Learn the small steps you can take to live a healthier life, with the BBC’s Dr Rangan Chatterjee.
We all know there’s more we can do to live longer, healthier and happier lives. We know we should eat more vegetables, take up exercise, stop drinking or smoking, and sleep longer — but in a world where health advice seems endless and contradictory, making practical changes that actually help us to better control our health can seem impossible.
This evening class with Dr Rangan Chatterjee will present an incredibly simple framework for living better and longer. Rangan is the resident doctor of BBC One’s Breakfast and author of The 4 Pillar Plan and The Stress Solution, and he will take you through the small, easily achievable changes you can make in your life, ensuring you find and maintain good health — and avoid illness.
Suitable for anyone who has ever thought they could do more to ensure good health and longevity, this course is based on cutting-edge research and Rangan’s own experience as a GP. It covers everything from how to design your morning routine effectively, tips for cutting back on technology use, the importance of eating the alphabet and introducing diet diversity, and ways of combating loneliness.
The four pillars of health: diet, relaxation, sleep and movement
Making small, easily achievable changes to find and maintain good health
The four steps to reset your body: purpose, relationships, body and mind
Presenting simple and achievable interventions to help you reset your life, and offering simple tools for coping with modern life
Dr Rangan Chatterjee is one of the most influential doctors in the UK and is changing the way that we look at illness. He is known for taking a 360-degree approach to health, which was highlighted in his groundbreaking BBC TV show, Doctor in the House, and in his first book, The 4 Pillar Plan. He is also the author of The Stress Solution, the resident doctor on BBC One’s Breakfast, a regular commentator on BBC Radio, and the host of his own chart-topping podcast, Feel Better Live More.
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