Diet Doctor Podcast #71 — Metabolic health compilation

Metabolic health has become a hot topic lately, and for good reason. But it hasn’t always been that way. Hear from our four experts how the concept of metabolic health has changed for them, and how nutrition plays a vital role in improving metabolic health. But, as you will hear, the state of nutritional research is rather poor and can be quite confusing. How do you make sense of the research and apply it to improving your metabolic health?

Also, what is the role of physicians and scientists to educate the public over social media platforms? Drs. Nick Norwitz, Ethan Weiss, Ted Naiman and Michael Mindrum take us on a journey exploring these concepts and more in the latest Diet Doctor Podcast.

Thanks for reading,
Bret Scher, MD FACC

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Table of contents

00:00  Introduction
01:19  Nick Norwitz, PhD
02:47  Nick Norwitz as the future of metabolic health
06:10  Nick’s near death experience
12:33  The quality of the current scientific evidence
14:11  Defining metabolic health
17:22  Metabolic Health according to Dr. Ted Naiman
20:39  Metabolic health according to Dr. Michael Mindrum
27:26  Metabolic health according to Dr. Ethan Weiss
33:10  Dr. Naiman on teaching nutrition
36:13  Nick Norwitz in the statement “Doctors aren’t paid to be curious”
39:20  Nick on his future role and specialties
42:13  Dr. Mindrum on “Doctors aren’t paid to be curious”
47:00  Nick on the role of social media to educate people
50:34  Dr. Naiman on the role of social media
52:17  Dr. Mindrum on the role of social media
54:40  Dr. Weiss on the role of social media
58:00  The future of metabolic health and nutrition research
1:04:06 Conclusion

About the video

Virtual podcast recorded in March 2021, published in May 2021.
Host: Dr. Bret Scher
Producer: Hari Dewang

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