David Meine: Is it possible to eat well for optimal health as a college student?
Our next guest is David Meine, A cancer survivor, competitive road bike cyclist, and dedicated pickleball athlete, David Meine is an experienced career entrepreneur with a long list of successful launches under his belt. When he’s not out winning athletic medals, holding motivational talks, or advising business boards, David dedicates his time to furthering the mission he and his wife Carla are most passionate about: Eating To Live! Over the past two decades, David’s work, books, and remarkable journey have inspired thousands of people to transform their health in the same way.
In episode number 201 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why Brigham Young University was the right place for David, what he thought when he was first told he had bladder cancer, what is Leaky Gut Syndrome, if it’s possible to eat well as a college student, how we can remove spike proteins and food sensitivities, how we can maximize gut health by removing 7 triggers, what digestion has to do with your quality of life, and how we can attain optimal health. Enjoy!