26 Aug 2019
Today on the Podcast I’m speaking to Dr Rabia Lalani, a Gastroenterologist and clinical research fellow at the Wingate Institute of Neurogastroenterology from Queen Mary University.
Dr Rabia is in the process of creating a guide using slow deep breathing techniques with audio-visual biofeedback for relief of anxiety & digestive discomfort.
On this pod we’ll be focusing on:
You’ll find the recipe video that I cooked for Dr Rabia - Tarragon and Sun-dried Tomato Savoury Oats - on the show on my youtube channel so you can see how delicious and easy it was to make .. even whilst recording a podcast!
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You can go down the investigative route, and it will lead you down a certain path - but what for me, I think the conclusion that I have come to in the last 8 months; breathing in the lab is very interesting but actually in real life, there is no doubt that it has positive effects
Dr Rabia LalaniI really hope you enjoyed that episode with Dr Rabia as much as I did, I love her research and ethos and with the yoga background too - combining lifestyle medicine too is a breath of fresh air.