EVERYTHING YOU’VE BEEN TOLD ABOUT FOOD IS WRONG WITH DR. TIM SPECTOR
I don’t have any scientific evidence to back this up, but I have a lot of confidence that the number one new year’s resolution or goal that people claim is related to health, wellness, eating better and feeling better.
I mean, isn’t that what we ultimately all want?
But with the pace of our modern world, the rise of stress and uncertainty and the confusion of what is good or bad for you, it’s really hard to know how to properly and effectively follow an approach that produces results.
“Much of the food research is outdated, flawed and wrong”
Sometimes it’s not just about knowing what you should do, but it’s also about what you shouldn’t. More accurately, within that, sometimes you need to unlearn what you think is the right way, you need to dispel some myths and update your knowledge of what is true.
And so I’m excited to bring you a very special guest today, Dr. Tim Spector.
Not only is Tim deeply trained in medical science, he’s also a prolific writer with several popular science books, best-selling consumer books and a regular blog, focusing on genetics, epigeneticS and most recently microbiome and diet.
If there is one thing that unites all of Tim’s work, it would be the truth. Prepare to challenge some of your beliefs and with Tim’s help, you’ll be guided to unlearn and relearn how to live with optimal health and vitality.
Enjoy the conversation…
“Correlation does not mean causation.”
There is no one right way to eat that works for everyone”
What we cover in this episode:
- The 3 major obstacles to a clear understanding of food
- What Tim would say to the top 10 food companies
- The myth of “calories in, calories out” that rules the diet industry
- How you can’t trust food labels to educate you
- The controversy about supplements and what to do about it
- Why there is mixed messages around processed foods
- How the future lies in personalized nutrition
- The role of technology and AI in supporting your wellbeing
- The Holy Triad of gut health, blood sugar and blood fat