Feeling a little out of place with your food? Confused with what you should or shouldn’t be eating? Restricting your diet and generally overwhelmed with what a healthy diet should look like or simply want to know more about nourishing your body with the right food? We catch up with renowned Harley Street nutritionist and author, Rhiannon Lambert to help you ‘Re-nourish your relationship with food’ in our first episode of the ALT/HEALTHY PODCAST.
EPISODE SUMMARY POINTS
- The principles behind Rhiannon’s best selling book ‘Rhitrition’
- Calorie counting and how you can lead a life without thinking of numbers
- The Importance of tuning in to your body and listening to it is the key to your nutrition
- How to remove restrictions
- Looking at industry phads and their facts
- How to stop guilt of shame around food
- How to stop the confusion and overwhelming content on nutrition.
- Re-looking at the definition of the word diet and looking at the different diets + bingeing
- A deeper look at the science behind fat cells and what happens when you Yo yo diets.
- Psychology of food choices and switching your mindset around your diet
- The role body image has in your nutrition choices
- The different triggers that affect our food choice
- The role stress has to play in your digestion
- Testing for food intolerances
- Your hormones and how food plays a role on their changes and balance
- The relationship between exercise and nutrition and what pre and post workout food is best to fuel and support your exercise
- Where and how to seek credible nutrition advice
- Looking at the vegan diet trend and it’s links to weight, digestion and energy and how to create a balanced vegan plate.
Rhiannon Lambert is a Nutritionist specialising in weight management, eating disorders and sports nutrition. She is the founder of Rhitrition, a leading Harley Street private clinic and author of Re-Nourish: A Simple Way To Eat Well. Registered with the Association for Nutrition (AFN), Rhiannon obtained a first-class Bachelor (BSc) degree in Nutrition and Health and a Master’s (MSc) degree in Obesity, Risks and Prevention. She is also a Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders and Obesity having obtained a Diploma approved by The British Psychological Society (BPS) from The National Centre For Eating Disorders.