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    The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

    The Doctor's Kitchen is the show about food, medicine, lifestyle and how to improve your health today.


    Join Dr Rupy and his expert guests as they explore the multiple ways in which diet and lifestyle can help you achieve your healthiest and most fulfilling life.


    Covering a broad range of subjects such as Nutritional medicine, Mental wellbeing and Mindset, you are sure to learn actionable tips and principles to lead your best life.


    Join the online community at www.thedoctorskitchen.com to learn more



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    #255 The benefits of Fermenting Vegetables with Kirsten Shockey

    #255 The benefits of Fermenting Vegetables with Kirsten Shockey

    We have the pleasure of hosting Kirsten Shockey in the kitchen studio and on the podcast today, author of the best-selling Fermented Vegetables that was re-released for it’s 10 year anniversary in April 2024 


    Kirsten and her partner got into fermenting foods over twenty-four years ago on 40 acres of wooded hillside which grew into their organic food company. Kirsten realised that her passion lay in the desire to both teach people how to ferment and push this culinary art to new flavours. 


    She now leads experiential workshops worldwide and online helping people to make, enjoy and connect with their food through fermentation at The Fermentation School a women-owned and women-led benefits corporation supporting the voices of independent educators to empower learning and build culture. She can also be found musing at fermentingchange.substack.com.


    We talk about the simplest way to ferment foods, the benefits to our health, how it saves food waste as well as how easy it is. I’ve never been a confident fermenter by Kirsten really did make it easy for the team and I.


    We also talk about some unusual fermented foods like natto and tempeh and why those have incredible benefits.



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    Is Keto for everyone?

    Is Keto for everyone?

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about whether keto diets are appropriate for everyone, how fasting can allow you to dip into the benefits of different diets and stress your body in slightly different ways.


    Dr Mindy Pelz is an educator who has helped 10000s of women across the world become more attuned to their cycles, their menopause and has advocated for personalised approaches to healthcare for women and their unique biological needs. 


    On episode #216 Fasting for Women we also talk about some caveats of fasting and who fasting is NOT for in this episode.


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    #254 Taste Testing Green Powder Supplements with Dr Rupy Aujla

    #254 Taste Testing Green Powder Supplements with Dr Rupy Aujla

    Green powders are everywhere and I’m often asked whether people should invest in getting a green powder to consume every day. And as somebody who drinks a green powder in the mornings, this was a great opportunity for me to do a dive into whether my habit is evidence based!


    This is a special episode that you can also find on YouTube here, where I’m not only reviewing the evidence behind specific brands of green powders, but also taste testing them as well!


    I give my honest opinion on AG, Huel, Thorne, Axe, Hux and more.


    If you want to watch my reactions, you can head over to YouTube. It's worth a watch!

     

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    BONUS: Habits to Relieve Hayfever, Seasonal Allergies and why we need to avoid taking antihistamines regularly with Dr Rupy Aujla

    BONUS: Habits to Relieve Hayfever, Seasonal Allergies and why we need to avoid taking antihistamines regularly with Dr Rupy Aujla

    With more of us suffering with seasonal allergies, myself included, we need better strategies to prevent the symptoms without relying on medications. The reason why is because there may be potential side effects with antihistamines that people pop every single day for months on end.


    On today's episode I dive into preventive measures to mitigate our use of these products & keep them for when we really need them. I also touch on the potential harms of commonly used, over the counter medications to make you more aware of the issues and how to avoid potential side effects and longer term impacts on your health.


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    Snacksize 25: PCOS and Anti-inflammatory diets

    Snacksize 25: PCOS and Anti-inflammatory diets

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about an anti-inflammatory diet  for PCOS with Dr Nitu Bajekal who is a Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Author and Board-Certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician in the UK with over 35 years of clinical experience in women’s health. 


    Nitu describes the epidemic of PCOS and how more women need to be aware of the symptoms and to be proactive about diagnosis as well as the lifestyle practices that can help symptoms and better manage the condition. Find the full episode on episode #195 Fix your PCOS with Dr Nitu Bajekal. 


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    #253 Sensational Spices and Healing Herbs and with Simon Mills

    #253 Sensational Spices and Healing Herbs and with Simon Mills

    I love chatting with Simon Mills, he has a wonderful breadth of knowledge across the huge spectrum of different herbs and spices. And he can talk eloquently and sensitively about them, in a manner respectful of both the traditional beliefs and uses of them, as well as the science that may or may not support their claims.


    Today we talk about the use of spices and what extra benefits they may be adding to our diets beyond simply “antioxidants”.

    We talk about bitters and tonics and why they may work.

    We explore how spices may impact our gut microbiota and potentially influence their health benefits.

    Rosemary and sage on the brain, ginger for colds and how traditional antiseptics worked.


    Simon Mills is a University of Cambridge graduate in medical sciences who has been a herbal practitioner in Exeter UK since 1977. He has been a complementary health pioneer from the inception of the term in 1979, and later in the fields of integrated health, selfcare and social prescription. He is now focusing on education through the public websites herbalreality.com and for professionals working with co-author Prof Kerry Bone at millsandboneacademy.com


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    Snacksize 24: South Asian Menopause Experiences

    Snacksize 24: South Asian Menopause Experiences

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about how a woman of south asian origin bravely dealt and shared her experiences of menopause.


    Chef Romy Gill MBE, is a dear friend, and not only shares her culinary wisdom,  her energy and passion for food on episode #220, but also her voice for women of colour and the stigma that still surrounds the menopause.


    We talk about her lived experience of the menopause, how changing her training from mostly running based to include strength training completely shifted her weight.


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    #252 Why you need to eat these 4 foods every day

    #252 Why you need to eat these 4 foods every day

    If I had to name 4 foods to get in your meals most days to support your gut, heart, brain and reduce your risk of disease…what would they be?


    To me, they are my daily BBGS - Beans, berries, greens and seeds.


    Todays podcast is a deep dive into the observational and interventional studies looking at these powerful additions to our diet. 


    You’ll get to know the doses, and how to consume them everyday and hopefully this is a nudge in the right direction for you and your family members to look after your health.


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    Snacksize 23: Dealing with ADHD

    Snacksize 23: Dealing with ADHD

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about how neurodiversity can affect people in different ways.


    Dr Miguel Toribio-Mateas is the Neurodiversity Lead of the Primary Care & Community Neurology Society and he supports youth mental health programmes at the London-based Body & Soul charity.


    In the full episode, we do a deep dive into the science of food and neurodiversity (spanning a spectrum of disorders), the interaction with drugs and we also talk about Miguel’s personal experience in more depth.


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    #251 Problem Periods with Dr Anita Mitra

    #251 Problem Periods with Dr Anita Mitra

    Dr Anita Mitra is back on the podcast today. She’s an NHS doctor working in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, with experience in both clinical medicine and research. She completed her PhD on the vaginal microbiome in cervical precancer and the reproductive complications of treatment for cervical precancer.


    She’s author of the fantastic book, “Gynae Geek”, and her new book “Dealing with Problem Periods” in which she details what normal and abnormal looks like and the various conditions that cause problems.


    On todays discussion we talk about what exactly normal means for periods and how to personalise this to your own cycle. What her current day job entails in her gynaecology cancer speciality, as well as the reason why problem periods can arise and the investigations she recommends. We also have a frank discussion about why it’s important to monitor periods and how to track them.



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    Snacksize 22: A day in the life of a Brain Surgeon

    Snacksize 22: A day in the life of a Brain Surgeon

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about the day to day life of a neurosurgeon. I think it’s quite easy to forget about just how traumatic it can be for frontline doctors to deal with the daily reality of death and how to maintain a sane, let alone positive, outlook.


    I sat down with medical Dr Sheri Dewan on episode #204 to talk about her strategies for coping and I wonder if this inspires you to think about how you might take onboard some of these ideas in your week?


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    #250 Health Statistics Everyone Should Know

    #250 Health Statistics Everyone Should Know

    Today I’m talking about statistics to do with food and health that everyone should know.


    How much it costs us every year, where it sits on the list of the biggest contributors to ill health and death globally, what the impact of good food actually is and how bad people are currently eating according to current guidelines.


    I don’t think many people appreciate these numbers. I get a lot of glossed looks whenever I talk about the impact of poor food on health outcomes, particularly with certain medical professionals. It’s often seen as an inevitability and the nonchalant nature in which we address the foundations of ill health is seen within these statistics. We all need to do better.


    There is huge potential for improved health if we simply encourage and empower people to eat well everyday and that will have a knock on effect on productivity, wealth, happiness, relationships and so on. I don’t present this idea as a panacea, but just a huge tool in our aspiration for improving wellbeing.


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    Snacksize 21: The “Mediterr-Asian” diet

    Snacksize 21: The “Mediterr-Asian” diet


    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about the beauty of Brassica vegetables and the MediterrAsian diet. I sat down with medical Dr William Li on episode #235 to talk about food as medicine from coffee, to alcohol to herbs and spices. In this segment we talk about the MediterrAsian diet and what that means to William Li.


    Can simply changing your diet affect your metabolism to prevent weight gain and prevent type 2 diabetes? We talk about this and more on the full episode that you can listen to or watch on YouTube.


    Can we add these to each pod caption with the links as we've done previously?



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    #249 Therapeutic Diets for Gut Health and Food Intolerances with Ben Brown

    #249 Therapeutic Diets for Gut Health and Food Intolerances with Ben Brown

    Therapeutic diets are promoted everywhere and for a multitude of symptoms. Whether it’s low fodmap, sibo diet, low carb, low histamine and of course elimination diets.


    But what is the actual evidence for these? And how do we personalise them to us?


    On the podcast with me today is Ben Brown, my go to expert when it comes to anything nutrition and supplement related. Ben is founder and director of the Nutritional Medicine Institute, an educational, advocacy and research group committed to advancing the science and practice of nutritional medicine.


    Ben is on the academic advisory board and a guest lecturer at BCNH College of Nutrition and Health and guest lectures at the Institute of Optimum Nutrition and the Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management. 


    On this episode we dive into the evidence base for a ton of diets, how one would test for a gluten intolerance, we also talk about home test kits for things like allergies and intolerances and whether they’re at all worth it.


    If you want to hear more from Ben and you’re interested in these topics I highly recommend you check out the NMI conference that will be on later this year in October 2024. I attended last year and I was blown away by the quality of lectures from medical doctors, researchers and nutrition professionals. This years theme is “Mitochondrial Nutrition for Fatigue, the Brain, and Healthy Ageing”: https://www.nmi.health/nmi-summit-2024/




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    Snacksize 20: Carbs & Fertility

    Snacksize 20: Carbs & Fertility

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is about the rates of infertility and what diet could have to do with fertility with specific reference to carbohydrates.


    Can simply changing the quality of carbohydrates in your diet affect fertility positively? Dr Harriet and I have a full discussion of the impact on diet on episode #102 Eating for Fertility where we talk about processed food, healthy sperm and egg production and more if you wanted to dive into this topic further.


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    #248 How to Lower Cholesterol with Food

    #248 How to Lower Cholesterol with Food

    These are my evidence based recommendations for specific foods you should be eating everyday to lower cholesterol.


    We’ve done a full dive into what cholesterol is, why we need it, how we measure it and why it’s important to get certain measures of cholesterol in our blood down to as low levels as possible, on episode #202 of the podcast.


    Todays episode is specifically tackling the foods and doses of foods I personally consume daily to keep cholesterol levels in check. As part of a heart healthy protocol, I feel that these additional ingredients can be safely added to most peoples diets with positive results.



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    Snacksize 19: Train your inner child

    Snacksize 19: Train your inner child

    Questioning my habits and traits as an adult and leaning into the lens of childhood experiences has been pretty game changing for helping me understand the ‘why’ in my behaviours. And it’s only after understanding the ‘why’, that we can attempt to reconcile and revamp any mindsets that may not be serving us.


    Todays snacksize is taken from episode #105 with Katie Warriner and Emma Guns where we talk about negativity bias and the brain.


    Katie describes in very simple and relatable terms how even the stories we tell ourselves as children, can impact overarching beliefs in adulthood that translate into patterns of behaviour.



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    #247 Chocolate’s Health Benefits with Dr Rupy Aujla

    #247 Chocolate’s Health Benefits with Dr Rupy Aujla

    I love chocolate. I eat it most days as a snack or as a dessert with some fresh berries, apples or simply on its own. It’s phenomenal and I’ve always loved it. But what about its health benefits?


    Today we are diving deep into the science behind why chocolate could improve your brain, your heart, your gut health and even help you live longer? And yes, it does need to be dark chocolate, but you’ll find out how dark you need to go for the benefits on todays podcast.


    The luxurious treat is pretty amazing, and we’ve already decided as a team that we’re going to do another episode where we talking about processing methods, sourcing, how to tell what is good vs bad quality chocolate and even do a live taste test on YouTube, where you can also watch this episode!


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    Snacksize 18: How to resolve conflicts

    Snacksize 18: How to resolve conflicts

    Today’s snacksize Doctor’s Kitchen podcast is all about conflict aversion and how that permeates into our behaviours in adulthood. If you’re anything like me, I hate conflict and actively avoid it. 


    But leaning into the uncomfortableness of what is a normal product of problem solving, is an important skill that we should all practice. Whether it’s at work, in friendships or in romantic relationships, resolving conflicts is a necessary exercise.


    This clip is taken from the full episode #107 about building exceptional relationships with David Bradford and Carole Robin, authors of the brilliant book ‘Connect’.


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    #246 How to choose the best Spices with Ren Patel

    #246 How to choose the best Spices with Ren Patel

    I have the Queen of Spice from Ren’s Kitchen on the show today talking about everything to do with sourcing and investing in the best spices for your food, not just from a nutritional standpoint, but a flavour perspective too. 


    I’ve always been a fan of spices for their medicinal properties, but today I was blown away by how much Ren taught me about spices and I was shocked at how different spices can taste in their raw whole form.


    Ren has been in the spice business for years and has some of the best chefs and restaurants use her spices. Tom Kerridge, Bubala, Palomar, Raffles hotel, Ottolenghi to name a few.


    Remember, spices add diversity to your plate – they count as 1/4 point each and we’re aiming for 30 different plant points a week! Even used in small amounts, the addition of spices is suggested to improve gut microbiome composition and reduce markers of inflammation. Plus they have been part of the diet of human populations for thousands of years and add a ton of flavour.


    Today we talk what we’re doing WRONG when using spices, what Ren has taught people in her cooking classes and how to source correctly and how to spot the best spices in the market.


    You can find out more about Ren and Rens Pantry on her website renspantry.com. 


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