“Healthy” Foods that Cause Disease and Weight Gain – The Plant Paradox with Dr. Steven Gundry

Randy Alvarez, host of The Wellness Hour, interviews Board Certified Thoracic Surgeon Dr. Stephen Gundry about his new book, The Plant Paradox: The Hidden Dangers In “Healthy” Foods That Cause Disease And Weight Gain.

Is it possible that everything you’ve heard about diet, weight, and nutrition is wrong? Dr. Gundry promises to shatter almost every myth you’ve been told about what makes up a “healthy” diet.

In this interview with Dr. Stephen Gundry, he reveals the #1 danger in the American diet: a toxic protein hidden in plants called lectins. Lectins are found in hundreds of common foods, like wheat, beans, potatoes, nuts, and dairy.

His new book The Plant Paradox offers a full list of high-lectin foods, simple substitutions, a step-by-step detox plan, and delicious lectin free recipes. The program, outlined in the book and backed by scientific research, has helped thousands of Dr. Gundry’s patients to lose weight and recover from long-standing health disorders.


About Dr. Steven Gundry

Dr. Gundry is a cardiologist, heart surgeon, medical researcher and author. During his 40-year career, Dr. Gundry has performed 10,000 surgeries and developed patented, life-saving medical technology. After discovering how diet could help his patients avoid surgery, he wrote the book Dr. Gundry’s Diet Evolution in 2008, which outlines his unique nutrition plan for wellness.

In April 2017, he released his second book, The Plant Paradox, that further refines this revolutionary eating program, helping tens of thousands lose weight and reverse disease. His latest book is now a New York Times best seller.



Contact Dr. Stephen Gundry
9465 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 300, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
(800) 852-0477
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