100: My Story

My Story

Episode 100: I can't believe it, but we have hit episode 100! As part of this show I decided to answer questions that listeners have about me and my life. I cover my early life in Sydney and moving to the UK, struggling with insecurities in my teenage years and 20s, my thoughts on religion and psychedelics, my eating habits and relationship with food, my ways for coping with stress and lots more. This is by far the most open I've been about me and my life, so I hope you enjoy it.  Here’s what I talk about in this podcast episode: 3:20 Want to work with me? 5:55 Growing … [Read more...]

Being Evidence-Based

Being Evidence-Based

The field of health and nutrition is filled with buzzwords. Some of them, like diets, come and go; while others are more eternal. One buzzword I’ve seen a lot of over the last couple of years is “evidence-based” or “science-based”. It’s something that many practitioners claim to be. The basic idea this term is meant to convey is that this practitioner does their research and looks into the science before making any claims. Or that when making a statement, they can back it up with some study or collection of studies. It’s meant to distance themselves from the “wellness” crowd, who make … [Read more...]

099: My New Health App Called Tummy

Tummy

Episode 099: It's another instalment of Real Health Radio and on this week's show I'm talking about my new health app called Tummy. I cover how the app came to be and why it’s different to what else is out there. I explain everything it does and why it can be so helpful. I go through where we’d like to take it and what the vision Tummy is. And I also going to give you a chance to try it out for free for a limited time. Here’s what I talk about in this podcast episode: 4:00 My early days of practicing nutrition 6:40 Starting to use a food log with clients 11:55 How I met … [Read more...]

098: Food Prep, Organisation and Snack Ideas

Food Prep, Organisation and Snack Suggestions

Episode 098: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. On this week's show we're looking at how you can be more organised and prepare healthy snacks and meals, even when time is limited. We look at what constitutes healthy food, meal timing and frequency. We chat about how habits and environmental factors can impact on what you eat. And I provide suggestions on shopping, batching cooking, quick meal ideas, snack suggestions, and much more.  Here’s what I talk about in this podcast episode: 1:00 What would you like to know about me? 6:45 What is healthy food? 13:30 The role … [Read more...]

Leaky Gut

  If you’ve spent any length of time reading about health and nutrition, you’ve probably come across the idea of “leaky gut”. But while you may have heard the term before, what does it really mean? It’s an issue that is linked to the small intestine. The small intestine is where the majority of your food is digested and absorbed. The stomach starts the process of digestion, but the small intestine completes this work. Then anything that can’t be digested is passed onto the colon (also known as the large intestine) to either be used as food for the bacteria that resides there or … [Read more...]

097: Interview With Brian St. Pierre

Brian St. Pierre

Episode 097: Welcome back to Real Health Radio. On this week's show I'm sitting down with another guest and it's Brian St. Pierre. Brian is the Director of Performance Nutrition at Precision Nutrition, working with a host of fitness professionals and professional sports teams including the San Antonio Spurs, Cleveland Browns, and more.  Prior to his work with Precision Nutrition, Brian worked for three years at Cressey Sports Performance as the head Sports Nutritionist and as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, working with hundreds of athletes and recreational exercisers of all types. … [Read more...]

Tummy Webinar

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Go here if you want to find out more information about Tummy. If you would are a practitioner or an individual and would like to try out Tummy for free, please email info@seven-health.com. … [Read more...]