May 19, 2019

Dr. Robert Graham – You Are What You Eat

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Gut Health, Health, Mental Health, Relationship


In this episode I speak with physician, chef, and integrative medicine expert, Dr. Robert Graham. Nowadays, there is more interest and awareness of the link between what we eat and our overall mental and physical wellness. But what does it really mean? What does our gut health mean for our mental health? What are the most important factors driving our health? Is food the ultimate medicine, or is there more to it? This week I jam with my favourite physician and good friend, Dr. Robert Graham to break it all down!


  • The relationship between nutrition and health.
  • Evidence based medicine, what does it mean?
  • The biggest medical crisis of our time? Holistic and integrative medicine? The role of the gut in overall health and wellbeing?
  • The link between gut health and emotional health. How to high conflict relationships impact your overall health?
  • Love and overall health.
  • The most important factor in your health – who you surround yourself with.
  • Fatigue – the most common illness seen today.
  • The link between IBS and our mental wellness.
  • Is food a kind of medicine?
  • Vegetarian vs vegan.


  • Dr. Robert Graham is a Harvard trained physician, Board Certified in both Internal and Integrative Medicine and has over 15 years of clinical experience.  Dr. Graham received his medical degree from the School of Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, NY and completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, where he received the Community Service Award and subsequently the prestigious “Attending of the Year” award.
  • Dr. Graham received a Master’s of Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health while completing three additional fellowships in General Internal Medicine and Complementary and Integrative Medical Therapies at Harvard Medical School as well as Medical Education at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He also completed course-work in Mind/Body Medicine, Positive Psychology, Lifestyle Medicine, Culinary Medicine, Botanical and Traditional Chinese Medicine.  In 2018, Dr. Graham became one of less than twenty doctor/chef’s worldwide, as he obtained his culinary degree from the Natural Gourmet Institute.