Many people take up running to lose some weight.
If this is you or you’ve been running regularly for a while and are struggling to achieve your weight loss goals, you’re going to love this podcast episode.
In this episode, I talk with Emma Andrews.
Emma is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Certified Plant Based Culinary Professional, and co-founder of Pineapple Collective, an Education Strategy and Content Marketing Agency working with natural health and wellness brands.
Emma specializes in sports nutrition, longevity education, and plant-based cooking.
She has coached athletes from the “everyday” to the “elite”, and has spent over 6 years researching and developing her skills as a food coach in Australia and Canada, and working as a plant-based sports nutrition educator hosting workshops all across North America.
Some topics we chat about include:
- Common reasons why runners don’t lose weight.
- Foods to swap, emphasize or exclude.
- Nutrient timing (and how this affects weight loss).
- Meal and snack ideas.
- Managing cravings and your appetite.
- Food journaling and calorie counting – should you do it?
- How to develop positive body image as a runner.
- Hydration and weight loss.
- and much more!
Links and resources mentioned in this podcast:
Pineapple Collective – Emma is the Co-Founder of Pineapple Collective, which is an education and content strategy agency that works to provide natural health and wellness brands with the resources they need to captivate, educate and excite their consumers.
Emma on Twitter – @emmamazing_life
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