Just some of my favorite podcasts I like to listen to when I take my walks. You can access these through phone and the computer (often transcripts are available on the computer).
- The Drive with Peter Attia M.D.: Some of his podcasts are hours long! Focused on metabolic health, performance, longevity, and more.
- Revolution Health Radio with Chris Kresser: One of the podcasts that has been around the longest. Covers a lot of topics, in detail. Good for both practitioners and curious patients.
- Dr. Ruscio Radio with Dr. Michael Ruscio: Dr. Ruscio is very articulate with his words, and focuses on reviewing the evidence found in literature. Very practical and cost-effective in his approach. He also has a monthly subscription for practitioners.
- Better Health Radio: Detailed (i.e. have a notebook on hand to take notes!) interviews with practitioners that are experts in a variety of environmental medicine fields (Lyme, mycotoxin illness, etc).
- New Frontiers in Functional Medicine with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald: Dr. Fitzgerald is one of the professors for IFM, has a mentorship program, and her podcasts tend to include links to studies mentioned in the podcasts
Other great options (many that remind us of the patient experience, and that we don’t need a lot of labs and pills to improve health):
- Evolution of Medicine (Functional Forum), with James Maskell: Focused on supporting functional medicine practices, and getting the word out about functional medicine
- The Doctor’s Kitchen with Dr. Rupy Aujla: Food as medicine. Speaker is in Great Britain, too, so bonus on hearing the accent!
- Feel Better, Live More with Dr. Chatterjee: One of my favorites! Dr. Chatterjee was the first to “prove” that functional medicine can reverse T2DM on TV (host of Doctor in the House in the UK).
- The Doctor’s Farmacy with Dr. Mark Hyman: Focused on emphasizing the impact of living healthy on our culture/environment/etc, beyond the personal level.
- Natural MD Radio with Dr. Aviva Romm: Dr. Aviva Romm started off as in alternative modalities (e.g. herbalism) before going to medical school in her 30’s. Good guidance on various topics. She also has training programs, including a Women’s Health program.
- Phoenix Helix: Also interview-style, focused on patient stories and insights on living with autoimmune conditions.