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Health-and-fitness • Education

Conversations on marrying up the person we are on the inside, with the person we are on the outside. Join broadcaster Pipa Gordon taking a rummage through who we are and how we do life.

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095 Women, Politics, Patriarchy and Weight Loss – A walk in the park with Alison Cork

Nov 22 • 01:06:56

If you wonder if you will ever find your voice, or fear that you won’t know what to do with it when you do, then check out this episode. It’s a hugely inspiring conversation with someone who has forged her own path right from the start. We talk about politics, patriarchy, education, and media, taking part in life, taking control and finding our confidence. Alison Cork has ...

094 WHAT IS GOOD SEX?

Nov 8 • 01:10:18

Sex therapist and author Emma Waring joins me for an episode in which we pull back the covers on our sex lives. It is an area of life that we are often uncomfortable talking about and yet something that is so vital to our health and wellbeing, not to mention our relationships....

093 TESTOSTERONE IS NOT JUST FOR BOYS

Oct 25 • 41:39

In this episode we wrap up Menopause Awareness Month by talking with Dr Zoe Hodson about testosterone and alcohol. It’s not just about libido, we talk about the benefits to mental health, our mood, energy and mental agility. A decrease in testosterone can have a detrimental knock on effect to women’s lives. Zoe talks about women being misdiagnosed with chronic fatigue synd...

092 FOODS, MOODS, AND HORMONES

Oct 17 • 01:03:23

On this episode we talk all about how our food effects both our physical and mental health. Our hormones are affected tremendously by what we eat and there’s a reason why diets don’t work, they don’t give us the balance we need, for example, high protein = low mood. Clinical nutritionist and former chef Emma Ellis-Flint joins me to go deeper into this conversation, she is ...

091 MENOPAUSE, HRT AND HOW TO APPROACH YOUR GP

Oct 11 • 01:04:16

Menopause is often misdiagnosed so education is paramount. If we can know what to look out for, we will be far more equipped when we go to see the GP for help and support. This week we talk to menopause specialist Sharon Hartmann from the Newson Clinic. She works both in the NHS and the private sector so she has a window on both experiences....

090 WHAT IF THERE'S NO SABRE-TOOTH TIGER

Sep 27 • 01:04:50

In this show we talk about anxiety, change, careers, teenagers, parenting, failure, adventure – all sorts!...

089 Gut health, Alcohol and Making Life Changes

Sep 13 • 52:47

It's all in this podcast! First up, we have a catch up after what has been a much longer than anticipated break, and then we talk with Lindsey Beveridge about her recovery from addiction and how she became a nutritional therapist....

088 BIG T LITTLE T TRAUMA IS TRAUMA

Jun 13 • 54:42

087 GOOD GRIEF THIS IS EXHAUSTING

May 20 • 25:55

Why are we exhausted? Why are we not racing out of the gates now the restrictions are being lifted? Why are we feeling flat? Shouldn't we be feeling more excited and energised? ...

086 Hindsight is 2020

Dec 10 • 44:57

For the last episode of this year I threw open the floor to our facebook group and let them ask the questions via my husband Brian who added his beautiful mellow tones to the podcast! We talk about all the insights and learns from 2020, favourite conversations, hopes for 2021, George Clooney’s hair, padded pants, all sorts!...

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