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Food For Thought

English, Fitness / Keep-fit, 17 seasons, 190 episodes, 6 days 7 hours 47 minutes
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 learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest versions of ourselves with trusted, expert advice. For more information, please visit and follow @Rhitrition.
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Fuelling Life In The Spotlight

In today's episode of Food for Thought, we are honoured to have the illustrious musical theatre star and international icon, Kerry Ellis. Renowned as the Queen of the West End, Kerry's impressive career spans a multitude of leading roles and her talents extend beyond the theatre stage, boasting four studio albums and an upcoming tour. In this episode, we delve into Kerry's early life and reflect on her time at Laine Theatre Arts, where she shares insights into the pressures students faced to conform to a certain appearance. Experience the magic of Kerry’s stage performances and discover the heartwarming friendship between Kerry and Queen guitarist Brian May. Kerry describes her transformed perspective on diet and nutrition and its impact on performance endurance. Explore the role of food in her journey and how a mindful approach has enhanced her on-stage capabilities. Tune in to gain profound insight into the realities of the performing arts and Kerry's individual journey — a tale of p
26/02/202450 minutes 51 seconds
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Deal with Stress and Anxiety

The modern ways of life have drastically affected our work-life balance and stressors, causing many to experience burnout. With 9 in 10 adults in the UK experiencing high or extreme stress in the past year and 1 in 5 needing to take time off work due to poor mental health caused by pressure or stress, we must focus on challenging the causes of chronic stress across society and preventing burnout. In this captivating episode, I am joined by the remarkable psychotherapist and best selling author, Anna Mathur, to discover how to conquer stress & anxiety with insights that could transform your life. Join us as we explore the reality of burnout, the secrets of true relaxation, the role of social media in preventing us from switching off and the root causes of explosive emotions. Shedding light on the realities of parenting in the digital age and the mental benefits of sobriety, Anna shares her expertise on many of the modern difficulties we face, offering valuable sol
19/02/20241 hour 39 seconds
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Food and Mood

Did you know that the food we eat has a direct impact on our mood? This is because certain nutrients have direct effects on brain function and neurotransmitter production. In this fascinating episode, we’re exploring the intriguing connection between what we eat and our mood. Join me and Harvard-trained psychiatrist, chef, and nutrition specialist, Dr. Uma Naidoo as we delve into the Gut-Brain Connection. Discover the mood-enhancing foods to include in your diet, unravel the power of fibre for brain health and learn how meal timing and nutrients can influence mental health disorders like PTSD and ADHD. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
12/02/202451 minutes 39 seconds
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Managing Fame & Body Image

Did you know that 1 in 4 males suffer from an eating disorder? During the pandemic, the number of eating disorder counselling sessions supplied to men and boys increased by 113%. This is according to BEAT, the UK eating disorder charity. The quest for the perfect masculine body can influence attitude towards diet and exercise, which can quickly escalate into unhealthy behaviour. Join us in the latest Food for Thought episode as we sit down with James McVey, the incredibly talented guitarist and vocalist of the multi-award winning band, The Vamps. In a raw and vulnerable conversation, James opens up about his personal battle with body image and an eating disorder that went unnoticed, shedding light on the often-overlooked topic of male eating disorders and the lack of representation in mainstream media. From the challenges and triumphs of fame to his time in the jungle on "I'm a Celeb," this episode delves into the many parts of James’s
05/02/202457 minutes 13 seconds
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Take Your Holiday Seriously

It will save your life…Unlock the secrets to a longer life with Dr. Marianne Trent. Shockingly, 50% of employed adults in the UK don't utilise their annual leave, with 42% experiencing work-related stress during holidays and 46% still working while off-duty. Dive into the psychological effects of skipping annual breaks and discover how setting boundaries, avoiding burnout, and unplugging can contribute to a longer, healthier life. In a recent survey, 79% agreed that taking a break is beneficial for mental health. Join us in emphasising the importance of taking holidays seriously – because your well-being deserves priority. Hosted on Acast. See for more information.
25/01/202440 minutes 37 seconds
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Women in Sport

In this incredibly inspiring episode join us as Tia Toomey, six-time CrossFit Games champion and author of ‘The Heart is the Strongest Muscle’, shares her journey into fitness and competing. Today's episode is full of inspiring stories of how hard work and heart-felt determination can lead you to the outcomes you’ve always dreamed of.&nbsp;We delve into the struggles faced by many when dealing with societal pressure to ‘bounce back’ after giving birth,&nbsp;how the landscape in women’s sports is changing for the better, how Tia navigates diet and health during training periods for sustained energy and performance,&nbsp;the empowering message behind her new book,&nbsp;how Tia progressed into the CrossFit champion she is today, and&nbsp;the importance of resilience to face challenges head-on, fuelled by determination!Plus for more information, visit&nbsp;,&nbsp;<a href="h
22/01/202459 minutes 29 seconds
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Deliciously Ella

We're back for Season 17 with a brilliant episode as Ella Mills, the force behind Deliciously Ella, delves into her journey of shaking up the food scene. In a candid conversation, Ella confronts the preconceptions about veganism and dishes out the rich flavours of her plant-based life.&nbsp;Plus for more information, visit&nbsp;,&nbsp;,&nbsp;,&nbsp;; Hosted on Acast. See for more information.</
15/01/20241 hour 22 seconds