Your Health with Dr. Joe Galati

Your Health with Dr. Joe Galati

Dr. Joseph S. Galati, hosts the weekly "Your Health First" broadcast on KTRH-AM.Full Bio


Since 2003, Dr. Joe Galati has been a familiar voice on Texas radio airwaves, producing and hosting Your Health First every Sunday evening, on the programs flagship station 740 KTRH in Houston. Each week, Dr. Galati discusses the latest health and medical trends with his listeners, Dr. Joe Galati, America’s “Physician- Communicator”, can be heard on the radio encouraging his audience to become better consumers of healthcare and equipping them with the information needed to better understand the health issues facing us today. His new book, “Eating Yourself Sick”, draws from his decades of experience caring for patients, as well as the many years he has been sharing his knowledge on the radio.


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Heart & Liver Disease w/ Dr. Joe Rogers & Natalie Amante

End-Stage & Food Stories

Dr. Galati opens by telling us the importance of putting your heath first and a story of an ICU patient. He also explains the end-stage of a disease and how shocking this is with some people. Dr. Galati goes on to talk about a Mediterranean diet, eating cereal before bed, and a few more random thoughts.

Liver Disease & ALT w/ Natalie Amante & Dr. Sunny Harpavat

Dr. Galati wants to talk a little more about liver disease on the program tonight. However, he starts with an article about childhood poisoning. Physician Assistant Natalie Amante and Dr. Sunny Harpavat of Texas Children's Hospital join the show to share some thoughts on their patients, liver disease, and ALT.

The Cost of Wellness w/ Jackie DeAngelis & John Grover

Dr. Galati wants to focus on the cost of wellness on the program tonight, but he starts by talking about those who are chronically ill. Jackie DeAngelis with Fox Business Network and John Grover of Grover Planning and Investments join the show to discuss their thoughts on the cost of wellness and more.

A Plant Based Diet & Life’s Essential 8

Dr. Galati is giving away more signed copies of his book “Eating Yourself Sick” to the first five callers that call his back studio line. He talks about an article about a plant-based diet and how it can reduce the progression of prostate cancer. Dr. Galati also explains Life’s Essential 8 and how to get healthy sleep.

A Look Back at Some of the Best of Your Health First

On this Super Bowl Sunday Dr. Galati goes back into the archives to give you some of the more interesting and informative segments. He gives away more signed copies of his book and talks about a reducing calorie intake article he read. Dr. Galati has flashback clips on his trip to San Diego, an interview with Dr. Pat Wood, and a boost commercial he saw.

Lung Disease w/ Dr. Howard Huang

On the program tonight, we talk about lungs. However, First Dr. Galati gives away copies of his book, “Eating Yourself Sick”, and shares some thoughts about patients with fatty liver. He also brings up an intermittent fasting article he read in the Wall Street Journal. Pulmonologist Dr. Howard Huang joins the show to talk about your lungs.

Heart Disease w/ Dr. Randeep Suneja

With February only a few days away Dr. Galati wants to focus on American Heart Month. Cardiologist Dr. Randeep Suneja joins the show to talk about heart disease. He also takes time to discuss hypertension and the complications affiliated with it. He describes the symptoms of heart disease and explains problems associated with reflux and heartburn.

Gas w/ Lauren Mahesri & Food w/ Chris Spinosa

Tonight Dr. Galati has Registered Dietician at Liver Specialists of Texas Lauren Mahesri on the show to talk about gas and FODMAP. We also have Private Chef Chris Spinosa in West Palm Beach Florida join to discuss his approach to food and Chef Zaddy.

Robotic Surgery w/ Dr. Simon & Dr. Cheah

Dr. Galati is back in the studio tonight and he has two expert surgeons with him. Dr. Caroline Simon and Dr. Yee Lee Cheah from Houston Methodist are here to explain and discuss robotic surgery. We also talk about liver surgery and liver transplant.