Phoenix Helix Podcast: 2 Million Downloads

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
~ Margaret Mead


I started the Phoenix Helix podcast to share an empowered approach to autoimmune health. Every other week, I interview experts in the field of health and nutrition, as well as individuals living with autoimmune disease themselves. Together, we are reclaiming our lives, and inspiring others to do the same. I’m also excited to share that we passed a huge milestone in 2018: 1 million downloads! (And in 2021, we reached 2 million!) We also won 1st place for best podcast in the Paleo Magazine Awards.

Listening Options

  1. Listen to my podcast through your favorite podcast app: iTunes, Google, TuneIn, SpotifyAmazon, etc.
  2. You can click through on the show notes below to listen to the episode right here, or download it manually to your computer or device. If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll got notified of future episodes.

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Show Notes

For every episode, I take notes so you don’t have to. They contain detailed summaries of all topics discussed, as well as links to more information. Here’s the complete podcast archive:

14 comments on “Podcast”

  1. Hello Eileen, I am sorry to trouble you but I have a quick question. I have the Autoimmune disease Ankylosing Spondylitis and I strongly suspect many other issues. I’ve been trying to improve my health situation for a long time with no success. I find myself reacting to so many foods that I am now down to just a few. I’m interested in listening to the Podcasts and I wonder if you can suggest one, two or more of them that may provide some help and guidance for people who just react to everything they eat. I’ve tried Paleo which then led to Keto which then led to zero carb all of which gave me issues. I am at a loss. Thankyou.

      1. I’m so grateful for your speedy reply and will listen eagerly. By the way I enjoyed reading your “Message To My Community” which arrived at my email yesterday and I fully agree with your sentiments.. I think it was expertly written with wisdom and compassion. Thank you.

  2. Hello Eileen, my name is Anne (45) and I’m dealing with health problems related to autoimmune. I recently purchased a infrared sauna, and I have been enjoying your podcasts while sweating in the sauna. You give me hope and motivation to continue to strive for healing. It’s nice to know that I’m not alone. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!!

    1. Hi Jean. Listening options are included right at the top of this post. You can follow the links to listen in iTunes or Stitcher. You can also listen to the episodes right here on my blog – there’s a play bar at the bottom of every one. Just click the topic that interests you.

  3. Hi Eileen, I susbscribe to your podcast from iTunes, and I reall enjoy the thoughtful interesting content, thank you. I recently did an update on iTunes and I see that episode 1 – 11 is no longer available. I listen to them often as there is some really good basic info on them. I can only get the podcasts through Itunes – can I get those episodes back? Many thanks Elaine
    PS I love your husband’s guitar playing too, he’s really good!!

    1. Hi Elaine. Thank you so much for the heads-up! I believe I found the setting in my podcast feed. It was set to a maximum of 50 episodes. I’ve increased it to 300 (the max). It might take a few days for iTunes to update, but the limit has been lifted. I’m glad you love the podcast so much, and I’ll pass your compliments onto my husband. It always makes him smile and blush.

  4. I need to thank you for providing such a tremendously helpful resource in your podcasts. The range of topics has been outstanding. I’ve even found myself making helpful connections from some episodes that I’d not expected to apply to my own health, and that is after countless days of research, doctors’ visits and diet changes in search of solutions. I appreciate the insightful questions you ask your guests, and the balance of technical information and inspiring stories presented in such a positive way. It’s truly provided a helpful boost on a few levels. (I’ve found myself with the “good-bye” song stuck in my head a few times recently — a sure sign of lots of listening and resonation happening! 🙂

  5. The first podcast was great! You mentioned we could sign up so that we wouldn’t miss them on going. Where do I sign up? Will emails be sent? Thank you for all that you share with us.

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