New Focus for 2019: Diet, Dentistry, and Total Health

Hello gang! Dr. Matthew Standridge here, aka the Ketodontist. This video is me announcing a new direction that we’ll be implementing at our office here in Yates Center, KS.

For the past few years I’ve grown in my knowledge of health, fitness, growth and development, holistic health, and more. And no longer can I keep that separate from my dental practice, nor would I want to. And that’s what I discuss here in this video.

KDP Episode 018: Connecting The Mouth with Whole Body Health with Dr. Tom Larkin

*This episode originally aired on 4/16/18

Hello again KD Tribe! Today we have our first episode really going into the oral-systemic link and we do so by interviewing Dr. Tom Larkin of POW Hygiene. Dr. Larkin was one of the first people I connected with when I first started going down this path of complete body wellness, and it was so fun to reconnect with him and talk about the science, the screening, and the treatment of oral infections and how that contributes to our overall health. I hope you enjoy today’s epidsode!

To lean more about Dr. Larkin and his program please visit his webpage or email him at the addresses below:

Link to I’m Free by Dr. Tom Larkin:

Link to Beat the Heart Attack Gene by Dr’s Brad Bale and Amy Doneen:

Link to The Dental Diet by Dr. Steven Lin:

Ketodontist Podcast Episode 05- Amy Berger of The Alzheimer’s Antidote

Welcome to episode 5 of the Ketodontist Podcast.  Today we have part 1 of our interview with Amy Berger, author of The Alzheimer’s Antidote.


Alzheimer’s is currently the 6th leading cause of death in the United States

In 2017, Alzheimer’s and other dementias will cost the nation $259 billion.  By 2050 those costs could rise as high as $1.1 TRILLION

More than 5 million Americans are living with this disease, that number could rise as high as 16 million by 2050!

How growing up a bit overweight sparked Amy down a path of nutrition education.


Why insulin resistance may be the root cause of the ALZ, as well as a myriad of other diseases.

Why ALZ is commonly referred to as “Type 3 Diabetes” or “Diabetes of the Brain”

Why medication’s haven’t yielded much results in treating ALZ.

Are there better tests for screening for risks or diagnosing ALZ?

Facts in the show notes from


Amy’s Excellent Blog:

Her book The Alzheimer’s Antidote: