How to Reprogram Your Gut Health with Dr. William Davis




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Dr. William Davis is the Chief Medical Officer at Realize Therapeutics, bestselling author of Wheat Belly, and overall health crusader. We talk about the impact our gut microbiome has on overall health, the choices you can make to positively affect the gut, and more.

Dr. William Davis is the Chief Medical Officer at Realize Therapeutics, bestselling author of Wheat Belly, and overall health crusader. He is the authority on CIFO, CBO, endotoxemia, and everything related to our microbiome. He took what he saw in his practice and started speaking out about how people can reduce their hospital visits and achieve magnificent health at home without the use of drugs or medical intervention. Specifically, he pointed out the ways his patients’ food choices were impacting their lives. We talk about the vast impact our gut microbiome has on overall health, the choices you can make to positively affect the gut, and more.

Show Notes:

  • Dr. Davis' work as a doctor led him to discover that his patients and the American public had been misled about cholesterol and dietary fat being the culprits behind modern health issues

  • Dr. Davis dug into research around the impacts of pesticides, herbicides, and other environmental factors that disrupt our microbiome health, and he dives into this in his new book, Super Gut

  • SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth) is becoming increasingly common, and Dr. Davis estimates that 100 million Americans have it

  • Minimize antibiotic use, purchase organic foods when possible, consume whole foods, avoid synthetic sweeteners, and consume fermented foods to boost your overall gut health

  • Synbiotic 365 is a favorite of Dr. Davis for supporting the gut and healthy function

  • Green tea that is high in green tea catechins with a teaspoon of FOS is a great drink to help increase the mucus barrier and prevent intestinal permeability

  • Dr. Davis tries to include a fermented food and a food with prebiotic fiber into every meal, he also ferments hummus and apple cider using Florastor to really maximize the amount of probiotics he's ingesting

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