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Emma Willis on Body Image, Motherhood and the Challenges of Modern Life

by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee   /  May 23, 2018

Dr Chatterjee talks to TV presenter and ex-model, Emma Willis, about the pressures of modelling, motherhood and keeping her family healthy.

Episode Highlights:

  • Does Emma believe she is ‘living the dream’?
  • What does Emma do to deal with the pressures of being in the media spotlight?
  • Rangan & Emma talk about body image and the role social media plays.
  • What are Emma’s views on food and diet?
  • Hear how Emma has become more risk-adverse after becoming a mother.
  • How has Emma noticed that Matt has changed since having children?
  • Emma talks about sugar and how she has noticed a change in behaviour of her children when they go sugar-free.
  • What are the benefits for Emma when she gives up sugar and how does she achieve this when working?
  • Does Emma find time to relax and take time out?
  • What is Emma’s relationship with sleep?
  • Hear Rangan & Emma talk about ‘screens’ at home and family rules on technology in the house.
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Dr. Rangan Chatterjee MbChB, BSc (Hons), MRCP, MRCGP