Frédéric Letzner is an expert in nutrition and health psychology, and his humorous yet provocative content offers a different perspective on the topics of nutrition and health.
As a studied nutritionist and former nutrition therapist and personal trainer, Frédéric Letzner has dedicated his work to the psychology of human nutrition and health behavior. After all, health is more a question of attitude than of good advice. People are not machines that can be controlled via operating instructions. And fat people are not stupid.
It is not enough to appeal to reason alone
Frédéric Letzner seeks the confrontation with the taboos and renounces the usual lectures with ultimate tips. At the young age of 31, he has been conveying precisely this perspective for 10 years now and continues to amaze your audience with his combination of reason and emotion. After all, if there is one thing that is directly related to health, it is the psychological and cultural background, which is often pushed into the background.
Today, he is in companies and congresses all across Germany, as well as regularly on radio and television as an expert and inspires with amazing content and stories that are easy to understand and bring the topic of health down to the point. Convey emotional and relevant topics with humor and turn your health talk into a real event!
Accomplishing tasks in less time or simply achieving more, every tool to increase your own efficiency is welcome. Not only at work, but also in private life, time, money and inactivity are wasted. Time management and multitasking are the key words: eating, phoning and driving are best done at the same time. Doing nothing and enjoying things is difficult for many people. But is life really efficient?
Although we consider health to be very important, we often find it very difficult to behave accordingly. In everyday life, our own well-being often falls under the table. Sleep, relaxation and enjoyment are often neglected. What is the reason for this? Do we really have no time?
Pizza, whiskey and a cigar – for most people this is more attractive than broccoli, still water and jogging. If we look at our own behavior, we know that unhealthy things can also be healthy and how we can sell ourselves on healthy things.
Especially when it comes to eating, emotions get in the way. We eat out of frustration, out of pleasure, under stress, for social reasons and, last but not least, because we are women and men.
How do these factors influence our eating behavior? Can I refuse the piece of cake that grandma baked especially for me? And for how long will the sun not shine if I don’t finish my plate?