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Author: Rhiannon Lambert

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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 learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest versions of ourselves with trusted, expert advice.
For more information, please visit Rhitrition.com and follow @Rhitrition.
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How To Lose Weight For Good

How To Lose Weight For Good

2019-08-1800:41:001

Diet culture has led us to believe that only a certain size is deemed 'acceptable', and that to get there we must restrict what we eat by creating certain rules and extreme measures surrounding our diets..But how can diets and extreme weight loss products work when we know that more than 50% of dieters put the weight they lost back on again, and often more than they even started with?!.And what's even more concerning is that losing weight too quickly can lead to some often worrying side effects. Joining me to discuss how to lose weight for good and how to do it safely is Registered Dietitian, Priya Tew. Priya and I explain how to go about weight loss in a healthier and more sustainable way, which involves maintaining a healthy relationship with food and not obsessing over numbers on the scale or in the form of calories. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Sleep Is Your Superpower

Sleep Is Your Superpower

2019-08-0400:59:461

We all love it, but rarely do we get enough of it. We’re told to aim for 8 or 9 hours of sleep each night, yet it’s estimated that the average Brit only gets around 5 or 6! Many of us de-prioritise sleep in favour of getting other things done, claiming ‘there just aren’t enough hours in the day’ and ‘I’ll sleep when I’m dead’! But ironically, sleep deprivation can negatively impact us physically and emotionally, so we need sleep to be a more productive, happier and healthier version of ourselves! I’m joined today by Dr Guy Meadows, a Sleep Physiologist and Clinical Director of The Sleep School, to find out more about why we need sleep. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
The Pursuit Of Happiness

The Pursuit Of Happiness

2019-07-2800:52:481

We are under so much pressure to be happy. The market has exploded with self help happiness books and we see post after post on Instagram telling us to live our lives to the full. In times of adversity we’re told to ‘keep our chin up’ and ‘turn that frown upside down’. But is it truly possible to be happy all the time? Are human emotions like sadness and anger to be avoided at all costs, or are they in fact a fundamental component of human nature? And how can we be told to be happy 24/7 when in the same breath we’re also told not to be ashamed of negative emotions? Either way, with depression rates at an all time high and stress levels surging, it seems we haven’t quite got happiness figured out. Today I’m here with Paul Dolan, Professor of Behavioural Science and expert on human behaviour and happiness, to understand what truly makes us happy.  For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Fertility Takes Two To Tango

Fertility Takes Two To Tango

2019-07-2100:51:132

As young women entering adulthood, we are constantly told how to not get pregnant. Contraception is drummed into us from a young age and the fear of a pregnancy scare is all too real! But what happens when we finally hit that tipping point of wanting to have a baby? With 1 in every 7 couples having difficulty conceiving and the majority of women now having babies later in life than ever before, at what point is it necessary to start considering alternative fertility options? And to what extent can nutrition play a role in helping us to conceive? Joining me to discuss the facts about fertility is Dr Zoe Williams, an NHS General Practitioner and resident Doctor on ITV’s This Morning show who in a previous life was none other than Amazon in the TV show, Gladiators! For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Can We Save Our Planet

Can We Save Our Planet

2019-07-1400:53:482

Our planet is in a state of crisis. Global warming is sending temperatures soaring to record highs, and ice is melting at an increasingly alarming rate. Ocean levels rose by 8 inches in the last century, putting small islands at risk of being completely wiped out. Natural disasters are intensifying, and whole species are at risk of extinction. What’s scary is that the world’s population is still growing and set to reach 9.8 billion by 2050, meaning there will be more lives to sustain than ever before. Joining me to discuss the impacts of climate change and whether there is still hope for our planet is UCL Geography Professor Mark Maslin who features in David Attenborough’s Climate Change documentary. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Should You Trust Your Doctor

Should You Trust Your Doctor

2019-07-0700:50:001

Going to the doctor isn’t most people’s favourite thing to do but they’re here to help us and whether it’s that embarrassing ingrown toenail or that contraception discussion you’ve been putting off for months – let me reassure that they have seen and heard it all, so there’s no need to be shy! Joining us today to help us better understand the most common conditions affecting all of us is Dr Sara Kayat, an NHS and Private General Practitioner and resident Doctor on ITV’s This Morning show. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Being ill or weak can really knock us for six. We often blame those around us for passing something on, or assume our diet is at fault or in some instances, thinking we have an allergy to something specific. But are these legitimate thoughts or is something else at play?! Joining me to sort fact from fiction is Dr Jenna Macciochi, an immunologist who specialises in understanding how nutrition and lifestyle interact with our immune system. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Living With Eating Disorders

Living With Eating Disorders

2019-06-2300:50:284

It is believed over 1.25 million people in the UK have an eating disorder and around 25% of those affected by an eating disorder are male. Eating disorders are complex with no one sole cause, but we know from research that individuals might be predisposed due to their genetic or biological make up. Although many eating disorders develop during adolescence, it is not at all unusual for people to develop eating disorders earlier or later in life, and can have devastating effects. But eating disorders are treatable with the right support and knowledge. Joining me to share her experience is Talia Cecchele, an experienced Registered Dietitian who has worked in inpatient eating disorder units and I’m proud to share works with me at Rhitrition in my Harley Street clinic. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
The Biggest Fitness Myths

The Biggest Fitness Myths

2019-06-1600:57:347

The fitness industry has exploded over the last few years. And with 1 in 4 women and 1 in 5 men in the UK deemed physically inactive and with lack of physical activity costing the NHS almost £1 billion a year, anything that encourages us to move our bodies more is certainly welcomed. But as with any booming industry, there are those who seek to exploit it which in part has led to so much confusion as well as unrealistic expectations in what we can achieve. Whether it’s that perfect six pack on magazine covers or gym instructors shouting at us for not burning off all the calories we ate over the weekend, have we taken things too far and lost sight of the purpose of exercise in the context of health and happiness? Do any of us really even understand how to exercise effectively? Joining me to help clear up some of the biggest fitness myths is Personal Trainer James Smith. For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition) .
Why Haven't We Cured Cancer?

Why Haven't We Cured Cancer?

2019-06-0900:54:033

Every two minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer, and it is predicted that one in two of us will be diagnosed at some point in our lives. But there is hope, with new pioneering ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, over the past 40 years survival has doubled and today half of us will survive the disease. Interestingly,  4 in 10 UK cancers are thought of as preventable through lifestyle changes, and although a healthy lifestyle doesn’t guarantee us a life free of illness, it certainly puts the odds in our favour! Joining me to unravel the causes of cancer and explore ways we may be able to prevent it is Dr Sam Godfrey from Cancer Research UK, who’s PhD in Biochemistry and Cancer immunotherapy makes him perfectly placed to share exactly why we haven’t cured cancer just yet! For more information, visit Rhitrition.com (http://rhitrition.com/) and Instagram.com/Rhitrition (http://instagram.com/Rhitrition)
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Comments (25)

Aliya Ghaznavi

So excited for the next season of Food for Thought!! I look forward to this podcast every week. I trust the reliability of the information and find it targets my interest in future study.

Aug 19th
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Lucy Harne

Absolutely love this podcast and increasing my knowledge of nutrition! It's so interesting to hear about various topics each week from experts in their field. I would definitely give it 5 stars! 🌟

Aug 12th
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Louise Rogers

My favourite episode yet. So much info. Just brilliant!!!

Aug 12th
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Aliya Ghaznavi

Love listening to this podcast each week. Although I, as an individual, may not relate to every topic, they are all so interesting and intellectually stimulating. Each episode, I learn something new about health and the world we live in 😄

Jul 23rd
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Kerry McLeod

Fantastic podcast! Thoroughly enjoyed it. Some very important points, addressing the many misconceptions around these debilitating illnesses.

Jun 26th
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Rachel Baker

I look forward to this podcast EVERY WEEK. I really appreciate that she gets on the best people in the field, rather than just influencers, who use solid facts and evidence based advice to inform us all. such a good podcast!!

Jun 19th
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Lucy Vaughan

I am obsessed with this podcast and cannot reccomend it enough! As a biologist myself I love the science based no nonsense approach in the sea of fad diets we see these days and it's really helped me both physically and mentally. 10/10 must listen!

Jun 8th
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Rebecca Eter

5* podcast and general all round person! thank you for changing everything I thought I knew about food! i feel so much more relaxed around food and I'm no scared to eat "naughty" food because now I realise there is no such thing! moderation, exercise and mental well being are the real focus now xx

Jun 6th
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Todd Watts

:)

May 25th
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Crystal Wright

I am very sceptical of a podcast that is promoting daily doctor (go) as our great resort of help .... Especially if it comes to cancer in times where we are forced to some treatments by false information and overuse of antibiotics

May 17th
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Natalie Williams

Rhiannon’s is the only podcast I have listened to. I follow her on Instagram and felt truly inspired by her posts, content and advice so thought I would give it a go. I always thought I had quite a good understanding of what and what not to eat but listening to her and her amazing guests I realise there is soooo much more to just eating right and it fascinates me. I’ve had my struggles with trying to find a healthy relationship with food but these podcasts are certainly inspirational. Can’t wait for the new series x ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

May 16th
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Natalie Williams

Rhiannon’s is the only podcast I have listened to. I follow her on Instagram and felt truly inspired by her posts, content and advice so thought I would give it a go. I always thought I had quite a good understanding of what and what not to eat but listening to her and her amazing guests I realise there is soooo much more to just eating right and it fascinates me. I’ve had my struggles with trying to find a healthy relationship with food but these podcasts are certainly inspirational. Can’t wait for the new series x

May 16th
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Kate Atherton

my favourite episode to date! Dr Aria speaks so much sense and made me even more passionate about the link between mind and body

May 14th
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Kate Atherton

Food for Thought is full of useful, important information broken down by her and her brilliant guests in a way that can be understood and enjoyed by everyone. As a trainee health psychologist myself I find it a really easy way to learn about the many issues that impact people on a daily basis and every time I listen my passion for health and wellbeing grows. Rhi really knows her stuff!

May 14th
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Sophie Wendes

I absolutely love this Podcast! Rhi has done an amazing job busting myths that are plugged by the wider media, and has come a long way to completely change my mindset around a healthy lifestyle and has helped motivate all those around me to become more concious about their nutrition and movement choices. You are having such an amazing impact on many lives 💕

May 14th
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Sally Louise Watts

I love Rhi's Podcasts. I listen to them while I run. i feel extra healthy then. getting fit whilst learnjng about nutrition. win win!

May 14th
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Andrew Miles

This is a really great listen! It's so informative and you know you're getting expert advice from Rhiannon Lambert. I couldn't recommend it highly enough.

Apr 29th
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Dawn Chapman

loved this and actually learned a lot thank you

Apr 23rd
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Maria Magdalena Sarzea

Good stuff! So helpful!

Apr 16th
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ONIST Food

Pleasure listening to this podcast! As a registered nutritionist I passionately believe that we need more no nonsense info like this out there. Food companies need to start taking responisibility for what and how they are promoting themselves.

Apr 11th
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