Your health is fundamentally linked to your diet. Optimising your health is more to do with what’s on your plate than what you do for exercise. As a lecturer in nutrition and culinary science and former doctor, I’m passionate about sharing knowledge. That’s why I’ve developed a range of science backed nutrition courses, that are based on ‘fact not fiction’. Start one of my nutrition video courses today and I will guide you to realise your health goals, enabling you to eat for health.
I was also commissioned to design and write a unique degree for the ‘chef of the future’, combining nutrition, health and culinary skills, in the first of its kind in the UK.
“The content of this degree will set the benchmark for the ‘chef of the future’ and this is the exact type of qualification that we want our employees to have.”Ben Creek, Director of Operations UK & Ireland, Food+ by Compass for Google
Invited guest on Dr Orlena Kerek’s podcast. Dr Orelna is a pediatric doctor turned health and weight loss coach. She teaches busy mums to lead a healthy life style so that they can feel fit and fabulous.
I talked with Lisa about diet and the menopause with practical tips on how to improve your bone and cardiovascular health, and tips.
Great to chat again with Dr Orlena about but this time on the importance of nutrition and what to eat during pregnancy.
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Have you seen my Free Resources designed to give you a general frame work for your nutritional needs. I know how difficult it can be to eat healthily, and also find credible dietary information. There are guides for trying for a baby, pregnancy, breastfeeding, polycystic ovary syndrome and menopause.
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