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Pixie Turner and Nikki Stamp
In Bad Taste
Join nutritionist Pixie Turner and cardiothoracic surgeon Nikki Stamp as we cast a critical eye over health documentaries, and the claims they make.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 486 ratings
Calorie and macro talk
Although I really like the purpose of this show, I would like to suggest to the hosts that they avoid talking about calories. As someone recovering from an ED, I felt triggered by their discussion about weight gain and its correlation to eating macronutrients and calories in excess. I know it...Read full review »
Amandasignori via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/17/21
Great show!
Great debunking of various kinds of stupid health advice by a nutritionist and a medical doctor. Done with lots of fun and giggle, so it's not dry and boring.Read full review »
tutmarie via Apple Podcasts · Denmark · 04/08/21
Thank you!
To both Nikki & Pixie. I’ve been listening to the series for a few months now; it came at the right time as I returned to studying. I wasn’t sure what I was going to end up doing when I began & this podcast has deadset helped form my path. I now understand I know nothing & this is the...Read full review »
jmo8588 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 04/06/21
Recent Episodes
Everyone loves to do their research or do an experiment but what exactly does an experiment look like? And is Damon’s so-called experiment worth your time and energy? Follow Pixie Turner @pixienutrition on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Follow Dr Nikki Stamp @drnikkistamp on Instagram | Twitter...
Published 04/27/21
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Published 04/20/21
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Published 04/13/21
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