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A common question I get is whether the sugar in fruit could be as dangerous and toxic as the sugar we find in canned drinks, sweets and other sources of added sugars found mostly in processed foods. more
Why do women struggle with weight during and after the menopause? This is the key question I’m putting to Dr Louise Newson on todays podcast as it’s the most commonly asked question that I get from Doctor’s Kitchen followers as well as from patients ... more
You might’ve heard the terms nitrates, nitrites or nitric oxide in different contexts. There have been headlines about the “dangers” of nitrites in food, especially in processed meats like ham or bacon. But there’s also a lot of talk about the benefi... more
Found the latest supplement episode especially interesting - would love to hear more! All other episodes are also great!!!
Disappointed that the qualifications of your guest Dr Mindy Petz were not made clear during the podcast.
As a healthcare professional Dr Rupy Aujla will be aware that the climate crisis is the biggest health crisis facing humanity. As a doctor he has a duty to act on threat to public health. more
What about menopause & higher Total cholesterol? Has anyone studied what happens, post menopausal, to our levels?
Really enjoyed the episode about organic food. It is explained so well and using a language everyone can understand. Also debunking miths about organic food which I think it’s really interesting
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The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast launched 6 years ago and published 269 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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