Episode 191: Sara Szal Gottfried, MD

On the causes of, and possible solutions for, autoimmune struggles. On resolving the trauma signature so many of us carry.

  • (1:00) – Life transitions and personalized wellness approaches.
  • (1:31) – Autoimmune diseases and their triggers with a personal story.
  • (10:05) – Blood sugar spikes, trauma, and women’s health.
  • (16:08) – Nutrient gaps, black cumin, polyphenols, and supplements.
  • (23:00) – Microbiome restoration for autoimmune disease.
  • (28:08) – Autoimmune diseases, trauma, and nutrition.
  • (35:39) – Autoimmune disease, trauma, and healing.

Sara Szal Gottfried MD is a physician, researcher, author, and educator. She graduated from Harvard Medical School and MIT, and completed residency at UCSF, but is more likely to prescribe a continuous glucose monitor, a personalized nutrition plan, and yoga than the latest pharmaceutical. Dr. Gottfried is a global keynote speaker and the author of four New York Times bestselling books about hormones, nutrition, and health. Her latest book, The Autoimmune Cure emerges in March 2024. She is Clinical Assistant Professor in Dept. of Integrative Medicine and Nutritional Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University, and Director of Precision Medicine at the Marcus Institute of Integrative Health. She takes care of executives and professional athletes, her focus is at the interface of mental and physical health, N-of-1 trial design, personalized molecular profiling, use of wearables, and how to leverage these tools to improve health outcomes.


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