My recent interviews and talks about low-oxalate eating present important information that you’ll want to see and hear. In addition to the talks below, you can find more audio and video resources on the Results page and on my YouTube channel.
2017 Ancestral Health Symposium
I presented the potential problems stemming from the combination of lack of awareness of oxalates in foods and the promotion of superfoods, many of which are high in oxalate. When we encourage people to eat high-oxalate foods daily, we are putting them at risk for oxalate toxicity. As a result, we may be setting ourselves up for a public health crisis. A receptive audience in Seattle, Washington, heard this talk at the 2017 Ancestral Health Symposium.
Dr. Ruscio Radio (9/2017)
Dr. Michael Ruscio, a gut health expert who publishes an excellent podcast series, had some questions about oxalates and their role in chronic health problems. I explained the answers in the episode released on September 20, 2017. Go to Dr. Ruscio’s podcast of our talk for a full transcript and additional resources.
Keto Carole (9/2017)
Keto Carole produces a video podcast focused on low-carb eating. She is especially concerned about “how we’ve been ‘brainwashed’ to think that plants are so healthful and the more plant foods we get the better, so you should try to eat tons of them and juice them and eat giant salads.” After she heard my talk at the Ancestral Health Symposium, Carole and I sat down to explore hidden natural toxins such as oxalates in plants and how some plants are not the superfoods that we’re being told they are. This podcast episode was released on September 27, 2017. You can also find a transcript of our talk on Carole’s site.
Radio Interviews with Sunny Gardener
Jane Cummings and I shared Jane’s story of her recovery from severe joint and nerve pain, accompanied by brain fog. All these problems improved when Jane followed my advice to limit her oxalate intake. Read more in this blog post…
Aired: Aug 9th, 2017
Sunny and I discussed the backbone of all disease: inflammation. We cover the connection between changes in the bacteria in our colons and increased susceptibility to inflammation. We also explored how oxalates in foods may contribute to gut health deterioration and inflammatory illnesses. Read more in this blog post…
Aired: Aug 12th, 2015