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Don't Salt My Game | With Laura Thomas, PhD

By Laura Thomas, PhD

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Join Registered Nutritionist and Wellness Advocate Laura Thomas, PhD for conversations with game changers. Laura talks to people in wellness, foodies, bloggers, entrepreneurs from cool brands, creatives, nutritionists, doctors, body positivity people, mindfulness experts, and anyone else who is shaking up the wellness world, to find out how they stay on top of their game – and to help you do you, but better. It’s not all headstands and courgetti though - she and her guests aren’t afraid to dig deep into the darker side of wellness and WILL call BS on weird, faddy trends, that don’t have any legitimacy or scientific merit. Fresh pods every Friday. #dontsaltmygame

Customer Reviews

I desperately want to like it

I subscribed to this podcast and love the guests on it but for most of the shows, it feels like Laura is just winging it. The questions are all over the place and hard to follow. She talks over her guest and even answers their question for them. It all doesn’t flow and is a bit clunky. It’s not as easy to listen to and she doesn’t come across as professional. It’s like she is trying to be laid back/professional sort of like smart causal but I just don’t think that works. You can be warm and professional, that does work. And I really hate the ‘be cool’ thing she says at the end. Like really, what does that actually mean? It’s a phrase my son says to his friends when they want to impress someone or get out of trouble. It feels very much like she is trying too hard.
Oh well. I really really want to like it but it hurts my ears sometimes:(

Not just for dieticians - we’re all affected by diet culture!

I’ve been a massive fan of this podcast since the very beginning and have finally stopped ignoring Laura’s pleas for a rating/review so here it is!

Thought-provoking, deep discussions about health and nutrition but it goes so much deeper than that. This podcast has opened my eyes to the world of diet culture and each episode feels like I’m receiving my own private therapy session, helping me deal with my own issues with disordered eating.

My one teeny tiny bugbear is that I hate the intro music, and always have to skip it but it’s really no big deal :)

Keep the fab episodes and guests coming Laura, and thank you for dedicating the time to creating such an illuminating, free resource for us all!

So good!

Pretty sure I’ve listened to every single episode of DSMG, some of them twice! Laura has helped me tackle my disordered eating habits and begin my journey to intuitive eating. I cannot thank her enough for opening my eyes to the diet culture BS that we have to face everyday and making me feel strong enough to fight it. One of my favourite pods!

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