The atomic science behind what you eat
Are we looking at health and wellbeing the wrong way?
In this episode, Fiona Tuck, a wellness expert who often writes for Huffington Post, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, and Body and Soul, takes me through how she thinks that the majority of health conditions can be traced back to nutritional deficiencies.
Fiona Tuck is known as the ‘myth buster’ for health and she does not hold back in this episode. We go through the investigative approach to health and wellbeing, looking at the science behind certain foods and HOW they affect our body.
We deep dive into ways to recognise early warning health signs, intermittent fasting and energy. If you want to understand your body better, then this episode is for you!
In this episode, you will learn:
- 9:03 Coffee. Is it good or bad for you?
- 15:09 Is your food as nutritious as you think it is?
- 20:59 The medicinal benefits of food
- 24:35 Fasting, detoxing, and overconsumption of food
- 44:46 How food affects moods
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