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The Empowering Neurologist – David Perlmutter, MD, and Dr. Rangan Chatterjee

This episode of The Empowering Neurologist looks at a new book from Dr. Rangan Chatterjee, How to Make Disease Disappear.

Dr. Chatterjee is a medical doctor with nearly 20 years of hand-on, clinical experience seeing patients. He is double-board certified in both internal medicine and family medicine, and holds an honors degree in immunology.

He is star of the BBC One TV show “Doctor in the House”, which has aired  in over 70 countries around the world. Dr. Chatterjee uses a functional and lifestyle medicine approach to reverse chronic disease. On the program, he actually moves in with families and helps them make important lifestyle changes targeted at improving health.

His first book was released in the UK earlier this year and became an instant Sunday Times best-seller. It has already become one of the most successful health books released in the past 5 years.

He has created the very first “Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine” course accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners in London, where he teaches doctors how to apply the principles in his book. His new podcast, Feel Better, Live More, is one of the most talked about health podcasts in the UK.

I think you will find Dr. Chatterjee to be fully engaged, compassionate, and erudite. If you want more information, you can visit his website, or follow him on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.

  • Jenny Rohr

    This interview was terrific. What Dr. Chatterjee shares (and you, Dr. Perlmutter, agree with) has been true in my life: taking time to relax and enjoy time for myself, even amid home schooling and raising four kids, eating anti-inflammatory foods – many right from our organic garden, giving up sugar and staying strong through occasional cravings, and sharing time over a meal with family and friends all have helped heal my gut, take away pain, and make me a more pleasant person to be around. I’m thankful that God gives us bodies that have the ability to heal when we treat them well.

    • David Perlmutter

      Thanks for watching Jenny. Be sure to check out Dr. Chatterjee’s book as well!

  • Carol Grieve’

    Fantastic interview. What a great message from Dr. Chaterjee. Thanks for introducing him to me. Best, Carol Grieve, Food Integrity Now Also, Dr. Perlmutter, I can’t wait until you publish your book you were talking about on the interview. It is much needed! I will have to interview you again on that one. Be well. Carol

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