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A native of Long Island, New York, Dr.JoeGalatiwas raised in a family where good nutrition and family were ways of life. Today, his practice, Liver Specialists of Texas and the Metabolic Liver Center (Fatty Liver Disease
Latest Episode1/11/2021

Childhood Obesity Part 2

Season 3, Ep. 15
For this weeks podcast, Dr. Joe Galati will be discussing Bagels. He gives an overview of the nutritional assessment of bagels and whether or not you should consider eating them? In moderation, bagels may not be all that bad. Take a listen and you decide.They will also be an update on the COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Galati is getting his second vaccine dose this week, and he will keep everybody up-to-date on how he doe. He'll comment on the overall rollout of the vaccine across America and why we need to all be patient and not get frustrated with the process.This weeks special guest is Dr. Sonny Harpavat. He is a pediatric liver specialist at Texas Children’s Hospital. He was on Your Health First last month discussing childhood obesity and fatty liver. This is a follow up discussion of this most important health topic. Tune in and listen to the insight that both Dr. Galati and Harpavat share with listeners.#childhoodobesity #fattyliver #diabetes #texaschildrenshospital #eatingyourselfsickTIME STAMPSBagel Talk: 5:00Covid-19 Vaccine: 13:30Dr. Harpavat and Childhood Obesity: 19:06Websites to remember:Medical Practice:Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site:Eating Yourself SickFacebook:Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube:YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion.You can message me here.You can reach Dr. Galati and his practice,LIVER SPECIALISTS OF TEXAS, by calling 713-794-0700. Ask for Teresa the practice administrator for details.Make sure you subscribe to all of the podcast episodes, rate them, send us feedback, and share them with your community.Available on:SPOTIFYTUNEINAPPLE PODCASTPOCKET CASTSOVERCASTACASTIHEART RADIO PODCASTGOOGLE PODCASTSTITCHERYOUTUBE
1/11/2021

Childhood Obesity Part 2

Season 3, Ep. 15
For this weeks podcast, Dr. Joe Galati will be discussing Bagels. He gives an overview of the nutritional assessment of bagels and whether or not you should consider eating them? In moderation, bagels may not be all that bad. Take a listen and you decide.They will also be an update on the COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Galati is getting his second vaccine dose this week, and he will keep everybody up-to-date on how he doe. He'll comment on the overall rollout of the vaccine across America and why we need to all be patient and not get frustrated with the process.This weeks special guest is Dr. Sonny Harpavat. He is a pediatric liver specialist at Texas Children’s Hospital. He was on Your Health First last month discussing childhood obesity and fatty liver. This is a follow up discussion of this most important health topic. Tune in and listen to the insight that both Dr. Galati and Harpavat share with listeners.#childhoodobesity #fattyliver #diabetes #texaschildrenshospital #eatingyourselfsickTIME STAMPSBagel Talk: 5:00Covid-19 Vaccine: 13:30Dr. Harpavat and Childhood Obesity: 19:06Websites to remember:Medical Practice:Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site:Eating Yourself SickFacebook:Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube:YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion.You can message me here.You can reach Dr. Galati and his practice,LIVER SPECIALISTS OF TEXAS, by calling 713-794-0700. Ask for Teresa the practice administrator for details.Make sure you subscribe to all of the podcast episodes, rate them, send us feedback, and share them with your community.Available on:SPOTIFYTUNEINAPPLE PODCASTPOCKET CASTSOVERCASTACASTIHEART RADIO PODCASTGOOGLE PODCASTSTITCHERYOUTUBE
12/10/2020

Childhood Obesity and Fatty Liver

Season 3, Ep. 14
This weeks podcast features two very important topics, and two outstanding guests. The first discusses the rise in alcohol use and alcohol use disorder in the era of COVID-19. The fear of the illness, it’s associated anxiety and isolation, as a result of the quarantine, has created a fertile environment for alcohol abuse. Throughout the pandemic, we’ve seen the negative impact, including rising depression, suicide, drug abuse, and child abuse.Tonight we will be talking specifically about the increase in harmful use of alcohol, especially in patient that already have pre-existing liver disease. An expert in Living Disease from Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, Dr. Gene Im will be joining the conversation.The second topic and guest is Dr. Sunny Harpavat from Texas Children’s Hospital, here in the Texas Medical Center. He will be discussing child obesity and fatty liver in the pediatric population. As a pediatric gastroenterologist and hepatologist, he is on the front line of this public health emergency. In addition, Dr. Harpavat is the president of the newly formed Texas Liver Foundation. Check out this link to learn more.#fattyliver #childhoodobesity #alcoholabuse #cirrhosis #liverdisease #obesity #diabetes #junkfood #covid19Websites to remember:Medical Practice:Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site:Eating Yourself SickFacebook:Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube:YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion.You can message me here.You can reach Dr. Galati and his practice,LIVER SPECIALISTS OF TEXAS, by calling 713-794-0700. Ask for Teresa the practice administrator for details.Make sure you subscribe to all of the podcast episodes, rate them, send us feedback, and share them with your community.Available on:SPOTIFYTUNEINAPPLE PODCASTPOCKET CASTSOVERCASTACASTIHEART RADIO PODCASTGOOGLE PODCASTSTITCHERYOUTUBE
11/17/2020

Cancer Prevention Podcast

Season 3, Ep. 12
This week on the Dr. Joe Galati podcast, we are talking about the month of November being Stomach Cancer Awareness month. There is a lot of information to gather here, considering many of the common G.I. complaints that people have could be early warning signals that something more serious is wrong. Don’t ignore the symptoms that are perceived as being OK to have, such as bloating, nausea, heartburn, and difficulty swallowing. Like all serious conditions, early intervention is the key to long-term survival. Making a return visit is Dr. Sudha Kodali, answering some additional questions about liver cancer from her October appearance on the program. Check out that podcast here. Here again, it's the awareness of our own personal risk factors, and symptoms that we need to be familiar with. Lastly, some exciting new research out of Sweden is indicating that exercise increases the function of the CD8+ white blood cells in fighting different types of cancer. Yet another reason to get up, dust off your sneakers, and get moving.Websites to remember:Medical Practice:Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site:Eating Yourself SickFacebook:Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube:YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion.You can message me here.You can reach Dr. Galati and his practice,LIVER SPECIALISTS OF TEXAS, by calling 713-794-0700. Ask for Teresa the practice administrator for details.Make sure you subscribe to all of the podcast episodes, rate them, send us feedback, and share them with your community.Available on:SPOTIFYTUNEINAPPLE PODCASTPOCKET CASTSOVERCASTACASTIHEART RADIO PODCASTGOOGLE PODCASTSTITCHERYOUTUBE
10/22/2020

#LiverCancer Expert Discussion

Season 3, Ep. 9
Each year, approximately 43,000 new cases of #livercancer are diagnosed, and approximately 31,000 people will die. Liver cancer rates have tripled since 1980, most likely due to increased rates of #hepatitisC, #fattyliver, and #hepatitisB. This week on Dr. Galati‘s weekly radio program, Your Health First, he interviewed Dr. Sudha Kodali, a partner of his at Houston Methodist Hospital. They discussed the underlying risk factors for liver cancer, the need to know your liver test results, and not ignore subtle abnormalities of you are liver chemistries. One of the growing public health concerns that we have been speaking about for years is related to the global obesity epidemic which resulted in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a leading cause of liver cancer. Left untreated, liver cancer is universally fatal. Being aware of your risk factors, and getting early intervention, can lead to an excellent outcome.Websites to remember:Medical Practice:Liver Specialists of TexasDr. Galati's Book Site:Eating Yourself SickFacebook:Dr. Joe GalatiDr. Galati's YouTube:YouTube ChannelPlease send feedback and suggestion.You can message me here.You can reach Dr. Galati and his practice,LIVER SPECIALISTS OF TEXAS, by calling 713-794-0700. Ask for Teresa the practice administrator for details.Make sure you subscribe to all of the podcast episodes, rate them, send us feedback, and share them with your community.Available on:SPOTIFYTUNEINAPPLE PODCASTPOCKET CASTSOVERCASTACASTIHEART RADIO PODCASTGOOGLE PODCASTSTITCHERYOUTUBE