ABOUT THIS PODCAST

Want to live an Awesome Life? Tune into the UK's #1 rated podcast and top 10 in the world interviewing the worlds best guests in health, fitness and personal development, as well as Q&A shows.
This is a full fat show on everything nutrition, food, mindset, exercise, human performance and generally being awesome on every level (hopefully containing a few laughs too). Ben Coomber is a nutritionist, coach, speaker, writer & former obese man sharing his journey. Day to day Ben coaches in his Fat Loss for Life coaching program and has Awesome Supplements & The BTN Academy. Ben loves coffee & food, plays rugby, hits the gym, and tries to be as awesome as possible through constant improvement. Visit Ben at: www.bencoomber.com for more info.
English
United States
374 episodes
since Oct. 2, 2012

LATEST EPISODE

Do you enjoy cooking? Do you feel you eat well? Do you have kids? Got a busy job and try to exercise, trying to fit it all in? Balancing it all is tough, but don’t fear Ian Haste from Hastes Kitchen joins me to discuss all things food, fitness, cooking awesome food, and getting our kids to eat vegetables. But there is a problem, we first need to discuss where we are currently at with cooking, food and the kitchen as the modern obsession is to save time, but is this time saving culture robbing us and our kids the benefits of food and connection we get from meal times? We discuss Ian’s journey with food, how he balances work and cooking with his 2 kids, modern food culture, the benefits of slow cooking and more. An epic show, do check out Ian’s book ‘The 7 Day Basket’ on Amazon and Ian on social media @hasteskitchen 0:00 an introduction to Ian, why he became a chef and what has inspired him to write 7 day basket - his new cook book. 4:45 Does today's on the go modern culture mean that people don't know how to cook interesting healthy foods? 6:15. Cooking a recipe is great, but what did you learn in doing it? 8:12 How to make your kids eat more vegetables 10:15 The language used around food and its psychological effects on children - get them cooking and involved 17:00 Our favourite foods are down to more than the ingredients - it's culture and environment that it creates. Putting the love back into food 19:50 Cooking is a way of connecting - turn the tv off and do it together 22:00 Food variety is key. How to not get stuck cooking the same 5 dishes every week 26:00 The freezer is our friend - batch cook & make your work friends jealous 27:15 Eating out with children - it doesn't have to be nuggets and burgers. 34:00 Closing thoughts - save money, reduce waste, be experimental.
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