Hands up if you’ve ever experienced a forehead-meets-keyboard moment late in the afternoon before necking back another coffee or Diet Coke?
Or maybe you haven’t eaten since breakfast – unless you count the biscuits in the 2pm meeting, or the breath mint you had in the taxi heading home.
Living like this, it’s easy to role play any (or all) of the seven dysfunctional dwarves: Cranky, Listless, Angry, Twitchy, Shaky, Sleepless and the long-named one: About-to-Effing-Lose-it.
In the last episode of MoxieCast, we talked food mindset with Daniel Thomas Hind (tune in HERE).
Today we get really practical with Rhiannon Lambert, a Harley Street nutritionist specialising in weight management, eating disorders, and sport’s nutrition. She’s also the author of Re-Nourish: A Simple Way To Eat Well.
We’ve created a laser session (19 min) to help you get some tips that you can action right away.
Food affects your mood, people!
Even if your lifestyle isn’t high-octane and your diet is pretty good, there’s still plenty of goodies in this episode for you (like the tip about frozen raspberries – who knew?)
- Coffee – Is it off limits? How and when to drink it so you don’t get all twitchy
- What to stash in your bag to stave off energy crashes
- What to stock in your cupboards at home
- What to do if there’s only chocolate and croissants available, and you’re hungry…
- Breakfasts of champions (including a surprising smoothie ingredient that’s a game-changer!)
- How to avoid those afternoon face-plants in your keyboard
You can’t have life lift-off if you’re not properly fuelled. Fact.
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Quotes by Rhiannon:
“You can really feel incredible once you start to master how food can help you when you are that busy.”
“If all you can get is a chocolate bar or croissant on the go…that is not the end of the world.”
“If you drink a cup of coffee on an empty stomach, you’re then inducing more stress onto your body.”
Rhiannon Lambert is registered with the Association for Nutrition (AFN) and has a first-class Bachelor (BSc) degree in Nutrition and Health and a Master’s (MSc) degree in Obesity, Risks, and Prevention. She is a Master Practitioner in Eating Disorders and Obesity. Rhiannon’s qualified approach to nutrition and total dedication to her clients’ needs has allowed her to work with some of the world’s most influential people.