Podcast by Kirsten Ackerman, MS, RD
Rank #1: EP4 - My Journey to Non-Diet Nutrition.
For episode 4, I share my journey to non-diet nutrition. Trigger warning for anyone sensitive to disordered eating talk which is touched on during the episode. I also share some exciting news about what is coming next on the podcast!
Rank #2: EP49 - A Conversation About Gentle Nutrition with Beth Summers and Brianna Campos.
For this episode I'm sharing an hour long recording that I did with Beth Summers (@be.truebalance) and Brianna Campos (@bodyimagewithbri) on gentle nutrition.
(eating should be easy)
Rank #1: LINDA BACON, author of Body Respect and HAES.
Here we are! Today's episode features Linda Bacon PhD, a researcher on the inside track of weight regulation science – a scientist whose three graduate degrees, research, and clinical expertise uniquely prepare her to understand and translate the physiological, psychological, and socio-cultural underpinnings of weight control. She is currently a Health Professor at City College of San Francisco and an Associate Nutritionist at the University of California, Davis. An internationally recognized authority on weight and health, Dr. Bacon has published her work in top scientific journals as well as the highly acclaimed bestseller, Health at Every Size: The Surprising Truth about Your Weight. Her recently released book, Body Respect: What Conventional Health Books Get Wrong, Leave Out, or Just Fail to Understand about Weight, is a crash course in what you need to know about bodies and health.
Rank #2: How To Eat Like a Normal Person.
How DOES a normal person eat?This totally depends on your definition of ‘normal.’Here’s the truth: most people are a little disordered with their eating these days. Obsessive or disordered eating is common, so you could call it normal.But it’s not normal - it shouldn’t be normal. And it’s definitely not healthy.So instead of calling it normal eating, I call it ease with food. This is how a person who has ease with food eats:-They can go through their day and pretty much only think about food when they are actually hungry.-They have a strong, healthy appetite for lots of food, and yet their weight stays stable in their weight set range, because their metabolism isn’t compromised and stressed from dieting.-They eat what they crave, and crave what they need. Sometimes salads, sometimes cookies, sometimes fruit, sometimes steak, etc.-They can eat a meal and stop in the ballpark of satiation and fullness without overthinking it.-They can eat distracted, or tired, or stressed, or sad and still stop once they get full, because when food is neutral, and the body is fed, food intuition is easy.-They will have a strong sense of what food they want, when, and how much, but it won’t be that important that they follow it perfectly, because life is too short to obsess about food, hunger, and satiation levels.How do we get there? How do we find ease with food? How to feel neutral and even joyful with all foods, not just your “safe” diet foods?Eating.BELIEVE ME, back before the F*** It Diet, I was so far from normal and so fixated on food and weight, that I wasn’t even sure what the other alternative was. I had no idea what it was supposed to look like.I would look at people who didn’t overthink food and think, “Well — I guess they are just lucky to not have a food addiction.” I didn’t realize that my “food addiction” was biologically driven, and constantly being made worse by every diet I went on.I didn’t realize that, in a way, we are meant to be fixated on food. Because food is a fundamentally important part of staying alive, so when the body senses that food access is scarce, our food fixation increases. Thankfully the reverse is also true. Hallelujah. Once the body knows it will be fed, it can calm down.(**Bleeped words are just for iTunes rules. Blerg. I know.)
Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter.Whitney Catalano is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist offering online coaching for intuitive eating, binge eating recovery, body image healing, and radical self-care. After years of yo-yo dieting and letting her obsession with healthy eating and body image take over her life, Whitney went through her own diet recovery process when she learned how to trust her body and practice self-compassion. Now she runs an online coaching practice helping people break free from the diet/binge cycle and take the power back from their inner bully.Join Whitney as she talks with experts about health & wellness, fitness, diet culture, emotional eating, mental health, feminism, body positivity, trauma, shame, and Health at Every Size. Whitney takes a no-filter approach to tough topics, sharing even her most personal history with love, sex, entrepreneurship, the loss of her dad, and her own disordered past with food. To learn more, visit WhitneyCatalano.com/podcast.
Rank #1: #28: Unf*ck Your Brain & Body Image with Kara Loewentheil.
If you can change the way that you think about something then you can change the way that you feel about it. Today, Whitney is talking to Kara Loewetheil about how to take back control of your thoughts. Kara is a Master Certified Coach with a B.A. from Yale and J.D. from Harvard Law, as well as the host of the iTunes top-rated self-help podcast Unf*ck Your Brain. In the last three years after pivoting from a legal career, she has grown her life coaching business from 0 to 7 figures. At the end of the day, your thoughts control your emotions. You can consciously decide to engage with your thoughts instead of being at the mercy of those thoughts. Change the way you think and create your own life! Whitney shares: Defining thought work and how people think Kara’s path to coaching and working with thought work Psychological teaching history of mankind Journeying through the relationship between size and happiness Where self-confidence comes from and how it works Reasons that people find their negative emotions so horrible Are your thoughts valid or invalid? Or neither? Changing the way you feel about trauma by changing the way you think about it Learning to think about negative thoughts or disfunction in a different way Taking apart personality tests Where intuition, instinct, and lizard brain play into your self-thoughts and emotions Beliefs and feelings in regard to photos of yourself Links to Resources: Follow Kara on Instagram! Go to Unf*ck Your Brain and check out what Kara has to offer! Listen to the Unf*ck Your Brain Podcast on Itunes! Unf*ck Your Brain Confidence Cheat Sheet If you are an audio engineer, please reach out to the email below if you are interested in helping me make a new intro song! Got to Whitney’s Instagram to sign up for her group coaching program! For the free binge meditation, go to www.whitneycatalano.com/binge New clients can book coaching services at www.whitneycatalano.com/book If you are ready to heal your relationship with food, break free from binge eating, and step into your authentic power, learn more about coaching with me at: www.whitneycatalano.com/food-freedom For a chance to have your listener question answered on the podcast, or if I said something that needs correcting, you can email me at email@example.com Follow me! ! Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Youtube The links above may contain affiliate links. Using affiliate links helps me earn a percentage of any purchase you may make on that website, and those earnings will be used to improve my production.
Rank #2: #6: The F*ck It Diet with Caroline Dooner.
In this episode Whitney speaks with Caroline Dooner about her book, the F*ck it Diet, where she writes and teaches chronic dieters how to heal their relationship with food and weight. They discuss all about how Caroline healed her relationship with food, why she wrote the book, and how this book was exactly what she needed while on her journey with food. Whitney and Caroline speak about: How the topic of intuitive eating is very evidence based, that many people are learning about together Caroline’s past with dieting and diet culture How the Fuck it Diet became a reality The timing of Caroline’s dieting and her mom’s diagnosis of Cancer The parallels between control issues and dieting The pros & cons of intuitive eating The level of misery that it sometimes takes to realize what is important How to learn what your body is saying in real time, and make adjustments Learning to eat and trust that your hunger is going to be the best for your health Why Caroline never wants to talk about food again What does selfcare look like to Caroline? What role has vulnerability played in Caroline’s life? Caroline’s first book (titled, The F*ck It Diet, obviously) will be coming out everywhere books are sold on March 26th, and available for pre-order now! You can also download a sneak peak of the book on her website thefckitdiet.com Follow Caroline! Instagram | Twitter Mentioned in the episode: Leo Oil | Balmed Beauty | No Tox Life Deodorant | Isabel Foxen Duke | The F*ck It Diet by Caroline Dooner | The F*ck It Diet Podcast This podcast is brought to you by my Patreon. To join the Patreon-only Facebook group and get exclusive content from me, visit patreon.com/trustyourbodyproject to learn more. For a chance to have your listener question answered on the pod, or if I said something that needs correcting, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Heal your relationship with food and start showing up authentically in your life with my Jumpstart to Food Freedom coaching program at: www.whitneycatalano.com/food-freedom Follow me! ! Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Youtube The links above may contain affiliate links. Using affiliate links helps me earn a percentage of any purchase you may make on that website, and those earnings will be used to improve my production.
Ditch the diets, and make real change in your health and life with help from board certified psychiatrist, eating disorders specialist, and anti-diet advocate, Dr. Stefani Reinold! We all know diets don't work. And a few people have given a nod to alternatives, yet these alternatives still preach shrinking of your body in order to gain health and happiness. It's Not About the Food is here to help you uncover the REAL reasons that you're struggling with food and your body image, so that you can create real, lasting peace and happiness from within your soul.... and the food and body will figure itself out. Hosted by board certified psychiatrist and eating disorders specialist, Dr. Stefani Reinold, It's Not About the Food will help you (1) identify what it is you're really struggling with--because, spoiler alert! It's not about the food-- and (2) help you solve those deeper issues. Dr. Stefani Reinold utilizes her funny, real, down-to-earth, and charismatic personality, as well as her deep-seated Christian faith to educate, encourage, inspire, and motivate... without ever feeling preachy, stuffy, or haughty. She also showcases brilliant, encouraging guests in order to provide real tips to your real solutions... instead of the "band-aid" solution that is the diet culture. Intuitive eating, body positivity, mindful eating, and health at every size is the jam. You won't hear politics, feminism, or social justice on this podcast, but you WILL hear some REAL, down-to-earth tips that will not only help you break free from dieting and body hatred, but also, help you live your most authentic, amazing life that God designed for you.
Rank #1: 4- Weight Loss.
Do you intellectually "get" that you "shouldn't" be dieting?... yet, STILL feels this deep desire to lose weight? Maybe some well-intentioned doctor or friend or loved one is telling you to lose weight. Or maybe you just can't ESCAPE the never-ending barrage from influencers and marketers and society at large preaching that you "need to" lose weight? (Spoiler alert: you don't!) In this ep, you'll also hear: The truth behind dieting and food restriction The definition of "dieting" (hint: you probably are!) The REAL facts on weight loss and health My favorite resources and more! VIEW FULL SHOW NOTES: www.stefanireinoldmd.com/004 TO ASK DR. STEFANI A QUESTION: Have a question about intuitive eating, health, wellness? Ask it here. FREE VIDEO TRAINING SERIES: Overcome emotional eating and make peace with food! Access FREE video series here! CONNECT: Instagram: @stefanireinoldmd or @notaboutthefood Facebook: fb.com/stefanireinoldmd or fb.com/notaboutthefood WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW? Leave a rating + review for the podcast and share what you'd like to hear in upcoming episodes!
Rank #2: 7- Health.
You may have heard of "Health at Every Size," but not sure what it really means. Or you may still be struggling to accept that health doesn't equal the size of your body. I know many individuals who are thin or "normal" and are very unhealthy and I know larger individuals who are actually very healthy. What gives? In this ep, you'll also hear: My personal definition of health What does real health mean What is a healthy size What the most healthy exercise is What the healthiest foods are and more! Read my definition of Holistic Health in this Blog Post: What Does Holistic Health Really Mean? VIEW FULL SHOW NOTES: www.stefanireinoldmd.com/007 ..... TO ASK DR. STEFANI A QUESTION: Have a question about intuitive eating, health, wellness? Ask it here. ...... OVERCOME EMOTIONAL EATING: Access free video series on how to overcome emotional eating and make peace with food! Access FREE video series here! ......... GRAB A COPY OF STEFANI'S BOOK: Let Your Heart Out ...... CONNECT: Instagram: @stefanireinoldmd or @notaboutthefood Facebook: fb.com/stefanireinoldmd or fb.com/notaboutthefood WHAT DO YOU WANT TO KNOW? Leave a rating + review for the podcast and share what you'd like to hear in upcoming episodes!
The Body Image Podcast (formerly HeartSpace Podcast) is a podcast about body image and the many layers that go into making peace with our bodies. Like intuitive eating, self-compassion, mental health, self-care, body and size acceptance, rejecting diet culture, mindfulness, and more. Podcast host, Non-Diet Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Corinne Dobbas, MS, RD, talks with guests to help unpack these layers while discussing what positive body image means and looks like in real life. The goal of The Body Image Podcast is to help listeners better their understanding of what it means to make peace with food, heal their body image issues, and reconnect with who they are as a WHOLE person. You can learn more and get full show notes at CorinneDobbas.com.
Rank #1: S1 Ep. 3: Lori & Michelle on Body Image, Affirmations, Self-Love, Moving Through Self-Doubt & Not Taking Things Personally.
Lori and Michelle are the girls behind the blog “Purely Twins” and on Instagram and Youtube, where they have helped thousands of women when it comes to self-love, skin care, happiness, hormones, extreme diets, exercise, mindset and finding a healthy balance with healthy food. They have shared their own personal struggles of poor body image, eating disorders, over-exercisers, acne, eczema, poor digestion and gut health, missing periods and feeling unworthy to remind women they are not alone and that if we can overcome it all, so can they. With certifications in Personal Training (Lori pre and post natal specialist and Michelle also a Precision Nutrition Sports Nutritionist), their goal is to inspire others to change their thoughts about their bodies and lives. Lori and Michelle are on a mission to help women feel more beautiful and powerful in their bodies. Inside the episode we discuss: Body image Why our inner world matters in our relationship with our body Looking at fitness as a practive Self-love Building self-trust Following your heart Moving through fear How to not take things personally Confidence Affirmations and how to use them The power of practice CONNECT WITH LORI & MICHELLE Website // Instagram // YouTube PEOPLE, BOOKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE SHOW Lori & Michelle's self-love and acceptance blogs/articles A mantra and affirmation resource via Corinne's blog Download: 25 Mantras to Instantly Shift Your Relationship with Your Body Subscribe & learn more about the show at www.CorinneDobbas.com/heartspace
Rank #2: S1 Ep. 23: Haley Goodrich on Intuitive Eating & Body Image Healing.
Haley Goodrich, registered dietitian & nutrition therapist specializing in Intuitive Eating, body image healing, and eating disorder recovery from a Health At Every Size perspective, joins me for a beautiful episode of HeartSpace Podcast to close out Season 1! Inside the episode, we talk where to start with intuitive and body image healing and what that even means, why it can feel scary, what gentle nutrition means and how to begin shifting your focus to other things beyond body size...AND so much more. Get FULL show notes & learn more at CorinneDobbas.com/heartspace.
F Your Diet for people who are tired of all the BS and crave real stories about body, food, movement and perfection. Your body and your life are not a committee decision. Let's stop passing on beauty and body expectations to the next generation.We might talk about topics related to Intuitive Eating, body positivity, joyful movement and diet culture. We might talk about weight, dieting, body image and fitness. We might also talk about cheese for 10 minutes, you never know! This is about honest, daring and fun conversations without judgement. Join us! KimberlyWeiss.com/podcast
Rank #1: Ep.7 Mary Ann Clements on taking care of ourselves + challenging learned beliefs. .
Mary Ann Clements on taking care of ourselves + challenging learned beliefs. For more on this episode and the show notes head to KimberlyWeiss.com/podcast We talk about: self care being how we treat our bodies, how we move and what we eat How doing all the things actually makes us less effective. Thinking that existing in a larger body was a problem and how the idea that you could be comfortable taking up more space was not allowed and that weight loss was the way to be successful. Why we actually should be listening to 3 year olds to teach us how to eat. How restriction is often the opposite of what we want. We do these diets and programs that lead us to be less healthy, less happy and less nourished because we go against what our bodies feel they need. The idea of what is wrapped up in thinness how that comes before being intelligent. Our other successes become secondary to pursuing diet goals. It’s always “if i can lose weight then…” The boom and bust cycles of movement practices and what the alternative of joyful movement can look like. For a free workbook an to join my 2x a month truth telling email list head to Kimberlyweiss.com/truthtuesdays. Join the community!
Rank #2: Me, solo - A conversation on Resistance. .
Do we fight it? How do we deal with it? How do we see it when it pops up? Why is it still popping up. Let's talk about resistance. Some resistance I've been feeling while things are going well. What I'm going to do as I continue to spot it and a challenge for you. To learn more head to Kimberlyweiss.com/join
This is a show about health, not weight loss. It’s time to redefine what it means to pursue health, where your well-being matters more than your weight. When you practice Body Kindness®, you create a more satisfying life by being good to yourself. Learn how self-compassion and acceptance help you cultivate a “caregiver” voice and quiet the “inner critic”. HAES Dietitian and Certified Exercise Physiologist Rebecca Scritchfield and her guests have interesting conversations about the cultural influences that keep you stuck in “diet prison” and how you can break free to create meaningful changes in your life. Instead of dieting, you’ll practice self-care, including better sleep, flexible eating patterns, having more fun, and moving in way that feels good, not punishing. Regular guest Bernie Salazar, a former Biggest Loser “winner” shares why he’s happier and healthier as a fat man.
Rank #1: #3 - Learn & Grow Part 3 - Reflections on Intuitive Eating from Principles to Practice.
Our original interview was released in 2016 and replaced with this update. In the third episode of our Body Kindness for Beginners podcast series “Learn and Grow” Bernie and I reflect on ways in which the practice of intuitive eating has helped him reject dieting and we discover new growth opportunities going forward. Tune in if you’ve ever felt confused about what the heck intuitive eating is and why it may be exactly what you need in your life. (Hint, the goal is to heal your relationship to food, not lose weight). So what is intuitive eating? It’s not a diet. It’s a way to reconnect with your body and listen to its signals, so you can meet your body’s needs. It’s not a quick fix – it’s a beautiful practice that you can learn and use for the rest of your life. Here’s what we talked about... We talked through the 10 Principles of Intuitive Eating - http://bit.ly/1SaE4z0 The introduction of this study details the challenges with “weight control” interventions, including half of the participants regain all the weight lost and more within 5 years - http://1.usa.gov/1SaE5mJ Why do those Italians look so happy? This article discusses the virtues of the Mediterranean diet. It’s not just about the food, it’s the lifestyle - http://nyti.ms/1SaE6al Why it's crazy to think a mastiff can become a poodle - this Poodle Science video has a great take on size diversity - https://youtu.be/H89QQfXtc-k --- Get the Body Kindness book It's available wherever books and audiobooks are sold. Read reviews on Amazon and pick up your copy today! Order signed copies and bulk discounts here! --- Donate to support the show Thanks to our generous supporters! We're working toward our goal to fund the full season. Can you donate? Please visit our Go Fund Me page. --- Get started with Body Kindness Sign up to get started for free and stay up to date on the latest offerings --- Become a client Check out BodyKindnessBook.com/breakthrough for the latest groups and individual support sessions --- Subscribe to the podcast We're on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify and iHeartRadio. Enjoy the show? Please rate it on iTunes! Have a show idea or guest recommendation? E-mail email@example.com to get in touch. --- Join the Facebook group Continue the episode conversations with the hosts, guests, and fellow listeners on the Body Kindness Facebook group. See you there! Nothing in this podcast is meant to provide medical diagnosis, treatment, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. Individuals should consult a qualified healthcare provider for medical advice and answers to personal health questions.
Rank #2: #51 - Why Diets are Bad for Your Brain with Neuroscientist and TED Talk Superstar, Sandra Aamodt, PhD.
Neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt's TED Talk "Why dieting usually doesn't work" has been viewed over 4 million times. She really didn't want to do a TED Talk, but she was so driven to put a science-based, anti-diet book out into the world that she marched her introverted self onto the TED stage, stood on the big red dot, said what we needed to hear, and eventually landed her book 'Why Diets Make Us Fat: The Unintended Consequences of Our Obsession with Weight Loss'. Tune in and listen to Sandra and I discuss why dieting and the brain are NOT friends and why dieting will never support a human's healthy brain function. Sandra explains how and why body weight is regulated by the brain (thank goodness!) and that may mean (gasp) that fat people will be fat no matter what they do! And people who diet are likely to end up regaining the weight they lost (and then some). We get into genetic factors that impact our weight and have a laugh at the idea of canceling our'memberships' to the BS-measurement, otherwise known as the BMI. You'll hear us talk about stress, the pros and cons of cortisol, the value of sleep, and why mindful eating is such an essential part of self-care. By the time you're done listening to this show, you will either feel super pumped about your commitment to never diet again -- OR you'll realize that dieting is a losing game, you'll probably get angry, (I did!) and then you'll get to work at creating your better life with Body Kindness. Links mentioned Sandra's TED Talk Why Diets Don't Work - Sandra's presentation from Aspen Ideas Festival A selection of Sandra's articles: You can't 'willpower' your way to lasting weight loss. The human brain attack on weight loss Why you can't lose weight on a diet About Sandra Sandra is the author of Why Diets Make Us Fat: The Unintended Consequences of Our Obsession with Weight Loss (2016). She also coauthored two popular neuroscience books with Sam Wang. Welcome to Your Brain (2008) was named Young Adult Science Book of the Year by the American Association for the Advancement of Science and has been translated into twenty languages. Welcome to Your Child's Brain (2011) was published in twelve languages. She received a degree in biophysics from Johns Hopkins University and a doctorate in neuroscience from the University of Rochester. After four years of research at Yale University, she joined Nature Neuroscience, a leading scientific journal in the field of brain research, at its founding in 1998 and was editor in chief from 2003-2008. She lives in Northern California. Follow Sandra Website | Twitter | Sandra's book --- You can subscribe to Body Kindness on iTunes and Stitcher. Enjoy the show? Please rate it on iTunes! - http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1073275062 Are you ready for Body Kindness? Get started today with my free e-course and on-demand digital training. Learn more - http://bit.ly/2k23nbT The New York Times Book Review calls Body Kindness 'simple and true'. Publisher's Weekly says it's 'a rousing guide to better health.' http://bit.ly/2k228t9 Watch my videos about why we need Body Kindness on YouTube. https://youtu.be/W7rATQpv5y8?list=PLQPvfnaYpPCUT9MOwHByVwN1f-bL2rn1V --- Enjoy the show? Please subscribe and rate it. Have a show idea or guest recommendation (even yourself!) E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch. Join us on the Body Kindness Podcast Facebook group where you can continue the episode conversations with the hosts, guests, and fellow listeners. See you there! Nothing in this podcast is meant to provide medical diagnosis, treatment, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. Individuals should consult a qualified healthcare provider for medical advice and answers to personal health questions.
Welcome to The BodyLove Studio Podcast, I’m Jessi Haggerty a Registered Dietitian and Personal Trainer living in Boston and, your host! Each episode we’ll dive into a different topic where we dig deep to develop a healthier relationship with your diet and body. In a nutshell, this podcast is about loving your body. Whether it means learning how to nourish your body with food, movement, meditation, or positive self talk; my hope is to help listeners take one step closer to mending their relationship with food and their body, so they can show up for the parts of their life that matter most.
Rank #1: Ep. 031: Kylie Mitchell on ED Recovery, Introvert Thoughts, and Curiosity.
Resources: Jessi’s Free Intuitive Eating Audio Download BodyLove Project Patreon Page ImmaEATthat.com
Rank #2: Ep. 049: Is the Whole 30 Productive or Just Seductive?.
Jessi is flying solo in today's episode to talk about the pro's and con's (ok they're all con's) of doing the Whole 30 diet (lifestyle, protocol, program etc). She talks openly about how she used to sell a similar "program" and why she will *never* do it again. She also lays out why the Whole 30 is so harmful to your health (both physical and mental) and hopes you can use this framework to think critically when you find similar programs as seductive as this one! Resources Jessi's Intuitive Eating Audio Guide Jessi's 1:1 Coaching Services Christy Harrison's Intuitive Eating Course Paige Smather's Intuitive Eating Course Intuitive Eating Book BLP Episode 23 BLP Episode 26 BLP Episode 46 BLP Episode 48
Have you ever felt like your diet or food choices left you isolated or alone? Diet culture creates community but it also separates us. From our favorite foods, from connection to our bodies, from friends, family, or social gatherings. This podcast showcases the stories of people who have embraced intuitive eating and a non-diet approach. Join host Cara Harbstreet, founder of Libre Connections, for conversations with experts and everyday people. She's a registered dietitian who loves to blend food science and nutrition knowledge with practical, real-world advice. She uses a Health at Every Size (HAES) perspective in both her practice and this podcast to create a welcoming atmosphere where everyone can set aside their differences and reconnect over food. If you're curious, have a seat and listen in, you can eat with us!Stay tuned after each interview for a Q&A forum with listener-submitted questions. See episode descriptions and Show Notes at www.libreconnections.com/podcast.
Rank #1: Ep 016: Tracy Brown & Fighting Fear of Weight Gain.
On Episode 16 we are joined by Tracy Brown, a registered dietitian based in Florida. She shared insight about common fears about trusting the intuitive eating process, especially fears that focus on weight gain and body changes.Tracy is a somatic nutrition therapist/dietitian, attuned eating coach and embodiment teacher. She helps people come home to themselves through their bodies by healing their relationship with food and weight, as well as feel safer and less stressed in their bodies. For 12 years she has guided people one on one and in group settings to heal from disordered eating and chronic dieting. She also provides training and supervision to health professionals as well at https://tracybrownrd.lpages.co/nondiet-counseling-skills/.Then stay tuned after the interview for some conversation about how to handle leftovers after a major holiday. These tips are evergreen and can be used anytime you face a fridge full of leftovers and want to ditch the diet mentality. Show Notes:- Tracy's website: http://www.tracybrownrd.com/- Attuned Eating for Attuned Living: https://attunedeatingforattunedliving.com/- Tracy Brown RD on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tracybrownrd/- Virtual Intuitive Eating Coaching with Libre Connections: http://www.libreconnections.com/home/how-it-works/- @LibreConnections on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/libre.connections/
Rank #2: Ep 017: Hannah Meier & Recovering from Hypothalamic Amenorrhea.
On Episode 17 we are joined by Hannah Meier for a conversation about disordered eating, hypothalamic amenorrhea (HA) and women's health, and the challenges of recovery from HA and disordered eating. Hannah is a registered dietitian living in Boston, MA where she works for a health food company by day and runs a private nutrition practice, Nutrition in Real Life, by "night" (and weekends). She is passionate about demystifying nutrition and breaking down BS diet rules, helping everyone find joy in food again and peace with their bodies. Hannah is openly recovering from 10 years of hypothalamic amenorrhea and hopes her story will encourage other women to feel less ashamed about their hormonal health and more empowered to live a fulfilling and unencumbered life.Stay tuned after the episode for our weekly Q&A. This week's topic is about body comparisons and how our bodies look in photos. How do you bounce back from a blow to your body image or self-esteem?Show Notes:- Hannah's website, Nutrition In Real Life: https://www.dietitianhannah.com/- @dietitianhannah on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dietitian.hannah/- No Period, Now What?: https://amzn.to/2PhrRt2 (affiliate link)- Lane 9 Project: https://lane9project.org/- Robyn Nohling, The Real Life RD: https://www.thereallife-rd.com/- The Adipositivity Project: https://theadipositivityproject.zenfolio.com/about.html- @LibreConnections on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/libre.connections/
Welcome to Love Your Bod Pod, a podcast all about intuitive eating, female empowerment, body acceptance and saying goodbye to diet culture. Cara Carin Cifelli is your host, she is a holistic health coach, author, speaker, online course creator, and avocado toast lover! Find her @caraskitchen on Instagram or www.caraskitchen.netDisclaimer* This podcast is for educational and informational purposes only and does not substitute individual professional medical or mental health advice.
Rank #1: #44 Our Deepest Fear and Rising Up.
In the Solocast, I talk about a common fear that comes up when we set out to change our lives by rising above diet culture and everything that it entails. This episode will inspire you and help you move past that fear! If you are loving this podcast and find value in the episodes, please share it in your IG stories, with the people in your life or leave a ratings & review on iTunes (if you listen there)! It helps the podcast reach more people and keep going and I would be SO grateful. If you are interested in coaching or applying for Food Body Soul, you can do so HERE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: #20 Why Mindset Matters with Ali Bonar @avokween.
Happy New Year! In this episode, I interview Ali Bonar, @avokween on IG. She is a fellow entrepreneur and all around awesome lady! Ali talks about her struggles with orthorexia, binge eating and body image, and shares what has helped her on her road towards food freedom. A huge component we explore is mindset and how having one that leaves room for flexibly is crucial. Black and white, good and bad, only perpetuate disorder eating. It's all about living life in the gray. Also! Ali was a participant in my coaching program, Break Free From Binge Eating earlier in 2018 which she shares a little about in the interview. If you want to learn more the program, be sure to hop on the wait list: http://bit.ly/BreakFreeWaitlist Find Ali: instagram.com/avokween https://www.instagram.com/kweenandco/ https://kween.co/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to The Happy Eater, with host Martita Robinson. This is a podcast for conscious women ready to move past binge eating disorder using intuitive eating. Learn tried and true principles for intuitive eating so that you can experience freedom around food and live life HAPPY. DISCLAIMER: The only purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. I am not a licensed therapist or health care professional. For medical advice please consult your doctor. Work With Me https://forms.gle/nmjqurrSZgirQ7tZ7 Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thehappyeater/support
Rank #1: Portion Control .
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Rank #2: The Most Powerful Secret To Healing Binge Eating Disorder .
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Clean eating. Low carb. Low fat. Do this not that. Now what? Eating is getting too stuffy and complicated. Throw open your windows to allow a new stream of health, wellness, and peace.What if you could write a letter to food? Pen to paper, you hash out the love/hate relationship and food’s undeserving power. Details go back years, to your first childhood diet trying to fit in. How you relate to food chronicles many of your life’s ups and downs.In this letter, you examine your dusty food beliefs and wonder which go in the trash, are for others, and which remain in your heart.What if you wrote this all down and food wrote you back? This is Love, Food.Food behavior expert and host, Julie Duffy Dillon is rolling up her sleeves to get to the bottom of what is really healthy. This award-winning dietitian seen on TLC’s My Big Fat Fabulous Life has a secret: food is not your enemy and your body is tired of the constant attacks. Show topics include:emotional eatingweight concernsbinge eatingorthorexiabody imageeating disordersdietingparenting and foodhealthy eatingstress eatingfood addictionmindful eatingnon diet approachesPull up a chair to your dusty kitchen table and set it for a meal. Ask food to sit alongside you and chat over coffee. Or a margarita. You have some reconnecting to do. In that connection is Love, Food. In that conversation is health and peace.
Rank #1: (143) How do I control my emotional eating?.
Do you refer to yourself as an emotional eater? Do you feel shame whenever you feel soothed by food? Listen to this latest Love Food Podcast episode exploring the normal side of emotional eating and how to redefine your next steps toward Food Peace™. Subscribe and leave a review here in just seconds. This episode is brought to you by my courses: PCOS and Food Peace and Dietitians PCOS and Food Peace. You CAN make peace with food even with PCOS and I want to show you how. I've just discovered the Body Love Box and it looks like a fantastic resource for people who live in large bodies or anyone who wants to improve their body image. It's a monthly subscription box that gets mailed to your home and it includes things like body-positive stickers and pins as well as deeper resources on body acceptance, health at every size and intuitive eating. Each box includes items from fat and marginalized creators, and pays them a living wage for their work. The monthly subscription can be found at www.thebodylovebox.com, and use the code LOVEFOOD for 15% off your first month. This episode's Dear Food letter: Dear food, I’m 32 and I’ve only just started listening to my thoughts/emotions and how my eating patterns are effected. If I’m not feeling good enough, when I’m dumped by a boyfriend, ignored or shut out by a person then I binge eat. I’m so sad that I go straight for the whole tub of ice cream and a whole bag of chips etc... If I’m worried or stressed then I have no appetite and forget, or just cannot physically eat. I would love to take charge of my emotional eating as it causes me to feel sluggish, heavy, I don’t know why I do it because it doesn’t make me feel better. I would really like to take control of my emotional eating. As I understand it I have to tackle my emotional connection to food which is triggered by not being good enough. I’m early in this and looking forward to learning more about other people’s journeys which will support me on my own. Many thanks, Trapped Emotional Eater Show Notes: 6 Keys To Food Peace™️ blog post Julie Dillon RD blog Link to subscribe to the Love Food’s Food Peace Syllabus. Eating Disorder Dietitians Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com. Click here to leave me a review in iTunes and subscribe. This type of kindness helps the show continue!
Rank #2: (154) How do I stop wanting to lose weight?.
Along your Food Peace™ journey you may have connected with how you were raised around food and how to treat your body. Did you learn early on that only thin bodies were acceptable? That we MUST diet in order to keep our weight low and letting go was a failure? Not surprising then that the desire to lose weight will continue. How do you stop wanting to lose weight? How do you accept your body? Listen now to the latest Love Food podcast episode for insight along this part of your journey. Subscribe and leave a review here in just seconds. This episode is brought to you by my courses: PCOS and Food Peaceand Dietitians PCOS and Food Peace. You CAN make peace with food even with PCOS and I want to show you how. I want to share the work going on within Decolonizing Fitness. The person behind it, Ilya Parker, is a trans person of color Physical Therapist Assistant and Medical Exercise Coachwith over 13 years of rehabilitative and functional training experience. He is a social justice advocate and educator whose work centers gender, racial and healing justice. He decided to merge his love for restorative based movement practices and community advocacy to create Decolonizing Fitness, LLC; which is a social justice platform that provides affirming fitness services, community education and apparel in support of body diversity. Check out www.decolonizingfitness.com. This episode's Dear Food letter: Dear Food, I've been struggling with you for almost my entire life. When I was little I remember watching my Dad go on diet after diet and rigidly refusing to go up a pant size. It looked so miserable but I also wanted to be like him. I also knew (from what my parents had told me) that I was getting fat. So when I was 8, I went on my first diet and began counting calories. Later, around age 15, I began to reject dieting and wanted to relax and eat what I wanted. This made my parents uncomfortable and eventually they began to mandate that I diet and exercise. I began to sneak you up to my bedroom and eat you in the middle of the night. I was riddled with shame, guilt, and self-hatred. Even when I was outside of my parent's control, I carried their voices of judgment with me and continued dieting throughout most of my adult life. Now I'm 31 and I've tried so hard to redefine my relationship with you and my body. I've seen a counselor and nutritionist who come from an intuitive eating approach. I was fortunate enough to be part of a 10-week intuitive eating group and I loved it! But a job change caused me to move away from those resources and now I feel stuck. I'm heavier than I've ever been in my entire life and I'm so ashamed of my body. I don't even recognize myself when I look in the mirror. While the dream of being smaller is still tempting, the thought of dieting repulses me. I know dieting isn't the answer, but I can't seem to get the hang of intuitive eating. I feel like I'm making zero progress on my journey to food peace. Often I still feel like that rebellious teenager who would overeat (whether it made her feel good or not) just to spite her parents. I still want to lose weight but I know that intuitive eating isn't suppose to be about that. How do I stop the incessant desire to be smaller when it's been a part of my life for so long? I'm also feeling scared because sometimes listening to my body and choosing to stop eating when I'm full/satisfied or not eat something because my inner wisdom is telling me that I don't truly want it reminds me of the rules and restrictions I lived under for so long. Intellectually I know that responding to my body and inner wisdom is different than dieting. But emotionally they sometimes feel the same. Eventually I end up still engaging in rebellious eating even though I'm not sure what/who I'm rebelling against. Then I feel like I've fallen off track and give up and shame takes over. I know this is a diet mentality but I can't seem to shake it! I'm not sure how to interrupt this cycle and stop thinking of intuitive eating through this dieting lens. I want to move forward in my food and body peace journey but I'm not sure how to get past this hurtle. I just want to find peace with you and my body but I'm not sure what the next step should be. Love, Stuck In The Cycle Show Notes: 6 Keys To Food Peace™️ blog post Julie Dillon RD blog Link to subscribe to the Love Food’s Food Peace Syllabus. The PCOS and Food Peace Podcast Eating Disorder Dietitians Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to LoveFoodPodcast@gmail.com. Click here to leave me a review in iTunes and subscribe. This type of kindness helps the show continue!
Conversations with Dietitians about body inclusive practice
Rank #1: The Mindful Dietitian with Marci Evans.
Marci Evans on orthorexia, mindfulness and the importance of being curious.Please join me to hear inspiring fellow Eating Disorder Dietitian Marci Evans share some incredible pieces of wisdom, reflecting on her own experience and expanding out to the work she does with clients, and fellow Dietitians. Here she shares: The books that once you read it and know it, you can't "unknow it" How Marci moved from "mindfulness feels a bit....blah?" to "ahhhh....this is why it's important..." and how it directly translates to client outcomes Specifically how OUR mindfulness practice directly influences our neurobiology & be an observer of our own experience How we can find mindfulness in small ways, that it does take intention and and it's OK if it feels effortful. Staying curious to notice your whole experience, even those "eeek" moments where you might not be at your best Bringing self compassion into your life! What exactly is orthorexia? Why our culture is so unhelpful when it comes to orthorexia How orthrexia can become a socially sanctioned surrogate for the ED How to look out for getting distracted by what seems to be "the problem" at the expense of more meaningful conversations Our Body Image Workshop - please join us!! Notes from Marci: Orthorexia: Dunn & Bratman www.orthorexia.com The Mindful Therapist (Dan Siegel) Connect with Marci! Web - www. marcird.com Twitter @MarciRD Instagram @MarciRD
Rank #2: The Mindful Dietitian with Haley Goodrich.
Haley Goodrich on ethical entrepeneurship, building a HAES-centered business, and facing your fears..... Here Haley shares: Her path from graduating to becoming an entrepreneur in the dietetic space. Dietitians and private practice; why it is not generally the ‘recommended’ or ‘ideal’ trajectory for dietetic students and the layers that contribute to this. The entrepreneurial world; braving the wilderness, being vulnerable and taking risks. The hope for future dietetic students; “We need to breakdown the normalising of limiting beliefs – more mind work!”. The skills and understandings that can help you build a HAES centred business. Straddling the fence? The common fears of jumping fully in and by doing so, how it can contribute to success. The importance of a clear, consistent and personally aligned message and a helpful activity that can get you started! ‘Speaking up and out’; sharing your authentic voice and story and the spaces available in this paradigm for growth and development. The need for reflection and ‘pause’; how she approaches it. More about her business coaching; how she got started and the support it provides for those wanting to start a private practice. Connect with Haley: Instagram Website Facebook #INSPIRDtoSEEK FB group Twitter BioHaley Goodrich is a Pittsburgh-based Dietitian and Nutrition Therapist, and the owner of INSPIRD Nutrition. She is fiercely passionate about helping others cultivate a joyful, peaceful relationship with their bodies and empowering dietitian entrepreneurs to achieve their professional goals. Haley specializes in Intuitive Eating, body image healing, and eating disorder recovery from a Health At Every Size perspective, and is currently pursuing her Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian (CEDRD) Certification.
Welcome to the Dietitians Unplugged Podcast with Aaron Flores and Glenys Oyston. Join us as we explore the idea of health and wellness from a new perspective. Each episode we will discuss topics that we hope to help you improve your health, body image and fitness without obsessing on the scale or counting calories. We believe in Health at Every Size®, Intuitive Eating, and body positivity and we want to help you build the confidence to ditch the scale, and embrace your health without shaming your body.
Rank #1: Episode 12 - This American Life: Tell Me I'm Fat.
Aaron and Glenys take an extended look into a recent episode of This American Life, "Tell Me I'm Fat" They discuss each chapter of the episode and share their thoughts on some of the themes and messages that are covered. It is was a controversial subject for some in the fat acceptance world and so Glenys and Aaron share their unique perspective on the topic.
Rank #2: Episode 39 - Is Sugar Addiction a Real Thing? with Tiffany Haug.
Ever wonder if you’re addicted to sugar? Or some other kind of food? Aaron and Glenys talk to Tiffany Haug, MS, RD, EDOC, who breaks down the science of addiction and why your diet history makes all the difference in how you approach highly palatable foods. Tiffany also talks about the problem with how food addiction is studied and the problems with the Yale Food Addiction Scale. Find Tiffany Haug here More About Aaron: www.bvmrd.com More About Glenys: www.daretonotdiet.com
intentional & authentic living
Rank #1: LPP #17 Celebrating Yourself with Allie Monday.
Allie Monday is the owner of Ladygroove; which provides high-end boudoir photography that celebrates body confidence. The concept for Ladgroove was born from Allie’s own journey of learning to love her body. And she’s got quite the story to tell. From her “sex drug rock & roll past”, to finding solace in religion, to becoming a sex-ed teacher, and finally a photographer. Her path is far from insipid. Allie avoids easy answers and instead invites others to truly get to know themselves, so that you can learn to celebrate yourself. She thoughtfully explains learning how to be with the feelings & emotions we often avoid. We get very real in this conversation. It is my belief that when we share our truest selves, we let others know they are not alone. Follow on the socials… Find me on instagram @Liveng_Proof Join the private Facebook group! Just type “Liveng Proof Podcast” in the search bar and request an invite and I will get you added as soon as possible! Liveng Proof facebook | instagram | twitter Allie: Instagram @ladygroove Facebook @Allie Monday Photography Website: alliemondayphoto.com IN THIS EPISODE WE COVER Overcoming the idea that it’s your partner’s responsibility to “complete you” She speaks about her own journey with faith […] The post LPP #17 Celebrating Yourself with Allie Monday appeared first on Liveng Proof.
Rank #2: LPP #91 Learning To Feel Our Emotions, Societal Expectations of Women & The Reality of Marketing with Dr. Soph Mort.
Today I had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Soph Mort who is seriously just the coolest. Dr. Soph is a Clinical Psychologist, life coach and yoga teacher. And basically her aim is to make psychology more accessible to people outside of just the therapy room (um yassss!). She believes that most of us haven’t been raised in a way that empowers us to understand ourselves. This means that most of us live in a world where we feel like we can’t ever relax, where we can never just BE. And as a result our world becomes saturated with a looming sense of failure, and a fear of our own emotional experiences. She wants to help people re-learn about their own experience and affirms them in recognizing that their emotions are normal. THIS EPISODE IS GREAT FOR ANYONE WHO: Struggles with allowing themselves to actually feel their emotions Is curious to learn ways to self-soothe when you feel triggered Wants to learn how to quiet their inner critic Is tired of feeling like they aren’t enough IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: The fear many of us have in feeling/experiencing our emotions The pandemic of this feeling of failure and falling […] The post LPP #91 Learning To Feel Our Emotions, Societal Expectations of Women & The Reality of Marketing with Dr. Soph Mort appeared first on Liveng Proof.