Radhi Devlukia-Shetty: Discipline, personalised nutrition, and Tesco trips
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A disciplined lifestyle isn’t restrictive, it’s freeing. That’s how dietician, nutritionist, and plant-based cook Radhi Devlukia-Shetty feels about the habits, boundaries, and guidelines she's implemented. They allow her to be in control, rather than outside factors controlling how she lives.   In this chat with Fearne, Radhi explains why committing to something – and following through – increases self-worth as it proves you can trust yourself. Trusting your instincts is something she wants you to be doing more of when it comes to nourishing food in particular. They chat through some practical ways to transition into eating more plant-based food, especially by using spices that invigorate and give you energy.   Plus, why is it important to check your own mental health when you realise you’re gossiping about other people...?   Radhi’s recipe book, JoyFull, is out now. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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