The Food Medic
The Food Medic
Jul 23, 2020
S4 E10: Life As A Junior Doctor - Instagram Vs Reality
Play • 44 min
On the season finale, Hazel is Joined by Dr Amile Inusa. Amile is a Junior Doctor and co-host of the podcast, Life After The Letters. They chat about life as junior doctor - and to what to expect for all the new doctors starting in August - taking less conventional routes in training, juggling side projects alongside medicine, supporting your mental health working in healthcare, and racism in the NHS.

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Going for Goal
Going for Goal
Women's Health
Michelle Keegan on Past Fitness Fails and How She Found Healthy
This week’s episode of Going for Goal is a joyful January catch up between Women’s Health Editor-in-Chief Claire Sanderson and this month’s cover star, Michelle Keegan. The Brassic actress and bonafide national treasure chats about finding her groove with fitness and food - and shares her current workout formula. And while she’s in a great place with her lifestyle now, Michelle opens up about a time when she was training harder, but definitely not smarter. They also discuss the new positive habits Michelle has picked up in 2020 and how the past year has shifted her outlook when it comes to maintaining her relationships with friends and family. Oh, and there’s probably a good few minutes on her favourite snacks, too. So, if you are trying to keep a lid on the amount of between-meals morsels you’re consuming, maybe don’t listen when you’re peckish. Join Michelle on Instagram: @michkeegan Join Claire on Instagram: @clairesanderson Join Women’s Health UK on Instagram: @womenshealthuk Topics  * Michelle’s exact workout formula  * What Michelle used to get wrong with fitness * The social media boundary that’s made Michelle happier * Michelle’s favourite foods + ideal day * How 2020 made Michelle fall for nature Like what you’re hearing? We'd love if you could rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, as it really helps other people find the show. Also, remember to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, so you’ll never miss an episode.  Got a goal in mind? Shoot us a message on Instagram putting ‘Going for Goal’ at the start of your message and our experts could be helping you achieve your health goal in an upcoming episode. Alternatively, you can email us: womenshealth@womenshealthmag.co.uk   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26 min
The Emma Guns Show
The Emma Guns Show
Emma Gunavardhana
Beauty Special | Three dermatologists on how to get YOUR best skin.
This episode is brought to you in collaboration with Skin+Me. In a brand new episode of the podcast I’m joined by the expert team of consultant dermatologists from Skin+Me; Dr Malvina Cunningham, Dr Ben Esdaile and Dr Jason Thomson.  If you’ve been following me for a while you’ll know I’ve seen a marked improvement in my own skin, dealing with the issues of post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation since I started using the Skin+Me service. I’ve been so impressed, not just with my own results, but with how easy and efficient the service is.  One of the most impressive qualities of Skin+Me is the expert team of dermatologists behind the brand, which is why I asked them if they’d join me in an episode to answer YOUR questions about all things skin and skincare. In this conversation, Malvina, Ben, Jason and I discuss: * Who can benefit from seeing a dermatologist. * Whether there are there any downsides to long-term retinol/tretinoin use. * The topical ingredients that’ll make the skin look brighter. * Their views on the skin-tightening and anti-ageing benefits of LED. * How to know the difference between rosacea and general redness. * How to tell dry skin from dehydrated skin. * The topical ingredients that’ll support retinol in perimenopausal and menopausal skin. * Why niacinamide doesn’t work for some people and what to use instead. * Whether it’s really necessary to wash your face twice a day if you’re inside all day. * What effect stress has on the skin. * How to deal with maskne, and much more… Please note: this episode was recorded via video call as lockdown restrictions meant we couldn't record in-person so there may be inconsistencies with sound. Get your first month’s treatment with @skinandmehq FREE with the code ‘EMMAGUNS121’ - you just pay the £3.50 prescription charge.  You can cancel your subscription at any time and you are not entering into an annual contract. To use the code visit: www.skinandme.com TERMS & CONDITIONS This offer is open to new customers only and valid until 28th February 2021. To redeem this offer you must use the code EMMAGUNS121 and be: Over the age of 16 Live in the UK Have at least one of the following skin concerns  Acne Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) Melasma Pigmentation related to sun damage Skin-ageing concerns including; fine lines and wrinkles Issues with skin texture and pore size   Treatment is subject to dermatological assessment by the Skin + Me expert dermatology team who will decide upon your eligibility after you have completed an online consultation and submitted three photos of your skin. Currently, the brand can only treat skin concerns affecting the face and don’t currently treat rosacea, eczema, vitiligo or psoriasis. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other brand offer. To join the closed Facebook group for the podcast click here >> The Emma Guns Show Forum. To follow me on social media >> Twitter | Instagram.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 24 min
The Motherkind Podcast
The Motherkind Podcast
Zoe Blaskey
Why parenting is generational with Philippa Perry
After reading The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read (and Your  Children Will Be Glad That You Did), I knew I had to get Philippa Perry on the podcast. She is a renowned psychotherapist, author, journalist, and television presenter, and the wife of artist Grayson Perry. In this episode she helps us unpack what gets in the way of connecting with our children. She would like children to be able to tell their parents absolutely anything. And, as parents, she says it could be dangerous to close that down. If we can have a strong healthy connection with our kids, the future can take care of itself. We dig into: - How to have connected, trusting relationships with our children (even if we didn't have that with our own parents) - What gets in the way of having a good connection with our kids and what can enhance it - The trouble with not feeling our own pain - The generational cycles of parenting - What does it mean to give our kids 'enough' attention - Authenticity vs perfection parenting - How to help children express anger without acting out There is so much heart and wisdom in this exchange with Philippa. I hope you can feel it too. DISCOUNT FOR THE MOTHERKIND COMMUNITY As you may already know, I’m very excited about our sponsor, Zendium toothpaste. Zendium toothpaste naturally strengthens your mouth’s natural defenses and reduces bad bacteria responsible for dental problems. Parents will be familiar with the battle to get their kids to brush their teeth, but did you know that kids have 3x more taste buds than adults? This makes them particularly sensitive to strong flavours and foaming agents, which can result in difficulties with brushing and too-short brushing times. You may also not have known but your child’s mouth also has its very own natural defences, made up of enzymes and proteins in saliva, that have the ability to protect them from dental problems. All you need to do is head to Zendium.co.uk and enter the code MOTHERKIND at checkout for 20% off their kids and adult range. Big gratitude to Zendium for supporting me and the podcast!
1 hr 3 min
Don't Salt My Game | With Laura Thomas, PhD
Don't Salt My Game | With Laura Thomas, PhD
Laura Thomas, PhD
Ep. 126 - How To Just Eat It: Chapter 6 - Letting go of food rules
Welcome to this special series of Don’t Salt My Game celebrating the release of my new book How to Just Eat It. For the next several weeks, I’ll be posting two new episodes of the podcast (Tuesdays and Fridays) that correspond with a chapter of the book to help you take your learning further and deepen your intuitive eating practice. How To Just Eat It is out now! Episode 7 of this series will drop on Tuesday 26th Jan! In today’s episode I’m talking to Dalina Soto, a Registered Dietitian who specialises in intuitive eating and helping people break free from chronic dieting and food rules. In this episode we’re talking about fears people have when they embark on intuitive eating and letting go of food rules, plus unpacking some of the most common food rules we hear in our nutrition practices. In this episode we talk about: Common fears people have about Intuitive Eating like: * “I’ll never stop eating! ) * “What if I gain weight” * “I can’t control myself” * “I will only eat unhealthy foods” And how we can work through them. Plus we unpack common food rules people have like: * Not allowed to eat anything that isn’t ‘clean’ * Can’t eat more than one type of carb in a meal * I can’t have a snack unless I workout * No food after X time at night * Can’t have dessert in the house Plus Dalina’s best advice for people who are struggling to let go of food rules Finally catch another definition for your glossary on page 35/36 of HTJEI - this time from Steph Yeboah Get your copy of How To Just Eat It! UK {Amazon} {Waterstones} {WH Smith} Australia {Booktopia) Worldwide with free shipping {Book Depository} Edited by Bea Duncan - @beaduncan_ Find me on social media: Instagram Twitter Work with my team at The London Centre for Intuitive Eating Guest Information: Dalina Soto- Instagram Twitter Website Steph Yeboah - Instagram Twitter Website
50 min
The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast
The Doctor's Kitchen Podcast
Dr Rupy Aujla
#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 ancient philosophy, that are being proven by breakthroughs in neuroscience and neuroimaging. I’m delighted to be chatting with Dr Tara Swart - a neuroscientist, medical doctor, executive advisor, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan, and author of best-seller ‘The Source’. A book that distills the principles and actions of how we can harness the power of our conscious mind to alter the world around us. Tara is passionate about disseminating simple, pragmatic neuroscience-based messages that change the way people live and work. She personally advises a small number of individuals via personal recommendation only, and speaks at major conferences globally. Today we talk about: * The field of nutrition, the microbiota and how that has an impact on our thoughts * Ancient wisdom and how this has been gradually explained through the lens of neuroscience * The science explained the “law of attraction” * How to manifest your thoughts into reality * Brain agility and how we train it * Neuroplasticity * Psychobiotics * Brain healthy foods, Brain healthy exercises and Brain healthy thoughts * Why action boarding works * Tara’s personal story of leaving her job, divorce and moving country all at the same time and how she harnessed the power of her mind to maintain resilience “There’s no fate but what we make for ourselves” – The Terminator Do be sure to check out The Doctor's Kitchen Website for full show notes and social media links for this and all our other episodes.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
1 hr 12 min
My Menopause Doctor | Dr Louise Newson | Newson Health Menopause & Wellbeing Centre
My Menopause Doctor | Dr Louise Newson | Newson Health Menopause & Wellbeing Centre
Dr Louise Newson (Newson Health)
082 The Personal & Professional Costs of the Menopause - Chris Oglesby & Dr Louise Newson
Chris Oglesby is the chief executive of Bruntwood, which remains a family-owned and run company founded on a belief that its success comes from the success of its colleagues, customers and the communities in which it operates. He works tirelessly helping cities such as Manchester to thrive in many ways including by improving health inequalities, funding research and by supporting cultural and community initiatives. Chris talks to Dr Newson about how his wife, Jane, really struggled during her perimenopause and menopause and how difficult it was for him to watch her experience various symptoms. He also speaks openly about his sister, who also found it difficult to receive adequate help and treatment for her menopause. Dr Newson and Chris explore ways in which menopause in the workplace can be addressed to improve organisations and also about how poor menopause care is a global health problem which urgently needs to be addressed. Chris Oglesby's Three Take Home Tips for employers: * Start with your own awareness, do your research and learn more about how the menopause may affect your staff. * Then you can roll out a programme of awareness within your business to benefit all colleagues, both male and female. * Look at pathways into providing your female staff with high quality treatment and menopause advice.
31 min
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