The power of healthy eating for lawyers

By Tasha Levy|29 November 2019

Lawyers are renowned to perpetuate unhealthy habits around nutrition, which can profoundly detriment one’s mood, energy levels and overall wellbeing.

Host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by lawyer-turned-nutritionist Monique Cormack on this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show to discuss her personal journey in the legal realm, why she turned a passion for nutrition into a career, and how her skills as a lawyer have provided a foundation for becoming a proficient nutritionist.

Monique also explains the flow-on professional benefits from strong nutritional habits, provides advice to time-poor lawyers on healthy eating strategies, and suggests how law firms can better support individuals to ensure proper nutrition.



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