In his Living 4D podcasts, Paul reminds us often about the value of doing your own research to learn more about your health and owning the implications of the foods you eat and movement you do (or don’t do).

So, how can you know what to look for in the research you do and what’s right for you?

Dr. Michael Ruscio, author of the best-selling book Healthy Gut, Healthy You, describes his approach for finding the right balance between evidence-limited and evidence-based information to solve health problems related to the human gut in this Living 4D Podcast Rewind.

This measured approach for treating health problems is very evident in Michael’s paper on small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) — not too much, not too little — published in the medical journal, Alternative Therapies.

Are you so concerned about consuming a healthy diet that you severely restrict what you eat and even begin to fear eating altogether?

Michael describes the problems people suffer with orthorexia nervosa, the implications of living in an environment that’s “too clean” and why you may want to think twice about using soap when showering in this Living 4D conversation.