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The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast

Audioboom, Dr Rupy Aujla
127 episodes

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

Disclaimer: the content and artwork of this podcast are the property of its owner and are not affiliated with nor endorsed by Audiotrails.

#100 - Four Lifestyle Formulas Everyone Needs to Know with Dr Rupy Aujla

It’s the 100th episode of the podcast and today I’m going to be introducing four formulas for lifestyle that everyone should know . This is essentially a super condensed version of everything that I’ve learnt over the past few years of doing the pod, my masters in nutrition, patient experience, an…

#99 The Olive Oil Episode with Dr Simon Poole

Over the years you’ll have heard me talking about the  Mediterranean way of eating  and  extra virgin olive oil  quite frequently and today on the show I’m delighted to be joined by an expert in all things to do with olive oil and the history of a Mediterranean in general,  Dr Simon Poole. Everythi…

BONUS EPISODE Lifestyle and Long Covid with Professor Robert Thomas

Professor Robert Thomas  is back on the podcast talking about all things to do with  Long COVID  and some  preliminary results from the UK’s only Covid nutrition intervention trial  - The Phyto V study. A randomised double blind placebo controlled trial evaluating the influence of a phytochemical r…

BONUS EPISODE, Living with Long Covid with Dr Joanna Herman

Today I chat with  Dr Joanna Herman , a  Consultant in Infectious Diseases  and during the first wave of the Pandemic, she contracted COVID. Despite being defined as a ‘mild’ case, with no risk factors for severe disease, she is still significantly debilitated by symptoms of  ‘Long COVID’ , and has…

BONUS EPISODE The Immune System and Covid with Professor Danny Altmann

Today I’m speaking with  Professor Danny Altmann from Imperial College  about  Covid-19 and the post viral syndrome associated with its infection currently referred to as “Long Covid” . Not a lot is known about this chronic condition which for some people is absolutely debilitating, it could affect…

#98 A Brain Healthy Diet with Dr Dean Sherzai and Dr Ayesha Sherzai

Dementia  is the defining disease of our time. In the UK it’s the leading cause of death, almost a million people suffer with it and 1 in every 14 of the population aged over 65. And it’s growing. The most common type is  Alzheimers  and the treatment? Well there are none. After decades of research…

BONUS EPISODE The Power Hour with Adrienne

I’m joined today by Adrienne, a leading wellness professional, TEDx speaker, Podcast Host, Author and marathon runner.  Adrienne is the epitome of the modern digital entrepreneur! Ever since I’ve known her she’s been a vibrant ball of energy who’s so motivating. I always feel happier after speaking…

#97 Emotional intelligence, Ego & Becoming Plant Powered with Dr Gemma Newman

Today I had the pleasure of spending time chatting with my good friend  Dr Gemma Newman .  GP with over 17 years experience in medicine, whole food plant based advocate and now best selling author of the book “The Plant Power Doctor”, A simple prescription for a healthier you. I’ve known Gemma for …

#96 Can We Eat To Beat Depression? with Dr Drew Ramsey

Mental health  is a hugely complex multifactorial issue with many causes that can have its roots in pain, psychological trauma, childhood and the complexity of family life. But, through the lens of traditional psychiatry, food, inflammation, the importance of gut health and nutrition have largely b…

BONUS EPISODE Sustainable Weight Loss with Dr Nick Fuller

On the podcast today we have the amazing obesity researcher  Dr Nick Fuller  who brings together a diversity of skills having held positions in both the industry and academic sectors. His current position as  Commercial and Industry Program Leader within the Charles Perkins Centre at the University…

#95 Weight Series (Part 2 of 2). The Sugar Episode with Professor Michael Goran & Dr Emily Ventura

SUGAR . It’s everywhere and in everything and in various guises. Fake sugar, artificial, refined, raw, natural, low calorie sweetener and table. Over 200 names for it exist. And if you google sugar and health you could be told it’s as innocuous as water or it’s as dangerous and as addictive as coca…

#94 Weight Series (Part 1 of 2). Why We Eat Too Much with Dr Andrew Jenkinson

On the show today I’m delighted to welcome  Dr Andrew Jenkinson ,  a  consultant surgeon  with a special interest in advanced laparoscopic, (or keyhole) surgery who treats bariatric patients.  He is part of an expert team developing  advances in gastrointestinal surgery  at University College Hospi…

#93 Ending Childhood Hunger (Part 2 of 2) with Owen Burton from One Feeds Two

On the podcast we are continuing the critical conversation around child poverty and hunger that, quite frankly I’m embarrassed to have to be talking about in 2021.  Rather than complaining or pointing out a desperate situation I want to shine a light on some incredible initiatives. On that note, I …

#92 Ending Childhood Hunger (Part 1 of 2) with FareShare and Magic Breakfast

This is one of the most pressing conversations of the moment.  The extent of childhood hunger and food insecurity that exists not in third world countries, but here in the UK. It is absolutely astounding that 1 in 8 people are food insecure coupled with the fact that a third of food is wasted along…

#91 Solving Happiness with Mo Gawdat

*Warning. Today’s podcast contains details of parental bereavement. Caution advised*   Today I feel like I’ve had one of the most impactful conversations on a personal level. I vividly remember watching Mo Gawdat’s interview on channel 4 news back in 2017 when he was touring and promoting his inter…

BONUS EPISODE: Preventing the next Pandemic , The Blunt Reality of Microbial Resistance with Dr Ravina Kullar

If we do not take action now, 30 years from now, over 10 million people will die every year due to antibiotic-resistant infections. Dr. Ravina Kullar  is an  Infectious Diseases global expert  and researcher, who has spent almost 15 years researching in the infectious disease space. She is actively…

#90 Preventing The Next Pandemic (Part 2 of 2) Quantum Biology & Bacteria with Professor Johnjoe McFadden

Professor Johnjoe McFadden  is on the show today, he is  Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Surrey . His principle field of research is in molecular genetics, particularly of  microbes that cause infectious diseases and particularly  antimicrobial resistance . Initially he did his…

#89 Preventing The Next Pandemic (Part 1 of 2). Antimicrobial Resistance with Professor Dame Sally Davies

*CAUTION - Explicit Language in this episode* How much would you worry about a simple cut ? Probably not much as long as you can get to a medical professional on time and obtain the correct treatment. But what if I was to say that in a few years to come, antibiotics will no longer work? And a simpl…

BONUS EPISODE: The Journey to Happiness with Stephen & David Flynn of ‘The Happy Pear’

The journey to happiness with Stephen and David Flynn from The Happy Pear! The Happy Pear started out back in 2004 with Steve, Dave, a tiny shop and a dream of helping people to eat more veg. Fast forward 15 years, The Happy Pear now consists of cafes, food products, online courses, cookbooks, a fa…

#88 Nutrition Science Series (Part 3 of 3) The Supplementation Series with Kamal Patel

*CAUTION - Explicit Language in this episode* Confused about supplements? Struggle to understand nutrition science? Constantly bombarded by conflicting headlines about which diet is better than another? How do we make sense of all this information when the noise-signal ratio is so disproportionate?…

#87 Nutrition Science Series (Part 2 of 3) The Supplementation Series with Kamal Patel

*CAUTION - Explicit Language in this episode* Confused about supplements? Struggle to understand nutrition science? Constantly bombarded by conflicting headlines about which diet is better than another? How do we make sense of all this information when the noise-signal ratio is so disproportionate?…

#86 Nutrition Science Series (Part 1 of 3) Why Everything About Nutrition Could Be Wrong with Professor Tim Spector

Is everything we have been told about nutrition wrong? And have we questioned prevailing dietary dogma enough? Are we asking the right questions in nutrition science and if not, how do we rectify it? Professor Tim Spector ,  Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at Kings College London and honorary con…

#85 The Brain Series (Part 3 of 3). Transforming your Brain with Dr Tara Swart

What if we could harness the power of our thoughts to change the function of our brain and manifest the perfect life we’ve always wanted for ourselves . You might think I’m talking about new-age self help sensationalism, quantum physics and hype. But I’m actually talking about concepts rooted in an…

#84 The Brain Series (Part 2 of 3). Eating for ADHD with Dr Rachel Gow

Research highlights a crucial link between nutrition, ADHD and brain health , and there is some evidence, although not fantastic quality evidence, but some nonetheless, that indicates smart food choices for ADHD and Brain Health and data on supplementation which can influence cognitive Function. On…

#83 The Brain Series (Part 1 of 3). Food, OCD and Anxiety with Dr Uma Naidoo

Dr Uma Naidoo  is a  Harvard trained psychiatrist, Professional Chef and Nutrition Specialist . It is a pleasure to host this internationally regarded medical pioneer in this more newly recognized field of Nutritional Psychiatry. In her role as a Clinical Scientist,  Dr. Naidoo founded and directs …

New Year Bonus Episode: Why 3-2-1 will change the way you cook forever

In today's bonus episode, I'm basically going to tell you everything that is in my new book, 'Doctor's Kitchen 3-2-1'. I'm going through each chapter and giving you a summary of how the book came about, why I think it will change the way you cook and eat forever and my aspiration to help 10 million…

Bonus Episode: Learnings from 2020

This year has been an interesting test of patience, and for a lot of us it has been tragic. My time in hospital and working in emergency has been pretty harrowing at times, but today I want to share with you a number of coping strategies I’ve maintained. I also want to put a spotlight on my learnin…

#82 Wellness for Entrepreneurs (Part 3 of 3) Building a Brand for Life with Liz Earle MBE

Liz Earle MBE , is an absolute phenomena. She has  35 books to her name, multiple TV shows, a global beauty brand, a magazine and a hugely engaged and connected community online .  Her work in beauty and wellness started way before the trend and her commitment to this area, along with many other bu…

#81 Wellness for Entrepreneurs (Part 2 of 3) Coping with Startup Stress with Zanna van Dijk and Natalie Glaze

Entrepreneurship has a real glamour to it these days. With images of global startups such as Tesla, Lyft, Gymshark, Monzo and more. But what is startup life really like? And is it as desirable as people make it out to be? I’m thrilled to welcome along good friends of mine to the show -  Zanna van D…

#80 Wellness for Entrepreneurs (Part 1 of 3) The Business of Wellness with Lauren Armes

On the podcast today, I welcome  Lauren Armes . Lauren is a  business coach, speaker, writer and entrepreneur  who founded Welltodo, a global industry network for the wellness industry, in 2014.  Welltodo is now respected as a  definitive voice for the business of wellness , spotlighting innovation…