Every day we're bombarded with wellness information in the media — and social media posts and headlines don't always give you the full story. Ever find yourself more confused than well? If you can relate, then join wellness journalist, Mercey Livingston, every Monday as she interviews inspiring wellness experts and changemakers in the industry. Think real, honest, and unedited conversations on wellness topics like nutrition, fitness, mental health and more. The Wellness Unedited mission is simple: to bring you resources and inspiration so you can learn what works best for you.
Biohacking for Women: How to Hack Your Hormones and Infradian Rhythm to Feel Better, Work Smarter, and Love More with Alisa Vitti
Alisa Vitti, HHC, AADP, is an integrative nutritionist, hormone expert, and best-selling author of WomanCode and In the Flo. She is the founder of Flo Living, a menstrual healthcare platform for women.
Emily Merrell on The Art of Networking and How to Build Real Connections in the Digital Age
Emily Merrell is the founder of Six Degrees Society, a group that is redefining networking. She is also a business coach for community and event focused entrepreneurs.
Tatiana Boncompagni on Finding Joy in Movement, Releasing Body Shame, and Stepping Into Your Power
Tatiana Boncompagni is the founder of Eat Sunny, a Mediterranean-diet inspired meal delivery service, certified personal trainer, and a 15-year veteran journalist and editor. She's written for amazing publications like The New York Times, SELF, Vogue, and more.
Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik of Almost 30 on Friendship, Entrepreneurship, and Navigating Wellness Info Overload
#PodcastQueens Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik, hosts and creators of the Almost 30 podcast join me on the show. The Almost 30 Podcast is a top-rated lifestyle podcast, brand, and community that reaches over 12 million people across the world.
Latham Thomas on Owning Your Glow, Reclaiming Birth, and How to Be an Authentic Ally
Latham Thomas is the founder of Mama Glow, a celebrity doula, and a doula educator helping more women reclaim the birth experience and find the emotional and spiritual support they need.
Democratizing Access to Holistic Health and Decolonizing Wellness with Lulu Ge, Co-Founder of Elix Healing
Lulu Ge, the co-founder of Elix Healing discusses democratizing access to holistic health, the importance of decolonizing wellness, and the connection between mental health and hormone health.
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It’s so nice to finally get a podcast with no agenda, no biased views, and with pure motivation for wellness! Mercey is so relatable and provides content that is relevant to all young girls.
Hi, I listened to your episode with Jessica Ash. I love what she is teaching and am thrilled to see her getting attention all over the wellness space.
I have some criticisms, but I hope you will take them as positively as I mean them. I realize this is a new podcast, and you seem quite young, so I hope I’m just offering some tips for you to consider for improvement.
My husband was in the room, and I wanted him to hear Jessica as well; however, he walked out with a very negative attitude because he could only focus on hearing you use the word “like” constantly. As an audio broadcaster, this bad habit can clearly make or break growth. He also was very impatient with how long it took to get to your guest. You had a lot going on, and I had to agree that we were both uncomfortable listening to you for so long before the guest was introduced. Maybe you don’t do that always, but the intro was tedious here.
I’m so thrilled to see more wise attention on wellness and nutrition, so I don’t wish to discourage you. We NEED you! We are a nation of sick people who have no understanding of how we got there, and people like you, who are willing to be bold and step out are amazing!
Thank you for choosing Jessica as one of your early guests. I hope you’ll bring her back often. I’ll be listening!