In this episode of Dr. Ruscio Radio, the doc takes you through his process to find your ideal diet. There are so many diets to choose from and we’re bombarded day in and day out on the Internet and TV on what is good and what is bad. Dr. Ruscio simplifies it so you can find that ideal diet that’s waiting for you.
This week Dr. Ruscio interviews Stephen Olmstead, MD, Chief Science Officer for ProThera® Inc., who directs the company’s technical services and clinical trials. Dr. Olmstead earned his residency at Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital and is board certified in both internal medicine and cardiovascular disease. They discuss such topics as the gut/brain connection and mental health and the microbiota.
In this week’s episode of Dr. Ruscio Radio, the doc interviews Dr. Peter Ungar.
Peter S. Ungar is an American paleoanthropologist and evolutionary biologist. He is Distinguished Professor and Chairman of Anthropology at the University of Arkansas. Before arriving at Arkansas, he taught at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and the Duke University Medical Center. Ungar is known primarily for his work on the role of diet in human evolution.
In his continuing series on Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth, Dr. Ruscio covers the importance of the ileocecal valve and the interstitial cells of Cajal, as well as answers a listener question on Bile Acid Malabsorption in this episode of Dr. Ruscio Radio.