Everyday Wellness


Welcome to the Everyday Wellness podcast with Cynthia Thurlow! Cynthia Thurlow is a nurse practitioner, author of the best selling book Intermittent Fasting Transformation: IF45,2x TEDx speaker, with her second talk having more than 10 million views, and the host of Everyday WellnessPodcast. With over 20 years experience in health and wellness, Cynthia is a globally recognized expert in intermittent fasting and women’s health, and has been featured on ABC, FOX5, KTLA, CW, Medium, Entrepreneur, and The Megyn Kelly Show. Her mission is to educate women on the benefits of intermittent fasting and overall holistic health and wellness, so they feel empowered to live their most optimal lives. Her goal with Everyday Wellness is to help her listeners make simple changes to their everyday lives that will result in improved overall wellness and long term health.

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  • DLInvest
    Bone health episode on Everyday Wellness
    This episode on bone health taught me many new things about bone health. Thank you for keeping your guests answering questions so easy to understand. Melissa Laffey
  • horseygirl2222
    Love Cynthia Thurlow and everyday Wellness
    So many great subjects and guests. I have shared many with friends and family. Down to earth and practical advice to live a healthier lifestyle.
  • chelbellwell
    Episode 251
    “Thank you, I receive that” definitely going to practice that one!!
  • FocoLeah
    Educational, diverse points of view, helpful
    Thank you, Cynthia, for covering diverse topics in a nuanced way with a special focus on women 35+. Appreciate all you do!
  • kamb14
    Cynthia talks too much
    Cynthia has excellent guests on her program but she uses too much of the time talking. I want to hear what the expert has to say. She will talk 3-4 minutes straight. We all know she was in the hospital. We all know she was on anti-fungals. No need to retell that story nearly every episode. Many times it seems she has a point she wants to make and then allows the expert to agree with her. I’d much prefer simple questions and listening to what the expert has to share. Usually I just FF through her talking. Also, production is amateurish in the way commercials are inserted - sometimes mid sentence!
  • Jen Oliva
    Such Amazing Information!
    Mindy Pelz is amazing and this episode has been eye opening! Thank you Cynthia for this gift.
  • MG Ann Arbor
    All of the information you will need!!! Incredible
    I found Everyday Wellness when I had an unexpected personal health setback. At 41, I found myself rapidly gaining weight, uncontrollably heavy and unpredictable periods, and incredibly unhappy. My allopathic OBGYN suggested a hysterectomy and it was a big “no way” from me. My OB shrugged her shoulders when I talked about weight gain, horrible sleep, and my cycles. I refused to accept this as my “future” or “destiny.” I started a research deep dive and stumbled upon Cynthia’s TED talk (that I now know started it all). It was a big “A-Ha” moment for me. I immediately bought the IF45 book (also incredible) and started listening. I am on my track to being the version of me I somehow lost over the past 5 years. Thin, strong, lean, sober, empowered. I have listened to about 100 episodes thus far since finding it In September 2022. Thank you, Cynthia!!!
  • redlulu
    Decent pod
    This podcast is informative and well done. The topics are germane and useful. I learn something every time. The editing of the ads is poorly done and need improvement. Also, I mean this kindly, the word “misnomer” does not mean what Cynthia thinks it means. She uses it incorrectly in many episodes. Update - been listening for quite awhile now. I like the topics and the speakers. Lots of contradictory information. Lots of broad statements with no explanation (e.g., how she tried HRT but the results were terrible. How so? We’ll never know). We do not need to hear again CT’s story, which we get in every episode as she explains to every guest. Also realizing how privileged and wealthy one must be to implement all these concepts. It’s frustrating. Finally, lots of self congratulation with how CT raises her kids. Despite claiming to try to instill something other than a mindset focused on consumerism, we also hear about all her amazing world travels with her kids, the many expensive interventions (e.g., CGM for extended periods), and expensive testing. Too much distraction and I find it hard to listen anymore.
  • Lovedogs96
    Love this podcast
    Always listen! Love this podcast
  • Hambone0627
    Episode 240 with Amy Berger
    Absolutely loved this conversation!!! Thank you so much Cynthia and Team for bringing amazing guests and valuable information!
  • Milana Bajkin
    So informative!
    I enjoyed listening to the episode with Dr. Felice Gersh! I learned so much about perimenopause and menopause! Thank you!
  • JS Springfield
    Always great content!
    Enjoyed, saved and shared your interview with Dr Tassone!
  • BluePrint Podcast
    This is a great podcast for everyday wellness!
    Cynthia Thurlow is an excellent host with great content covering long-term health and wellness! info Loved Episode 242 with Dr. Mark Cucuzzella! This was an amazing, transparent conversation with amazing health insights and take-aways! Highly recommend!
  • Kendalllosesweight
    So amazing! I learned so much!
    Mark Cucuzzella was an absolute gem!!! I love this episode and have had it on repeat for days! There is so much to learn from this conversation! Well done! Thank you!
  • SharlaTherapist
    Dr Tabatha
    Part 1 & 2 with Dr Tabatha Barber should be required listening for all women ages 35 & up. I’m a mental health professional and often recommended episodes of EWP to my clients. However, Dr Tabatha & Cynthia touch on almost every key element of being a woman and understanding our body. Job well done!
  • LPekar
    Dr Felipe Gersh!!
    Amazing informative enlightening inspirational podcast Every female of any age should listen Please have her more on more often !!
  • emsgirls3
    Loved Dr.Tan
    This was such an interesting episode! I loved Dr Tans enthusiasm as well as how blown away I was from the information! I am not only going to listen again I am sharing it for sure! Thank you Cynthia!
  • Asilcg
    Cynthia Thurlow brings thought provoking professionals to her podcast! Mind blowing with Max Lugavere.
  • JillBo411
    I’m happy to have found this!
    I came to Cynthia Thurlow via an interview with Dr Ken Berry. I’ve only been listening for a week, but already some of my important questions have been answered. I’m looking forward to hearing all of the rest of the episodes.
  • Lucienne.A
    Easily Informative
    I truly appreciate the effort Cynthia puts into her podcasts! Not only does she bring exceptional people on to interview but she does her homework and brings something more to discuss. I’ve learned so much from her and her guests!
  • msmaguire2
    Great Listen
    Stumbled across this podcast and have become a big fan. Very informative, expert guests, and interesting topics.
  • SnivyFTW
    Geeking out on exogenous ketones!
    What a great podcast with Dr. Latt Mansor on Exogenous Ketones. How it is helpful for energy & mental focus. His knowledge is mind-blowing. Also, enjoyed the info on strength training and sarcopenia. As a 61 year old female this information was very beneficial for me and my longevity. Thanks you Cynthia for for all the guests you have on your podcast. Laurie Price Loved, loved this podcast with Margaret Floyd Barry! She shared foods that can cause inflammation, tests we can take to see if we have gut issues along with how to eliminate those foods that can disrupt our gut. Both Margaret and Cynthia are open with personal information that helped me become aware of the importance of taking care of your gut. I definitely gave this one 5 stars. One of my favorite podcasts I’ve listened to so far. Laurie Price
  • Krecik1983
    Love the information, let’s make products affordable
    I love the information Cynthia provides and the guests she invites to converse with. All her episodes have been super informative and I have applied many of the concepts presented. My one wish would be to make some of the products more affordable so we could reach a broader community. For example - I was fascinated by the most recent melatonin conversation. Yet, when I discovered that Sandman was $120 for a 15 day supply it made me wonder how many people could truly afford some these great products. We need to make functional medicine more accessible to all. Cynthia- Thank you for the work you do and information you share with us.
  • RQMGibskon
    Please let your guests speak
    I love the content but Cynthia talks way too much! It’s like a 60/40 ratio if not more of just Cynthia talking about her clients and her life. I would love to hear more from the guests... It’s a little annoying. It takes away from having these amazing experts there when they don’t get to talk. Update: I can’t listen to it anymore. I tried to listen to the one about melatonin and Cynthia went on a 3-min rant and then played a commercial. It was 3 full minutes that we didn’t get to listen to this guy. It was about her kids, her experience, and her reading the guy’s book. It just feels a little self-centered. Meanwhile some podcasters will just turn the mic over to their guests and not say a word for 30 min. Maybe people like the way they do it here. I got tired so I’m out.
  • lucylouky
    One of my favorites!
    This podcast was so beneficial regarding gut health. Excellent!
  • Meeshee69
    Thank you! You are a godsend!
    Hi there. I recently discovered your podcast and have been listening daily since! Love love love it. Listened to the episode about HRT with Dr. Bluming and Dr. Tavris and it was amazing. So much valuable information. I am 53 years old and after suffering for months and months started HRT last October. It was a life changing decision for me. I feel like I got my life back. But always in the back of my head I was worried about so many conflicting reports about the dangers of HRT. Your podcast really quelled so many of my fears. I am so grateful to have found you. Thank you thank you
  • Tgkigvac
    Gut health!
    Such a good episode today!
  • Aliceisalmostfamous
    Love This Podcast
    Listen to this weekly and learn so much I can apply to my every day life! So inspiring
  • MC in TX
    Informative podcast
    I enjoy Cynthia’s podcast. I was starting IF and found her Ted talk initially. As an Np myself I knew she had the credibility to discuss these topics. She has truly motivated me to look at my health and eating in a better way. Thank you Cynthia!!!
  • StepShoc
    I learn so much with CT. She’s educates and empowers most every episode! As a T1Diabetic in menopause I feel great with her help!! I’d give 5 stars of the podcast was shorter!!! When there are guests that have more than 30-45 minutes of content, have a couple episodes!! And most listeners know CTs career and family history, we don’t need to hear it every episode! Been listening for a long time and with all the commercials it’s getting too long!
  • DebbiePotts
    Life is not a race but a Journey
    I always learn something new from Cynthia or get reminded or re-inspired to continue following my passion, purpose and mission. Cynthia always inspires me - as well as her amazing guests. Any tips to help the aging female athlete who struggles with chronic stress but on a mission to thrive in their future life is a win for me.
  • DjaeS
    Listen & Learn!
    Cynthia is a wealth of knowledge and delivers said knowledge in the most pragmatic, clear way. My new favorite hands down!
  • Adarcus
    Such GREAT information!
    I love Cynthia’s commitment to informing us about all things health and wellness. She has some of the best guests and I can’t wait for each episode!
  • Deanna - Well and Worthy Life
    One of the MOST informative podcast!!
    I love this podcast. Cynthia is always so informing and has some of the best guests in her show. Thank you!!!
  • jes🥰
    Ads are horribly placed
    Love the podcast but it seems like she puts no effort into editing the episodes correctly. Putting an ad in mid sentence is super tacky and unprofessional. Also, PLEASE if you’re going to have an accredited health podcast, please put time stamps, so we can all not have to waste our time listening to wasteful conversation. Some of us are here for answers to help our health
  • zinc Lozenges
    Cynthia makes every subject interesting, relatable, and actionable. Cynthia expertly conducts in-depth discussions with world renowned expert guests. She naturally translate these topic’s ,and provides solutions and real life actions you can take. She explores wide array of health and wellness related topics across spirit mind and body. I eagerly await each new podcast! Thank you Cynthia. ScottE
  • M-and-P
    Emmerich interview 5⭐️
    The Maria Emmerich interview was my favorite! That was a 5 star learning experience for sure.
  • farnazal
    Its a eye opener
    One of the best podcasts
  • FitnessAng
    Should he taught in every sex Ed classs
    Cynthia Thurlow’s podcasts are a must listen and her books are a must read for every female. I’m 50 and learning things about my hormones and body that I wish I would have known when I was 13 Episode 206 with the Gutsy Gynecologist is fabulous and so informative that I would love the two of them to create the curriculum for all sex education classes in schools and colleges If you’re a woman or if you have women in your life, these podcasts will change your life for the better
  • _jenny_17
    Great info! But not great audio
    LOVE Cynthia and everything she is teaching. My only critique would be the audio- there seems to be an echo, and it’s not clear.
  • BuddyFriend2365
    Brought to tears
    Episode 205 with Dr. Richard Johnson was such a compassionate, level-headed and data-driven episode on the functional aspect of what is driving obesity, the key factor (fructose, both endogenous and exogenous) and what to do about it. His information filled in these micro gaps I had, as someone who has lost a substantial amount of weight and who coaches women to do so lovingly, about why certain dietary and lifestyle choices move beyond the CICO *and* insulin models. Incredible!!!!
  • Cher Hale
    Feeling so much more empowered
    I listened to Cynthia’s conversation with Lara Adler and feel so much more empowered to make healthier choices around how I filter my water for my family moving forward. The episode had so much important nuance and gave equal weight to the macro and micro perspectives.
  • Ambra Nida FNP
    I enjoy Cynthia’s podcast because I learn information that can improve my health and well-being each time I listen.
  • CcarolynH
    Terrible Audio! Great content!
    Please please please fix your audio. I love podcasts and listen every day. Just discovered yours. I love your content but I’m about to give up on the podcast because your audio sounds so horrible. Cynthia sounds like she is down in a well. The breaks for the ads are awkward. The ads are so much louder than the body of the podcast.
  • NMP19722001
    After listening to Cynthia’s podcasts, you come away with so much knowledge. I love the way she interviews guests and her soothing style. I take pages of notes and get something that I can incorporate in my life from each podcast. Keep up the fantastic work you do for women's health!
  • kimmilove74
    Just listened to your episode with Teri C. and I’m feeling overwhelmed with information. Also listened to an episode a couple of weeks ago about hormones and those guests seem to contradict what Teri is saying. For someone like me who is trying to educate herself this is confusing. Normally im a huge fan of Cynthia’s, but lately I’m not getting what she’s trying to accomplish.
  • ZarcaRosario
    So blessed to find Cynthia Thurlow!!!
    What an amazing human being. She really inspires me to seek more deeply into my health. God bless her and her family. Highly recommend her. ❤️
  • KKL1971
    Love this podcast!
    Every episode is like drinking water through a fire hose! So much great educational content!
  • hot1ee
    deep thinking
    Cynthia has on great, thought-provoking guests. I’ve learned so much! thank you for caring about our health.
  • Buffyruf
    Great information
    And lots of reference material
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