Podcasts

 


Can’t get enough of me?

If it’s been a while since I’ve published a new blog post, and you need an “Amy fix” (haha!), here’s a comprehensive list of all the podcast and video interviews I’ve done.  Some of them focus on Alzheimer’s disease and my book, The Alzheimer’s Antidote. Others are about low-carb and ketogenic diets in general.

For podcasts, I am linking to the show websites.  However, most of these shows can be found on iTunes or other listening or download platforms.

Please note that some shows have long introductions with information and announcements from the host(s), sponsor ads, and witty banter or chit-chat.  If you prefer to skip that, you might have to fast-forward a little bit in order to get to the start of the interviews.


Videos


Webinar
In January 2018, I recorded a webinar for the Irish Institute of Nutrition & Health.  It was a bit long -- about two hours, total, but it is the most detailed and informative presentation I’ve ever given.  You can download and save the file here (it’s a very large file), or simply watch it here.  There’s a Q&A for the last approximately 40 minutes. I recommend listening through to the end, because there's some good extra information during that time.

Other Videos
In November 2017, I recorded a short video about Alzheimer’s for the Adapt Live/Adapt Your Life program.  It was only about 21 minutes, so it just scratched the surface of Alzheimer’s as a metabolic illness -- “type 3 diabetes” -- but it’s a good basic intro for someone who wants a short overview.  Watch it here.

I recorded a second video for Adapt Live in February 2018.  It was called “Keto Sense and Nonsense,” and it was about keeping low-carb and ketogenic diets simple.  Also a short video, about 25 minutes. Watch it here.  (Related blog post: New to Low Carb? Feeling Lost? “Paralysis by Analysis?” READ THIS.)

Interview with Mike Mutzel, from High Intensity Health, on Alzheimer’s disease and brain insulin resistance.  Lots of good stuff on the metabolic aspects of Alzheimer’s.  Watch it here.

Interview with Tristan Haggard, from Primal Edge Health.  We did some major keto myth-busting!  Lots of good stuff here. (Related blog post – “The Keto Train to CrazyTown.”) *Please note, this was one of the first videos I ever did, and I didn’t realize how dark my setting was.  So the aesthetics weren’t great, but stay for the content!  Watch it here.

Interview with the awesome Luis Villasenor, from KetoGains.  We talked about fasting -- including who should NOT fast, ketogenic diets, and more.  (See here for my blog post on fasting.)  Warning: This was the first video I ever recorded, and I look terrible.  I have since learned it’s best to be looking up at the camera, rather than down.  Also, this was recorded in the midst of my thyroid-related weight gain.  The combination of the bad angle and my higher weight made me look like I had at least 2 chins, possibly 3.  More recent videos have been much better!  Watch it here. 

Interview with keto-oriented endurance cycling coach Stephanie Holbrook.  A brief discussion of Alzheimer's, and then we switched gears to talking about low carb and ketogenic diets in general, plus a lot of other issues I don't normally get asked about on podcasts, such as all the other stuff besides food that affects physical and mental health -- another fun one.  Watch it here.



Podcasts

I’ve tried to put the interviews I recall being especially informative and educational regarding Alzheimer’s near the top, but there are useful takeaways from all shows:  

Ketovangelist - episode 103: Amy Berger explains how keto can help with Alzheimer’s

BioHackers Lab - episode 31: Best Foods to Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease with Amy Berger

Boundless Health – episode 17: Is a Low-Carb Diet the Key to Treating Alzheimer’s? with Amy Berger

40+ Fitness: An antidote for Alzheimer’s with Amy Berger

Primal Example Podcast - episode 33: Understanding Alzheimer’s & Overcoming Cognitive Decline using a Ketogenic Diet with Amy Berger


Intelligent Medicine - Part 1: Fighting Alzheimer’s
Intelligent Medicine - Part 2: Fighting Alzheimer’s

Real World Paleo Podcast - episode 11: “How You Can Delay Alzheimer’s and Dementia”

Dishing Up Nutrition Podcast: A New Look at Alzheimer's

Ketodontist Podcast - episode 5: Amy Berger, Author of the Alzheimer's Antidote
Ketodontist Podcast - episode 6: Amy Berger, Author of the Alzheimer's Antidote (part 2)

Wise Traditions Podcast - episode 70: The antidote to Alzheimer’s. (This is a podcast from the Weston A. Price Foundation, and my episode is their #1 most downloaded!)

Straight Up Paleo Podcast - episode 16: Amy Berger on the Differences Between Low Carb and Ketogenic Diets, and Why We Shouldn’t Fear Protein. (Note: this interview was not about Alzheimer’s. We covered a lot of fun and controversial issues about low carb & ketogenic diets, but we steered clear of Alzheimer’s here. This one was fun.) 

Paleo Valley Podcast - episode 93: How to prevent and reverse America’s most feared disease, with Amy Berger

The Paleo Solution Podcast - episode 287: “Nutrition and Alzheimer’s.” (Note: there was a lot of static on my microphone during this show, so it might be difficult to bear with it and listen, but you can still hear me clearly.)

Healthful Pursuit - episode 52: Glucose, Insulin & Alzheimer’s, with host Leanne Vogel

Break Nutrition Podcast - episode 9: Host Raphael Sirtoli and I discussed Alzheimer's, ketones, metabolism, and other good stuff.
Break Nutrition Podcast - episode 30: Raphael Sirtoli and I talked about the heated and much-discussed issue of protein on low-carb/ketogenic diets.

Keto for Women Show - episode 13: Keto for Mental Health: Using a High-Fat, Low-Carb Diet for Alzheimer’s, Depression, and Anxiety with Amy Berger

Sustainable Dish - episode 49: The Alzheimer’s Antidote with Amy Berger


Too Busy to Eat - episode 26: Amy Berger, Author of The Alzheimer’s Antidote, on Nutrition and Brain Health

The Livin’ la Vida Low Carb Show - episode 967: Amy Berger Examines the Ketogenic Antidote to Alzheimer’s Disease. (Note: this interview was recorded when The Alzheimer’s Antidote was an early version available only as a pdf and not a published print book. Disregard references to “downloading” the book.)

The Livin’ la Vida Low Carb Show - episode 1274: The Ketogenic Antidote to Alzheimer’s Disease. (This was a follow-up interview and update after my book was re-released in print and for Kindle.)






Disclaimer: Amy Berger, MS, CNS, NTP, is not a physician and Tuit Nutrition, LLC, is not a medical practice. The information contained on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any medical condition and is not to be used as a substitute for the care and guidance of a physician. Links in this post and all others may direct you to amazon.com, where I will receive a small amount of the purchase price of any items you buy through my affiliate links.

2 comments:

  1. Hi Amy,

    Just a quick note-I listen to Keto for women on a regular basis and I caught your episode recently. Since then, I've been seeking out other podcasts you've been on (really loved the woman you did on Keto Woman) because I love what you have to say and how REAL and level headed you are about keto. I just started a keto lifestyle about 2 months ago (though, I've been relatively low carb/no processed carbs for a while) and your message has been immensely helpful. Keto seems confusing in the beginning and we (especially women/type A women, like myself) tend to get hung up on the details, which causes a little over-analysis paralysis, but I've found people such as yourself have really helped it come together for me.

    Thank you!

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    1. Fabulous! :D So glad I've been helpful. For a long time, I wondered what my role was in the low carb/keto community, or if I even *had* a role. Was I saying or doing anything a hundred other people weren't already saying and doing? Recently it occurred to me that yes, I do have a place here, and it's mostly helping people stay CALM about things, and to approach things rationally and with useful education. I've seen too many people become absolutely *neurotic* about food, macros, ketones, and other stuff, and I think a voice of reason and sanity is desperately needed. If that's the role I can fulfill, I think I'm comfortable with that, even if it means I don't have washboard abs and popping biceps like Maria Emmerich. ;-)

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