Interviews with experts who straddle the promising yet confusing space between healthcare and wellness. Here, find conversations that Adrienne had with health and wellness experts with a wide variety of backgrounds, philosophies, and areas of focus.

Learn why soluble fiber is the “unsung hero of gut health” with Dr. Will Bulsiewicz, or how you can shape your gene expression with Dr. Jay Goodbinder. Find out exactly how to start practicing intermittent fasting (and its benefits) with Dr. Amy Shah, or what types of blood tests you should get with naturopath Dr. Carrie Jones. Learn about the complexities of thyroid health with Dr. Aviva Romm, and balancing your hormones with Alisa Vitti. If there’s a wellness topic you want to learn more about, chances are we’ve talked about it with someone who has dedicated their life to studying it. 

Read these interviews to learn in-depth information about specific topics from the people who understand them best.

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Dr. Aviva Romm on Why Your “Exposome” Is the Key to Your Hormonal Health

Dr. Aviva Romm on Why Your “Exposome” Is the Key to Your Hormonal Health

Last year, we spoke with Dr. Romm about thyroid health, and now she’s returned to talk about a related but different (and much bigger!) topic: your hormones. On the heels of publishing her newest book, Hormone Intelligence, Dr. Romm sat down to talk about everything hormones, including signs of hormonal imbalance in women, how something called your exposome could lead to hormonal irregularities, how to balance your hormones, and much more.
Maya Dusenbery on How Medical Gaslighting Sidelines Women’s Health Problems

Maya Dusenbery on How Medical Gaslighting Sidelines Women’s Health Problems

Maya Dusenbery had been working as a feminist writer for most of her adult life, but she hadn’t spent much time thinking about how women were treated in medicine. Then, an unexpected personal health issue showed her firsthand the unique challenges that women face in navigating the healthcare system. Her book, Doing Harm, stems from this experience and looks more largely at gender bias in medicine and how it hurts women. Read on to hear her story and learn why women’s health problems are often sidelined, why medical gaslighting is so widespread, how gender bias in research changes outcomes for women, and more. 
Dr. Jay Goodbinder on How Epigenetics Impact Your Genetic Disposition

Dr. Jay Goodbinder on How Epigenetics Impact Your Genetic Disposition

Dr. Jay Goodbinder is a board-certified chiropractic internist — but that title doesn’t exactly capture the topic to which he’s devoted his life and career: epigenetics. Through his own personal health journey and his subsequent education, he became one of the foremost experts on epigenetics, founding The Epigenetics Healing Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Read on to hear his insights on this fascinating area of study, including what epigenetic factors impact your health, how lifestyle can overcome genetic disposition, what you need to understand about something called “gene methylation,” and more. 
Myths, Lies, and Truth About Medical Error with Dr. Bobby Price

Myths, Lies, and Truth About Medical Error with Dr. Bobby Price

When Dr. Bobby Price graduated from pharmacy school, he was beyond excited about the career ahead of him. He would be on the forefront of developing new medications, learning about the chemistry and biology of treating disease. He was the National President of the Student Pharmaceutical Association, and worked as a pharmacist at a hospital, a Walmart, and even the U.S. Department of Defense. But then, everything changed. He came face to face with uncomfortable truths about the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries, and knew he needed to drastically shift course — so he became a certified plant-based nutritionist, herbalist, exercise physiologist, and author. Read on to learn Dr. Bobby Price’s inspiring journey, the truth about medical error and medical error deaths in the United States, and more. 
Dr. Michael Breus on How to Get the Perfect Amount of Sleep

Dr. Michael Breus on How to Get the Perfect Amount of Sleep

“Look, here’s the bottom line: everything you do, you do better with sleep.” That’s one of the driving principles behind the work of Dr. Michael Breus, aka “The Sleep Doctor.” As a clinical psychologist, Diplomat of the American Board of Sleep Medicine, and Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Dr. Breus has spent his life researching the topic of sleep and helping countless people improve their health through better sleep.