Dr. Gerard Mullin
Gut Instincts: Gastrointenstinal Health
Got stress? Who doesn't? Experienced acid reflux, indigestion or other stomach issues? Who hasn't? Americans have learned to treat symptoms with a pill, and by and large, we put an emphasis on heart health and weight management. But, inside your gut – what Eastern medicine calls the second brain – could lie the secret to a fountain of health. Johns Hopkins Hospital's director of integrative GI nutrition services Dr. Gerard Mullin joins the show to discuss why we should take better care of our guts!
Gerard Mullin, MD, is an associate professor of medicine and Director of Integrative GI Nutrition Services at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore.
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