Healthy-ish: Daily Coronavirus Check-in

Healthy-ish: Daily Coronavirus Check-in Podcast

Hosted by dad, doctor, and career accumulator Dr Andrew Rochford, radio and tele pro and hilarious human Maz Compton, and Body and Soul's Eliza Cracknell, Healthy-ish is a podcast about balance, moderation, and common sense when it comes to the latest health and wellness news and advice. Also during the COVID-19 pandemic we're publishing special daily check-ins into this channel, stay healthy!





Daily Coronavirus Check-in: How to reset your stress
Our cortisol levels are all likely raised, but there are some easy ways to get them under control and stop them wreaking havoc on our bodies.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....




Daily Coronavirus Check-in: The power we hold in our hands
As we venture back out into the world, we can't pretend things are back to normal. Today let's look at the fact-checked hygiene tips that will keep you safe.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Embracing change
We've talked about a fear of going back to normal life, but we should also explore the idea that normal might not happen for a long time.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: This isn't normal
Whether you're having the most productive day of your life, or you're in a slump and can hardly move, it's important to remember that we aren't in normal times.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: A fear of going back
Now that we're all used to being safely cocooned at home in our iso bubbles, it's natural to feel fear as the bubble bursts. Let's talk today about how to cope with that  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....




Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Missing the milestones
Being isolated from our loved ones is hard, but it's even harder when we have to cancel our most important days, let's talk today about how to cope with this.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Why we're doing this
As the curve flattens, we're feeling a bit antsy about getting outside, so how do we stay motivated to stay the course?   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Money troubles
It's the thing we aren't supposed to talk about, but it's definitely on all of our minds, so let's talk about it.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: That feeling in your chest
Google trends show that searches for tightness in the chest are spiking, if you're one of the people feeling this way, let's talk about what it could mean  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: That feeling in your chest
Google trends show that searches for tightness in the chest are spiking, if you're one of the people feeling this way, let's talk about what it could mean For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy...


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: The silver linings
Our brains are hard-wired to look for negativity over the positive, so let's have a palate cleanser today and focus on the upsides of iso.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: The silver linings
Our brains are hard-wired to look for negativity over the positive, so let's have a palate cleanser today and focus on the upsides of iso. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy...


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Checking in with Ali
We catch up with Healthy-ish host Alison Izzo to see how she's coping. Hint: working from home hasn't improved the work-life balance.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....



Daily Coronavirus Check-in: I'm not screaming into the abyss!
I asked you guys to reach out and share your own stories, and you did. Today I've put together some of my favourites. Email feedback@bodyandsoul.com.au if you'd like to send me a clip too.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Letting it go
These days it feels like we aren't in the driver's seat, so how do we let go of what we can't control?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Letting it go
These days it feels like we aren't in the driver's seat, so how do we let go of what we can't control? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy...

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Our invisible threads
Worried about your screen time use? Don't be, our invisible threads of connections are more important than ever. Plus, see how you can help me out and join the show  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Can we please be kind?
We're all hurting, we're all fragile, we need to be treated gently. So why are we still lashing out at others? And how can we move past anger and onto kindness?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Checking in with Maz Compton
Today I had the very special treat of checking in with Healthy-ish host Maz to see how she's handling this strange new world and some of the difficulties she's facing.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Existing in the unknown
How do you deal with the fear of something when you don't know exactly what it is? Today I'm looking for ways to help us live better day-to-day in the unknown.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Daily Coronavirus Check-in: Remain afloat
Panic is the buzzword of the moment, panic buying, panicked parents, panic stations. But what is panic? How does it work and how can we work to stop it overwhelming us?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Coronavirus Daily Check-in: Remain afloat
Panic is the buzzword of the moment, panic buying, panicked parents, panic stations. But what is panic? How does it work and how can we work to stop it overwhelming us? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy...

Daily Coronavirus Check-In: Coping with a new normal
Hey Healthy-ish crew, in this time of social distancing and isolation you can feel pretty alone. That's why we're launching this daily check-in, so that we can at least be alone together. Check it out each day for tips, advice and solutions for staying sane and healthyish while we're all stuck inside.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

A message from the Healthy-ish team
Hi everyone, all of the Healthy-ish team are WFH, we're sure most of you guys can relate! But never fear, we still have some new Healthy-ish episodes to publish for you, and we also have a daily podcast to help get us through these crazy times that will start tomorrow morning, let us know what you think! Stay healthy!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


A message from the Healthy-ish team
Hi everyone, all of the Healthy-ish team are WFH, we're sure most of you guys can relate! But never fear, we still have some new Healthy-ish episodes to publish for you, and we also have a daily podcast to help get us through these crazy times that will start tomorrow morning, let us know what you think! Stay healthy! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy...

Are food intolerances just fashionable?
Food intolerance is a very personal thing and in this episode the team try to make a bit more sense of it. To help them out with this topic, they chat to a full blown, real life coeliac. They also help a listener deal with some resistance, and discuss the new trend everyone's obsessed with - dopamine fasting. It's a strange one!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Why 'bouncing back' isn't back
The team welcome into Healthy-ish HQ the number one personal trainer on the planet, Kayla Itsines, who chats about her post-baby workouts and how she’s SWEAT her way to her new body, after a baby.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Introducing: So, I Quit My day Job
From WHIMN.com.au. A podcast that travels the bumpy road to achieving your dreams and speaks to those who have successfully made the leap. Have you ever wanted to quit your day job and follow your dream career? Cathrine Mahoney did it. It wasn't easy, but she gave up a cushy job as a celebrity publicist and decided to try and make it as an author. But she's going to need some help! Every week Cathrine will be speaking to a different person who has quit their jobs and followed their heart and getting their a...

Is Valentine's Day the loneliest day of the year?
Today is V-Day, and for some that means flowers at work and a little action tonight, but for others, it’s a very different experience. The team investigate whether Valentine’s Day is the loneliest day of the year, speak to a relationship expert about the epidemic of loneliness we’re faced with in 2020 and help someone out with a contraception query.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

The secret power of plants
In this episode, the team chat to popular mum-fluencer Rachelle Rowlings who has a 'tell it how it really is' approach to advice on going plant-based, reveal why people are now eating banana skins to lose weight and help them sleep, and answer a question on acupuncture.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


How to put a positive spin on everything
In this episode, the team put on their positive pants and discuss how you can put a positive spin on everything this year! They also speak to the guy who invented Blissology, a yoga system exploring strategies for bringing more joy, awe, love and bliss into your life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Quit those excuses and kick ass this year
Join Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton as they say a sad farewell to Healthy-ish co-host Eliza Cracknell. In this episode the team talk to trainer Libby Babet to get you on track of your health goals for 2020, reveal how IKEA can help you sleep, and share tips on how you can perfect your portion control.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

You are what you eat isn't just a saying
The team discuss the old adage ‘You are what you eat’ - more specifically, they interview The Beauty Chef founder Carla Oates, on the importance of gut health for good skin. They also look at why cancelling plans and sitting on the coach on a Friday night could mean you're actually smart, and answer a question on snacking.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


The perplexing world of sports fans
Actress Olympia Valance drops in to talk all things fitness, footy and fierce females. The team also discuss why silence could be the key to survival, settle the debate on full cream vs reduced fat milk, and look at the conscious carnivore movement.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Quit playing games with my heart
In the wise words of the Black Eyed Peas, the heart is "not to be phunked with", so the team sit down with cardiothoracic surgeon and powerwoman Dr Nikki Stamp, to chat all things heart-worthy. Plus, they answer a question on finding your ideal healthy weight and look into the growing trend of sleep texting.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

All you need is self-love
The team talk to the one and only bachelorette Angie Kent, on her 'self-love safari' as she likes to call it (sadly no show spoilers though). They also bust myths on digestive health and reveal the TV shows you should be watching for your wellbeing.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


All you need is self-love
The team talk to the one and only bachelorette Angie Kent, on her 'self-love safari' as she likes to call it (sadly no show spoilers though). They also bust myths on digestive health and reveal the TV shows you should be watching for your wellbeing....

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Introducing: I Swear I Never
We've hijacked the Healthy-ish feed to tell you about our new podcast I Swear I never and give you a special preview. If you enjoyed it and want to hear the rest head on over and subscribe!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Body+Soulmates bonus episode
In this exclusive mini episode, we reveal some of the juicy insights uncovered in the Body+Soulmates campaign, speak to a psychologist about what sex does for the brain, and even hear from a 57-year-old escort.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


body+soul goes under the covers
In this saucy episode, the team chat to a sex therapist and relationship coach to find out exactly what’s going on in the sex lives of Aussies. Plus, they tackle a reader’s question on chronic pain and discuss the new trend of self-deodorising gym gear… yes, you read that right.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

body+soul goes under the covers
In this saucy episode, the team chat to a sex therapist and relationship coach to find out exactly what’s going on in the sex lives of Aussies. Plus, they tackle a reader’s question on chronic pain and discuss the new trend of self-deodorising gym gear… yes, you read that right....

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We all need to learn first aid for mental health
In this exciting exclusive episode, the team sit down with actress and ex-Bachelorette Sam Frost to talk all things mental health. Sam reveals how she got through her public battle with depression, anxiety and relationship breakdowns, and shares advice for others.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


We repeat: there's no such thing as a healthy tan
The team are joined by journalist Lisa Patulny who has started a not-for-profit initiative 'Call Time On Melanoma', to bully the world into wearing SPF and getting regular skin checks. We also hear the surprising benefit one woman experienced by following the 16:8 diet, and reveal why Michelle and Barack Obama negotiated their workout schedules in marriage counselling.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

What does a healthy person really look like?
The team speak to model, TV personality and mother-to-be Jesinta Franklin, who opens up about an issue very close to her heart and the health changes she needed to make for her future baby. They also look at how ice cream can help you sleep (yes, really) and debate if yoga is better with a glass of wine in your hand. DISCLAIMER: This episode deals with issues of mental health and suicide. If you or someone you know needs help, call Lifeline on 13 11 14, Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Kids Helpline on 1800 5...

This is why we behave the way we do
Do you often wonder what more you could be doing with your life? Have you ever questioned why you continue to go along with your everyday routine if you don’t really enjoy it? The team speak to human behaviorist and personal development coach Dr John Demartini, to find out why we behave the way we do – and the simple trick you can do that will tell you what you really want in life. The team also compare health advice from 100 years ago, and yes, it gets fascinating.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o...


This is why we behave the way we do
Do you often wonder what more you could be doing with your life? Have you ever questioned why you continue to go along with your everyday routine if you don’t really enjoy it? The team speak to human behaviorist and personal development coach Dr John Demartini, to find out why we behave the way we do – and the simple trick you can do that will tell you what you really want in life. The team also compare health advice from 100 years ago, and yes, it gets fascinating....

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When our private worlds become very public
Today we’re exploring the good and bad of when our private worlds become very public, particularly looking at how social media and reality TV has made other people’s happiness and suffering entertainment. To talk about this, Luke McLeod, who was on Sophie Monk’s season of The Bachelorette and first season of Australia’s Bachelor in Paradise, pops by. Plus, Jesinta Franklin reveals her skincare routine for this week’s reader question.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Let's talk about fertility, baby
From IVF to egg freezing and biological clocks, the team talk to fertility specialist Dr Devora Lieberman on all things fertility for women and men. They also reveal the two types of people getting the least amount of sex and have leading nutritional biochemist Dr Libby Weaver, answer a listener’s question on overactive and underactive thyroids.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


How do we keep every generation fit and healthy?
In this episode, the team chat to former Olympian Matt Shirvington who knows a lot about how your fitness routines change throughout the years. They also meet the world’s oldest bodybuilder and answer a question on what could be stopping you from falling pregnant.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

When did sleep become our biggest obsession?
Sleep: None of us are getting it, and it's all we talk about. So what's the solution? We're joined by sleep expert Dr Carmel Harrington to talk about everything from weird things people do in their sleep, to why we're willing to throw away our cold hard cash to catch upon some z's.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Times up on sexism in sport
Things get fiery as the team discuss sexism in sport. Like, really fiery. #girlpower for the win! Plus, there's a new mental health boosting trick that you need to try, and a dietitian answers a reader's question on how you can be fit and enjoy delicious food while on a low FODMAP diet.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


How do you rebuild your body?
"I remember the first time I had to learn how to stand again, with my physiotherapist, sobbing, crying and in a world of pain. That was the hardest point in my journey. I realised just how long it would take for me to get my body back, if that was even possible at all." In today's episode, the team talk to the courageous Turia Pitt who after being told she’d never walk again, is now running marathons. They also bust the biggest cold and flu myths, and speak to a sleep expert who reveals the tricks to gettin...

Should we all be seeing a shrink?
When you have a broken ankle, you care for it, you look after it and you avoid putting any further stress on it. But when your mental state is broken, why do we continue to push through it? Why do we continue to pile on more stress? Why don't we seek help? We speak to psychologist Tahnee Schulz on ways we can heal our mental health, which will help us into the future. We also discuss the latest bonkers wellness craze and debate about whether breakfast really is the most important meal of the day.  See acas...

Let's talk about our unhealthy relationship with diets
Have you been on a diet? And why? Why is it that we love dieting? To nut out the good and bad, we chat to dietitian Lyndi Cohen who lost 20kg by giving up dieting. We also channel our inner Marie Kondo and reveal just what clutter is doing for our brains, plus answer a reader’s question on loneliness.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


How do we find that elusive work/life balance?
Besides Finstas (fake Instagram accounts), everyone’s real IG profile basically showcases their best/perfect version of themselves. *cue the eyerolls* Which is why it’s refreshing to scroll through Jessica Rowe’s profile and see pictures of burnt food, makeup free selfies, cat videos and basically a complete insight into her life – sans the filters or Photoshop edits. In this episode, the #craphousewife reveals to the team the exact moment she realised she was perfect in her own way – and she certainly does...

What it's like living with a chronic disease
When was the last time you had a thorough health check? And we mean thorough, including your eyes, ears and heart? There’s a good chance majority of us haven’t, but now might just be the time. In this episode of Healthy-ish, we speak to exercise physiologist Drew Harrisberg, on how his life suddenly turned upside down when he was unexpectedly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. The team also reveal the two-minute trick that will stop your cravings (no jokes), and the specific time you should apply your deodoran...

Bum tubes and sleeping crystals: How woo woo trends came to take over the wellness space
What’s the strangest thing you’ve done in the name of health? Buy crystals to help your insomnia? Get a colonoscopy (i.e. having someone stick a long tube up your anus)? Head to a psychic for answers? In the latest episode of Healthy-ish, we delve into the deep weird world of woo woo health trends that will make you squirm and laugh. The team also chat to celebrity psychic Georgina Walker, who shares her most whacky ghost stories.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Healthy-ish goes back to the future
In episode 46, 'Healthy-ish goes back to the future', co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to futurist Anders Sorman Nilsson on how he's charting his DNA to help him eat and exercise better. The team also discuss everything there is to know about the celery juice trend, and give you tips on how to listen more effectively.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Should we all be following a plant-based diet?
In episode 45, ‘Should we all be following a plant-based diet?’, co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to dietitian, nutritionist, and Instagram sensation Rebecca Gawthorne on the health benefits of eating more plants and less meat, and the biggest mistakes people make when going plant-based. The team also discuss the weird new trend of cow-cuddling for mental health, and reveal the upcoming activewear trends of 2019.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How to use your brain power to better your health
In episode 44, ‘How to use your brain power to better your health,’ co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to former Miss Universe Australia on how she used her mind to outwit, outlast and outplay most of the contestants on TV series, Australia Survivor, to make it into the top five. The team also talk about a woman who has never taken medication in her life, and reveal the healthiest sport to play.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Sex, love and dating in 2019
In episode 43, ‘Sex, love and dating in 2019’, co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to Dr Lurve. The 'modern day cupid' reveals why we are so obsessed with reality dating shows. The team also discuss love languages, and whether you should ask your exes for feedback.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How the World Wide Web can make you fit and healthy in 2019
In episode 42, ‘How the World Wide Web can make you fit and healthy in 2019’, co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to models and founders of online fitness program Keep It Cleaner, Steph Claire Smith and Laura Henshaw. The Instagram pop stars reveal how they were able to overcome their fad dieting habits and obsession with being ‘thin.’ The team also discuss the rise of cannabis in healthcare, and answer a listener question on how to get your life organised this year.  See acast.com/privacy fo...

There is no better medicine than food
In episode 41, ‘There is no better medicine than food’, co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to chef, health coach, cookbook author and keto expert Scott Gooding, who reveals the one secret to reaching any health goal. The team also discuss how you can get back into exercise after a long hiatus, and debate the cutting-edge beauty trend – face shaving for women.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Should we look to the past to make us healthy today?
In episode 40 ‘Should we look to the past to make us healthy today?’, co-hosts Dr Andrew Rochford and Maz Compton speak to journalist Nina Young who didn’t discover her father was a murdered until her twenties. Nina has recently gone on a journey through her podcast series ‘My Father The Murder’, exploring how much of your DNA actually makes you who you are. The team also share their advice on how you can start a side hustle, and talk all things hormones after coming off the Pill.  See acast.com/privacy fo...

Why is pregnancy so damn hard?
In episode 39 ‘Why is pregnancy so damn hard?’, co-host Dr Andrew Rochford leads the panel and asks all the hard-hitting pregnancy questions to Maz Compton, Eliza Cracknell, and Base Body Babes PT, Sarah Boulazeris. The team also discuss what it’s like living with a food allergy, and share their thoughts on why you should live life by the 10 second rule.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

What does natural beauty really mean?
In episode 38 ‘What does natural beauty really mean?’, hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell speak to founder of beauty label Mukti Organics, on how to take a more holistic approach to beauty as well as our wellbeing. The team also look at the scary effects of long-term sitting, and suss out how to boost your confidence in a matter of minutes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Why does our social life revolve around food?
In episode 37 ‘Why does our social life revolve around food?’, hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell talk to food and travel critic Melissa Leong, on how she stays healthy when she gets paid to eat. The team also discuss the cooking staple that’s claimed to be ‘better than Viagra’, and whether social media is a positive or negative space for body positivity.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

What do you need to kickstart your health?
In episode 36 'What do you need to kickstart your health?', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell talk to James 'Chief' Brabon and Emilie Brabon-Hames, who are the duo behind 8 Weeks to Wow, which is the program responsible for the jaw-dropping transformations of celebs like Jules and Guy Sebastian, and Osher Günsberg. The team also discuss everything there is to know about cricket cupcakes, sex, and dealing with hypothalamic amenorrhea.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in...

Why alcohol is just too good to resist
In episode 35 'Why alcohol is just too good to resist', hosts Dr Andrew Rochford, Maz Compton and Eliza Cracknell sort fact from fiction when it comes to drinking. Plus this is the shocking amount of calories you'll save by giving up alcohol for just one month. Subscribe at Apple iTunes or visit mybodyandsoul.com.au/podcasts.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


This is how to get out of a rut
In episode 34 'This is how to get out of a rut', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell talk to teacher and overnight Instagram sensation Katie Lolas, who’s simple changes and meal prepping hacks have inspired the internet. A skincare expert drops by to answer your burning beauty questions and Maz reveals the ridiculously-named diet she is currently following.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How can we spring clean our lives - inside and out?
In episode 33 'How can we spring clean our lives - inside and out?', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell discuss clean living. You read about it, talk about it and Instagram it - but how exactly can we incorporate clean living into our everyday schedules? The gang chat to model and PT Lauren Vickers on how to look and feel good from the inside out, they also investigate eating for your blood type and ways to boost your concentration.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out info...

Do we need to depollute our lives?
In episode 32 'Do we need to depollute our lives?', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell talk about how pollution is affecting our health and skin every day. Skin specialist Sarah Hudson joins the show. She shares her tips on how to protect yourself from pollution both inside, and outdoors. The team also discuss everything there is to know about a brain orgasm, and give advice on what to do if you find out your best friend is sleeping with their boss.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy...


What happens when you're faced with a tough decision?
In episode 31 'What happens when you're faced with a tough decision?', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell talk tough choices - those make or break situations in life we’re your forced to go one way or another. Journalist and author Elle Halliwell joins the show. She was faced with an impossible choice - terminate her unborn baby or treat the cancer she had just been diagnosed with. The team also discuss a new technique that turns your body into a fat burning machine and a guest dietit...

How do you really transform your health?
In episode 30 'How do you really transform your health?' we're talking transformations. We speak to Jules Sebastian about her and her husband Guy’s massive health shakeup and discuss whether graphic images on junk food will stop us eating it.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Why is it so awkward to talk about money?
In episode 29 'Why is it so awkward to talk about money?' the team chat to The Remarkable Woman founder Shivani Gopal on how to ask for that raise and get the money you truly deserve. We also discuss the world of fasting and find out how you can save nearly $500 a month but still stay fit!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


We need to talk about our addictions
In episode 28 'We need to talk about our addictions', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and mybody+soul.com.au editor Eliza Cracknell look at how addiction comes in many different forms that range from harmless to sadly, life-threatening. They speak to Matt Noffs and Kieran Palmer from the Ted Noffs foundation as well as hear from a woman whose husband has sexsomnia - yep, he likes getting frisky while he's asleep. Dietitian Jamie Rose Chambers also shares her tips on eating for immunity this winter.  ...

The crazy world of Instagrammable health food trends
In episode 27 'The crazy world of Instagrammable health food trends', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell speak to Charlie De Haas, owner of The Clean Treats Factory, who has made $10million by rolling bliss balls. They also hear from Ben Branson who is spearheading the sober party scene through his non-alcoholic spirit Seedlip, plus find out how you can survive workout burn out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How can I be more mindful every day?
In episode 26 'How can I be more mindful every day?', hosts Maz Compton, Dr Andrew Rochford and Eliza Cracknell chat to meditation teacher Tim Brown, who says he’s ability to meditate gives him so much rest that he and his wife were able to have 3 kids under 3 (no twins). They also look at how one woman went from billionaire to broke and back again. Plus could this be the answer to your stress eating?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Why gut health isn't just a passing fad
In episode 25 'Why gut health isn't just a passing fad', Dr Andrew Rochford, Maz Compton and Eliza Cracknell talk to author and naturopath Reece Carter on why it’s impossible to ignore the importance of the gut when it comes to our overall health. Plus we meet the small percentage of people who taste sounds (yep, words actually taste like food for them) and debate whether or not we all should be napping.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How much can you really challenge your body?
In episode 24 'How much can you really challenge your body?', Dr Andrew Rochford, Maz Compton and Eliza Cracknell talk pushing your body to the limits. They'll be joined by Australian Ballet’s senior artists Dimity Azoury, who every day manages to move her body into all sorts of awe-inspiring positions. The hosts also discuss a medical medium who listens to angels to cure people. Subscribe on iTunes (or where ever you get your podcasts from) or visit mybodyandsoul.com.au/podcasts and tell your friends!   S...

How activewear came to rule the world
In episode 23 'How activewear came to rule the world', Dr Sam Hay, Maz Compton and bodyandsoul.com.au editor Eliza Cracknell talk the cult of activewear. They speak to Nimble founder Vera Yan on how she makes $4 million a year selling yoga pants and crop tops. The team also reveal how one woman lost 54kg in one year just by walking and how you can stay motivated now it's cold and dark. Subscribe at Apple iTunes or visit mybodyandsoul.com.au/podcasts.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat...


How can I be more confident in my body every single day
In episode 22 'How can I be more confident in my body every single day', Dr Sam Hay, Maz Compton and Eliza Cracknell discuss body confidence with plus-size model Jessica Vander Leahy, who reveals she's often cast as the 'chubby and happy' friend rather than the sexy girl. The team also discusses what sex after major surgery actually looks like plus they offer some strategies for when life gets a little too much.  Subscribe at Apple iTunes or visit mybodyandsoul.com.au/podcasts.    See acast.com/privacy for...

What should be on our health agenda?
In episode 21 'What should be on our health agenda?', Dr Sam Hay, Maz Compton and Eliza Cracknell consult the experts on the illness 1 in 10 women suffer from and look at how sleeping in could be better for you than dieting.Stories we talk about include:http://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/nutrition/nutrition-tips/6-wellness-secrets-elle-macpherson-swears-by-to-stay-in-shape/news-story/264bd68182e5f1ee226671fcd81cd687http://www.bodyandsoul.com.au/health/health-news/an-extra-hour-in-bed-better-than-starting-a-diet-...

What does a strong woman actually look like?
In episode 20 'What does a strong woman actually look like?', Dr Sam Hay, Maz Compton and Eliza Cracknell speak to PR queen Roxy Jacenko on why her husband's prison sentence was the best thing to happen to them plus the gang reveals the $3 kitchen staple that could help stop weight gain .Subscribe at Apple iTunes or visit mybodyandsoul.com.au/podcasts.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


How can you motivate yourself every single day?
In episode 19 Dr Sam Hay, Maz Compton and Melissa Shedden talk common money mistakes you can stop making today, and hear from Dan Conn, wellness director of Collective Wellness Group, on the art of motivation.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Should we cancel Valentine's Day?
In this episode the team is joined by sexologist Dr Nikki Goldstein who discusses why happy people are horny people plus they delve into modern-day pubic grooming habits.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How can you simplify your life?
If you want to waste less of your time, money, energy, calories and the planet, tune in. The team are joined by former Bachelor and chiropractor Tim Robards who swears by his beautifully simple formula for balance.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Should you try a New Year theme or resolution?
The team talk about how to care less in 2018, and are joined by former professional ironwoman and mum-of-two Candice Warner, who shares her advice when it comes to goal setting and self-discipline.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

What are the biggest health lessons from this year?
The team cover the biggest wellness trends of 2017 and are joined by cancer survivor and author Sally Obermeder, who shares her healthy-ish living tips, plus the weird relaxation trick she swears by.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How can you have a healthy-ish festive break?
The team know Christmas is about more than pavlova, so they’re joined by a finance and wealth creation expert who shares her money tips, plus answer an Asking For A Friend about navigating family expectations.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


How can you tell the difference between a bad day and depression?
The Healthy-ish team are joined by a mum-of-three, who after having her third child suffered from postnatal depression (PND). She shares her advice on how and when to ask for help.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How can you stay a healthy-ish modern woman?
You like your espresso in your flat white in the morning, but your martini come Friday night. The Healthy-ish team talk realistic health goals, and are joined by accredited practicing dietitian Chloe McLeod to find out the most common dietary concerns Aussie women share. Plus, we answer an Asking For A Friend, about a problem one in eight couples will face.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How can you realistically deal with stress and worry?
Do you get the 'Sunday night sads'? Did you know food impacts mood? And have you heard of "power breaks" the new wellness trend? The Healthy-ish team look at the practical ways to live stress-free.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Are we all destined to get lifestyle diseases?
The team swap wellness war stories on their genetic risk factors, like type 1 diabetes, cancer, and heart disease, as well as their bad lifestyle habits, including being a terrible sleeper, and thinking 45 minutes of exercise undoes eight hours of sitting a day. Can you guess who’s who? Dietitian Lyndi Cohen also returns to the show to discuss the science behind plant-based diets as a treatment plan for lifestyle diseases, like diabetes, which is developed by 280 Australian everyday. Find out how you can sl...

Is spirituality our new religion?
It's all sounds very new age and millennial. Is 'tilting' the answer to a balance life? Can 'earthing' help you-destress? How should you choose an integrative practitioner? The Healthy-ish team look at the rise of complementary and spiritual therapies, and hear from guest, Natasha Weber, aka Astro Tash, about the science behind astrology.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

How should we approach sleep in the 21st century?
Yes, a lack of sleep can make you feel drunk - new science says! But how do you establish good sleeping habits when there a Netflix series to binge watch and things to overthink when you finally get to bed? The Healthy-ish team are joined by Dr Delwyn Bartlett, a sleep psychologist with over 25 years experience in insomnia research to find out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


We know we have to talk about mental health - but how?
One in four Australians experience mental health issues, yet mental ill health suffers from a major image problem. We're happy to talk about our latest 10km or green juice recipe, but we struggle to speak openly, respectfully and responsibly about common problems like anxiety and depression. The Healthy-ish team enlist the expertise of psychologist Dr Tim Sharp to find the answer.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

When did 'diet' become a dirty word?
There is a healthy diet - what you eat - and then there is a diet, a word that brings feelings of hunger and deprivation. The Healthy-ish team uncover the changing way we approach food, and are joined by former The Biggest Loser host, TV presenter and plus-size model Fiona Falkiner who shares her personal experience with the term. Plus, find out the number one question dietitians get asked.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

What is happiness and where can I find it?
A really tiny topic to cover! The Healthy-ish team talk about the science behind treating yo'self and the rise in PTSD from office jobs. They're also joined by psychologist at The Happiness Institute Dr Tim Sharp who shares his happiness tips and reckons selfishness is the first step toward selflessness.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Is sexual health the forgotten part of health?
In episode 4, the Healthy-ish team talk sleep versus sex in long-term relationships, find out an STI doctor's most common FAQs, and hear from founder of HERO condoms, the life-saving social enterprise delivering protection to Africa.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Is fitness just another thing we overcomplicate?
In episode 3, rowing enthusiast and legit doctor Andrew Rochford, F45 gym owner and health guinea pig Maz Compton, and mybodyandsoul.com.au acting editor and sweat-working fan Melissa Shedden, cover the good and bad of short-term fitness challenges, and are joined by one of Australia’s fitness industry leaders whose CV includes training 101 running newbies to their first marathon.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....

Can you thrive in winter, not just survive?
In episode two, kale dodging doctor Andrew Rochford, gym owner and French bulldog obsessive Maz Compton, and mybodyandsoul.com.au editor Melissa Shedden are joined by the Nude Nutritionist, aka Lyndi Cohen to talk comfort foods and emotional eating, while the Healthy-ish team learn how long it takes after a workout hiatus to start losing muscle and offer up everyday tips if the colder months leave you feeling miserable.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....


Is healthy-ish good enough?
In our first episode, we get to know the hosts (turns out Andrew has a healthy appreciation for tracksuit pants and Maz once ate nothing but beetroot), headlines (Uh-oh! Your brain actually eats itself when it’s tired), and answer an #AskingForAFriend reader question – Is it in my head or do I pee more when it’s cold?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information....