Season 2- Ep.7 “Exercise, Nutrition and Mental Wellbeing: Who do you see in the mirror?” Dr Tamer Rezk MBBS BSc (Hons), MRCP

Dr Tamer

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Whilst lots of positive change has occurred with the emergence of fitness and wellness, fads can often leave people feeling confused and unsure! In this episode I will try and pick Dr. Tamer’s brains and see if we can learn and understand more about body dysmorphia and self-esteem?

Dr. Tamer is an academic nephrologist with a specific interest in cardiac physiology and body composition in chronic disease. He is the Founder and CEO of PhyCore. He has a unique understanding of the interplay of nutrition, psyche and training for the attainment of physical goals and he has been involved in this field for over 10 years.

Useful Resources 

Quotes:

“Exercise is the medical cure of this century”

“Prevention is better than cure”

Health Tip of Today’s Episode:

1. Wake up 30 mins earlier than your normal time. Allows time for some quite time to read, drink your coffee, and/or meditate. 

2. Some people find it helpful getting their exercises done in the morning.

3. Stay away from your mobile phones whenever possible, especially evening (Dr Tamer has a great suggestion for that one!)

How to contact Dr Tamer:
Website: www.phycore.co.uk

Instagram: phy_core

Your lifestyle choices today can change the world tomorrow, so why not change it for better?

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