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Wellness Podcasts To Listen To This Year

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Wellness Podcasts To Listen To This Year

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Whether you’re looking for running tips, nutrition advice or just a bit of inspiration, these wellness podcasts will brighten up your commute or workout…

Deliciously Ella

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Do we need a digital detox? What is a healthy gut? Can a morning routine change your life? These are just some of the questions addressed in this inspiring and informative podcast, hosted by husband and wife Ella and Matthew Mills, founders of the Deliciously Ella brand. Topics range from nutrition to friendship to happiness, with previous guests including James Wilks, producer of the best-selling documentary Game Changers, journalist and host of the How To Fail podcast Elizabeth Day, and Buddhist monk and meditation teacher Gelong Thubten. deliciouslyella.com

Open Mind with Frankie Bridge

Singer, presenter and author Frankie Bridge invites guests to share their experiences with mental health in her podcast Open Mind. She also speaks candidly about her own struggles with depression, anxiety and panic attacks, which led to her being hospitalised in 2012. Guests have included Bake Off winner Candice Brown, Made in Chelsea star Jamie Laing and Frankie’s close friend and former Saturday’s member Mollie King.

Happy Place

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Goooooood morning you lovely lot. It’s the last in the series of Happy Place so it had to be a good one! (A new series to follow shortly😉) @nadiyajhussain talks so eloquently about her life on this episode. A thoroughly enjoyable chat. So many subjects covered but you really get a sense of Nadiya’s strength and dynamism in the face of adversity. What a woman! A massive thanks to @rightmoveuk for sponsoring this series of Happy Place and of course a huge thank you to you brilliant lot for the continued support and feedback. The feedback i read on here and podcast platforms enables us to get the content right for you and to keep making a series that I adore creating. This podcast has become a very important part of my life and feels like something I’ve been strangely building up to for the last 23 years of my career. Thanks for being part of it. ♥️ @happyplaceofficial

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Fearne Cotton’s chart-topping podcast sees an impressive line-up of guests discussing life, love and loss in a bid to help listeners find their own happy place. With two decades of interviewing under her belt, Fearne is a master at creating insightful and interesting conversations, and each episode leaves listeners with actionable self-care tips. Guests range from world-famous singers (Ellie Goulding, Gary Barlow and James Bay, to name a few) to founders of inspiring companies, such as Sophie Walker who heads up the Women’s Equality Party. officialfearnecotton.com

Feel Better, Live More

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Two years ago today I launched the ‘Feel Better, Live More’ podcast with absolutely no idea what would happen or where it would go. 👇🏾 • Two years on and we’re on episode number 93 and there have been over 10M downloads!! FBLM regularly tops the apple podcast charts and the feedback is simply amazing. • Doing the podcast is easily my favourite part of everything I do, and I am so lucky to have such amazing and in depth conversations with my incredible guests. Thank you to every single one of my guests, I have loved each conversation. 🙌🏾 • And thank you to every single one of you – who downloads, listens, shares and gives feedback! • I have so many more guests and topics lined up for 2020, and I can’t wait to see where the podcast is at in another year. • THANK YOU! • • • #fblm #feelbetterlivemore #podcast #applepodcast @applepodcasts #happy #healthy #lifestylemedicine @richroll @drayanpanja @jonnymac83 @njsingleton @marieforleo @andyramageofficial @petercroneofficial @satchin.panda @dhrupurohit @mrsanjayr @henry.healthyfamilies @lindageddes.science @drjandial @thebookyouwish @proffelicejacka @rossedgley @thenaturallifestylist @michael.pollan @danbuettner @jamie__murray @kilianjornet @chloebrotheridge @jameswallman @drruscio @haemin_sunim @mattzhaig @enagoski @alessandro15 @drtaraswart @_natashadevon @drmithustoroni @prof_valterlongo @johann.hari @jamescollinspn @drstevenlin @davidhigginslondon @parkrunuk @jeannettehydenutrition @thefootcollective @thehappypear @gabormatemd @fitnessexplorer @miguelmateas @meikwiking @ameliafreer @themedicinalchef @franklipmanmd @lightwatkins @emmawillisofficial @dr_mosconi @mattjwillis @jamieoliver @galahadclark @garyward_aim @healthvianutrition @angeliquepanagos @johnv_leon @theguthealthdoctor @doctors_kitchen @aseem.malhotra.98 @michaelacton @tim.spector

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‘Health has become overcomplicated – I am to simplify it,’ says Dr Rangan Chatterjee, GP, author, and host of the BBC’s Doctor In The House. He brings over 20 years of experience to Feel Better, Live More, a podcast which delves into some of the biggest health issues and questions of our time, helped by industry professionals, doctors and researchers. Past topics have included childhood obesity, friendship, running and brain health, and you can guarantee well-researched, informative content which offers practical advice for listeners, dispelling common health myths along the way. drchatterjee.com

Well Far

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PARIS MARATHON ✔️ – so I’m feeling pretty proud of myself RN. I went out today and gave it my best without being unkind on my body. I ran by what felt good, fuelled right and did LOADS of positive self talk – I’m more proud of that than my time…I think focusing on what was going well and this bloody beautiful city (soz London but this course is 👌🏻) was what kept me going. _ We’re so quick to talk to ourselves negatively and focus on the bad stuff (I do it all the time) so today when it got tough or I wanted to cry I just shook it off and zoned in on what was going right: id been running for 3 hrs, I hadn’t been sick, I was still smiling. _ If that sounds a bit nauseating soz. But honestly, here’s to making ourself proud and more positive talk. _ Now, where’s the rosé _ And for those asking about my time you can look it up if you really want. My race number was 37525 – I ran a PB by 9 mins. #wellfar #parismarathon #parismarathon2019

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Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, this podcast is filled with helpful tips for runners. Hosted by Women’s Health Digital Editor Amy Hopkinson, Well Far covers everything from running tech to race day nerves, with past interviewees including Olympic athlete Kelly Holmes, journalist Bryony Gordon and fitness guru Alice Liveing. Listen here

Food For Thought

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In her podcast Food For Thought, nutritionist Rhiannon Lambert aims to simplify the world of wellness, answering some of the biggest questions surrounding nutrition, fitness and mental health. In ‘The Truth About Carbs’, for instance, she defends carbohydrates – which are often given a bad rep – with help from Registered Dietitian Hala El-Shafie. She also talks childbirth with Prof. Lucilla Poston, Head of Women & Children’s Health at Kings College London; and delves into mental health with fellow podcast host Fearne Cotton. Listen here

10% Happier with Dan Harris

Newsman Dan Harris turned to meditation after having a panic attack live on Good Morning America. He quickly became a convert, and went on to write a book, create a meditation app, and most recently start a podcast. Instead of leading listeners on guided meditations, here Dan interviews experts and practitioners about everything surrounding meditation: from making habits to self-acceptance to stress. A listen will leave you feeling calm, reflective and motivated. tenpercent.com

The Doctor’s Kitchen

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After being diagnosed with a heart condition while working as a junior doctor, Rupy Aujla decided to look carefully at his diet. He realised there were some big deficiencies – an area which hadn’t been addressed in his medical training – and set out to address them. Not only did this stop the cardiac episodes, it signalled the start of a second career for Dr Rupy, one which focuses on food as medicine. In his podcast The Doctor’s Kitchen he draws on the latest research to offer actionable tips surrounding health and nutrition. Whether you’re looking to eat better for skin, eye health, teeth or inflammation, Dr Rupy has all the knowledge you need. thedoctorskitchen.com

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