Last week I appeared on BBC Breakfast news to discuss calls from the UK’s Academy of Medical Sciences for more preventative medicines. In effect more healthy people to be taking medications to prevent the onset of disease. I have no issue with this as a concept but one of the reasons our current healthcare system is close to breaking point is that we have an overmedicated population with a total lack of transparency in the prescription of drugs. Often benefits are grossly exaggerated and side effects underplayed. If I was going to take a pill every day for many years I would want to know what is my actual benefit and what are/how common are the side effects that may interfere with my quality of life?
One of the key reasons I have launched my website and started this blog is to open a channel for clear, concise information that can positively impact the lives of as many people as possible. Read more… Film that cuts through the epidemic of misinformation on diet and health
About this project: World renowned British Cardiologist Dr. Aseem Malhotra joins Donal O’Neill (Cereal Killers) on a fascinating quest to uncover, interpret and translate the misunderstood secrets of Mediterranean longevity and heart health, from the place where it all began. Make your pledge by clicking on this text!
As the Father of Modern Medicine once quoted – “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra discusses the benefits of a diet which includes more fat and different types of calorie intake. Read more… British Medical Journal states – Fat is Your Friend
Where do you want to get the Low Carb High Fat (LCHF) message out? Well, the UK’s primary television channel would be super; and how would you ensure that it was articulated clearly for the masses? Well have the eloquent Aseem Malhotra deliver the goods ! Read more… Newsflash: Aseem Malhotra getting the #LCHF message out!
BBC Newsnight: You can’t outrun a bad diet
Read more… BBC Newsnight: You can’t outrun a bad diet
Dr. Aseem Malhotra Says Sugar & Refined Carbs Are Responsible For Weight Gain Not Lack Of Exercise.
Read more… Dr. Aseem Malhotra Says Sugar & Refined Carbs Are Responsible For Weight Gain Not Lack Of Exercise