September 14, 2011
With my recent hectic travel schedule, I've been completely unable to release a podcast!
But instead, I'm bringing you the top seven most popular doctors ever to have appeared on the show. These are, in my opinion, “must-listen” episodes with non-run-of-the-mill medical practitioners. I highly recommend you listen to these episodes, as they form the basis of many of the opinions I express on the show each week!
So in no particular order of importance, here are your top seven guest podcast doctors, and the 17 episodes they've appeared in:
Dr. Roby Mitchell – Dr. Roby Mitchell, aka “Dr. Fitt” , graduated with honors from Texas Tech University School of Medicine in Lubbock, Texas and was selected to be the first medical student in an exchange program with Jinan University Medical School in mainland China. Over years of studying in both China and the United States, Dr. Mitchell has become an authority on nutritional medicine and bio-identical hormone replacement therapies in his own right. He served as a physician for the US Medical Triathlon Society, and even practiced as Chuck Norris’s sparring partner!
You can listen to Dr. Mitchell in…
–Episode #42: An Expert Interview on Bio-identical Hormone Replacement and Nutrient Therapy
–Episode #68: Everything You Need to Know About How Training Is Affecting YOUR Hormones.
–Episode #90: The Crucial Information That You Must Know Before You Touch Another Advil or IbuProfen
–Episode #103: How To Manage A Low Thyroid, Ketogenic Diets and More.
Dr. Richard Cohen – Dr. Richard Cohen of Bioletics is a physican and avid athlete who brings almost two decades of experience in preventive medicine and performance to our podcast. He has been training and counseling members of the American medical community on nutritional issues for the past 15 years and is now recognized as one of the leading authorities in the biological analysis of athletic performance factors.
You can listen to Dr. Cohen in…
–Episode #53: Six Key Performance Factors Every Athlete Needs to Know About.
–Episode #62: Is Ben Greenfield Actually Healthy? The Blood, Urine and Saliva Results Are In!
–Episode #72: Double Interview Super Special – Barefoot Running & Esssential Fatty Acids!
Dr. Mark Sircus – Dr. Mark Sircus holds the honorary title of doctor of Oriental medicine and was one of the first nationally certified acupuncturists in the United States. For many years he has been researching into the human condition and into the causes of disease. His primary focus in recent years has been the study of environmental toxicity and diseases and he has written many books on the poisons in our environment, our foods, medicines and dental practices. Dr. Sircus is the director of the International Medical Veritas Association (IMVA), which is currently advocating radical changes in orthodox medicine.
You can listen to Dr. Sircus in…
–Episode #45: The Shocking Information About A Compound That Pharmaceutical Companies Really Don’t Want You to Know About.
Dr. Carolyn Dean – As the author of The Magnesium Miracle, Dr. Carolyn Dean is not only a medical doctor, but also a naturopath, herbalist and acupuncturist. She’s authored 16 books including The Yeast Connection and Women’s Health, IBS for Dummies and The Magnesium Miracle. Radio, TV and magazines interview her regularly — including ABC, NBC and CBS. She’s the Medical Director for the Nutritional Magnesium Association.
You can listen to Dr. Dean in…
–Episode #54: The Magnesium Miracle
–Episode #82: Is Modern Medicine Killing You or Your Loved Ones?
Dr. Timothy Noakes – Noakes is the Discovery Health professor of exercise and sports science at the University of Cape Town (UCT), as well as co-founder and director of the Medical Research Council/UCT Research Unit for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa. In 2002 he received a doctor of science degree from UCT for seminal research findings in the exercise sciences. Noakes is one of the 22 founding members of the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Science Academy and is a fellow of the American College of Sports Medicine. A veteran of over 70 marathons and ultramarathons, Noakes is the author of the award-winning “Lore of Running”, which you can view more about by clicking here,
You can listen to Dr. Noakes in…
–Episode #138: Tim Noakes Tells You How You Can Use The “Central Governor” To Tap Into Your Muscle’s Hidden Potential.
–Episode #157: The Death of Gatorade – Should You Stop Using Electrolytes During Exercise?
Dr. Phil Maffetone – Dr. Phil Maffetone is described as “one of the most sought-after endurance coaches in the world.” He entered the endurance sports scene in the late 70’s.
In addition to working with some of the world’s top endurance athletes, Dr. Maffetone has written dozens of books and articles on health, fitness and nutrition, including The Big Book of Endurance Training and Racing and In Fitness and In Health.
You can listen to Dr. Maffetone in…
–Episode #135: Interview With Health & Endurance Expert Dr. Phil Maffetone
–Episode #162: Are You Exercising Too Hard?
Dr. David Minkoff – Dr. Minkoff is a complementary and alternative medicine expert, inventor of Master Amino Pattern, owner of Body Health, director of the Lifeworks Wellness Center in Florida, and finisher of 38 Ironman triathlons.
You can listen to Dr. Minkoff in…
Episode #26: The THREE Main Causes of Illness and Poor Performance
Episode #105: A Peek Into The Life of An Ironman, Natural Medicine Physician.
Episode #143: Can “Prolotherapy” Make Your Injuries Vanish?
If you want to read full transcripts of any of these episodes, just click here to get any BenGreenfieldFitness transcripts for free.
Question, comments or feedback? Confused about something these doctors say in their interviews? Leave your thoughts below!
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You had another doctor on last year that you’ve had on a couple of times you referred to as the “Doctor’s Doctor.” He does advanced lab testing and understands microscopy. etc. Do you remember his name? Thank you for your help!