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Food For Thought is brought to you by Rhiannon Lambert, the UK's leading Nutritionist, founder of private Harley Street clinic Rhitrition and bestselling author of Re-Nourish - A Simple Way to Eat Well. On a mission to simplify wellness, Rhiannon’s Food For Thought podcast will equip you with all the evidence-based advice you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle. She is joined by special guests, all of whom can be considered experts in the world of wellbeing, so that together we can ...
 
From waking up one perfect morning to going to sleep at the end of a perfect day, some well-known people take us through various favourite moments of their lives. They take us on their favourite walk, they relive a favourite gig, share the number-one meal they would cook for friends, watch their favourite-ever show on TV, revealing inner secrets that even those closest to them might not know.
 
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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 a…
 
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 a…
 
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 …
 
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 wi…
 
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…
 
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 devise…
 
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…
 
Something so many of us are after is confidence. While some seem to be born with it or fake it until they make it, it just doesn’t come easy to so many people. Something that is becoming increasing prevalent is a lack of self-assurance and with this insecurity, but we can change this, by realising your true worth and finding faith in yourself! This…
 
Please know that bloating is 100% natural and happens to us all. However, it really can be troubling for many who experience especially painful symptoms as well as suffering from IBS. This week’s Food For Thought sees registered dietitian and Rhitrition’s very own gut health specialist Kaitlin Colucci and I delve deep into digestion and explore how…
 
We all know the benefits of exercise, yet why at times can it be so hard to commit to it or to see the results we want? Well, something we need to think about is our whole approach to exercise in order to be able to reap the benefits of working out and do what is right for our physical and mental health. This week’s Food For Thought see trainer Ste…
 
The number of vegans in the UK has quadrupled in recent years, yet turning plant-based can still be daunting for many. Thankfully, the smallest of adjustments can lead to big changes to your health and that of the planet’s too! This week’s Food For Thought sees zero waste chef and author Max La Manna and I breathe new energy into the plant-based li…
 
Almost half of all Brits have tried to lose weight at some point, with the figure rising to as high as 57% for just women. And almost two-thirds of dieters say that they are pretty much on a diet ‘all or most of the time’. This week’s Food For Thought sees trainee Health Psychologist Joe O’Brien and I explore how to develop sustainable weight-loss …
 
This week we thought we'd have a little catch up between the two of us. Things feel quite heavy at the moment and it's important to check in with your loved ones, so we did just that in this open and honest chat with a few giggles along the way. Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/kitchenclubpodcast Follow us: @KitchenClubPodcast @SarahMalcs - w…
 
Dr Rupy Aujla AKA The Doctor’s Kitchen is a medical doctor specialising in General Practice and Emergency Medicine, author, podcaster and firm believer in the power of food and lifestyle change as medicine. His philosophy is to use flavour and celebrate our cultural diversity to make healthy lifestyles enjoyable and deliciously accessible to everyo…
 
Richie Norton is an ex-rugby player turned yoga teacher, xpt trainer, coach and nature lover. We speak to Richie about nutrition for optimal performance, gender stereotypes within yoga and the holistic world and the power of a daily dose of nature. Find out more about Richie: @RichieNorton_ www.thestrengthtemple.co.uk/home Support the Podcast on Pa…
 
Poppy is a trained horticulturist and regenerative grower, on a mission to inspire people to engage with and connect to the natural world. Poppy teaches people how to grow and forage their own food whilst living and eating consciously. She also advocates for those who are underrepresented and marginalised in the world of horticulture and environmen…
 
In this off the cuff episode, we have a debrief on what 2020 has brought us so far and what we've learnt amongst the chaos in this wild year. From adapting our businesses, to getting engaged and married and all the highs and lows that have come in between. To support the podcast and receive the recipes from the season, head to our patreon page: htt…
 
Kimberley is a Chartered Psychologist, author and visiting lecturer working in private practice in central London. Her philosophy of Whole Body Mental Health is a comprehensive approach to mental health care; integrating evidence-based nutrition and lifestyle factors with psychological therapy. Find out more about Kimberley: @FoodandPsych https://w…
 
Anyone who will tell you that hunger is just one of so many reasons that we eat and those with a tendency of emotional eating are especially vulnerable to making poor diet choices. If you’re an emotional eater, you may find yourself eating to deal with uncomfortable emotions, using food as a reward when you’re happy, and craving sweets or unhealthy…
 
Olivia Iasonos is a human design guide who helps people discover their purpose and unlock their unique blueprint to make empowering changes in their lives. We ask Olivia how can human design determine the way we live and she also tells us some very interesting truths about ourselves. Liv is very kindly offering Kitchen Club listeners 15% off Soul P…
 
Like it or not, most of us are aware of how we look. But it’s time understood how serious an impact can it have on our wellbeing and our mental health? In focusing on the positive things our bodies do, we can reframe our thoughts and boost our body confidence but it’s easier said than done isn’t it. This week’s Food For Thought sees journalist and …
 
Donna Lancaster is one of the Co-founders and facilitators of The Bridge Retreat and has been working with individuals, couples and groups for over twenty-five years. She originally trained as a social worker, specialising in child protection and worked extensively within this and related fields for ten years. Donna is passionate about the subject …
 
The global pandemic has meant we’re all much more aware of our health. And, with us all washing your hands with vigour, applying hand sanitiser all day long, scouring the supermarket ways to boost our immune system, it’s time we fully understood what works and what really doesn’t. This week’s Food For Thought sees Immunologist Dr Jenna Macciochi an…
 
Rhiannon is a Registered Nutritionist, best selling author and founder of leading Harley Street clinic Rhitrition. Through her qualified approach to nutrition, Rhiannon specialises in weight management, disordered eating, gut health, sports nutrition along with pre and post-natal nutrition. Find out more about Rhiannon: @Rhitrition https://rhitriti…
 
The number of diabetes cases is on the rise and not just in the UK but globally. While this is a startling fact, it is reassuring to know that we can prevent cases of type 2 diabetes and turn things around. Education as always can help dramatically with your prognosis as well as realising the importance your diet and movement can have in relation t…
 
Karen is the founder of The Happy Tummy Bakery school in East Sussex, where students are taught how to use food both as preventative and prescriptive medicine. Specialising in bread for people with digestive health issues, the school produces recipes to boost gut health, the immune system, the nervous system and mental health. Find out more about K…
 
Morning routines can be powerful and set our pattern for the rest of the day. With a worry- filled morning likely to flood into an anxious afternoon, starting the morning with intention may create a sense of calm and confidence that makes the rest of the day seem more manageable. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dave and Steve Flynn from The Happy…
 
Grace is a functional nutrition therapist, breathworker, podcaster, auricular acupuncturist and cold water swimmer. She works with clients to get to the root cause of their symptoms, using the healing power of food, mindset and lifestyle to bring about positive changes to their health. We speak to Grace about her big move to Cornwall, root cause me…
 
Given the bleak outcome of most diet efforts, we must ask ourselves: Do we really understand why we're going on a diet or why we eat the way we do? People eat for kinds of real reasons and they’re rarely just stress or comfort – they’re more powerful and psychologically deep reasons. This week’s Food For Thought sees consultant psychiatrist Sarah V…
 
The pandemic has taken its toll on all of us: whether you’re struggling to keep worries about the virus under control or have found yourself dealing with loneliness for the first time, most of us will have had our fair share of bad days. However, this has come with a newfound confidence to talk about how we feel about our mental health. This week’s…
 
It'll be no surprise that people who have desk jobs have a higher tendency to gain weight than an always-on-your-feet role. Deadlines, working from home and endless commitments can become all-consuming with convenience often driving our relationship with food, not forgetting all the baking we’re doing at home and snack draws. Thankfully, there are …
 
Many of us don’t stop to consider how much we’re drinking, and in a lot of cases it can be more than we realise. It can often be that trip to the doctor that forces you to really think about how much you’re consuming week on week. For some, this might just be the realisation that you’re actually drinking in excess with a reliance on alcohol that yo…
 
Navigating stress can be challenging at the best of times, now in the midst of a global pandemic with concerns for our health and finances we are all facing a new set of worries. Stress is ingrained in our world and day to day lives - while this might sound overwhelming if we learn to understand it we can then break the stress cycle. This week’s Fo…
 
We all know that regular physical activity is an important part of staying healthy. But whether you’re an avid gym goer, or prefer occasional workouts, our diet can have a huge impact on our goals and physical development. This week’s Food For Thought sees Nutritionist Daniel Davey and I explore the latest research in sports nutrition and how by ad…
 
With over 50% of the UK population either overweight or obese, it’s no wonder there’s so much interest in weight loss. And while weight loss is often considered healthy, if you gain the weight back and then lose it again over and over, it can become a vicious, and dangerous cycle of yo-yo dieting. This week’s Food For Thought with TV personality Vi…
 
Having a good night's sleep may seem impossible as a parent, but there are things you can do to make it a little easier. This Food For Thought on Motherhood sees Sleep Consultant Rosey Davidson and I delve into the secrets of how much sleep your really baby needs and how to develop the best bedtime routines. For more information, visit Rhitrition.c…
 
The concept of breastfeeding is simple – you offer boob to baby, baby latches, drinks milk for a while and then is done. Tummy full, happy baby! But simple does not always mean easy with some mother’s are not even given a choice. This episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood is with lactation consultant, paediatric feeding and swallowing specialis…
 
The first three months of a baby's life are like another trimester of pregnancy, because in many ways newborns are still gestating, even after they are born. For many mums, the fourth trimester is filled with both some of the highest highs, and the greatest challenges. In this episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood sees Dr Philippa Kaye and I un…
 
Deciding on the best childbirth option for you is such a personal decision and wherever you choose, the place should feel right for you. This episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood sees midwife Marie Louise and I explore where best to welcome your new baby into the world. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com and Instagram.com/Rhitrition. S…
 
Some of the initial symptoms of pregnancy are well-known and obvious: missing a period, morning sickness, tender boobs. But there are so many other symptoms that no one really tells you about, so when you experience them for yourself for the first time it can be unnecessarily worrying. This episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood sees Dr Stephani…
 
Expectant mothers have long been told to cut back on exercise and instead - rest up and relax throughout the journey. But with the countless benefits of exercise to our body and mind, this episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood sees Dr Sarah Murphy and I explore the latest evidence in fitness throughout pregnancy. For more information, visit Rhi…
 
All over the world, pregnant women are bombarded with opinions about what to eat and what to avoid. All too often, sound advice gets lost amidst pseudoscience and old wives. This episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood sees Registered Dietitian Nichola Ludlam-Raine and I sort fact from fiction and explore the latest evidence-based approach to ado…
 
If you're trying for a baby, a quick Google search of 'fertility foods' will bring up countless articles on so-called 'superfoods' and supplements that will boost your fertility and help you to conceive. But is there any truth to these articles? The first episode of Food For Thought on Motherhood sees Registered Dietitian Ro Huntriss and I explore …
 
Any parent will tell you that having children changes your life forever, in ways big and small. Not only does becoming a parent change your goals and priorities, it affects even small, everyday tasks like taking a shower! While being a mother is a precious gift, the reality of motherhood is undeniably exhausting. This week’s Food For Thought sees D…
 
Aging is a completely natural part of life but that doesn't mean it's always pleasant. If you're worried about losing your youthful looks, then you're not alone. Thankfully, there are plenty of things we can do to without destroying your bank account or getting surgery, like taking attentive care of your skin and changing up your lifestyle. This we…
 
Curbing the world’s huge and increasing appetite for meat is essential to avoid devastating climate change according to the United Nations. After all, agriculture, especially meat and dairy, accounts for 70% of global freshwater consumption, 38% of the total land use and 19% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. As plant-based eating becomes mor…
 
Periods happen to half the population – so why are they still treated as something to hide? With one in five young women bullied about periods, be it at home, school or work – I think it’s time to understand exactly what’s going on down there! In fact, our menstrual cycle is really helpful indicator to our overall health but with it being so, misin…
 
No matter your reasons for wanting to burn some body fat, focusing on getting there through healthy, manageable lifestyle measures is really important. While it’s not possible to lose fat on particular areas of your body, you can definitely work on lowering your overall body fat percentage. This week’s Food For Thought sees Nutritionist Faye Townse…
 
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