#29 Nutrition For Optimising Wellbeing with Dietician Juliana Lisboa
“When I started with nutrition, I didn’t think that psychology was that important. I thought well ‘okay, well if I know exactly what people need to eat, then, that’s it, problem solved!’ I honestly went to my masters thinking that I was going to learn the perfect diet. I thought that I was going to go to uni and they were going to tell me…’here it is, the secret to a happy life!’ The more you learn about it, the more you learn that there is no perfect diet. Also, the more you learn that everyone is different and the barriers for that diet that is going to work for them, are very different, and you need to work with them to go around those barriers. As I went along with nutrition that’s when I realised psychology was becoming more and more important in that way.”
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