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That Paleo Show

By The Wellness Couch

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Description

Dr Brett Hill (Chiropractor) is passionate about helping people get healthy naturally and believes that your body needs no help to perform at it’s best, just no interference. This show will help you get back to basics and redefine the way you eat, think, and move in order to maximise your innate potential.

Customer Reviews

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I used to really enjoy listening to this show and learn from all the guests on the show but over the last few months, it has become very annoying and distracting when Dr Brett Hill is blowing his nose, coughing, snorting, washing dishes, slurping coffee or food whilst his guest is talking. I find it not only disrespectful to the guest as is doing something else whilst they are talking and also rude to the listener as all can hear through the headphones. This is very off putting and has made me no longer enjoy listening to this show

Great podcast

I'm really grateful for Brett taking the time to do this; it's full of great interviews and information. Love listening!

No Matter the Topic I always Learn

This is a great podcast! Even the ones I dont think I will be interested in I enjoy and pull lots of information from! They are infomative, amusing, and I enjoy them only being 30mins. Thanks Brett!

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