In this episode, I interview psychologist Dr Jessica Browne. Jessica is currently a research fellow at The Australian Centre for Behavioural Research in Diabetes. At this year’s annual scientific meeting, she will be presenting on a case-controlled analysis of young adults with diabetes, in relation to mental health and self care. Through her research, she has found that young adults have unique challenges to face when dealing with diabetes throughout their life.
I cover how to manage type 2 diabetes with nutrition and exercise. In particular, I discuss the glycemic index and what types of food to look out for when managing your blood sugars, and how exercise is beneficial to diabetic control.
Associate Professor Anthony Lowe, chief executive officer from Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, joins me on the show to talk to us about prostate cancer. I cover more on men’s health, in particular testicular cancer and general health. I also play my latest Periscope segment, on why it’s important to have self-compassion, if you want to lose weight.
In this episode, Mia Jay is back to talk to us about childhood obesity. Katrina Mills evaluates the Gwyneth Paltrow diet in her hot or not diet review and I cover the health benefits of chia seeds.
In this episode, I interview May Jay from Mia’s health, about how workplaces can keep their employees happy and healthy. Hannah Brown, is back with her Quirky Food Facts about apples, and I cover How To Spot a Fad Diet.
In this episode, Katrina and I talk about our experience at a workshop we attended called the #sugarconundrum.
Advanced dietitian, Leigh Reeve, joins me on the show to talk about why kids need breakfast. For more detailed information access the Cereal4Brekkie website. You can connect with Cereal4Brekkie on Facebook & Twitter.
To finish up, I share with you one of my periscope segments, where I tackle a really difficult topic; learning how to quit.