BBC Radio 4 today at 1230 and on iplayer afterwards. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b09wr9q9 Doctor's Orders: Getting Tomorrow's Medics Cooking The Food Programme The NHS is at crisis point. Despite the diet books, the fitness videos, the health bloggers, in 2016, Public Health England estimated that Illness associated with lifestyle costs the NHS £11 billion every year. But are we missing something obvious? Could we bring down the cost to the taxpayer, reduce pressure on the health system, with simple advice on what we should eat and drink when we go to see our GP? More at link. More info here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-43504125 We learn nothing about nutrition, claim medical students (There are some good, well-informed and well-known doctors featured.) A leading GP estimated that up to 80% of his patients had conditions linked to lifestyle and diet. These included obesity, type 2 diabetes and depression.