This is Louise’s Health Kick Podcast with Louise Mercieca. Louise is a Nutritional Therapist, award winning author of How Food Shapes Your Child, and a presenter on Early Years TV Food Channel. As well as all this, Louise is the force behind The Health Kick, promoting a healthy lifestyle without the contradictory and often, misplaced advice in the world of nutrition
Louise is in conversation with Alison Bladh - "Managing the symptoms of the menopause"
Louise is in conversation with Alison Bladh, joining us from 'the wilds of Sweden after falling for a Viking man' (her own words), discussing her work on managing the negative symptoms of menopause and how she helps women to regain their sparkle!
Louise in conversation with Zach and Jeremy from the Fit Mess
'Louise is in conversation with Zach and Jeremy from the Fit Mess - discussing public health priorities and navigating food choices in an increasingly difficult and obesogenic environment'
Louise talks Child Health U-Turn and #Etonmess with Professor Paul Gately
We are delighted to welcome back to Louise's Health Kick Podcast, Professor Paul Gately. Paul is a professor of Exercise and Obesity at Leeds Beckett University and a leading expert in his field.
We wanted Paul back to discuss the recent health U Turns on several obesity strategies which would have supported millions of people, saved lives and ultimately saved the economy billions. We discuss this short-sighted move and the consequences on us, the people.
Lets Talk About Men's Health With Joe Plumb
In this episode Louise talks to award-winning mental health Campaigner & Survivor Joe Plumb. Joe talks to Louise about his life, and his battle with the mental health issues that almost cost him that life on more than one occasion. Joe believes in the power of openly talking about mental health.
Let's talk about Men's Health with Elliot Rae
In this episode Louise talks to Elliott Rae a husband, dad, speaker, author and founder of MusicFootballFatherhood.com (MFF), the parenting platform for men. MFF is all about open conversations around fatherhood and was described as the ‘Dad’s version of Mumsnet’ by the BBC. Elliott started MFF in 2016 after suffering from PTSD after the traumatic birth of his daughter.
Lets talk about Happiness and Play with Sue Atkins
Louise in conversation with Parenting expert Sue Atkins discussing her new partnership with Disney, the Gift of Play