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The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

Dr Rupy Aujla

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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.

Latest Episodes

Eating for The Menopause with Dr Hannah Short

My guest today isDr Hannah Short, aGP and women's health specialistwho has personal experience of surgical POI (primary ovarian insufficiency), having undergone a total hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of the womb, fallopian tubes and both ovaries) at the age of just 35. She now sees patients from across thePOI spectrum and usesacombination approach ofboth HRT medication and nutritionand lifestyle changes. Anambassador for the Daisy Network, Hannah has bigaspirations toimprove Menopausal awareness andcare across the country. Hannah has a keen interest in the role ofplant-based nutrition in female hormonal health, inparticular the association between the gut microbiome and oestrogen metabolism. In 2018, Hannah completed the eCornell Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition and has undertaken further training in lifestyle medicine with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). On the show today we talk about: - Hannah’s personal story - Endometriosis and surgically induced menopause andPremenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) - Defining the Menopause and Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) - What is normally meant to happen in the menopause - The pathophysiology behind the commonest symptoms - How the menopauseeffects chronic conditions - The gut microbiome and oestrogen metabolism - “Oestrogen dominance” - How a plant based diet can help lessen menopausal and menstrual symptoms - The impact of inflammation on the menopause - HRT and the different types - body vs bio - identical and their uses - Soy and the menopause - Supplements and the menopause Do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for more information on this episode and my guest - there's some great reference information over there. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

123 MIN2 d ago
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Eating for The Menopause with Dr Hannah Short

Fasting and Medicine with Professor Valter Longo

My guest today is a world renowned scientist and researcherProfessorValter Longo. Most well recognised for his work in thelongevity fieldand fasting., Valter has thirty years of experience in the field of longevity and healthy eating. He is theDirector of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California– Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, Los Angeles, and theDirector of the Longevity and Cancer Program at the IFOM Institute of Molecular Oncology in Milan, Italy. He is the author of the best seller “The Longevity Diet” and is also the scientific director of the Create Cures Foundation and the Valter Longo Foundation. On today’s pod we talk about - What fasting means and the different types of fasting - The longevity diet and the fasting mimicking diet (FMD), and what are their aims? - Does the scientific data suggest benefit? - Which are the main features of the longevity diet? - How many meals should be eaten each day? - Why fasting works on longevity? - How does the fasting mimicking diet work? - The utility of FMD in the treatment of cancer, autoimmune conditions and metabolic disorders Do check out Professor Longo's book -The Longevity Diet- it really is a very interesting read and full of such great information. Social Media Links Website Facebook Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

74 MIN1 w ago
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Fasting and Medicine with Professor Valter Longo

Eating for your Eyes with Dr Rudrani Banik

My guest today is Dr Rudrani Banik MD, an award-winning Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine who also serves as principal investigator for 5 multi-centered clinical trials in neuro-ophthalmology. Dr. Banik is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Exam Development Committee and helps to set the standards for board certification in her field. She is sought out as an expert in the media and has been featured in The New York Times, Good Morning America, CBS Evening. She applies principles of complementary and alternative medicine in conjunction with traditional medical approaches to treat chronic diseases affecting the visual system. She offers a unique approach to managing conditions such as dry eye, macular degeneration, blepharitis, migraine, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, thyroid eye disease, uveitis, and other autoimmune conditions. She is also the founder of Envision Health NYC, a private practice based in New York Cit...

61 MIN2 w ago
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Eating for your Eyes with Dr Rudrani Banik

How to Reverse Ageing (Part 4 of 4). The Future of Longevity Research with Professor David Sinclair

My guest on the show today isDavid A. Sinclair, Ph.D, a tenuredProfessor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, he is best known for his work ongenes and small molecules that delay ageing, including the Sirtuins, NAD precursors, Resveratrol and other epigenetic modifiers. He has received many honours including a feature onTIME magazine’s list of the “100 most influential people in the world”and this podcast episode about how to treat and reverse ageing will give you a glimpse into why he is so deserving. On the show we talk about: - The hallmarks of ageing and why to distinguish it as a disease - Instead of trying to tackle each one of the 8 central tenants of ageing, how Prof is looking at the epigenome - Sirtuins and their role in ageing, DNA repair and gene expression - AMPK, MTor, Sirtuins as regulators of lifespan and defence pathways - Methods of fighting ageing and activating the body’s natural defence systems - Energy restriction, aerobic exercise, sauna and cold shock therapy - energy restriction, exercise triggering hypoxia, sauna, cold shock therapy, - NAD and NAD precursors, Metformin, rapamycin and resveratrol as molecules that can improve ageing - Why we need to treat ageing like a disease, which forms the foundation of multiple diseases. If we cure ageing, we cure a lot. - The ethical considerations of increasing lifespan Do check out David’s work and his latest book -Lifespan - Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To. All other social media links are noted here below. YouTube Website Twitter Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN3 w ago
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How to Reverse Ageing (Part 4 of 4). The Future of Longevity Research with Professor David Sinclair

How to Reverse Ageing (Part 3 of 4) The Female Ageing Brain with Dr Lisa Mosconi

Today’s podcast is with the wonderfulDr Lisa Mosconi, PhD, author of the brand new book“The XX Brain”and the director of theWomen's Brain Initiativeand the associate director of theAlzheimer's Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College, where she also serves as associate professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and Radiology. She is aboard-certified integrative nutritionistandholistic healthcare practitionerand somebody who is championing better, more inclusive research that recognises the distinctiveness of the female brain for improved clinical outcomes. I loved her first book “Brain food”, and this new book is an incredible addition to her literary works and a way to empower women across the world to make more evidence based informed choices about their health and wellbeing with respects to brain health. On Today’s podcast we talk about: - The statistics regarding how women are far more likely than men to suffer from anxiety, depression, migraines, poor recovery from ...

81 MINJUL 8
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How to Reverse Ageing (Part 3 of 4) The Female Ageing Brain with Dr Lisa Mosconi

How to Reverse Ageing (Part 2 of 4). Healthy Ageing with Dr Dan Levitin

For the second part of our reversing ageing series, my guest today isDr Daniel J. Levitin. A neuroscientist, cognitive psychologist, and bestselling author. He is Founding Dean of Arts & Humanities at the Minerva Schools at KGI in San Francisco, and Professor Emeritus of psychology and neuroscience at McGill University. He is the bestselling author of This Is Your Brain on Music, The World in Six Songs, The Organized Mind, and A Field Guide to Lies and Statistics. Daniel is a thought leader in the field of ageing and neuroscience, he has read thousands of research papers on the brain through the ages and his new book draws on cutting-edge research from neuroscience and psychology to demonstrate the cognitive benefits of getting older. On the show today we talk about: - The beliefs that surround the ageing process - Our assumptions around memory loss and our focus on lifespan instead of 'healthspan' - How our decision-making skills improve as we age - How happiness improves in age - Practical and cognitive enhancing tricks for everyone to follow during each decade of their life - How to age joyously - We also dive into Dan’s food preferences, flair for music and some incredible stories from his life’s work I would really recommend to check out Dan's book -The Changing Mind- it really is well worth a read And do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and do check out all our other podcast episodes too! Guest Social Media Links Website Twitter Facebook Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

81 MINJUL 1
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How to Reverse Ageing (Part 2 of 4). Healthy Ageing with Dr Dan Levitin

How To Reverse Ageing (Part 1 of 4). The History of Longevity Research with Sue Armstrong

My guest today isSue Armstrong, journalist and author of the fantastic book“Borrowed Time – The Science of How and Why We Age”. We have a conversation about all things related to ageing,why it occurs, why there’s renewed interest in it and what we can do about it. Sue beautifully lays out the history of longevity research in her book, the origins of this fascinating scientific discipline andwhat the latest research means for you. Sue is a writer and broadcaster specialising in science, health and development issues. As a foreign correspondent, she covered EU affairs from Brussels for 3 years. Based subsequently in South Africa for 8 years, she reported for a variety of media - notably New Scientist magazine, BBC World Service radio, and various UN agencies including the World Health Organization, for whom her major focus was the AIDS epidemic then spreading explosively in East, Central and southern Africa. On the show today we discuss: - How Sue's career got started as well as her experience reporting on Nelson Mandelas release from prison - Her time spent researching and reporting on HIV - The origins of ageing research and interrelated tales of mavericks, worms and fruitflies - The different theories of why we age - Cellular senescence - The ageing immune system - Calorie restriction and its pros and cons - Whether the quest for longevity is a narcissistic endeavour - True gerontology vs the “immortalists” And definitelygo and check out Sue's book - 'Borrowed Time -The Science of How and Why We Age'which is a really super interesting read. All other social media links for Sue are noted below here and do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and links to publications and articles that Sue wanted to share with listeners. Guest Social Media Links Twitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

99 MINJUN 24
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How To Reverse Ageing (Part 1 of 4). The History of Longevity Research with Sue Armstrong

Food as Medicine with Dr William Li

My guest today isthe truly inspirationalDr William W. Li, MD. Aninternationally renowned physician, scientist, and author of the New York Times Bestseller 'Eat to Beat Disease-The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself'. His groundbreaking work has led to the development of more than 30 new medical treatments, has impacted more than 50 million people worldwide, and covers more than 70 diseases including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity.His TED Talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has garnered more than 11 million views. Dr. Li has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, CNN, and CNBC and has been featured in USA Today, TIME, The Atlantic, and O Magazine. Dr. Li is President and medical director of the Angiogenesis Foundation. We talkabout a range oftopics from his latest book including the 5 defence systems ofthe body: Your Microbes, stems cells, immune system , angiogenesis, your genes and how nutrition and lifestyle can positively influence them. As a food as m...

68 MINJUN 17
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Food as Medicine with Dr William Li

Being a healthy vegan with BOSH!

Today on the show I'm absolutely delighted to welcome alongHenry Firth and Ian Theasby, the duo that make up BOSH! It's likely that you've already heard ofBOSH, they're theUKs leading Vegan influencers.They launchedBOSHto show peoplehow great plant-based foodcould be and back in 2016 they posted a video that pretty much went viral overnight. Since then, they've had an amazing2 billion views online,with anaverage of 26 million views a month- quite incredible isn't it and just shows what a following they have and how interested we are as a nation in plant based eating.Henry and Ian and are theUK’s bestselling vegan authorswith 4 published books so far.And with their latest book - Healthy Vegan being a Sunday Times Bestseller. And to top everything off, they now host thefirst vegan cookery series on mainstream TV, called Living on The Veg which you can find on ITV.It's a fantastic show and helps to make plant based eating so much more accessible - definitely do go and check it out! On...

80 MINJUN 10
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Being a healthy vegan with BOSH!

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-sellingnovels. He won The Guardian Book Prize for his debut novel, wasincluded in Granta’s “Best of Young American Novelists” issue as well as The New Yorker’s“20under 40” list of the best young writers in the US; and his books are published in over 30languages And I know what you’re thinking. Yes it’s important. Yes I know I should be doing more. Andno 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 impacts - Not to rely on the government for action and how we can act - The simplest most effective solution is diet - How we are all hypocrites and a layer of realism is useful - Why climate change and global warming has a branding pr...

62 MINMAY 27
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How to Save The Planet at Breakfast with Jonathan Safran Foer

Latest Episodes

Eating for The Menopause with Dr Hannah Short

My guest today isDr Hannah Short, aGP and women's health specialistwho has personal experience of surgical POI (primary ovarian insufficiency), having undergone a total hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy (removal of the womb, fallopian tubes and both ovaries) at the age of just 35. She now sees patients from across thePOI spectrum and usesacombination approach ofboth HRT medication and nutritionand lifestyle changes. Anambassador for the Daisy Network, Hannah has bigaspirations toimprove Menopausal awareness andcare across the country. Hannah has a keen interest in the role ofplant-based nutrition in female hormonal health, inparticular the association between the gut microbiome and oestrogen metabolism. In 2018, Hannah completed the eCornell Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition and has undertaken further training in lifestyle medicine with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). On the show today we talk about: - Hannah’s personal story - Endometriosis and surgically induced menopause andPremenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) - Defining the Menopause and Primary Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) - What is normally meant to happen in the menopause - The pathophysiology behind the commonest symptoms - How the menopauseeffects chronic conditions - The gut microbiome and oestrogen metabolism - “Oestrogen dominance” - How a plant based diet can help lessen menopausal and menstrual symptoms - The impact of inflammation on the menopause - HRT and the different types - body vs bio - identical and their uses - Soy and the menopause - Supplements and the menopause Do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for more information on this episode and my guest - there's some great reference information over there. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

123 MIN2 d ago
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Eating for The Menopause with Dr Hannah Short

Fasting and Medicine with Professor Valter Longo

My guest today is a world renowned scientist and researcherProfessorValter Longo. Most well recognised for his work in thelongevity fieldand fasting., Valter has thirty years of experience in the field of longevity and healthy eating. He is theDirector of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California– Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, Los Angeles, and theDirector of the Longevity and Cancer Program at the IFOM Institute of Molecular Oncology in Milan, Italy. He is the author of the best seller “The Longevity Diet” and is also the scientific director of the Create Cures Foundation and the Valter Longo Foundation. On today’s pod we talk about - What fasting means and the different types of fasting - The longevity diet and the fasting mimicking diet (FMD), and what are their aims? - Does the scientific data suggest benefit? - Which are the main features of the longevity diet? - How many meals should be eaten each day? - Why fasting works on longevity? - How does the fasting mimicking diet work? - The utility of FMD in the treatment of cancer, autoimmune conditions and metabolic disorders Do check out Professor Longo's book -The Longevity Diet- it really is a very interesting read and full of such great information. Social Media Links Website Facebook Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

74 MIN1 w ago
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Fasting and Medicine with Professor Valter Longo

Eating for your Eyes with Dr Rudrani Banik

My guest today is Dr Rudrani Banik MD, an award-winning Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine who also serves as principal investigator for 5 multi-centered clinical trials in neuro-ophthalmology. Dr. Banik is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s Exam Development Committee and helps to set the standards for board certification in her field. She is sought out as an expert in the media and has been featured in The New York Times, Good Morning America, CBS Evening. She applies principles of complementary and alternative medicine in conjunction with traditional medical approaches to treat chronic diseases affecting the visual system. She offers a unique approach to managing conditions such as dry eye, macular degeneration, blepharitis, migraine, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, thyroid eye disease, uveitis, and other autoimmune conditions. She is also the founder of Envision Health NYC, a private practice based in New York Cit...

61 MIN2 w ago
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Eating for your Eyes with Dr Rudrani Banik

How to Reverse Ageing (Part 4 of 4). The Future of Longevity Research with Professor David Sinclair

My guest on the show today isDavid A. Sinclair, Ph.D, a tenuredProfessor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, he is best known for his work ongenes and small molecules that delay ageing, including the Sirtuins, NAD precursors, Resveratrol and other epigenetic modifiers. He has received many honours including a feature onTIME magazine’s list of the “100 most influential people in the world”and this podcast episode about how to treat and reverse ageing will give you a glimpse into why he is so deserving. On the show we talk about: - The hallmarks of ageing and why to distinguish it as a disease - Instead of trying to tackle each one of the 8 central tenants of ageing, how Prof is looking at the epigenome - Sirtuins and their role in ageing, DNA repair and gene expression - AMPK, MTor, Sirtuins as regulators of lifespan and defence pathways - Methods of fighting ageing and activating the body’s natural defence systems - Energy restriction, aerobic exercise, sauna and cold shock therapy - energy restriction, exercise triggering hypoxia, sauna, cold shock therapy, - NAD and NAD precursors, Metformin, rapamycin and resveratrol as molecules that can improve ageing - Why we need to treat ageing like a disease, which forms the foundation of multiple diseases. If we cure ageing, we cure a lot. - The ethical considerations of increasing lifespan Do check out David’s work and his latest book -Lifespan - Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To. All other social media links are noted here below. YouTube Website Twitter Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MIN3 w ago
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How to Reverse Ageing (Part 4 of 4). The Future of Longevity Research with Professor David Sinclair

How to Reverse Ageing (Part 3 of 4) The Female Ageing Brain with Dr Lisa Mosconi

Today’s podcast is with the wonderfulDr Lisa Mosconi, PhD, author of the brand new book“The XX Brain”and the director of theWomen's Brain Initiativeand the associate director of theAlzheimer's Prevention Clinic at Weill Cornell Medical College, where she also serves as associate professor of Neuroscience in Neurology and Radiology. She is aboard-certified integrative nutritionistandholistic healthcare practitionerand somebody who is championing better, more inclusive research that recognises the distinctiveness of the female brain for improved clinical outcomes. I loved her first book “Brain food”, and this new book is an incredible addition to her literary works and a way to empower women across the world to make more evidence based informed choices about their health and wellbeing with respects to brain health. On Today’s podcast we talk about: - The statistics regarding how women are far more likely than men to suffer from anxiety, depression, migraines, poor recovery from ...

81 MINJUL 8
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How to Reverse Ageing (Part 3 of 4) The Female Ageing Brain with Dr Lisa Mosconi

How to Reverse Ageing (Part 2 of 4). Healthy Ageing with Dr Dan Levitin

For the second part of our reversing ageing series, my guest today isDr Daniel J. Levitin. A neuroscientist, cognitive psychologist, and bestselling author. He is Founding Dean of Arts & Humanities at the Minerva Schools at KGI in San Francisco, and Professor Emeritus of psychology and neuroscience at McGill University. He is the bestselling author of This Is Your Brain on Music, The World in Six Songs, The Organized Mind, and A Field Guide to Lies and Statistics. Daniel is a thought leader in the field of ageing and neuroscience, he has read thousands of research papers on the brain through the ages and his new book draws on cutting-edge research from neuroscience and psychology to demonstrate the cognitive benefits of getting older. On the show today we talk about: - The beliefs that surround the ageing process - Our assumptions around memory loss and our focus on lifespan instead of 'healthspan' - How our decision-making skills improve as we age - How happiness improves in age - Practical and cognitive enhancing tricks for everyone to follow during each decade of their life - How to age joyously - We also dive into Dan’s food preferences, flair for music and some incredible stories from his life’s work I would really recommend to check out Dan's book -The Changing Mind- it really is well worth a read And do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and do check out all our other podcast episodes too! Guest Social Media Links Website Twitter Facebook Instagram See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

81 MINJUL 1
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How to Reverse Ageing (Part 2 of 4). Healthy Ageing with Dr Dan Levitin

How To Reverse Ageing (Part 1 of 4). The History of Longevity Research with Sue Armstrong

My guest today isSue Armstrong, journalist and author of the fantastic book“Borrowed Time – The Science of How and Why We Age”. We have a conversation about all things related to ageing,why it occurs, why there’s renewed interest in it and what we can do about it. Sue beautifully lays out the history of longevity research in her book, the origins of this fascinating scientific discipline andwhat the latest research means for you. Sue is a writer and broadcaster specialising in science, health and development issues. As a foreign correspondent, she covered EU affairs from Brussels for 3 years. Based subsequently in South Africa for 8 years, she reported for a variety of media - notably New Scientist magazine, BBC World Service radio, and various UN agencies including the World Health Organization, for whom her major focus was the AIDS epidemic then spreading explosively in East, Central and southern Africa. On the show today we discuss: - How Sue's career got started as well as her experience reporting on Nelson Mandelas release from prison - Her time spent researching and reporting on HIV - The origins of ageing research and interrelated tales of mavericks, worms and fruitflies - The different theories of why we age - Cellular senescence - The ageing immune system - Calorie restriction and its pros and cons - Whether the quest for longevity is a narcissistic endeavour - True gerontology vs the “immortalists” And definitelygo and check out Sue's book - 'Borrowed Time -The Science of How and Why We Age'which is a really super interesting read. All other social media links for Sue are noted below here and do check out The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and links to publications and articles that Sue wanted to share with listeners. Guest Social Media Links Twitter See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

99 MINJUN 24
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How To Reverse Ageing (Part 1 of 4). The History of Longevity Research with Sue Armstrong

Food as Medicine with Dr William Li

My guest today isthe truly inspirationalDr William W. Li, MD. Aninternationally renowned physician, scientist, and author of the New York Times Bestseller 'Eat to Beat Disease-The New Science of How Your Body Can Heal Itself'. His groundbreaking work has led to the development of more than 30 new medical treatments, has impacted more than 50 million people worldwide, and covers more than 70 diseases including cancer, diabetes, blindness, heart disease, and obesity.His TED Talk, “Can We Eat to Starve Cancer?” has garnered more than 11 million views. Dr. Li has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, CNN, and CNBC and has been featured in USA Today, TIME, The Atlantic, and O Magazine. Dr. Li is President and medical director of the Angiogenesis Foundation. We talkabout a range oftopics from his latest book including the 5 defence systems ofthe body: Your Microbes, stems cells, immune system , angiogenesis, your genes and how nutrition and lifestyle can positively influence them. As a food as m...

68 MINJUN 17
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Food as Medicine with Dr William Li

Being a healthy vegan with BOSH!

Today on the show I'm absolutely delighted to welcome alongHenry Firth and Ian Theasby, the duo that make up BOSH! It's likely that you've already heard ofBOSH, they're theUKs leading Vegan influencers.They launchedBOSHto show peoplehow great plant-based foodcould be and back in 2016 they posted a video that pretty much went viral overnight. Since then, they've had an amazing2 billion views online,with anaverage of 26 million views a month- quite incredible isn't it and just shows what a following they have and how interested we are as a nation in plant based eating.Henry and Ian and are theUK’s bestselling vegan authorswith 4 published books so far.And with their latest book - Healthy Vegan being a Sunday Times Bestseller. And to top everything off, they now host thefirst vegan cookery series on mainstream TV, called Living on The Veg which you can find on ITV.It's a fantastic show and helps to make plant based eating so much more accessible - definitely do go and check it out! On...

80 MINJUN 10
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Being a healthy vegan with BOSH!

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-sellingnovels. He won The Guardian Book Prize for his debut novel, wasincluded in Granta’s “Best of Young American Novelists” issue as well as The New Yorker’s“20under 40” list of the best young writers in the US; and his books are published in over 30languages And I know what you’re thinking. Yes it’s important. Yes I know I should be doing more. Andno 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 impacts - Not to rely on the government for action and how we can act - The simplest most effective solution is diet - How we are all hypocrites and a layer of realism is useful - Why climate change and global warming has a branding pr...

62 MINMAY 27
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How to Save The Planet at Breakfast with Jonathan Safran Foer

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