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COVID-19 Side Effects/ Ep26: Why British obesity levels are leading to higher death rates with Covid 19? Dr Aseem Malhotra talks about obesity and why it’s not too late to change

[26 Mins]

Dr Aseem Malhotra is an NHS Consultant Cardiologist, and world renowned expert in the prevention, diagnosis and management of heart disease. He is a founding member of Action on Sugar and was the lead campaigner highlighting the harm caused by excess sugar consumption in the United Kingdom, particularly its role in type 2 diabetes and obesity. He is now advising the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock  about the links between obesity and metabolic syndrome and Covid-19 deaths.

I had the pleasure of talking with Aseem about the UK obesity crisis, the definitions of metabolic syndrome and why, in a very clear way, it’s not too late for us all.

[1 Min]  Tackling the root cause of the crisis, where it all began

[3 Mins 45] Reversing your risk factors, using diet

[4 Mins 30] What is metabolic syndrome?

[6 Mins] Matt Hancock vs. Boris Johnson – Covid wise

[8 Mins] The problem with Krispy Kreme donations

[13 Mins 30] Learning from tobacco regulations and the 3 A’s: Availability, Affordability and Acceptability

[15 Mins 30] If you’re obese, pre-diabetic or have Type 2 diabetic today; it’s not too late

[17 Mins 30] The Pioppi diet and Covid in Italy

[19 Mins] Work factors and metabolic health

[22 Mins] Matt Hancock asks for help

[24 Mins] The magic wand: The 4 week challenge

 

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Image credit: Aseem Malhotra

Find Dr Malhotra at  doctoraseem.com

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