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#10 Vegan VS Paleo Debate on The Joe Rogan Podcast | Joel Kahn, MD

Updated: Dec 8, 2019


Joel Kahn

Originally recorded 9-28-2018

"There's no data that any animal product has resulted in reversal of atherosclerosis. It's the greatest victory that we have as a medical movement - plant based medicine"


Dr. Joel Khan was recently on The Joe Rogan Experience debating with Chris Kresser wether it is healthy to eat a 100% plant-based diet. They covered topics regard saturated fat, dietary cholesterol, vitamin B12, vitamin D, carbohydrates, iodine, and much more. In this episode, I speak with Dr. Kahn about his thoughts after being on Joe Rogan's podcast as well as being on CNN with Larry King and Dr. Oz.

Dr. Joel Kahn is a medical doctor and cardiologist based in Michigan. There, he practices at the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity where he helps his patients prevent and reverse heart disease, America's leading cause of death. Dr. Kahn has written The Plant Based Solution as well as The Whole Heart Solution. He also the owner of GreenSpace Cafe in Ferndale and Detroit, Michigan and the ATX Austin Food Company in Austin, Texas.

Books by Dr. Joel Kahn

Vegan Sex (2018)


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