In this episode, we hear from Steve Hendricks, the author of The Oldest Cure in the World: Adventures in the Art and Science of Fasting. He talks to Geoff about what daily fasting is, the benefits and evidence behind it and what happens to the body when you do prolonged fasting.
This episode, Geoff met with Renee Coffey who has been following the Overcoming MS Program for over 10 years. She talked about her Overcoming MS journey, her story that was published in the ‘Overcoming MS Handbook’, and her advice to those just starting out on the Program.
We took you back to one of our webinars with Dr Aaron Boster where he answered questions from the community about living well with MS. In this episode, Dr Boster covered a range of fascinating topics such as fasting, menopause and gut health.
In this episode, we took you back to the launch of the ‘Overcoming MS Handbook: Roadmap to Good Health’ with Professor George Jelinek, Dr Jonathan White and Dr Phil Startin. Together they discussed how the book was created, the highlights from the book and answered questions from the community.
Geoff met with Dr Michael Greger, a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognised speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. He talked to Geoff about gluten and MS, how to get enough iron from food and how to ensure you don’t get a leaky gut.
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