#47: Making Nutrition Simple with Amelia Freer


View #47: Making Nutrition Simple with Amelia Freer

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Today on the podcast I welcome Nutritional Therapist, Amelia Freer.

Amelia embarked on a career in nutrition after years of struggling with her own diet and now uses her expertise to transform the lives of her clients and readers. Amongst her success stories are famous names such as Victoria Beckham, James Corden and Sam Smith. Amelia takes a scientific and holistic approach with clients and is vehemently against fad diets and exaggerated food marketing hype

On the episode today, we talk through the following areas:

  • Simplifying Food and how Amelia has focussed her recipes on reducing the stress involved in cooking
  • Dealing with negativity online and being the subject of public shaming
  • How Amelia’s practice has evolved and what things she has changed in her practice
  • How failure/change is inevitable throughout your career
  • Embracing culinary hacks, parenthood

 

Make sure you check out the recipe I made for Amelia too on The Doctor’s Kitchen YouTube Channel

And remember to check out Amelia Freer on her website and social media pages too by following the links on the page here, and also have a look at Amelia’s new book – Simply Good For You – by clicking this link.

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Summary

“Maybe it’s okay that we just simplify it down, of course there are some people who might have more specific needs and who need to be more careful, but I just don’t believe that nutrition and healthy eating should take away the joy of a good meal, and the joy that we can get from eating good food.  And that doesn’t mean that we have to be a Michelin starred chef”.

Amelia Freer

 

What another superb guest and a fantastic conversation – I really hope that you enjoyed listening to this episode as much as I did recording it with Amelia.  What a great opportunity to have an in-depth conversation about nutrition and I love being able to share these conversations with you.

And do let me know on social media of any other guests that you would like to see on the pod or topics that you’d like to see covered and discussed – we’re here to help you to get the best out of these podcasts as you possibly can!

 

Check out the YouTube video and recipe with Amelia here:

 


Guest: Amelia Freer

AMELIA FREER FdSc, Dip ION, is an experienced Nutritional Therapist. Graduating from the Institute of Optimum Nutrition in 2007 with a 4yr Diploma in Nutritional Therapy, she has furthered her education with leading professional bodies, including the Institute for Functional Medicine. Amelia embarked on a career in nutrition after years of struggling with her own diet and now uses her expertise to transform the lives of her clients and readers. Amongst her success stories are famous names such as Victoria Beckham, James Corden and Sam Smith. Amelia takes a scientific and holistic approach with clients and is vehemently against fad diets and exaggerated food marketing hype. Amelia is the bestselling author of Nourish & Glow: The 10-Day Plan, Eat. Nourish. Glow and Cook. Nourish. Glow and her latest book Simply Good For You is the perfect book for busy people looking for simple, tasty and nutritious meals.

Simply Good For You by Amelia Freer is available to buy now:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Simply-Good-You-bursting-goodness/dp/0241414687


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