Gut Health: 10 Things You Should Know to Survive Your 60s

Gut Health: 10 Things You Should Know to Survive Your 60s

Discover the secrets to thriving as you age with Dr. Bharat Misra and Dr. Michael Koren's expert guidance on well-being in your golden years. This is a rebroadcast from a live event on March 5, 2024, at WJCT Studios. Dr. Misra provides his Top 10 things you can start doing today to improve your health as you age. He reveals why colon cancer need not be a certainty and the significance of timely screenings. Get the lowdown on various tests, from colonoscopies to stool tests, and understand why early detection isn't just a choice—it's a lifesaver. 

Doctors Koren and Misra also offer an enlightening perspective on combating the rising epidemic of fatty liver disease and dispelling the myths surrounding the effectiveness of trendy remedies like probiotics. While navigating the controversial world of dietary supplements and medication, our doctors help you learn when to say yes to supplements and how to approach treatment decisions with your unique health needs at the forefront. 

Finally, they share the transformative power of participating in clinical trials, not just for advancing medical science but for the exceptional care and psychological benefits that often go unnoticed. This episode is not just about listening—it's about empowering you with the knowledge to make informed decisions for your gut health and beyond.

Talking Topics:

  • GI Health in Your 60s
  • Fatty Liver Disease
  • Common Questions on Gallstones, Heartburn, Hepatitis C & Celiac Disease
  • Controversies in Supplement and Medication Use
  • Importance of Participating in Clinical Trials

Recording Date: March 5, 2024 at WJCT Studios

Update since the recording of this event:  Madrigal Pharmaceuticals Announced FDA Approval of Rezdiffra™ (resmetirom) for the Treatment of Patients with Noncirrhotic Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) with Moderate to Advanced Liver Fibrosis

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