Nutrition Couch podcast hits 1 million downloads

The nutritional couch podcast, made by dietitians Leanne Ward and Susie Burrel for ARN’s iHeartPodcast network hit 1 million downloads in just over 12 months.

Throughout each episode, Leanne and Susie share their experience of working with everyday Australian women to achieve their health and wellness goals.

Each week the podcast covers trending topics, customer case studies, listener diet questions and their most popular episode format – a weekly supermarket produce review where Susie and Leanne break down some good and less good products found in local supermarkets.

Co-host of The nutritional couch and Susie Burrell, a Sydney-based dietitian, said: “When we started the show, we wanted to share the experiences we have working with real Australians to help them eat better. Our aim is to provide our busy auditors with practical, friendly and evidence-based advice from a range of qualified professionals.

Fellow Co-host and one of Brisbane-based leading Instagram dietitians Leanne Ward added: “I think one of the reasons The nutritional couch has been so popular is that it can be quite difficult to find credible sources of nutritional information.

“There are few regulations controlling who can give personalized nutrition advice, with influencers, celebrities or those who have taken a basic online course able to qualify as a nutritionist. Our goal with the podcast is to share professional diet information in an easy-to-digest format.

With Susie leading the conversation on hormones and child nutrition and Leanne more specialized in fat loss and gut health, the duo have found the perfect recipe for podcast success.

To celebrate their one million downloads and connect with fans in person, The nutritional couch have three gigs scheduled in the coming months in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.

Tickets are tickets available through their website –

The nutritional couch is available to listen through the free iHeart app or on any podcast streaming service.

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