Ep 121 What is Orthorexia? w/ Renee McGregor

Orthorexia

Have a healthy attitude toward food.

Renee McGregor is a leading Performance and eating disorder specialist dietitian with over 15 years’ experience working in nutrition. Renee (“Ree-knee”) works with elite athletes, coaches, and sport science teams to provide nutritional strategies to enhance sport performance and manage eating disorders.
She has delivered nutrition support to athletes over the last 2 Olympic and Paralympic cycles and other major international competitions. She is presently working with British Wheelchair Fencing, Scottish Gymnastics, pro endurance athletes, and is Nutrition Lead @TrainAsOne Team.
Renee is also the Nutrition Lead for Anorexia and Bulimia Care, a national Eating disorder charity who offer training, online learning and advice via their helpline to those struggling with or caring for someone with an Eating disorder.
She is the best-selling author of “Training Food”, “Fast Fuel” books, and “Orthorexia, When Healthy Eating Goes Bad”.
 Renee McGregor
Renee has been invited to speak at several high profile events including Cheltenham Literature Festival, The Stylist Show, and Google. She writes for many national publications and is often asked to comment in the national press. She regularly contributes to radio and TV, including News night.

In This Episode You’ll Learn

  • Which vitamins a healthy person needs to stay healthy
  • Which type of fish oil you should take
  • Where to find Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Who should take vitamin D
  • How to avoid wasting your money on worthless supplements

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