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Juna Gjata
Food, We Need To Talk
A science-based, humor laced approach to health and fitness. With the help of top researchers from the health and wellness fields, Juna Gjata and Dr. Eddie Phillips break down the science behind good nutrition, exercise, stress, sleep, and more. Includes a generous helping of sarcasm (Juna), dad jokes (Eddie), and pristine sound design (our awesome producers).
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 1,856 ratings
Ron Shumsky, Psy.D
Very thought provoking. And not just in terms of the specific content per se (food, nutrition and so forth), but even more, it has helped me to rethink relationship between doctor-patient-symptom more broadly. Highly recommend program, in many respects
drrontokyo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/15/22
Amazing, insightful and fun
This show is some of the most educational, realistic and relevant nutrition content out there. Love it!
aprilpodcasternewbie88 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/13/22
This is fun and informative podcast- keeping it real about nutrition and wellbeing for all of us— with humor and science/research.
Cat14010 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/08/22
Recent Episodes
Published 08/08/22
Having a good relationship with food is complicated. Sure, we should be eating our fruits and veggies, of course we should exercise, but when does this go too far? Is not being able to eat cake at a birthday party truly "healthy?" Today, we talk to Jordan Syatt, a record-holding powerlifter and...
Published 08/08/22
We usually think of stress as a "bad" thing, something to be avoided–but is stress actually bad for our health? How does stress affect our eating and our food choices? Why do some of us gain weight when we get stressed, while others lose weight? This week, we talk to Professor Daryl O'Connor of...
Published 07/25/22
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