The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

By Dr Rupy Aujla

Welcome to The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast with Dr Rupy Aujla. Covering a range of topics from the principles of healthy eating to how to prevent and treat illness, Dr Rupy and his panel of experts draw on the latest research to give you actionable tips to help supercharge your health.What you choose to put on your plate is one of the most important health interventions anyone can make. Dr Rupy's cooksbook, The Doctor's Kitchen and his latest, Eat To Beat Illness, are out now all good bookshops and ebook.

Episodes

How to Save The Planet at Breakfast with Jonathan Safran Foer

Today I speak with author and activist Jonathan Safran Foer about the current pandemic, how he is coping and an inconvenient problem that dwarfs the impact of Covid. The big C – Climate.Jonathan is the author of three award-winning and internationally best-selling novels. He won The Guardian Book Prize for his debut novel, was included in Granta’s “Best of Young American Novelists” issue as well as The New Yorker’s“20 under 40” list of the best young writers in the US; and his books are published in over 30 languagesAnd I know what you’re thinking. Yes it’s important. Yes I know I should be doing more. And no I’m not doing enough. It’s too hard.In today's espisode we talk about:How the actions of ordinary people as a collective can have huge impactsNot to rely on the government for action and how we can actThe simplest most effective solution is dietHow we are all hypocrites and a layer of realism is usefulWhy climate change and global warming has a branding problemJonathan Safran Foer's book, We Are The Weather, is out now, definitely do go and check it out. Along with another one of Jonathan's books - Eating Animals, it’s certainly one of my must reads for anybody interested in nutrition and how food choices impact the environment.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes lifestyle hacks and more tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible - and please do give us a 5* rating on your podcast player to help support our podcast through this difficult time.Check out the podcast notes on The Doctor's Kitchen Website for links to more articles and books on this subject.Guest Social Media LinksFacebookInstagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/201h 2m

The Doctor’s Kitchen LIVE Podcast: Opportunities for Growth Post Pandemic (with a Live Q&A Session)

Welcome to a special episode of The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast - LIVE!Today’s podcast was filmed recently on Zoom with a live audience of 20 people online - what a great experience and a real pleasure to connect with those in the audience.Earlier this year, I introduced the idea of what I wanted to create as an immersive Doctor’s Kitchen experience - a supper club event with 3 guest interviews and an opportunity for those attending to ask live questions.The initial idea revolved around 3 core themes: EAT, MOTIVATE & INSPIRE. Unfortunately, we had to postpone the supper club event for obvious reasons - so I thought instead that I would reflect on a few events of the last couple of months as well as giving an opportunity to those in the audience of the live podcast to ask me anything.Some of the key topics I talk about today include:How we cultivate a community that is able to look after itself effortlessly?How can we grow from this tragic experience?The renewed realisation of the wider determinants of health, namely community, connection and purpose.Financial, Environmental and Societal impacts on healthy lifestyles and the responsibility of our government to enhance the resilience of our populationI also pose the opportunity of this current situation as a moment to rethink the immediacy of other looming catastrophes, namely the environment and microbial resistance. And I close with a short discussion on rethinking our food landscape to appreciate the addictive nature of processed foods and the importance of nutritional medicine. I do hope that you find this episode informative and useful at this time, and I would really love your feedback on the episodes that we are sharing here.  Let me know on our Instagram, Facebook & Twitter pages.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes lifestyle hacks and more tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible - and please do give us a 5* rating on your podcast player to help support our podcast through this difficult time.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/201h 2m

Creating Accidental Activists to Improve Health in a Post Pandemic World with George Monbiot

Today on the podcast I welcome along George Monbiot - who is is an author, Guardian columnist and environmental campaigner.George cowrote the concept album Breaking the Spell of Loneliness with musician Ewan McLennan; and has made a number of viral videos. One of them, adapted from his 2013 TED talk, How Wolves Change Rivers, has been viewed on YouTube over 40m times. Another, on Natural Climate Solutions, that he co-presented with Greta Thunberg, has been watched over 50m times.As we witness an improvement in the crisis and anticipate the relaxation of social distancing, I wanted to talk about the opportunities to learn and reform our political systems that globally have been woefully unprepared and slow to respond.As we try to recuperate the losses both emotionally, physically and financially I’m trying to cultivate the opinions of thinkers from around the world who have long documented the unfolding crises in society that have now spectacularly revealed themselves to us.In this episode, we talk about:How to harness intrinsic human values of kindness to foster better wellbeing in societyHow cooperation and altruism is hardwired in our neurobiologyThe evolution of humans would have required community and kindness to survive rather than the prevailing narrative of individualism and inequalityNeoliberalism in politics and how we have evolved over the 20th and 21st centuryThe impact of immersing ourselves in a virtual worldHow we address alienation and loneliness, which are the defining conditions of our time.The rise in social initiatives and Accidental activistsWhat will we reward in a post pandemic era? Those with material wealth and social influence or those who seek to build community and foster relationships?Is this an opportunity to build a doughnut economy?Big Organising in the wake of the PandemicAnd don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media LinksWebsiteTwitterInstagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/2053m 28s

How to Heal a Moral Injury – Helping Healthcare Workers Heal Mental Wounds in the Aftermath of Coronavirus with Dr Dominic Murphy

In today’s episode I talk to Head of Research at Combat Stress, Dr Dominic Murphy. Combat Stress are the UKs leading charity for veterans' mental health. For a century they have been helping former servicemen and women deal with issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression. Today they provide specialist treatment and support for veterans from every service and conflict to give them hope and a future.I think it would be a pragmatic choice to start discussing the mental implications of COVID- 19 on healthcare workers that have not only witnessed events but may have been involved in some huge decisions that challenge our moral code.I'm sure that you will find our discussion today really interesting and thought provoking.On the podcast, we talk about:Dominic’s work as a Clinical Psychologist and PTSD with war veteransThe extent of PTSD and predisposing factorsWhat is a moral injury?The relationship between moral injury and PTSDWhy look at moral injury - why do some people not respond well to gold standard treatments for PTSDWhat are we doing in the UK to explore moral injuryIs moral injury relevant during the current COVID-19 crisis?Preventative measures with food, alcohol and exerciseThe prevalence of PTSD before the pandemic and what needs to change in both the culture of medicine and access to care Please do be sure to check out the Combat Stress Website where they have some fantastic resources and support available and also look up their social media pages (links below)You'll also find links on The Doctor's Kitchen Website to the papers that Dominic and I discussed on the podcast.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media Pages:WebsiteFacebookTwitter  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/05/2055m 22s

Miracles in Medicine? What We Can Learn About the Science of Spontaneous Remission with Dr Jeffrey Rediger

In today's podcast I speak with Dr Jeffrey Rediger where we talk about spontaneous remissions or ‘medical miracles’ that he has been studying for over 15 years.Dr Jeffrey Rediger is an Instructor in Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Medical Director for the McLean SouthEast Adult Psychiatric Programs.He has a Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and publishes in the fields of medicine, psychiatry and spirituality. He has now released his first book - Cured - the remarkable science and stories of spontaneous healing and recovery.Conventionally ignored by the scientific literature as outliers, anomalies or likely a result of misdiagnosis, Dr Jeffrey decided to dedicate a large part of his career studying these cases in the hope of trying to find out if there is anything we could learn from them. What he revealed is a fascinating collection of stories that has changed his thinking on medicine and how we practice. It could be the revolution in medicine many patients and doctors are crying out for. Rather than adding legitimacy to those trying to exploit people's hope and belief, Dr Jeffrey sees a new way of examining unusual cases of remission through the lens of science. On our talk today we cover the following:The placebo effect How belief plays into remissionPutting the body into a “Healing Mode”Why love, compassion and kindness are key to health and longevityNegativity biasThe accidents of biology and how they lead to the secrets of healthFlexing your Vagus NerveThe 4 pillars of healing - Immunity, Stress, Identity, Nutrition Please do be sure to check out Jeff Rediger's book - Cured (Penguin, 2020) - released this year and available through most good bookstores or online booksellers.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media Links:WebsiteFacebookInstagramTwitterYouTube  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/2058m 16s

COVID-19 pt 4: Is Basic Income the Answer to Financial and Physical Wellbeing After COVID? With Professor Guy Standing

In this weeks podcast I speak with Professor Guy Standing. A professorial research associate and former professor at SOAS University of London and world expert on Universal basic Income.He is also a co-founder and current co-president of the Basic Income Earth Network (BIEN), an international non-governmental organization that promotes basic income as a right.In light of the evolving pandemic I wanted to shift the conversation from reacting to the current scenario, to considering what opportunities there are to grow from this.In the same way the British public and government created a universal healthcare system in the wake of WWII, perhaps our current scenario provides the foundation for even more radical thinking.Today we discuss Basic Income as a measure that could alleviate societal suffering that started years before the pandemic, but has been extenuated and magnified as a result of the virus.What we understand more than ever is the inequality within our communities, the effects of which will last far beyond the closure of this health crisis and will continue unless we think more carefully and imaginatively about how we structure our society.We talk through the following:Basic constructs of what Universal Basic Income meansThe ethical and economic arguments for Basic IncomeIdeas and culture shifts in politics and society that need to be in place for basic income to workProfessor Standing's experiences with instituting Basic Income in communities across the world I hope that this situation has made more of us think more compassionately and kindly toward our neighbours both internationally as well as nationally and that this podcast ignites a different way of thinking even if you do not agree with the notion of Basic income.Please do be sure to check out Professor Standings book - Battling Eight Giants: Basic Income Now (Bloomsbury, 2020) - released this year and available through most good bookstores or online booksellers.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media Links:WebsiteFacebook  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/04/201h 17m

COVID-19 pt 3: A Neurosurgeon On The Front Line with Dr Sheri Dewan

Today I chat with the amazing Dr Sheri Dewan - who is a board-certified neurosurgeon, and who was inspired to become a doctor after her mother was rushed to the hospital with a ruptured brain aneurysm.Dr. Dewan is one of just 219 female neurosurgeons in the United States (there are just less than 4,000 neurosurgeons nationally, in total) - she works at Northwestern Medicine Central DuPage Hospital in Chicago and graduated from Northwestern University and completed her neurosurgical residency at the well renowned Brown University.She specializes in pituitary tumors, gamma knife radiosurgery and minimally invasive degenerative spine disorders and Dr Sheri is a passionate advocate for women's brain health and diet how our lifestyle and the food we eat can impact our brain health.In today’s episode we talk about the evolving situation with COVID-19 in Chicago and the flexibility of healthcare systems there and nationally in the USA to respond to the unveiling crisis. We also talk about how Dr Sheri’s regular job has changed how she is now gearing up to work in intensive care.It's really interesting to hear some other stories from the front line and how America is dealing with the situation over there.On this episode we also talk about the following:Posture - and working from home, what we can all do to help ourselves and our posture right now including regular movementNeck flexion and some tips from Dr Sheri on how to make improvements in this areaDegenerative back issues with some tips on how to prevent and manage back pain with exercises and foodHow exercises such as Yoga and Pilates can be incredibly beneficial to help with flexibility and core strengthDr Dewan's incredible experience and career thus farHow females in the medical industry can forge ahead with incredibly successful careersDr Sheri’s meditation practice that she has kept up for over 20 years throughout her trainingHow cultivating self care in our society has never been more importantWe end with a positive note on what good can come of this current situation and how to deal with the anxiety of the unknownListener Note: In light of the situation, we talk about some distressing facts regarding the fatality of healthcare workers that some listeners may find difficult to hear. Caution is advised.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media Links:WebsiteInstagramTwitter  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/2046m 15s

COVID-19 pt 2 - From inside ITU with Dr Attam Singh

On the podcast today I welcome along Dr Attam Singh for another special episode relating to COVID-19.Originally, Dr Singh was coming onto the podcast with me to talk about the use of CBD in healthcare. He is a clinical associate of the London Pain Clinic and a consultant in pain medicine. He qualified in qualified in anaesthesia before becoming professional trained as a Consultant in Pain Medicine.We were going to talk about all things CBD related with Dr Attam - it's use in pain, anxiety, what CBD is, where it comes from and what the legislation is. He is one of the only medical registered practitioners using CBD in these ways in clinic and would have been an ideal guest to share all of these insights with us - but we will definitely record another episode on this subject in the future.Today however we are going to be talking with Dr Attam about COVID-19 and his experience thus far - including how he is one of the thousands of doctors who have been drafted straight into emergency rotas staffing intensive care units in the UK, looking after the sickest patients with COVID-19.I would like to exercise some caution for anyone listening to this episode - the details certainly in the first part of the episode are directly from the front line and are very in depth, so if you are suffering from anxiety or overwhelm at this time, you may wish to listen to the second half of the episode where we talk about the optimistic outcomes and what we can learn from this pandemic going forward, or alternatively have a listen to another of our wonderful episodes.We talk about the following in our episode today:The change in Dr Attam's role over the last few weeksHis in depth front line ITU experience with COVID-19Current pressing issues regarding drugs and the oxygen supplies in the UKThe current treatments for COVID-19Coping mechanisms for us all at this timeThe techniques that Dr Attam uses to remain calm in ITUPotential positives that can come from the current pandemicWhat we have to look forward to in the coming monthsAnd don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Social Media Links:WebsiteFacebookTwitterYoutube  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/04/2048m 49s

COVID-19 pt 1: Special Episode: What You Need to Know, Opportunities for Compassion and Dealing with Media Anxiety

On the podcast this week we're taking a slightly different approach - we usually cover topics such as food, medicine and lifestyle, but in light of the current situation I thought it would be pertinent to share something else with you this week.We're delaying our future episodes for the time being and I wanted to talk to you today about the COVID19 situation - there's a lot of details out there at the moment and it's an incredibly overwhelming amount of information coming from many many different sources, including social media.This weeks episode is geared toward arming you with the tools to understand the current news, how to contextualise the scary scenarios and what to expect from the numbers over the next few weeks.So today, I wanted to share with youMy thoughts on 'what you need to know' regarding the current COVID19 situation (as of 28th March)A 'How to' guide for dealing with quarantine and the positive effects it can have including opportunities for kindnessHow you can be supporting your mental healthWays to look after your physical health and your nutrition intakeThe impact the situation may be having on teenagers/studentsTips on navigating social media and the media/news at the current timeMy current work within the NHS and ways that you may be able to help and get involvedWhat we're doing within The Doctor's Kitchen to provide support and information throughout this time I appreciate that there's a lot of news and information out there at the moment on COVID19, so please do feel free to listen to as little or as much of this episode as you can at this current time.And don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter where we will be continuing to share weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/2052m 22s

Eat For Immunity with Dr Jenna Macciochi

Dr Rupy speaks to Immunologist Dr Jenna Macciochi, who specialises in understanding how nutrition & lifestyle interact with the immune system in health & disease.Follow Dr Jenna on Instagram and Twitter and find further resources on her website at drjennamacciochi.com.The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here.Dr Rupy's bestselling cookbook The Doctor's Kitchen is out now. Order on Apple Books here.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/03/201h 28m

Overcoming The Odds with Alexandra Adams

On the podcast today I have the great pleasure of introducing you to Alexandra Adams, who quite simply really is one of the most amazing and special people that I have ever met.I can guarantee that you will not fail to be inspired, amazed and in awe by this young lady - she is incredible and is certainly making waves in the field of medicine with her approach and dedication and I'm sure you're going to hear a lot more about Alexandra in the coming months and years.Alexandra is a 4th year medical student at Cardiff University, and is the UK’s first deaf-blind person training to become a doctor - that in itself is almost beyond comprehension isn't it!But there is more - an ex-GB athlete in both swimming and alpine skiing, a published poet and a TED talker(TEDxNHS). Alexandra is also a lifelong patient of the NHS, having been in hospital for 1.5 years as a teenager, and having had 17 admissions to Intensive Care since the start of medical school,However Alexandra is also a victim - she shares with us her experiences of discrimination whilst being a patient and as a medical student but yet, still takes time to push for better equality, diversity and inclusivity in the workplace - incredible isn't it!Do take some time to listen to this podcast in it's entirety - you are going to love this one!And you absolutely must check out Alexandra's incredible ted talk by clicking on this link here and do have a look at the amazing organisation and project that she runs called 'Faces of the NHS' by clicking on this link here  - which hopes to remove stereotypes in the NHS.All other social media links are noted below here.Make sure you check out the recipe I made for Alexandra too on The Doctor's Kitchen YouTube ChannelAnd don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter for weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Social Media Links:Instagram and Faces of The NHS InstagramTwitter and Faces of The NHS TwitterFacebookBlogTED talkFaces of the NHS video:   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/03/201h 38m

Modern Slavery with Dr Rosie Riley

On the podcast today I'm delighted to welcome along Dr Rosie Riley - a Clinical Fellow in Emergency Medicine, Founder of VITA Training and an NHS Clinical Entrepreneur.Rosie is passionate about seeing an end to modern slavery. Over the past 5 years she has fought to transform the healthcare response, promoting the recognition of modern slavery as a major health challenge to individuals and societies.In 2014, Rosie founded VITA, an organisation working to ensure victims presenting in healthcare settings can be safely identified and supported, whilst advancing and facilitating national modern slavery prevention, intervention and survivor care.VITA training has now been delivered to more than 1,200 frontline NHS healthcare professionals and is being rolledout across London with a view to scale nationally.On the episode today, we talk about the following:Rosie's work with VITABecoming the national voice for health in modern slaveryAdvocacy nationally with the Home Office and NHS EnglandModern slavery and the role healthcare has to play Make sure you check out the recipe I made for Rosie too on The Doctor's Kitchen YouTube ChannelAnd remember to check out Rosie's work on the Vita Training website and social media pages too by following the links on the podcast page on The Doctor's Kitchen website and below. We would love to get your feedback on the subject matter of these episodes - please do let me know on our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook & Twitter) what you think,and give us a 5* rating on your podcast player if you enjoyed today's episodeAnd don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter for weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media PagesWebsiteTwitterFacebook  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/03/201h 14m

Making nutrition simple with Amelia Freer

Today on the podcast I welcome Nutritional Therapist, Amelia Freer.Amelia embarked on a career in nutrition after years of struggling with her own diet and now uses her expertise to transform the lives of her clients and readers. Amongst her success stories are famous names such as Victoria Beckham, James Corden and Sam Smith. Amelia takes a scientific and holistic approach with clients and is vehemently against fad diets and exaggerated food marketing hypeOn the episode today, we talk through the following areas:Simplifying Food and how Amelia has focussed her recipes on reducing the stress involved in cookingDealing with negativity online and being the subject of public shamingHow Amelia’s practice has evolved and what things she has changed in her practiceHow failure/change is inevitable throughout your careerEmbracing culinary hacks, parenthood Make sure you check out the recipe I made for Amelia too on The Doctor's Kitchen YouTube ChannelAnd remember to check out Amelia Freer on her website and social media pages too by following the links on the page here, and also have a look at Amelia's new book - Simply Good For You - by clicking this link.We would love to get your feedback on the subject matter of these episodes - please do let me know on our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook & Twitter) what you think,and give us a 5* rating on your podcast player if you enjoyed today's episodeAnd don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter for weekly science based recipes and tips to help you live the healthiest and happiest lifestyle possible.Guest Social Media PlatformsWebsiteInstagramFacebook  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/201h 2m

Feel Better in 5 with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Today on the podcast I welcome Dr Rangan Chatterjee - a very popular previous podcast guest but also a good friend and colleague.Dr Rangan Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential doctors in the UK. Leading the charge on how healthcare and medicine is understood in the UK, Dr Chatterjee most recently co-created the 'Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine' course with the Royal College of GPs, that has now been delivered to almost 1000 doctors and health care professionals.During the course of the conversation today, we talk about:Behaviour changeMotivationOur identitySome super actions and tips to easily implement and incorporate into your daily life from Rangan's book - Feel Better in 5 Make sure you check out the recipe I made for Rangan, the Masala Rice and Sardines on The Doctor's Kitchen YouTube Channel.   We also make a smoothie recipe from Rangan's book too - which you will definitely want to try out at home!And remember to check out Dr Rangan Chatterjee on his website and social media pages too by following the links below and also have a look at Rangan's book - Feel Better in 5 - by clicking this link. We would love to get your feedback on the subject matter of these episodes - please do let me know on our social media pages (Instagram, Facebook & Twitter) what you think,  give us a 5* rating on your podcast player if you enjoyed today's episode and don't forget to subscribe to The Doctor's Kitchen newsletter for weekly science based recipes.Guest Social Media Platformswww.drchatterjee.com | @drchatterjee | @drchatterjeeuk | @drchatterjee  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/02/201h 23m

The Science of Yoga with Eddie Stern

On the podcast today I welcome Eddie SternEddie is a yoga teacher, author, and lecturer from New York City. He is known for his multi-disciplinary approach to furthering education and access to yoga, as well as his teaching expertise in Ashtanga Yoga.His bestselling first solo book, One Simple Thing: A New Look at the Science of Yoga, examines in clear and simple language the underlying neurophysiological mechanisms that make yoga an effective practice.We had a really great conversation today and some of the topics that I discussed with Eddie were:How a punk rocker in the 70s became a Yoga teacher to the celebrities in New YorkHis time spent travelling in India and learning from the great masters of Yoga while on his travelsWhy consciousness is an important concept to fathom and how the process of learning 'who we are' is important, rather the achievementThe studies that Eddie has been involved in, that demonstrate Yoga as an important tool for cardiovascular healthThe vagus nerve as a root to mindfulness and changing your autonomic nervous system functionDo have a look at at the Summary and Guest Info sections on The Doctor's Kitchen Website where I've added a ton of more information that Eddie has been involved in and also some really interesting articles on The Vagus Nerve which I know you will find super interesting!And have a look on The Doctor's Kitchen YouTube Channel - at the video I cooked with EddieAnd remember to check out Eddie Stern on his website and social media pages by following the links below, and also have a look at Eddie's book - One Simple Thing - A New Look at the Science of Yoga, by clicking this link.Have a listen to the podcast and enjoy - and don't forget to give us a 5* rating on the podcast, it really does help to spread the love and the message and for others to find us too!Guest Social Media Platforms Website: https://eddiestern.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/eddiestern?lang=en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eddiestern/?hl=en Inner Peace Conference: https://innerpeace.nyc?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/02/201h 9m

Eat To Beat Depression with Dr Drew Ramsey

Today on the podcast I speak with Drew Ramsey, MD who is a leading innovator in mental health, combining clinical excellence, nutritional interventions and creative media. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and in active clinical practice in New York City.His work and writing have been featured by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Lancet Psychiatry, and The Today Show, BBC, and  NPR, which named him a “kale evangelist.” He’s given two TEDx talks with a third coming this Fall. He is the author of three books, Eat Complete: The 21 Nutrients that Fuel Brain Power, Boost Weight Loss and Transform Your Health, 50 Shades of Kale, and The Happiness Diet. His e-course, Eat To Beat Depression, helps people maximize their brain health with every bite. He is on the Advisory Board at Men’s Health, the Editorial Board at Medscape Psychiatry, and is a Scientific Adviser to the stigma-fighting non-profit Bring Change To Mind. The subjects that I spoke about with Drew on the podcast covered the following:Drew’s background and his journey to Food (and Kale in particular)What his clinical practice currently looks like and the conditions he sees regularlyWhat Nutritional Psychiatry means to him and how he practices it with patientsSome of his Patient experiencesHow to overcome the 3 barriers to nutritional change (complication, time and money, over reliance on supplements)The 21 nutrients of transformationInflammation as a cause of depressionThe many different types of depression – emotions, neurochemical and the others we have yet to defineThe gut brain axis and its importance to brain/mental healthHis latest e-course and what he hopes to achieve with “Eat to beat Depression”The wider determinants of mental health and how to scale a movement that delivers change I'm delighted to confirm too that we have kindly been gifted a discount code for you all to use on Dr Drew Ramsey's course - 'Eat To Beat Depression - Harnessing the Power of Food to Boost Mood'. By clicking on this link here to access the course, you will receive 15% discount off the original price of the course.And remember to check out Dr Drew Ramsey on his website and social media pages by following the links below, and also have a look at Dr Drew's books - Eat Complete, Fifty Shades of Kale and The Happiness Diet by clicking this link.Have a listen to the podcast and enjoy - and don't forget to give us a 5* rating on the podcast, it really does help to spread the love and the message and for others to find us too!Guest Social Media PlatformsWebsite: drewramseymd.comIG/FB @drewramseymd  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/02/201h 25m

Eating Bread with Karen O’Donoghue

My guest today on the podcast is Karen O’ Donoghue who is the Founder of The Happy Tummy Co. which she established in Hackney, East London back in early 2014.Having suffered with chronic IBS symptoms since childhood it was in 2013 that Karen cleared up her symptoms for good through applying 2 years of scientific research on how our gut bacteria like to eat to fermented bread recipes. From her bakery in Hackney.Karen sent this unique, gut friendly bread throughout the UK and Ireland to help others eradicate themselves of their IBS symptoms too.It quickly became known as “the magic poo bread”.An activist for fibre, real bread, connecting with the land and teff Karen has now moved to East Sussex where she has opened a bakery school deep in the countryside surrounded by farmland, herds of cattle and sheep and night time hedgehogs. Her mission to re-establish connection with the earth and our hands is paramount in her mission to eradicate people of their IBS symptoms.We talk about so many different topics on this podcast. Karen's journey, the importance of seed banks and maintaining an open and respectful perspective on different types of farming.And remember, you can checkout the recipe I made Karen over on YouTube by clicking here:Also go check out The Happy Tummy.co website and do follow Karen and the team on Instagram too and keep an eye out for any events they are hosting this year or festivals that they're going to be at - definitely get yourself along to something if you can, you won't regret it! Have a listen to the podcast and enjoy - and don't forget to give us a 5* rating on the podcast, it really does help to spread the love and the message and for others to find us too!You can find all of this information and more at www.thedoctorskitchen.com, subscribe to the newsletter for weekly science based recipes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/02/201h 49m

Surviving Your Own Story with Tulsi Vagjiani

Welcome back to The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast!We're kicking off the podcasts again with an amazing guest - Tulsi Vagjiani. This is an incredible episode and you're going to really take a lot from it today!What you will hear on todays podcast is a story of survival, determination and resilience. A story of overcoming one’s inner demons and those of society at the same time.Tulsi is a healer in many respects and I hope that her story that she bravely shares with us all today will help you on your journey, whatever your individual obstacles may be.In Tulsi's words and from her own website:“You may be climbing a mountain but think of the view when you reach the top”Tulsi is a global ambassador and humanitarian and with her current role as a motivational speaker and a confidence & empowerment coach, she is able to travel and make a difference internationally.Tulsi's role includes working in schools delivering workshops to empower the students, particularly around self-image and mental health awareness.The story that you will hear today of resilience, determination and survival is incredibly inspiring and empowering.And click on the link here to check out the recipe I cooked for Tulsi on the podcast too! And don't forget to check out Tulsi on the social media links and website below.Have a listen to the podcast and enjoy - and don't forget to give us a 5* rating on the podcast, it really does help to spread the love and the message and for others to find us too!Guest Social Media PlatformsFacebookInstagramWebsite  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/201h 28m

The Best Of Doctor’s Kitchen!

In today’s episode we celebrate some of the earliest podcasts by giving you some clips from the most incredible interviews over the last 2 years of recording. We’ve recorded over 100 hours of conversations so prepare yourself for a whistle stop tour on how to eat healthy over the festive season, the principles of healthy eating and living, avoiding the dreaded winter viruses and of course why gratitude should be on your list of things to keep you healthy.You can find all the full episodes featured on the podcast today on the website www.thedoctorskitchen.comFeatured on the pod today:Alex SwakaDr Anita MitraDr Megan RossiDr Jenna MachiocchiDr Ben BrownDr Michael FarquarDr Alan DesmondDr John SykesJoe Wicks  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/11/191h 23m

The Doctors Dinner Party with Your Lifestyle Doctors

In their own words, Your Lifestyle Doctors are:A group of doctors who are passionate about helping their patients and the public to live healthier lives. They have a broad and unique set of expertise between them and decided to use their knowledge collaboratively as ‘your lifestyle doctors’. Their focus is on prevention and lifestyle factors to improve and optimise health. Take a look at their Instagram page @yourlifestyledoctors where you’ll find a wealth of health information. They cover posts in:* Nutrition* Healthy Recipes * Physical Exercise and Home Workouts* Stress Management including Meditation & Mindfulness* Behaviour Change One of their main aims is to help you gain the knowledge, know how and health hacks to get you into better health. They’ll be hosting interactive workshops where you’ll leave with an abundance of tips to get you on the road to better health.Social media:Instagram: yourlifestyledoctors https://www.instagram.com/yourlifestyledoctors/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/1957m 17s

Functional Health with Ben Atkinson

Ben is a nutritionist with the core belief that a holistic and functional approach to health is fundamental to optimal well-being He has held research and science communications posts at health institutes and charities, always aiming to empower individuals to take control of their health by increasing access to and understanding of health information.He now hosts the Functional Health Podcast and is setting up a platform to promote the integration of allied health professionals.Website (Still being built) -  https://www.functionalhealthinfo.com/  Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/functionalhealthinfo/Host of The Functional Health Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-functional-health-podcast/id1449896131 -  https://functionalhealth.podbean.com/   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1956m 40s

Cooking for the World's Best Athletes with Dan Churchill

Dan Churchill is the chef of Under Armour and Executive Chef at Charley St, a fast casual restaurant in Nolita. He holds a Masters in Exercise Science (strength & conditioning). He was born on the beaches of Sydney, Australia and currently resides in New York City.Dan is the author of three books and has appeared on notable programs such as ABC’s Good Morning America and the TODAY show. He has his own series on the Discovery Network called Feast with Friends, as well as his own production company called The Epic Table. His podcast of the same name focusing on entrepreneurship, wellness and food launched in June of 2019.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/11/1939m 3s

Eat Your Gut Healthy with Dr Megan Rossi

Dr Megan Rossi, The Gut Health Doctor, is a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with an award-winning PHD in gut health. A leading Research Fellow at King’s College London, Dr Rossi is currently investigating nutrition-based therapies in gut health, including pre-and probiotics, dietary fibres, the low-FODMAP diet and food additives, as well as leading The Gut Health Clinic. Dr Rossi works with leading companies to promote better gut health and create new menus, including Leon Restaurants. Eat Yourself Healthy is her first book.SocialsWebsite: https://www.theguthealthdoctor.com/ Instagram: @theguthealthdoctorFacebook: @theguthealthdoctorTwitter: @TheGutHealthDocAmazon link to book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gut-Health-Doctor-easy-digest/dp/0241355087/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=eat+yourself+healthy&qid=1566202033&s=gateway&sr=8-1  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/10/1953m 4s

Why Chefs Are As Important As Doctors with Chef Bouley

In 1987, Chef David Bouley opened his own restaurant, Bouley, in TriBeCa. Among many accolades, Bouley earned several four-star reviews in The New York Times, seven James Beard Foundation awards for best restaurant and best chef, named “Best Chef in America” by Herald Tribune, TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Awards “The Best Restaurant in the United States” and #14 in the world, 29 out of 30 rating in Zagat and ranked #1 in New York City for many years.One of the most health-conscious chefs in the world, with a strong focus and research for diners with health concerns; Chef Bouley’s approach has won him a lifetime achievement award from Dr. Peter Green, Director of the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University and a lifetime achievement award from Dr. Barry Smith, President of the Rogosin Institute and Professor of Clinical Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College.In 2015, Chef Bouley received the honorary title of “Japanese Cuisine Goodwill Ambassador,” a government award from the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries for exemplifying the spirit of “Washoku,” meaning “harmony of food” in Japanese.Chef Bouley was also invited to be the commencement speaker for the College of Agriculture, Health and Natural Resources at the University of Connecticut. There, he received an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, “honoris causa.”SocialsWebsite: DavidBouley.com and BouleyatHome.comInstagram/Facebook/Twitter: DavidBouley and BouleyatHome  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/10/191h 5m

Creating Happy Memories with Meik Wiking

Meik Wiking founded the world's first Happiness Research Institute in 2011, in Copenhagen, Denmark. He consults cities, governments and organisations around the world on happiness. He has advised the Minister of State for Happiness in the UAE, the state of Jalisco in Mexico and the city of Goyang in South Korea, among others. He holds a degree in business and political science and has previously worked for the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He is the author of two globally bestselling books: The Little Book of Hygge and The Little Book of Lykke.Meik Wiking’s new book The Art of Making Memories: How to Create and Hold Onto Happy Moments is published 19th September by Penguin Life, £12.99 hardback.Instagram: @meikwikingFacebook: /meikwiking1Twitter: @meikwiking  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/10/191h 0m

Fashion and Health with Venetia Falconer

Venetia is a digital content creator and sustainability activist with a passion for slow fashion and mindful living. She’s the creator of the 5 star rated podcast Talking Tastebuds. She has been featured discussing Sustainable Fashion on on BBC World News, BBC Radio 4’s Costing The Earth, NowThis News, Channel 4 News and BBC Radio London.LINKSInstagram: @venetiafalconerTwitter: @venetiafalconerPodcast: bit.ly/TalkingTastebudsYouTube: YouTube.com/venetiafalconerThe Slow Fashion Exchange: https://www.facebook.com/groups/876390899418811/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/10/191h 7m

The Language of Kindness with Christie Watson

Christie Watson is an award winning, bestselling writer. She has a special interest in nursing and mental health having spent twenty years working as a nurse, and holds an honorary Doctor of Letters for her contribution to nursing and the arts. She is Patron of the Royal College of Nursing Foundation. Her first novel, Tiny Sunbirds, Far Away, won the Costa First Novel and Waverton Good read awards and her second novel, Where Women Are Kings, also international achieved critical acclaim. Her non-fiction The Language of Kindness, was published in 2018 and was a number one Sunday Times Bestseller. It was a Book of the Year in The Evening Standard, New Statesman, The Times, The Guardian and The Sunday Times. It has been translated into 23 languages, and spent five months in the Sunday Times Top Ten Bestseller lists. It is currently being adapted for theatre and television.Twitter: @tinysunbird Insta: christiewatsonwriter Website: www.christiewatsonauthor.co.uk  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/09/191h 15m

Creating Lasting Habits with Dr Heather McKee

Dr Heather McKee is the UK’s leading lifestyle behaviour change specialist, consultant and founder of drheathermckee.co.uk Having studied health behaviour change and weight loss psychology for 10 years her mission is to offer an evidence-based sustainable alternative to an industry saturated with quick fixes and health fads.She works as a habit coach (working 1:1 with clients to support them in overcoming their barriers to healthy habits) and as a behaviour change specialist (supporting businesses in designing and delivering in-person and digital wellness programmes for long term adherence and positive health outcomes). Her passion is in translating evidence-based techniques into real-life practices to help people build the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to create lasting and enjoyable healthy habits.Dr McKee’s research has been published internationally in leading academic journals, as well as featuring in Time magazine, Huffington Post, The Times, The Daily Mail and LA times.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/09/191h 12m

Root to Stem with Alex Laird

Today I’m speaking with medical herbalist and author of “Root to Stem” Alex Laird. She runs one of the few NHS medical herbalism clinics at Whipps Cross hospital in London alongside a consultant dermatologist and has over 20 years of experience. Trained in biomedicine and plant pharmacology, Alex is also a visiting lecturer, and has published numerous research papers, and is the co-founder of the charity Living Medicine. She is a firm believer in using food and foraged plants to help support wellbeing. 'Root to Stem' is a seasonal and holistic approach to health that puts plants, herbs and nature at the heart of how we live and eat.It is a new kind of guide that links individual health to our communities and the planet's health to sustain us all.’  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/191h 12m

The Fresh Heart Project with Dr Zarrin Shaikh

Dr Zarrin Shaikh is a Consultant Cardiologist and a passionate advocate of the power of lifestyle medicine to prevent cardiovascular disease. She has spent over 18 years in the NHS after qualifying from the University of Nottingham in 2001. In 2008, she successfully obtained a grant from the British Heart Foundation that enabled her to study the role of intracardiac shunting of blood in obstructive sleep apnoea. She was subsequently awarded a PhD from Imperial College London in 2012. Her PhD research sparked her interest in the relationship of sleep with cardiac health. Following on from her PhD, she underwent comprehensive training in all aspects of Cardiology with a focus on cardiac imaging, specifically echocardiography and cardiac MRI. Over the 18 years of her clinical work she has witnessed her patients getting younger and sicker. She strongly believes that our busy, modern, stressful and sleep-deprived lifestyles are to blame and that through addressing these factors, we can not only prevent but reverse cardiac disease. She is committed to tackling the root causes of cardiac disease and has developed the Fresh Heart Project which aims to empower people to lead longer, happier and healthier lives. My social media links are:Website: www.lifestylecardiology.comTwitter: @freshheartdocInstagram: @freshheartdocLinkedIn: Zarrin Shaikh  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/09/191h 21m

The Marvellous Adventure of Being Human with Max Pemberton

Max Pemberton is a doctor, journalist and writer. Over the course of his medical career he has worked across a broad range of medicine, including paediatrics, mental health, surgery and geriatrics. Max is a writer for the Daily Mail, Reader's Digest, and the Spectator. Before moving to the Mail three years ago, he was a columnist at the Daily Telegraph for 12 years. He has won several awards for his writing, including Mind Journalist of the Year, the Royal College of Psychiatrists Public Educator of the Year and awards from the Medical Journalists' Association. He has presented the BBC Radio 4 flagship health programme Inside Health and is a regular commentator on TV and radio on health and social issues. Max has also written four bestselling books for adults. The Marvellous Adventure of Being Human is his first book for children.http://www.maxpemberton.com/https://twitter.com/maxpemberton?lang=en  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/191h 12m

The Brain Gut Connection with Dr Rabia Lalani

Dr Rabia Lalani is a Gastroenterology registrar working in South London. She is currently pursuing research in the field of Neurogastroenterology, otherwise known as the brain-gut connection. Her goal is to provide an integrated, personalised service by merging mainstream medicine with lifestyle & complementary therapies for Gut health. Dr Lalani is also a qualified yoga instructor offering private, community classes & yearly yoga retreats! Socials: Website - www.biobreathe.co.ukInstagram - @doctor_rabia https://www.instagram.com/doctor_rabia/?igshid=1dakpioauvz3i  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/191h 19m

Life Lessons From A Brain Surgeon - Dr Rahul Jandial

Rupy talks to Dr Rahul Jandial an American dual-trained neurosurgeon and scientist at City of Hope, a research centre, hospital and postgraduate training faculty in Los Angeles. When he isn't performing surgery he is leading a team of scientists in Jandial Laboratory, known for its cutting-edge approach to brain surgery and neuroscience. Rahul has transformed the lives of his neurosurgery patients by putting them through 'brain rehab', his specially developed boot camp for restoring brain function.In his new book Life Lessons From A Brain Surgeon, he uses his years of expertise to show how healthy people can rewire their brains to work in a higher gear. Dr Rahul’s book is out nowHis social media links are:https://www.facebook.com/DrJandial/https://www.instagram.com/drjandial/?hl=enhttp://www.drjandial.com/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/08/191h 14m

Eating for Mental Health - Professor Felice Jacka

Rupy talks to Professor Felice Jacka, director of the Food & Mood Centre at Deakin University in Australia, founder and president of the International Society for Nutritional Psychiatry Research, and immediate past-president of the Australian Alliance for the Prevention of Mental Disorders. She holds Honorary Principal Research Fellow appointments at the Centre for Adolescent Health, Murdoch Children's Research Centre, and the Black Dog Institute. Professor Jacka's current research focuses closely on the links between diet, gut health and mental and brain health.Dr Felice’s book Brain Changer is out now Rupy's cookbooks The Doctor's Kitchen and Eat To Beat Illness are available now in all good bookshops and online.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/08/191h 8m

Exercise for Mental Health - with Dr Brendon Stubbs

Rupy talks to Dr Brendon Stubbs, head of Physiotherapy at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and clinical lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, Kings College London. Brendon’s research focuses on physical activity, mental health and the mind-body interface. Dr Brendon’s book Exercise-Based Interventions for Mental Illness is out now and you can follow him on Twitter @BrendonStubbs. Rupy's cookbooks The Doctor's Kitchen and Eat To Beat Illness are available now in all good bookshops and online.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/08/191h 2m

The Health Benefits of Yoga – with Dr Claire Hennigan

Rupy talks to Dr Claire Hennigan, a fully qualified GP as well as a trainer in Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga, about yoga for health and why it can be thought of as a therapy. You can follow Dr Claire on Instagram @realyogadoctor.Rupy's cookbooks The Doctor's Kitchen and Eat To Beat Illness are available now in all good bookshops and online.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/07/1957m 10s

Breathing For Health - Richie Bostock

Rupy talks to Richie Bostock aka The Breath Guy about the life-changing possibilities of breathing for health.Richie's book Exhale: The Science and Art of Breathwork is out in April 2020 and is available to pre-order.Rupy's cookbooks The Doctor's Kitchen and Eat To Beat Illness are available now in all good bookshops and online.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/07/191h 20m

Eat For The World with Dr Sandro Demaio

Rupy talks to Dr Sandro Demaio, CEO of EAT, about how the sustainability of our food choices ultimately impacts the health of our planet and attempts to answer this important question: can we feed 10 billion healthy people whilst ensuring we also live on a healthy planet?  You can follow Sandro on Twitter and Instagram @SandroDemaio.  Dr Rupy’s bestselling cookbooks The Doctor’s Kitchen and Eat To Beat Illness are out now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/191h 20m

13: Motivation - with Joe Wicks

Dr Rupy talks to Joe Wicks aka The Body Coach about how you keep motivated when you are trying to live a healthy style, particularly when you are trying to make a positive change. Joe's latest book Veggie Lean In 15 is out now. Follow Joe on @thebodycoach. Dr Rupy's new book The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness is out now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/1952m 40s

12: Eat For Your Heart - with Dr Ayan Panja

Super-generalist and NHS GP, Dr Ayan Panja returns to the pod to discuss eating for your heart. Follow Dr Panja on Twitter @Dr_Ayan and Instagram @drayanpanja. Dr Rupy's new book The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness is out 21st March.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/191h 4m

11: Eat For Inflammation - with Dr Jenna Macciochi

Immunologist Dr Jenna Macciochi returns to the show to talk about eating for inflammation. Dr Jenna has a PHD in Inflammation, Repair and Development from Imperial College and is a lecturer on Immunity at the University of Sussex. Follow Dr Jenna on Instagram an Twitter @drjennamacciochi. My new book Eat To Beat Illness is out on 21st March. Pre-order your copy now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/191h 29m

10: Eat For Endometriosis - with Dr Anita Mitra

Gynecologist Dr Anita Mitra aka the Gynae Geek returns to the podcast, this time to discuss endometriosis. Anita's excellent book, The Gynae Geek: Your No-Nonsense Guide to 'Down There' Healthcare, is out now. Follow Anita on Instagram @gynaegeek. Dr Rupy's new book, Eat To Beat Illness, is out this month. Pre-order your copy now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/03/1952m 43s

9: Eating For Public Health - with Dr Hazel Wallace

Dr Rupy talks to good friend and bestselling author, Dr Hazel Wallace, aka The Food Medic about eating for public health. Dr Hazel is also host of The Food Medic podcast and is currently doing a masters in Clinical Nutrition and Public Health at UCL. Dr Rupy talks to her about how we can eat to improve public health in general and improve the burden currently on our health care system. Check out Hazel's books The Food Medic and The Food Medic For Life and follow her on Instagram @thefoodmedic. You can pre-order Dr Rupy's new book The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness now.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/02/191h 1m

8: Eat For Your Teeth - with Dr Steve Lin

Dr Rupy talks to Dr Steve Lin, in practicing dentist based in Sydney, Australia and author of The Dental Diet.  Follow Dr Steve on Twitter and Instagram @drstevenlin. You can pre-order my new book The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/02/1932m 10s

7: Eat For IBD: Your Questions Answered - with Dr Alan Desmond

Dr Rupy asks gastroenterologist Dr Alan Desmond some quick fire questions from his followers on social media. Follow Dr Alan on Instagram @devongutdoctor. Dr Rupy's new book, The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/02/1920m 19s

6: Eat For IBD (Part 1) - with Dr Alan Desmond

Dr Rupy talks to gastroenterologist Dr Alan Desmond about Inflammatory Bowell Disease or colitis and gut health in general. Dr Alan has some fascinating views and ideas on how we can utilise diet and lifestyle to improve gut health and a range of other areas. Follow Dr Alan on Instagram @devongutdoctor. Dr Rupy's new book, The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/02/1948m 51s

5: Eat For Stress Part 2 - with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

This is part 2 of Rupy's chat with Dr Rangan Chatterjee about stress. Rangan is an NHS GP, a lifestyle medicine advocate, bestselling author and host of the Feel Better, Live More podcast. Dr Rangan's new book The Stress Solution is out now in all good bookshops. Follow him on Instagram @drchatterjee and on Twitter @drchatterjeeuk. Dr Rupy's new book, The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/01/1927m 23s

4: Eat For Stress Part 1 - with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Dr Rangan Chatterjee returns to the pod, this time to talk to Dr Rupy about stress, including what it is, how it can affect your health or what you can do to help yourself with it. Rangan is an NHS GP, a lifestyle medicine advocate, bestselling author and host of the Feel Better, Live More podcast. Dr Rangan's new book The Stress Solution is out now in all good bookshops. Follow him on Instagram @drchatterjee and on Twitter @drchatterjeeuk. Dr Rupy's new book, The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/01/1947m 24s

3: Exercise & Activity - with Dr John Sykes

Dr Rupy speaks to Dr John Sykes, Director of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine, Qualified GP with strong interest in sports medicine. Dr John regularly lectures at Bristol Medical School and is extremely well-researched, particularly in the field of exercise as medicine. In this episode they discuss why exercise can improve your health and how to get active to achieve these health benefits. Follow Dr John on Instagram and Twitter. Dr Rupy's new book, The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here. Dr Rupy's bestselling cookbook The Doctor's Kitchen is out now. Order on Apple Books here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/01/1954m 56s

2: Eat For Immunity (Part 2) - with Dr Jenna Macciochi

In Part 2 of this episode, Dr Rupy speaks to Immunologist Dr Jenna Macciochi, who specialises in understanding how nutrition & lifestyle interact with the immune system in health & disease. Follow Dr Jenna on Instagram and Twitter and find further resources on her website at drjennamacciochi.com.Dr Rupy's new book,  The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here. Dr Rupy's bestselling cookbook The Doctor's Kitchen is out now. Order on Apple Books here.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/01/1944m 21s

1: Eat For Immunity (Part 1) - with Dr Jenna Macciochi

Dr Rupy speaks to Immunologist Dr Jenna Macciochi, who specialises in understanding how nutrition & lifestyle interact with the immune system in health & disease. Follow Dr Jenna on Instagram and Twitter and find further resources on her website at drjennamacciochi.com. The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out 21st March - available in all good bookshops and ebook. Pre-order on Apple Books here. Dr Rupy's bestselling cookbook The Doctor's Kitchen is out now. Order on Apple Books here.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/01/1947m 24s

8: Eat For Your Bladder - with Dr Nish Bedi

Dr Rupy has a super interesting chat with urologist Dr Nish Bedi about specific diets for bladder complaints. There are some amazing tips about cystitis, recurrent UTIs and kidney stones. Follow Dr Nish on twitter @nishbedi. The Doctor's Kitchen cookbook is out now. Order you copy here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1834m 16s

7: Teaser

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07/09/1833m 52s

6: Eat For PCOS - with Dr Anita Mitra

I invite Dr Anita Mitra back to talk about eating for PCOS and women's hormones. We have a fascinating chat about yoga for menstrual problems as well as over training and its pitfalls. Follow Dr Anita on Instagram: @gynaegeek and check out gynaegeek.co.uk. The Doctor's Kitchen cookbook is out now. Order your copy here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1836m 58s

5: Eat To Beat Cancer - with Dr Ailsa Lumsden

Dr Rupy has a fascinating chat with oncologist Dr Ailsa Lumsden to discuss the evidence on how lifestyle factors can help prevent and manage cancers of various types. This is a fantastic insight into the duty of a cancer doctor and the importance of maintaining a patient centered approach. Follow Dr Ailsa on Instagram: @dr_ailsa. The Doctor's Kitchen cookbook is out now. Order your copy here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1844m 0s

4: Eat For Stress (Part 1) - with Dr Rangan Chatterjee

Dr Rangan Chatterjee returns to the pod, this time to talk to Dr Rupy about stress, including what it is, how it can affect your health or what you can do to help yourself with it. Rangan is an NHS GP, a lifestyle medicine advocate, bestselling author and host of the Feel Better, Live More podcast.  Dr Rangan's new book The Stress Solution is out now in all good bookshops. Follow him on Instagram @drchatterjee and on Twitter @drchatterjeeuk.  Dr Rupy's new book, The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness, is out now!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1849m 31s

3: Eat To Boost Your Brain - with Dr Ayan Panja

Dr Rupy chats to super-generalist, NHS GP and BBC presenter, Dr Ayan Panja about how to eat to boost your mind and brain power as well as prevention and management of neurodegenerative disease. Follow Dr Panja on Twitter @Dr_Ayan and Instagram @drayanpanja. The Doctor's Kitchen cookbook is out now. Order your copy here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1843m 10s

2: Episode 2: Principle 1 - Eat Colourful

I invite good friend and fellow medic, Doctor Anita Mitra to talk about the concept of eating the rainbow. What does this mean? What benefits do plants actually give us? How phytochemicals could be important in measuring in the future (alongside vitamins and minerals) as well as actionable tips for how you can eat more colours right now.  You can find my lovely guest @gynaegeek, www.gynaegeek.com. Don't forget you can get my cookbooks The Doctor's Kitchen and The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat To Beat Illness are available now. Instagram: @doctorskitchen Website: www.thedoctorskitchen.com  YouTube: The Doctor's Kitchen  Twitter: @doctorskitchen Music: Canals by Jaokim Karud from the Chillhop Essentials Summer 2016 collection. Used under Creative Commons.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1829m 58s

1: Eat to Beat Diabetes - with Dr Rangan Chaterjee

Rupy chats to Dr Rangan Chatterjee, leading health expert, author of the bestseller “The 4 pillar plan” and star of the BBC show “Doctor In The House” about our lifestyle in relation to diabetes. We chat about how what we eat as well as sleep and move can have an impact on a variety of medical problems. Follow Rangan on Twitter @drchatterjeeuk, Instagram @drchatterjee and at www.drchatterjee.com. The Doctor's Kitchen cookbook is out now. Order you copy here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/181h 12m

7: Series 2 - Trailer

Dr Rupy is back with a brand new series of The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast. Subscribe to get the latest episode weekly.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/182m 20s

6: Episode 6: Principle 5 - Eat In Time

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07/09/1831m 37s

5: Episode 5: Principle 4 - Eat Plants

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07/09/1825m 11s

4: Episode 4: Principle 3 - Eat Fibre

This week's show features my good friend, Gut health researcher, Dr Megan Rossi, from Kings College London who has a specialist interest in the gut. We discuss what gut health refers to, the microbes lining our digestive system and what effects these have on general health. We round up with actionable tips on how you can improve your own health by looking after your gut using food and lifestyle tips. Definitely worth a listen! Find the lovely Megan @guthealthdoctor on Instagram and at https://www.drmeganrossi.com/ In my book there is a whole section on fibre plus I teach you more about the science behind gut health as well as lots of delicious recipes! amzn.to/2yHihb5 Insta: @doctors_kitchen www.thedoctorskitchen.com YouTube: The Doctor's Kitchen Twitter: @doctors_kitchen Music: Canals by Jaokim Karud from the Chillhop Essentials Summer 2016 collection. Used under Creative Commons.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1828m 40s

3: Episode 3: Principle 2 - Eat Whole

I invite Public health researcher from the “WHO collaboration centre for public health training and education at Imperial College London”, Alexandra Swaka to discuss the concept of eating more whole foods. What does eating 'whole' actually mean? Are there clear health benefits for eating more whole foods? Could this be the answer to our public health crisis of lifestyle disease as well as actionable tips for how you can eat more 'whole' every day.You can find the amazing Alexandra Swaka @alexandra.swaka on Instagram and more about her work at Imperial https://www.imperial.ac.uk/school-public-health/primary-care-and-public-health/teaching/whocc/ In my cookbook I teach you a multitude of ways to cook whole foods and explain the benefits of them too! amzn.to/2yHihb5 Insta: @doctorskitchen www.thedoctorskitchen.com YouTube: The Doctor's Kitchen Twitter: @doctorskitchen Music: Canals by Jaokim Karud from the Chillhop Essentials Summer 2016 collection. Used under Creative Commons.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1831m 26s

1: Teaser

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07/09/182m 44s

1: Episode 1: Introduction

Welcome to The Doctor’s Kitchen Podcast which is all about helping people live happier and healthier lives using food and lifestyle medicine principles. The first episode is an introduction to ME, Dr Rupy. Who am I? What kind of medicine do I practice and how did I start a love affair with food? In this episode I'll tell you about my personal story with food and medicine and give you a heads up on what's to come in this series. Check out The Doctor's Kitchen book that accompanies this series: amzn.to/2yHihb5 Insta: @doctorskitchen www.thedoctorskitchen.com YouTube: The Doctor's Kitchen Twitter: @doctorskitchen Music: Canals by Jaokim Karud from the Chillhop Essentials Summer 2016 collection. Used under Creative Commons.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/09/1811m 48s

1: Teaser

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07/09/1838s
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