Today on the show I talk to a 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.
I talk to Hazel about how we can eat to improve public health in general and improve the current burden on our health care system.
We talk about:Corporate responsibility - ensuring that people are offered healthier choices when shopping and eating out - such as low sugar items and whole foodsGiving the general public reasonable targets when it comes to food and what we should be aiming to include in our diets on a daily basisExpectation management - what we see on social media v's reality in clinic and GP surgeriesFibre intake - how we can achieve our daily fibre intake guidelines (30g per day) by including more foods such as beans, nuts, legumes and foods like chickpeas in our daily diet.
One of my recipes from The Doctor's Kitchen book which will ensure you're hitting your daily fibre intake is my Spicy Baked Eggs with Tomatoes & Chickpeas.
And don't forget to pre-order a copy of my new book Eat to Beat Illness which is released on 21st March 2019 - I can't wait for you to read it!
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