Cabral Concept

  • Hands down my favorite wellness podcast of all time.  Dr Cabral is a board certified naturopathic doctor who is on a mission to help everyone.  Podcasts are published DAILY and cover everything from mental health, to nutrition, to training to healthy products & books he recommends.  Dr Cabral is ridiculously educated and passionate about wellness; it is contagious.  He doesn’t promote any one sort of lifestyle (paleo, vegean, etc) so you won’t feel excluded here.  He even does “House calls” on Saturday and Sunday where he answers questions that LISTENERS submit.  In a space where everyone is scared to give advice or wants to charge a fee before they even meet you – this is proof of Dr Cabrals mission to help us heal ourselves.  I can’t say enough great things about this podcast, but I honestly believe listening to it will change your life, or at least your outlook.  Bonus: They are less than 30 mins, always!

EmFit Radio

  • Emily Schromm is a personal trainer, CrossFit coach and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, but most importantly she’s another human passionate about wellness.  Emily mostly interviews guests for most of the podcasts, which is a great format for exposure to other people who might inspire you.  I really love Emily’s interview style, she asks her guests questions that leave you with real actionable information.  I think this podcast will appeal to women mostly, but I’d love to connect with men who think on this level as well.  She is thoughtful, introspective and connected with the circle she inhabits, something I wish more of us could be.  I love the places my mind goes after listening to EmFit Radio.

Revolution Health Radio

  • Hosted by Chris Kresser (functional health guru), this podcast is HIGHLY informative.  The format can be dull and require some concentration, but always useful information.  I usually come away from these podcasts with feverish Google fingers, trying to learn more about what I heard. Bonus: podcasts are transcribed online so you happen to be in a space where you can’t listen (eh, like maybe your job), you can read through the interview (& possibly skip the ‘what I ate today’ segment…)