Ashleigh's words of wisdom are published in leading health, wellness & fitness magazines
Accredited Practicing Dietician Ashleigh Feltham is regularly published in leading health, wellness and fitness magazines. As gh is the nutrition expert for Men's Muscle and Health magazine and is featured in each publication. Through the featured nutrition articles she writes for magazines as well as the Feed Your Future Dietetics Blog Ashleigh educates her readers about the importance of a balanced diet and the impact it has on an individual's quality of life.
“There is so much information about nutrition and dietetics in the media it is no wonder there is confusion about how to eat for health and wellness. It is my goal to use my knowledge to assist in eliminating the myths and providing accurate information to assist the public in achieving health and increased quality of life.”
Featured in the Canberra Times for International Women's Day
“I’ve always been very active. I started off with group fitness and then did my masters in nutrition and dietetics, so my motto to life is to help women, especially, be more positive in their minds and also healthy in their bodies.
I think from a health perspective, what worries me is potentially disregarding the need to be healthy at both ends of the spectrum. Yes, we’re in an obesity epidemic, but on the other end of the spectrum, there’s a lot of push by numerous companies and even social media stars to be living in a way that’s not healthy either.
It’s the imbalance. There’s so much negative and incorrect information that that imbalance in health in a woman is almost unseen. It’s a big problem because information and the truth about how to be healthy to everyone is not known. People don’t understand that healthy at every size doesn’t mean accepting the obesity epidemic.
It’s a really fine line, because we need to be able to use our bodies not just to look good, but to feel good and to optimise what we can give to ourselves, but also to our families and to others. If we’re not healthy, I think that lesson has been lost.
I think women need to feel comfortable whatever they’re doing. It comes down to having confidence in yourself, but we do need to keep sticking up for each other as woman.”
Wellness, Health and Fitness categories and topics she writes about include:
Diets and Health | Eating Behaviour | Living Well | Myth Busting | Nutrition
Men's Muscle & Health magazine:
Eating Behaviour Master The Buffet Beast
Myth Busting Carbs Aren't The Enemy
Fitness First magazine:
Diets and Health The Ketogenic Diet
Myth Busting Sugar Is Not The Enemy
Australian Fitness Network Magazine:
Diets and Health
YMCA Healthy Living magazine:
OH! (Optimum Health) magazine:
MediBank Be magazine:
Eating Behaviour The Family Table
Living Well 9 Ways To Decrease Your Cancer Risk By A Third
If you would like Ashleigh to write for your magazine or publication, you can contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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