Do you scrub your vegetables mercilessly before digging into them? You might be scrubbing off important nutrients and bacteria for your gut, according to Dr. Josh Axe. In today’s call Dr. Axe encourages you to eat a little more “dirty,” a topic he takes up at length in his new book, “Eat Dirt”.
A certified doctor of natural medicine and clinical nutritionist, Dr. Axe walks you through why it’s not just the quantity of your gut bacteria that matters, but also the quality. Learn key health insights from Eastern medicine you can apply to your own life, how to break out of what Axe calls “the medical model,” and the top three steps for healing your gut. Get gut-friendly recipes for your crockpot and for homemade hand sanitizer. Finally, find out which supplements you should incorporate into your routine.
- 3:00: Breaking out of the “medical model:” How a surprise cancer diagnosis changed Dr. Axe’s perspective on health.
- 7:00: A comprehensive approach: How Dr. Axe walks his followers through every step of health changes.
- 12:00: Western vs. Eastern medicine: What’s the difference?
- 15:00: Should you “eat dirt?”
- 19:30: The surprising reason why you should leave the brown spots on your carrots.
- 22:00: Quality over quantity: Why gut bacteria diversity is so important.
- 25:00: Gluten, and other things you don’t want in your bloodstream.
- 27:00: The top 3 steps to heal your gut.
- 30:00: Why you should make your crockpot your best friend.
- 34:00: Homemade hand sanitizer.
- 37:00: Which supplements are worth their salt?
- 40:00: Is tilapia worse than bacon?