180 Nutrition -The Health Sessions.

This week, I'm excited to welcome Dr Gurpreet Padda. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City Medical School, Dr. Padda served residencies in surgery and anesthesia. He is board certified in pain medicine, anesthesiology and age management. He also holds an MBA from St. Louis University.

He is a member the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and has completed certification programs with the International Society of Cosmetogynecology in Abdominoplasty and Liposuction under local anesthesia.

Questions we ask in this episode:

  • What early warning signs may we experience if pre-diabetic?
  • We’re told it’s incurable, what are your thoughts on this?
  • Where should we start if wanting to explore the possibility of reversal?


This week I’m excited to welcome Dr. Gurpreet Padda. Dr. Padda is a board-certified MD and the Medical Director of Reversing Diabetes MD. This online space features protocols designed to reverse disease in patients who are overweight or already have established prediabetes or diabetes. In this episode we talk about the secret to becoming a type 2 diabetic. We discuss common industry myths and how the Reverse Diabetes MD protocol can help address this global epidemic. Over to Dr. Padda.

Hey guys, this is Stu from 180 Nutrition and I am delighted to welcome Dr. Gurpreet Padda to the podcast. Dr Padda, how are you?

Dr Gurpreet

01:50 Excellent.


01:51 Good stuff. Well, look-

Dr Gurpreet

01:52 I appreciate being here.


01:52 Oh well look, we appreciate you sharing some of your time, especially on a late Sunday afternoon as well, so thank you for that. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I would just love it if you could tell us a little bit about yourself before we get into the questions.

Dr Gurpreet

02:10 Yeah, so I’m a clinician. I actually practice medicine every single day. I see patients every single day. I started off as a physician, treating patients with extremely complex medical problems. I do interventional pain, so I see patients that have just horrendous symptoms and in my career, as I started to treat them, I realized that they had a commonality. You know, everybody talks about patients having fibromyalgia, people talk about patients having all of these symptoms, and I kept coming back to, well, what’s the common root cause for all of this? Is there something that I can treat? And it seemed to be progressing. It seemed to be getting worse. I’m 55 years, I started my career 30 plus years ago, and I’ve seen a dramatic shift in the patient population. This is not the same population that I started with when I first started. Patients were never this heavy, patients weren’t this diabetic. And now, three quarters, more than three quarters of my patients, are diabetic.

And so I’m trying to figure out, why is it that we’ve had this epidemic of diabetes? And what is it that we can do about it? And it brought me through a whole bunch of rabbit holes. I dug deep to figure this out. And it turns out it’s been in front of us the whole time. It’s the food that we’re eating. We don’t have an epidemic of diabetes. We have a pandemic of diabetes. If animals eat the same food that we eat, which is the standard American diet, they get the same disease. And at this point, we have rats in New York that are gigantic, that are diabetic, and they’re cognitively impaired, like Alzheimer’s, and they’re venturing out in the daytime because they have all this growth hormone, which is insulin pumping through their bodies, they’re gigantic, and their brains are defective and they’re out in the daytime and they’re dying. And so if you look at tourist places where you used to have thin dogs, and now thee tourist places have extremely fat dogs. You look at the monkeys at locations, the monkeys are getting huge.

And it’s not that we didn’t feed them before, we’re feeding them something different now. And those are the kinds of the conclusions that have come about. So we know how to make somebody diabetic now, I can guarantee I can make somebody diabetic in about two weeks.

To view full interview and transcript:


Direct download: Dr_Padda_MP3.mp3
Category:Health & Nutrition -- posted at: 6:51pm PDT

This week, I'm excited to welcome Jake Steiner. Jake Steiner (SHTY-nuh) is a passionate advocate for eye health with a unique perspective: that we can reverse myopia (AKA nearsightedness) naturally. After a decade of research, Jake compiled enough peer-reviewed academic data to back his hypothesis that we've been looking at myopia all wrong, that the 100-billion-dollar-per-year retail optometry industry is little more than a cash cow, that our eyes are not broken, and that myopia is reversible. He's here to share his journey from a -5 diopter prescription to perfect 20/20 vision, as well as simple tips to help you naturally regain your perfect vision.

Questions we ask in this episode:

  •  What is Myopia and why does it occur?
  • What everyday practices could be unknowingly impacting our eye health?
  • Is it possible to improve our eyesight naturally?


This week, I'm excited to welcome Jake Steiner. Jake is a stock trader and investor by day, and moonlights on myopia science, and creating awareness about the reality of human eyesight. Jake entirely eliminated his minus five diopter myopia and in the past decade, has helped over 1.2 million people reduce their dependence on corrective lenses. In this episode, we talk about the everyday practices that could be unknowingly impacting our eye health and the strategies that we can use to improve our eyesight naturally. Over to Jake.

Hey, guys. This is Stu from 180 Nutrition, and I'm delighted to welcome Jake Steiner to the podcast. Jake, how are you?


01:30 Excellent. How are you doing, Stu?


01:32 Yeah, really good. Really good. Thank you so much for connecting. I think we're going to be talking about some things today that will intrigue people and prompt curiosity, and want to find out a lot more. So really, really looking forward to this conversation. But first up, for all of our listeners that may not be familiar with you or your work, I would love it if you could just tell us a little bit about yourself.


01:57 Sure. So I am an investor and a stock trader by trade, and I deal with eyesight more as something that started as a side hobby and a personal pursuit of mine, and that somehow over the years has turned into this big thing of discussing eyesight online with tens of thousands of followers and lots of discussion about myopia and its real causes.

For full transcript and interview:


Direct download: Jake_Steiner_Correct_MP3.mp3
Category:Health & Nutrition -- posted at: 3:53pm PDT