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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Aseem Malhotra. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Aseem Malhotra, often where they are interviewed.

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23 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Aseem Malhotra. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Aseem Malhotra, often where they are interviewed.

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Dr Aseem Malhotra talks about obesity and why it's not too late to stop being 10x more likely to die of Covid-19

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Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS Consultant Cardiologist, and world renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart disease. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. He is now advising the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock  about the links between obesity and metabolic syndrome and Covid-19 deaths.

I had the pleasure of talking with Aseem about the UK obesity crisis, the definitions of metabolic syndrome and why, in a very clear way, it's not too late for us all.

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May 06 2020

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The strongest weapon against COVID-19 is not drugs or a vaccine, it’s diet. With cardiologist Aseem Malhotra, MD

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Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS Consultant Cardiologist, and visiting Professor of Evidence Based Medicine, Bahiana School of Medicine and Public Health, Salvador, Brazil. He is a world renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart disease. He is honorary council member to the Metabolic Psychiatry Clinic at Stanford University school of medicine California, and is Cardiology MSc examiner at the University of Hertfordshire, UK. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. 

Time stamps: 

  • 10:12 Start of Podcast
  • 10:53 Aseems’s background.
  • 19:27 Demonization of saturated fat.
  • 21:12 Trouble with ‘’burger and fries’’
  • 23:02 Aseem’s perspective on Coronavirus.
  • 26:52 Metabolic syndrome in minority groups.
  • 28:12 Is diet the most important factor in good metabolic health?
  • 31:19 Big tobacco lied and killed millions of people, how different is big food?
  • 32:42 Is it okay to eat junk food?
  • 34:50 You cannot out exercise a bad diet.
  • 35:32 Covid 19 and the elephant in the room. (25:34-
  • 37:19 Only 1 in 8 americans are metabolically healthy.
  • 41:22 Different ethnicities and metabolic flexibility.
  • 43:32 Junk Food sales.
  • 46:02 How fast can we reverse metabolic syndrome?
  • 50:27 Is agra business driving misleading health information?
  • 52:50 Can we get immunity to Coronavirus?
  • 56:12 False positive test results and not reinfection in Korean Coronavirus patients.
  • 57:17 Poor glucose control and diabetes.
  • 1:00:21 How do we get insulin resistant and how do we correct it?
  • 1:04:12 Vitamin D deficiency and Coronavirus.
  • 1:08:17 How to improve insulin resistance.
  • 1:11:39 Benefits of mediterranean diet.
  • 1:16:47 What Aseem eats for dinner.
  • 1:18:02 Where to find Aseem online.
  • 1:19:52 What is the most radical thing Aseem has done recently.

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May 05 2020

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The One with Dr Aseem Malhotra - 'The Elephant In The Room'

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Podcast COVID-19 Special

The One With Dr Aseem Malhotra

‘The Elephant In The Room’ 

Could the two most under prescribed treatments for disease be the answer to COVID-19?

Why are overweight and obese people ten times more likely to die from COVID-19? 

Why are COVID-19 deaths also 4 x higher in those with Diabetes & Hyperglycaemia?

Why are companies like Krispy Kreme and Dominos giving ‘free’ snacks to health care workers? 

Is lockdown the answer and could a change in diet and exercise now prevent a second spike of this virus?

Find out the answer to all in this extremely special edition of ‘The Jason Vale Podcast Lockdown Mini Series’ 

DISCLAIMER: 

Although diet and exercise clearly play a huge role in all metabolic disease I am more than aware, at the same time, that telling people to simply change their diet is akin to telling someone in quicksand to simply ‘get out’. Food addiction is real and it transcends intelligence and logic, as all addiction does. This is why this special edition podcast is an awareness exercise and pointing out that if you can get a handle on your diet you stand a much better chance of protecting yourself against all forms of disease, including things like virus’s of this nature. I will be recoding my ‘ASK NOT WHAT THE NHS CAN DO FOR YOU BUT WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR THE NHS?’ Podcast later this week to add more weight on the back of this interview. Hope you like the discussion and also hope it may just trigger something so you can make any changes diet wise you may need to. Thanks for listening! 

Available on Apple, Spotify and YouTube. 

May 04 2020

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How Diet Is Driving COVID-19 Outcomes with Dr. Aseem Malhotra

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As we continue to learn more about COVID-19, we continue to see a pattern in those more at risk. People who aren’t metabolically healthy (think obesity, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and hypertension) are much more likely to experience severe complications if they are to get the virus. And to put that in perspective, only 1 in 8 Americans are considered metabolically healthy. That means a lot of us are at risk during this already alarming time. We can start changing that today, though, and create a newfound health baseline while creating a greater level of resilience when it comes to chronic disease and future situations like this. 

The US isn’t the only place dealing with an epidemic of obesity and other metabolic diseases. The UK and other parts of the world are also struggling, thanks to the spread of the ultra-processed food and a sedentary lifestyle. On this episode of The Doctor’s Farmacy, I’m joined by Dr. Aseem Malhotra to talk about the impact COVID-19 is having on the UK, the risks that metabolic diseases pose with the virus, and much more. Dr. Aseem Malhotra is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. His first book, co-authored with Donal O' Neill, The Pioppi Diet, has become an international bestseller.

*For context, this episode was recorded on April 24, 2020

Here are more of the details from our interview: 


  • Metabolic disease, excess body fat, and chronic inflammation lead to worse outcomes from COVID-19, as well as from the flu (5:13)


  • Dr. Aseem’s personal experience with belly fat and excessive sugar intake (13:53)


  • Five markers to assess metabolic health (17:49)


  • Risks associated with sarcopenic obesity and loss of muscle mass, especially among older people (21:30)


  • Health disparities and COVID-19 outcomes (25:24)


  • Why the idea of personal responsibility is fundamentally flawed when it comes to our current food environment, including the food environment in hospitals (27:51)


  • The role of public health interventions in improving life expectancy (34:11)


  • What is ultra processed food? (40:56)


  • Dr.  Malhotra’s diet recommendations for combating inflammation and preventing insulin resistance (43:30)



Learn more about Dr. Aseem Malhotra at http://doctoraseem.com/. Follow him on Facebook @aseem.malhotra.98, on Instagram @lifestylemedicinedoctor, and on Twitter @draseemmalhotra.

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May 04 2020

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Ep 71 Dr. Aseem Malhotra - We Can Transform Our Viral Resilience!

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Great conversation and advice from crusading cardiologist.Dr. Aseem Malhotra.

Find out all about what makes you highly resilient against this viral issue we're facing - and get on it now.

Dr. Malhotra's just-published paper is available here: https://www.europeanscientist.com/en/article-of-the-week/covid-19-and-the-elephant-in-the-room/

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Apr 17 2020

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Surviving Lockdown - In Conversation With Dr. Aseem Malhotra

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In this episode, Dr. Shan Hussain is discussing the real drivers behind the current COVID19 lockdown with Dr. Aseem Malhotra, author, cardiologist and honorary professor of evidence-based medicine.

They discuss the problems faced by the NHS currently as well as those which have been building over a number of years ,and as positive advocates for the NHS they review the solutions that could build a healthy population for the future.

This is an insightful episode with extensive information and listening will help you to understand both the challenges and solutions for us as individuals and as a nation in these unusual and challenging times.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • The reason the health service is so overstretched is because of problems that have been building over a period of years; failure to address prevention in connection with lifestyle disease combined with too much medicine – unnecessary treatments and over medication.
  • Lots of people struggle to see the connection between obesity and healthy lifestyle choices. The data strongly indicates that excessive body fat contributes to immune dysregulation.
  • Metabolic disease can be altered through lifestyle choices, it’s about empowering people to remove ultra-processed food from their diet.
  • Anything that is a packaged product and has more than 5 ingredients is likely to be ultra-processed and should be avoided.
  • Wholefoods are the way forward and we can support our immune system through the food choices we make.
  • The public deserves to know that the obesity problem is one of the biggest drivers behind this lockdown because we have failed to deal with the obesity crisis.
  • Less than 1 in 3 people who have a normal BMI are metabolically healthy, there is no such thing as a healthy weight only a healthy person.
  • It’s never too late to change your lifestyle and the impact can be profound in a relatively short amount of time.
  • What you put in your mouth is one of the most important factors in maintaining your health. Prevention is not better than a cure, prevention is the cure.

BEST MOMENTS

‘If the population was healthy and there was preparation in place, it is possible that a lockdown would not have been necessary’

‘Physical activity has a positive psychological effect and you should try to complete a physical activity daily as part of your routine’

‘People are suffering from a pandemic of fear alongside the virus pandemic’

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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Dr. Shan Hussain is an author, general practitioner, health coach, wellness advisor and ambassador to the World Health Innovation Summit.

As Founder of The Health Studio and a medical doctor of 18 years, he has a special interest in health promotion and disease prevention. He works with individuals and organisations to help naturally improve health in a sustainable, holistic manner.

Dr. Hussain has developed several coaching and mentorship programmes designed to help reverse the symptoms of many stress-related health problems.

His best-selling book, 'The Big Prescription' serves as a guide for readers to learn about evidence-based holistic health practices that create the foundation of his work.

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Apr 16 2020

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Part 75 - Dr. Aseem Malhotra on Our Absurd Obsession with LDL, Hospitals Required to Serve Junk Food, and Banning Sugar

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Hello, hello everyone! I hope everyone is staying safe and properly sequestering themselves in their own homes. The big thing I’m focusing on and I hope other people are as well, is keeping myself healthy and productive. We can make this into a vacation and mess around and eat bread and desserts and get all fat and sassy. Or we can use this time to cook delicious, healthy meals and do home workouts. We can get things done on to-do lists that have been sitting around for months, or we can watch Netflix. I’m having moments of pure unproductivity but I snap out of it and am actually taking care of things that have fallen to the wayside and feel pretty good about it. Hopefully everyone listening is staying motivated and optimistic and making the best of this situation. You certainly have the power to do so - it’s up to you.

I did this podcast with my new friend Dr. Aseem Malhotra a couple weeks ago and think he has some great info to share. He’s doing some great things out there across the pond. I just posted a video he sent me of him on a news program talking about how important it is to stay metabolically healthy in these crazy times. Underlying metabolic disease such as obesity, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes are huge risk factors with coronavirus. Luckily everyone listening is probably very metabolically healthy or on a journey towards that.

Dr. Aseem Malhotra is becoming one of the most influential cardiologists in Britain and a world leading expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. He is successfully leading the campaign against excessive sugar consumption. The award-winning NHS cardiologist has successfully motivated leading academics, the media and politicians to make sugar reduction a health priority in the UK by publishing commentaries in the BMJ and mainstream media. He also created the film The Big Fat Fix with Donal O’Neil.

We’ll be putting a limited number of Nose to Tail boxes on http://nosetotail.org thursday. We weren't ready for this rush of orders but got everything shipped out to those who ordered in the past 2 days. We’re ramping things up and should have more and more meat as the weeks roll on.

The Sapien Program is coming soon so be ready! Make sure you’re subscribed to the newsletter on http://Sapien.org

Other than that just make sure to rate this show on iTunes or the podcast app, start back at episode 1, share with a friend, and support the show on Patreon. I continually turn down sponsors to the show and am leaving a lot of money on the table. I really want to not have any affiliation with advertisers even if they have good products. I think everyone can agree this would be better. This only works if people support the show. 

And on that note, let’s get to it. Here’s Dr. Aseem Malhotra

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SHOW NOTES

  • [6:45] “The science alone isn't enough, opposition from invested interests needs to be overcome”.
  • [10:10] His movement to get junk food out of hospitals. 
  • [14:15] How he pioneered the movement for the sugary drink tax in the UK.
  • [20:20] There are actually contracts in hospitals for those bound to hospital beds to have a trolley sent to them stocked with sugary drinks, potato chips and candy.
  • [21:25] The way the food industry infiltrated sporting events and organizations to promote their products.
  • [29:25] Why we should stop demonizing LDL cholesterol.
  • [35:40] Reducing saturated fat in your diet to lower cholesterol and LDL has no benefit and can actually be very harmful.
  • [40:25] Statins and the latest research and data on it.
  • [43:05] Insulin resistance is the number 1 risk factor that no one is talking about.
  • [52:55] LDL lowering diets are actually at the very root of the chronic disease crisis.
  • [57:25] What else can we do to help the movement?

 

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Mar 25 2020

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Part 68 - Dr. Ben Bikman, Dr. Jaime Seeman, and Dr. Aseem Malhotra Give a Health Masterclass

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Hey, hey, how is everyone doing out there? Spectacular I assume. Not many updates this week. I’m just working away on the Food Lies film and the new interviews we got. You can still support it on Indiegogo by clicking through http://FoodLies.org - it’s a community powered project and we’ve taken no outside money at all. Just from the beautiful people like you listening.

I’m working on more videos for Patreon supporters. If you go to http://Patreon.com/peakhuman or search for Peak Human there you can support the show, get the extended show notes that are super useful and really add up to entire eBook on nutrition, and get the private videos on cooking and working out as well.

Speaking of eBooks, Kristi and I are actually creating a Sapien eBook and 10 week program for complete info on what the Sapien diet and lifestyle is and how to implement it in your life. Look for it soon on http://Sapien.org

Lastly just a quick mention of http://nosetotail.org where you can get the grass finished, pasture raised, beyond organic, high omega-3, regenerative farmed meats. It’s grown here in the US (not shipped in all the way from New Zealand like some other meat box services) and delivered to all 48 states. We use the whole animal so boxes come with all kinds of cuts including the ground beef with liver, heart, kidney, and spleen mixed in, as well as the bones for marrow and broth. I’m all about the high omega-3 ground pork breakfast sausage these days. It's already seasoned and you can fry up the most delicious patties with some eggs and maybe a little cheese. If you ever liked fast food breakfast, you’ll think it was gross compared to this meal. You can get it with or without the organs mixed in. We feed the pigs and chickens a special feed (which is pretty expensive) to give them this high omega 3 to omega 6 ratio. It has been independently tested and it blows conventional and even organic pork out of the water. That’s at http://nosetotail.org

Now onto this awesome panel discussion! We covered a bunch of stuff including why is fat not bad, but actually good? Why are the Dietary guidelines wrong and what’s stopping mainstream adoption? Is sugar a drug? Why carbs are actually worse than protein/fat for health. Insulin, longevity, and if there are any downsides or myths about these types of diets?

I’ve had Ben and Jaime on the podcast already, so you should already know who they are, or I’d recommend going back and listening to their episodes. I say this a lot, but I really recommend going back to episode 1. And please share with friends and family. People send me a lot of messages about how beneficial this podcast is for people new to these topics. They share it and they get hooked!

Dr. Aseem Malhotra is a British Cardiologist who’s making waves around the world. I’ll give him a full intro when he comes on the podcast in a couple weeks. We have awesome footage of this panel that will make it to the Food Lies youtube channel soon! Until then, here’s the 3 brainiacs and their wise words!

BUY THE MEAT NosetoTail.org Support me on Patreon! http://patreon.com/peakhuman Preorder the film here: http://indiegogo.com/projects/food-lies-post   SHOW NOTES   We have three guests with us today from the Metabolic Health Summit. Dr. Aseem Malhotra is becoming one of the most influential cardiologists in Britain and a world leading expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. He is successfully leading the campaign against excessive sugar consumption. The award-winning NHS cardiologist has successfully motivated leading academics, the media and politicians to make sugar reduction a health priority in the UK by publishing commentaries in the BMJ and mainstream media.   Ben Bikman is a professor of pathophysiology and biomedical science at BYU in the physiology and developmental biology department and teaches in pathophysiology. His research focuses on molecular mechanisms that mediate the disruption that causes and accompanies metabolic disorders, such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and dementia. He has a Ph.D in Bioenergetics at East Carolina University and did a postdoctoral fellowship with the Duke-National University of Singapore in metabolic disorders.   Dr. Jaime Seeman (M.D. FACOG) is a board certified Obstetrician-Gynecologist with a background in Nutrition, Exercise and Health Science. She is also a current Fellow in Integrative Medicine and a Board Certified Ketogenic Nutrition Specialist. She did her undergraduate training at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she was a collegiate athlete for the Cornhuskers receiving many awards and honors. She then continued her education at the University of Nebraska School of Medicine where she received her Doctor of Medicine degree. She is a wife and mom to three little girls.
  • [4:00] Dietary fat consumption has no effect on spiking insulin.
  • [5:25] The obsession/fear with LDL cholesterol.
  • [6:50] Saturated fat does not cause heart disease.
  • [7:05] Jaime Seeman explains how women need adequate amounts of fats for proper hormonal function.
  • [8:56] Does dietary saturated fat increase plasma saturated fat?
  • [10:38] The fats correlated to heart disease is from consumption with starch, sugar, and alcohol.
  • [12:30] What is hyperinsulinemia and what is its role in these metabolic issues? 
  • [14:29] Insulin resistance is at the root of cardiovascular disease.
  • [16:00] Jaime Seeman’s experiment with wearing a continuous glucose monitor (CGM). [23:20] Keys to longevity and how they relate to insulin.
  • [26:25] The importance of resistance training and protein intake for women especially. 
  • [27:20] The more you dampen insulin signaling, the longer life is extended.
  • [31:10] Importance of exercise and protein for the elderly population.
  • [32:10] Kidney issues and consumption of protein?
  • [33:25] There are essential amino acids and fatty acids, but not carbohydrates.
  • [34:15] The ketogenic/low carbohydrate diet is very sustainable contrary to what some people may say.
  • [35:35] The sources of the fat we consume matter. 
  • [37:20] Is sugar a drug?
  • [41:50] How can we get this information into the mainstream and get the masses to adopt these practices?
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Feb 12 2020

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Dr Aseem Malhotra

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“Over 60% per cent of the UK adult population are overweight or obese. The roots of obesity, type 2 diabetes and CVD are firmly embedded in the food environment”

Aseem is both a practising Cardiologist and a Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and has led work highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. Aseem has written for several publications including the BMJ, The Guardian and Observer, BBC online, Huffington Post, The Daily Mirror, Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and the Washington Post. In 2018 he was ranked by Onalytica as the number 1 doctor in the world influencing obesity thinking. His first book, co-authored with Donal O’Neill, The Pioppi Diet, published 2017, is already an international bestseller.

Twitter/Instagram/facebook - @DrAseemmalhotra
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Jan 25 2020

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Dr. Aseem Malhotra - The Sherlock Holmes of Medicine

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My guest on this episode is Dr. Aseem Malhotra, who is a cardiologist and best selling author. He talks about:

  • His best selling book The Pioppi Diet.
  • A dive into “The Mediterranean Diet”.
  • Tom Watson MP’s 100lb weight loss thanks to The Pioppi Diet.
  • Conflict of interest.
  • How industry can be a dark force.
  • Patient advocacy being his number one priority.
  • The place of statins.
  • Climate change and food.
  • Religious fanaticism in food.
  • How Aseem has become the Sherlock Holmes of medicine.
  • The King’s Fund, Saving Londoners Lives.

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Sep 08 2019

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