There's no pill for prevention. We're going to take medicine, turn it upside down, give it a shake and see what comes out the other side. Together we can change medicine.
SCIENTISTS - LEAVE YOUR EGO AT THE DOOR!
We have epidemics of diet-related disease that are threatening life expectancy, that are going to bankrupt the healthcare system. We need to get out of this egotistical debate about who’s right and who’s wrong, and try to work together with our scientific opponents to come up with a bigger view.
How Not To Get Cancer
Richard Babor is an upper gastrointestinal and bariatric surgeon at Counties Manukau District Health Board. “Probably around 40-50% of cancers are preventable by us changing our lifestyle, or the way that we eat, or how we exercise, or the environment that we live in.”
Richard Babor explored the science around cancer risk in the TV programme 'How Not To Get Cancer'. Watch it here - https://www.tvnz.co.nz/shows/how-not-to-get-cancer
Want to save the planet? Don't blame the cows.
Dr Robert Szabo, a Melbourne-based GP, started a low carb clinic four years ago. He is also a well-researched environmentalist, who sees a link between low carb eating and living sustainably.
The Future of Health
Dr Carlo Bellini, PreKure’s Lead Coach, takes us on a journey from Perth to Oxford, from medical studies to consulting work, through Silicon Valley and artificial intelligence, to the oil industry and the future of health. Hear about how the use of data and artificial intelligence will change the world of health.
Food, Your Brain and You
Julia Rucklidge, a professor of clinical psychology, has spent the last 10 years researching the link between nutrition and mental illness. “13% of the New Zealand population is on an antidepressant and we still have rising rates of mental illness. At some point you kind of go, if this treatment was working so well, our rates of mental illness by now should be going down.”
The Fat Ginger Nerd
The story about one fat kid who has fulfilled his dream of becoming normal. Not only that, he has more years to live than he ever expected. Hear this tear-jerking story.
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So proud to see NZ taking their health back and so happy prof Schofield started his own podcast, looking forward to new episodes. Thank you for the invaluable work that you do.