Madeleine Shaw Makes a Hot Salmon Salad on Rye Bread (Or Does She?)


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‘Move, munch, meditate’ is nutritionist and writer Madeleine Shaw’s philosophy for positive lifestyle change. Madeleine is the guest on this week’s episode of The Filling with Anna Barnett. Madeleine and Anna also get to grips with establishing joy in your diet by ‘crowding in, not cutting out’, the importance of vegetable diversity for gut health, Madeleine’s strict Nokia only policy at the weekend (no smartphones here) and topless gyms. Yes, gyms where you work out topless (and barefoot).Would you dare?


06:00 – 08:00) A four year extended gap year in Australia prompted Madeleine to initiate some

major lifestyle changes. Here she details her return to the UK and how she got her business started; through a blog, supper clubs and meeting a very special someone.

19:00 – 24:15) Anna and Madeleine begin to discuss the most important areas to consider in

lifestyle change. Madeleine explains how she would prioritise sleep, breathing and vegetable


30:30 – 33:00) ‘Get the Glow’ was Madeleine’s first best-selling book. In this section, the author

examines the origins of this book and the concepts for her other publications.

39:00 – 40:30) Talking sensitively about past experiences with her relationship to food, Madeleine

explores how growing up with few realistic body shapes on TV can have such a negative impact on self-perception.

52:20 – 55:00) With social media playing such an integral role in working life, as much as personal

life, Madeleine describes her ‘digital switch off’ techniques and the use of boundaries in order to

maintain that vital work/life balance.

58:00 – 59:00) As a nutritionist by trade, Madeleine here chats through her recipe techniques.

What comes first, the flavour or the nutritional value?


“Marriage is a conversation about what to have for dinner.” Anna

“I don’t like cheese. Or butter very much. Don’t judge me on that!” Madeleine

“I’m looking forward, excited about getting older.” Madeleine

“Once a day place your hand on your heart, take 3 deep breaths and ask what do I need?”


“When you realise you’re unique, that you’re bringing something different – that’ll really spur you

on.” Madeleine

“Eggs stored in the fridge is my pet hate.” Madeleine



Madeleine Shaw is a leading voice on the wellness scene; a nutritional therapist, bestselling cookery writer, qualifies yoga instructor and mum. Her first book, ‘Get the Glow’ was a Sunday Times bestseller and Madeleine has since published two other lifestyle books, ‘Ready Steady Glow’, and ‘A Year of Beautiful Eating’. Madeleine also hosts the ‘Get Your Glow Back’ podcast, a wellness podcast for mums

Instagram: @madeleineshaw


Anna Barnett ( is a chef and food writer. She moved to London to work in TV and enjoyed a career at both MTV and Channel 4 before moving into fashion. Life has always been experienced through the lens of good food, however, and she released her debut cookery book ‘Eat the Week’ in 2015, after which she spent several years writing ‘The Reluctant Vegetarian’ blog for the Independent newspaper whilst also contributing to Vogue magazine. She went on to write the food pages for Grazia magazine; she now has a weekly column writing for The Evening Standard online. In 2019 Anna wrote and styled ‘How to be Gluten Free and Not Lose Friends’, her second cookery book. Anna regularly hosts pop-up restaurants, collaborates with brands, caters private events as well as hosting cookery classes at her home in east London.

Instagram: @annabarnettcooks

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