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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

The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast Dr Rupy Aujla

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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

    #111 Eating for Arthritis with Emily Johnson from Arthritis Foodie

    #111 Eating for Arthritis with Emily Johnson from Arthritis Foodie

    Today I speak with the wonderful Emily Johnson, a patient expert living with seronegative arthritis for 7 years who has been documenting her journey through food, lifestyle, stress and its impact on her chronic condition on the “Arthritis Foodie” on social media.


    Through starting an online community, Emily discovered all kinds of natural remedies, lots of conflicting advice as well as healthy ways to live with arthritis. She’s since written an amazon number 1 best selling book with contributions from a number of experts including rheumatologists, immunologists and more.


    Today we talk about :
    - Emily Diagnosis story
    - Owning your arthritis and long term conditions in general
    - Her process of discovering triggers
    - Inflammation fighting foods
    - Why a mediterranean diet is a good starting point 
    - Strategies for Pain management
    - CBD, Exercise and Supplements
    - Why stress has a significant impact
     
    Check out her book “Beat Arthritis Naturally” and episodes on inflammation with Dr Jenna on previous episodes of the Doctor’s Kitchen podcast.


    Full show notes on this and all other episodes are available on The Doctor's Kitchen website.
     
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    • 1 時間16分
    BONUS Episode: Building Communities for Better Brain Health with Dan Murray-Serter

    BONUS Episode: Building Communities for Better Brain Health with Dan Murray-Serter

    Dan Murray-Serter is my guest on the pod today, he is a multi-award winning serial entrepreneur, who talks openly about failure, mental health, mental performance, and 'braincare'.


    We have a very honest conversation about his startup successes and failures, what led him to create his latest company “Heights", imposter syndrome and a lot more.


    I think if you enjoy stories about entrepreneurship, how people started in the wellness industry and where it’s heading, you will love this episode. 


    Links to the lecture we discussed by Professor David Smith of Oxford university on the potential use for B vitamins and Omega 3 in dementia can be found in the show notes on thedoctorskitchen.com
     
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    • 1 時間21分
    #110 Beating Brain Fog with Dr Sabina Brennan PhD

    #110 Beating Brain Fog with Dr Sabina Brennan PhD

    Brain fog is one of the commonest symptoms I come across as a doctor in primary care, yet the least understood. 


    On today’s podcast I speak with Dr Sabina Brennan PhD about her incredible career from Soaps to Science and everything to do with brain fog.


    Dr Sabina is a chartered health psychologist (C.Psychol.,PsSI.), neuroscientist (PhD), host of the Super Brain podcast and best-selling author. Her new book Beating Brain Fog (Orion Spring) takes your symptoms seriously and shows that you don't have to live with them.


    On today’s Pod you will learn:
    - Why teenage brains explain their lack of inhibition
    - Loneliness and its relationship with poor cognition
    - What Brain Fog is
    - How it can occur as a result of Hormone fluctuations, Oestrogen, pregnancy
    - The relationship with Inflammation and viral infections
    - The concept of neuroplasticity and the difference between Brain vs cognitive reserve 
    - Pain its association with BDNF and fog
    - Why Dr Brennan prescribes smiling 5x a day


    I loved this episode and Sabina is such a fantastic communicator and her mission to get everyone looking after their brain health as routinely as they brush their teeth. 
    Links all on thedoctorskitchen.com
     
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    • 1 時間37分
    #109 Making Illness Optional with Naveen Jain and Momo Vuyisich

    #109 Making Illness Optional with Naveen Jain and Momo Vuyisich

    “Making Illness optional?” I want to address the provocative title of today’s podcast head on because it’s not just clickbait. It is the genuine ambition of my next 2 guests on the show.


    Momo Vuyisich is co-founder and Chief Science Officer at Viome who provides scientific leadership and his vision is to revolutionize healthcare from "symptoms management" to true preventative medicine. He leads product development, clinical test implementation, and their comprehensive clinical research portfolio. Momo is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Mexico and New Mexico Tech. Before co-founding Viome in 2016, Momo spent 12 years at Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he led the Applied Genomics team, which developed the core technology used by Viome today.


    Naveen is quite frankly one of the most energising and inspiring billionaire entrepreneurs of our time. An intensely curious personality who believes that the energy of an obsessed entrepreneur infused with innovative technologies can create crazy ideas that push humanity forward. He is the author of the award-winning book ‘Moonshots - Creating a World of Abundance.’ And his current moonshot adventures are Moon Express and Viome.


    Moon Express is the only company globally with permission to harvest resources from the moon—developing the infrastructure needed to push humanity forward towards a true multi-planetary society.


    He is vice-chairman of the board at Singularity University, and Naveen focuses on educating and inspiring leaders to address humanity’s greatest challenges by using and developing innovative technologies. He has many accolades including the “Humanitarian Innovation Award” from the United Nations.


    Viome has a mission is to “make illness optional.” By building an AI-driven platform that analyses the interaction between food, our microbiome, and our human cells, Viome is able to develop precision nutrition to prevent and reverse chronic diseases. Rather than another gut health or nutrigenomics testing product, Viome is a data-driven precision nutrition company. 
     
    Today we chat about:
    - Momo’s personal health journey with idiopathic arthritis
    - Naveen’s moonshots
    - The limitations of DNA reviews
    - Viome Research Institute making the tech available for more people
    - Different types of omics
    - The gut as a series of chemical reactions and food as an addition to these reactions
    - Predictive as well as preventative medicine
     
    This episode is not branded or sponsored in any way by Viome or today’s guests.


    Please visit The Doctor's Kitchen website for full show notes and social media links for this and all other episodes
     
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    • 1 時間15分
    #108 How to Worry Less and be Ten Times Happier with Owen O’Kane

    #108 How to Worry Less and be Ten Times Happier with Owen O’Kane

    Have you ever sat down to a meditation or tried it for a period of time and just felt absolutely distracted, like the meditation was perhaps even making things worse? 


    Or perhaps you’ve dealt with ruminations, recurring thoughts, worry, stress, sleeplessness, all whilst the world and social media are telling you to “Be present”, further deepening your anxiety and feelings of failure? You’re not alone. I can certainly identify with some of those thought patterns and Owen O'Kane, former NHS Clinical Lead for mental health in London is on the podcast today chatting to me about how we can achieve happier calmer lives.


    He is the Sunday Times best-selling author of 'Ten To Zen', which is a quick and simple mental workout that allows us to focus on what's important - our mental wellbeing. And on today’s podcast you will learn about:


    - Owen’s past, growing up during the ‘troubles’ in Northern Ireland and being bullied because of his sexuality
    - What his experience with terminally ill patients taught him about life
    - What different types of therapy exist and what they may be appropriate for
    - Why meditation and mental health is not the pristine Social Media experience we’ve become accustomed to
    - How to tackle imposter syndrome as well as trolling online from other professionals
    - Why worry is addictive
    - How to manage the thoughts in your head that are primed to be negative
    - How Comparison is the thief of joy


    Full show notes for this and all other episodes are on The Doctor's Kitchen website.
     
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    • 1 時間28分
    BONUS Episode: The Long COVID Programme with Dr Ben Kelly and Paula Moore from Nuffield Health

    BONUS Episode: The Long COVID Programme with Dr Ben Kelly and Paula Moore from Nuffield Health

    Long Covid will be the hallmark of the pandemic and is likely to affect hundreds of thousands of patients for years to come. But because the disease is so new, we have very limited information about how to treat it. Some patients are currently discharged from hospital with no formal recovery plan, which can result in a longer recovery process and prolonged side effects.


    So when I heard about the free 12-week specialist recovery programme from Nuffield Health, I wanted to learn more. In addition to physical rehabilitation, the programme includes topics such as coping with fatigue, managing breathlessness, anxiety, low mood, improving sleep and eating for recovery.


    I chat with Dr Ben Kelly who leads the Clinical Research, Outcomes and Data Science functions within Nuffield Health. Alongside his Nuffield Health responsibilities, Ben has acted as Head of Interdisciplinary Medicine & Technology at the Medical Research Council, with his clinical expertise in cardiology. Paula Moore also joins us and is a business graduate and certified health and life coach, spending most of her career in senior retail management who personally recovered from chronic stress and fatigue 6 years ago.


    We mention the term VO₂ max during the podcast a few times without defining it. Put simply, VO₂ max is the maximum rate of oxygen your body is able to use during exercise. The greater your VO₂ max, the more oxygen your body can consume, and the more effectively your body can use that oxygen to generate the maximum amount of ATP energy. Studies have shown that increasing your VO₂ max can help maintain your health and physical fitness well into your later years. This may have a role in recovery from Long Covid and mitigating symptoms such as fatigue and breathlessness.


    You can find out everything you need to know about the free 12-week recovery programme for people affected by the long-term symptoms of COVID-19 on thedoctorskitchen.com podcast show notes page.
     
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