Hazel Wallace is the doctor who launched her health and fitness blog The Food Medic in 2013 while she was earning her degree. The food and lifestyle blog started as a way for her to educate and inspire herself to become healthier.
On this episode, Dr Hazel sits down with Dr Stacy Sims - an Environmental Exercise Physiologist and Nutrition Scientist specializing 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*Supplements*Gut health
On this episode, Dr Hazel is joined by GP, Dr Philippa Kaye. On this highly requested episode, they cover everything to do with periods - what is normal, what is abnormal, what is irregular, how heavy is too heavy - and also the perimenopause and menopause. Let us know if you loved it by leaving a review and a 5 star rating - it really does help.
On this weeks episode of The Food Medic podcast, Dr Hazel chats to Master Trainer & Performance Coach, passionate Runner, and host of The Power Hour Podcast, Adrienne Herbert.This episode teaches you how to harness your own power hour, find and chase your goals, how to stay motivated, how to find time to do it and how to reach your full potential.
Welcome back to The Food Medic Podcast. 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. Please note: This episode was recorded LIVE at the life lessons festival at the beginning of 2020 prior to social distancing measures. Let us know if you loved it by leaving a review and a 5 star rating!