Dr Rangan Chatterjee is a Medical Doctor with over 16 years of experience, who treats his patients as individuals. He takes a 360 degree approach to health by focusing on his Four Pillars of Health.
He's also the star of the hit BBC1 series Doctor In The House.
Join us as I ask Dr Rangan:
* What are the four pillars of health he writes about?
* What is the latest research and thinking into low carb healthy fat diets?
* Is his holistic approach to health gaining traction in the UK and elsewhere?
Dr Rangan will also share:
* What he thinks is the most undervalued component of a healthy lifestyle.
* The three most valuable questions to ask yourself and your family every day.
* The importance of unprocessed foods.
* Tips to help us get better sleep.
Rangan is as enthusiastic about health as he is knowledgeable. It was so inspiring to hear thoughts such as these gems:
“It's the simple things you can do in your everyday lifestyle and are actually are achievable for every single person, that make not only the significant differences to health, they make the sustainable differences to health.”
“Sugar for me is simply about getting back to it being an occasional treat rather than an everyday norm.“
“We know kids need a bedtime routine to wind down in the evening. Why do we as adults think that we're any different?”
“Every single person has the right to good quality health information.”
To find out more about Rangan, visit https://drchatterjee.com/
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