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Confused about health and wellness? Each week we interview an expert to bring a little inspiration to your life - from gut health to mental health and anxiety, how to make sustainable changes, finding happiness, what happens to our brains when we exercise, skincare 101, dealing with stress, veganism and the environment and so much more. Hosted by Ella Mills, the founder of Deliciously Ella, this podcast brings you open, honest conversation around mental and physical health.
 
We all go through moments of doubt and uncertainty. But how do we stop them from holding us back? Trust expert Rachel Botsman speaks with incredible guests – from soldiers to poker players and psychologists to hostage negotiators – that will change the way you think about trust. Heart-warming – and at times heart-stopping – these conversations ask what happens when we confront our trust issues, face our fears and open our minds to new possibilities. For an even deeper dive into the insights ...
 
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Is wellness to prescriptive and how can we optimise our individual health? We talk about understanding and optimising your hormones, the concept of happiness as a chemical concept, the role of stress and sleep, quick ways to boost your wellbeing, unlocking your potential and creating more self-compassion with Amy Thomson, founder of Moody. Amy Thom…
 
Tom Allen revisits his ‘Thank You, Next’ and shares about embracing failure following a chapter in his life which made him more determined, not knowing what you’re doing and shame. Tom is a stand up comedian performing in shows around the world, hosting tv shows like Bake Off the professionals, an extra slice and the Apprentice You're Fired! and pr…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave it Samantha Clarke interviews Giselle La Pompe-Moore. Giselle has made the transition from the chaotic fashion and beauty industry and tapped into her own spirituality. She now supports corporate individuals to tune into spiritual work to create inner calm in the craziness that can be the corporate landscape. Thi…
 
We talk to Stanford lecturers David Bradford and Carole Robin about the six characteristics of an exceptional relationship and their relevance to all relationships in our lives from friends to family and colleagues. We look at how to shift out relationships along the continuum towards exceptions, how to foster interpersonal mindfulness, the importa…
 
Aisling Bea revisits her ‘Thank You, Next’ - never again will she allow it! Aisling shares the lessons learnt from overcoming a chapter in life which made her lose her confidence - she can’t really say thank you, but definitely NEXT. Aisling is a comedian, writer and actor who, since being on Thanks a Million in 2019, has won a BAFTA for her channe…
 
Everything you need to know about raising plant-based children from protein to calcium, iron, fat, carbohydrates, omega 3, milk, B12, vitamin D and so much more. With dieticians Whitney and Alex from Plant Based Juniors. Alexandra Caspero & Whitney English - Plant-Based Baby & Toddler See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Dawn O'Porter kicks off the Thanks A Million Mini Pods revisiting her ‘Thank You, Next’ - the lessons learnt from overcoming a chapter in life which at the time felt like a complete disaster but in hindsight she’s grateful for it! Dawn O’Porter appeared on Thanks A Million ahead of the release of her sixth novel ‘So Lucky’ (2019) and looked back at…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave It Samantha Clarke discusses ways to top up your happiness tank and the 4 happiness chemicals to do so. Find out about the chemicals that your brain releases when you're happy, and make you feel good, and ways you can increase them. “We all have different notions of what happiness means to us.” - Samantha Timesta…
 
Renowned psychotherapist Julia Samuel talks about learning to face our difficulties with self-compassion, expectation versus reality, the relationship between happiness and change, escapism and building a strong foundation with her eight pillars of strength. Julia Samuel This Too Shall Pass See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave it Samantha Clarke interviews Mica Vaipan an incredible woman who is on a mission to help high powered entrepreneurs and professional start-up founders to create a new baseline. This is what she believes is a new way of resetting our operating system to nurture our cognitive, emotional and physical well-being. Sh…
 
This week we’re looking at the practical advise on how to maximise, nurture and sustain your brain health with Professor James Goodwin, a leading expert on brain health. From managing stress levels to why meditation and yoga make your brain glow, the impact of intermittent fasting, how exercise creates new brain cells, the impact of sleep, of gut h…
 
Believing that medicine is more art than science, Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s MO is understanding how lifestyle factors like upbringing, social status, stress levels, sleep, and even phone use might be affecting your physical and mental health. In this chat with Fearne, they talk through lots of practical methods that’ll help you understand and alter th…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave It Samantha Clarke asks; how are we making sure that some of the positive, exciting changes that we've made over the past year are going to be kept going forward? How have those changes shaped us as a person, whether we were forced into making them or not? Listen to find out how these questions tie into the impor…
 
This week we’re talking to psychologist Adam Grant about upgrading your mindset; looking at the culture of failure, the importance of rethinking and keeping an open mind, how to create constructive dialogue, whether to follow our gut instinct and why ignorance isn’t such a bad thing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave It Samantha Clarke interviews Merilyn Kesküla-Drummond; entrepreneur, speaker and mentor. Merilyn has launched an incredible business called the Mylky Moon Lab, where she works with individuals and corporates to question how to live and work in tune with the cycles of nature to create a life and way of working th…
 
Maisie Hill talks about the importance of understanding your cycle and all the stages women go through from the very first period through pre-menopause (all of our reproductive years), peri-menopause, menopause and post-menopause, and most importantly why having knowledge early on can make all the difference to how we feel later on. We talk contrac…
 
We talk to behavioural scientist Dr Grace Lordan about what makes some people succeed while others are unable to reach their goals; from the importance of removing the ego to taking ourselves out of our comfort zones, changing our narrative and looking at long-term success over instant gratification. With a specific lens on creating purpose in our …
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave it Samantha Clarke is joined by Kimberly Wilson. Kimberley is a chartered psychologist, author, and visiting lecturer. She's also the governor of the Tavistock and Portman NHS mental health trust and an advocate for the philosophy of whole-body mental health. Listen as Kimberley discusses how to differentiate bet…
 
What actually is your metabolism; what’s the link between metabolism, your weight and calorie intake; can any foods, powders or supplements speed it up and does yo-yo dieting or restrictive eating have a negative impact? Today evolutionary biologist Herman Pontzer talks fact and fiction and why so many of the headlines are mis-selling us informatio…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave It Samantha Clarke talks about change, and knowing when to love it or leave it. As we approach Spring in the UK, the season of rebirth, renewal and rejuvenation Samantha talks about our attitude and our approach to change. Knowing what we want to continue doing, what we might want to stop doing, and what we might…
 
With an introduction on our new charitable partnership with the Trussell Trust in support of their work supporting food banks across the UK and their campaign to end hunger; this episode then delves into a conversation with Fearne Cotton on creating boundaries, saying no (without a white lie), being true to who you really are, embracing vulnerabili…
 
On this episode of Love It or Leave it Samantha Clarke interviews the popular UK broadcaster Fearne Cotton. Fearne is the founder of the wellbeing brand, The Happy Place. She's written a number of books, exploring the world of happiness, finding calm, and she hosts her own Podcast, interviewing a wealth of famous guests. Listen as Fearne talks abou…
 
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