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Why ‘healthy-ish’ is good enough

Why ‘healthy-ish’ is good enough

Why ‘healthy-ish’ is good enough

Melissa Shedden bodyandsoul.com.au

So good, we named our new myBody+Soul podcast after it. 

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Welcome to Healthy-ish, a podcast serving up everyday tips for your mind, body and soul.

Hosted by dad, doctor, and silver fox, Dr Andrew Rochford, radio and tele pro and hilarious human Maz Compton, and myself, myBody+Soul online editor and activewear enthusiast Melissa Shedden, we're your fortnightly dose of healthy-ish news and advice.

Photo: Instagram@drandrewrochford. Healthy-ish co-host Dr Andrew Rochford.

Photo: Instagram@drandrewrochford. Healthy-ish co-host Dr Andrew Rochford.Source:BodyAndSoul

Each episode we’ll be joined by a guest to help us on our journey to discover as much as we can about healthy living in the modern world.

So what is healthy-ish? We can tell you what it isn’t – and that’s restrictive, complicated, or extreme. There's no 'one way' to get there. Healthy-ish is about balance, moderation, common sense – and we want to inspire you to live healthier in a way that works for you.

Photo: Instagram@mazcompton. Healthy-ish co-host Maz Compton.

Photo: Instagram@mazcompton. Healthy-ish co-host Maz Compton.Source:BodyAndSoul

In our first episode, Is healthy-ish good enough?, we get to know the hosts (turns out Andrew has a healthy appreciation for tracksuit pants and Maz once ate nothing but beetroot), headlines (Uh-oh! Your brain actually eats itself when it’s tired), and answer an #AskingForAFriend reader question – Is it in my head or do I pee more when it’s cold?

Photo: Instagram@melissashedden. Melissa Shedden is online editor of mybodyandsoul.com.au.

Photo: Instagram@melissashedden. Melissa Shedden is online editor of mybodyandsoul.com.au.Source:BodyAndSoul

Got some 'me time'? Enjoy the best of myBody+Soul on our podcast, made for your listening pleasure! Visit the Apple iTunes store where episode one will be available to download soon.


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