Founded by Registered Nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert, Rhitrition is a leading private nutrition clinic specialising in weight management, disordered eating, gut health, sports nutrition along with pre and post-natal nutrition.
Our approach will empower you to embrace a healthy way of living through the food you enjoy and the life you lead. Whether you’re striving to lose, gain or maintain weight, we can set you on the right track and monitor your progress. You needn’t be worried about hard to commit to and complicated plans, we’re of the firm belief that getting back to basics and keeping nutrition simple is the easiest way to maintain a healthy mind and body.
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.
Most of us are foodies. Food brings us together, and gives us comfort. But have you ever stopped to think whether your relationship with food is healthy?WATCH NOW
In this part handbook and part recipe book, Re-Nourish: A Simple Way To Eat Well shares Rhiannon's food philosophy that is grounded in scientific evidence.
Following the structure of a session with Rhiannon at her Harley Street clinic, Rhitrition, discover the foundations for a happy, healthy relationship with eating and gain the confidence you need to create delicious nourishing meals with her Re-Nourish Menu.BUY NOW
Instead of wishing for overnight success, consider your path to healthy eating and an enriched mind and body as a journey, where a basic education is the key to taking that first step and staying on the right track.
After all, if you don’t know how or why you’ve got somewhere, how can you expect to stay there?
Sleep is the time we take to relax and repair our bodies; it is something we all need and gives us energy for the next day1,2. There is no set amount that everyone must have, but it is generally found that adults require six to nine hours of sleep every night3,4. Not having enough sleep [&hellipVIEW Article
There is now significant evidence to suggest that looking after our gut is an integral part of maintaining good overall health. In particular, we must nourish the trillions of microorganisms that form the intestinal microbiota. There are over 1000 different species of bacteria living in the colon that perform essential functions in our bodies (1). [&hellipVIEW Article
Individuals competing in endurance events frequently notice gastrointestinal (GI) distress with common features including nausea, flatulence, bloating and stomach pain.1 Depending on the criteria of symptomology used along with research methodology, the prevalence of GI distress during exercise has been estimated in 30-90% of athletes.2 Such symptoms can be defined as ‘exercise-induced gastrointestinal syndrome’ which [&hellipVIEW Article
The term IBS has become fairly mainstream but what do we mean by IBS, what causes it, and what treatment options are available? Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is the most common type of functional gastrointestinal disease. Many reports suggest a global prevalence of 10-15%, whilst more recent epidemiological studies suggest that the occurrence could be [&hellipVIEW Article
Many of us struggle with getting a good night’s sleep and for some COVID-19 has made this worse, ultimately having a huge effect on our daily lives, routines and consequently our sleep-wake cycle. Our sleep-wake cycle is one of the most well-known circadian rhythms and is essentially a daily pattern that determines the time we [&hellipVIEW Article
Polycystic ovaries syndrome (PCOS) affects millions of women worldwide, with an estimated prevalence of 1 in 10 women in the UK1,2. It is an endocrine syndrome which can cause problems to our menstrual cycle and fertility3,4. While we cannot cure PCOS, dietary and lifestyle changes can help relieve the symptoms1,5. Periods and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). [&hellipVIEW Article
Our bodies really are as unique as our personalities, so each of us should strive to find a way of eating that works for us individually.
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