30 episodes

This podcast is all about sharing the knowledge I gained through my own personal struggles and through my guests who are pioneers in wellness who are changing the way we view health all together. Not only are they masters in their crafts, but are people who I have personally observed grow and blossom as healers and entrepreneurs.

I truly hope that this space adds the value you seek, and will give you the starting blocks to heal too. All you need to do to get started is to subscribe and you can leave the rest in our hands.
Looking forward to sharing this time together.

Bodcast Candice Bodington

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.6 • 10 Ratings

This podcast is all about sharing the knowledge I gained through my own personal struggles and through my guests who are pioneers in wellness who are changing the way we view health all together. Not only are they masters in their crafts, but are people who I have personally observed grow and blossom as healers and entrepreneurs.

I truly hope that this space adds the value you seek, and will give you the starting blocks to heal too. All you need to do to get started is to subscribe and you can leave the rest in our hands.
Looking forward to sharing this time together.

    How do we help someone with a mental illness?

    How do we help someone with a mental illness?

    The most common question asked in Dr. Jess Stanbridge's practice ~ so we decided to record a podcast together and discuss how we can aid in the healing and holding space of those we love the most.

    One of the biggest takeaways I got from this episode was before trying to help we must first check-in with our capacity to be able to fully offer our support which, is just one of the many topics of discussion in today's podcast episode.

    • 29 min
    Practical Mental Health Tips

    Practical Mental Health Tips

    "I would like to start this by stating that everyone has mental health ~ we sometimes forget that.
    There can be a sense of “othering” when we talk about mental health but it’s incredibly important to remember that because you have brain, you have mental health. And the definition of mental health is not the absence of a mental illness; it’s includes our emotional, psychological and social wellbeing. It also determines how we handle stress, make life choices and relate to others.

    Just like you look after your body by caring for your physical health, so you should be looking after your mental health by caring for your brain."
    And in today's episode we talk about how to practically do that with our co-host Jessica Stanbridge, a qualified psychiatrist who specialises in women's mental health. 

    • 37 min
    Breaking Down Cyberbullying

    Breaking Down Cyberbullying

    If not me, who? If not now, then when? ... I asked myself after a week of being cyberbullied.
    At what point of being bullied online do we draw the line and stand up and talk about how these negligible actions affect real people behind our screens ~

    This thought soon afterward became the catalyst to this season of the Podcast with our new co-host Dr. Jessica Stanbridge, a qualified psychiatrist who specialises in womxn's mental health.

    In EP.01 today, we discuss:


    what cyberbullying is and how it is different from traditional bullying.
    why it is so problematic and what the mental health implications are.
    How we can manage it if it has/had to happen to us

    With people having access to us 24/7, it is so important to be firm in our boundaries and what you will and will not accept in your space online. Especially if its a place you spend a lot of time on because it has become a place we can not leave when going home, this space comes home with us.

    You are allowed boundaries when it comes to your mental health.

    • 46 min
    How I live with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis + HUGE Q+A with Registered Dietician Jessica Kotlowitz

    How I live with Hashimoto's Thyroiditis + HUGE Q+A with Registered Dietician Jessica Kotlowitz

    I am more than my autoimmune ~ there is more to my story, but for today I will be sharing my update Hashiomots Thyroids journey and where I am at with my co-host and registered dietician Jessica Kotlowitz on the final episode of season 3.

    We get to 100's of your questions that include but not limited to:


    What is Hashies?
    What are the symptoms?
    Do I still experience flare-ups if so what are they and how often?
    What and how with testing for Hashies?
    What medication am I on, is it helping?
    How to decrease thyroid antibodies?
    Did my boob job cause it?
    Have I experienced referred pain because of Hashies?
    Did Hashies affect my cycle?
    Do I feel more tired than other people my age?
    What diet do I follow { do I avoid anything? }
    Do I still eat gluten, sugar, and dairy?
    Did I follow an illumination diet?
    Did eating a more plant-based diet help?
    How do I manage with digestion?
    Did I cut out unnatural beauty and cleaning products?
    Do I struggle to lose weight and have no energy to exercise?
    Does stress make it worse?
    Do certain things tire me out more quickly?

    I also share who is the next guest and topic for season four, so make sure to stay till the end!

    Thank you for your love and support ~ and a MASSIVE thank you to Jess for taking the time to share your knowledge with us.

    See you for season 4 in October!

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Debunking Common Nutrition Myths

    Debunking Common Nutrition Myths

    In todays episode we dive into the background on what makes for evidence-based recommendations in nutrition and how nutrition myths can spread and how they fool us.

    We also get into:
    ~ How to decipher which myths are true or false?
    ~ Gluten: is gluten unhealthy? Should we all be avoiding it?
    ~ Organic foods and pesticides. Is organic really healthier?
    ~ Soy: Do soy products contain estrogen? Do they affect your hormone levels? Can soy be part of a healthy diet?
    ~ Juicing: Should we all be juicing? Why/ why not?
    ~ Do we need to detox?
    ~ Processed food: Is all processed food bad? Should we eat a diet that is 100% whole-foods? What is the definition of processed food?
    ~ Carbs: Do carbs really lead to weight gain? Do carbs lead to diabetes and other diseases? Should we be avoiding carbs?
    ~ Fresh vs. canned vs. frozen: Is fresh really better?

    • 1 hr
    How to Have a Balanced Vegan Diet.

    How to Have a Balanced Vegan Diet.

    Jessica’s and Candice share their journeys to becoming vegan and more plant based.

    We also dive into some of the below questions:
    Is veganism a fad diet?
    Is veganism a weight loss diet?
    Is a vegan diet safe?
    What are the common nutrients of concern on a vegan diet?
    Which supplements do you need to take as a vegan?
    What common mistakes do people make when following a vegan diet.
    Should a vegan diet be 100% whole-foods?
    How to eat a balanced, healthy vegan diet.

    • 45 min

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ydbsnssk ,

Amazing

Candice is such a comforting podcast host, she holds such amazing space for conversation around topics that can be so life changing!

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Love your work!!

Cands is an honest, beautiful and knowledgeable women, full of positivity and an amazing women empowerist!
Her podcasts are so personal and honest so worth a listen

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