Rank #1: 2 Why the goal of weight loss can be harmful rather than helpful, with Dr. Claudia Felty
Nov 06 2018
Rank #2: #4: Q&A: What to do on days where you “feel fat”
Nov 13 2018
Rank #3: 5 How to take care of your Mental Health and find Food- and Exercise Freedom – with Davida Lederle
Nov 20 2018
Rank #4: #7 Shaun Frey (my hubby) on How My Body Image Impacted Our Marriage
Nov 27 2018
Rank #5: Why most eating disorders and disordered eating go unnoticed with Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani
Today’s guest is Dr. Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED. She is the Founder and Medical Director of the Gaudiani Clinic. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard, medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, and her internal medicine residency and chief residency at Yale. From 2008 to 2016, she was one of the leaders of the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders at Denver Health. She left after serving as its Medical Director and as an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine to found the Gaudiani Clinic, which provides outpatient in-person and telemedicine medical care to patients of all genders with eating disorders and disordered eating and to those in recovery.
The Gaudiani Clinic is a HAES®-informed provider that cares for people of all shapes and sizes. Dr. Gaudiani has lectured nationally and internationally, is widely published in the scientific literature as well as on blogs, is a current member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Eating Disorders and the Academy for Eating Disorders Medical Care Standards Committee and is a former board member of iaedp.
Dr. Gaudiani’s book Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders was published in 2018 and is available on Amazon.
In this episode, we talk about the fact that all bodies react differently to restrictive eating and why eating disorders come in all shapes and sizes. In fact, most people that struggle with disordered eating are in straight-sizes bodies and larger bodies, which makes seeking treatment very complicated.
This episode will be SO helpful for you if you feel like you may be struggling with disordered eating but you are not in a body that you feel “looks” disordered.
We also talk about how to raise children and protect them from diet culture as much as possible and instil a positive body image.
Can’t wait to hear what you think!
Review of the week
This week’s review comes from Sophie and she says:
“I rarely listen to podcasts but I happened to listen to this one & from the first episode I was hooked. I love it! Rini is truly inspiring & provides amazing guidance. Thank you Rini for these awesome episodes! I always look forward to listening to you <333
-Sending lots of love from Ottawa,
Thank you SO much for supporting this show. If you want to leave a rating and review, head over to iTunes now and tell us what you think!
Links mentioned in this episode:
Dr. Gaudiani’s website: www.gaudianiclinic.com
Order Sick Enough: https://www.sickenough.com
Follow Rini on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ownitbabe
More about Rini: https://ownitbabe.ca
Mar 26 2019
Rank #6: 10 things I do to manage my anxiety and prevent burnout
Nov 06 2018
Rank #7: “I’ve tried intuitive eating but I just can’t stop eating!” – 3 Tips to overcome this mindset
Mar 05 2019
Rank #8: 18 – What I did when my clothes didn’t fit anymore
Jan 11 2019
Rank #9: 23 – How to truly understand and embrace Intuitive Eating with Alissa Rumsey
Jan 29 2019
Rank #10: 17 – The truth about Sugar Addiction
Jan 08 2019
Rank #11: 6 The Secret-Sauce to becoming who you’re supposed to be, with Jen Wille
Nov 23 2018
Rank #12: Why your brain needs 3 cups of pasta per day to function properly, with Kathleen Meehan
Hey everyone and welcome to the Own it Babe Podcast!
First off, I want to thank all of you for the amazing feedback and messages I received after my episode last week. I totally did not plan on giving you a 20 minute life update and rambling away on what’s going on in my brain, but clearly it resonated with a lot of you, so I am glad I shared the episode despite feeling a bit nervous or even embarrassed by what I shared…
Today’s episode is an amazing one if you are currently thinking about starting to eat intuitively or you have been doing it for a while, but are confused about how to understand the research behind it or are still tempted by nutrition articles that suggest to cut out certain foods or eat in a way that doesn’t really comply with the Intuitive Eating Principles.
Today’s guest Kathleen Meehan is passionate about working with people as they learn to listen to their bodies for guidance to discover what feels good.
With an undergraduate degree and a masters degree in nutritional science, she has worked as a clinical dietitian and on a college campus. Now Kathleen works with clients virtually and to help people explore their relationship with food while reexamining what healthy really means. With a non-diet, weight inclusive approach, Kathleen is dedicated to serving her clients with a practical approach to evidence-based recommendations to help promote wellbeing through a big-picture lens.
Review of the week:
This week’s review comes from NicolleDiNunzio:
“If you have a body, listen up. The Own it Babe Podcast is Rini’s soul song to women (and men) everywhere. She takes her experiential knowledge and weaves a story line to help guide women to understanding and appreciating their perfectly imperfect selves. As an entrepreneur, wife and new mama, these thoughtful words of kindness and understanding help me give myself an extra dose of grace on days when it’s so easy to look into the mirror and fall prey to thoughts that steal your joy. Rini keeps reminding us that we are all beautiful and worthy, no matter what size jeans we are wearing, what our business card says or what season of life we are in. We are all enough. <3”
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Make sure you leave us a rating and review over on Apple Podcasts to help us get the word out about a non-diet approach to life and a positive body image. Your support means the world to me and keeps me going with this passion project of mine. Thank you!
Shownotes and links mentioned in this episode:
Kathleen’s website: http://www.kathleenmeehanrd.com
Kathleen’s Blog Post on carbs: https://www.kathleenmeehanrd.com/blog-1/why-this-registered-dietitian-never-recommends-low-carb-diets
Kathleen’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therdnutritionist
Certified Intuitive Eating Counselors information: https://www.intuitiveeating.org/about-us/how-to-become-a-certified-intuitive-eating-counselor-or-lay-facilitator/
Ragen Chastain’s Blog Post on what to say at the doctor’s office: https://danceswithfat.wordpress.com/2017/09/24/advocating-at-the-doctors-office-say-something-sunday/
Jessi Haggerty: https://www.jessihaggerty.com
Follow Rini on Instagram: https://instagram.com/ownitbabe
Save your seat for the Body Confidence Blueprint Workshop: https://ownitbabe.ca/body-confidence-workshop/
Rini’s website: https://ownitbabe.ca
Mar 12 2019
Rank #13: 27 – How to set boundaries with triggering people using positive psychology, with Dr. Barbara Shabazz
Feb 27 2019
Rank #14: 19 – The truth about Bikini Competitions: An Ex-Bikini Competitor reveals it all with Kayla Kotecki
Jan 15 2019
Rank #15: 20 – How I healed my Binge Eating Disorder
Jan 18 2019