Enduring Health

By Dr. Shan Hussain

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In this Podcast, we talk about natural approaches to achieving optimal health, well-being, energy and vitality. We talk to several different health and wellness experts from around the world, and also hear personal stories from inspiring people who have overcome debilitating illnesses through lifestyle approaches. Throughout the episodes, we share simple, practical steps that almost anyone can take to help reach their health goals as fast as possible. Your Host Dr. Shan Hussain is an author, general practitioner, health coach, wellness adviser and ambassador to the World Health Innovation Summit. Get in touch with us here: www.thehealthstudio.net To support our show, please visit: www.patreon.com/enduringhealth (Disclaimer - The content from the Podcast is not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a primary care doctor. Please regularly consult with your doctor in matters relating to your health, particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or immediate medical attention. The creators of this Podcast do not assume any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by the choice to implement any of the health strategies discussed.)

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#007 How To Lose 26 Pounds In Six Weeks - Carb Dodging with Dr. Dan Maggs
00:42:16

Welcome back to another episode of Enduring Health with your host Dr. Shan Hussain. In this week's episode Shan interviews TV doctor and founder of Carb Dodging, Dr. Dan Maggs. They talk through the journey of how Dan made small changes in his life and diet to drastically improve his health and wellbeing. The conversation takes them from Dan’s background to how he came to found Carb Dodging. Learn how you can help to improve your health and wellbeing with some simple lifestyle changes.

Key Takeaways

“Something changed when I went skiing. I saw a man spooning butter into his coffee.” Dan was always taught at medical school how saturated fats were really bad for us and spoke to this gentleman about his diet, but ended up learning about how weight loss is less about calories, and more about insulin.

“Having A Low Carb-High Fat Diet really helped me.” After 6 weeks of this diet, Dan felt more energised and because it felt different to the other diets, he continued with it. He lost an incredible 23 kg in six months, and a total of 30kg to date.

“Are doctors taught effectively about nutrition? There were certainly lectures around malnutrition but never to the same degree about good nutrition.” Dan highlights that doctors need to spend more time in prevention and less on firefighting illness. Nutrition is a great place to start.

“We need a global change to dietary approaches.” There are serious forces against good nutrition in the case of big business and pharmacy who have billion dollar advertising budgets. But there seems to be a change in mindset and a creation of a movement at the moment. There are improvements that can be made, and with better diets we can stop certain medications including statins.

Some people just need more help and education. Dan highlights how this can be difficult within his day to day job. So he started writing an internet course, and feels the internet will be a massive disrupter in this area through sharing of information.

Dan is working with a recipe creator in developing nutritious meals that are all low in carbohydrates.

Best Moments:

‘50% of what you learn in medical school changes by the time your graduate.’

‘I tried every almost diet going.’

‘Weight loss is less about calories and more about hormones.’ ‘Don’t fear the fat.’

‘The National Health Service is more like a national illness service.’ ‘I wish that we as doctors could be having that nutrition conversation with patients.’

‘Always keep things as simple as possible.’

‘Higher cholesterol in older patients may be positive according to some research.’

‘We have to rediscover our cooking skills again.’

‘We are in absolute control of what goes into the pan if we home cook.’

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.

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About The Guest

In this episode, I speak with Dr. Dan Maggs, general practitioner, television doctor and founder of Carb Dodging, helping people live longer, leaner, healthier lives.

Dan struggled with his weight throughout his life and by the time he qualified as a GP in his early 30s, he was officially obese. Despite feeling embarrassed about this (“after all, who wants to take advice from an fat doctor!”) he had tried all the standard advice on weight loss without any lasting effect.

A chance encounter in 2016 led Dan to look at weight loss in an entirely different way. Within 6 months he’d normalised his weight and changed his view of medicine as a whole. He now hopes to help others have the same life-changing transformation by sharing his knowledge via his YouTube channel and his website www.carbdodging.com.

Dan describes his experience through medical school, explaining how the half-life of our medical knowledge is rapidly falling in light of so many advances in science and medicine. He talks about a simple approach that he took after learning more about insulin, carbohydrates and essential fatty acids that enabled him to release 26lbs (12kg) of excess weight in just six weeks.

Whilst Dan is a qualified doctor, the information here is not a substitute for the medical advice of your general practitioner. Please regularly consult with your physician in matters relating to your health, particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or immediate medical attention.

Due to the variance of individuals’ lifestyles and bodies, the methods elaborated on here are not guaranteed to produce your desired result; therefore, the podcast creators, host and guest do not assume any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by the choice to implement any of the described health strategies.

All opinions are our own and not representative of any other institution, organisation or governing body.

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Dan can be contacted through @drdanmaggs on all social media. Web Links:

www.carbdoding.com

www.youtube.com/drdanmaggs

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Dec 12, 2018
#006 Surviving Cancer With Mark Bryant
00:43:16

In today’s episode of the Enduring Health Podcast, our guest, Mark Bryant, the CEO of Energise Academy, lets us into his secret on how he beat cancer. Mark was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia. Since then, he decided he wants to take control of his health, not only for himself but also his family. And after seeing immense progress in his health ever since, he also wants to share how he did it to you.

One of the takeaways from the discussion is to focus on a healthy natural approach regarding your diet and lifestyle. Of course, this isn’t a substitute for the medical advice for your doctor, but this is always an excellent add-on to your medications. You can improve your quality of life by choosing to stay away from toxins, eating natural foods, and exercising daily.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • His healing journey:
    • Physical – eating healthy foods, removing toxins by cleansing, doing sensible exercise, having good restorative rest, hydrate, taking supplements
  • Dr Shan believes that stress is one of the root causes of non-genetic diseases. It’s best that we learn how to manage and release stress when it comes. Having a healthy lifestyle can help.
  • What tough decisions did Mark make?
    • Choosing to make the holistic approach: changing his lifestyle
    • Wanting to stay with his doctor in the UK rather than get treatments in the US
  • Don’t just stick into medical procedures, also explore what the natural approach can offer. There are limitations that medications can achieve. Having a positive mindset, healthy diet & lifestyle can significantly help.
  • Mark started Energise Academy to accompany people in their different journeys, not necessarily through illnesses. People can also directly experience on healthy diet & lifestyle.

BEST MOMENTS

  • “We gotta mimic some of those communities that have got a high number of centenarians… It’s looking at how we can make almost the lifestyle choices they get naturally in their environment.”
  • “When somebody believes they will get well, they will get well. Those people with a positive mindset tend to recover faster.”
  • “Sometimes, NO is a complete sentence.”

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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.

ABOUT THE GUEST

Back in 2015, Mark Bryant went from being a successful CEO to suddenly receiving a cancer diagnosis with an outlook of six months. At the age of 37, he embarked upon one of the most toxic cancer treatments humans are exposed to, a full intensity stem cell transplant involving high dose chemotherapy and full body radiotherapy.

To support his recovery, he began a journey of education around natural health, exploring nutrition, fitness and stress control, and he began to realise how he had played a significant part in creating this cancer.

Three years later, Mark is in remission and has also founded the Energise Academy to help share what he has learned on his journey in the hope that it will enrich the lives of others. His goal is to provide the guidance and support to over 1 million families within the next 3 years.

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Dec 05, 2018
#005 Exploring Mother Nature's Diet With Karl Whitfield
01:36:17

You’ve bought every diet book, studied every ingredient of your food, and followed every step in the recipe, but nothing is happening – you’re not losing weight and still feeling weak.

It’s time to learn about the 12 Core Principles of Mother Nature’s Diet in today’s episode of the Enduring Health Podcast. Dr Shan talks to Karl Whitfield, the CEO of Mother Nature’s Diet. Before Karl became satisfied with his healthy diet & lifestyle, he also was following what the ‘experts’ in the media are telling.

So, what worked for him? It’s important to note that what works for him might not work for you. What he advises you to do is to learn about the 12 Core Principles, try them out, and stick with what works for you. As they, one size does not fit all! Alongside a healthy natural diet, a good lifestyle also is helpful. Stay away from vices, toxins, and other negativities. Do physical activities every day and learn to enjoy them.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Managing stress better is the key to maintain better health & well-being. When you’re stressed, your immune system goes into a state where it tries to fight everything.
  • According to Karl, we are living in a tidal wave of auto-immune conditions. It can be attributed to our inner environment. Generally, we’re eating a diet higher in unnatural substances.
  • The 12 Cores of Mother Nature’s Diet are not specific. Karl suggests to try them out and observe what works for you. One size does not fit all.
  • Group 1: Taking out the things that aren’t serving you.
    • Refined sugar is a mild poison. It contains anti-nutrient substances.
  • Group 2: Consume natural foods.
  • Group 3: Spend time outdoors and get a dose of sunshine.
  • The healthcare & nutrition industry should agree on the things that people should eat and shouldn’t eat. The contradicting claims around the media are making the people confused. So, they resort to not caring at all most of the time.

BEST MOMENTS

  • “When I teach people about healthy living… I’m not the credentialed expert in that way; I’m the guy with the life experience that actually did it.”
  • “It’s different for everyone depending on where there’s starting from, what their end goals are & that unique person’s makeup history genetic.”
  • “You’ll die faster if you eat nothing but sugar than if you allow yourself to starve to death.”
  • “Find something you do enjoy and enjoy doing it daily.”
  • “Weight loss isn’t always a physical problem; sometimes, it’s an emotional problem.”
  • “Stay away from your dementors… Avoid them, they’re not good for your energy.”

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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.

ABOUT THE GUEST

“Take your health seriously, before something serious takes your health.”

Mother Nature's Diet was started by Karl Whitfield in 2011, borne out of a combination of his passion for healthy living, his own personal health transformation and his frustration with the endless confusion and complexity that pervades the worlds of weight loss, health and well-being.

Karl fought with excess weight for over 20 years, yo-yo dieting in and out of obesity for two decades. He smoked for 20 years, was a heavy drinker for 26 years and suffered nasal conditions and skin conditions that had him taking prescription medications for 17 years.

Karl turned his poor health around, lost 101 pounds of fat (that's 46 kilos, or 7 stone 3), quit smoking and drinking, cleaned up his life, came off his medications, cured his own health problems and became passionately obsessed with all things health and nutrition. He got fit, ran a dozen marathons, became a qualified Personal Trainer and read over 840 books and research papers on all aspects of health, disease prevention, nutrition, ageing and longevity.

In all that reading, it was Karl's frustration at the mass of seemingly-contradictory opinions on almost every aspect of health and fitness, that led him to develop the 12 Core Principles of Mother Nature's Diet.

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Dec 05, 2018
#004 How to Avoid Becoming a Sick Statistic - Discovering The Primal Cure with Steve Bennett
00:53:13

It’s better to understand everything about food first rather than follow what everyone else is telling you to eat.

This episode of the Enduring Health Podcast features an interview with Steve Bennett, serial entrepreneur, author and founder of Primal Cure TV, the UK’s only televised health channel.

Steve shares his personal journey from obesity to successfully losing over 40lbs in a few months after discovering a natural approach to health as documented in his new book “The Primal Cure”. He quickly developed a passionate interest and fascination around all matters relating to health after realising that much of the conventional advice we receive around health is inaccurate.

Steve's describes how we can drastically reduce our chances of suffering from diabetes, heart disease and mental illness by adopting a simple holistic approach to health, wellbeing and happiness.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Steve believes he’s being cheated by the system. No matter how much he follows every way of losing fat – exercising, competing in sports, etc., he remained overweight.
    • “Big companies have an obligation to their shareholders to make profit… Your obligation is to maximise profit regardless of health.”
  • It’s diet, environment, and lifestyle that affects our health. Have a good diet. Avoid toxins as much as you can. Live as natural as you can. Do mindful breathing.
  • It’s not true that it’s bad for your health that you skip meals or do fasting. When the body’s not eating, the body goes into a self-repairing state. Metabolism actually speeds up to make sure we eat the next day.
    • If you’re planning to do any kind of fasting, make sure to consult your doctor.
  • Primal Cure is about allowing the body to do what it’s designed to do. Treat your body like a car so to make the engine run smoothly, you have to put in the right kind of fuel.
  • “The Primal Cure" will be published on 5th December 2018 and features an introduction from Sir Richard Branson, foreword by Dr
  • David Unwin and several endorsements by many practising doctors. To discover more about "The Primal Cure", please visit: https://bit.ly/2PK1uB4

BEST MOMENTS

  • “Eat what the body’s designed to eat, not what corporate organisations are trying to make you eat.”
  • “25 minutes of walking every day can add 7 years to your life.”
  • “We’re designed to miss meals. You’re designed to fast. How you choose how to fast should be around your lifestyle.”
  • “Think about what’s your body is designed to run on.”

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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.

ABOUT THE GUEST

Steve Bennett is the co-founder of Gems TV and the CEO of Primal Cure TV. Primal Cure is a natural approach towards healthy living just by looking at an individual’s diet and lifestyle. He is also the author of “The Primal Cure” which can help you attain a natural diet and lifestyle.

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Dr Shan Hussain

Steve Bennett

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Dec 05, 2018
#003 Overcoming Stress, Overwhelm And Burnout with Dr. Haidar Al-Hakim
01:04:57

When you’re in the healthcare sector, i.e. a doctor, you’re always on call and on shifting schedules with so many responsibilities. It becomes stressful. Unfortunately, no pill that can help you remove stress.

In this episode of the Enduring Health Podcast, I speak with The Third Eye Doctor, also known as Dr. Haidar Al-Hakim. Haidar has been relieving doctors of burnout for almost one and a half years now.

Haidar and I talk in a very candid manner about our own experiences of stress after working in healthcare for almost two decades each, and he describes several different approaches that people can quickly adapt to manage and avoid burnout. Remember that there’s a difference between releasing and escaping stress. Always choose to release stress whenever possible.

While enjoyable, please note this conversation may involve the use of language that has the potential to offend. If you are of fragile disposition concerning the use of profanities, please skip over this episode.

All opinions are our own and not representative of any other institution, organisation or governing body.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Haidar shares that despite all the trauma he experienced, the stress and challenges he faces as a doctor still surprises him sometimes.
  • It’s vital that there is someone who can help you get you the rough times – someone who can listen to your stories and push you to keep going.
  • You can be physically or psychologically burnt-out, but for Haidar, it was the spiritual burnout that’s difficult for him. His purpose and passion change in life.
  • Introspection is important to check in with your energy levels. You know the roots and causes of everything that’s happening internally & externally.
  • Exercise is a MUST. It’s not just to keep your body healthy and fit, but also to have clarity of mind. For Haidar, new ideas come whenever he’s, for example, on the treadmill. He gets so much inspiration after he does these kinds of physical activities.
  • “Humility is a powerful way to reduce stress and burnout. And the humbler you are, the more successful you are.” – Haidar
  • From a stressed-out senior registrar to the Third Eye Doctor. It wasn’t his purpose anymore to be in the field, then he got interested in being a life coach.

BEST MOMENTS

  • “We need to be self-aware. You need to be aware of your energy levels and aware of what the other person is doing to your energy levels. It does take a bit of practice of introspection.”
  • “Quality sleep is actually going to bed happy.”
  • “There’s no shame in apologising. What’s important is focusing on who you are and how you’re serving.”

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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.

ABOUT THE GUEST

Dr Haidar Al-Hakim is a practising ophthalmic surgeon who also provides coaching, mentorship, support and guidance for professionals experiencing stress-related health problems, overwhelm and burnout. He is the author of "Physician On Fire: How to Banish Burnout and Regain Control of Your Mind, Your Body, and Your Life in Just 30 Days” and he runs a successful practice in Knightsbridge, London.

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Dr Haidar Al-Hakim

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Dec 05, 2018
#002 The Future of Health And Social Care with Gareth Presch
00:35:53

This episode features an interview with Gareth Presch, CEO and Founder of The World Health Innovation Summit. We discuss how taking a salutogenic approach to person-centred health really is the key to supporting wellbeing across individuals, organisations and communities.

Gareth describes his story about how a single Tweet in 2014 led to a global movement today with the support of the United Nations to:

  1. Help grow our economies (globally, nationally and locally)
  2. Take pressures off our health and social services (staff and resources)
  3. Create healthier and happier populations (improve people’s health and wellbeing)
  4. Restore the balance to the environment
  5. Create equal and safe opportunities
  6. Support the most vulnerable people in our society

Aside from all these, discover also what’s the future for the World Health Innovation Summit. Gareth is excited to share their future plans to do more and reach more people.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What is the salutogenic approach? “Salutogenesis is Aaron Antonovsky’s health tier goals. In contrast to pathogenic, we look for wellness factors instead of risk.”
  • It started with a tweet. It was already 3 years ago when he tweeted and invited people if they would be interested in coming to Carlisle, Cumbria o share knowledge. He got a surprising response from the community.
  • World Health Innovation System (WHIS) is broken down into 5 areas: kids, workplace, elderly, technology, and environmental.
  • What do kids learn about health and wellness? Kids learn about looking after themselves and managing their emotions. There are so many programs that hone the physical health of kids, but this time, WHIS wanna concentrate on teaching kids be in touch & take care of their emotional side.
  • WHIS has become an international global movement which grew through social media. He prides on their business plan which helps them develop as an organisation. Also, 20% of their revenue is reinvested in the community directly.
  • What’s the future for WHIS? Gareth envisions them to be a global platform for health and social care. He wants WHIS to be worldwide-known in the next 5 years and continuously help people.

BEST MOMENTS

  • “Work with people that work well with you. Understand the concepts to join & help others in a collaborative way… The further you collaborate, the further you go.”
  • “The whole idea is to create new opportunities, generate income streams, and reinvest those income streams back to the community.”

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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.

ABOUT THE GUEST

Gareth Presch is a social entrepreneur who believes in sharing knowledge. He is the CEO and Founder of The World Health Innovation Summit (#WHIS) which aims to inspire, innovate, and share knowledge to improve healthcare while stimulating vibrant communities. He has experience working in public, private, and voluntary healthcare settings in the NHS and abroad. He is also the former Chief Officer of the National Haemophilia Council, a statutory body in Ireland.

He was the winner of the Carlisle Living Innovation award (2016), Special Recognition Award Zenith Global Healthcare (2016), and is the Leadership Fellow St. George’s House, Windsor Castle (UK).

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Dec 05, 2018
#001 Introduction to The Three Principles Of Enduring Health
00:46:06

It’s essential you create yourself a stress-free environment. Why so?

In the first-ever episode of the Enduring Health Podcast, learn from Dr Shan Hussain about the importance of social health alongside the physical and mental health of each. He also shares how his book, “The Big Prescription”, can help you have excellent overall health.

Learn the three simple principles that can help us to improve physical, mental and social health. We look at lifestyle factors from diet and exercise to mindfulness and environmental interactions, and how these can all potentially show up in our overall health and wellbeing. Our social environment is also what shapes who we are, especially our attitudes, behaviours, and beliefs.

The content is from an interview held by Steve Bennett, CEO of Primal Cure TV, and you can watch the full interview on our website www.thehealthstudio.net.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • The three areas that need to look for in our health are physical, mental, and social – basically your body, mind, and environment. If there’s an imbalance in one of the areas, our health can decline. We can prevent chronic diseases if we consider improving our environmental conditions.
  • Stress is NOT the problem; the problem is how we handle it. Switch to a healthier diet and lifestyle. Exercise and surround yourself with supportive people. Do mindful activities like meditation, cooking, reading, etc.
  • How do you avoid stress-free workplaces? You, yourself, should be conscious & responsible for how you respond or communicate with your co-workers. People easily detect the vibration of someone who’s continuously stressed or emotionally overwhelmed.
  • According to a Harvard Medical School Study conducted in 2013, 96% of senior leaders report burnout.
  • Dr Hussain recommends 7-9 hours of sleep. Having too little and too much sleep is bad for your health. He also suggests that you have a cut-off time on technology from 8 pm onwards.

BEST MOMENTS

  • “Only in maybe the last decade or two that mental health has really started to get the attention it deserves, and I think social health will be the one that people will start to talk about and really recognize how and who we’re interacting within our environment and how that shows up in our overall health and well-being.”
  • “Stress is associated with so many chronic conditions.”
  • “Great healthcare doesn’t start with doctors and nurses. It starts with the US and how we’re looking after ourselves.”
  • “Just taking a walk out in nature getting in the environment and just being present and mindful in that situation… That’s really the emphasis that I would want to give.”

VALUABLE RESOURCES

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

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Dec 05, 2018