Today’s episode is a replay of a special discussion between me, Diana, and Drew Ramsey, MD, hosted by The Well, a new approach to individualized health care that combines the benefits of Western medicine and the wisdom of Eastern healing.
In this discussion, we talk about the production of the film, Sacred Cow, and how we can be a compassionate, eco-friendly omnivore.
Drew is a psychiatrist, author, speaker, and farmer, who founded the Brain Food Clinic in New York City. His understanding of nutrition through the lens of mental health helps add to this amazing conversation in ways that we haven’t covered too much in the past.
Enjoy the show!
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