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Malcolm Kendrick

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Ep102 Dr Malcolm Kendrick: First Hand Experience - the Lowdown on Lockdown!

The Fat Emperor Podcast

Dr. Kendrick is a national treasure!  And here we dissect the lockdown "science" - like no-one else can. I would say "enjoy" - but lockdown harms are so horrific, that would not be right. But "be informed"?  Absolutely. Note our Kickstarter is here - please help us to make this most crucial movie - a time capsule for the future of our children! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/capecrusaders/the-covid-chronicles If no like Kickstarter, can donate here and message "CHRONICLES":  https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=69ZSTYXBMCN3W

1hr 7mins

27 Nov 2020

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Dr Danny Scahill - Total Health Transformation Podcast - Episode 027 - Dr Malcolm Kendrick

Total Health Transformation Podcast

THT Guest Expert - Dr MalcolmDr Malcolm Kendrick is a family medical practitioner in England, living just south of Manchester. He has a specific interest in medical research data, and wrote the book Doctoring Data to try to help people understand medical research, how data can be manipulated to provide certain answers. He has also been researching, writing and lecturing on heart disease for many years. He has written The Great Cholesterol Con and A Statin Nation. He has a blog drmacolmkendrick.org. He became interested in the Covid-19 pandemic early on, and has tried to help people understand what is actually going on. Which is increasingly difficult as the research and the data become horribly distorted

46mins

11 Sep 2020

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Fat & Furious

‘Nitric Oxid is the single biggest anti-coagulant agent know to nature, it stops blood clotting… Anything that boosts Nitric Oxid is good for cardiovascular health’– Malcolm Kendrick 2019For the full story get your copy of Fat and Furious on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2TBdTGD Use the discount code: 'FFPodcast' at checkout for £5 off In this episode, your host Steve Bennett and heart expert, Dr Malcolm Kendrick discuss the truth behind what causes heart disease and the negative impact of statins on the body. Twitter – @malcolmken Website - drmalcolmkendrick.org Dr Malcolm is a practising GP living in Macclesfield. Malcolm is a three-time best-selling author. Two of his books, The Cholesterol Con and A Statin Nation, are a must-read for anyone thinking about taking statins. Malcolm’s third book, Doctoring Data is so insightful that when you next see a questionable newspaper headline about health, you should download an electronic version, and it will help you better unders

1hr 2mins

9 May 2020

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What really causes heart disease with Dr. Malcolm Kendrick

Fundamental Health with Paul Saladino, MD

The Carnivore Code has arrived and it’s already a bestseller!! Get it here: www.thecarnivorecodebook.com Malcolm Kendrick is a General Practitioner who lives in the UK. He has written The Cholesterol Con and Doctoring Data and has an amazing accent. He is well known in the cholesterol/heart disease space and it was a pleasure to have him on the podcast.  His blog can be found at drmalcolmkendrick.org Time Stamps 9:40 Start of the podcast11:04 Malcolm’s story.16:00 Malcolm’s experience with criticism.22:15 Atherosclerosis and low carb diets.32:00 "Lack of an association or an inverse association between low-density-lipoprotein cholesterol and mortality in the elderly: a systematic review" https://bmjopen.bmj.com/content/6/6/e010401 41:35 Endothelial damage44:40 What damages the endothelium?48:28 Cholesterol transport system in the body.53:30 Ace inhibitors. 54:45 Can you get atherosclerosis in veins?1:01:10 The value of LDL in the human body.1:10:30 Familial hypercholesterolemia. 1:11:20 NSAIDs and glycocalyx 1:18:20 Proton Pump Inhibitors.1:19:00 The advantages of sunlight.1:21:00 Plaque/clot formation and LPa. 1:33:17 Vitamin C and Atherosclerosis.  1:38:19 Statins  1:46:15 Negative effects of Statins  1:52:55 Dangers of inhibiting cholesterol production. 1:55:25 How do we prevent Atherosclerosis ? 1:59:30 Where to find Malcolm's work. 2:00:35 What is the most radical thing Malcolm has done recently ? Belcampo: Use the code CARNIVOREMD for 20% off your order!  Ancestral Supplements https://ancestralsupplements.com/ Code SALADINOMD on the shopify site to receive 10% off. White Oak Pastures: Use the code CARNIVOREMD at www.whiteoakpastures.com for 10% off your first order! JOOVV: www.joovv.com/paul INSIDER: carnivoremd.com My contact information: Book: www.thecarnivorecodebook.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/paulsaladinomd SOCIAL MEDIA  Instagram: @carnivoremd Website: carnivoremd.com Twitter:@carnivoremd  Facebook: Paul Saladino MD email: drpaul@carnivoremd.com

2hr 2mins

10 Mar 2020

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Fat & Furious

“The world is obsessed with telling us that saturated fats are bad for us because that’s just a message that has gone on and on and on! There is no evidence for it. It is just something people say.”Twitter – @malcolmkenWebsite - drmalcolmkendrick.org

1hr 1min

8 Feb 2020

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Ep40 Dr Malcolm Kendrick the True Causes of Heart Disease are Not What You Think!

The Fat Emperor Podcast

Finally got hold of the man who more than anyone, has deep-dived into the root causes of heart disease - without bias - just fixated with finding the truth. I'm of course referring to Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, who has created the 65-part (and growing) series "What Causes Heart Disease?". See index below for a gist of what we covered (hint - it was A LOT!) VIDEO PODCAST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wkxp-l2c68 INDEX/CONTENTS: 00:00:40 Are the causes we talk about “necessary and sufficient”? 00:04:45 What does Sickle Cell Disease prove about heart disease cause? 00:09:33 Kawasaki Disease illuminates the true causes of heart disease 00:14:45 Vein/artery differences, blood pressure & turbulence - speak volumes 00:20:14 Damage and repair – it’s the imbalance that is the problem 00:24:34 Steroids, inflammation and …Cushing’s Disease – what do they say? 00:28:12 Blood glucose, insulin resistance and their effects - a pivotal axis 00:31:54 Pollution, leaded petrol – and the surprising effect of Chelation 00:35:50 Bias, homocysteine, drug treatments - and the research world behaving badly 00:46:01 LDL importance…versus blood clotting factors 00:49:40 Atherosclerosis is the result of endothelial damage & blood clotting processes –root mechanisms 00:53:08 Sun, Nitric Oxide – and taking Viagra…! 00:56:53 Magnesium, salts, nitric oxide – and why your arteries fail you 01:02:06 Blood clotting is at the very core of heart disease – deep-dive 01:09:05 LDL, Lp(a) – and what cholesterol crystals in plaque really say! 01:15:05 Lp(a0, Vitamin C and Plasminogen – putting it all together 01:22:45 Familial Hypercholesterolemia….and what’s actually occurring all along 01:25:39 The mechanisms of statins and other drugs – beyond the old LDL story 01:34:48 “Well, they can’t all be wrong, can they?” – but history has shown how often this has been the case 01:43:04 We’re building a cathedral of wisdom - at least on the root causes of heart disease!

1hr 44mins

24 Sep 2019

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The Great Cholesterol Con and How To Really Avoid Heart Disease With Dr. Malcolm Kendrick

Enduring Health

In today’s episode of Enduring Health, Dr Shan interviews medicial expert and author of ‘The Great Cholesterol Con’ and ‘A Statin Nation’, Dr Malcolm Kendrick. Dr Kendrick lives by the philosophy of enjoy life, enjoy friends and family, do a bit of exercise, and don't worry too much.  Hear about the main factors that can contribute to heart disease and cardiovascular disease and the changes you can make to avoid them. If you’re looking to understand more about heart and how it can affect you, tune in today. KEY TAKEAWAYS Factors that cause death from heart disease or cardiovascular disease Smoking cigarettes is another factor that causes heart diseases. Age is also a factor that can cause death from heart diseases. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This is also a factor that causes heart diseases. Use of steroids. This is another factor that causes heart diseases. Another factor that can cause heart diseases is sociopsychological factors. Stress is also another factor that causes heart diseases. Social upheaval. This is yet another factor that leads to heart diseases. If you consume more of A, the body produces less of A, or there's a feedback loop to reduce it back down to normal Endothelial layer. This is a protective layer found in the blood vessels which protect any harmful stuff from getting into the blood and damaging the whole body system and also it is slippery which means that no harmful stuff can stick itself there. The cholesterol from outside sources can't get into the brain because the brain manufactures its own cholesterol since it has glial cells, they manufacture cholesterol and that's one of their functions. If you lower the LDL level, it reduces the risk of stroke by a small amount. Primary prevention, you haven't already had a heart attack stroke and or something else like angina there is no increase in life expectancy for men or women and for women this has no impact on cardiovascular disease. BEST MOMENTS “Don’t eat saturated fat as your cholesterol level is the most important factor behind heart diseases.” “1% fall in cholesterol level leads to a 2% drop in cardiovascular diseases.” “Cholesterol doesn't cause heart disease.” “The higher your LDL level was, the less likely you were to get cardiovascular disease and the longer you are likely to live.” “Saturated fat and cholesterol are unrelated chemicals.” “If you consume more of A, the body produces less of A, or there's a feedback loop to reduce it back down to normal.” “America was the first country to suffer the first, apparently the first epidemic of heart disease.” VALUABLE RESOURCES The Great Cholesterol Con A Statin Nation blog ABOUT THE GUEST Dr Malcolm Kendrick graduated in medicine and now lives and works in sunny Cheshire as a General Practitioner. He has always tried to question received wisdom where it seems flawed which, to him, seems to be all over the place. He wrote The Great Cholesterol Con and more recently, A Statin Nation as it became clear that the accepted ideas on diet, cholesterol and heart disease were bunk. He has his own blog where he discusses a wide range of health issues. He tries to live according to his own philosophy on health which is simple. Enjoy life, enjoy friends and family, do a bit of exercise, and don't worry too much. Learn more about The Great Cholesterol Con here Learn more about A Statin Nation here ABOUT THE HOST 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. CONTACT METHOD Connect with Dr Shan Hussain through his website at http://www.thehealthstudio.net/ If you would like to support our Podcast, please visit our Patreon page at https://www.patreon.com/enduringhealth Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/enduringhealthSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1hr 43mins

23 Jan 2019

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041 Malcolm Kendrick

Mi365 with Pete Cohen

In this episode, we are fortunate to be joined the Dr. Malcolm Kendrick - a General Practitioner based who specialises in heart disease and cholesterol. Malcolm studied medicine in Aberdeen and during that time, became interested by the fact that Scotland was at the epicentre of a heart disease crisis. Malcolm discusses the theory that stress, rather than increased cholesterol consumption, is responsible for cardiovascular disease and presents a range of studies illustrating this point. Join us for a thought-provoking, fascinating podcast on an incredibly important subject. Connect With Pete Cohen: https://www.facebook.com/Itspetecohen https://www.facebook.com/mi365.me/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/223961357935535/ https://twitter.com/petecohen_ https://www.instagram.com/petecohen_/ About Pete Cohen: Pete Cohen is one of the world’s leading keynote speakers. Hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world have been motivated and inspired by Pete’s presentations. He has professionally impacted on the lives of thousands of people worldwide, including business executives, professional athletes and the everyday person. Pete has coached world-class athletes and sporting greats, such as Sally Gunnell, Ellen MacArthur, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Arsenal Football Club and Tim Henman to achieve peak performance. Pete focuses on the importance of having a strong belief in yourself. He teaches that you need to be positive and you have to develop self-confidence to achieve your potential and be successful. He is the author of 17 published books, several of which have been best-sellers across the world, including Shut the Duck Up, Habit Busting, Life DIY and Sort Your Life Out. He has also presented his own show on TV called The Coach and was the resident Life Coach on GMTV for 12 years.

35mins

4 Feb 2016

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Dr. Malcolm Kendrick: Doctoring of Medical Data

The Ironman Executive

Join Dr. Dan as he welcomes Dr. Malcolm Kendrick, physician and author. He wrote the top selling book on cholesterol, The Great Cholesterol Con and has recently published Doctoring Data.  Topics discussed: What is Doctoring Data about? How much should we trust medical research studies? Evidence based medicine, not what we think? Role of personalized medicine?

54mins

14 Jan 2015