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7 Podcasts That Will Inspire you to Live Healthier By The End of Your Commute

healthy living podcasts for commute

1. Nourishing Women

Meg Dixon and Victoria Myers are registered dietitians with a private practice based in Florida. With their real, down to earth approach they'll make you want to be their new BFF. They tell it how it is with a science based approach.

2. Less Stressed Life

Hosted by dietitian, Christa Biegler, she covers everything from functional nutrition to protecting your eyes, working on your relationships, and mastering meditation to improve your wellbeing.

3. RD Real Talk

Heather Caplan is a registered dietitian and focuses on mindful and intuitive eating as well as sports nutrition. She has a great series covering each principle of intuitive eating, talks about improving your relationship with food, her struggle with orthorexia (an obsession with eating 'healthy' foods), and more.

4. Body Love Project

Jessi Haggerty is also a dietitian. This podcast focuses on the problems with diet culture, health at every size, and improving your relationship with your body.

5. Grapefruit and Granola

Hosted by dietitian, Samara Abbott, you'll find the answers you're looking for to common nutrition questions. She covers everything from should you be taking a multivitamin to is diet soda bad for you - a very informative podcast with the answers you're seeking.

6. The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva podcast is for the science lovers, those with a short commute, and anyone interested in learning more about nutrition. Dietitian, Monica Reinagel, reviews the nutrition science behind many trends and common nutrition questions and most of her episodes are only 10 minutes long. They're very educational and perfect for anytime you get in the car.

7. Chasing Joy Podcast

Nantucket native, and wellness blogger, Georgie Morley, is a down to earth, 20-something, you can relate to. On her podcast she covers everything from brewing better coffee at home, to eating disorder recovery, to practicing self-love, taking the leap into solopreneurship, and even caring for house plants.