Food As Fuel: Managing Sugar Cravings to Fight Inflammation

Dr. Rosenthal interviews certified yoga instructor Kim, a native New Yorker living in Manhattan.

Food As Fuel: Managing Sugar Cravings to Fight Inflammation
Garnell Bradley
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Medically Reviewed By:Dr. Lillie Rosenthal, D.O.

In this episode, Dr. Rosenthal interviews Kim, a native New Yorker living in Manhattan. A champion of her own health, Kim has a certification in shiatsu, is a certified yoga instructor, and works as a volunteer for Plant Powered Metro NY. As a child, she witnessed her father deal with a terrifying health scare, revolutionizing her own relationship towards food and sugar.

While adopting a plant-based diet can improve one’s overall health, a person can still overeat sugary and processed foods. Kim shares her experience navigating this experience, including her own intense sugar cravings that resulted in debilitating knee inflammation. Tune in to hear how Kim conquered her inflammation and health struggles through diet and lifestyle. You can listen to the full episode in the player above and below.

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