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Hey there! I'm Claire and welcome to the Yours Chewly Podcast. I'm *chewly* glad that you're here (and no, that won't be the first pun you hear if you stick around)... I'm a Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, PB&J Enthusiast, and owner of Yours Chewly Nutrition, LLC. I help people ditch the chronic cycles of dieting and disordered eating through an Intuitive Eating + Health at Every Size® aligned approach. Tune in as I talk with fellow health and nutrition professionals about their stories, relationships with food, and and how they work to reject diet culture on the daily. You can expect to laugh a bit, learn a lot, and and gather real-life, practical tips to help you heal your relationship with food. Want to get in touch, hear more about Intuitive Eating, or learn more about how I work with individuals like yourself? Join me on Instagram, TikTok(@clairechewning), or visit my website, www.clairechewning.com. You can also join our free Facebook community by visiting www.clairechewning.com/community

Claire Chewning


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    Episode 155: Pre-Thanksgiving Pep Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 34:59

    Dear Listener, Happy Thanksgiving week! In this episode, I'm here to keep you company and offer you a few reminders as we head into the holiday season of eating. In the first half of the episode, I'll share my top three tips for making your eating experiences more pleasant throughout the holidays. Then, we'll move onto some Q&A about holiday diet talk, how to navigate food guilt, and more. Thanks for spending some time with me here this week. Grateful for your support today and always! Yours Chewly, Claire Oh and P.S. If you're listening to this episode when it airs in November 2021, don't forget that this week is our FINAL week to enter our Attitude of Gratitude giveaway! Catch full details on the giveaway and how to enter in the intro of this episode

    Episode 154: All About Skincare Culture...Diet Culture's Face-Focused Twin with Jessica DeFino

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 45:28

    Dear Listener, In this episode, I'm joined by the incredible Jessica DeFino for a conversation about the many parallels between skincare culture and diet culture. Jessica also explains what healthy skin can look like, how it functions, and how we can begin to reevaluate our relationships with skincare and beauty products. Jessica is a pro-skin/anti-product beauty reporter whose work focuses on dismantling beauty standards, debunking marketing myths, and exploring how beauty culture impacts people — physically, psychologically, and psychospiritually. You can find her articles in The New York Times, Vogue, WWD, Teen Vogue, Harper's BAZAAR, Allure, New York Magazine's The Cut, and more. She also writes the weekly beauty newsletter: The Unpublishable, as seen in New York Magazine and the UK Sunday Times. If you'd like to learn more about Jessica and her work, you can find her on IG @jessicadefino_. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you enjoy today's episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire Oh and P.S. If you're listening to this episode when it airs in November 2021, don't forget that our Attitude of Gratitude giveaway is in full swing! Catch full details on the giveaway and how to enter in the intro of this episode

    Episode 153 : Making Peace with Antidepressants & Body Changes with Cherie Miller

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 48:37

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the wonderful Cherie Miller for a conversation about the body changes that can often occur alongside antidepressant use. Throughout the episode, Cherie offers advice for those who are in a place of fearing weight gain and feel that the idea of body acceptance is near unattainable. We also discuss how to look out for signs that indicate you or someone in your life is in need of prioritizing their mental health. Cherie is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas and Florida. She is founder and owner of Food Freedom Therapy™, a group practice of therapists, coaches and dietitians who help people make peace with food and their bodies. Cherie has 15 years years of experience as an eating disorder therapist, mentor, speaker, and advocate, as well as being recovered herself. She is also a member of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals and the Association for Size Diversity and Health. Cherie's goal is to help people of all shapes and sizes learn to eat freely and live fearlessly! If you'd like to learn more about Cherie and her work, you can find her on IG @foodfreedomtherapist or on her website at, https://foodfreedomtherapy.com/. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you enjoy today's episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire Oh and P.S. If you're listening to this episode when it airs in November 2021, don't forget that our Attitude of Gratitude giveaway is in full swing! Catch full details on the giveaway and how to enter in the intro of this episode

    Episode 152: What Your Favorite Halloween Candy Says About You...

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 37:46

    Dear Listener, Happy spooky season! I'm going solo in today's episode to have a fun, lighthearted conversation about the deliciousness that is Halloween candy. Not only am I taking guesses about what your favorite candy says about you...but I'm also ranking my top five candies based on their slogans. Think you can guess the candies that belong to each slogan? We shall see! I'll be back next week with another guest episode. But until then, wishing you a fun and safe Halloween

    Episode 151: What Does It Mean to be a HAES® Aligned Chiropractor? with Dr. Megan Banker

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 58:01

    Dear Listener, Today I'm talking to the wonderful Dr. Megan Banker about what it means to be a HAES® aligned chiropractor. During our conversation, she explains the role of a chiropractor, how to know when/if you should seek the help of one, and offers tips on what to look for when searching for a chiropractor whose practice is not steeped in diet culture. Dr. Megan is a Health At Every Size® (HAES) aligned chiropractor and works with all bodies in a safe space free of judgement and shame as the owner and chiropractor at Verve Lifestyle Center in Portland, OR. She is on a mission to inspire her community to live without limits. When she's not doing her boss lady duties, you'll find her rock or mountain climbing in the Pacific Northwest. Her personal instagram page, @pdxoutdoorchiro, highlights her outdoor climbing life and the push for size inclusion in the outdoor industry. Her professional instagram, @vervelifepdx, gives tips and tricks for improving your health and wellbeing through intuitive, body affirming care. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave a five star rating + review if you enjoy today's episode! ⭐️ Yours Chewly, Claire OH and don't forget that our fall webinar, How to Break the Haunting Binge Restrict Cycle is happening on the evening that this episode airs (10/20/21, from 6:30-7:30pm EST)! Link to register: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/12/mlnpmun

    Episode 150: Intuitive Eating & PCOS- Rerun with Julie Duffy Dillon

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 54:29

    Dear Listener, Today, join me for a rerun of one of our most downloaded episodes to date with the one and only Julie Duffy Dillon. During this conversation, Julie shares how a non-diet approach can be supportive for those with Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and the main things individuals who receive a PCOS diagnosis should know. Julie also talks more about her work with Laura Burns (guest on episode 106) and PCOS Body Liberation! Julie is a Fat Positive Registered Dietitian, nutrition therapist, eating disorder specialist, podcaster, and author who has been helping people heal their relationship with food for 20 years. She guides her clients on a journey to Food Peace using non-diet, body liberating, trauma-informed practices. If you'd like to learn more about Julie and her work, you can find her on IG @foodpeacedietitian and @PCOSBodyLiberation or on her website at, https://juliedillonrd.com. You can also tune into her incredible podcast, Love Food, wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for being here today! Yours Chewly, Claire Link to register for our fall webinar, How to Break the Haunting Binge Restrict cycle, happening on Wednesday, October 20 from 6:30-7:30pm EST

    Episode 149: The Full Body Impact of Eating Disorders with Korey Baruta

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 47:00

    Dear Listener, Today, join me for a conversation with the incredible Korey Baruta. We talk about how diets are disordered eating behaviors in disguise as well as how dieting is one of the biggest risk factors for developing an eating disorder. She also shares with us how eating disorders impact every system in the body and how to start reaching out for help if you or a loved one might be struggling in your relationship with food. Korey is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) in Melbourne, Australia. Through her lived experience of Anorexia Nervosa, she was inspired to help others overcome the pressures of diet culture, develop compassion for themselves and rediscover a healthy relationship with food. She launched her business Nutrition for Every Body at the start of 2021, where she utilizes Health At Every Size (HAES®), the Non-Diet Approach, and Intuitive Eating to help people of all shapes, sizes and abilities overcome disordered eating and eating disorders. If you'd like to learn more about Korey and her work, you can find her on IG (nutrition.for.every.body) or on her website at www.nutritionforeverybody.com.au. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars ⭐️ if you enjoy this episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire

    Episode 148: Personal Training Based on Your Enneagram Type with Barb Puzanovova

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 58:18

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the amazing Barb Puzanovova for a discussion about what makes movement from the non-diet perspective different from movement that's connected to dieting. Barb shares how awareness of personality type (or your Enneagram number!) can help you understand what approach to movement will best fit your unique needs. Barb is an ACE-certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, behavior change specialist, and Intuitive Eating Counselor. With a Health at Every Size® + weight-neutral approach to personal training, Barb helps clients listen to and get curious about their bodies, set meaningful health goals, and take an intentional, evidence-based approach to movement. Barb works with in-person clients in Nashville, TN and virtually via FaceTime or Zoom with clients across the globe. If you'd like to learn more about Barb and her work, you can find her on IG (@nondiet_trainer) and on her website, https://thenondiettrainer.com/. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you love this episode! ⭐️ Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 147: What's Up With The 75 Hard Challenge?

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 49:05

    Dear Listener, In this episode, we're diving into the "mental toughness challenge" that has been all over the internet for the past year--the 75 Hard Challenge. Sound familiar? Join me as we browse the challenge's website to figure out what it's all about and the outcomes it claims to deliver. As we go, I'll share my take on the challenge, the things that give me pause about it, and whether or not it's something I would recommend as a dietitian (spoiler alert: it's not).

    Episode 146: Diet Culture's Impact on Men with Eli Weinstein

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 54:07

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the wonderful Eli Weinstein for a conversation about the pressures put on men that can negatively impact their relationships with food and body. Eli shares advice for men who are looking to create a healthier relationship with food and their bodies as well as how to support the men in your life who may be struggling. Eli is a Social Work therapist (LCSW) and founder of ELIvation, a group and private practice in Queens, NY. He strives to create a more digestible and relatable view on mental health to help those in challenging times and aims to add some extra inspiration and motivation into everyday life. If you'd like to learn more about Eli and his work, you can find him on IG (@eliweinstein_lcsw) and on his website, www.eliweinsteinlcsw.com. You can also check out his podcast, The Dude Therapist, wherever you listen to podcasts (@thedudetherapist). Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you enjoy today's episode

    Episode 145: Lessons Learned in Quitting Dieting (Client Spotlight Episode

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 23:17

    Dear Listener, Today I'm joined by an incredible past client of mine for another episode in our Client Spotlight Series. Throughout our conversation, Saba shares some of her biggest challenges and lessons learned so far from working to heal her relationship with food. She also offer some advice that she wish she knew when getting started a year ago! A big thank you to Saba for being willing to sit down for this interview and share her experience with us

    Episode 144: Fighting Fatphobia in Parenting with Virginia Sole-Smith

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 45:25

    Dear Listener, This week on the pod, I'm talking to the one and only Virginia Sole-Smith about the ways fatphobia can show up in parenting. Virginia is the author of The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image and Guilt in America and the forthcoming Fat Kid Phobia. Her reporting on diet culture, health and parenting has appeared in the New York Times, Scientific American, and many other publications. She also writes the newsletter Burnt Toast. In our conversation she talks about why a child's body size is not a problem to solve, shares tips for handling conversations about a child's weight, and describes a few ways to create a more positive environment around food for the young people in your life. If you'd like to connect with Virginia, check out all of her information below: Website: virginiasolesmith.com Twitter: @v_solesmith (https://twitter.com/v_solesmith) Instagram: @v_solesmith (https://www.instagram.com/v_solesmith/) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/virginiasolesmith/ Newsletter: https://virginiasolesmith.substack.com/ As always, thank you for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you enjoy today's episode! Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 143: The One About Food Habituation

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 28:54

    Dear Listener, Today, join me for a solo episode where we're talking all about the concept of food habituation. I cover questions like, “what IS food habituation?” and, “why is it an important concept within the Intuitive Eating framework?” And of course, in true Yours Chewly fashion, expect some cringe worthy puns and analogies along the way

    Episode 142: All About Body Image- Rerun with Brianna Campos

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 61:49

    Dear Listener, This week's episode is a rerun of one of our most listened to episodes here on The Yours Chewly Podcast! This conversation with special guest Brianna Campos originally took place back in March of last year, but everything Bri shares in this conversation still remains 100% relevant today. Bri is a Licensed Professional Counselor, body image coach, and business owner who is passionate about the Health At Every Size®, all foods fit approach to finding freedom with food and helping individuals learn to love their here and now bodies. Tune in to hear Bri talk about body image, why our relationships with our bodies can feel so challenging at times, and how the active pursuit of dieting + weight loss can prevent you from finding body trust and acceptance. If you'd like to connect with Bri, you can find her on social @bodyimagewithbri on both Instagram and TikTok, as well as on her website: https://www.bodyimagewithbri.com/

    Episode 141: Taking Diet Culture Out of Gut Health with Dr. Jessie Hoffman

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 52:14

    Dear Listener, Today I'm chatting with Dr. Jessie Hoffman about the overlap between the "gut health" world and diet culture. In our conversation, Jessie describes what the gut microbiome is, helps me bust some common myths around gut health, and shares some evidence based truths that we can all keep in mind when it comes to taking care of our gut health! Dr. Jessie Hoffman is a nutrition scientist, professor, and Registered Dietitian. Her graduate research focused on the effects of nutrition and the environment on gut health and cardiovascular disease. She has a strong passion for educating individuals about nutrition and the power of nourishing the body and mind. From breaking down nutrition science to busting myths that are oh so prevalent in today's society, her ultimate goal is to empower individuals to become experts of their own bodies. If you'd like to learn more about Jessie and her work, you can find her on IG @jessiehoffman_phd or on her website at https://www.jessiephd.com. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave a five star rating + review if you enjoy today's episode!

    Episode 140: Normalizing All Bodies in Nature with Ash Manning

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 54:08

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the wonderful Ash Manning for a conversation about how getting outside and exploring can provide us the opportunity to reconnect with our bodies. Ash also offers some practical tips on how to start adventuring if you want to explore the outdoors more but are unsure of how to get started! Ash is a plus size explorer, hiker, backpacker, and river runner who is passionate about body inclusion, diversity, and equity in the outdoors. Her goal is to show the world that ALL bodies belong outdoors! If you'd like to learn more about Ash and her work, you can find her on IG @ashleysadventure or on her website at https://ashleysadventure.com. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave a five star rating + review if you enjoy today's episode! ⭐️ Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 139: Listener Q&A

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 55:18

    Dear Listener, So glad you're here! In this episode, I'm going solo to answer some listener questions. You can expect conversation on all sorts of topics, like…identifying your fullness cues, navigating weight loss talk in conversation with others, thin privilege, food cravings, and more! If you enjoy this episode and have a moment to spread some love, please tap those five stars and leave a review of the pod. I'm so grateful for your support and it helps the show more than you know! Happy listening

    Episode 138: Coming Back Home to Your Body with Kara Elise Campbell

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 41:14

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and special guest Kara Elise Campbell for a discussion about how food can be a way for us to come back to our bodies. Throughout the episode, Kara shares tips on how we can reconnect to our bodies through food and practical tools to help us reawaken our intuitive voice within

    Episode 137: Lessons Learned from IE (Client Spotlight Interview

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 19:34

    Dear Listener, Welcome back to another episode in our client spotlight series! In this episode, I sit down with Karla, a graduated client of mine, as she shares some of her thoughts and experiences with Intuitive Eating. She answers questions like, “Where were you before learning about Intuitive Eating?”, “Were you skeptical at all when starting this process?”, “What's your biggest lesson learned so far?”…and more! I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to work alongside Karla for nearly a year and couldn't be more proud of how far she has come in mending her relationship with food. If you'd like to learn more about the 1:1 work I do with clients, please visit: https://clairechewning.com/work-with-me. As always, thanks for listening! Don't forget to tap those five ⭐️ and tune back in next Wednesday for a brand new episode

    Episode 136: Swing Goes The Pendulum

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 26:24

    Dear Listener, In this episode, I'm sharing one of my favorite analogies of all time with you. I love using this analogy to explain the binge

    Episode 135: Let's Get Fed Up with Katie Barbaro

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 45:34

    Dear Listener, Today I'm talking with Katie Barbaro about her new book titled, "Fed Up: An Illustrated Guide to Food Freedom." We discuss how having outlets of creative expression are important in both healing your relationship with food and in living a healthy, fulfilled life overall. Katie is an intuitive guide and creativity doula with a background in occupational therapy, trauma-informed yoga, improv, & standup comedy. Through intuitive coaching sessions, Katie guides clients through a process of discovering a deeper connection to themselves by playfully exploring areas of life that feel out of alignment. If you'd like to learn more about Katie and her work, you can find her on IG @katiebarb and @fedupthebook. To order her amazing book, visit her website: https://katiebarbaro.com/fedup. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave a five star rating + review if you enjoy today's episode

    Episode 134: The Power of Body Neutrality with Jessi Kneeland

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 49:17

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and my wonderful guest, Jessi Kneeland, for a conversation about body neutrality and how our unmet needs may manifest as body image issues. We also discuss how the past year has influenced the relationships we have with our bodies and how our beliefs about how we “should” look affect us. Jessi is a certified life coach and clinical sexologist on a mission to help folks break free from body image issues, body anxiety, and body hatred. By digging deep into the root causes of their body image issues, she helps people move toward body neutrality, radical self-acceptance, and a deep sense of self-worth and confidence that has nothing to do with how they look. If you'd like to learn more about Jessi and her work, you can find her on IG @jessikneeland or on her website at https://jessikneeland.com. Thanks for listening and don't forget to leave a five star rating + review if you enjoy today's episode! Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 133: TikTok Nutrition Trend Takedown

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 32:19

    Dear Listener, I'm BAAAACKK! Thank you for being patient with me as I took a much needed break from releasing new episodes over the past two months. I'm returning feeling refreshed and beyond excited to share some incredible new episodes with you all. We're kicking things off today with a TikTok nutrition trend takedown

    Episode 132: "We Were On A Break!!!"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2021 18:24

    Dear Listener, Please tell me you caught my Friends reference in the title of this episode...Ross would be proud! Even if you didn't catch my reference, I'm glad you're here. Today's episode is more of an announcement than anything else. I've decided to listen my own advice surrounding rest and take a brief break from the podcast. But don't worry, I'll be back soon! Look for the return of new episodes starting Wednesday, June 2nd

    Episode 131: A Conversation About Fatphobia, Sizeism, and Thin Privilege with Amee Severson

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 45:19

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the wonderful Amee Severson for a conversation about fatphobia and how social justice fits into conversations around health and nutrition. Amee also shares her thoughts on why some individuals have a hard time accepting the existence of things like sizeism and thin privilege. Amee is a Registered Dietitian whose work focuses on body positivity, fat acceptance, and intuitive eating through a social justice lens. With a mission to break the stereotype that all RD's live in small bodies and only eat certain foods, Amee cultivates rebellion and liberation on social media, showcasing the possibility for health and happiness in any body. Amee encourages the belief that food can be enjoyed without guilt or shame. She believes that recovery from disordered eating is possible for everyone and that every person deserves to feel trust in their body. Amee doesn't believe in one-size-fits-all nutrition and health, so she works with clients to make health and nutrition fit into their current life, not the other way around. If you'd like to learn more about Amee and her work, you can find her on IG @amee_rd or on her website at, https://prospernutritionwellness.com/. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you enjoy today's episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire

    Episode 130: Sometimes, Eating Just Has to be Functional

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 32:01

    Dear Listener, We know that finding satisfaction through our eating experiences is an important part of Intuitive Eating. However, is it really realistic to think that every eating experience has to be super satisfying? What happens when you need to eat something quickly during a five minute break at work? Or when you just have to make do with whatever food you have available in the moment? What about when you don't feel hungry but know your body still needs fuel? In this episode, I answer all of these questions. Sure, eating is meant to be pleasurable and satisfying...but sometimes it does just have to be functional. Can't wait to share more with you! If you find this episode (and anything else I share here on the pod) helpful, please tap those five stars ⭐️ and leave a review. Thank you for tuning in and supporting the show! Yours Chewly, Claire Oh and P.S. Don't miss our National Nutrition Month Webinar happening tomorrow night (3/25/21) from 6-7pm EST! "Take Back Your Plate: 3 Gentle Nutrition Strategies to Make Food Fun Again"

    Episode 129: When Diet Culture Targets Health Conditions with Jocelyn Diaz

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 41:57

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and special guest Jocelyn Diaz for a conversation about her family's experience with eczema and how those with chronic conditions can get caught up in the web of diet culture restrictive eating in efforts to “heal.” We also discuss how to navigate healing your relationship with food when bombarded with messages suggesting that cutting out certain foods will improve a health condition. Jocelyn is a mom on a mission trying to heal herself and her children of eczema by getting to the root cause. She has turned her mission into The Eczema Free Journey podcast where she interviews experts on healing the mind, body and soul. If you'd like to learn more about Jocelyn and her work, you can find her on IG @theeczemahealingmom and listen to her podcast, The Eczema Free Journey, wherever you're listening to this episode today. Thanks for being here today! Yours Chewly, Claire Oh and P.S. Don't miss out on the webinar I'm hosting at the end of this month in honor of National Nutrition Month! ➡️ Take Back Your Plate: 3 Gentle Nutrition Strategies to Make Food Fun Again This webinar is for you if you want to learn about nutrition from a non-diet perspective, rediscover pleasure + satisfaction in your eating experiences, and take the fear out of fueling your body. We'll be going over three simple gentle nutrition strategies that you can incorporate into your life as soon as the webinar ends! $12 USD registration includes access to the live webinar, access to the webinar replay recording in case you can't make it live, and a take home “Making Food Fun Again” guidebook filled with tips and takeaways from the webinar. Follow this link to register

    Episode 128: 3 Nutrition Tips For National Nutrition Month

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2021 39:37

    Dear Listener, Join me today for a solo pod in honor of National Nutrition Month! During this episode, I discuss three huge eating + nutrition tips that aren't often talked about that I think are essential to building a strong, healthy relationship with food and your body. Plus, there might even be a special gift waiting for you in the first few minutes of the episode! You won't want to miss it

    Episode 127: Ditching Food Rules & Embracing Your Culture with Dalina Soto

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 44:20

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the lovely Dalina Soto for a conversation about the importance of enjoying foods that are essential to one's culture and NOT cutting them out just because diet culture tries to demonize them. Dalina also shares some tips for making peace with culturally important foods! Dalina is a Spanish speaking Registered Dietitian. She works as one of the few Spanish speaking RDs in the Philadelphia area and virtually across the country, teaching her clients how to ditch the diet mentality and keep their culture alive. If you'd like to learn more about Dalina and her work, you can find her on IG @your.latina.nutritionist or on her website at, www.yourlatinanutritionist.com. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you enjoy today's episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire

    Episode 126: You Got Questions? We Have Answers! with Hannah & Ali from the Let Us Eat Cake Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 56:04

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and my special guests, Hannah Robinson and Ali Eberhardt from the Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, for a conversation about emotional eating, nighttime snacking, and what to do when you're feeling bored with eating. This episode is in Q&A format and I am so excited to share their insight on these topics with you

    Episode 125: Is Diet Culture Ruining Your Love Life? Valentine's Day Special with Chelsea Chandler

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 61:10

    Dear Listener, I have something a little different in store for you on today's episode of the pod--and it's just in time for Valentine's Day! Joining me for this conversation is my friend, fellow non-diet RD, and today's co-host, Chelsea Chandler. Throughout the episode, Chelsea and I talk about some of the biggest ways diet culture can negatively impact one's love life and how different privileges can play a role in dating experiences. We wrap up the episode with a fun segment called "Date or Ditch," where listener submissions about food and dating are the star of the show! To learn more about Chelsea's work and connect with her, you can find her on IG and TikTok @rd_chelsea, as well as on her website, www.grazesavorgrow.com. Hope you enjoy today's episode ❤️ Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 124: Pandemic 911 ➡️Aligning our Habits with our Values, with Vanessa Gorelkin

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 41:54

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and special guest Vanessa Gorelkin for a discussion about how the pandemic continues to impact our daily lives. Throughout our conversation, Vanessa explains her system for helping us assess our daily activities so that we can distinguish behaviors and habits that are beneficial to our wellbeing from those that are not so beneficial. She also shares how we can use this system to live in greater alignment with our values and beliefs

    Episode 123: Listener Q&A

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2021 40:47

    Dear Listener, Welcome to a solo, listener Q&A episode with Yours Chewly! I posted an "ask me anything" question box on my IG story last week and dang did you all deliver. So in today's episode, I answer questions about weight loss and Intuitive Eating, saying "no" to certain foods, the difference between Registered Dietitians and nutritionists, food sensitivity tests...and more! If you find any value in this episode, please be sure to subscribe, tap those five ⭐️'s, and leave a review! Your support means the world and I'm so grateful you're here

    Episode 122: The F*ck It Diet with Caroline Dooner

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 60:21

    Dear Listener, I am so excited to bring you today's episode with the one and only Caroline Dooner. If you've been in the Intuitive Eating community for long and/or have browsed the “self-help” section of your local bookstore within the past two years, it's likely that her book has grabbed your attention. Caroline is the author of "The F*ck It Diet: Eating Should be Easy", a must read for chronic dieters and those wishing to heal their relationships with food. During this interview, we talk about the evolution of The F*ck It Diet and how the book came to be, the body's response to restriction, what you can expect when you move away from dieting, and more! If you want to learn more about Caroline, her work, her great sense of humor, her dog Molly...or all of the above, you can find her on IG @thefuckitdiet and on her website, https://thefuckitdiet.com/. Hope you enjoy today's episode! Don't forget to tap those five stars, leave a review, and subscribe if you feel so inclined to support the show! Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 121: What Does "Health" Mean to You? with Brittani Lancaster

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 52:46

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and the lovely Brittani Lancaster for a conversation about social media, boundary setting, her experience in healing her relationship with food, and how unique every person's definition of “health” can be. Brittani is a 23 year old woman who has taken TikTok by storm over the past year and a half sharing her experiences in recovery from two eating disorders, a multitude of food + body positive messages, as well as the idea that all bodies are wonderfully made. If you'd like to learn more about Brittani and her work, you can check her out on IG and Tik Tok (@brittanilancaster), as well as on YouTube. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you love this episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire P.S. If you're listening to this episode on the day it airs, there's still time to register for our Non-Diet New Year Webinar happening tomorrow night (Jan 14, 2021) from 6-7pm EST! We'll be talking about three diet traps people often fall into when setting health related goals and three alternatives you can take to avoid those traps. PLUS, you'll get a take home goal setting guide to help you organize your thoughts and set your intentions for the remainder of 2021. $10 USD registration includes: access to the live webinar, access to the webinar replay in case you can't make it live, and your take home goal setting guide! If you'd like to join us, please register here: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/4/oyz97c9

    Episode 120: Happy Non-Diet New Year!

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2021 37:28

    Dear Listener, Welcome to our first episode of 2021! I'm flying solo for this episode to share some thoughts, ideas, and tips on non-diet goal setting. We'll talk about the importance of behavior focused goals, the “add IN” mentality, and how to avoid anxiety of overwhelm when getting started. If you're looking for more in depth information on this topic (and some other tips I don't share in this episode!), be sure to join me for my upcoming webinar, A Non-Diet New Year: Three Ways to Avoid Diet Traps as You Set Goals for 2021

    Episode 119: Rejecting Diet Culture during the Holidays with Shira Rosenbluth

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2020 42:34

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and Shira Rosenbluth for a conversation about navigating recovery from chronic dieting and eating disorders over the holidays and during days of religious fasting. Shira also offers some incredible tips for setting boundaries and shutting down diet talk during this time of year and beyond! Shira is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and body positive style blogger. In her work as a LCSW, she specializes in the treatment of disordered eating, eating disorders, and body image dissatisfaction using a weight-inclusive, Health at Every Size® approach. If you'd like to learn more about Shira and her work, you can check her out on IG (@theshirarose). You can find her work at shirarosenbluthlcsw.com and her style blog at theshirarose.com. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you love this episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire

    Episode 118: All Things Intuitive Movement with Tally Rye

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 59:40

    Dear Listener, Today, join me Tally Rye for a conversation about intuitive fitness and how the principles of Intuitive Eating can apply to movement. Throughout our conversation, Tally provides many awesome tips for those looking to improve their relationship with movement! So if you're working to see movement in a different, non-diet light...this episode is a must listen

    Episode 117: What To Do After A Holiday

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2020 28:42

    Dear Listener, Have you ever come out of a holiday week feeling that your inner food policing voice is a bit louder than usual? Or that you need to find ways to "get back on track?" Or maybe even searching for a new diet plan to hop on? If so, today's episode is for you. I'm going solo to offer three post-holiday eating tips to keep you grounded, nourished, and not falling back into the diet mentality. Plus, at the end of the episode, I draw and announce the winner of our November Attitude of Gratitude giveaway

    Episode 116: All About Meditation, Gratitude, & Savoring with Ashley Holly

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2020 66:27

    Dear Listener, On today's episode, join me and my friend + fellow RD, Ashley Holly, for a conversation about her top tips and tools for increasing happiness and health. We'll discuss how you can incorporate the practices of meditation, gratitude, and savoring into your life

    Episode 115: Client Spotlight Interview

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2020 25:35

    Dear Listener, Welcome to another client spotlight episode of the pod! In this episode, you'll meet Tera—an incredible, graduated client of mine who I've had the pleasure of knowing since the start of this year. During our conversation, Tera shares some of what she feels are the most valuable learned lessons throughout her IE journey as well as advice for anyone who's looking to begin healing their relationships with food and body. Enjoy! Yours Chewly, Claire P.S. We're nearing the end of our Attitude of Gratitude giveaway here on the pod! If you haven't already entered, be sure to catch the intro of this episode to learn how to enter and what you'll have the opportunity to win

    Episode 114: Intuitive Eating & PCOS with Julie Duffy Dillon

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2020 55:54

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and fellow RD Julie Duffy Dillon for a conversation about how a non-diet approach can be supportive for those with PCOS and the main things individuals who receive a PCOS diagnosis should know. Julie also shares more about her work with Laura Burns (guest on episode 106) and PCOS Body Liberation! Julie is a Fat Positive Registered Dietitian, nutrition therapist, eating disorder specialist, podcaster, and author who has been helping people heal their relationship with food for 20 years. She guides her clients on a journey to Food Peace using non-diet, body liberating, trauma-informed practices. If you'd like to learn more about Julie and her work, you can find her on IG @foodpeacedietitian and @PCOSBodyLiberation or on her website at, https://juliedillonrd.com. You can also tune into her incredible podcast, Love Food, wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks for being here today! Yours Chewly, Claire Oh and P.S. If you're listening to this episode when it airs in November 2020, don't forget that our Attitude of Gratitude giveaway is in full swing! Catch full details on the giveaway and how to enter in the intro of this episode

    Episode 113: Lost Your Period?...Now What? with McKenzie Caldwell

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020 51:43

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and my wonderful guest, McKenzie Caldwell, for a conversation about hypothalamic amenorrhea and how eating disorders and disordered eating patterns can impact our monthly cycles. During our chat, she also shares lots of helpful tips about where to start if you're having irregularities with your cycle and are wondering if it could have something to do with your eating and/or exercise patterns. McKenzie is a Registered Dietitian and owner of Feed Your Zest Nutrition & Wellness where she specializes in nutrition therapy for hypothalamic amenorrhea, pregnancy, diabetes, and eating disorders using a weight inclusive approach. She empowers her clients to look beyond food as they move towards thriving through intuitive eating. If you'd like to learn more about McKenzie and her work, you can find her on IG @womens.health.dietitian or on her website at https://feedyourzest.com. Thanks for listening! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire And P.S. Don't forget about our Attitude of Gratitude podcast giveaway that's running now until the end of November 2020! Instructions on how to enter are in this week's intro

    Episode 112: What is Gentle Nutrition? ...Am I Ready For It?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 46:54

    Dear Listener, Have you ever wondered how nutrition fits into an Intuitive Eating journey? If so, you're going to want to give this episode a listen! Because today, we're diving into the 10th principle of Intuitive Eating, “Honor Your Health—Gentle Nutrition.” Throughout the episode, I answer questions like, “what is gentle nutrition?” and, “how do I know when to start incorporating some gentle nutrition concepts into my IE journey?” Plus, don't miss my bonus rant about oat milk iced coffee AND the announcement of the giveaway I'll be hosting here on the pod during the month of November

    Episode 111: Navigating Intuitive Eating with Food Allergies & Intolerances with Rachel Naar

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2020 52:09

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and my special guest, Rachel Naar, for a conversation about maintaining a healthy relationship with food when you're managing food allergies and intolerances. She offers a few tips based on her personal and professional experience and we also explore the importance of mindset when navigating these situations! Rachel is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and founder of Rachel Naar Nutrition where she sees clients for eating disorders, food allergies/intolerances, and GI distress. If you'd like to learn more about Rachel and her work, you can check her out on IG @naartrition. You can also find her website at: www.rachelnaarnutrition.com. Thanks for listening and don't forget to tap those five stars if you love this episode! Yours Chewly with gratitude, Claire

    Episode 110: Fullness Vs. Satisfaction, What's the Difference?

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2020 32:59

    Dear Listener, Today, you're catching a glimpse of what it's like to be a member of my free, private Facebook community, The Yours Chewly Goal Slayers. Every Thursday, I go live in the community for an event we like to call Two Tip Thursday. This episode captures a recent Two Tip Thursday where I talked about fullness vs. satisfaction—are these the same thing? Are they different? Why are both concepts important to consider when you're working to improve your relationship with food? And more! If you enjoy this conversation and would like to take part in future Two Tip Thursdays as a member of our community, please visit https://clairechewning.com/community. And as always, don't forget to tap those five stars and leave a review if you're loving what you hear on the pod. I'm chewly grateful that you're here! Thanks for listening

    Episode 109: Saying "I Do" to Love, Not Diet Culture with Emily Travis

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2020 48:03

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and my special guest, Emily Travis, for a conversation about how diet culture sneaks into dating life, engagement season, and wedding planning! We talk about why this is a problem and share ideas about how you can keep the diet mentality as far away from your big day as possible

    Episode 108: Changing How We Think About Emotional Eating with Kelsey Flanagan

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 48:22

    Dear Listener, Today on the pod we're talking about a topic that I get a LOT of questions about…hello, “emotional eating!” Joining me in this episode is my good friend and colleague, Kelsey Flanagan. Kelsey is an ex-dieter turned life coach helping women end the war with food and their bodies so that they can thrive. She is the founder of Alive to Thrive and has a simple mission, “Stop Dieting. Start Living.” In our conversation, we talk about normalizing “emotional eating,” why it even happens in the first place, and how we can use these experiences with food to help us deepen the relationship we have with ourselves. To learn more from Kelsey, you can follow her on IG @kelsey_flanagan_, listen to her podcast, The LIFTUP Show, or check out her website https://www.kelseyflanagan.com/. Hope you enjoy the episode! Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 107: Listener Q&A

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 33:09

    Dear Listener, Today I'm flying solo for another listener Q&A episode. Tune in to hear me answer questions about hunger cues, how to manage not so helpful comments about food, how and when to introduce the topic of gentle nutrition into your IE journey…and more! In the beginning of the episode, also I share more information about my newest project, The Intuitive Eating Discovery Course, AND offer an exclusive discount code for listeners of The Yours Chewly Podcast. To learn more about the course, please visit https://clairechewning.com/course and enter the code “PODCAST” at checkout to receive 10% off your enrollment investment. Enjoy! Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 106: Radical Body Love Yoga with Laura Burns

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2020 54:35

    Dear Listener, Today, join me and my incredible guest, Laura Burns, for a conversation about mainstream yoga culture, how the practice of yoga helps us to connect with ourselves and our bodies, and how someone can get started with a practice if they've never tried yoga before! Laura is a fierce, fat, feminist, certified yoga teacher and trainer. She is an advocate of body-positivity and fat liberation. As the founder of Radical Body Love, she helps folks heal from body-shame and oppression so they can empower themselves to live the life they deserve. To learn more about Laura and her work, you can check her out on IG @radicalbodylove. You can also find her website at www.radicalbodylove.com. If you would like to support Laura on Patreon, you can find her at https://www.patreon.com/radicalbodylove. And finally, if you'd like access to the handout Laura mentioned about yoga props, please email claire@clairechewning.com and I'll send it your way! Thanks for listening! Yours Chewly, Claire

    Episode 105: Re-learning Body Trust- Client Spotlight Episode

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2020 25:50

    Dear Listener, Today I'm back with another episode in our client spotlight series! Tune in as I speak with Kelly, an incredible past client of mine who graduated from coaching earlier this summer (this interview is shared with her permission

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