Join Primal Health Coach and Mum Helen Marshall as she delves into the health journeys of real people with real stories about real food. Soak up the actionable tips on how to make your primal journey more doable and sustainable. Reclaim your health by getting back to the foods we evolved and thrive on as species. Goodbye deprivation and chronic cardio and hello intuitive eating and go with the flow workouts.
Hi! I am a pastor, podcaster, wife to Dan, and Mum to 3 girls and 1 boy. We live on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. I want to inspire, equip and encourage you to be all that God has made you to be and to live a full life in Him. Join me as I sit down with people from different walks of life and hear their stories. We'll talk about faith and life - the hard stuff, the fun stuff and everything in between.
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Welcome to the inHER Power Podcast where you will learn insights, tools and learnings that will have you break through your fears, find your voice and become who you were here to be. Hosted by Laken Chin-Poy, she is a mum of a 2, partner of 7 years to Daniel Simmons and Founder of House of Queens, Chozen One Fitness and now coaching Women of really being obsessed with themselves, loving all parts of who they are and standing strong in their fullest expression. Laken is so passionate about wo ...
Tune in every week to hear new nonsense with Harrison. Coming in direct from my kitchen, fuelled by goon and juice, this is the stream of nonsenseness.
Want to be healthy yourself and feed the family well but can’t be f*cked? Shan Cooper from My Food Religion is the girl for you! She even has an ebook called Can’t Be F*cked (CBF) Let’s face it – eating clean is bloody hard work, so much prep and we can often get overwhelmed with super foods, clever marketing and simply running out of motivation – …
Natalie Workman is an expert in leading teams and developing people. She has interviewed, hired, trained, and led hundreds of employees and is highly skilled at building and scaling teams. Developing people is her passion but her unique ability is aligning people with the business objectives. During her studies of economics and time at the London S…
We look at what has happened in cancer care and research over the first two decades of the 21st century, a century which began with the first draft of the human genome and which promised all kinds of benefits for people with cancer.
In the year 2000, it was thought we were on the verge of a cure for dementia. Twenty years on, where do we stand?
Professor Chris Murray discusses the changing landscape of disease burdens around the world and predictions about the way the COVID-19 pandemic may evolve.
Kirsty is the founder of The Home Chronicles, a blog which is an expression of the home in relationships, food and DIY. She is also a Pastor and together with her husband Nick are the campus Pastors of Hope Centre, Ipswich. In this conversation Kirsty gives great advice for where to start in decorating your home on a shoe string budget, she gives u…
In this episode I pop in for a few quick 'words of wisdom' about making bad decisions and the fear of failing. > How to have a ‘bad decision’ become your superpower > Ways to begin to believe a new belief when it comes to “Bad decisions” > The lessons and learnings that are available to you from the past > Tips on getting what it is you want even i…
Endometriosis is when tissue similar to the lining of the uterus grows elsewhere in the body – it can cause pain, especially pelvic pain, and infertility.
A high proportion of people aged 45 and over in Australia are taking fish oil supplements.
A group of US researchers has uncovered some troubling findings about the design of trials into COVID-19 treatments and vaccines.
Just when you thought it was safe to go out, new research emerges into another virus from bats which has pandemic potential.
Want to create your own incredible successful business whilst creating a life you love? Me too! I invited my friend Alison Morgan on the show today to give us her best advice for getting ahead, keeping focussed, getting the foundations right, making decisions and being successful on our terms. Alison Morgan is one of Australia’s leading Business Co…
Welcome to today's episode. I have a gorgeous, incredible special guest on today's podcast that I am so freaking excited to share with you all. And it is nothing more than herself, the queen of confidence, Erica Cramer. I've been obsessed with her for quite some time now, she is an international confidence coach and she is a popular five-star podca…
There's an active debate among researchers about whether they are obliged to let participants know they have a genetic mutation which they could do something about.
Around 15 per cent of parents think their baby has a cow's milk allergy, when the real rate is around one per cent. This can result in changing formula, mothers restricting their diet or even stopping breastfeeding altogether.
Having a new baby can be an exciting time, but it's also often one that's fraught with anxiety. It's no surprise that this is amplified during a pandemic.
A growing evidence base suggests that psychedelics may help relieve depression and anxiety.
Hey thank you so much for joining me today. Our guest is Bek Cunningham. She is a Mum, a Pastor, a Nurse and an Entrepreneur. In our chat today Bek tells us how she met her husband and how he really was NOT marriage material when she met him, how she came to be called to ministry and what that has looked like in different seasons of her life, inclu…
A biomedical engineer has come up with a more streamlined way of testing new ideas for people with a cochlear implant.
If you have a dentist, she probably sends you a six monthly recall to come in for a check up. And you no doubt feel guilty if you don't go.
More men had surgery in the private system.
There are reports that monoclonal antibodies might work, that blocking the receptor for the virus might be promising and that the anti-parasitic medication ivermectin has not yet fallen out of the race.
“I just can’t lose weight” she said as she hung onto the fat around her tummy. Have you said that or heard others say it? Then this show is for you to give you hope that losing weight and keeping it off IS possible, even if you are over 40. I am pleased to say that this isn’t yet another one of those dogmatic protocols, that you can’t sustain long …
The peak of the hayfever season is nearly upon us, which brings with it the risk of a thunderstorm asthma event.
Ninety per cent of bariatric surgery in Australia is performed in the private sector, which is a problem since obesity is more likely to affect people who lack economic resources.
Significant weight loss that's actually durable is elusive. The treatment that most reliably yields large, lasting weight loss is bariatric surgery – surgeries where the body's ability to take in or absorb food is dramatically reduced.
Data released last week by the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows the issue causing the greatest loss of productive years of life in 2019 was suicide.
Christina is a working Mum, author, podcaster and Christian Entrepreneur Coach. She shares with us how she came to have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus, and the resulting persecution and relationship breakdowns that followed. I love how Christina says, “Even though there were difficult things, peace stayed with me…I couldn’t turn back.”…
One of the concerns during this pandemic is its effects on mental health and in particular the risk that people are so distressed or hopeless they feel the only way out is to take their own life.
Tongue cancer has typically been a disease of older men who are smokers and drinkers. But a new analysis of Australian data has found the cancer is on the rise in an unexpected group - younger women.
Australian researchers have published the findings from the world's first large, reliable study of a common skin tumour which is poorly recognised but can be scary.
You might have seen some celebrities endorsing meat-only diets, claiming it’s cured them of chronic disease and of course, helped them stay lean.
Eric Tyrone is a dream-time and mindfulness coach, and the creator of the “Get Woke In Your Dream-Time” Masterclass. In the past, Eric ran a non-profit called “Awakening Through Art”, founded a mindfulness App, and was a co-facilitator of a nationwide eco-business meetup group. Eric has a combined 30 years of studies in yoga, meditation, mindfulnes…
In this Episode I felt really called to share my journey over the past couple of years but especially the past few months.. What I’ve learnt about myself, the confidence I have developed, the parts of myself that no longer exist and also who I’m becoming. I wanted to podcast to have you understand the “work”, “healing”, “journey” how there is no ge…
One of the mysteries of COVID-19, the disease that's caused by SARS-CoV-2, is why some people experience severe, life threatening disease and others don't.
One of the big debates in exercise and its health benefits is the extent to which intensity matters.
Cloth masks have been somewhat controversial during the pandemic, with a randomised trial in health workers in Vietnam a few years ago suggesting they increased the risk of respiratory infections.
An Australian study has looked at 53,000 Twitter users to see what role bots play in disseminating misleading messages about vaccines.
Amy is a mental health and women’s body image advocate with a Bachelor of Psychology with honours. Her personal experience with Scoliosis and living with chronic pain, has left Amy resilient, and compassionate toward other people and their suffering. On today’s show Mel and Amy talk about Amy’s own struggle with body image and something called Self…
A wide-ranging interview on the US response to the coronavirus pandemic, the integrity of the vaccine development process and his years of work in digital and personalised medicine.
My good friend Steph Lowe AKA The Natural Nutritionist and I catch up for a chat about pre conception care and share our positive birth experiences. Even if, like me, your baby making days have passed, it’s great to get the latest on health for pregnancy so you can share with your friends and family. Steph Lowe is a mother, Nutritionist, yogi and f…
This is too hard.. Why is it so hard.. It shouldn’t be this hard.. Omg that was so hard.. Are you making things harder than they need to be? In this Episode I talk about how we actually get to have things be really simple and create more ease in our day to day lives and our goals Instead of being a person who is always looking at everything with th…
A study of energy drinks has found that many undergo a chemical reaction which produces hydrogen peroxide, a substance used as an antiseptic.
A consortium of Australian universities and research centres have just published the results of a randomised trial into a cocktail of non-drug interventions to see if they help people whose thinking and memory are impaired or declining.
A common, cheap medication which is used to control diabetes may also reduce cognitive decline and the incidence of dementia.