The show that cuts through the nonsense about hea…
Eat smart, live well: the nutrition fundamentals
Nutrition can be complicated. Not because it has to be, but because the volume of information available to us can be overwhelming. This week Karl is joined by registered dietician Orla Walsh to cut through the jargon and fad diets and bring you the basics of nutrition and what you really need to know. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Restarting your routine after the summer
Summer is great for so many reasons, but those few months can wreak havoc on our routines. Holidays abroad in particular, see us throw our schedules and usual exercise and meal plans out the window. This week Karl goes through some of his top tips for getting our health and wellness back on track. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How to embrace change in our lives
Change. Do you love it? Are you afraid of it? It’s a natural and constant part of life, but it can be overwhelming. Clinical psychologist Dr Claire Hayes explains why embracing change can lead to exciting new opportunities.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Brain health and dementia: what you need to know
We have all heard of dementia, many of us will have a loved one who has the disease. It can be a health topic that some of us shy away from, out of fear of what it entails. This week, Karl is joined by neuroscientist Dr Sabina Brennan to tell us exactly what we need to know about dementia and how to keep our brains healthy. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Attention boosting and stress reducing: How plants and nature can improve your life
Having a house full of plants has become very trendy in recent years. While they look great, surrounding ourselves with nature has more than just aesthetic benefits. Karl speaks to Professor Ross Cameron about why plants improve our health and wellbeing. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The science behind conversation
Conversations are a part of our daily life. We probably underestimate how many conversations we have every day. But how important is conversation and what is going on in our brains when we are chatting to someone? This week Karl is joined by neuroscientist Shane O’Mara to discuss. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I look forward to this each week and enjoy the variety of guests in the show. Karl is very flexible in his topics and so easy to listen to. His expertise and genuine interest in people and all health related topics is outstanding. Thanks Karl & Team 🎉👍🏻😎
Such a good variety of topics Karl. Loving the mix. From love to weight loss surgery. Highly recommend.
Sensible and easy to follow advice
Karl knows what he’s talking about, nothing out of the ordinary that we all don’t know about. Listening to his podcasts helps my motivation after a 3 and a half stone weight loss. It was difficult but it’s also hard to maintain. Fell off the wagon during the summer but getting back on track from today.
It’s about the balance which I love and still having fun, food is to enjoy not to endure diet food. Well done Karl , your doing a great job 👏