Most Popular Nutrition Podcasts of 2017
By Kim Rueb
January 3, 2018
The new year is here, and we'd like to take a moment to reflect on 2017 and the hundreds of clients we've helped to better their health. Our company has grown and so has our podcast Dishing Up Nutrition, now reaching over two million listeners around the world. While we think that all of our podcast topics are important, we're not above picking favorites! We went back and found out which podcasts were most relevant for our listeners and are sharing our top four most popular podcasts for you to listen to one more time.
Snuggle in with some tea and a cozy blanket, grab your running shoes and listen while you walk, or tune in while you're cooking for the week. However you do it, listen and get inspired to make 2018 your best year yet!
There are so many confusing messages out there about fat that many people are confused at the idea that the right kinds of fats are actually healing for the body. From MS to hormonal health and healing the body from an autoimmune condition, fats are so important! Listen in to learn how your body might benefit from more fat, what sources are the best (and most delicious!) and more.
Don't settle for aches and pains without first taking a look at what you're eating. We're making the case for more natural, and permanent, care for your achy body.. Find relief naturally by adjusting your diet. Listen in!
Have you ever slowed down to consider how the foods you eat can either increase joint pain or decrease joint pain? We’re sharing our BIG 3 foods that could be causing your achy knees. Listen in and learn how to find relief.
If you’re frustrated by accumulating weight and pounds not dropping as fast as you’d like, you'll want to listen in as we’re joined by Ann Louise Gittleman, a New York Times best-selling author of over 30 nutrition books. Gittleman is sharing her research of ten different hidden factors that influence why people gain weight and why they struggle to lose it.
And that's a wrap! We'll see you in 2018 as Dishing Up Nutrition takes on more nutrition topics and answers your questions. Don't want to wait until next year? Take a look at hundreds of past podcasts here, search by health topics that matter to you or listen to them all! You can also catch us anytime on our app, available for free on iPhone and Android.