INTUITIVE EATING EXPLAINED | HOW TO START & IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU? Ft. Renee McGregor
Intuitive eating explained! All you need to know on how to start intuitive eating and whether it’s the right approach for you!
8th January, 2019
ITV – How fitness trackers & social media are affecting people with eating disorders
Many people long for a healthy lifestyle, but health experts are warning fitness apps and weight loss trackers, such as Fitbit and MyFitnessPal, are fuelling eating disorders among vulnerable people.
2nd March, 2018
Head Talks – Letting Go of the Fear of Foods
Nutritionist Renee McGregor says that eating disorders aren’t about food, they’re about control. They may start innocently enough. But for someone who has an unhealthy relationship with food, their own inner critic is constantly cracking the whip.
13th February, 2018
BBC Radio 5 Live – The Emma Barnett Show
In this talk Renee discusses veganism and how it can sometimes be used as a method to remove food groups and thus disguise an eating disorder such as Orthorexia.
January 16th, 2018
Talks at Google – Orthorexia: When Health Eating Goes Bad
In this talk Renee discusses the confusion around how best to nourish ourselves especially with so many restrictive diets crowding the bookshop shelves, social media and online.
13th February, 2018
BBC – Orthorexia: My ‘healthy food’ eating disorder.
Eloise du Luart discusses how she developed an unhealthy relationship with food and the effects of Orthorexia.
3rd December 2017
Natacha Oceane – Importance of the Menstrual Cycle for Health
In this talk Renee chats with Natacha Oceane about the importance of the menstrual cycle and the effects of diet and exercise on its function.
1st October, 2017
Conversation with Asics Frontrunner UK Community Manager
In this talk Renee discusses all things exercise and nutrition with Holly Rush, Olympic Athlete and Asics Frontrunner UK Community Manager.
1st September, 2017
Renee McGregor – What are the Signs of Orthorexia?
In this short talk Renee discusses the signs of Orthorexia and introduces her new book, Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Goes Bad.