Rick Miller


Recent Posts by Rick Miller

Depression: Can the right food, help mood?

Depression: Can the right food, help mood?   Depression is common mental health condition. As part of National Depression awareness week premier women’s health channel healthista published an article on this topic too. Helping to raise awareness around …

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Dry January – Love Your Liver

January is upon us again, the festive eating is over and for many, a period of abstinence from alcohol after the holiday excess to give their liver a break is sorely welcomed. This article first appeared at Huffington Post UK. To read the article there …

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Can drinking your daily coffee lead to a longer life?

Coffee is one of the world’s most commonly consumed beverages. The coffee culture is an undeniable feature of modern living, but over the years science has presented mixed messages regarding its benefits. This article first appeared at Huffington Post …

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Last Minute Marathon Nutrition – Are you doing it wrong?

Marathon nutrition is tricky at the best of times. Now with a few days to go until the the big event the anticipation is probably enormous. Unless you have personalised nutrition support, it’s easy to be swayed by last-minute changes to your plan. Shou …

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Are you Eating Intuitively? 3 Steps to Stress Free Eating.

I was recently quoted in The Independent newspaper on ‘Intuitive Eating’… For those who’ve never heard of this, is effectively a nutrition philosophy to help you develop a more healthy relationship with food.. You can read the original article here The …

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The Sinister 6

I was once asked by a patient recently…   “Everything in nutrition is so confusing! Surely in this day and age, with all the modern technology we have, we could figure out something as simple as what to eat!”   Frankly I have to agree with them.   I te …

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What athletes and obese clients can learn from each other…

Athletes and obese clients might not seem like they have anything in common at first glance. Yet, a recent conversation I had made me rethink this… If I could list just a few of the concerns that I get presented to me by top athletes and clients with o …

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Testimonial Amy Brimelow – Personal Trainer and FT Mum 🙂

A kind testimonial from Amy just popped in, thought I’d share it with you all: “I came to Rick when I really needed some strong guidance. As a Personal Trainer myself, I felt that when It came to my nutrition and goals It took a back seat. Helping me e …

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The Perfect Diet or… The Perfect Approach?

Here’s a thought…if you asked random people in the street what their definition of a perfect diet is…   …what do you think they’d reply with?   …Paleo, Mediterranean-Style, Low Carb, Low Glycaemic Index, Low Fat, High Fat, High Protein, Vegetarian, Veg …

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Saturated Fat: Do we need to re-think it?

Haven’t got long? This is what you need to know:   Dietary saturated fat has been established as a causative risk factor in the development of coronary heart disease for the past 50 years, a recent meta-analysis of all the scientific evidence to date b …

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