Episodes
Struggling to stick to a routine and find your mojo? Well, you’re not alone but there are endless options available to us that we can utilise to inspire ourselves to hit our exercise goals and to keep us accountable, elevating our fitness alongside supporting our mood and overall health. This week’s Food For Thought see personal trainer Bradley Simmonds and I discuss how we can get the most out of our workouts and continue to reach our evolving fitness goals. Plus for more information, visit...
Published 10/18/21
The relationship we have with food can be complex and, in many cases, much more so than you realise. I really do believe food should be seen as a source of enjoyment and nourishment but the truth is - it’s really not that simple. This week’s Food For Thought sees one of Rhitrition’s very own Registered Dietitians Sarah Elder and I delve into the complexities of disordered eating and how to improve your relationship with food. Should you be looking for help and support please visit...
Published 10/11/21
The environmental, health and ethical benefits of eating plant-based are beyond doubt but all too many still feel a bit intimidated by the idea. This week’s Food For Thought see Dr Gemma Newman and I discuss where to start and all the advice you need to make the transition without issue. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 10/04/21
Few career paths require as much resolve and commitment as becoming a fully qualified health professional and with so many listeners asking how to either become a nutritionist or just take a short course, this week’s Food For Thought with health and fitness journalist Rachel Hosie explores how to navigate the endless options available. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 09/27/21
It’s undeniable that looking after yourself starts from within, and we now know that a healthy gut really can transform your physical and mental wellbeing. This week’s Food For Thought sees Rhitrition’s very own Registered Dietitian Catherine Rabess and I uncover the surprising impact your gut has and how you can feed it what it needs to thrive. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 09/20/21
For decades we’ve been obsessed with calories, daily thoughts for many include how many have we eaten, are they all the same and should we be cutting them to lose weight. In nearly all instances this isn’t healthy behaviour, and we need to reshape our perspective when it comes to calories. This week’s Food For Thought sees the Giles Yeo and I deep dive into whether it’s time to let go of calorie counting or watch every one? For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and...
Published 09/13/21
If you’ve been looking at ways to lose weight then you’ve almost definitely come across the buzzword ‘metabolism’. Some say it’s like a switch that you can boost before seeing the pounds fall off, but science suggests otherwise. This week’s Food For Thought sees Registered Nutritionist Ryan Carter and I delve into what our metabolism really is and whether there is any truth to boosting it to help lose weight. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See...
Published 07/19/21
The moment you have a baby, life dramatically changes and as much as you may feel ready, let me tell you nothing quite prepares you! Ultimately, I think most parents want to know if there's something they could have done better, so this week’s Food For Thought sees Lucy Mecklenburgh and I have a really honest conversation around the realities of motherhood and how we can best support ourselves as well as children. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See...
Published 07/12/21
Nutrition advice has taken on a whole new urgency as people try to find the best diet for health and happiness as the world finally opens up again! With advice constantly changing, with competing, and even contradictory recommendations appearing from reputable sources, this week’s Food For Thought sees registered nutritionist Charlotte Radcliffe and I unearth the latest misinformation and sort fact from fiction once and for all! For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and...
Published 07/05/21
Whether we like it or not our brain is constantly thinking, influencing our every choice. As we begin to take on more responsibility and travel far beyond our front doors, finding our happy balance in everything will become challenging. This week’s Food For Thought mind and movement mentor Richie Norton and I explore how we can all tap into the power of positivity and transform the way we think and feel. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See...
Published 06/28/21
Have you ever tried to lose weight, worked really hard at it, but simply not seeing the results? With a whole multitude of factors that can influence your weight, not just your diet and exercise - this week’s Food For Thought sees dietitian Leanne Ward and I explore how you can achieve healthy weight loss and why we need to manage expectations. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 06/21/21
While social media is wonderful in so many ways, there's a sinister subsection that’s cause for concern. On any given day, you can find an alarming number of videos about food that lean into harmful dieting trends and often glorify unhealthy eating habits. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Joshua Wolrich and I explore how we can all improve our relationship with food from an evidence-based perspective. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See...
Published 06/14/21
The links between where we live or work, and our health and wellbeing are nothing new but applying wellness to our home environment are really beginning to gather momentum. With science confirming the likes of layout, daylight, nature, colour, air quality, ergonomics, scents and so much more all significantly influencing our wellbeing, this week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Clodagh Campbell and I identify ways in which we can make our personal spaces improve our physical and mental health. For...
Published 06/07/21
Losing weight is rarely easy — you need to find the mix of eating and lifestyle habits that are best for you. That said, there are some universal tips to follow and many of them aren't the ones you think you should be following. This week’s Food For Thought sees registered dietitian Nichola Ludlam-Raine and I explore how we can lose weight naturally. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 05/31/21
As many as one in four people globally will experience a mental health issue at some point in life. Mental health affects how you think, feel and act on a daily basis, as well as influences how you handle stress, make decisions and connect with others. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Emma Hepburn and I explore why we all should be adding mental health to the top of our priority list. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See acast.com/privacy for...
Published 05/24/21
The benefits of exercising are indisputable, but for all sorts of reasons we might not be getting the results we want. While we can think that we’ve got a regime down to a T, there are so many factors affecting our performance and ultimately our physical health too. This week’s Food For Thought sees trainer, Sohee Lee and I explore the mistakes we could be making when it comes to exercise, and how we can alter these to transform our fitness. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and...
Published 05/17/21
Whether you know it or not, you'll probably be eating soya today. It's reportedly in 60% of all packaged foods, from cheese to ice cream, baby formula to biscuits. In many cases, soya foods increases the protein content of meat products and replaces meat altogether in vegetarian and vegan foods. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Mark Messina and I explore whether it should really carry a health warning? For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See...
Published 05/10/21
We live in a society that never stops, with endless opportunities and constant expectations.The divide between work and free time has rapidly become off-kilter, affecting a multitude of factors including our physical and mental health. This week’s Food For Thought sees Grace Beverley and I discuss the ultimate work/life balance. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Published 05/03/21
Chances are you’ve tried dieting at some point in your life and might have lost some weight but for how long? It’s a vicious cycle I see happen time and time again in my Rhitrition clinic. The approach to dieting is all too often extreme and restrictive, with the promise of quick results. This week’s Food For Thought sees registered dietitian and author Ilana Muhlstein and I explore the foods we can all eat which could encourage sustainable weight loss and support our health for the long...
Published 04/12/21
Hormones can have profound effects on our mental, physical and emotional health. They play such a key role in managing the likes of our appetite, weight and psychology. So, if wondering why you don’t feel quite yourself, it might be time to understand exactly how hormones influence how you really feel. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Shireen and I deep dive into what hormones really are and whether you really can harness your hormones. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and...
Published 04/05/21
Misconceptions and unsustainable diets make the prospect of eating healthy an unrealistic goal but it really doesn’t need to be the case! While knowing how to eat well has become unnecessarily confusing - the truth couldn’t be simpler. This week’s Food For Thought sees Registered Dietitian Charlie Watson and I explore how to enjoy a healthier diet and what we can do to make better choices. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition.   See acast.com/privacy for...
Published 03/29/21
Food and cooking over the years has become so much more exciting and interest has exploded in this area. The last year has perhaps seen us cooking at home more than ever. There can become a time though when we reach a limit and inspiration comes to a standstill, but there is always so much to love about food and the endless creativity that comes with it. This week’s Food For Thought sees two-star Michelin chef Michel Roux Jr and I explore what it takes to reach the top in your profession, his...
Published 03/22/21
Relationships with food have become complex and in some cases obsessive. In times of uncertainty, it’s little wonder a surge in disordered eating has damaged relationships with food. Thankfully, we all have the power to rebuild and change our approach and shun diets for good. This week’s Food For Thought sees one of our own Registered Nutritionists at Rhitrition Sophie Bertrand! We’re exploring the principles behind anti-dieting approaches to help you fall back in love with eating. For more...
Published 03/15/21
We’ve all been there, quickly popping to the shops to pick up a few essentials and come out laden with food products, many of which we didn’t actually need. You’d think we’d learn after this has happened a couple of times, especially with not wanting food to go to waste and to help reduce our spending. The thing is supermarkets have cleverly devised ways to encourage us to buy more than necessary time and time again. This week’s Food For Thought sees TV presenter and author Chris Bavin and I...
Published 03/08/21
Social media influencers poor nutrition and health advice 8 times out of 9 - that's according to Glasgow University who studied self-appointed wellness 'experts' with more than 80,000 followers! With a minefield of supposedly authoritative resources each providing their own take on a nutritional education, it's little wonder confusion is rising and our health is suffering. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dietitian Lyndi Cohen and I delve into the worse nutrition advice out there to help you...
Published 03/01/21