113: Back To Basics: Free Food
Play • 27 min
An empty biscuit tin, filled with a handful of Free Foods written on pieces of card and 60 seconds on the clock...Join Anna and Clare for a quick-fire fun-packed quiz to test their knowledge on the recipes they can muster up on the spot using simple basic store cupboard staples! 

Presented by Clare Freeman and Anna Mangan. 
Produced by ASFB Productions. 
Slimming World Podcast is sponsored by Slimming World.
Please note: The info we share is based on our personal weight loss experiences. Always check with your consultant or a health professional when following a weight loss plan.
Life, Interrupted with Simon Thomas
Life, Interrupted with Simon Thomas
Global
Dr.Emma Kavanagh
The last year has been a period of life like no other, as the Coronavirus pandemic has not only gripped the UK, but the World. For months on-end we’ve been asked to live our lives in a completely different way. For so many of us we’ve spend the last year working from home. For those of us who are parents we’ve seen our children spending most of the last few terms away from school and time with those we love, family and friends has been largely spent on screens rather than in person. And tragically for people up and down the country we've seen family and friends lost to this devastating virus. This has been a period of time when all our lives have been interrupted. Its a period when all of us have struggled with anxiety, fear, stress and loss. The loss of those we love, and the life we once had. My guest on this episode of Life Interrupted is a lady who has spent her life helping people deal with trauma. Dr. Emma Kavanagh is a police and military psychologist and also a best selling author. She’s also someone who has spend her entire life dealing with her own anxiety and mental health challenges. Throughout the pandemic, Emma’s honest posts online have been helping countless others through this strange new world we now find ourselves in. So if you, like so many, have found this past year incredibly hard, I have no doubt that Emma’s wise words will not only encourage you, but also remind you of that powerful truth. That you are not alone. If you have been through life events similar to those described in this episode and you need someone to talk to, please contact the samaritans, free any time, from any phone, on 116 123 And if you'd like to share your thoughts with Simon, he'd love to hear from you: Twitter @SimonThomasSky
1 hr 8 min
The Kevin Clifton Show
The Kevin Clifton Show
Kevin Clifton
Social Media Kindness - with Mayah Riaz
Social media has changed thew world we live in, but it isn't always for the better. In some cases, it can lead to the disintegration of mental health, and negatively impact lives. Kevin's special guest this week is Mayah Riaz, the founder of Social Media Kindness Day, which aims to establish the message that social media should be a place where people can socialise, network, do business, and live 'their best life' without fear of negativity.  KEY TAKEAWAYS Many assume that celebrities are guarded, and live a glamorous, unobstructed existence, but there is a darker side. Social media does not represent the way we interact in real life. People feel empowered to express their most negative opinions without fear of reprisals, which leads to a huge negative impact. Celebrities are somehow seen as "fair game" because they have dared to take a profession that puts them in the spotlight. But we must remember that celebrities are people, too. News has become less of a service, and more of a business. It trades in clicks and advertisements, and unfortunately, the more salacious the headline, the larger the number of clicks. This has led to a breeding ground for baseless, hurtful news. BEST MOMENTS 'There's a darker side to the industry and what the talent have to put up with' - 4:14 'The worse the argument gets, the more engagement it gets' - 9:17 'I like to think that one day we can have threads of kindness' - 21:16 'It's the adrenaline or addiction to social media we have' - 39:53  VALUABLE RESOURCES Mayah Riaz Twitter - https://twitter.com/mayah_riaz?lang=en Mayah Riaz Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/mayah_riaz/?hl=en Social Media Kindness Day - https://www.socialmediakindnessday.com ABOUT THE HOST Kevin Clifton is a professional dancer who has been performing & competing at the highest level for over a decade. Kevin has worked on shows like 'Burn the floor' & 'Rock of Ages' to 'Strictly Come Dancing' one of the biggest TV shows in the UK which Kevin won in 2018.  CONTACT METHOD Kevin Clifton Instagram Kevin Clifton Facebook Kevin Clifton YouTube See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
1 hr 21 min
Going for Goal
Going for Goal
Women's Health UK
Gabby Logan on Midlife Wellness, Power Moves + the Perimenopause
Few people embody a positive, powerful and balanced approach to living well during midlife quite like broadcaster and host of the Midpoint podcast, Gabby Logan. At 47, the mum-of-two feels as good as she did in her 30s, and is passionate about women her age - and older - truly owning their place on TV. As she’s very much doing right now, hosting the BBC’s coverage of the Six Nations. The way she sees it, she’s become more experienced, more skilled in those intervening years - and, as you’ll find out, she’s really fine-tuned the way she maintains her health and wellness too. You’ll hear about her fitness regimen, what it’s been like parenting in a pandemic and why it’s really important to her to prioritise her gut health. But what really sets this conversation apart is how open Gabby is about less well-trodden ground, including how she’s taking HRT since learning she’d entered the perimenopause and why the alcoholism that runs in her family has made her extremely mindful when it comes to drinking. Expect inspiration aplenty from this conversation - no matter what age and stage you’re at. Join Gabby on Instagram: @gabbylogan Join Claire on Instagram: @clairesanderson Join Women’s Health UK on Instagram: @womenshealthuk   Topics - Gabby Logan on feeling empowered in midlife - How she exercises to boost her mental health - Why Gabby started taking HRT after entering the perimenopause - What it’s like raising teenage twins in lockdown - How she looks after her gut health   Like what you’re hearing? We'd love if you could rate and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, as it really helps other people find the show. Also, remember to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, so you’ll never miss an episode.   Got a goal in mind? Shoot us a message on Instagram putting ‘Going for Goal’ at the start of your message and our experts could be helping you achieve your health goal in an upcoming episode. Alternatively, you can email us: womenshealth@womenshealthmag.co.uk   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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