This is the Blinkist Shortcast of the The Doctor’s Kitchen podcast. Join Dr. Rupy Aujla for quick insight and top tips from experts, and updates on the latest research, so you can supercharge your health. You’ll learn more about eating well and exercise, to preventing and treating illness through your lifestyle.
Hosted by: Dr. Rupy Aujla
Produced by: Blinkist & Doctor’s Kitchen
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The Ketogenic Diet
You may have heard of the popular keto diet, but do you know how it works? In this episode, ketogenic diet expert Sue Wood explains the biochemical processes involved when choosing a diet high in fat and very low in carbohydrate—and outlines some of the potential results.
Exercise and Activity
Instinctively, we know that exercise is good for us—but what’s actually happening inside our bodies when we workout? In this episode, Dr. John Sykes takes Rupy through the science of how exercise and activity affect us, its relationship with inflammation, and shares some striking statistics around exercise and our health.
Cannabis as Medicine
You might be hearing a lot about cannabis and its medical applications—especially when it comes to its commercially available compound cannabidiol, also known as CBD. Dr. Dani Gordon, a world leading expert in the medical use of cannabis, joins Rupy to shed some light on its many potential health benefits, as well as unpacking the science behind how it affects us.
Eat For Endometriosis
One in ten women suffer from the painful condition endometriosis. While it can be difficult to treat, there are some lifestyle changes that you might find can help manage symptoms. In this episode, gynaecologist Dr. Anita Mitra joins Rupy to explain the causes, and suggest ways to improve endometriosis symptoms through diet and nutrition.
Eat For Your Hair
Can what we eat help to prevent hair loss? Dr. Ingrid Wilson joins Rupy to explain the key types of hair loss and reveals some of the supplement and nutritional choices which she recommends.
Eat With Your Genes
You might never have stopped to think about it, but genetic variance can alter the way our bodies respond to what we eat. Nutrigenomic dietitian Rachel Clarkson tells Rupy how genetic insights can be used to improve health and wellbeing.