Man with severe bipolar disorder shares how a keto diet helped him: TODAY Show Mind & Body

Three years after starting a keto diet with the help of Dr. Chris Palmer, Matt Baszucki needs fewer medications to manage his bipolar disorder.

The Huberman Lab Podcast with Andrew Huberman, Ph.D

In this episode, Dr. Palmer discusses the role of diet and nutrition in mental health, specifically the role the ketogenic diet can play in the management of depression, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. In his ground breaking theory of Brain Energy, Dr. Palmer shows metabolism is how we connect the dots of mental illness and that all mental disorders are metabolic disorders of the brain, thus offering entirely new ways to understand and treat mental disorders.

Live Kelly and Ryan

In this episode Dr. Palmer kicked off “The Best Me in ’23,” series on Live Kelly and Ryan discussing the best brain foods to enhance Brain Energy. The Brain Energy Theory of Mental Illness connects the dots between mental and metabolic health, proposing that mental disorders are in fact metabolic disorders of the brain. In understanding the bidirectional relationship between mental and metabolic health through the lens of mitochondria and metabolism, and the role that factors such as diet play, new treatment solutions are possible in helping people reclaim their mental and metabolic health.

Mel Robbins

Reset Your Mental Health: The Diet & Nutrition Protocol From a Renowned Harvard MD

Keto and Carnivore: Schizophrenia, Depression, Cancer | Dr. Chris Palmer | EP 422 Dr. Jordan Peterson

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson speaks with author, researcher, and psychiatrist Chris Palmer. They discuss how metabolic and mental disorders might be linked, depression’s purpose as a biological corrective measure, how metabolism might directly tie to mental disorders, the use of fasting for medical and spiritual breakthroughs, and the research showing we have vastly undervalued the mitochondria when it comes to mental wellness.









The ArmChair Expert with Dax Shepard – EP 544: Chris Palmer (Harvard psychiatrist on Brain Energy)

In this episode, Chris Palmer, a psychiatrist, professor, and author of Brain Energy, sits down with the Armchair Expert to discuss how he believes mitochondrial activity can be the key to treating mental and metabolic disorders, how his mother’s condition drove him to become a psychiatrist, and what psychosis actually is. Dax and Chris talk about how nutrition is connected to treating mental disorders, their individual experiences with male role models in their respective upbringings, and the various reasons people might suffer from anxiety or depression. Chris goes on to describe how he unintentionally severed two of his fingers, how he went from being homeless in high school to becoming a professor at Harvard, and why he had to make peace with himself.

The Tim Ferriss Show

Chris Palmer, MD, of Harvard Medical School — Optimizing Brain Energy for Mental Health, The Incredible Potential of Metabolic Psychiatry, Extraordinary Case Studies, and Harnessing Mitochondria for Anxiety, Depression, OCD, PTSD, and More

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