The Hidden Dangers of Healthy Foods with Dr. Stephen Gundry By Morgan Kline December 4, 2019 Today we’re joined by cardiologist and best-selling author of the Plant Paradox – Dr. Stephen Gundry. Dr. Gundry shares with us some of the hidden dangers of so-called “healthy” food and what we should be looking out for in our diets. We chat about one of the most talked-about items in healthy food culture – gluten. Dr. Gundry shares that gluten is a type of lectin, which is simply a plant protein that can actually be found in lots of foods. But, while lots of people have started adopting a gluten-free diet, that doesn’t mean that they’re avoiding lectins altogether and these proteins can be associated with inflammation and a variety of other health issues. Dr. Gundry shares about how lectins affect people differently and how so many diseases begin in the gut. He shares that by simply eating and eliminating the right foods, many people are seeing a reverse in inflammation, symptoms, and conditions. We also chat about the seven deadly disruptors that Dr. Gundry shares in his book and how these toxins are connected to so many health issues. The good news is this: there are tons of substitutions we can make so we can still enjoy some of our favorite foods while also avoiding these disrupting ingredients. All in all, Dr. Gundry offers up tons of things to think about when it comes to what we’re fueling our bodies with and how we can trace things back to our gut and overall wellbeing. Find more from Dr. Gundry: Instagram: @drstevengundry Website: www.drgundry.com Find more from me: Instagram: @morgan.a.kline Facebook: @coffee&kettlebells If Coffee & Kettlebells has made a positive impact in any way on your life, I would be beyond appreciative if you took a few seconds of your time to leave a rating and review. Thank you so much for joining me for a cup of Coffee & Kettlebells! Subscribe to the podcast to never miss an episode: Subscribe to Our Blog Blog Email* Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.