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Fork U(niversity) Not everything you put in your mouth is good for you. There’s a lot of medical information thrown around out there. How are you to know what information you can trust, and what’s just plain old quackery? You can’t rely on your own “google fu”. You can’t count on quality medical advice from Facebook. You need a doctor in your corner. On each episode of Your Doctor’s Orders, Dr. Terry Simpson will cut through the clutter and noise that always seems to follow the latest medica ...
 
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Food As Medicine with Dr. Anh

Pharmacist | Health Coach | Functional Medicine Practitioner; sharing stories of healing featuring Dr. Terry Wahls, Abel James, Ari Meisel, and more!

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Real talk, with real people, and real results so YOU can heal yourself naturally. Hosted by Dr. Anh, a board-certified pharmacist and health coach who believes the answer to better health is NOT found in a pill bottle but in WHAT we eat and HOW we choose to live our lives. Dr. Anh conducts weekly interviews with people who have healed themselves or their clients using food as medicine, including Dr. Terry Wahls, Abel James, and Ari Meisel. While the show focuses on food and nutrition, you'll ...
 
Helping YOU get clarity on Nutrition. Presented by Dale Pinnock. Best selling author of 18 books that are now in 19 Languages in 22 countries. Dale holds a BSc in Human Nutrition, a BSc in Herbal Medicine, and a Post Graduate degree in Nutritional Medicine from the University of Surrey. A regular face on British TV shows such as This Morning, Lorraine and co presenter of ITV's big hit show 'Eat, Shop, Save', Dale is passionate about delivering clarity and understanding to the subject of nutr ...
 
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Mediterranean Diet after weight loss surgery Success after weight loss surgery doesn't end with an operation. It just gets started. The most recalcitrant people to diets are those who undergo weight loss surgery. Weight loss surgery patients were on multiple diets prior to surgical intervention. The Mediterranean Diet is the best post-operative die…
 
Implementing the Med Diet - Part One Do you think you eat enough plants in your diet? How many plants do you eat in a week? Not refined grains, but plants. You can cook them, boil, bake, microwave, roast them or even eat them raw. How many? Further, it's not just eating more volume of plants, it's diversity. Mediterranean Diet and Plants Adherence …
 
Mediterranean Diet - Fats Perhaps the most important part of the Mediterranean Diet is this plant. Olive oil is the single ingredient most associated with the Mediterranean Diet. It is the one single food substitution you can do that will improve your health immediately and have great consequences. But not all olive oil is the same. Olive oil and y…
 
Inflammation and the Mediterranean Diet The Mediterranean Diet is the most anti-inflammatory diet studied. The inflammatory response is the body's mechanism to fight infection, repair itself and rid itself of cancer. Inflammation is a coordinated response to trauma, infection, and cancer. Without inflammation, we would be dead within twenty-four ho…
 
Adherence to the Mediterranean Diet decreases the risk of cardiovascular disease. The Seven Country Cohort Study clearly showed this. But what about cancer? Does the Mediterranean Diet impact cancer or cancer prevention? To study this, another cohort study began called the EPIC study. Uniquely, the EPIC showed not only a decreased risk of cancer bu…
 
Was Ancel Keys responsible for the modern epidemic of obesity? If you have read any low carb blog lately, you would think so. Their revisionist history is broken down to this: Ancel Keys was an influential scientist who thought fat was to blame for heart disease He did a study of diet and correlated fat and heart disease in those people of the seve…
 
Scientists and dieticians consistently rank The Modern Mediterranean Diet (MED diet) as the diet most recommended. But often people don't know what the MED diet is. This post will define the Med diet. Critics of the Med Diet Critics argue that there is no uniform MED diet. They make these assertions based on one of these three arguments: That there…
 
If you don’t have diabetes, should you even consider a blood glucose monitor? Well, here is the science behind this new tiktok trend and why these Continuous Blood Glucose Monitors (CGM) are here to stay and what we know about them. The device First, the device – a continuous blood glucose monitor is a device that you place on your body and it meas…
 
About 15 years ago physician came to me telling me that she was opening a new venture, distributing plant-based bioidentical hormones, and surgically implanting those hormones as pellets. She wanted me to send her all of my patients who presented in menopause because "with bioidentical hormones they won't need weight loss surgery." She went on to s…
 
The US Preventative Task Force updated their recent recommendations about vitamins and supplements in The Journal of the American Medical Association - reference here. Their conclusion was: "Conclusions and Relevance Vitamin and mineral supplementation was associated with little or no benefit in preventing cancer, cardiovascular disease, and death,…
 
It turns out that the juice from beets may lower blood pressure in a sustained and lovely manner. Beets, you see, besides being a colorful vegetable, contain a high level of Nitrate (NO3-). And this is absorbed by the body and converted into nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is that amazing molecule that relaxes blood vessels and improves blood flow. How …
 
Common Collagen Claims (taken from actual websites selling collagen supplements): “improves skin elasticity,” “support bone and joint health,” “strengthen hair, skin, and nails,” “may benefit the bodies cellular structure,” “support healthy skin, bone, and joints.” “will feed your skin health” “will improve nail appearance and strength” “lead to a …
 
Diets. They work for some, but not for others. "You're just not on the right diet," purveyors of the latest trend will tell you. "You're just not on the right diet for your blood type, ethnicity, age, hair color," says another set of true believers. So what's right and what's wrong? Today on Fork U, a conversation between Dr. Terry Simpson, weight …
 
In science, we don’t look to confirm what we know; we want to find out something that we don’t know. We love it when science proves us wrong. If your doctor told you that you have heart disease, were pre-diabetic, or said you should eat healthier, they likely will tell you to follow the Mediterranean Diet. When I introduce the Mediterranean Diet to…
 
In Vino, Veritas – or In Wine, Truth – by Pliny the Elder When the Holy Roman Empire was forming Charlemagne gave lands to the monks in order for them to plant vineyards to make wine for the Eucharist. Those first vineyards, planted by Benedictine monks, make some of the classic wines of all time. Wine was in France centuries prior to Charlemagne, …
 
This episode originally aired for the holidays in 2018. But it's solid advice, so we're playing it again, Sam! Diet season is soon upon us, but what happens if we have a system where you can lose weight during the times when you are most vulnerable: holidays, vacations, new relationships. Not a “lifestyle” or “long term” diet - but a simple ten-day…
 
In this episode I am joined by the wonderful Dr Megan Rossi aka 'The Gut Health Doctor'. We discuss her new book 'Eat More, Live Well'. We cover: How a diversity of plant foods improve the microbiome. How our gut influences immunity locally and systemically. How the gut and brain interact. Busting some frequently held gut myths. Answer listener que…
 
The term "microplastics" was originally described in 2004 for plastic particles that are less than 5 millimeters in diameter, originally being seen on beaches. But everywhere scientists have looked on planet earth, they have been found. From fruit, vegetables, nuts, beer, baby bottles, in the air, in our water. Some have estimated that we ingest 10…
 
PART 1 - PART 2 to follow soon. This first episode of season 5 is an absolute belter!! I welcome my good friend Dr Alex Richardson from Oxford University and the charity 'Food and Behaviour Research' to discuss her specialist field - omega 3 fatty acids, particularly in brain function. But as is always the case with me and Alex, the conversation go…
 
Ever since the YouTube video of Dr. Lustig and the evils of fructose went viral in 2010, many have advocated that fructose is the single most common cause of obesity in the United States. The video had metabolic pathways that had the hypothesis that most fructose either becomes fat in the liver, or that it might go down a pathway to cause joint iss…
 
On my tiktok channel (@drterrysimpson or terrysimpson309) putting up a review of red meat the comments are reflective of the polarization that makes politics look like gentle disagreements. Nutrition is nuanced - meaning, it is rare that something is good or bad for us, except for Death Cap Mushrooms, they will kill you, although I hear they are de…
 
The Carnivore diet is the most extreme of the low-carbohydrate diets, with its expressed point that humans did great on a diet of flesh and evolved to eat a diet high in fats. While we cannot make up what people ate in the past, we can see about the diet of the Yupik’s of Alaska. These people have been studied extensively by the Center for Alaska N…
 
Fish oil is the bomb - Greenland Yupik and the rise of fish oil Fish oil first became a "hot topic" when a 1980 publication showed that Yupik in Greenland had a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease. Their paper concluded, "The rarity of ischemic heart disease in Greenland Eskimos may partly be explained by the antithrombotic effect of the long…
 
Welcome to Fork U, the latest podcast from Dr. Terry Simpson. If you enjoyed the previous episodes of Culinary Medicine and Your Doctors Orders, you'll love these quick, impactful bits of information that are easily digestible. (See what I did there?) No need to adjust your podcast or subscribe to anything new, you are already here! With that, here…
 
This listener question is a tricky one. 'Can nutrition assist with long COVID recovery'? As this is a novel virus and we still no very little about it, any answer would be an educated guess. That being said, working from the point of view of how I would work with a patient with Post Viral Syndrome, improving mitochondrial sufficiency can deliver so…
 
Welcome along to the new season. We're baaaaaaaack!!! In the first episode of the new season I am bringing on my friend Dr Gemma Newman. Gemma is a GP, practicing medicine for 17 years, and teacher on my 'Diploma in Culinary Medicine'. Gemma is a vocal advocate for a whole food plant based diet which has become a core part of her clinical practice.…
 
I am joined once again by popular guest Dr Alan Desmond - Consultant Gastroenterologist and advocate of a plant based diet. To mark the release of his new book, Alan joins me to discuss the broad impact and power that increasing the amount of plants in the diet can have. As always we go down the rabbit hole and really get into the detail. Another f…
 
Sarah Macklin is a high flying model, turned nutritionist that, like me is an omega 3 nerd, and has a passion for guiding people in the fashion industry towards better health and healthier relationships with food. Her NPO The Be Well Collective is a wonderful organisation that does just this. What I like about it particularly is that it rapidly mov…
 
I have received so many messages in the last week or two from people who have found that they are starting to lose their way again as the headlines begin to tell tales of despair and uncertainty. These dark and challenging times are pulling many people off track and many of us are losing our commitment to a healthier lifestyle, and turning to old h…
 
Emily English is, in my opinion, the best up and coming nutritionist on the circuit at the moment. Her insight into nutrigenetics, epigenetic and nutritional biochemistry just blow me away, and it is not often I say that! In this fascinating session we cover the shortcomings of many common home tests, but also look at the level of clinical insight …
 
ME and Chronic Fatigue affect millions across the globe and the symptoms can be debilitating and life altering. But how do we even begin to to manage and improve this multi system and complex condition? This podcast explores they why's and the how's. Lauren Windas is a Nutritionist that specialises in working with this, and has a very personal expe…
 
This episode I am joined by Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Alan Desmond. We discuss the role that the gut microbiome plays in developing and supporting our immune system. We also discuss a few gut myths such as serotonin in the gut being unrelated to depression, and that gluten isn't a universal poison. We also take a few listener questions. Apol…
 
In this episode I am joined by Cardiologist and outspoken Nutritional Medicine advocate Dr Aseem Malhotra. A storm is brewing in the health of our nation. For a long time in burned quietly slowly causing more and more damage. Now that COVID 19 has hit we have started to get an acute awakening as to the true price of poor metabolic health - somethin…
 
I was recently interviewed on TV about Adele's dramatic recent weight loss, I didn't have all the information and misunderstood what she was actually doing. I wanted to set the record straight and invite my good friend and creator of the Sirtfood Diet (what she is ACTUALLY doing) Aidan Goggins onto the Podcast to tell us what this scientifically so…
 
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