12 episodes

Nant’s mission is to create a world where health is the norm, where we understand the difference between health, fitness and wellness and where we have the skills to understand our own signs, signals and symptoms from the body. Nant believes that our natural state is one of health, happiness and vitality and it’s her passion to ensure this message is brought to the world.



If you are looking for fluffy advice and sugar-coated tips this is not the show for you - Nant is renowned for her no-nonsense, practical advice that can make lasting changes to help you achieve your optimal health and wellness without the fad diets and gimmicks.

Healthy Living Unplugged Nant Nissen

    • Health & Fitness

Nant’s mission is to create a world where health is the norm, where we understand the difference between health, fitness and wellness and where we have the skills to understand our own signs, signals and symptoms from the body. Nant believes that our natural state is one of health, happiness and vitality and it’s her passion to ensure this message is brought to the world.



If you are looking for fluffy advice and sugar-coated tips this is not the show for you - Nant is renowned for her no-nonsense, practical advice that can make lasting changes to help you achieve your optimal health and wellness without the fad diets and gimmicks.

    Toxic Workplace Survival with David Cain

    Toxic Workplace Survival with David Cain

    In this episode of Thrive for Men, Nant speaks with David Cain about his own mental health challenges and how that has created the man he is today.



    Having spent years in the automotive industry, David understands the need for any workplace to provide a healthy environment for their team members, and to understand that prevention is crucial to changing the narrative around mental health.



    David is the Founder and Managing Director of Prevention through Connection, and is a trained Youth and Adult First Aid Mental Health Provider.



    As you will hear in the podcast, there is so much we can do to help, connect and prevent mental health deteriorating in the workplace. Having the courage to speak up is one of the first steps in de-stigmatising mental health.



    Many people experiencing mental health challenges create a mask to get through the day. You will hear David speak about how to notice your team and make sure they have an environment in which they can feel safe to unmask and open up.



    David has a fascinating story that will help many to understand mental health from a different perspective.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    How to achieve your New Year's resolutions

    How to achieve your New Year's resolutions

    We have an ongoing narrative in the Health, Fitness and Wellness industry in regards to New Year's Resolutions. Many people set them, yet year after year most people give up before they ever see any results.



    Understanding what we need to have in place to set ourselves up for success is crucial to the success of any goal and understanding why we fail can ensure we don't ever make these common mistakes again.



    In this podcast, I share my 7 tips on how to achieve your New Years resolutions that can not only help you achieve your New Year's resolutions goals, but you'll also enjoy the process of achieving them.

    • 12 min
    Drive with Mark Aiston 1 Nov 2021

    Drive with Mark Aiston 1 Nov 2021

    Listen to Nant Nissen on Drive with Mark Aiston 1 Nov 2021 talking about the signs and signals your body is under stress along with some powerful tips!

    • 17 min
    Who cares what other people are eating

    Who cares what other people are eating

    Oh my goodness, look at me!



    Look what’s in my fridge…. Look at what I eat in a day! Look, look!!!!!!!



    Please STOP watching Instagram and Tik Tok videos about “look what I eat in a day” “look what’s in my fridge “!



    Other than me needing to go shopping, there is nothing you need to know about my fridge or what I eat in a day!



    What I eat has nothing to do with what you need to be eating to be your best and of optimal health!



    There is nothing like knowing and understanding what your body needs, wants and when! To be able to listen to the signs, signals and symptoms your body sends and knowing how to respond to them.



    Your body, like mine, needs different things depending upon many things.



    Here are some.



    Digestion - are you digesting, absorbing, and assimilating nutrients properly?



    Are you more or less stressed today, physically, mentally and emotionally?



    Sleep- How is your quality and quantity of sleep?



    How are your close relationships?



    Have you been more or less active lately?



    Have you been drinking more soft drink, alcohol or coffee for example? This may indicate nutrients not being absorbed into the body.



    Do you have any chronic underlying illnesses?



    Do you have headaches, pains, etc?



    Are you on medication?



    Have you been travelling? (Probably not lately).



    The point is, it doesn’t matter what other people have in a day, it only matters what you need in a day to be your best and have optimal health.



    Fortunately, this is a skill to be taught.



    Visit my website for more tips! https://www.nantnissen.com/

    • 10 min
    Simple Tips to Change your eating habits

    Simple Tips to Change your eating habits

    We know and get taught all the time, that what we put into our body is crucial to our health. But how often are we educated on HOW we put food and drink into our bodies also matters?

    Sometimes the smallest things make the biggest difference, although we often think otherwise. We disregard small changes as something that won't impact our health, while these small changes may be the very thing that creates a great change in our body.

    3 Tips on How to Upgrade Your Eating Habits:



    1 - Eating slowly is crucial to help digestion.

    Time yourself and see how long it actually takes to eat a main meal. Lunch or dinner is often the best. If it is under 5 minutes, it's time to increase that, eat more slowly and take the time to actually digest your food properly.



    2 - Be mindful and involve the entire eating experience.

    The digestive experience actually starts in the brain. Have you ever seen food and your mouth has watered? Thought of a food and got a craving straight away. It starts with the mind, so we need to take a look at our plate, does it look appetising?



    - Does it look like you put in effort? Does it smell good?

    Notice how it tastes, the textures, how it feels as you eat it, how the foods combine and taste together.



    - How do you feel as you eat?

    - Do you really enjoy the food?

    - Does it energise you?



    3 - Make sure when you eat, you give yourself time to be in a positive space.

    In this way we mean be in a happy place, be with people who make you feel good, be relaxed and as stress-free as possible to aid digestion. 



    How we eat is just as important as what we eat. A few changes can help in so many ways.



    For more great tips visit https://www.nantnissen.com/

    • 18 min
    3 Tips for Dealing with Injuries

    3 Tips for Dealing with Injuries

    Injuries happen to us all. What matters of course is how we set ourselves up while we are healing.



    Use these three tips for dealing with injuries to make sure you stay in a routine, you are able to deal with the emotional and mental response that invariably comes up with an injury and learn how injuries can often be a time to be more vulnerable with those around us.



    If we treat injuries the right way, with a plan of action and understand the value they can bring to our life, there is no need to be taken off track and to indulge in behaviours that do not serve us in any positive way.

    • 19 min

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