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59 minutes | 21 hours ago
#86 Nutrition Science Series (Part 1 of 3) Why Everything About Nutrition Could Be Wrong with Professor Tim Spector
Is everything we have been told about nutrition wrong? And have we questioned prevailing dietary dogma enough? Are we asking the right questions in nutrition science and if not, how do we rectify it?Professor Tim Spector, Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at Kings College London and honorary consultant Physician at Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals is my guest this week and we dive into these questions and more.He is the lead researcher behind the world’s biggest citizen science health project – the Covid Symptom study app. This free tool has been used by more than 4 million people in the UK, US, and Sweden. The app identified new symptoms of the disease and risk factors as well as monitoring its progress to warn health authorities. He has published four popular books- including the best-selling Diet Myth and more recently, Spoon-Fed, a Sunday Times bestseller that I think is absolutely fantastic.On the show today we talk about:Why the calorie in calorie out dogma is entirely flawedWhy salt may not be the prime suspectThe approach to pesticides we should takeArtificially sweetened beveragesPractical suggestions for how to live healthierWhat the future of personalised nutrition could holdCheck out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
74 minutes | 8 days ago
#85 The Brain Series (Part 3 of 3). Transforming your Brain with Dr Tara Swart
What if we could harness the power of our thoughts to change the function of our brain and manifest the perfect life we’ve always wanted for ourselves. You might think I’m talking about new-age self help sensationalism, quantum physics and hype. But I’m actually talking about concepts rooted in ancient philosophy, that are being proven by breakthroughs in neuroscience and neuroimaging.I’m delighted to be chatting with Dr Tara Swart - a neuroscientist, medical doctor, executive advisor, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, and author of best-seller ‘The Source’. A book that distills the principles and actions of how we can harness the power of our conscious mind to alter the world around us.Tara is passionate about disseminating simple, pragmatic neuroscience-based messages that change the way people live and work. She personally advises a small number of individuals via personal recommendation only, and speaks at major conferences globally.Today we talk about:The field of nutrition, the microbiota and how that has an impact on our thoughtsAncient wisdom and how this has been gradually explained through the lens of neuroscienceThe science explained the “law of attraction”How to manifest your thoughts into realityBrain agility and how we train itNeuroplasticityPsychobioticsBrain healthy foods, Brain healthy exercises and Brain healthy thoughtsWhy action boarding worksTara’s personal story of leaving her job, divorce and moving country all at the same time and how she harnessed the power of her mind to maintain resilience“There’s no fate but what we make for ourselves” – The TerminatorDo be sure to check out The Doctor's Kitchen Website for full show notes and social media links for this and all our other episodes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
82 minutes | 15 days ago
#84 The Brain Series (Part 2 of 3). Eating for ADHD with Dr Rachel Gow
Research highlights a crucial link between nutrition, ADHD and brain health, and there is some evidence, although not fantastic quality evidence, but some nonetheless, that indicates smart food choices for ADHD and Brain Health and data on supplementation which can influence cognitive Function.On the show we have Dr Rachel Gow, Ph.D who is both a nutrition professional and experienced researcher plus a parent of a child with ADHD who has the experience of being in the position of not knowing what to do to help their child. ADHD affects 1 in 20 children - 500,000 in the UK and roughly one in every classroom. And there are some incredibly well known figures in business, the arts and dance who are diagnosed with ADHD, but there is also a darker side to the condition that doesn’t get as much airtime and is something that we should be mindful of.Rachel is a London based psychologist specialising in child and adult mental health and has specific expertise in ADHD, Autism, Depression, Anxiety and related learning and behaviour conditions. In addition, Dr. Gow is a Registered Nutritionist and has a Masters of Science in Psychological Research Methods, She has published approximately 22 peer reviewed book chapters and scientific papers, and her first book “Smart Foods for ADHD and Mental Health” is being published by Hachette in February 2021. Dr. Gow frequently lectures at London Metropolitan University, the University of Surrey and has an honorary role at The Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College LondonOn the show today we talk about:Rachel’s personal story with her child's developmentOMEGA-3 Fatty acids and why they are critical for the brain and it's function Clinical trials looking at supplementationThe impact of the gut on Serotonin, Dopamine, Neurogenesis and Brain InflammationOMEGA-3 for depression and ADHDDo check out The Doctor's Kitchen Website for full show notes and social media links for this episode and others. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
68 minutes | 22 days ago
#83 The Brain Series (Part 1 of 3). Food, OCD and Anxiety with Dr Uma Naidoo
Dr Uma Naidoo is a Harvard trained psychiatrist, Professional Chef and Nutrition Specialist. It is a pleasure to host this internationally regarded medical pioneer in this more newly recognized field of Nutritional Psychiatry.In her role as a Clinical Scientist, Dr. Naidoo founded and directs the first hospital-based clinical service in Nutritional Psychiatry in the USA. She is the Director of Nutritional and Lifestyle Psychiatry & Director of Nutritional Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) while serving on the faculty at Harvard Medical School.Dr Uma is a professionally trained chef as well as working as a Psychiatrist, and after listening to this podcast you’ll understand why Michelin-starred David Bouley described her as “the world’s first “triple threat” in the food as medicine space”Dr. Naidoo, has been asked by The American Psychiatric Association to author the first academic text in Nutritional Psychiatry. But she’s already the author of a book you can get your hands on in the UK called “The Food Mood connection” and in the States it’s “This is your brain on FOOD”.On the show today we talked about:Uma’s upbringing, family roots in ayurveda and how her grandmother influenced her love of medicine and foodCulinary School and why she wentNutritional Medicine it’s scientific shortcomings and her dietary agnosticism Food Irritants to mental health, including transfats, additives and sugarSpices, Fibre and PlantsHer perspective on Nootropics and AdaptogensThe vagus nerve as a bidirectional superhighway of information between the gut and brainThe connection between diet and OCD, PTSD and AnxietyHer culinary hacks for making healthy food taste incredibleDo check out The Doctor's Kitchen Website for full show notes and all social media links for this and all other podcast episodes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
34 minutes | a month ago
New Year Bonus Episode: Why 3-2-1 will change the way you cook forever
In today's bonus episode, I'm basically going to tell you everything that is in my new book, 'Doctor's Kitchen 3-2-1'. I'm going through each chapter and giving you a summary of how the book came about, why I think it will change the way you cook and eat forever and my aspiration to help 10 million people eat Doctor's Kitchen meals everyday. I talk about:The formula for 3-2-1Why eating more Fruit and vegetables is the core focus of my bookHow fats are just as important and fruits and vegetablesThe mechanisms behind the medicinal effect of foodThe flaws surrounding Nutritional ScienceFasting and how it worksThe functional benefits of foodIf you haven't seen a copy, check it out wherever books are sold (here's a link to the Amazon page) and make sure you subscribe to the newsletter for weekly recipes and healthy eating inspiration. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
47 minutes | a month ago
Bonus Episode: Learnings from 2020
This year has been an interesting test of patience, and for a lot of us it has been tragic. My time in hospital and working in emergency has been pretty harrowing at times, but today I want to share with you a number of coping strategies I’ve maintained. I also want to put a spotlight on my learnings from 2020 in this solo episode to round off the year.Today I talk about:Gratitude and why I practice it3 key learnings from my Nutritional medicine mastersWhat I learnt from the podcast this yearInequality and how this existed before the pandemicThe pandemic is our Third World War - Jon SnowFood, purpose and communityThe power of routine and how my morning shapes my dayThe importance of journalingMy aspirations for the new yearA huge thanks again to all our amazing guests this year on the podcast and for all of you who listen and enjoy the content - we hugely appreciate the support!Do check out The Doctor's Kitchen Website where you can see all our episodes and supporting show notes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
54 minutes | 2 months ago
#82 Wellness for Entrepreneurs (Part 3 of 3) Building a Brand for Life with Liz Earle MBE
Liz Earle MBE, is an absolute phenomena. She has 35 books to her name, multiple TV shows, a global beauty brand, a magazine and a hugely engaged and connected community online. Her work in beauty and wellness started way before the trend and her commitment to this area, along with many other businesses, built the foundations for the wellness industry currently valued at over a trillion dollars globally. Today I’m going to be chatting with Liz about her entrepreneurial journey, her experiences and what she has learned along the way. I want to share her story, her strategies for maintaining personal wellbeing, creating a support system around her as well as what excites her about the landscape right now. This is quite a personal podcast from both sides and we share a number of anecdotes which I hope will help you the listener understand the journey of an entrepreneur a bit better.This episode is for anyone who wants to know more about what it takes to be a founder in a unique industry as well as the added complexity of maintaining authenticity and safety for consumers, as is so important in Wellness.Do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this and all our other episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
86 minutes | 2 months ago
#81 Wellness for Entrepreneurs (Part 2 of 3) Coping with Startup Stress with Zanna van Dijk and Natalie Glaze
Entrepreneurship has a real glamour to it these days. With images of global startups such as Tesla, Lyft, Gymshark, Monzo and more. But what is startup life really like? And is it as desirable as people make it out to be?I’m thrilled to welcome along good friends of mine to the show - Zanna van Dijk and Natalie Glaze. These entrepreneurial, passionate ocean lovers wanted to create a business which was a force for good. A business that aligns with their morals and actually serves the planet.To fulfil this desire they co-founded Stay Wild Swim in 2018, an ethical and sustainable swimwear brand made from regenerated ocean plastic in the heart of London. Since the launch it has quickly become a leader in the sustainable fashion industry with a radically transparent supply chain, showing that you can consciously produce clothing without compromising style and quality. I personally know just how much effort goes into sourcing the raw materials, the fulfillment process and the seasonless slow fashion approach.Featured in Vogue, showcased at London Fashion Week, stocked in Selfridges and approved by Anna Wintour - Stay Wild Swim has seen huge success in a short period of time and is set to continue shaking up the fashion world.But what are the costs of startup? Beyond the glamour and the success what is the day to day like? The stresses, the sacrifice and how do these young business women stay grounded? What is their secret?On the show today we talk about:How Zanna and Natalie connected and grew the concept of what became Stay WildTheir rapid journey to success, features across both luxury magazines and the biggest social media accountWhat stresses they have encountered on their short journeyWhat coping mechanisms they have learnt along the wayZannas personal illness that led to her understanding the value of stopping and taking time for herselfWhat advice Natalie and Zanna have for listeners to cope with anxiety and stress, regardless of whether they are starting something up as a business Remember to check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this, and all our other episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 minutes | 2 months ago
#80 Wellness for Entrepreneurs (Part 1 of 3) The Business of Wellness with Lauren Armes
On the podcast today, I welcome Lauren Armes. Lauren is a business coach, speaker, writer and entrepreneur who founded Welltodo, a global industry network for the wellness industry, in 2014. Welltodo is now respected as a definitive voice for the business of wellness, spotlighting innovation and trends, case studies and insights. As a company, Welltodo helps people to build incredible businesses and careers in the wellness industry – through its events, recruitment and coaching services, and more. I have known Lauren for a number of years now and this episode is centred around how the success of wellness, which has become so pervasive in every aspect of our lives, will yield even more importance and impact in years to come.On the show today we talk about:Lauren’s background in the wellness industry and how she got startedThe initial issues with wellness and its pitfallsHow every company of the future will be a wellness companyDiversity in the wellness industryThe responsibility of an industry predicated on healthThe future trends in wellnessHow people should think about starting their own wellness product or brandHow welltodo itself has had to pivot in response to the pandemicCheck out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
42 minutes | 2 months ago
BONUS EPISODE: Squats, Purpose and Plants. Your Healthy Ageing Prescription with Dr Kate Gregorevic
“One of the greatest gifts of being a doctor for older adults is the constant reminder that life is fragile, finite and precious.”On the show today is Dr Kate Gregorevic - a geriatrician and internal medicine physician. She works in both acute hospital medicine and community settings and has completed a PhD looking at the impact of positive psychosocial factors in the development of frailty in older adultsLifestyle medicine is a core feature of Kate’s clinical practice, and nutrition, exercise and sleep are integral to developing plans to optimise her patients’ health. Her approach goes beyond physical, by working with people to identify their own priorities and values, and always centring these in any management plans.On the show today we talk about:How we balance the need to change health behaviours to improve longevity with the need to enjoy todayWhy we should focus on creating health in the present, as something that is valuable in its' own right and helps us engage in life, rather than something for the futureThe importance of including social and emotional wellbeing in any definition of healthThe perspective of a GeriatricianAssessing someone’s readiness to change and tips to motivate themSarcopenia and how to prevent thisYour prescription for healthy ageing (Squats, Purpose and Plants)The impact of loneliness and how it activates a stressor response Please do check out Dr Kate's book - Staying Alive - it's a really great read and has some fascinating informationVisit The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
76 minutes | 2 months ago
#79 The Keto Series (Part 2 of 2), How Keto Saved My Child with Alex Ash
A slightly different podcast episode today to give an authentic human experience of what effect a ketogenic diet could have in certain circumstances - we’re talking with Alex Ash, a colleague of one of my best friends in America, who reached out to me a while ago wanting to share his personal experience with the use of a Ketogenic diet for his son’s medical condition.Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) is a severe form of childhood epilepsy with multiple types of seizures and as you’ll hear, Alex and his partners experience has not been a straight forward one in the slightest.For any of you listening with children, with or without a chronic condition, I just want to say from the outset that this episode could be triggering so I would exercise some caution if you do not want to listen. Alex’s story has a positive ending but I understand this is not the case for a lot of people struggling with epilepsy and many other conditions. As a medical doctor I witness the daily battle many parents and carers have to endure for the sake of their loved ones.As always, none of the information spoken about on today’s podcast is taken to be medical advice, always speak with your practitioner about changes to medication, dietary or supplement regimen. And there are a few explanations for how the keto diet may yield an effect offered by Alex that are not technically accurate, but for the purposes of this special podcast I’ve chosen to completely unedit our conversation. If you’re interested in the more nuanced opinion of a practitioner I would listen to the previous podcast with Sue Wood that I've linked here for you.I hope you enjoy listening to Alex tell Jachin’s story, it’s certainly hit home a lot of truths to me.Remember to check out The Doctor's Kitchen website where you can find full show notes and social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
56 minutes | 2 months ago
BONUS EPISODE: Bread and Bliss with Roly Allen
Have you noticed the sourdough trend sweep through the globe during lockdown? People have developed a new love of home cooking and slowed down sourdough is top of the menu. But Roly Allen’s story started before the pandemic. After an exhausting couple of decades spent working, commuting, travelling and raising two children, Roly Allen baked his first sourdough loaf in his mid 40s because he’d been made redundant and needed a healthy pursuit while he got back on his feet. On the pod today Roly talks me through the process of baking and how sourdough saved his life. We chat about many things on the pod today but I highly encourage you to try a sourdough bake yourself. If not for the health of your body, then for the mindfulness benefits that bread baking can have.And do check out Roly's book - 'How to Raise A Loaf' - it's super interesting and full of great advice and hints and tips for baking breadAnd do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website where Roly has shared a 'Working Day Sourdough' recipe and we have all other show notes and social media links See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
99 minutes | 2 months ago
#78 The Keto Series (Part 1 of 2): What is the Ketogenic Diet, with Sue Wood
Susan Wood has worked as a UK registered dietitian for over 35 years, predominantly in the NHS, treating a wide range of paediatric and adult conditions. In 2008, the referral of one young adult for the dietary management of drug resistant epilepsy sparked her interest in ketogenic diet therapy (KDT) and since then she has been pioneering the development of adult treatment protocols in the UK and raising the awareness of dietitians and adult neurologists to the potential that KDT can offer to adults. In 2009 she started to work alongside the Matthews Friends Charity offering support to adults and their neurology teams seeking treatment. Sue continues to oversee the treatment of adults & children with drug resistant epilepsy and mentors NHS teams keen to explore KDT use in adults. She has recently co-authored reports on; the brain tumour patient experience of the use of KDT and the first international recommendations for the management of adults treated with ketogenic diet therapies. She is a member of the UK based Ketogenic Dietitians Research Network (KDRN) and a visiting lecturer at Surrey University.In today’s pod we talk about:What the ketogenic diet entailsThe history of KD therapyMyths and misinformation about the ketogenic diet The therapeutic utility of KD in epilepsy, cancer and metabolic disordersThe mechanism of KDThe biochemical changes that the ketogenic fuel-switch offersFrom the plate to the petri dish, we need more understandingThe adverse effects of KDThe future of researchPatient resources and support networksDo check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
61 minutes | 2 months ago
BONUS EPISODE: From Hospital Radio to Pints with the Prince with Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark
Today on this bonus episode for books that I’m recommending for Christmas, we have Radio 1 DJ Chris Stark, co-host of the award winning “That Peter Crouch Podcast“ with millions of listeners and now author of the new student cookbook initially titled “Eat Sleep Rave Reheat” and now changed to “Eat Sleep Zoom” .. for obvious reasons.We chat about Chris’ humble beginnings in hospital radio, his passion for the platform, spreading humour and of course THAT famous 5 minute interview with Mila Kunis that introduced him to the world stage of A-list celebritydom, plus how his latest podcast has led him all the way to hanging out with Prince William at Kensington palace.We also talk about his future plans, following your dreams and the importance of being your most authentic self.Check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
60 minutes | 3 months ago
#77 Why You Should Eat Sprouts, with Dr Chris D’Adamo
What are the issues with nutritional research, how do we create a robust culinary medicine teaching system for doctors … and why should we eat sprouts? These are the questions I put to Dr Chris D’Adamo - Director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine on today’s podcast!Dr D’Adamo is a medical research scientist with expertise in the synergistic effects of healthy lifestyle, environmental exposures, and genetics on human health and wellness. And his research, clinical, and educational network includes leaders in the fields of integrative medicine, functional medicine, and lifestyle medicine. On the show today we talk about:Epidemiology and his background in studying researchHow his culinary medicine programme was set upWhat phytonutrients cruciferous vegetables have in them and how they are processedSulforaphane and where it comes fromWhat the mechanisms are behind this nutraceutical found in broccoli, cabbage and sproutsThe anti-viral activity of SulforaphaneThe impact on Heat Shock Proteins and Neuro-inflammationHow Sulforaphane impacts detoxification mechanisms and why this is importantHow supplements are to be used exactly as a ‘supplement’ to the foundation of a healthy diet and lifestyleDo check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
56 minutes | 3 months ago
#76 Can You Eat for COVID with Professor Robert Thomas
I’m delighted to welcome back Professor Robert Thomas to the show.You may remember we spoke with Prof Robert previously on one of our earlier episodes and I’m thrilled that he could join me again.Professor Robert Thomas is a Consultant Oncologist at Bedford and Addenbrooke’s Hospitals, a clinical teacher at Cambridge University and visiting Professor of Sports and nutritional science at the University of Bedfordshire.In addition - he is lead of a Lifestyle and Cancer Research Unit and is also medical advisor to the website Cancernet.co.uk. Through his amazing work - Prof Robert Thomas has previously been awarded The British Oncology Association’s “Oncologist of the Year” and The Royal College of Radiologist medal.On the show today we talk about:Professor Roberts current experience of COVID on the ward as a consultantHis latest trial using food supplements and probiotics as an addition to conventional treatmentThe formulation of the product with industry and the issues it may poseHis experience of conducting the research and comparing that to the POMI-T trialsWhy lifestyle modification and prevention of comorbidities has to be the foundation rather than supplements aloneDo check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
75 minutes | 3 months ago
#75 Cannabis as Medicine (Part 2 of 2) - Cannabis and Treating Chronic Pain with Dr Attam Singh
On the podcast this week I welcome a returning guest to the show Dr Attam Singh, a Clinical Associate of the London Pain Clinic. Dr Singh first joined us back in April for one of our COVID 19 special episodes and I'm delighted to have him back on the show today. As a Consultant in Pain Medicine, Dr Singh is very experienced in both the assessment and treatment of pain. Dr Singh specialises in musculoskeletal and neuropathic pain of either single or multiple origin providing a personalised, holistic approach to treat and perform interventional procedures when necessary. More recently he has become one of the few registered practitioners using the Cannabis plant and its constituents (namely THC and CBD in varying proportions) to treat a variety of conditions and more specifically in his case, Pain.On the show today we talk about:What the cannabis plant is and where we find the useful chemicalsTHC and CBDSynthetic vs Natural sources of CBDThe endocannabinoid systemThe ‘entourage effect’The lethality of cannabis compared to other drugs of medicine and recreationThe complexity of chronic pain patients and why CBD has a roleThe difference between prescription and OTC preparationsThe delivery mechanism of CBDRemember you can catch the recipe I made for Attam on youtube, this is just the podcast bit where we talk about his speciality and experience.And do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and all social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
69 minutes | 3 months ago
#74 Cannabis as Medicine (Part 1 of 2) - Cannabis on the Brain and Gut with Dr Dani Gordon
Seen any Cannabis products lately? We have, over the last few years, become completely inundated with cannabis products across the shelves of wellness and health stores. Online blogs claim miracle cures from everything you could think of. Sleep, anxiety, cancer, AI conditions, eczema, acne, libido. As a doctor I’m asked about this from patients a lot, but honestly I’ve had no formal training in the products and up until now I haven’t really looked at much research. So is this an incredible and legitimate supplement with a myriad of uses? Or is this modern day snake oilWell today, I’m speaking with Dr Dani Gordon. Dr Dani is a double board certified medical doctor, integrative medicine physician, Family medicine doctor and world leading expert in CBD, cannabis medicine. She also co-founded the non-profit, UK Medical Cannabis Clinicians's Society (MCCS), which trained the UK's first cannabis medicine specialists and helped set up the UK's first cannabis medicine centres.She has lectured at Imperial College, King’s College, and UCL on medical cannabis. She also developed the first medical cannabis training program for physicians in the UK and is a consultant for clinical research in cannabinoid medicine working with top researchers around the world. Dr Dani Gordon is the perfect person to be speaking to on this subject and we have a fascinating conversation talking about:Her first interaction with cannabis medicine and plant medicineThe historical use of cannabis as a plant medicineThe types of chemicals found in the cannabis plantThe endocannabinoid system and how cannabis may exert its affectsThe risks of using CannabisThe uses of cannabis in dementia, parkinsons, gut disorders Tips on how to use cannabis as a wellness productDisclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and not to be taken as medical advice. The podcast guest and host always recommend speaking to your medical practitioner before taking any new supplements or products.Check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for the full show notes and social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
78 minutes | 3 months ago
#73 The Cancer Series (3 of 3). My Cancer Journey with Dr Lauren Macdonald
On this episode I’m joined by Dr Lauren Macdonald, who worked as a doctor in Brighton for several years before being diagnosed with aggressive stage 4 cancer in 2014. The years that followed gave her a deep understanding of what it is to face a life-threatening illness. Consequently, she became fascinated by the emotional experience of illness, the mind-body connection, and the body’s ability to self-heal.To optimise her chance of survival she explored Integrative Medicine, specifically focusing on nutrition, the gut microbiome, and stress management techniques, alongside conventional medical treatment. She achieved complete remission in 2016 and has gone on to study vedic meditation, Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Ashtanga yoga.We talked about:Her cancer journey, what is like to be a doctor with cancer and her experiences within the NHS systemStress and inflammation in diseaseHow she was able to overcome trauma in her lifeGut health and its importance during therapyHer experiences of yoga and learning more about surrendering herself to the universeThe power of nature as a healerHer personal use of psychedelics and her thoughts on its potential use in medicineCheck out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and all social media links for this episode See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
50 minutes | 3 months ago
BONUS EPISODE! Ask Me Anything with Dr Rupy
This week we have a special bonus episode of The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast - where I'll be answering some of your most commonly asked nutrition and lifestyle medicine questions, and I'll be answering them whilst I cook up a delicious meal!This podcast is brought to you in partnership with Sainsburys - I'm delighted to be working with Sainsburys who are helping you cook up something magical this Autumn.During the episode, I'll be cooking a delicious roasted vegetable and freekeh and feta salad - a recipe that you can find here on the Sainsbury's websiteCheck out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full details of this and all our other episodes See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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