In today’s ENCORE episode of Be HEALTHistic, we revisit the very first Pulse Check episode our Drs. Stephen and Drew Sinatra recorded, which addresses a variety of health concerns that are impacting our lives now — such as CBD and medical marijuana, intermittent fasting, fecal transplants, vaping and more. Whether you missed it the first time, or you’re listening again, this newsworthy show is even more relevant for our health today. The topics cover a wide spectrum of concerns — from poop to pot!
HELPFUL LINKS & RESOURCES
• For the full episode page, including links, resources and transcripts, visit here:
• The doctors talked about intermittent fasting: and the keto diet: find out more from Dr. Drew about these strategies.
• The doctors discussed fecal transplants; find out more about how gut health affects your weight and other body systems:
• Lots of factors can impact your GI health; read about how lifestyle affects gut health:
ABOUT DR. SINATRA:
Stephen T. Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.A.C.N., C.N.S., C.B.T., is a board-certified cardiologist who is also board certified in internal medicine, with additional certifications in nutrition, bioenergetic psychotherapy, and anti-aging medicine.
ABOUT DR. DREW SINATRA:
Dr. Drew Sinatra is a board-certified naturopathic doctor and self-described “health detective” with a passion for promoting natural healing, wellness, and improving quality of life by addressing the root cause of illness in patients of all ages. His vibrant practice focuses on treating the whole person (mind, body, and spirit) and finding missed connections between symptoms and health issues that are often overlooked by conventional medicine.
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This content is strictly the opinion of the doctors and is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as medical advice. All viewers are expected to consult with their health care professionals regarding any personal health questions, especially before starting any nutritional program, and/or if they are taking any medications.