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Podcasts: Wellness & Ancient Nutrition

Updated: Apr 14

What I listen to on the regular


A few people have asked me to put together a list of resources so they can learn more about alternative and natural medicine. So much of our health and wellness can be addressed with diet vs. pharmaceuticals, but it takes time to synthesize the information and examine the underlying belief that "only doctors and medical professionals have the answers."


The truth is, you're the only person who knows how you feel, and whether something is fundamentally helping or hurting you on your journey to vitality. The number of new diseases, illnesses and mood disorders is growing far faster than the medical field can keep up, and so much of this growth is due to the exponential growth in metabolism related issues. Learning to take health matters into your own hands begins with understanding how the body works and how it uses nutrients, minerals, vitamins, water, etc. to maintain homeostasis.


I love the following podcasts because they are digestible in terms of content, duration, and frequency in which they add fresh material and new episodes. Each of these shows breaks down the science in ways that everyone can relate to and understand without needing a medical degree or PhD. Many of the hosts and guests share their personal stories, and most of the shows include a rich set of resources and links in their episode notes where you can learn more about the topics.


I have also included a few shows related to neuro-diversity and ADHD that have helped me to better understand how my brain functions. These shows offer practical guidance, tips and useful tricks for working with my HSP and ADHD. (Best of all, they are short and sweet so my mind doesn't wander.)


Happy Listening!




Join Dr. Chris Motley, Courtney Bursich, and Dr. Josh Axe as they explore nutrition, natural health, fitness, and more with renowned special guests in the health and wellness industry on the Ancient Health Podcast.


Celebrating over 1 million downloads! Everyday Ayurveda and Yoga at Hale Pule is a remarkable podcast on holistic healing brought to you by Myra Lewin, founder and director of Hale Pule Ayurveda & Yoga. Ayurveda and Yoga are designed to work together to create greater peace and well-being in our lives. Tune in each month as Myra shares her perspective on the timeless wisdom that defines these ancient sciences. A thoughtful, intuitive teacher and a true healer, Myra will guide you to connect to your spirit, to your heart, and to the sacred space inside where you’ll find peace, truth and clarity.


Ayurveda Meets Modern Science is hosted by Dr. John Douillard, DC, CAP, founder of LifeSpa and author of seven health books (including bestselling Eat Wheat and The 3-Season Diet), seven online courses (including Yoga Journal courses Ayurveda 101 and 201), and numerous free eBooks.


The Commune Podcast is where we explore the ideas and practices that help us live healthy, connected, purpose-filled lives. Each week host Jeff Krasno speaks with teachers, spiritual leaders, doctors, and storytellers on topics related to personal and societal well-being — from nutrition and integrative medicine to spirituality and personal growth to environmental regeneration and civic engagement.


The go-to source for the latest cutting-edge science on overcoming fatigue and increasing your energy. The Energy Blueprint podcast brings together the world's leading researchers, doctors, and nutrition and lifestyle experts on the subject of fatigue and energy to help you get your energy back.



This podcast with over 5 million downloads is for smart, high-ability ADD/ADHD (diagnosed or suspecting) women who see their symptoms as more positive than negative. If you want to fall in love with your ADHD brain and discover where your brilliance lies, this podcast is for you!


The I Have ADHD Podcast is a clear, concise, and FUN podcast for adults with ADHD. Host Kristen Carder is an ADHD expert who has been supporting ADHDers for over a decade. Kristen began working with ADHD students in 2012 and transitioned to mindset coaching for ADHD adults in 2019.

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