045 Dr. Ken Berry and The Proper Human Diet
Hello Huddle Haven Team! This week is a repeat of a very popular episode. Ricky and I have made the move to Knoxville, Tennessee this past week and thought it would be fun to have a fellow Tennessean on the show this week.
Dr. Ken Berry is unlike any doctor you’ve seen, heard or visited. You want to know why? Because he actually listens to his patients, actually answers patients questions, gives patients the TLC (tender-loving-care), and sometimes the tough love they need to get their asses off the couch and get healthy!
We highly recommend his book, Lies My Doctor Told Me…where he’ll hit you between the eyes with medical myths that can harm your health.
Ken is a self described “former fatty” he was, “miserable, ignorant to what was actually going on with his own health.” That was until he slowly discovered the power of removing the slow-poisons of our standard US diet, and replacing them with the nourishment of what he terms the “proper human diet.”
Dr. Berry is a Board Certified Family Physician and Fellow in The American Academy of Family Physicians. What we love about Dr. Berry is he’s not trying to deceive patients into dumping more big-pharma poison into their bodies, as he doesn’t believe a magic pill is going get you healthy. He shoots you straight, giving solid advice that can keep you healthy and happy.
On this episode he’s going to tell us how we can use our diet to change our lifestyle in order to achieve the long-term health we all desire. We talk low-carb/ketogenic/carnivore diets, intermittent fasting, reversing auto-immune disorders, diabetes, heart disease and much more. Advice to all listening: Let’s charge forward with Dr. Berry in declaring an all-out war against these epidemics plaguing our society; and let’s join him on the path to optimizing our 3P’s = Physical, Personal & Professional Wellbeing!
Neisha and Dr. Berry’s Guacamole Recipe:
4 avocados, mashed
4 limes, juiced
Redmond’s real salt, to taste
2 bunches of cilantro, chopped
Half of a red onion, chopped
1 cup of tomatoes, chopped