The Doctor’s Kitchen Podcast: Eating for Public Health

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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…

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The Doctor’s Kitchen Podcast: Eat for Your Teeth

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In this podcast I have a great discussion with a good friend of mine from Sydney  – Dr Steven Lin – discussing nutrition and dental health. We talk about the structure of our jaws, dentition and how nutrition affects the development of airway structure in growing children. We also discuss the need for more collaboration between dentists, doctors…

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The Doctor’s Kitchen Podcast: Exercise & Activity

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Today we’re going to talk about something a little different with a good friend of mine,  Dr John Sykes aka “health and fitness doctor”. Director of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine,  Dr John is a qualified GP with a strong interest in Sports Medicine. He regularly lectures at Bristol medical school and he’s the…

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Takeaways from the Institute for Functional Medicine’s Annual conference

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Takeaways from the Institute for Functional Medicine’s Annual conference The 2017 Annual IFM Conference was probably one of the most inspiring events I have ever had the pleasure of attending. It was like the Woodstock of medical pioneers, any one of the speakers from the first day could have been the keynote. In the face…

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Biohacker Summit Stockholm 2017

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Biohacker summit Stockholm 2017 Wheeling a B vitamin drip on stage, the tone was set right from the start! Our host was an enthusiastic character and fellow ‘biohacker’ alongside Teemu, one of the 3 masterminds behind the event. I quickly learnt that this community has the common goal of striving to become real life ‘Jedis’….

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The future of Medicine is Functional

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The future of Medicine is Functional Day one, I was sat next to an Internal Medicine attending. Frustrated with day-to-day clinic and constantly worsening patient outcomes, he gave up his practice and started a clinic focused on diabetes. By engaging with patients about food choice, enquiring about their ‘non-clinical’ history and daily life stressors, his…

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Tips for Night Shift Workers

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Tips for night shift workers Before and after shifts, people often complain of abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, low mood and increased susceptibility to common viruses. Studies looking at brain waves show that sleep rhythms are incredibly important to health. Proper alignment influences metabolism, inflammation pathways and stress hormones. So it’s no wonder us night shift…

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Food. The Forgotten Medicine

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I was so lucky to squeeze a ticket at the sold out ‘Food. The Forgotten Medicine’ conference held by The College of Medicine. It was the first of its kind to be held by the college and judging by the full 300 capacity seminar room with people sitting in the stairwells, there was huge interest….

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IFM 2016 Top 5 Lifestyle Tips

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IFM 2016 Top 5 Lifestyle Tips This year I was fortunate enough to attend the Institute for Functional Medicine’s annual conference in San Diego. It was fantastic to be amongst like minded scientists and clinicians with the collective goal of researching and practicing lifestyle medicine. Here are my top 5 takeaways from this years event….

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