19 Aug 2019
Today I’m speaking 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.
He’s well known for his cutting-edge approach to brain surgery and neuroscience and has transformed the lives of his neurosurgical patients by putting them through his specially developed boot camp for restoring brain function. He’s written an eye-opening, informative and accessible guide “Life lessons from a Brain Surgeon” where he uses his years of expertise to show how healthy people can rewire their brains to work in a higher gear, and this is what we’ll be chatting about on todays show.
Mixing smart brain hacks with case studies and storytelling from his own experiences on the operating table, his book is a powerful and trustworthy insight into the brain.
If I could give you three challenges on the back of this podcast they would be:
You’ll find the recipe video that I made with Dr Rahul, and our super interesting conversation - on my youtube channel go check it out online and there’s a link below too!
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There is A LOT of evidence based, safe dietary and lifestyle change that we as practitioners can be confidently discussing with our patients and that’s what we hope to chat about today. You can find all of this information and more at www.thedoctorskitchen.com. Subscribe to the newsletter for weekly science based recipes and listen to the end of the pod for a summary of our discussion and how to improve your overall wellbeing,
in some ways weve become adversarial - Im proud that there are pills that can help, but if they become the drivers, theyll (people will) see that pills are this option for them - pills are their partner. If their own changes and their own modifications to their diet, their wellbeing, their thought, their lifestyle. If thats not enough, we can supplement a little bit. If you change your diet and your cholesterol doesnt go down as much as we need it to, then well bring in a pill at a lower dose. That way, people respect what doctors and medics do and medics respect that people need to be treated as individuals and drive their own care.
Dr Rahul Jandial