Prelude Episode – COVID19
Hello and a VERY big welcome back to The Food Medic Podcast.
Before we dive into SEASON FOUR of the podcast, I wanted to record a prelude chatting about what has been going on in the world over the last few weeks and my experience working as a COVID19 doctor. Make sure to keep listening through to the end as I answer all the questions you sent in about COVID19 on social media.
Tune back in next time when we kick off the season with Dr Jessamy Hibberd who I sit down and chat to about Imposter Syndrome and what we can do about it.
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EPISODE 1 – Imposter Syndrome
On this episode, Dr Hazel sits down with clinical psychologist Dr Jessamy Hibberd and author of The Imposter Cure, to chat all about imposter syndrome…
Do you ever feel as though, any moment now, you are going to be found out?
Do you ever feel that you’ve fooled people into thinking you’re better than you are?
Do you feel you have to work extra hard to avoid people finding out about this truth?
Do you feel that most of your accomplishments are really down to luck or being in the right place at the right time?
If you answered yes to some or all of these questions, it’s likely you’re experiencing imposter syndrome. The good news is you are not alone and it doesn’t have to be this way! Dr Jessamy explains why on this weeks episode.
[please note: this episode was recorded LIVE at the Life Lessons Festival at the beginning of 2020 prior to social distancing measures]
EPISODE 2 – The Power Hour
On this weeks episode we’re joined by the incredible Adrienne Herbet – Master Trainer & Performance Coach, passionate Runner, host – and now AUTHOR – of The Power Hour Podcast.
She is the ultimate voice and embodiment of inspiration, encouragement and motivation – and she’s also an incredible mum to her son, Jude. I’m also lucky enough to call her a friend.
I’m often asked how to get started in fitness, how to stay motivated, how to find time to do it and how to reach your goals, both in training and in life – and the one woman who came to my mind, as the perfect person for this episode, was Adrienne.
EPISODE 3 – Periods 101 and the menopause
On this (highly requested) episode, we’re joined by GP, Dr Philippa Kaye. It’s a jam-packed episode covering everything to do with periods – what is normal, what is abnormal, what is irregular, how heavy is too heavy – and also the peri-menopause and menopause.
EPISODE 4 – women are not small men
On this episode, Dr Hazel sits down with Dr Stacy Sims – an Environmental Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist specialising in sex differences. She is also author of the book ROAR: a comprehensive, physiology-based nutrition and training guide specifically designed for active women.
In this episode they cover:
- Training around your period
- How women compare to men in exercise performance – and in recovery
- Fuelling training throughout the lifespan
- Gut health