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Food For Thought

Eating To Save The World

Season 15

The effects of climate change are set to be irreversible by 2030, if we continue as we are. For the sake of our own lives, as well as our children’s and future generations to come, making sure we take the necessary steps to look after the world we live in is becoming even more important. This week’s Food For Thought sees Nutritionist Elphee Medici and I uncover what being sustainable actually means, how what we eat can have a huge impact on the environment, and what we can do to eat more sustainably. Plus for more information, visit,,,

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  • Lisa Snowdon

    For more information, visit and Snowdon is one of the nation’s best-loved radio and TV presenters. As well as being one of the UK’s most successful models spotted by a scout at just 19, Lisa quickly became one of the UK’s top fashion models. Best known for her beauty commercial and high-fashion covers including Vogue, Marie Claire and Elle; Lisa’s move into presenting saw her become head judge and host of Britain’s Next Top Model and co-host of London's biggest ever morning radio show Capital Breakfast for 7 and a half years. She came third in BBC One’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing, starred in Celebrity Apprentice, has been the face for so many leading brands over the years.
  • James McVey

    For more information, visit and McVey is lead guitarist and vocalist for pop-rock group The Vamps. James started his music career after being discovered on MySpace at the age of just 15. Now joined by Brad Simpson, Tristan Evans and Connor Ball, they’ve come along way from posting covers on YouTube to releasing their first hit single Can We Dance. They’ve toured the world and supported the likes of Taylor Swift, One Direction and Selena Gomez before scoring 5 top 10 singles themselves with their latest album Night and Day reached number 1. James recently also appeared in the jungle with the latest series of I'm a Celebrity.
  • Ella Mills

    For more information, visit and Mills is founder and Creative Director of Deliciously Ella whose mission is to help you live better and make vegetables cool! Diagnosed with an illness while at University in 2012, she overhauled her lifestyle and started a plant-based blog sharing her journey. What started as a personal project now has over 130 million hits and grown from an online community to a plant based food business with the fastest selling vegan cookbook of all time! At just 27 and working with her CEO and husband Matt, Ella’s written four bestselling books, launched a number 1 app, and released supermarket-stocked ranges of breakfasts, healthy snacks and meals, all while running an award winning deli in Mayfair.
  • Victoria Magrath

    For more information, visit and Magrath has established herself as a style icon. With a PHD in Fashion, she began her career teaching at the University of Manchester whilst speaking to a global audience with her award-winning fashion, beauty and travel blog, Inthefrow. No longer a lecturer, she remains a source of inspiration with a combined social media reach of nearly 2 million and author of The New Fashion Rules. Instantly recognisable for her ice blonde hair, this girl’s career highlights include being a Beauty Ambassador for L’Oreal Paris, starring in the Princes Trust Campaign to champion confidence in Young People and working with global brands including Burberry, Dior, Hugo Boss, Armani and so many more
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan

    For more information, visit and O'Sullivan OBE is widely regarded as the most talented snooker player in history. In his 25 years in the game, Ronnie has won 5 World Championships, 33 titles and continues to dominate the sport at the age of 42. Nicknamed the Rocket for his rapid playing style, he holds the record for the fastest recorded maximum 147. Ronnie has been open about his struggles with drugs and depression throughout his career, and has written two autobiographies in which he describes how he turned to running to remain focused and fit. Away from snooker, he’s a father of three and a bestselling crime novelist. Having first met Ronnie in my clinic just over a year ago, I’m lucky not only to call him a dear friend of mine but co-author of a book we’ve written together called - Top of Your Game: Eating for the Mind and Body, out Spring 2019.
  • Shona Vertue

    For more information, visit and Vertue is a former elite gymnast, author, personal trainer and yoga teacher with over 10 years experience. Living between London and Syndey, she’s best known for her gravity defying postures have seen her become one of social media’s top fitness gurus. The Vertue Method fusing yoga, weighted circuit training and meditation has seen Shona become the cast trainer for the Hollywood blockbuster Wonder Woman, one of MTV’s squad on Beach Body Ready and none other than Mr David Beckham credits her for making his aches and pains disappear.
  • Dr Rangan Chatterjee

    For more information, visit and Chatterjee is a medical doctor, author and presenter best known for his TV show Doctor in the House and resident doctor on BBC One's Breakfast Show. His acclaimed first book The Four Pillar Plan shares How to Relax, Eat, Move and Sleep Your Way to a Longer, Healthier life and has become an international best-seller. His latest book The Stress Solution offers 4 steps to rest your Body, Mind, Relationships and Purpose.
  • Alice Liveing

    For more information, visit and Liveing is one of the UK’s most recognisable voices in health and fitness. Having started her career on stage in popular musical Annie, she’s now a three-time bestselling author and Personal Trainer whose global reach has seen on the front cover of Women’s Health and is behind their number 1 app Transform. She’s worked with brands including Primark in which she has her own active wear line and despite all her success, she continues to with clients one to one helping them reach their fitness goals.
  • Zanna Van Dijk

    For more information, visit and Van Dijk is a Personal Trainer, Author and entrepreneur. She is one of the UK’s most recognisable voices in health and fitness, and the first female UK Adidas Global Ambassador. She is co-founder of the GirlGains, a movement empowering women, host of BBC’s Fit and Fearless Podcast with her two best friends Tally and Vic, and with a passion for sustainability, Zanna has most recently founded Stay Wild Swimwear, a brand made from recycled ocean plastic.