May 4, 2023

5 podcast for women by Women  

Writer: Ysabella Reyes Editor: Fizza Rizvi Reader: Brooke Bandy

#1 Food Psych Podcast With Christy Harrison  

In each episode, Christy interviews motivational guests, such as health and psychology experts, anti-diet activists, and leaders in the body-liberation movement. She discusses their relationship with food, their journey toward healing their body image and accepting their body, and overcoming eating disorders and the stigma associated with being overweight. This podcast tackles diet culture in all its cunning manifestations, including the restricting habits that frequently pass for health and well-being. It exposes diet culture for the life thief that it is. 


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#2 Body Stuff with Dr. Jen Gunter  

Do you think you understand how your body functions? Think again! From how much water you should drink to how frequently you should go to the bathroom, Dr. Jen Gunter is here to challenge everything you believe to be true.  Each week she exposes  your innermost secrets and debunks the most insane myths.  

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#3 Oprah's Supersoul   

Oprah's Super Soul offers awakening, discovery, and connection to the underlying significance of the universe. The interviews with thought-leaders, best-selling authors, spiritual giants, and health and wellness authorities are all ones that Oprah has personally chosen. 


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#4 Terrible Thanks for Asking  

We frequently ask (and receive) the inquiry, "How are you?" And typically, even when we are dying within, we say, "Fine!" so that everyone may continue with their day. But is it really usually fine?  

Author Nora McInerny's program "Terrible, Thanks for Asking" allows genuine individuals to be frank about how they're actually doing. Sometimes it's humorous, other times, it's sad, but usually, it's both. 


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#5 Womanica  

Just 5 minutes a day Womanica talks about the lives of women who shook history up. You get to hear more about women you've heard of and learn about women you should know.  


Hope you enjoy my recommendations! Happy Listening 

Best, Ysabella  

Ysabella is a senior at The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., pursuing her Bachelors in Psychology. She is planning to become a clinical psychologist, and is currently a psychology intern for the AGAPE House at Thaddeus Resource Center. In her free time, she enjoys a good movie and reading a good book.

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