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Welcome to The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, the podcast helping all women have a better second half. I’m Liz Earle and, with so many of us living longer than ever before, I’m on a mission to help women thrive in later life by investing in our health and wellbeing today. This means picking up good habits in our 20s and 30s, navigating the changes that come in our 40s and 50s and fortifying our bodies with everything we need to stay fit, flexible, sharp and energised in our 60s, 70s and beyond.
 

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The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show Liz Earle

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 1.2K Ratings

Welcome to The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, the podcast helping all women have a better second half. I’m Liz Earle and, with so many of us living longer than ever before, I’m on a mission to help women thrive in later life by investing in our health and wellbeing today. This means picking up good habits in our 20s and 30s, navigating the changes that come in our 40s and 50s and fortifying our bodies with everything we need to stay fit, flexible, sharp and energised in our 60s, 70s and beyond.
 

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    Dating after divorce and the truth about infidelity, with Lucy Beresford

    Dating after divorce and the truth about infidelity, with Lucy Beresford

    Newly single or faced with staying or leaving your relationship? On this episode of The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, Liz is joined by psychotherapist Lucy Beresford to chat about dating after divorce and whether infidelity is always a dealbreaker.
    Lucy reveals why we should put a more positive spin on ‘failed’ relationships, and how the five-minute rule can improve our communication skills with our partners (past and present). Liz also gets candid about her experience of marriage and divorce.

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    • 51 min
    How tapping can help you to reach your true potential, with Poppy Delbridge

    How tapping can help you to reach your true potential, with Poppy Delbridge

    Do you struggle to manage negative thoughts? On this episode of The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, Liz is joined by manifestation coach Poppy Delbridge to learn all about rapid tapping - an easy and free way of interrupting negative thought patterns and habits.
     
    Poppy reveals how this method can help us tap into our true potential and shares how you can try tapping at home with a live session with Liz. 
     
    The episode also dives into the research behind tapping for anxiety, stress, cravings and more.
     
    Links mentioned in the episode:
    Follow Poppy on Instagram
    Buy Poppy’s book, Tapping In: Manifest the life you want with the transformative power of tapping

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    • 49 min
    How to be a boss at ageing, with Anniki Sommerville

    How to be a boss at ageing, with Anniki Sommerville

    Has your relationship with work changed as you’ve gotten older? On this episode of The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, Liz is joined by author, journalist and podcaster Anniki Sommerville to chat about how we can achieve a true work-life balance to bring us happiness and satisfaction.
    Liz and Anniki share simple strategies to deal with stress, burnout and overwhelm, take a look at how ageing can change our relationship with work, and learn how to set boundaries - especially in the workplace.
    Links mentioned in the episode:
    Follow Anniki on Instagram
    Purchase The Big Quit
    Listen to How To Be A Boss At Ageing podcast
    Listen to our fashion psychology podcast with Shakaila Forbes-Bell

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    • 47 min
    How food can support you through menopause, with Dr Federica Amati

    How food can support you through menopause, with Dr Federica Amati

    How many different plant foods have you eaten this week? On this episode of The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, Liz is joined by medical scientist and nutritionist Dr Federica Amati to chat about how food can support you through the menopause.
    Liz and Federica discuss the impact that the menopause has on our metabolic health and the gut microbiome, and why we may experience sugar cravings during this often trying transition.
    Federica shares how increasing the number of plants in your diet may reduce the menopause symptoms you experience, and protect your future health. Plus, the episode covers why we should all aim to eat at least 30 different plants every week, and why we need to be mindful of ultra-processed foods.
    Links mentioned in the episode:
    Follow Dr Federica on InstagramLearn more about the results of the ZOE PREDICT studyPurchase Food for Life: The New Science of Eating WellSign up to our FREE newsletterSubscribe to Liz Earle Wellbeing Magazine

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    • 44 min
    How fashion psychology can transform your confidence, with Shakaila Forbes-Bell

    How fashion psychology can transform your confidence, with Shakaila Forbes-Bell

    Do you have a go-to outfit that makes you feel good? On this episode of The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, Liz is joined by fashion psychologist Shakaila Forbes-Bell to chat about how fashion can impact our mood, wellbeing and behaviour.
    Liz and Shakaila chat about dopamine dressing, how clothes can represent a discontinued identity, and take a look at colour psychology. Shakaila also shares advice on helping us find clothes that flatter, and why it may be time to ditch ‘fruit salad’ dressing.
    Links mentioned in the episode:

    Follow Shakaila on InstagramPurchase Big Dress Energy: How Fashion Psychology Can Transform Your Wardrobe and Your Confidence from WaterstonesPurchase Big Dress Energy: How Fashion Psychology Can Transform Your Wardrobe and Your Confidence from Book DepositorySave 30% on The Liz Earle Jewellery Neroli Necklace here (correct at time of publishing)

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    • 40 min
    Breast cancer, HRT, and what the evidence says, with Kirsty Lang and Dr Sarah Glynne

    Breast cancer, HRT, and what the evidence says, with Kirsty Lang and Dr Sarah Glynne

    When it comes to HRT, those with a history or increased risk of breast cancer can often feel left out of the conversation. But on this episode of The Liz Earle Wellbeing Show, Liz tackles this topic with journalist Kirsty Lang, and menopause specialist and GP Dr Sarah Glynne.
    Kirsty shares her experience of breast cancer, and her decision to return to hormone replacement therapy following treatment. Meanwhile, Liz and Sarah discuss the fear caused by the poor interpretation of HRT studies and the risk of breast cancer. They chat through what recent evidence indicates to help arm you with the knowledge to make an informed decision on whether HRT is right for you.
    Links mentioned in the episode:
    Revisit our podcast with Kirsty LangDownload The Truth About Menopause and The Truth About HRTRead more about breast cancer and HRTRead the results of the Finnish 2016 study on HRT and breast cancer mortalityVisit the Newson Health websiteDownload the Balance appVisit Dr Tina Peers' websiteListen to our podcast with Professor Michael Baum

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    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

Mandabird29 ,

Outraged of Oxfordshire!

Given the millions of women that possibly died as a result of that awful WHI study 20 years ago and the media lies we have been told, this message is incredibly important. Why is this not front page news so that women still suffering and not taking HRT because they are scared of developing breast cancer, are told the truth? Thanks Liz for shining a light once again on this topic.

debbiesurrey ,

Well done Liz!

I have been a fan of Liz Earle from back in the day when she first launched her skin care brand and was often on TV. I always found her likeable and, as we are the same age, very relatable. I was delighted to discover her podcast and it hasn’t disappointed. Her guests are well chosen and interesting and I usually end up adding them to my ‘follow’ list on social media. I particularly found helpful the podcast on grief. I lost my husband, who had been my partner since we were both 15, at just 54. I felt like my life was over and despite my relatively young age to be a widow, I found I was just going through the motions of life basically waiting to die too. That podcast and many others made me feel my life was still valid. Liz is a voice for those of us who often feel invisible and forgotten and illustrates so well that we could do still have much to contribute to society. Thank you Liz!

Sally Evans in Bordeaux ,

Queenagers rock ! And even make wine.

I admit I have been enjoying the show for a long time and never got around to reviewing - apologies! But this recent episode on queenagers really forced me to write. I totally changed my life in my 50s - after a corporate life & my kids left home , I started studying wine for the first time then bought vines and some old buildings and created a new wine chateau in Bordeaux - chateau George 7 ( pronounced chateau George Sept) where I live, make 3 wines and run a wine tourism business. And I hit 60 last month. I have so much energy and so many more ideas of projects so come on, queenagers - let’s show them what we are made of. Thank you Liz - for another inspiring show. Xx

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