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Just One Thing
with Michael Mosley
If time is tight, what's the one thing that you should be doing to improve your health and wellbeing? Michael Mosley reveals scientifically proven top tips to change your life.
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4.7 stars from 760 ratings
Thanks for all the tips
I am fixated on health and well-being, so this podcast is a veritable cornucopia for me. The nutritional information is , of course, Merveilleusement pratique. Many thanks, Michael. 😁
George Ropper 10 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/21/22
Squats can mess with your knees
Although I gave five, I would be very careful with squats. I have very good leg muscles as I was a distance runner as a youth and from age 50 to 60 cycled every day with weekly twenty kilometres plus, and now walk ten kilometres a day. However, being seventy my joints are not so healthy, and six...Read full review »
Anynamewilldo22 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/17/22
Love listening to Michael Mosley!
Bite sized episodes with great advice. It’s less overwhelming to do one small thing, create that habit, and then build upon it. And his voice is lovely, very relaxing!
Gatsbyblue via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/23/22
Recent Episodes
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Published 06/15/22
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