Bitesize: Weight Loss 101
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by Rhiannon Lambert
2M ago
Dieting is often unsustainable, one analysis of 14 popular diet programmes found that weight loss was mostly reversed after 12 months. There are so many weight-loss plans to choose from and all too many people choosing to try them, but I want you to know that we don’t all respond to a one-size-fits-all diets in the same way. This final bitesize episode of Food For Thought gives you all the advice you need to know about weight loss and the sustainable measures to achieve it. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.c ..read more
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Bitesize: Better Brain Health
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by Rhiannon Lambert
2M ago
Whether we like it or not our mind is constantly occupied by thoughts, impacting how we feel and the choices we make. After the last couple of years, it’s more important than ever to check in on our loved ones but also ourselves – all too often we can forget the importance of looking after our own wellbeing. This week’s Food For Thought shares invaluable tips on how to support your mental health, optimise your days and how to find the best version of yourself. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.com/rhitritionp ..read more
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Bitesize: Gut Health Explained
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by Rhiannon Lambert
2M ago
Research indicates that as much as 70% of our immune system resides in the gastrointestinal tract and scientists have recently started exploring the mechanisms by which gut bacteria may influence the brain. This week’s Food For Thought showcases just how important our gut health is, how we can enhance it and cracking down on those digestive myths. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.com/rhitritionplus/. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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Bitesize: Achieve More & Be Happy
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by Rhiannon Lambert
3M ago
We all have moments where we find ourselves in the middle of things we’d rather not being doing, yet we must persevere, and the rewards will come in leaps and bounds. This week’s Food For Thought gives you some of the easiest tips and tricks to crank up your motivation, solve your stresses and elevate your happiness, so get it done and feel accomplished. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.com/rhitritionplus/. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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Bitesize: Take Control Of Your Diet
Food For Thought
by Rhiannon Lambert
3M ago
Adding, not eliminating food is key to a healthy diet, but concerningly more and more people are opting to cut out food groups often for weight or aesthetic goals. The reality however can be the opposite of your desires and lead to more serious consequences. This week’s Food For Thought deep dives into the endless benefits that food groups can have and urges us to understand why no food items should be shamed. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.com/rhitritionplus/. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for mo ..read more
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Bitesize: Maximise Your Workouts
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by Rhiannon Lambert
3M ago
We all know the endless benefits that exercise can have us on us physically and mentally but how we train, and fuel can make all the difference. This week’s Food For Thought covers all the essentials, from how you can perfect and elevate your workouts, aiding your performance through food, myth-bust fitness enhancers and how to even support your goals on rest days. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.com/rhitritionplus/. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information ..read more
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Bitesize: Why Calories Don't Count
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by Rhiannon Lambert
4M ago
The conversation about calories is constant, for one reason or another they are hitting the headlines the latest being the introduction of them listed on menus. Calories have been made into a complex and never-ending conversation, yet the facts are very simple. This week’s Food For Thought shares all the facts that you need to know about calories and highlights many of the misconceptions that we’re best to avoid. Plus for more information, visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, rhitritionplus.com and https://www.instagram.com/rhitritionplus/. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for ..read more
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Are You Addicted To Food
Food For Thought
by Rhiannon Lambert
10M ago
In a society where we are still so strongly influenced by diet culture it’s no wonder that people are trying to come up with alternative weight loss solutions. But is there a way that we can do this by adjusting the way we think about food and what we eat? This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Susan Peirce Thompson and I discuss how you can reframe your approach to eating and understand how our mindset can help with sustainable weight loss. Plus for more information visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, Rhitritionplus.com and Instagram.com/rhitritionplus See acast.com/privacy for priv ..read more
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Processed Vs. Ultra-Processed Food
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by Rhiannon Lambert
10M ago
Food in its natural form has been replaced by snacks and ready meals, many of which are perfectly balanced with sugar and fat, offering little nutritional value but designed to be exceptionally moreish. It’s no surprise then that in the UK we are now at a point where over half the food we buy is ultra-processed. This week’s Food For Thought sees registered nutritionist Jenny Rosborough and I explore the world of processed and ultra-processed foods, sorting fact from fiction so we can better understand the differences and how to manage them in our diet. Plus for more information visit Rhitritio ..read more
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Finding True Happiness
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by Rhiannon Lambert
10M ago
To support your health, we need to consider macro and micronutrient consumption so you can reach your optimal wellbeing. But to what extend do we need to concentrate on these to thrive or is there a point when it can be detrimental to our health? This week’s Food For Thought sees Performance Nutritionist Daniel Davey and I delve into what macronutrients and micronutrients are and the importance they play in our diet. Plus for more information visit Rhitrition.com, Instagram.com/Rhitrition, Rhitritionplus.com and Instagram.com/rhitritionplus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inform ..read more
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