#64: Dr. Ulrik Hjerpsted - Secrets on how to get more energy, feel less bloated, and get better skinFeb 23, 2021
Feeling bloated or having skin challenges? You are not alone!
One of the keys to improving all of this is through the microbiome. A subject that is gaining a lot of attention these days.
Therefore I got Medical Doctor Ulrik Hjerpsted for this episode of the podcast. He is the founder of the Copenhagen Center of Functional Medicine. Over the past 10 years, Ulrik took a step further into functional medicine and especially the microbiome.
In this episode you will learn about:
- Frameworks to evaluate if an initiative works
- Why Ulrik and I always look at our poop 😂😂😂
- Initiatives to start today
- How getting poop from another person might help you lose weight
- Why doing the fundamentals is more important than the newest hack
- Common misunderstandings about the microbiome
- Whether or not to do a microbiome test
- Ulriks' top habits
0:30 Introduction to Dr. Ulrik Hjerpsted
1:35 How did you got into functional medicine?
6:00 What is the microbiome and why does it matter?
10:32 What is a fecal transplant?
14:30 What can we do for an improved microbiome?
17:20 Framework for following your gut health
21:10 Where to start to improve your poop formulation and gut health?
24:20 How to check what food you are not tolerant for?
27:40 What are some misunderstandings about the gut?
31:50 What is a microbiome test?
35:55 What do we know about the microbiome at the moment?
39:10 How is gut health connected to thyroid?
40:30 Connections of birth control and the microbiome
42:15 Dr. Hjerpsted habits
43:18 Dr. Hjerpsted final advice
45:30 Where can people find out more about Dr. Ulrik?
Connect with Dr. Ulrik Hjerpsted
Email: [email protected]
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