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    Jonathan and Renee

    Dear Gillian, We would like to thank you for your wonderful show. We dvr all the episodes and watch them all at one time. You have so encouraged us to ear for our bodies, not for our minds. What I mean is that by incorporating your eating healthy plan, our lives have changed. My husband

    Jonathan and Renee Marion, Iowa, USA March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, We would like to thank you for the book you have written “You are what you eat”. It is really illuminating. We really appreciate it. We like it very much, even some of the plants or seeds don’t exist here in Albania and it’s really difficult to find them. Thank you for your

    Klara Tirana, Albania March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, I truly love your program and learn something new from each episode. Gillian, I love how tough you are on nutrition and diet and your show is help me and my husband see what NOT to do. We need more people out there like you. Love the show

    Tani March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, My partner and I started watching your show and it is changing our lives for the better. We absolutely love the program and info on good eating habits. Thank you so much.

    John USA March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, Just to let you know that across the pond you have a student of your healthful turnarounds. After watching your shows (You Are What You Eat) on BBC America, I too turned around my life. For that, I thank you. I am a young man of 65 who still teaches kindergarten students. I

    Dan Phoenix, Arizona March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, We have been following your recommendations in our personal life since the turn of the century. Our first encounter was with the “Living Foods” in 1999. Thank you very much for bringing to us the knowledge that has really improved our lives.

    Vijay March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, From the bottom of my heart first: Thank you for all information and inspiration. You have the kind ideology about food and health I always believed in, (but wasn?t always capable to follow). You have integrated all that matter in Your fantastic concept. I have seen most of your shows. This was one

    Dominique Sweden March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, I am writing you from Mexico City, and I want to tell you that my wife and really enjoy the “You are what you eat” show that airs in the BBC, we watch it every week.

    Carlos Mexico City March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, I am a 51 year old social worker in the US and have watched your show every Saturday AM for years. It helps motivate me to make correct choices and learn new ingredients to try. I love your recipes on the show and am so glad they are now included online. Thank you

    Julie USA March 24, 2014

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    Dear Gillian, My husband and I watch your show on BBCAmerica all the time and enjoy seeing how well you transform overweight people in eating and exercising properly. Thank you.

    Leena March 24, 2014

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    Gillian McKeith Tips Feeding Your Brain

    Feed Your Brain, Gillian Mckeith style

    If you can’t think clearly, have difficulty concentrating, don’t remember where you left the keys, mixed up your kids names, and your partner just called you a blockhead, it could be a sign that you are low in what’s called ‘essential fats.’ You might not be thick, dumb or stupid after all; it might just be that your brain is starved of the good, healthy fats. Try eating a mashed avocado for starters. Avocados are a source of good, easy to digest, healthy fats. Mix in some raw shelled hemp seeds too, another fabulous source of these essentials, must haves for the body.
    I have found that more than half of the clients I see for the first time test deficient in good fats when they arrive at my office. Essential fats or Omegas are good fats. They will not make us fat. On the contrary, you can eat yourself thin with good fats because they help to burn fat in your body.
    But you can also make yourself smarter as these good fats actually nourish the brain. So there’s no point on avoiding them.
    And you can only get good healthy fats from food.
    Therefore, to feed your brain, you must eat foods that are high in these essential fats:
    oily fish, avocadoes, nuts and seeds are a good place to start. When you join the Gillian McKeith club online, there are plenty of Gillian McKeith recipes to feed your brain.

    Gillian Mckeith