Big Feed Up HQ Podcast

A mixture of nutritional nuggets and lifestyle hacks

Episode 7

A 3 part series where I explore gut health.

Specifically intestinal membrane pearmeability / autoimmunity / inflammation / tips to ‘heal the gut’ / foodie ideas.

Part 1 of 3

This episode touches on starting ‘upstream’ per say and identifying the inflammatory trigger.

I cover some simple chat on the immune system all wrapped up in an easy format for your ears on your commute.

As always speak to me and give me feedback.

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Episode 6

Very simply Jamie will be the point of call on this podcast for all things exercise / movement / personal training / group training based.

We will release short little episodes encapsulating all of the above and diving in deep with topics that you want us to cover.

So if you listen to this and like it, reach out and ask us what you would like to hear more of in terms of training and movement.

Find Jamie at: @laujkb

Episode 5

Such a pleasure speaking with this man.

Effortless to have a conversation with and this chat provides a rare insight into what it is like being an adventure photographer.

In terms of photography we covered:

Refining gear overtime
Being an adventure photographer
Bens work
Staying true to your own style
Engagement with the person

Highly recommend Bens website:
www.benreadphotography.com
His Instagram
@benreadphoto

His recommendation in terms of favourite person to look into:
1. Robert Capa – search for his work during war
@sixstreetunder – on instagram

Episode 4

Tamara Lunger, climbing in Siberia at -40C, the highs and lows of a professional alpinist.
Tamara is a friend and a mentor of mine.
She is a professional alpinist and in a time where so many people label themselves as an ‘athlete’ on social media, she actually embodies that title.
Tamara cuts through all of the dros in this episode and breaks things down to the bare bones regarding what it is actually like being a full time ‘adventurer.’
Previously she has been a client of mine nutritionally, we worked together in preparation for one of her expeditions in Pakistan and we met at The Mountain Festival ran by The North Face in Switzerland a couple of years ago.
We caught up over this awesome interview and covered her recent expedition to Siberia and her upcoming challenge ski touring 200km (with a 85,000 vertical metre climb overall.)
Super inspiring stuff you must take a few minutes out of your day and listen to this one.
She is such a ledge.
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Episode 3

Diving deep into a solo pod here.
I hope you enjoy, in essence one of the reasons I wanted to create a podcast in the first place was to dump information onto it after a busy working week as a nutritionist.
Plus speak about the ‘state of play’ of the ‘nutritionist infrasurecture’ at the moment.
As we all know sports nutrition is a new and very dynamic field, social media has allowed so many people to wade in and deliver nutrition ‘advice’ on mass.
I have added nutritional therapy in the last few years to my nutritional toolbox and it has been interested what I am learning and having access to now as a practitioner.
Anyway as always please share, subscribe on I tunes and give me feedback on here and in person.

Episode 2

My good friend Jamie and I sat down to a strong coffee and a strong conversation regarding personal training, group training and the elite training environment.

Jamie has a background in rugby strength and conditioning as well as playing rugby out on the Honk Kong 7s circuit.
For all of you Crossfit cats Jamie has competed at regionals which is absolutely mega.
He is based in London now as a free lance personal training and owner of the The Training Lab. You can catch Jamie @laujkb on Instagram.
We learn how conciencious Jamie is as a PT and I learn a so much every time we get together.
As always please share subscribe on I tunes and give me feedback on here and in person.

Episode 1

Hello lovely people, moving straight into it let me introduce my new podcast.

Now this started with posting simple recipes and cheeky videos online, now I want to delve a little deeper and provide you all with awesome content and interviews.

Initially Big Feed Up HQ embodied sharing my experiences in the kitchen with friends and family creating easy eats with whole food based ingredients (You can find a little library of recipes on my site if you click here).

So far I have received positive feedback with the content on Instagram which is awesome and I want to go deeper. A podcast format allows me to speak about my relationship with food, recipes I often use and meals I am keen to create. I can talk about more than just nutrition for example exercise, mental health and  overall wellness. Additionally it allows me to interview other people and dig into their past experiences, what they are working on, learning about and implementing in terms of overall wellness.

So with that all in mind let me introduce my first guest Joe.

Joe runs a company called Motion Nutrition

www.motionnutrition.com

We met through a mutual friend and in this episode we delve into supplementation and saunas. Joe used to be a competitive swimmer and he explains the shift into now running his own business and building a supplement / food product brand. At the start of the episode we briefly touch on saunas and our own experiences of sitting in heat in order to benefit our physical recovery and our mental states. Currently I like to do at least 30 minutes a week in the sauna and come out a a minute or 2 in a cold shower straight away. As always with these kinds of things I am not touting medical advice and always seek your GP before undertaking any kind of ‘new’ nutritional or training or recovery regime. Search for Dr Rhonda Patrick if you are keen on more information on Sauna use.