Pardi and I interpret the recent UCLA sleep study and discuss how it impacts those of us living in the industrialized world. What factors are important when it comes to sleep and what did the study not tell us?
RHR: Dr. Chris Shade on Mercury Toxicity

1:02:52 | Nov 12th, 2015

I talk with Dr. Chris Shade, an expert in the environmental and analytical chemistries of mercury, about how we get exposed to mercury, the affect it can have on our bodies, what determines sensitivity to mercury, and the right (and wrong) way to tes...Show More
RHR: Should Everyone Supplement with Fish Oil?

21:17 | Oct 27th, 2015

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.
RHR: Subclinical Hypothyroidism—What You Need to Know

36:46 | Oct 15th, 2015

According to recent statistics, subclinical hypothyroidism may be more common than type 2 diabetes. In this podcast Dr. Amy Nett and I will discuss the thyroid physiology behind subclinical hypothyroidism and its clinical consequences.
RHR: Transform Your Practice, Change the World

47:47 | Sep 30th, 2015

Chris is joined in this podcast by Keith Rhys, his long time strategic advisor, as they discuss the two most important strategies that helped Chris to build a practice and business that makes a big impact. If you're a clinician trying to carve out a ...Show More
RHR: SIBO Update—An Interview with Dr. Mark Pimentel

0:00 | Sep 10th, 2015

Dr. Pimentel, associate professor of medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, discusses some unanswered questions about small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. Find out how he defines SIBO and what is on the horizon for testing and treatment.
RHR: Are Food Intolerance Tests Accurate?

31:26 | Sep 3rd, 2015

How do you know if any test is worthwhile? I'll explain what to look for in the methodology before discussing food intolerance tests and their validity or lack thereof.
RHR: Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker on Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome

1:05:01 | Aug 13th, 2015

Dr. Shoemaker is a pioneer in understanding how low-dose biotoxin exposure, including toxic mold and algae, impacts our health and contributes to disease. Find out what chronic inflammatory response syndrome is, how people get exposed, and who is sus...Show More
RHR: Testing and Treating Digestive Issues in Children

33:58 | Jul 23rd, 2015

Diagnosing digestive issues in children can be difficult. Find out when you should pursue testing for pathogens or gut issues and when to take an approach that rebuilds the gut.
RHR: What Causes Hormone Imbalance?

0:00 | Jul 16th, 2015

Hormones don’t go out of balance for no reason. In a healthy, functioning person, hormones will be regulated and operating as they should, so when they are out of whack, it is a sign that something is not working properly. This is where we turn to th...Show More
RHR: Dispelling the Acid-Alkaline Myth

31:59 | Jul 2nd, 2015

I’ll discuss the three basic claims of the acid-alkaline hypothesis and clear up the confusion about what it all means for your health.
RHR: Is Intermittent Fasting Good For You?

27:17 | Jun 18th, 2015

You can’t answer this question with a yes or no. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, and intermittent fasting could be a good idea or it could be a terrible idea, depending on your circumstances.