• Doctor in the House

    There have been so many things come up in recent weeks that I have intended to blog about, but the time just seems to disappear.

    I recently took a weeks holiday with my mother in a cottage in the Cotswolds and as a result saw TV programmes that I would not usually watch.

    I was very interested to see an interview with a Dr Rangan Chatterjee. He was talking about a TV series that he was involved with called Doctor in the House. I have not come across a GP in the UK who shares my thoughts and beliefs about ill health, so it was refreshing to hear him speak about his mission to help people feel fantastic by restoring them to opitmal health without the use of unnecessary drugs.

    The TV programme is on a Monday evening, the second of the series is to be shown tonight. I watched last weeks with interest but was left feeling a little disappointed, as having heard his interview and him speak about the lady who featured on last weeks show, it was obvious that a great deal of information had been cut from the final showing.

    However, it is still worth a watch and it is encouraging that he is now involved in some way with the teaching process of GP's, whom he says are not taught to look for the root cause of a health issue.

    We share the belief, although I do not have his medical training, that health issues arise when there is an imbalance in our lives, when our body is suffering stress in some way, most often by toxins of some sort, whether this comes from our emotions, our environment, our food or our lifestyle and all areas need to be looked at and addressed.


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