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Welcome to Wellness with Liz Earle, the weekly podcast from Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine, hosted by Liz. With insights into all things wellbeing, the latest health and beauty news, what to eat, how to live well and how to spot a gem of wellbeing wisdom from a passing fad.

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Welcome to Wellness with Liz Earle, the weekly podcast from Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine, hosted by Liz. With insights into all things wellbeing, the latest health and beauty news, what to eat, how to live well and how to spot a gem of wellbeing wisdom from a passing fad.

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Wonderfully beautiful informative podcasts

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I am totally in love with Liz Earle and all the wonderful comprehensive messages she is bringing to us on various areas on health, wellness and our environment. I have learnt so much already and working my way through all previous episodes so I don’t miss out!

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Wonderfully beautiful informative podcasts

By Yazzy_B31 - Nov 08 2018
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I am totally in love with Liz Earle and all the wonderful comprehensive messages she is bringing to us on various areas on health, wellness and our environment. I have learnt so much already and working my way through all previous episodes so I don’t miss out!
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Wellness with Liz Earle

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Welcome to Wellness with Liz Earle, the weekly podcast from Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine, hosted by Liz. With insights into all things wellbeing, the latest health and beauty news, what to eat, how to live well and how to spot a gem of wellbeing wisdom from a passing fad.

Rank #1: S5E7: Gut health with Professor Tim Spector

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A new area of research, we now know that gut health is central to our health and wellbeing. We’re kicking off our three-part gut-health special with bestselling author and leading British gut guru – Professor Tim Spector. In his book, The Diet Myth, Tim shared that the key to health and weight loss lies not in the latest fad diet, nor even in the simple mantra of ‘eat less move more’, but in the microbes already inside us. Listen in as Tim shares the magic of the microbiome and what we can all do to look after our gut health.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Tim shares how he first became interested in gut health.
  • Is our gut bacteria more influential than our genes?
  • Liz and Tim discuss how our gut microbiome (collection of bacteria) develop from birth.
  • Tim explains why babies need good gut health in their first few days.
  • How does caesarian birth affect our gut bacteria?
  • Tim explains the techniques that can make caesarian birth more gut-friendly.
  • Tim describes the influence of gut microbes in the body.
  • How does gut health affect our weight?
  • Tim explains why calorie counting doesn’t always work.
  • Tim describes his exciting new study and what he hopes it will tell us about gut health and nutrition.
  • How can meal times affect digestion?
  • Are their benefits to skipping breakfast?
  • Tim and Liz discuss how fasting can improve our gut health.
  • How does fibre benefit our gut microbes?
  • Tim explains the importance of polyphenols and how we can add more to our diet.
  • Do we need to eat organic to protect our gut microbes?
  • Do artificial sweeteners hurt our good gut bacteria?

More gut health wisdom from Professor Tim Spector:

Read Tim’s bestselling book – The Diet Myth. 

Follow Tim on Instagram and Twitter.

Sign up to Tim’s gut health and nutrition study.

*This episode is brought to you by our friends at BimunoBimuno is the daily fibre supplement that increases the levels of good gut bacteria and helps people to enjoy the benefits of a balanced gut in just seven days. It’s simple to take and fits easily into your daily routine. Bimuno are offering listeners 10% off – simply use the code LIZ10 at checkout. 

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Jul 31 2019
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Rank #2: S4E4: Bathing with Suzanne Duckett

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This week, Liz is joined in the Wellbeing Studios by Suzanne Duckett. Suzanne is a well-known journalist, author and speaker best known for uncovering realistic remedies to help counteract modern day maladies. One such realistic remedy is bathing and her new book – Bathe: The Art of Finding Rest, Relaxation and Rejuvenation in a Busy World – is about just that. Listen in to find out how a long soak can improve wellbeing.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Suzanne talks about all the different types of bathing from having a bath at home to wild swimming and sound bathing.
  • Liz and Suzanne discuss the link between beauty and health.
  • Suzanne shares how she built her career in journalism.
  • Suzanne explains how you can learn a lot about a nation by the way that they bathe.
  • Liz and Suzanne discuss the psychological and physical benefits of sauna.
  • Suzanne talks about the benefits of bath salts.
  • Liz and Suzanne discuss the surprising wellbeing benefits of getting your kit off.

More from Suzanne:

Buy Suzanne’s book

Suzanne’s website

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Mar 20 2019
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Rank #3: S4E7: Breast health with Professor Michael Baum

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Welcome back to another episode of Wellness with Liz Earle. This is the second part of two episodes we’ve recorded with renowned breast cancer surgeon, Professor Michael Baum. In the first episode we took a deep dive into breast cancer (its causes, types and treatments) and in this second segment Liz and Michael discuss breast health more widely including the surprising reality of breast cancer screening and ways to improve the quality of life, health and vitality of all mid-life women. 

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Michael explains that there is no link between certain breast health issues and developing breast cancer
  • Liz and Michael talk through the issues with breast self-examination
  • Michael describes symptoms and treatments for complications such as cysts and breast pain
  • Michael and Liz discuss the benefits of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  • Michael debunks the association between hormones and breast cancer 
  • Michael describes the impact of breast cancer screenings
  • Liz and Michael discuss alternative and complementary medicines

More from Michael:

Follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelBaum11

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Apr 10 2019
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Rank #4: S4E6: Breast cancer with Professor Michael Baum

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In this week’s episode we’re delighted to be chatting to a world class medic and breast cancer surgeon who has been top of his tree for more years than many of us have even been alive. Professor Michael Baum qualified as a doctor in 1960 and went on to hold chairs of surgery at Kings College and University College London, as well as later working as a professor of surgery at the world renowned Royal Marsden Hospital and the Institute of Cancer Research. He has studied his specialist subject, breast cancer, for the past 50 years, and there can be few in the world who know as much on this as he. In this first part of two episodes Liz recorded with Michael, we’ll be taking a closer look at breast cancer, how it develops and how to treat it.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Michael shares how he first became interested in breast cancer.
  • Michael explains that breast cancer is far from a new phenomenon.
  • Liz and Michael discuss whether men can develop breast cancer.
  • Michael explains what the statistics say about whether breast cancer is on the rise.
  • Liz and Michael talk through the main breast cancer risk factors.
  • Liz and Michael discuss how to interpret headlines about breast cancer risk.
  • Michael explains the different types of breast cancer.
  • Michael describes how breast cancer treatment has evolved over the years.
  • Michael emphasises the importance of taking part in clinical trials.
  • Liz and Michael discuss immunotherapy.
  • Liz asks for Michael’s take on a number of breast cancer scare stories.

More from Michael:

Follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelBaum11

Michael’s paintings:

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Apr 03 2019
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Rank #5: S5E1: HIIT and high-fat eating with Zana Morris

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Hello and welcome to another episode of Wellness with Liz Earle. In this week’s episode, Liz is joined by Zana Morris – a leading personal trainer and nutritional specialist with over 20 years experience in her field. She is the owner of three multi award-winning boutique gyms in London as well as the author of The High Fat Diet: How to Lose Ten Pounds in Fourteen Days. She joins Liz in the Wellbeing Studios to talk about the benefits of high-intensity weight training and how eating fat can help us lose fat.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Topics discussed in the episode:

  • What is high-intensity weight training?
  • Is it possible to be fitter in your 50s than you were in your 40s?
  • Why less is often more when it comes to exercise.
  • Why running isn’t the most efficient way to get fit.
  • How does HIIT affect the immune system?
  • What’s the optimal length of a HIIT session?
  • What are the benefits of weight-training for mid-life women?
  • Zana shares the impact of the 2012 Olympics on women’s approach to weight-training.
  • Why lifting heavy weights won’t make you bulky.
  • Liz shares her experiments with high-fat eating.
  • How does eating fat help you lose fat?
  • What is ketosis and how does it work?
  • What supplements support muscle gain?
  • What is the best exercise for sculpting abs?
  • What are the benefits of vitamin B5?

Further resources:

For 1-2-1 guidance, book into Zana’s boutique gyms here.

Connect with Zana on Twitter (@ZanaMorris).

Buy Zana’s book, The High Fat Diet: How to Lose Ten Pounds in Fourteen Days

Buy our weight training guide,  A Stronger, Slimmer You for Liz’s favourite at-home exercises.

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Jun 19 2019
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Rank #6: S4E2: UTIs and estrogen with Dr. Louise Newson

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Welcome back to another episode of Wellness with Liz Earle. This week, Dr. Louise Newson returns to the podcast for the second part of our pelvic health series. (If you missed part one, be sure to tune in as Liz discussed everything you need to know about vaginal dryness with Dr. Rebecca Lewis.) Louise is a GP, menopause specialist and founder of the Newson Health Menopause Clinic in Stratford-upon-Avon. Listen in as she and Liz explore the all-too-common problem of recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs). 

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Liz and Louise discuss the difference between cystitis and UTIs.
  • Louise explains the role that estrogen plays in protecting against infection.
  • Louise shares how hormonal therapy can help treat women with recurring UTIs.
  • Liz and Louise debunk homeopathic UTI treatments.
  • Liz and Louise share their concerns about the rise of antibiotic resistance.
  • Liz shares the importance of gut health and how dietary changes can make a real difference.
  • Liz and Louise debunk the myths about estrogen.
  • Louise explains that STIs are on the rise in those over 50 and what can be done to tackle the issue.

More from Louise:

Louise’s menopause clinic

Louise’s website

Follow Louise on Instagram @menopause_doctor

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Mar 06 2019
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Rank #7: S4E10: Millinery with Jane Taylor

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In this last episode of season four, Liz is joined by leading British milliner, Jane Taylor. Jane’s fashion-forward pieces and avant-garde creations have made her synonymous with British millinery. Her sculptural hats and headpieces are highly coveted among an elite circle of London style icons and she even has a number of royal clientele, including the Duchess of Cambridge, Zara Tindall, the Countess of Wessex and Princess Eugenie. Jane joins Liz in the Wellbeing studios to share the history of British millinery, her design process and her top tips for looking great throughout the summer season ahead.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Jane describes how she first became interested in millinery.
  • Jane explains the process involved in making a hat.
  • Liz and Jane talk through the sustainability of materials used in hat-making.
  • Jane explains the process involved when designing bespoke pieces for clients.
  • Jane describes how certain styles are suited to different types of hat and different shape faces.
  • Jane shares how best to look after your hats and headpieces.
  • Liz asks Jane about her career highlights.
  • Jane emphasises the importance of a hat fitting correctly and what to look out for.

More from Jane:

You can follow Jane’s work via her website, or on InstagramTwitter and Facebook.

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May 01 2019
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Rank #8: S5E3: Skin secrets with Alison Young

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Hello and a very warm welcome back to Wellness with Liz Earle. In this week’s episode, Liz is joined by beauty expert Alison Young. Ali is best known for being QVC’s longest standing and most trusted beauty presenter (where she met Liz!) but much of the work she’s done throughout her illustrious 30+ year career has, in fact, been off camera. Advising and directing some of our best-loved brands, it’s hard to overstate the influence she’s had on the beauty industry during this time. Strongly against the need for surgery and injectables, she’s an advocate for great results which can be achieved in our own homes, sharing her findings on screen, radio, in the press and on her own website Alison Young Beauty. She joins us today to discuss how we can all look our best in mid-life and beyond.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Topics discussed in the episode:

  • How did Alison first get involved in the world of beauty?
  • Common questions which Alison receives
  • What are the benefits of hyaluronic acid and vitamin C?
  • Peptides- what they are and what they do?
  • How to tackle active vs ‘lazy’ skin?
  • Liz and Alison discuss how to navigate product labels and ingredients
  • Liz and Alison explore retinol
  • What are some of Alison’s must-have beauty products?
  • Skincare and beauty advice for chemotherapy and other illnesses
  • Alison’s key ingredients for healthy skin
  • Do product reviews complicate things for skincare consumers?
  • How to tackle dark circles and bags under the eyes?
  • Alison’s advice on high-tech gadgets and therapy treatments
  • Liz and Alison discuss the use of different types of light and their benefits for skin
  • How long should you be using a new product in order to see benefits?
  • How you can use a skincare product in order to maximise value
  • What does home look like for Alison Young?
  • Alison shares her love of dogs, horses and gardening

Further resources:

You can Find Alison Young’s website Alison Young Beauty here.

Follow Alison Young on Instagram at @aliyoungbeauty

Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter here.

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Jul 03 2019
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Rank #9: S5E4: Get strong with Amanda Thebe

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This week, our guest has come all the way from Texas! Amanda Thebe is a personal trainer and nutrition coach with over twenty years industry experience. Partly inspired by her own experience which she has described as ‘menopause hell,’ Amanda is on a mission to help women feel healthier, fitter and more unstoppable in their second half of life than they did in their first. The secret, she says, is lifting heavy weights often.  Tune in for an inspiring and motivating deep dive into the benefits of strength training with plenty of tips for absolute beginners.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Topics discussed in the episode:

  • Amanda shares how she became a personal trainer
  • She describes how she struggled to take her clients’ menopausal symptoms seriously before experiencing the ‘menapocalypse’ herself
  • Amanda explains why she was initially reluctant to take HRT and what changed her mind
  • She talks about the state of menopause care in the US in comparison to the UK
  • Liz and Amanda discuss how our hormones can affect our motivation to exercise
  • Amanda details what the evidence says about the benefits of strength training during later life
  • Will strength training make us bulky?
  • Liz and Amanda chat about how the stereotype of a 50 year old woman is changing
  • Is it ever too late to build muscle mass?
  • Amanda describes why women are stronger than they think
  • Amanda shares her tips for beginners
  • Amanda explains the benefits of resistance bands
  • Why is building muscle mass so important?
  • Can strength training help with hot flushes?
  • Amanda explains why eating more protein can help to slim down in mid-life
  • Amanda shares the benefits of branch chain amino acids
  • Liz and Amanda discuss the place for sweet treats in our diets

Where to find Amanda:

Follow Amanda on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/amanda.thebe/

Follow Amanda on Twitter – https://twitter.com/fitnchips?lang=en-gb

Amanda’s website – fitnchips.com

Listen to Amanda’s podcast – https://fitnchipschats.podomatic.com/

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Jul 10 2019
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Rank #10: S5E8: Fermented foods with Ursel Barnes

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A staple of any gut-friendly diet, fermented foods can help to increase the diversity of our good gut bugs. In this episode, Liz is joined by famed fermenter, Ursel Barnes, to discuss the secrets of fermentation, the benefits of veg-centric eating and Ursel’s favourite gut-friendly ingredients.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Ursel shares how she first recognised the benefits of fermented foods.
  • Liz and Ursel discuss the gut-health benefits of rest and sleep.
  • Ursel explains the benefits of eating lots of plants.
  • Ursel shares her favourite plant-based protein.
  • What are the 5Ks of gut health?
  • Liz shares how sourdough has improved her father’s health.
  • What is fibre?
  • Ursel shares why fibre is so important for great gut health.
  • Liz and Ursel discuss the benefits of intermittent fasting.
  • What are the benefits of seaweed?
  • Liz and Ursel share their experience of eating keto.

Resources mentioned in the episode:

Don’t miss part one of this three-part, gut-health special with Professor Tim Spector.

Visit Ursel’s deli, High Mood Food

For fermented food inspiration, follow Ursel on Instagram.

Read our in-depth article all about the benefits of fibre for the gut.

*This episode is brought to you by our friends at BimunoBimuno is the daily fibre supplement that increases the levels of good gut bacteria and helps people to enjoy the benefits of a balanced gut in just seven days. It’s simple to take and fits easily into your daily routine. Bimuno are offering listeners 10% off – simply use the code LIZ10 at checkout. 

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Aug 07 2019
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Rank #11: S4E8: Obesity and genetics with Dr. Giles Yeo

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Are our genes to blame when our jeans don’t fit? In this week’s podcast, Liz is joined by geneticist and BBC presenter, Dr. Giles Yeo, to debunk weight-loss myths, disprove fad diets and discuss how genes influence our eating habits.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Inside the episode:

  • Dr Giles describes how he first became interested in genetics
  • Dr Giles explains the role of genetics in influencing body shape and size
  • Liz and Dr Giles discuss the extent to which body shape and size can be changed
  • Liz asks Dr Giles about the main causes of obesity
  • Dr Giles explains the societal changes that have lead to an increase in obesity
  • Liz and Dr Giles discuss calorie counting 
  • Dr Giles explains the importance of fibre and protein in the diet
  • Liz and Dr Giles talk through the health complications associated with sugary drinks
  • Dr Giles debunks the alkaline diet
  • Dr Giles talks through the results of his month eating a vegan diet
  • Liz asks Dr Giles about personalising diets based on genetics

More from Giles:

Pick up a copy of Gene Eating

Follow Giles on Instagram

Follow Giles on Twitter

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Apr 17 2019
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Rank #12: Friday Five: 10th May

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In this week’s Friday Five, Liz shares the best time of day to take vitamin supplements, tips on how to educate GPs on the latest menopause guidelines, and the bountiful benefits of walking.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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May 10 2019
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Rank #13: Friday Five: 31st May

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In this week’s Friday Five, Liz shares ways to boost low mood, an app to improve sleep and a brilliant new book about being kinder to others.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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May 31 2019
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Rank #14: Friday Five: 17th May

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Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Friday Five! Tune in to hear about the fat-fighting benefits of walnuts, a very special floating spa and your opportunity to volunteer for exciting new menopause research.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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To get in touch with Mr. Nick Panay and his team, contact whrcenquiries@imperial.ac.uk or call 02033135281

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May 17 2019
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Rank #15: S5E2: Fertility with Emma Cannon

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Hello and welcome to another episode of Wellness with Liz Earle. In this week’s episode, Liz is joined by Emma Cannon — a fertility and women’s health expert with over 20 years clinical experience helping countless women achieve their dream of having a family, she is the author of five books including bestselling The Baby Making Bible and Fertile. She treats women seeking relief from difficult symptoms during pregnancy, postpartum, the menopause and during cancer treatment. With a wonderful mind-body approach Emma offers acupuncture, nutritional advice, diagnostic testing and support through assisted fertility treatments. She joins Liz in the Wellbeing Studios to talk about fertility, IVF and later life.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Topics discussed in the episode:

  • What led Emma to be a fertility expert in the beginning?
  • How acupuncture can help during IVF and fertility more generally?
  • Emma explains the difference between fertile infertile and sub fertile.
  • Why is sub-fertility on the increase?
  • What are the causes in failed ovulation? And why is it increasingly common in the 20s-30s due to extreme lifestyles of restricted eating, over exercise and over working?
  • Liz and Emma discuss the importance of nutrition and fertility.
  • Emma discusses her journey to and training in Chinese medicine, and diagnostics.
  • What is the importance of gut health in fertility?
  • Emma discusses her Body Mind Gut programme at her clinic.
  • Liz and Emma discuss intermittent fasting and altering foods and individual diets.
  • Emma explains why fertility is a peripheral need to the body, and what we can do to optimise it.
  • Emma discusses how we can progress from a state of “flight or fight”, to “feed and greed”.
  • Emma discusses women who want to preserve fertility through cancer treatment, and how to help this.
  • Emma explains the support she offers for women going through peri-menopause and menopause.

Further resources:

You can find Emma Cannon’s fertility clinic here.

Buy Emma Cannon’s book, Fertile.

Buy Emma Cannon’s book, The Baby Making Bible.

Follow Emma on instagram at @emmalcannon

Don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter here.

Our reader offer:

FERTILE Woman is a 4 week downloadable introductory Fertility Resource plan available at www.emmacannon.co.uk for £29.99. With over 50 pages of reading materials, resources and advice if you are thinking or trying for a baby or wanting to reconnect to your Female Fertility. Use the code LIZEARLE10 for 10% this plan.

More about Emma:

Emma Cannon is known for her gentle yet transformational approach to fertility and beyond. Recommended by both her patients & medics, she is a pioneer in the area of women’s health & fertility. Her clinic, founded in 1995 specialises in holistic and integrated approaches to Fertility from IVF Support to Menstrual Mentoring. Using her extensive knowledge of various health practices including nearly 25 years of experience in acupuncture, she navigates and supports the Fertility problems for the Modern Women and Man. This year Emma introduces her ‘Fertile Hub’ – a new look website and content hub for her future forward Fertility advice.

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Jun 26 2019
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Rank #16: Friday Five: 7th June

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In this week’s episode of the Friday Five, Liz shares cheap-as-chips summer superfoods; the benefits of kraut; the not-so-sweet truth about sugar; exciting podcast news and a truly transformational new e-book. Don’t miss!

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Jun 07 2019
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Rank #17: Friday Five: 1st March

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Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Friday Five! With menopause news and a sneak peek inside the brand new March/April issue of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine, be sure to tune in as Liz shares the latest and greatest from the world of wellbeing.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Mar 01 2019
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Rank #18: Friday Five: 3rd May

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In this week’s episode of the Friday Five, Liz shares a sneak peek inside the latest Best of British issue of Liz Earle Wellbeing magazine, the importance of varying your posture and her experiments with high fat eating.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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May 03 2019
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Rank #19: Friday Five: 14th June

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In this week’s episode of the Friday Five, Liz shares her favourite scented roses; tips for wellbeing in the workplace; the brain benefits of eggs and secrets to a stronger, slimmer you.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

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Get your copy of The Truth About HRT  here.

Get your copy of  A Stronger, Slimmer You here.

For our favourite egg recipes, click here.

Sign up to the Friday newsletter here.

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Jun 14 2019
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Rank #20: Friday Five: 21st June

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In this week’s Friday Five, Liz shares tips for wellbeing in the workplace, the health benefits of spirulina and some more lovely feedback from the Liz Earle Wellbeing community.

You can stream the episode below, or download the recording via iTunes or Stitcher:

http://lizearlewellbeing.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Liz-Earle-Friday-Five-EP18.mp3

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Jun 21 2019
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