Come and enjoy Zoë Harcombe and guests chat about what’s important to you in the world of Diet & health today. This show has something for everyone who’s concerned about their own health and the health of their family and friends, with up-to-date science, advice and tips from leading diet, health and exercise professionals.
Ian Lake chats with Zoë about living with Type 1 Diabetes
Dr Ian Lake is a UK General Practitioner and a person with Type 1 Diabetes, T1D. He was diagnosed with LADA (Late Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults) Type 1 Diabetes, at age 36 and managed it with a DAFNE (Dose Adjustment For Normal Eating) style approach for the first 20 years. He changed his approach to a very low carb diet approximately 9 years ago and he shares his learnings and experiments in this podcast.
For show notes and full video of our chat, visit https://zoeharcombe.com
Jason Fung chats with Zoë about Type 2 Diabetes
In this episode, Jason Fung and Zoë discuss low carb, low calorie and fasting as tools for putting T2D into remission. The discussion included the metabolic challenge with low calorie diets and why fasting avoids this. Jason sorts out thermodynamics along the way!
Full show notes, video and transcript over at https://www.zoeharcombe.com/
Zoë chats with Ben Rubin about the UK NHS health system
A fascinating two part chat with Ben Rubin in which we explored the NHS, Ben’s personal connections with the NHS, why it’s so complex, the costs, how the NHS should be designed (human centred) and how it is designed (layer upon layer of tech projects and upgrades). Part 2 is available at zoeharcombe.com and dietandhealthtoday.com
Zoë chats with Prof. Marcantonio Spada about substance and behavioural addiction
Professor Marcantonio Spada is Professor of Addictive Behaviours and Mental Health in the School of Applied Sciences at London South Bank University where he is Deputy Lead of the Centre for Addictive Behaviours Research and Course Director of the MSc Addiction Psychology and Counselling. Professor Spada also serves as both Editor-in-Chief of Addictive Behaviours and Addictive Behaviours Reports, and as Associate Editor of Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. He has significant expertise in psychological therapies and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
Liz Earle chats with Zoë about the importance of maintaining great mid-life health
Liz Earle MBE has been a trusted authority in the world of wellbeing for over 30 years. She has written more than 35 books on many aspects of nutritional, hormonal and gut health, as well as being a regular wellness TV presenter and host of the popular Liz Earle Wellbeing Show podcast. She is passionate about improving the health of mid-life women and beyond, especially helping women from all backgrounds achieve a better ‘second half’. Full shownotes over at https://www.dietandhealthtoday.com/
Zoë chats with Dr Malcolm Kendrick about his new book... The Clot Thickens
Dr Kendrick is a GP living in Macclesfield, England. He has spent over 30 years researching the reasons for heart disease, which you can now read about in his new book "The enduring mystery of heart disease... The Clot Thickens"
Sound quality needs to be better
Good content though, as always. Love Zoe putting her approach out there.More people should take heed!
Used to be good but increasingly just full of conspiracy theories
Zoe appears to have lost her mind over the course of the pandemic. A great pity that somebody I used to respect appears to just be pushing dangerous nonsense.
What everyone needs to know . . .
If you want to live not only long but healthy you need to know all about eating the right foods and avoiding the wrong medications.
Listen to Zoe Harcombe, because she has a tenacious and fearsome intellect which does not let the purveyors of products which rely on bad science get away with things. She is a beacon on the horizon, showing us all the way. Follow her today.