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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.

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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.

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Love everything Whitney stands for !

By kimbelryE - Jun 13 2019
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I love her Instagram and I get so much from her stories . The podcast is getting better and better with each episode. It’s so nice to have constant affirmation, suggestions and thoughts about HAES and intuitive eating. She is young but she really has this topic down. She has truly helped me through this huge transition. She has changed my mindset about body image and eating.

Love this podcast!

By Fecalogian - Jun 08 2019
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I don't know how Whitney can keep up with this schedule, but she's killing it! I love this podcast so much and want her to succeed, that this is my first rating ever! Whitney is genuine, interesting, intelligent, and caring. She is a great voice in the intuitive eating and self-love conversation.

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134 Ratings
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130
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Love everything Whitney stands for !

By kimbelryE - Jun 13 2019
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I love her Instagram and I get so much from her stories . The podcast is getting better and better with each episode. It’s so nice to have constant affirmation, suggestions and thoughts about HAES and intuitive eating. She is young but she really has this topic down. She has truly helped me through this huge transition. She has changed my mindset about body image and eating.

Love this podcast!

By Fecalogian - Jun 08 2019
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I don't know how Whitney can keep up with this schedule, but she's killing it! I love this podcast so much and want her to succeed, that this is my first rating ever! Whitney is genuine, interesting, intelligent, and caring. She is a great voice in the intuitive eating and self-love conversation.
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Trust Your Body Project

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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.

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Rank #1: #23: Being Honest about Disability with Anna Sweeney, RD, CEDRD-S

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Being vulnerable is the ultimate sign of trust. There is nothing more vulnerable than openly discussing your eating disorder or disability on a podcast, and that’s exactly what Anna Sweeney is here to discuss. Anna is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor, and owner of Whole Life Nutrition, a nutrition therapy practice dedicated to the treatment of eating disorders. She is able to help those struggling with eating disorders and disabilities from a place of experience, having been diagnosed with MS when she was 12. She works by combining her knowledge of nutritional science, experience in the treatment of eating disorders, and heartfelt, thoughtful care. Stay tuned to hear about Anna’s story and how we can bridge the gap between the able-bodied and disabled worlds!  

Whitney shares:

  • Updates, updates, updates
  • Anna’s story
  • Experiencing invisibility for the first time through disability
  • Learning and sharing through life experience
  • Being grateful for everything that disability can give you
  • Looking for something other than empathy when you have a disability
  • Making the transition from shit-talking your body to accepting your disability
  • How disabilities can prevent you from getting help with your eating disorder
  • Bridging the gap between the able-bodied and disabled world
  • Supporting professionals with disabilities
  • Recognizing how much we need each other as humans
  • How needing more assistance impacts your relationships

Links to Resources:

Check Anna out on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and her website Www.wholelifeRD.com!

If you have the ability to take videos and pictures of inaccessible views, share them with Anna on social media with #inaccessibleviews

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

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Jul 23 2019
49 mins
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Rank #2: #22: Nuance of Weight Loss & Celery Juice with Dr. Joshua Wolrich

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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 podcast@whitneycatalano.com

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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.

Jul 16 2019
50 mins
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Rank #3: #21: 5 Tips for a Healthy Relationship with Exercise

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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 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.

Jul 02 2019
35 mins
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Rank #4: #20: Meal Planning & Intuitive Eating with Talia Koren

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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 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.

Jun 25 2019
38 mins
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Rank #5: #19: Why Emotional Eating isn't Bad

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Today, Whitney is talking about the struggle of emotional eating and why it isn’t bad. This topic tends to have a negative stigma around it but in reality emotional eating happens in response to positive and negative emotions and it can come when you are hungry or not hungry. There are a plethora of reasons why people eat when they are emotional, whether it be chemical, emotional, or physical. The problems arise when this is the only way that you know how to cope with your emotions and problems in your life, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Stay tuned to hear why emotional eating does not have to be a bad thing!

Whitney shares:

  • Everything that’s going on with Whitney right now
  • What is emotional eating?
  • Reasons that emotional eating develops
  • People that are most likely to develop emotional eating habits
  • Here’s why emotional eating is not a bad thing
  • When emotional eating becomes a problem
  • The dangers of suppressing your emotions for long periods of time
  • Finding a way to cope that actually helps with the problem
  • The worst thing you can do in response to emotional eating
  • Taking steps to improve without judging yourself
  • Allowing yourself to react emotionally in whatever way you need to

Links to Resources:

The 5 Day #TrustYourBodyChallenge started 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 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.

Jun 18 2019
27 mins
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Rank #6: #18: You Are Enough with Lee Chaix McDonough

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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 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.

Jun 11 2019
1 hour 2 mins
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Rank #7: Mid-Season Update

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On today’s very short episode, Whitney is giving an update on herself during this mid-season break. There is a lot going on in her life in the near future and she is here to tell you all about it!

Whitney shares:

  • Whitney’s ongoing apartment hunt
  • The 5 Day Trust Your Body Challenge
  • Free binge meditation and email sequence
  • Taking on new coaching clients in the near future
  • Reasons Whitney is taking a mid-season break
  • Being authentic to yourself by doing your own thing 

Links to Resources:

SIGN UP FOR THE 5 DAY #TRUSTYOURBODYCHALLENGE HERE: 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 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.

Jun 04 2019
11 mins
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Rank #8: #17: IBS, FODMAP's & Intuitive Eating with Kate Scarlata, RDN

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In the studio today, Whitney is talking to an IBS, FODMAPs, Boston-based dietician, Kate Scarlata. Part of respecting your body is paying heed to any conditions that you may have and focus on health at every size instead of just being anti-diet. There are a plethora of medical professionals who will prescribe restrictive diets to manage gastrointestinal disorders when it should be looked at from a holistic viewpoint. Many people struggle with IBS and gastrointestinal problems, so hopefully this episode can help clarify different aspects of these problems and help avoid any misunderstandings. Remember, food is never the only answer!

Whitney shares:

  • Huge misconceptions about the “health at every size” concept
  • Kate’s story
  • Is the FODMAP diet appropriate for everyone with IBS?
  • Kate’s message to dieticians in regard to their bias
  • Recommendations for those who have food eating disorder history and gut symptoms
  • Why you should avoid putting all of your eggs in the eating basket
  • When restrictive eating crosses over into food fears
  • Taking out the symptom foods without falling into disordered eating
  • Avoiding messages that focus on weight loss and food fears
  • Successfully reintroducing foods through the FODMAP diet
  • Different routes that end with restrictive eating habits
  • Using elimination diets responsibly
  • How confusion is spread by Whole30
  • The gray area when it comes to respecting your body
  • Thoughts on squatty potties and possible benefits
  • Why so little money goes towards IBS research

Links to Resources:

Kate Twitter

Kate Instagram

To learn about the #IBelieveinyourStory Campaign, click here.

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.

May 28 2019
1 hour
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Rank #9: #16: Start Loving Yourself in 5 Steps

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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.

May 21 2019
36 mins
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Rank #10: #15: Flying While Fat with J Aprileo (@ComfyFat)

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Welcome to the fifteenth 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 is talking with J Aprileo. J is a nonbinary, fat activist, and the founder of Comfyfat.com. Comfy Fat is a site dedicated to sharing resources including clothing and products that make life a little bit easier for plus size folks. The site is also used for talking about the intersections of fatness and gender as well as fat accessibility. J is here to talk about what it means to be body positive and what needs to change so that people can learn about accepting what they have while enjoying all the great things in life.

Whitney shares:

  • J’s journey to body acceptance
  • Differences between self-love and body acceptance
  • How gender identity can influence your body image and what it means to J
  • J’s current feelings about food in regard to their recovery
  • Knowing what someone’s true intentions are when looking for a safe space
  • Being comfortable taking up space
  • Flying as a “passenger of size”
  • Practice makes perfect when learning how to deal with feelings
  • Finding community and celebrating as a fat person
  • Changing what you are taking in to reset your brain
  • J’s millennial internet sappy romantic love story
  • The revolution of fat politics and lack-there-of
  • Most frustrating microaggressions that people should be aware of
  • How to deal with the aggressive level of fat phobia on Youtube

Links to Resources:

Comfy Fat Instagram

Comfy Fat Youtube

Comfy Fat

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.

May 14 2019
49 mins
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