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#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.wh

58mins

21 Oct 2019

Rank #1

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#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

1hr 2mins

12 Mar 2019

Rank #2

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#3: 5 Ways to Start Trusting Your Body

Welcome to the third episode of the Trust Your Body Project Podcast! Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement started on Instagram designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter.  Meet your host, Whitney Catalano, a registered dietitian who offers online coaching for intuitive eating, binge eating recovery, body image healing, and radical self-care. In this episode Whitney talks about how to deal with people who judge you for your eating habits, what it really means to trust your body more than your diet, 5 ways you can start trusting your body today, and why loving yourself and celebrating your body is essential for sexual health.  Listen as Whitney covers topics about: Importance of setting boundaries with friends and families What it means to trust your body We are all born as intuitive eaters How the diet industry is structured to keep you hooked for life Tips to help you trust your body What steps do you take to trust your body more every day? Mentioned in the Episode: Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski This podcast is brought to you by my Patreon. To join the Patreon-only Facebook group and get exclusive content from me, visit whitneycatalano.com/podcast to learn more.  Learn more about the Food Freedom Jumpstart Program at: www.whitneycatalano.com/food-freedom 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 podcast@whitneycatalano.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.

25mins

19 Feb 2019

Rank #3

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#26 From Trauma & Perfectionism to Embodiment & Healing with Ailey Jolie

Experiencing trauma is an unfortunate aspect of life and can leave you feeling damaged with no healing in sight. Today, Whitney is talking to someone who has experienced major trauma and found a way to heal her relationship with her body. Ailey Jolie is the author of My Body, My Story, and assists individuals who have experienced trauma in their process of coming home to their body through somatic and mindfulness-based psychotherapies. This is the same approach that helped her reconnect with her body after being sexually exploited. Ailey knows that the best thing that you can do after experiencing a major trauma is to take what you can from it so that you can help others who may be dealing with the same things. Use your bad experiences to change the world for the better! Whitney shares: Update on Whitney’s burnout, health, and group-coaching program My Body, My Story on a high level Synthesizing powerful feelings and experiences into writing Reasons that trauma cannot be compared Staying aware of your body in a world where we are not taught embodiment Standing beside other victims to give them a voice Where playing it small meets Ailey’s therapy practice Reconnecting with yourself while being able to numb yourself when needed Feeling different when you are around people that you admire Why chasing perfection is detrimental to recovery What running away from your problems can look like Attempting to rewrite other people’s stories Everything that comes with dating an addict while you yourself needs help Meeting your self-needs in more helpful ways Slowing down when you feel the urge to go fast Links to Resources: My Body, My Story Follow Ailey:  www.aileyjolie.com www.aileyjolie.janeapp.com https://www.instagram.com/aileyjolie/ 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 re

1hr 3mins

20 Aug 2019

Rank #4

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#11: Why You Can't Stop Eating

Welcome to the eleventh episode of the Trust Your Body Project Podcast!  Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement started on Instagram designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter. Meet your host, Whitney Catalano, an anti-diet, health at every size registered dietitian who offers online coaching to help you stop dieting, make peace with your body, and take the power back from your inner bully. For the appetizer, Whitney covers the different types of restriction and why you might feel like you can never stop eating.  Listen to learn about what you might be doing that can lead to overeating and binge eating. Today’s Main Dish is all about what to do if you’re feeling insecure and self-conscious because ‘shorts weather’ is coming up. Whitney gives a few tips for dealing with your emotions in a healthy way. In this episode Whitney speaks about: Shifting from emotional reactions to emotional responses The different adjustable clothing options that might be a good fit for you The ethics of clothing brands Communicating your boundaries with your friends & family in a respectful way How your body protects you from repeat dieting Why your body might not trust you How long it can take your body to feel like it can rely on consistent food Recognizing when you talk negatively to yourself about food The damage caused by judging yourself for your own emotions Allowing yourself to progress at your own pace Have you learned to be comfortable with your discomfort? This podcast is brought to you by my Patreon. To join the Patreon-only Facebook group and get exclusive content from me, visit whitneycatalano.com/podcast to learn more. 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/book Visit https://whitneycatalano.com/freebies/ for some quick and easy advice 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 podcast@whitneycatalano.com Follow me! ! Instagram / Twitter

46mins

16 Apr 2019

Rank #5

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#16: Start Loving Yourself in 5 Steps

In the studio today, Whitney is talking about 5 ways to start loving yourself, even when you just don’t. Plenty of people struggle with loving themselves because they get caught in their own frustrations. It’s very easy to get lost in hating different characteristics about yourself but you are not the only one! Loving yourself is the first step to anything or anyone really. Most people are way too hard on themselves for reasons that aren’t very important. If you want to have success in your relationships, day-to-day, and life in general, take it easy on yourself and pay attention to this advice! Whitney shares: Becoming more self-assured to attract the right people into your life What’s going on with Whitney’s life right now Thoughts create your feelings Dealing with all the different voices in our heads Be open to the idea that loving yourself is possible Why everything hurts more when you don’t love yourself Imagining what it would feel like to love yourself Getting rid of anything and anyone that sparks self-hate Stop doing things that don’t make you happy Differences between loving your body, loving yourself and respecting yourself Create a list of things that you love about yourself Make a nightly ritual of compassion and forgiveness Links to Resources: 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 podcast@whitneycatalano.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.

36mins

21 May 2019

Rank #6

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#20: Meal Planning & Intuitive Eating with Talia Koren

In today’s episode, Whitney is talking to Talia Koren, the person behind Workweek Lunch, a membership site on how to meal prep and eliminate food waste. Talia is here to shed some light on how meal prepping and intuitive eating are not exclusively for the diet culture. Her mission is to help busy people all over the world master easy, affordable and time-saving cooking so that they can spend less time doing dishes and more time living their best lives. By using these methods, you can learn to separate the concept of health from the stresses of weight loss. There are so many perks to these practices because they can be helpful at any point in your food journey. Don’t pick fights with your foods! Come to terms with what you are eating and use these methods to help you along your journey! Whitney shares: Changes that are coming to Whitney’s coaching Update on Whitney’s life Talia’s story Rejecting the idea of expected beauty standard Meal planning at different points of your food journey Differentiating between dieting and intuitive eating Separating health and weight loss specifically Feeling more relaxed about food because of anticipatory eating Challenges you face when starting to meal plan Misconceptions about meal prepping Dealing with food planning while taking medications Talia’s favorite meal prep meals right now Workweek Lunch program and everything involved Links to Resources: Workweek Lunch Program Workweek Lunch Instagram Workweek Lunch Facebook Workweek Lunch Youtube 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 <

38mins

25 Jun 2019

Rank #7

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#21: 5 Tips for a Healthy Relationship with Exercise

Are you noticing that your love-hate relationship with exercise has been more hate than love? We have all been sitting at home thinking that it’s time to go exercise but the gym is just not in the books for today, so you exercise at home. Somewhere in the back of your mind, you don’t consider this exercise. Why? This is what is called the diet-culture voice. That diet-culture voice in your head tells you to feel bad about something that you should absolutely not feel bad about. Whitney is sharing with you 5 tips to develop a healthy relationship with exercise. Take the power back from your inner bully! Whitney shares: What inspired today’s talk about exercise Short-term mindset vs. long-term mindset Importance of developing a healthy relationship with exercise Be willing to take a break from exercise Working on the guilt of taking a break Finding a place to heal other than the place that you got sick Take it one day at a time and try new things Questioning what you count as movement The power of the brain over how your body reacts Resisting the obligation voice Recognizing the different voices inside Links to Resources: 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 podcast@whitneycatalano.com Follow me! ! Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Youtube The links above may contai

35mins

2 Jul 2019

Rank #8

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#22: Nuance of Weight Loss & Celery Juice with Dr. Joshua Wolrich

Go lose weight. Fat is bad. Do these sound familiar? The problem with becoming healthy is that the definition of healthy is completely different from person to person. In the studio today is Dr. Joshua Wolrich, who has recently become an anti-diet and health at every size advocate on social media. Over the past few years he has become acutely aware of the problematic nature of both losing weight and also encouraging it. He now focuses on improving one's relationship with food through addressing #nutribollocks and reminding us that there is so much more to health than our weight on the scales. There are times when weight loss can be beneficial to health, but how do we decide what goes in that crossover gray area? It’s a conversation that needs to be had!  Whitney shares: Problems with too much information and control on your journey Making the change away from the problematic view of weight loss Having the unconditional permission to eat all foods with natural moderation Where weight loss and health cross over Reasons that fad diets shouldn’t be compared Lack of informed consent when dieting Knowing the balance of risk and reward when making any decisions The myths surrounding celery juice and where they come from 2 things that medical professionals hate Everything wrong with believing pseudoscience Socioeconomic aspects of different diets Benefits and setbacks of bringing your own research to your doctor Links to Resources: Cut Through Nutrition Podcast Check out Dr. Joshua Wolrich on Instagram! 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

50mins

16 Jul 2019

Rank #9

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#27: The (many) problems with WW's Kurbo app with Lindsey Hall

Recently, Weight Watchers has released their Kurbo app, which is geared towards dieting for children. This, of course, has plenty of concerned citizens expressing discontent with the problematic messages that this app is sending to the next generation. In the studio today, Whitney is talking to Lindsey Hall, who is here to talk about those problems and her own journey through recovery. Lindsey is an award winning eating disorder/addiction speaker and writer, focusing on the topics of recovery and eating disorders. Having struggled with the eating disorder cycle for many years, Lindsey has actively been in her coined "flexible recovery" since 2014, and is the author behind "I Haven't Shaved in Six Weeks," a blog written to humanize the stigmas of eating disorders and treatment. Parents, learn how to talk to your kids without shaming them! Whitney shares: Information about the launch of her new group coaching How writing about her experiences contributed to Lindsey’s healing Tendencies related to embarrassment when starting recovery Lindsey’s journey through her eating disorder and recovery Knowing when you are “sick enough” to reach out for help Biological responses that cause binge eating disorders Binge eating as a punishment response to shame Showing empathy for people and companies that are trying to do the right thing Companies targeting more affluent families over low-income families Kurbo app review and problems with the program Pushing restrictive ideas onto kids during their developmental years Setting an example for your kids as an adult that looked up to your own parents Taking yourself out of a system that demonizes a group of people based on size Links to Resources: Weight Watchers To learn more about Lindsey or follow her journey, please visit. www.ihaventshavedinsixweeks.com or follow her Instagram, Blog, and Facebook Feel free to reach out to Lindsey via email address: lindseyhallblog@gmail.com Got to Whitney’s

57mins

27 Aug 2019

Rank #10

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#18: You Are Enough with Lee Chaix McDonough

In today’s episode, Whitney has the pleasure of interviewing therapist, coach, and founder of Caravel Coaching, Lee Chaix McDonough. Lee’s goal is to partner with healers, helpers, and creative entrepreneurs who want to grow successful businesses and lead fulfilling lives. Lee is here to talk about ACT, or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and how it has changed her life and the lives of her clients. ACT was developed as a therapeutic process, but it can be so much more than that and help you tap into your full potential. Check out Lee’s book, Act On Your Business, to hear some incredible insight on ACT and see how it may help change your life and business for the better!  Whitney shares: How Lee made her way to writing her book What changes Lee saw in her life through ACT Importance of seeing yourself as whole or enough Personal struggles with body image and relationship with food Separating your unwanted thoughts from your identity Understanding why the mind creates self-hate The 3 M’s and what they really mean What you can do when you know what your core values are Mindset effects on how we view the world around us Having awareness in the present moment Validation for every internal experience that you have Lee’s healing process when discovering ACT Making yourself smaller out of fear There’s nothing inherently wrong or bad about you Defining intuition and how to know when you are acting from an intuitive place Links to Resources: Mindset Act On Your Business To keep up with Lee visit https://actonyourbusiness.com Lee Instagram The 5 Day #TrustYourBodyChallenge starts June 17, 2019. Sign up at bit.ly/tybchallenge! 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 read

1hr 2mins

11 Jun 2019

Rank #11

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#5: Diets Don't Work: My Viral Tweet

Welcome to the fifth episode of the Trust Your Body Project Podcast! Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement started on Instagram designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter. Meet your host, Whitney Catalano, an anti-diet, health at every size registered dietitian who offers online coaching to help you stop dieting, make peace with your body, and take the power back from your inner bully. In today’s episode, Whitney talks about one of her tweets that went viral and provides some information about the thread inspired by the tweet.  Whitney also acknowledges and responds to the criticism and discussion that the tweet brought on.  This episode covers: The fact that anti-diet isn’t the same as being against medical nutrition therapy The importance of practicing diets from an evidence-based place Anecdotes are not research The risks and side effects of dieting How information provided by the media is different than the scientific research Dieting in the pursuit of weight loss does not lead to a better quality of life Talk about weight stigma and fatphobia and how it is perpetuated in the medical system What weight stigma is What the “O word” means and how it came to be classified as a disease Anti-fat bias found in the medical industry Empowering you to show your doctor the research around recommending weight loss as a cure-all The common issues that can be found in dieting research today Why and how dieting failure is unhealthy To read more, check out the full blog post.  Whitney hopes this empowers you to be ready with evidence if your doctor tries to recommend weight loss.  And reminds you to think about the ways you can improve your life without dieting for weight loss. If you want to join the fight, have conversations about these topics and help others understand the issues around fatphobia and weight stigma. And above all, make the decisions that feel right to you, you are worthy exactly as you are. Mentioned in the Episode:  A Workbook of Acceptance-Based Approaches for Weight Concerns by Margit I Berman | A Clinician’s Guide to Acceptance-Based Approaches for Weight Concerns by Margit I Berman  This podcast is brought to you by my Patreon. To join the Patreon-only Facebook group and get exclusive content from me, visit whitneycatalano.com/podcast to learn more.  Heal your relationship with food and start showing up authentically in your life with my Jumpstart to Food Freedom coaching program at:

48mins

5 Mar 2019

Rank #12

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#13: Why BMI is Bullsh*t with Margit Berman

Welcome to the thirteenth episode of the Trust Your Body Project Podcast!  Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement started on Instagram designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter.  Meet your host, Whitney Catalano, an anti-diet, health at every size registered dietitian who offers online coaching to help you stop dieting, make peace with your body, and take the power back from your inner bully.  This episode is all about acceptance and commitment therapy, or ACT. Whitney speaks with Margit Berman, author of A Clinician’s Guide to Acceptance-Based Approaches for Weight Concerns.  Whitney is constantly referencing this book while working on Health at Every Size, and to help debunk the myths about weight science.   In this episode Whitney and Margit speak about: What exactly is ACT? Learning to focus on what you care about while also accepting that it’s human nature to suffer sometimes Margit’s story behind getting involved in ACT and writing this book Margit’s journey to size acceptance and body positivity Focusing your anger in the right places, not towards your own body The BMI scale and the 1998 change to the BMI system How BMI is not an identifier of anyone’s health The mortality rate amongst the different BMI categories How Margit would change the BMI scale A few fun facts or misconceptions about sex and gender Interrogating your sexuality and asking about what you really want Margit I. Berman has a Ph.D. in counseling and social psychology from the University of Minnesota. She is currently assistant professor of psychiatry at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and associate professor of clinical psychology at the Minnesota School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University. She was a recipient of the 2015 Hitchcock Foundation Scholars Career Development award for her research and development of the Accept Yourself! intervention for women with obesity and depression. She is a feminist, cognitive-behavioral therapist who trains clinicians in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and self-acceptance based interventions throughout the U.S. Her client self-help workbook and clinician manual for Accept Yourself! are available from Routledge Press. Learn More: https://margitberman.com/ Mentioned in the Episode:  A Workbook of Acceptance-Based Approaches for Weight Concerns by Margit I Berman | A Clinician’s Guide to Acceptance-Based Approaches for Weight Concerns by Margit I Berman 

1hr 1min

30 Apr 2019

Rank #13

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#14: Debunking 5 Intuitive Eating Myths

Welcome to the fourteenth episode of the Trust Your Body Project Podcast!  Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement started on Instagram designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter.  Meet your host, Whitney Catalano, an anti-diet, health at every size registered dietitian who offers online coaching to help you stop dieting, make peace with your body, and take the power back from your inner bully.  In this episode Whitney clears up five of the most common questions and myths surrounding intuitive eating and food freedom.  From using intuitive eating for weight loss to the right and wrong ways to do intuitive eating, Whitney provides clarity to the issues that come up most. Whitney shares: An update on her Patreon The differences in being an introvert and isolating yourself from the world Can intuitive eating can be used for weight loss? The dangers of straddling the fence with dieting Does anti-diet mean anti-nutrition? Prioritizing comfort with food over nutrition Is there a right and wrong way to do intuitive eating? Does intuitive eating successfully mean you will never think of dieting again? Will having unconditional permission to eat mean you will binge for the rest of your life? A recent breakthrough in her dating life  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 podcast@whitneycatalano.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.

37mins

7 May 2019

Rank #14

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#12: Q&A: Overeating, Veganism & Friends Who Diet

Welcome to the twelfth episode of the Trust Your Body Project Podcast!  Trust Your Body Project is a podcast and social media movement started on Instagram designed to help you heal, eat, and create space for the things that truly matter.  Meet your host, Whitney Catalano, an anti-diet, health at every size registered dietitian who offers online coaching to help you stop dieting, make peace with your body, and take the power back from your inner bully. Whitney has a lot going on this week to prepare for Coachella!  For this week’s episode she does a quick Q&A speed round with 10 questions that she received through her Instagram.  From intuitive eating tips and binge eating to bodybuilding and veganism, Whitney covers a wide range of topics. In this episode you’ll hear about: How do you stop yourself from binging? How “to do” intuitive eating without over eating? What are the steps to overcoming the fear of certain foods? How to accept that you are gaining weight while intuitively eating What positive things are you gaining alongside the weight while on the intuitive eating journey? Exactly how f*cked up society’s diet culture is What does Whitney think about veganism? How do you deal with public events when in the refeeding phase? How to handle a partner who thinks your joint diet journey was a success due to the scale, even though it messed you up mentally and physically? Learning to overcome the idea of being “too big” for your male partner? Thoughts on competitive bodybuilding? Being restricted medically from eating 2-3 hours before bed How to work on intuitive eating while depressed and without access to therapy Tips for not falling back into diet culture when people around you are dieting Learning to make your values a priority Learn to take anything life throws at you and turn it into a way to get closer to yourself. Every challenge in life is an opportunity to learn! This podcast is brought to you by my Patreon. To join the Patreon-only Facebook group and get exclusive content from me, visit whitneycatalano.com/podcast to learn more. https://whitneycatalano.com/freebies/ 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/book

42mins

23 Apr 2019

Rank #15