Stop feeling helpless in the face of vague complaints like fatigue, digestive problems, mood swings, inability to lose weight, etc. Learn to treat any chronic disease without writing more prescriptions. Heal yourself and your patients with the power of food. Join us for the return of Functional Medicine physician, Dr. Yousef Elyaman, as he schools us on elimination diets, phytonutrients, liver detoxification, going “paleo” and more. This is a deluxe episode so we’ve included a time key below. You’re welcome.
Dr. E’s Four steps to healing with food
Dr. Elyaman reports no relevant financial disclosures for this topic.
By the end of this podcast listeners will be able to:
02:30 Welcome Dr. Elyaman.
03:15 Stuart bums everyone out with a current event.
04:30 Functional Medicine defined.
07:10 Logistics of educating patients on dietary changes.
11:15 Four steps to healing with food.
15:00 Use food to treat chronic disease.
16:45 Fats and a nutritionally dense diet.
20:00 Alzheimer’s and food.
27:45 Eating on a budget.
33:40 Genetically modified foods, lectins and autoimmune disease.
40:30 Elimination diets.
46:00 Multiple sclerosis, Milk and casein.
50:00 Autism’s interplay with diet, genes, folate metabolism.
53:00 How to boost liver detoxification.
56:00 The Wahl’s protocol for multiple sclerosis.
58:30 Paleo diet.
1:00:00 Patient adherence.
1:07:35 Testing for and repleting vitamin deficiencies.
1:11:15 Fast food salad and inflammatory markers (Stuart derails the show again).
1:14:30 Dr. E’s Take home points.
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