Jessica Ennis-Hill on getting fit after having a baby
While exercise may have been high on our agendas before we had children, for many of us, once we've had a child, we simply don't find the time to do it. Olympic Gold Medallist and mother of two talks to Marina about the how she managed to become the only heptathlete to medal as a mother and how her fitness app, Jennis, will make incorporating exercise into the hectic schedule of a mother, achievable.
How to get great sleep
We all know how great we feel after a good night's sleep, but sometimes, when we, or our kids need it the most, it's hardest to come by. Marina talks to Pediatric Dietitian Bahee van der Bor and Dr Chiara Hunt about why we sleep and what we can do to ensure both we and our kids sleep well.
How to get your glow with Madeleine Shaw
Having a baby changes everything, how you look, how you eat, how you feel. Marina talks to Madeleine Shaw, nutritional therapist and bestselling author about what we can do to fall back in love with ourselves and regain that fire in our bellies, after becoming parents.
What parents need in the first 1001 days
They say that it takes a village to raise a child, not just for the sake of the child but for the parents. Marina and Dr Chiara Hunt chat to family psychiatrist Dr Kathryn Hollins about the needs of the parents during pregnancy and the first two years and how, when these needs are met, the biggest beneficiary is the baby.
What our poo can tell us about our health
It's something none of us talk about - we end up flushing it away, wanting to forget about it as soon as possible. But rather than just being something disgusting, what our poo looks like, how often it happens and how it smells can tell us a lot about our gut health. Marina talks to Dr Chiara Hunt about what we should notice about our poo and how to talk about its importance to our children.