Episode 118: Food Sanity

with Dr. David Friedman

On today’s episode of A Healthy Curiosity, you’ll learn about:

  • Separating food fact from fiction
  • Diet is a way of living, not a short-term solution
  • How the change in culture has affected national health
  • Where is best to source your food
  • Don’t count calories, make your calories count!

Has all the contradicting information about what we should and shouldn’t eat left you confused? Lifetime television’s morning show health expert and syndicated radio host, Dr. David Friedman (as seen on ABC, CBS, NBC, E!, Discovery Health, FOX, FitTV, The Food Network, Discovery Channel and more) has spent the past 15 years interviewing hundreds of health advocates, scientists, doctors and New York Times bestselling authors.

His goal has always been to share cutting-edge information that helps his audience reach optimal health. Unfortunately, each guest would contradict Dr. Friedman’s previous expert, creating more confusion than clarity. From proponents of a vegan, paleo, or Mediterranean diet to advocates of gluten-free and low carb eating, the opinions are as different as night and day. After becoming frustrated with so much biased (often paid for) and conflicting research, Dr. Friedman created a common science meets common sense approach that puts an end to all the culinary conundrum.

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