Dr. Neal Barnard And Dr. Michael Greger Partner For Podcast Episode Special

Dr. Neal Barnard And Dr. Michael Greger Partner For Podcast Episode Special


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Two of the world’s top plant-based doctors have partnered for a special podcast episode.

Dr. Neal Barnard and Dr. Michael Greger appeared together on the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) podcast The Exam Room.

Hosted by Chuck Carroll, the podcast tackles a range of health issues. On this episode, the two doctors addressed numerous topics including vitamin D and the immune system, the nutritional values of white and brown rice, and whether vegans should get tested regularly for nutrient levels.

How to Survive A Pandemic

Describing the episode, PCRM said: “Dr. Greger also talks about his new book How To Survive A Pandemic and ponders what would happen if all meat markets worldwide were to close. He also reveals what many health experts worry will become the next major pandemic, one far deadlier than COVID-19.

“Plus, the powerful story of Kathleen Gage is told as she joins Chuck for a moving interview. Kathleen overcame substance abuse, obesity, an abusive relationship, and denial of her true identity to become a success in the business world. 

“She is now becoming an inspiration in the health community after adopting a plant-based diet and running her first marathon after the age of 60.”

You can watch the episode on YouTube here

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