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The Best Podcasts to Improve Health For Women

51 episodes

Health is not just physical. Health is mental, spiritual and emotional. I’ve curated the best episodes in terms of improving all forms of health: from sleep, to emotional health - and more.


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This episode is so good I had to listen three times, because empathy is such an interest topic to me. Part 1 of my notes - Empathy is something you CAN strengthen. - If you think being empathetic...Show More

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I do not usually listen to podcasts w/ celebrities, but this one was a win. I will definitely listen to it again! Key lessons: - Failure is essential to build resilience - We think that WHAT we do is...Show More

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This is why I love podcasts! Just what I neded to listen to. If you are prone to stress, burnout AND you're a women, I strongly suggest you listen to this episode (the first 2/3 of this episode is the...Show More

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The MBD podcast is one of my favorites b/c they actually give actionable advice on all things health! This is one of the better episodes I've listened to in a long time - a must listen for any health ...Show More

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One of my fave podcasts of all time. Amazing framework on how to view the “negative” things in the world such as death, abuse, etc. Acceptance is not indifference - it is freedom. There must be negati...Show More

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Interesting to learn about sugar face, alcohol face, gluten face and milk face. I love podcasts that discuss healthy aging from an external and internal perspective. Please share recommendations!

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If you’re struggling with anxiety, sadness, mental health or just looking for a better way to manage your emotions - this is the episode for you. My friend called this “the podcast episode of the year...Show More

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Takeaway-packed episode! Good for those interested in health, aging well and fitness. If you’re not aware of what faschia - I beg you to listen! Because awareness is first step to change :-) the impor...Show More

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I just finished Steve’s “Nature Of Work” program & had to his story & framework. Yes it’s LONG but good news, I took notes! Learn how to improve your quality of life through digital boundaries, the fu...Show More

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Fascinating podcast about spontaneous remissions and self-healing from those diagnosed with terminal diseases. Great episode to send to those who need a little bit of hope in healing.

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CAP Beauty in NYC was my first introduction into 'high vibrational' beauty and the concept of "Beauty is Wellness. Wellness is Beauty" (if you do not subscribe to their email newsletter - you must. Th...Show More

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Listen if you’re interested in healthy aging processes. According to this podcast, the key to healthy aging is blood sugar regulation. Also interestingly, exercise is important but the type of exercis...Show More

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My wish is for every single female to listen to this episode. These simple tips could save your life. It is SO important for us to teach our children: Niceness does NOT equal goodness, because nicenes...Show More

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Even Dr. Peter Attia was skeptical about this, but studies show, what studies show. Plus, this episode is less than 10 minutes long! Definitely worth your time to listen - it’s for your brain health!

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I listen to Dr. Peter Attia's 'Drive' for the newest research on longevity - but he never specifically speaks about women. Here's an episode with a MD that discusses longevity as it relates to women. ...Show More

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Oprah shares her perspective on aging & why it has been easier for her than other woman (hint: it's because she knew her worth was never based around how she looked!) Insightful and authentic conversa...Show More

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Good conversation on how we can extend the quality of our lives, and quantity from a doctor who almost committed suicide at the age of 19. Diet, exercise, mindset, community. The most interesting stat...Show More

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This episode was SO GOOD I listened to it twice. Listen if you're interested brain health. You'll learn about the different types of brains, supplements, and best foods/activities for the brain.

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Listen if you’re interested in brain health. Incredible story about a doctor who listened to her own intuition & had to undergo last minute emergency brain surgery to remove a tumor. Amazing tips to o...Show More

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Inflammation is underrated. There are secrets signs of inflammation that everybody overlooks including anxiety. Dr.Cole shares what labs you can request to get tested for inflammation and what foods t...Show More

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Listen if you want to learn science-backed strategies for decreasing stress & anxiety. Best goop episode I’ve listened to in a while. Brian reviews the different types of brains (which one are you??),...Show More

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"The end of mental illness begins by getting ride of the term: mental illness." Listen if you're interested in brain health and even SOMEWHAT interested in mental illness. The best conversation about ...Show More

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"Who am I if I am unable to work?" Listen if you (or someone you know) is a workaholic & needs to SLOW DOWN. Absolutely incredible story on Meditative Stories from Keith Yamashita. This podcast deserv...Show More

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Listen if you've been a new parent, or will be a parent in the future. Another great episode by Meditative Stories with real talk from actress Catherine Reitman about life as a new mom, and and how he...Show More

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"We are here to love." I've heard of Chantal Russell from Mimi Young so it was great to learn more about her work and story in this interview. I LOVE and deeply believe in forest bathing, earthing. Li...Show More

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I've been curious about the Trained podcast after it won a Webby. Nice interview format, great editing (each episode isn't longer than it needs to be and insights per minute are HIGH). This is a great...Show More

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A lot of people have histamine intolerance, yet have NO idea. Must listen if you're dealing with unexplained symptoms (headaches or migraines, nasal congestion or sinus issues, fatigue, hives, diges...Show More

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Important episode for all women to listen to. Take your breast health seriously because your doctor and the public health care system won’t do it for you. I have a close friend who was misdiagnosed ...Show More

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REALLY important episode about the impact on birth control on a women's brain and body. You are literally a different person when you are taking birth control. There is so much that isn't discussed wh...Show More

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My first goop fellas episode! And I'm impressed. Dr. Judy Ho shares concepts to stop self-sabotage, including CBT-based frameworks that I've never heard of including: box-breathing, the importance of ...Show More

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What an absolutely beautiful 5 minute episode. This is such an authentic apology from a woman named Grace in Kenya. She used to loathe her body - this heartfelt apology to her body is truly uplifting,...Show More

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WARNING: Explicit language and themes - not suitable for sensitive listeners. Amazing new podcast series that focuses on painful sex for women and the shame and politics that keep these conditions a s...Show More

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Why is putting your own needs ahead of others still viewed as 'selfish'? Master life coach Brooke Castillo brilliantly explains why that perspective is completely illogical. Women are taught to give, ...Show More

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In 2019, I was in two car incidents - one at the start of the year, and one at the end of the year. It's taken me a full year to realize that I never dealt with the trauma from either one of those sit...Show More

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Love this short talk from Dr. Jen Gunter - why isn't is okay to talk about menstruation, even amongst women? Really happy about all the #PeriodPositive movements in social media lately by various grou...Show More

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British Psychologist Marisa Peer is the founder of Rapid Transformational Therapy and her talk in this MindValley 'video'/podcast is one of the best explanations of how the deeply embedded human thoug...Show More

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Sasha gives us real talk: everybody (whether they are know it or not) needs therapy. I loved this analogy: finding the right therapy is like online dating. You are most likely NOT going to find the ri...Show More

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Finally. A doctor that debunks the 8 hour sleep myth. Dr. Janet Kennedy, psychologist and founder of NYC Sleep Doctor, has undoubtedly given the best sleep advice I've heard in a long time. There's a ...Show More

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Shine is a self-care app that provides tons of focused and modern meditations and personalized notifications for women to help them get through the daily challenges of life. Among my favorites: "Chann...Show More

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Dr. Peter Attia (and my physios) constantly preach about the importance of squatting and building = glute muscles to avoid back pain. Here's to squatting. 🙌

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Friendships are just as important as diet and exercise to good health - and there is science to prove it! Science journalist Lydia Denworth's new book: "Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and Extrao...Show More