The Podcast

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.


The Biggest Fitness Mistakes

The benefits of exercising are indisputable, but for all sorts of reasons we might not be getting the results we want. While we can think that we’ve got a regime down to a T, there are so many factors affecting our performance and ultimately our physical health too. This week’s Food For Thought sees trainer, Sohee Lee and I explore the mistakes we could be making when it comes to exercise, and how we can alter these to transform our fitness.


Is Soy Healthy Or Helpful

Whether you know it or not, you’ll probably be eating soya today. It’s reportedly in 60% of all packaged foods, from cheese to ice cream, baby formula to biscuits. In many cases, soya foods increases the protein content of meat products and replaces meat altogether in vegetarian and vegan foods. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Mark Messina and I explore whether it should really carry a health warning?


Achieve More, Stress Less

We live in a society that never stops, with endless opportunities and constant expectations.The divide between work and free time has rapidly become off-kilter, affecting a multitude of factors including our physical and mental health. This week’s Food For Thought sees Grace Beverley and I discuss the ultimate work/life balance.


Eat Your Way To Weight Los‪s‬

Chances are you’ve tried dieting at some point in your life and might have lost some weight but for how long? It’s a vicious cycle I see happen time and time again in my Rhitrition clinic. The approach to dieting is all too often extreme and restrictive, with the promise of quick results. This week’s Food For Thought sees registered dietitian and author Ilana Muhlstein and I explore the foods we can all eat which could encourage sustainable weight loss and support our health for the long term.


Harness Your Hormones

Hormones can have profound effects on our mental, physical and emotional health. They play such a key role in managing the likes of our appetite, weight and psychology. So, if wondering why you don’t feel quite yourself, it might be time to understand exactly how hormones influence how you really feel. This week’s Food For Thought sees Dr Anjali and I deep dive into what hormones really are and whether you really can harness your hormones.


Nutrition You Can Trus‪t‬

Misconceptions and unsustainable diets make the prospect of eating healthy an unrealistic goal but it really doesn’t need to be the case! While knowing how to eat well has become unnecessarily confusing – the truth couldn’t be simpler. This week’s Food For Thought sees Registered Dietitian Charlie Watson and I explore how to enjoy a healthier diet and what we can do to make better choices.


The MasterChef Die‪t‬

Food and cooking over the years has become so much more exciting and interest has exploded in this area. The last year has perhaps seen us cooking at home more than ever. There can become a time though when we reach a limit and inspiration comes to a standstill, but there is always so much to love about food and the endless creativity that comes with it. This week’s Food For Thought sees two-star Michelin chef Michel Roux Jr and I explore what it takes to reach the top in your profession, his career thus far and what is still to come.


Stop Dieting With Intuitive Eating

Relationships with food have become complex and in some cases obsessive. In times of uncertainty, it’s little wonder a surge in disordered eating has damaged relationships with food. Thankfully, we all have the power to rebuild and change our approach and shun diets for good. This week’s Food For Thought sees one of our own Registered Nutritionists at Rhitrition Sophie Bertrand! We’re exploring the principles behind anti-dieting approaches to help you fall back in love with eating.


Supermarkets’ Dirty Tricks

We’ve all been there, quickly popping to the shops to pick up a few essentials and come out laden with food products, many of which we didn’t actually need. You’d think we’d learn after this has happened a couple of times, especially with not wanting food to go to waste and to help reduce our spending. The thing is supermarkets have cleverly devised ways to encourage us to buy more than necessary time and time again. This week’s Food For Thought sees TV presenter and author Chris Bavin and I examine the psychology that goes into our shopping and suggest how we can all become better buyers.