5 Podcasts for your Health
Podcasts have gained popularity rapidly over the past couple of years. Whether you’re commuting to work, cleaning your home, or cooking a meal, podcasts make it easy to learn more about topics that are important to you straight from the experts! Thats what we are so excited to announce that our founders Alyson Ryan, LCSW and Danielle Zanzarov, PhD will be launching their own in the next couple of months! But if you just can’t wait, here are some of our favorites to listen to!
1. You Can Eat with Us
A relatable podcast for anyone who has ever struggled with their weight or body image. Host Cara Harbstreet RD, and founder of Libre Connections makes the eye-opening connection between modern dieting and the movie “Mean Girls.” Cara showcases the stories of experts and everyday people who have embraced intuitive eating and a non-diet approach. Watch her quick 10min intro episode and you’ll understand why we’re completely hooked!
2. Simple Roots Radio
As its title describes, Alexa Schirm’s Simple Roots Radio is a simple and real look into what it takes to live a healthier life. Instead of discussing the latest health trends, Alexa get’s right to the point on what you need to do today to live a better tomorrow. Getting healthy has never been so…well, simple!
3. Food for Thought
Food for thought is an insightful and informative look into living a compassionate and healthy lifestyle. Colleen Patrick-Goudreau does a fantastic job simplifying what it means to be vegan and debunking common myths associated with a plant-based diet. If you have ever considered going vegan or are curious to learn more about it’s benefits, this podcast is a must listen!
4. The BodyLove Project
Nutrition is not the only way we nourish our bodies. In each episode, Jessi Haggerty stresses the importance of self-love, meditation, fitness and overall well-being. Because the conversations we have with ourselves are just as important as the food we put into our bodies. Mend your relationship with food and your body with weekly episodes from the BodyLove Project.
5. Nutrition Facts with Dr. Michael Gregor
If you didn’t know already, Dr. Michael Gregor, American physician, author, and vegan health activist, has a wealth of knowledge available on his website, nutritionfacts.org. But if searching the web for the latest updates in health and nutrition is just not your style, then you may benefit from his weekly podcasts!