If you’re anything like us, you can’t get enough of podcasts. Whether you’re on your morning commute, taking an evening walk, or cooking dinner at home, podcasts can be a convenient and easy way to multitask and absorb new information.
Last week, we shared some of our favorite nutrition-focused podcasts. However, many other factors can influence our overall health and wellness, such as hormones, women’s health, mental health, happiness, and even self-care. Believe it or not, these can significantly impact our wellbeing.
This time, we’ve compiled some of our favorite podcasts that go beyond nutrition. Here are our 20 wellness-focused podcasts to add to your queue.
Are You Menstrual?, a podcast hosted by Amanda, a women’s health dietitian, and Emily, a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, navigates the confusing world of women’s hormones and the menstrual cycle.
This podcast covers a wide range of women’s health topics and ties in nutrition, female physiology, and metabolic health to help women understand their health. Episodes are usually about an hour long.
This podcast aims to help women wade through conflicting health information and empower them on their healing journey.
It breaks down complex subjects, educates listeners on the root causes of specific conditions, and provides helpful hacks that women can use to optimize their health.
The Peter Attia Drive is hosted by Peter Attia, MD, and focuses on maximizing longevity and all that goes into that, from physical to cognitive to emotional health.
Attia discusses fasting, ketosis, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, mental health, and much more. Episodes are usually two or more hours long.
It's a great podcast if you’re looking for in-depth discussions around the health topics featured. Dr. Attia has an episode for almost every health and fitness-related topic you can imagine. He also runs a special Q&A series where listeners can ask him specific questions.
On the Flex Diet Podcast, host Dr. Mike T. Nelson discusses the fitness world's latest research and scientific findings. Topics range from the importance of sleep to the effects of mental health, stress, and more on athletic performance. Episodes range from 30 minutes to an hour.
Each episode gets straight to the point and shares actionable tips and information concisely without losing the listener’s attention. Its science-backed approach is excellent for anyone looking to learn something new to help them on their fitness journey.
The Empowering Neurologist is an interview series podcast hosted by David Perlmutter, MD, and features some of the most exciting thought leaders in health and wellness.
This podcast covers topics ranging from aging to hormone health to memory loss. Episodes range from 45 minutes to an hour.
Dr. Perlmutter’s guests are experts in their fields, share interesting insights, and discuss new research and findings on some of the most prominent health issues today.
This podcast is an excellent resource for people who want actionable tips and advice from a unique neurological perspective.
Feel Better, Live More is a podcast hosted by Dr. Rangan Chatterjee that shares stories from leading health experts, offers easy health life hacks, and debunks common health myths.
This podcast seeks to inspire and power listeners and give them the tools to revolutionize how they eat, sleep, move and relax. Episodes range from one to two hours long.
Dr. Chatterjee’s stories are thought-provoking and full of valuable insights and practical tips that listeners can apply to their lives.
Each episode is thorough and consistently well-researched, and almost everyone can find something positive to take away from this podcast.
The Feel Good Effect is a wellness podcast with a mission to unpack what it means to be healthy. Hosted by Robyn Conley Downs, the founder of
Real Food Whole Life, this podcast is about leaning into self-trust, powerful mindset shifts, and radically simple strategies and habits that work. Episodes range from 20 minutes to an hour.
This podcast keeps things short and sweet and provides simple but effective tips for improving your overall health. The episodes are relatable and evidence-based, and they’re great if you don’t have a lot of free time to listen.
The Freakonomics MD podcast, hosted by Harvard physician and economist Dr. Bapu Jena, digs into topics at the intersection of economics and healthcare.
The podcast explores questions like: Why do kids with summer birthdays get the flu more often? Can surviving a hurricane help you live longer?
And what do heart surgery and grocery-store pricing have in common? Episodes are about 30 minutes long.
Dr. Jena’s podcast has a unique niche and explores relatable, interesting questions that you may have never even thought to ask yourself.
This podcast covers complex topics while succeeding in making them understandable and keeps its episodes succinct and to the point.
FX Medicine is a podcast at the forefront of ensuring that functional and integrative medicine is recognized.
The four hosts and their guests explore topics around mental health, nutrition, women’s health, immunity, and more. Episodes are about 45 minutes long.
This podcast promotes research and evidence-based therapeutic practices while supporting change and improving patient health and wellbeing.
The show’s guests are insightful and qualified, and the episodes cover a wide range of health topics so that almost anyone can learn something new.
Hosted by the Hormone Dietitian, otherwise known as Melissa Groves Azarro, RDN, Hormonally Yours is a podcast that shares science-based information about PCOS, fertility, and other hormone imbalances in women. Episodes are about an hour long.
This podcast is an excellent resource for people with hormonal imbalances, PCOS, and other conditions. For anyone feeling frustrated or looking for help with PCOS, there are a lot of interesting insights, tips, and information explained in detail on this podcast.
On the Huberman Lab podcast, Dr. Andrew Huberman discusses neuroscience and how the brain controls our perceptions, behaviors, and health.
The podcast also explores tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works. Episodes are usually around 2 hours long.
Dr. Huberman does a great job explaining complicated subjects in-depth and brings guests with unique perspectives to join him in the discussion.
Giving this podcast a listen will open your mind to new possibilities you may not have even considered about the brain and its intricacies.
The Inside Out Health podcast is hosted by coach Tara Garrison and takes a deep dive into human health alongside experts in the biohacking, nutrition, training, and self-development fields. Episodes are about 30 minutes to an hour.
There are so many things that can affect health and wellbeing, and this podcast explores everything from mental health to the nervous system to help listeners understand their effects on health.
Each episode features a guest who helps Tara break down all aspects of human health and uncover ways to feel better, live healthier, and find the root causes behind several health issues.
The Living Experiment podcast, hosted by Dallas Hartwig and Pilar Gerasimo, explores healthy, happy, conscious living through various topics that anyone can relate to.
The duo interviews guests to dive deeper into how we live our lives and how we can change our habits. Episodes are about an hour long.
This podcast is easy to follow and can help give listeners a new perspective on life, healthy living, and self-care.
It explores unique topics around nutrition, outlook, trauma, and human connection, which are relatable and interesting for the listener.
Mind Pump is a health, fitness, and nutrition podcast hosted by Sal Di Stefano, Adam Schafer, and Justin Andrews.
The trio aims to present science-backed solutions that increase muscular development and performance while simultaneously emphasizing health. Episodes are an hour to an hour and a half long.
This is an excellent podcast for anyone looking to further their understanding of fitness and how the body builds muscle and recovers correctly after exercise.
It goes beyond the gym to discuss everything from nutrition to the immune system to create a well-rounded guide to reaching top athletic performance.
Check out our favorite episode, "Improving Fat Loss, Muscle Gain, and Fitness with CGMs," featuring NutriSense.
Less Stressed Life is a podcast hosted by Christa Biegler RD that focuses on the detrimental impact stress can have on our lives and our health.
Biegler explores the limitations of traditional medicinal solutions for things like gut health issues and hormonal imbalances with a range of qualified guests. Episodes range from about 30 minutes to an hour-long.
Managing stress is essential to overall health, and this podcast details why that is and provides actionable tips that listeners apply to their life.
Christa is energetic, insightful, and knowledgeable about stress's impact on our lives.
On Being is an award-winning podcast by Krista Tippett that explores the big questions of meaning — spiritual inquiry, science, social healing, and the arts. Episodes range from about an hour to two hours long.
This podcast tackles deep topics thoughtfully and thoroughly. Its long episodes allow Krista to explore new perspectives on life and her guests come from exciting backgrounds to bring different outlooks and opinions to the table.
Named by Oprah as a thought leader for the next generation, The Marie Forleo Podcast seeks to help you become the person you most want to be.
Marie and her guests share actionable strategies for greater happiness, success, motivation, creativity, productivity, love, health, contribution, and fulfillment in this podcast. Episodes are usually around 45 minutes long.
This podcast is uplifting and authentic and shares important insights on happiness, respect, and confidence that everyone should take to heart.
It’s a great way to get a boost if you feel lost or off track, and remember to check in with your mental health from time to time.
On Purpose with Jay Shetty is a podcast that aims to spread wisdom. Each episode features fascinating conversations with some very insightful people from around the world and covers topics ranging from love to therapy, toxic relationships, expectations, and more.
Episodes range from 30 minutes to an hour and a half long.
This podcast, which has featured guests like Vanessa Hudgens and Miranda Kerr, covers relatable topics about everyday life that can help you learn everything from monitoring your mental health to recognizing toxic patterns and becoming more productive.
The Resetter Podcast is hosted by Dr. Mindy Pelz, a renowned holistic health and fasting expert, best-selling author, and keynote speaker.
This podcast aims to empower you with knowledge, tools, and science on all aspects of health and wellness. Episodes range from an hour to an hour and a half long.
Dr. Pelz shares valuable information for anyone interested in intermittent fasting and explores the role of food on health with several qualified guests.
Listen to our favorite episode, "How does blood sugar affect your hormones?" featuring NutriSense.
The Model Health Show takes a fun look at health and fitness. Host and world-renowned author and nutritionist Shawn Stevenson.
Whether it's weight loss, chronic fatigue, heart disease, diet, exercise, sex, hormones, sleep problems, or numerous other health topics, the insights you get here will help you transform your health. Episodes range from an hour to an hour and a half long.
This podcast breaks down complex health issues and makes them easy to understand and overcome.
Shawn covers topics that everyone can relate to and take something positive away from and also does a great job of helping people stay motivated to reach their health goals.
Ten Percent Happier is a podcast by best-selling author Dan Harris and features guests ranging from eminent meditation teachers to top scientists and even the odd celebrity.
Dan ventures into subjects such as enlightenment, meditation, psychedelics, and science-based techniques for issues such as anxiety, productivity, and relationships. Episodes are usually an hour long.
Dan features a range of guests that help him break down barriers to happiness and explore ways to change your perspective.
Episodes are relatable and can allow listeners to change their way of thinking about life.
There’s a lot of great information out there that can help you instill healthy habits, take care of your body, and feel better overall. Everyone’s health journey might look a little bit different, and that’s why a program like NutriSense is designed to help you understand your individual health needs and guide you to optimize your health.
Blood sugar spikes can impact your wellbeing. A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) can give you insights into your body through real-time data to shed light on how your nutrition, sleep, stress, and exercise habits affect your health.
When you sign up, you’ll be paired with a dietitian to help you build healthy habits and create a personalized plan to optimize your health. See how NutriSense can help you take the first step to better health today.
Age isn't the only factor that can affect fertility. Let’s explore how new technology has changed our understanding of fertility and reproductive health..
Watermelon is a hydrating and delicious summertime snack, but have you ever wondered if it can raise your glucose levels? Read on for more about this tasty fruit.
Polycystic ovary syndrome, or PCOS, is a condition that involves endocrine and metabolic imbalances. Here are some PCOS friendly foods to include in your diet for better health.
NutriSense dietitian Katrina Larsen, MS, RD,N, LD, CDCES discusses the risk factors for sleep apnea and how this disorder is linked to other health conditions.
A well-stocked kitchen is the key to making healthy eating choices. Let’s explore some kitchen staples that you can keep on hand to make healthy eating easier.
Have you ever wondered how your glucose levels might be connected to joint pain? We'll take a deep dive into this connection and share tips for reducing pain.
Hiking has a host of benefits for your health and fitness. We'll explore how this activity can boost your wellbeing and share a few tips for getting started.
In this article, we break down what a low FODMAP diet looks like for beginners, and its potential benefits and drawbacks for gastrointestinal health.
Russell Battles shares how using a CGM helped him revamp his diet, exercise, and lifestyle after suffering from a heart attack.
Wondering how effective ketones are for building muscle? In this post, we’ll dig into ketones, exercise, and muscle growth to see what the connection is.
Here are nine tips for stabilizing your blood sugar levels, plus some insights from the NutriSense dietitian team on how to detect blood sugar imbalances.
In this article, we explore the the effects that tomatoes may have on blood sugar levels and insulin response, plus other ways that tomatoes can affect your health.
Macro setting and tracking can be valuable tools in reaching your health goals. Here's how to get started.
Let’s take a deep dive into how high blood sugar levels can be a risk factor for kidney failure and what you can do to ensure optimal kidney health.
Did you know that aging can lead to problems with your balance? Read on to find out what can cause balance issues and how you can combat this occurrence.
Do mangos raise blood sugar? Are they good for your health? Read on to find out.
Whether you're trying out “meatless Mondays“ or exploring vegan food for the first time, here's a beginner’s guide to getting started on a plant-based diet.
Dermatomyositis is an autoimmune condition that affects the skin. Here's how to manage it with evidence based nutrition and lifestyle tips.
Learn what high-intensity resistance training is, how it can benefit your metabolism, and nine tips to get started with HIRT.
Learn more about whether or not avocados raise blood sugar levels, and the many health benefits that can come from including avocados in your diet.
Member Stuart Tutler explains how insights from a CGM helped him change his approach to nutrition and improve his blood sugar levels.
Did you know that living with a pet can do more than just put a smile on your face? Read on to learn all the ways living with pets improves your wellbeing.
Amanda Seitz explains how the NutriSense's 3 month CGM program helped revamp her habits and lifestyle for better glucose response.
Let’s take a deeper look at conditions like the common cold and the flu to see what they can do to your blood sugar levels.
Starting on a weight loss journey might sound daunting if you’re someone who doesn’t love to hit the gym. Here are 20 practical ways to shed a few extra pounds without exercise.
The summertime means switching out hot lattes for iced coffee. Read on to explore dietitian-approved healthy iced coffee drinks.
Kate Brown shares how she was able to lose weight, reduce stress, and manage her anxiety using a CGM.
Let’s have a look at 11 reasons why you may not be shedding weight on a keto diet and a few solutions to help you make it over your weight loss plateau.
A blood ketone level of .5 to 3.0 millimoles per liter is the ideal range for ketosis. Find out more here.
Read on to learn about the potential causes of constipation, how constipation can affect your blood sugar, plus a few tips for healthy stool formation.
In this post, we share our roundup of six NutriSense dietitian-endorsed healthy desserts that will hit the spot this summer. Read on to discover healthy treats for your sweet tooth.
Nordic walking is a full-body workout in which special lightweight poles are held in each hand to activate the entire body while walking. Learn the benefits of Nordic walking and how you can get started with this activity.
Meredith Standridge discusses her takeaways after a year with a CGM, and how NutriSense has helped her implement new, lifelong habits to help her optimize her health.
In this article, we’ll cover 12 of the best exercises to add to your routine to help you lose weight, build muscle, and improve your metabolism.
What are the healthiest types of noodles and how can you turn them into a delicious noodle bowl? Read on to find out.
Insulin resistance can be tough to manage. Learn why it’s important to improve insulin resistance and how you can reduce or reverse the effects of insulin resistance with healthy weight loss.
Polyphenols and tannins are prominent antioxidants found in many common foods. So, what exactly do they do and how can you add them to your diet? Let's find out.
Reducing your exposure to toxins means making your environment healthier. Here are eight dietitian-approved tips for a healthy environment.
Want to boost heart health? Learn which foods reduce risk of cardiovascular disease and which foods add to it.
Weight management is essential for a healthy lifestyle. Here are nine weight management tips.
Staying hydrated is important. We'll guide you through a few dietitian-endorsed hydration tips that can help you boost your daily fluid intake.
Let’s break down just how vital water is for overall health and how dehydration, among other things, can affect blood sugar levels.
The best way to combat low blood sugar at home is to take a glucose tablet or glucose gel. Here’s what to do with low blood sugar at home.
Ready to learn all about fiber beyond just the basics? In this post, we dive deep into the different kinds of fiber and health benefits of each. From functional fiber to fermentation, we break down all the jargon into a layman's language.
Inflammation can have a negative connotation it comes to your health. But could it actually be a good thing when it comes to muscle-building? Read on to find out.
Check out these healthy Fourth of July recipes plus some tips on keeping blood glucose levels steady through the holiday from the NutriSense Nutrition Team.
Dietitian and author of "Heart Disease Cookbook" Katie Reines discusses using a CGM to help balance blood sugars and hormones to manage and reverse health conditions.
Technical writer, competitive ballroom dancer, and seven-year veteran of the carnivore diet, Linda Salant talks about using the CGM to get clarity on how a unique diet could affect blood sugar levels.
Founder of health and fitness brand Shack Fit, John Shackleton is a fitness and nutrition enthusiast. He talks about using the CGM to "check under the hood” and see how his physiology was responding to certain foods.
Athletic trainer Shaye Reynolds talks about feeling stuck on her health journey, and how NutriSense and the CGM Program helped fine-tune her wellness routine and have a better understanding of her diet and workout practices.
If you're gearing up to travel or spend more time outdoors this summer, here are a few tips to help you stay safe and hydrated in the sun.
When Christine Aochi was diagnosed with prediabetes, she knew she had to start focusing more on her health. She tells us how the CGM and dietitian support with NutriSense helped her to lower her blood glucose levels, lose weight, and enjoy her food.
Charlotte LaGuardia, MS, CNS, CDN, is the owner of virtual nutrition practice, Thrive East. She talks to us about using data points and experiments with a CGM to make informed decisions about health and wellness.
Elite athlete and founder of Pure Massage Boulder, Tracey Jacobs is committed to her health. She discusses using the CGM with dietitian support to help maximize performance and elevate her workouts.
Jennifer Brumit loves the CGM because it helps her add to what she already does to stay healthy. She talks about why she thinks everyone should be using one to educate themselves and boost overall wellness.
Donating blood can save a life, and these donations are needed more often than you may think. Read on to learn how autoimmune conditions affect your eligibility to donate.
As a new mom, you may be eager to regain your pre-pregnancy body, but it's essential to take things slow and follow postpartum diet guidelines. Read on to discover dietitian recommended postpartum guidelines to losing weight.
Alongside a healthy diet, adding certain nutrients can help with achieving optimal blood glucose levels. Here are nine supplements that help your body do just that!
We asked our Nutrition Team to help us debunk 14 popular nutrition and lifestyle myths. Here's what our dietitians—and the research—say about these age-old myths.
You may have always considered oatmeal to be a healthy breakfast option, but is it really that good for you? Let’s break down the different components of oatmeal and find out.
To help you make the most of the warmer weather, we asked Carlee Hayes, RDN, CD, and Nutrition Manager here at NutriSense, to share a few of her favorite summer soup recipes.
Insulin resistance can create a variety of health issues and lead to type 2 diabetes. Here are nine effective ways to improve insulin sensitivity for improved metabolic health.
Did you know your gut influences how well your brain functions? Here are our top dietitian approved tips to boost gut health for improved cognitive functioning.
Catherine Staffieri discusses the impact of glucose on hormones, perimenopause and menopause, weight loss and the incredible benefits of using a CGM as a tool to help you feel your best.
To discuss how a health coach can incorporate this in their practice, Health Coach Academy invited Carlee Hayes to the show.
This week, we’ve compiled some of our favorite podcasts that go beyond nutrition. Here are 20 wellness-focused podcasts to add to your queue.
Are BCAAs worth it? This post digs into 30+ years of research to answer this question. The answer may surprise you.
Menopause can be a difficult journey, so we've compiled some of the most effective, science backed tips to help you with menopause-related weight gain.
Father’s Day is around the corner, and whether you’re celebrating your dad, a father figure, or another cherished loved one, helping them take care of their health can be the ultimate gift.
Here's a helpful list of some of our favorite low-carb snacks that can help you keep your diet varied and full of healthy nutrients.
Whether you're looking for low GI summer snacks or healthy sweet treats, this post has got you covered. Here are tasty low glycemic index recipes everyone will enjoy!
Wondering if grapes are safe for people with diabetes to include in their diet? Read on to find out.
Cholesterol plays a very important role in the human body, contributing to the structure of the cells, helping with vitamin D synthesis, and also promoting the production of steroid and sex hormones, like cortisol, aldosterone, testosterone, and estrogen. But how exactly is cholesterol connected to blood glucose levels?
We sat down with Kara Collier, our co-founder and VP of Health here at NutriSense, to take a closer look at how CGMs work and what you need to know about these devices before using one.
Are carbs and sugar the same? In this post, we break down the key differences between the two and share the benefits of complex carbohydrates.
Read on to learn more about DOMS, how long it can last, and then pick from our list of the best breakfasts to help beat that post-workout soreness, support muscle building, and encourage fat loss.
When it comes to lowering blood sugar levels, not all supplements are created equal. From ginseng to aloe vera, here are some of the best supplements to help avoid high blood sugar and encourage blood sugar control.
Bloating that results from a surgery can sometimes be an unexpected part of the recovery process. Is there anything you can do to reduce bloating or prevent it from happening? And what causes this bloating anyway? Read on to find the answer to these questions and much more to help you combat your post-surgery swelling.
Learn why fiber is classified as a carb and how to increase your intake of this health promoting nutrient.
Did you know Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease? Read on to learn what it's like living with PD plus discover treatment options.
From rosemary water to dry scooping, should you be trying every new trend that hits TikTok? How can you tell which ones may help and which ones to steer clear of?
As great as sugar tastes, including too much of it in your diet can lead to certain health problems. Read on to learn more about the role sugar plays in keeping your skin healthy.
Read on to see which podcasts our dietitians recommend if you’re interested in learning more about nutrition and health.
Nicotine is a chemical in tobacco that can affect your health in various ways. Read our article to learn how it impacts blood sugar levels and insulin sensitivity.
CGMs are now an excellent tool for anyone who wants to optimize their metabolic health. Read on to find out more about the benefits CGMs can have for healthy people!
Although bariatric surgery can be an effective way to lose weight and improve health for people who are obese, it’s a major decision. Find out what lifestyle changes you need to make before going under the knife.
Excited to fire up the grill this summer? Read on to learn if grilling is healthy for you plus check out the NutriSense Nutrition Team's favorite grilling recipes for the season.
Did you know that your gut health can impact your blood glucose levels? Explore ways to improve your gut health for optimal glucose levels.
Rheumatoid arthritis is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease that can cause swelling and joint pain. Learn more about how it develops and how other health conditions affect its onset.
We’ve hand-picked the best weight loss apps available. Here are the thirteen best weight loss apps.
An emerging treatment, red light therapy promises to prevent and treat the signs of aging and other skin issues. Read on to find out more.
Struggling to stick with a health-promoting diet? Here’s how to make it enjoyable so you can reap the benefits.
VP of Health and co-founder of NutriSense Kara Collier discusses reaching optimal health through blood sugar regulation, what a continuous glucose monitor is, and who might benefit from using it.
In this episode of Zero to CEO, Jason Sherman talks to Dan Zavorotny about how to turn your idea into a 120 person team in 2.5 years.
Body mass index is a term you may have seen tossed around quite a bit in the health world. You may know that it’s a way to measure body fat, but with so many new tests for measuring overall fitness and health, is BMI still reliable?
If you're watching your glucose levels, traditional BBQ staples may not be the best choice. Here are some recipes that will help you enjoy a Memorial Day meal without a blood sugar spike.
Mental health has a significant impact on your overall health; here are tips, tools, and apps to improve your mental wellbeing.
Living with diabetes can be a challenge, especially when it comes to keeping your blood sugar levels regulated. Learn if you can check your blood sugar at home without a meter.
With summer right around the corner, it’s time to make sure you have the tools you need to protect yourself from sunburn and sun damage. But how do you choose the right one for adequate sun protection?
Learn how Japanese water therapy can help with weight loss, energy levels, and detoxification.