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30 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Renee McGregor. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Renee McGregor, often where they are interviewed.

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30 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Renee McGregor. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Renee McGregor, often where they are interviewed.

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TGSP: EP #20 In Conversation with Renee McGregor

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In this week's episode, Rory and Callum chat to Rene McGregor, a leading sports and eating disorder specialist working in clinical and performance nutrition. Rene opens up about her personal story and how it has to lead her to where she is today, helping many individuals over the years change their relationship with food.

Nov 16 2020 · 54mins
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Underfuelling and Overtraining with Renee McGregor

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This is Season 4 Episode 4 of MK on the Mic, a podcast dedicated to having conversations relevant to POC communities.

I, Meera Kumar, called up Renee McGregor for a chat about underfuelling, overtraining, and eating disorders. Renee is a leading Sports and Eating disorder specialist, who specialises in RED-S, overtraining, eating disorders, and female health.

Find timestamped topics below:

1:44 How common are eating disorders?
3:52 Where does an eating disorder stem from?
6:55 Recurring eating disorder triggers in men, and how emotions can trigger eating disorders
11:33 How to stop negative experiences/feelings affecting our relationship with food
13:50 Adopting sport as an identity
15:50 Feeling guilt after eating
18:10 Turning ‘negative’ emotions into something positive, and vulnerability
21:50 Defining yourself and finding an identity
24:50 ‘Losing weight makes you faster’ and losing weight to win
34:40 Symptoms of underfuelling
37:05 Why you may not look like you have a problem
38:08 Why the eating disorder stereotype leads to other sufferers being overlooked
40:48 Resources to help you
42:22 A lovely story about a baker and some jammy dodgers to help you put things in perspective
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If you enjoyed this episode please leave a review on the Apple Podcasts app, link:
 https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/mk-on-the-mic/id1247260719

Meera's socials: 
Insta: www.instagram.com/meerakumar 
Twitter: www.twitter.com/meeerakumar
Website: https://meera-kumar.wixsite.com/meerakumar

Podcast socials: 
Insta: www.instagram.com/mkonthemic 
 Twitter: www.twitter.com/emkayonthemic

Renee’s info:
IG: https://www.instagram.com/r_mcgregor
Website: https://reneemcgregor.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/mcgregor_renee
Train Brave Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/trainbrave-podcast/id1528899226

Renee’s books are amazing, check them out below:
Training Food, Fast Fuel books. and Orthorexia, When Healthy Eating Goes Bad
Oct 15 2020 · 50mins

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Renee McGregor

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This week Adrienne chats to leading Sports and Eating disorder dietician Renee McGregor. With 20 years experience working in clinical and performance nutrition, Renee has worked with Olympic (London, 2012), Paralympic (Rio, 2016) and Commonwealth (Queensland, 2018) teams. She is the best-selling author of Training Food, Fast Fuel and Orthorexia: When Healthy Eating Goes Bad, and is the co-founder of #TRAINBRAVE, a campaign raising the awareness of eating disorders in sport.


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Oct 06 2020 · 54mins
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Renee McGregor: Tackling eating disorders

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In this episode of Full of Fire, I speak to leading sports and eating disorders dietician Renee McGregor and find out about her job, her own terrifying experience of anorexia and her work with young athletes to encourage healthy relationships with food and exercise.

Renee is a best-selling author and leading sports and eating disorder dietitian with over 15 years experience working with elite athletes, coaches and sport science teams alongside normal teenagers.

Renee has delivered nutrition support to athletes over the last two Olympic and Paralympic cycles, and regularly works with high performing and professional athletes that have developed a dysfunctional relationship with food and exercise.

She founded the #TRAINBRAVE campaign aiming to inspire more athletes to share their stories and raise awareness of the risks of eating disorders and RED-s (Relative Energy Deficiency syndrome - when people regularly exercise hard and don’t eat enough to refuel).

Renee talks about the reasons young people develop eating disorders and speaks about her own experiences with racism and low self-worth as a teenager that led to her own anorexia.

She highlights the damaging messages that are transmitted via social media by influencers and celebrities who have no education in nutrition. Renee herself aims to use social media to educate with truth and science (after studying for 3 degrees in Biochemistry, Dietetics and Sports Nutrition!), but admits to having a love/hate relationship with Instagram. 

Renee also talks about the signs you can notice in yourself and your friends of developing unhealthy relationships with food or exercise and gives advice about what to do if you have a friend you’re worried about.

This is an in-depth episode that is valuable listening for young people - and also for sports coaches, PE teachers and parents. Nutrition, sports nutrition, eating disorders and RED-s are such complex areas, but it’s really important to be aware of the issues. 

Jun 26 2020 · 52mins

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Ep 217 - "Why All Women's Training is Wrong" - Renee McGregor on the impact of your menstrual cycle on running

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“All women need to change their training plans.“

It’s a bold statement, but have you had training sessions that have just gone badly, where you’ve felt like crap and you can’t explain why or had weeks when you feel invincible?

It’s likely to be because of when you were in your menstruation cycle. David, Jody and Allie speak to Renee McGregor about how the hormones women produce at different times of their cycle directly affect performance, nutritional needs and even when you should race.

We find out why and how to create training plans to match your varying physiology so you can not only train smarter and banish the bad days but also use your cycle to your advantage.

This really is a must-listen for all female athletes and all men who want to break the taboo around talking about periods.

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May 29 2020 · 2hr 23mins
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Managing our Mindset Through CoronaVirus with Renee McGregor

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Hi everyone & welcome to a special double edition of the Wellness Academy.

To take some steps to give you all some advice through this difficult time we bring you a "double whammy" today.

The first episode brings you Renee McGregor.

Renee is a leading Sports and Eating disorder specialist dietitian with 20 years experience working in clinical and performance nutrition, with Olympic (London, 2012), Paralympic (Rio, 2016) and Commonwealth (Queensland, 2018) teams.

In this episode we cover much that can provide many of us with brilliant thoughts, tactics & ideas for managing the difficult times ahead.

I'll keep the rest of this brief - please listen & enjoy!

Mar 21 2020 · 59mins
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#63 Renee McGregor chats about Amenorrhea, Is social Media doing enough?, Food can be a distraction, Insulin, and the old age advice of everything in moderation

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In this episode of the Shane Walsh Fitness Podcast I spoke with leading Sports and Eating disorder specialist dietitian and author Renee McGregor.

@r_mcgregor on Instagram

Some of the topics we speak about include:

Amenorrhea

Is social Media doing enough?

Food can be a distraction

Insulin

What you tell yourself becomes truth

The old age advice of everything in moderation

Online Coaching 

https://www.shanewalshfitness.com/onlinecoaching/

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Mar 16 2020 · 57mins
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#35 The Female Cycle and Low Energy Availability in Athletes with Renee McGregor

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In this episode I am joined by Sports Dietitian Renee McGregor. Renee has a wealth of experience in a clinical environment and I was excited to be able to ask her questions such as:
  • What is low energy availability?
  • What are some negative effects of low energy availability for female athletes? 
  • Why is it do you think that female athletes underestimate their energy availability so much?
  • What effects does a high fat diet have on our bodies?
  • How can we train and eat around our cycle?
  • Why do we experience PMS?
  • How does the pill effect our cycles? 
  • Will there be more research on female athletes? 
You can find Renee on instagram: @r_mcgregor

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Feb 27 2020 · 56mins
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Episode 527 - Renee McGregor

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On this week’s Holly spends far too much time in the gym, RD Renee McGregor answers all your nutrition questions, Jemma Reekie smashes 3 British records in 8 days, Sir Mo is out of the Big Half, Nike reveal the new Air Zoom Alpha Fly Zoom Next %, Cactus the MDS wonder dog won’t be racing this year, you wear your kit around the world and rate your runs.

Feb 12 2020 · 1hr 16mins
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Understanding RED-S with sports and eating disorder dietician Renee McGregor

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Sports and eating disorder dietician Renee McGregor is this week’s guest on the 33Fuel podcast. Renee has over 20 years’ experience working in a range of capacities, from NHS clinics to Olympic athletes within a range of sports.

Within her unmatched depth of nutrition, one of Renee’s particular areas of expertise is the subject of RED-S (Relative Energy Deficiency Syndrome). RED-S is ultimately caused by a combination of overtraining and under-fuelling, but it’d be remiss to think only elite athletes develop it.

Our conversation explores how anyone can develop RED-S. Indeed, the average amateur athlete striving for optimal performance while juggling life’s stressors can certainly develop the syndrome and, if unchecked, there can be serious health consequences.

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EMAIL: contact@33fuel.com

SHOW NOTES
Renee’s website: https://reneemcgregor.com/
Renee on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/r_mcgregor

Dec 16 2019 · 1hr 5mins
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