Gerard Mullin: Gut Balance Revolution, Ketosis, & Artificial Sweeteners – #253

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Gerard Mullin comes on Bulletproof Radio today discuss his new book, The Gut Balance Revolution. As well his thoughts on detox fads, his favorite “superfoods,” and how you can start hacking gut bacteria. Enjoy the show!

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Dr. Mullin is an associate professor of medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. He is board-certified in internal medicine, gastroenterology, integrative medicine, functional medicine and nutrition. Nationally and internationally renowned for his work in integrative gastroenterology and nutrition, Dr. Mullin has more than 20 years of clinical experience in the field of integrative gastroenterology and earned his master’s degree in nutrition while in practice.  He is an associate editor of several nutrition and integrative medicine journals. Dr. Mullin was selected by Dr. Andrew Weil to serve as a senior editor for the first book for physicians on integrative gastroenterology by Oxford Press, which was released in May of 2011.

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