Rachel Scheer: Everything You Know About the Gut Is WRONG!
Today on the Scheer Madness Podcast, Rachel joins Ben Azadi, author of four best-selling books, including his latest Keto Flex, and has been the go-to source for intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet since 2013. He is known as ‘The Health Detective’ because he investigates dysfunction, and he educates, not medicates, to bring the body back to normal function.
In this episode, Rachel shares some great strategies for rebuilding gut health and emphasizing the importance of maintaining a balanced microbiome. Tune in as we chat about microbiome health, antibiotic usage, and fostering a healthy gut ecosystem.
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17:00 Do athletes recover from COVID?
19:59 Does a low fat diet decrease bile production?
23:08 Why is diversity important in the gut microbiome?
25:15 How long does it take for your gut to adjust to a diet?
27:01 What is a good supplement for bacteria in the gut?
29:00 How do you fix too much acid in your stomach?
32:27 Does omeprazole change gut bacteria?
33:57 How do you fix low gut motility?
36:02 Can antibiotics mess up your digestive system?
39:11 How do you heal a damaged gut lining?
40:03 What’s a healthy body fat percentage for women?
43:25 Why do women have higher body fat?
49:25 How can I boost my immune system while on antibiotics?
50:19 Gastroenterologists’ Varying Perspectives on Probiotics
54:14 The Age of Anxiety?
55:44 How much does big pharma make in a year?
56:32 Why do doctors ignore side effects?
1:00:10 Is depression usually caused by something?
1:02:32 Mysterious Podcast Episodes That Were Never Released
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Rachel Scheer is a Certified Nutritionist who received her degree from Baylor University in Nutrition Science and Dietetics. Rachel has her own private nutrition and counseling practice located in McKinney, Texas. Rachel has helped clients with a wide range of nutritional needs enhance their athletic performance, improve their physical and mental health, and make positive lifelong eating and exercise behavior changes.
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