In this solo episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition podcast, I revisit the topic of diet culture around the holidays, something I also covered in episodes 3 and 52. I discuss diet culture and toxic messaging surrounding food and bodies during the holidays, providing listeners with tips for dealing with family events and food occasions, navigating unhelpful conversations, and dieting pressures. I debunk holiday food myths, guilt, and shame: our bodies need energy and you can enjoy holiday food without needing to earn it. With these simple strategies for planning ahead, shifting conversations away from diet culture, and talking about food in positive ways, the holidays don't have to be so feared or stressful! Tune in to Episodes 52 and 3 for more on handling the holidays: 52: Breaking Free From Holiday Diet Culture https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-free-from-holiday-diet-culture/id1537395854?i=1000541479891 3: Holiday Diet Culture https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/holiday-food-anxiety/id1537395854?i=1000499401137 TOPIC TIMESTAMPS: 6:15 Understanding diet culture and holiday dieting messages 8:45 Tips for successfully handling diet culture around the holidays 11:15 Planning for challenging food situations 13:40 Unhelpful holiday conversations with friends and family 15:10 The truth about holiday food 16:50 Dealing with triggering comments, exercise, food guilt, and shame 25:00 How to have positive food conversations 26:30 Improving your relationship with food 28:35 Standing up for yourself and rejecting diet culture and negative comments If you find value in this podcast and would like to support the show, join our patreon community! Become part of our Fiercely Fit and Fueled community today, and receive bonus episodes, merch, monthly recipes, access to an exclusive community message board, and have the chance to ask Lindsey your questions and get a podcast shoutout, and more! Head to patreon today patreon.com/femaleathletenutrition Your support means a lot! Need help with your fueling? Want to get in touch with Lindsey? Interested in the Female Athlete System of Transformation? Head to www.RiseUpNutritionRUN.com to learn more & book a call! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Previnex: https://www.previnex.com/ use code RISEUP for 15% off at checkout InsideTracker: www.insidetracker.com use code RISEUPNUTRITION for 20% off the entire store THIS PODCAST IS ALSO SUPPORTED BY: Orgain, head to www.orgain.com and use the code RISEUP30 for 30% off your first order. Repeat customers can use the code OA2203 for 25% off future orders. Practice Better Click the link below to view plans and get a 14-day free trial. Then use the code RISEUP20 for 20% off your first 4 months: https://practicebetter.grsm.io/runp Jen & Keri: https://jenandkeri.com/ use code RISEUP10 for $10 off your order
This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit virginiasolesmith.substack.com/subscribeWelcome to Indulgence Gospel After Dark! It's time for your November Extra Butter! We are dissecting 75 Hard (it's not a diet, it's about mental toughness). And Virginia has thoughts on her post-divorce body. If you are already an Extra Butter subscriber, you'll have this entire episode in your podcast feed and access to the entire transcript in your inbox and on the Burnt Toast Substack.Otherwise, to hear the whole conversation or read the whole transcript, you'll need to join Extra Butter. It's $120 per year, and is the hands down best way to keep Burnt Toast an ad- and sponsor-free space. PS. Don't forget to order Fat Talk: Parenting In the Age of Diet Culture! Get your signed copy now from Split Rock Books (they ship anywhere in the USA). You can also order it from your independent bookstore, or from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Target, Kobo or anywhere you like to buy books. (Or get the UK edition or the audiobook!) Disclaimer: Virginia and Corinne are humans with a lot of informed opinions. They are not nutritionists, therapists, doctors, or any kind of healthcare providers. The conversation you're about to hear and all of the advice and opinions they give are just for entertainment, information, and education purposes only. None of this is a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice.BUTTER & OTHER LINKSSellTradePlusLast month's Extra Butter: The anti-diet to alt-right pipeline.Chrissy King on the podcastThat Instagram postthe scene in the Barbie movie when all the Kens played PushTamara Malas Normandie TopAnthropologie Lace Layering TurtleneckVirginia's new little French pressone good pair of cords at Target CREDITSThe Burnt Toast Podcast is produced and hosted by Virginia Sole-Smith. Follow Virginia on Instagram. Burnt Toast transcripts and essays are edited and formatted by Corinne Fay, who runs @SellTradePlus, an Instagram account where you can buy and sell plus size clothing.The Burnt Toast logo is by Deanna Lowe.Our theme music is by Jeff Bailey and Chris Maxwell.Tommy Harron is our audio engineer.Thanks for listening and for supporting anti-diet body liberation journalism!
Welcome to Part Three of the Therapy Rocks! “Three Part” menopause series (Episodes 38, 39 & 40). In this episode Signe interviews Val Schonberg about nutrition in midlife and beyond, weight, bone health, and more. Val is dietitian and certified menopause practitioner with The Menopause Society. She is a registered dietitian with a Master of Science degree in nutrition from the University of Minnesota. She is Board Certified as a Specialist in Sports Dietetics, she specializes in eating disorders, sports nutrition, and midlife health. She owns a private practice in Atlanta, Georgia, where she also serves as a consulting dietitian for Emory Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics, the Atlanta Ballet, and the Atlanta Dream Women's NBA team. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and received the Excellence in Women's Health Award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Women's Health Dietetic Practice Group. To learn more about Val visit https://valschonberg.com/
Diet culture literally keeps us playing small, whether it's in our businesses, relationships, passions, or mental health... you deserve to play BIG and unapologetically take up space so you can reach your potential. This week's guest, Alana Van Der Sluys is here to teach us exactly HOW we can have it all, including food freedom.FOLLOW ALANA: https://www.instagram.com/freedomwithfoodandfitnessFOLLOW MARIE: https://www.instagram.com/marieewoldSHOP THE BLACK FRIDAY SALE: mariewold.com/blackfriday
Geneen Roth coined the terms "permitters" and "restrictors" to differentiate between two types of (disordered) eaters -- the latter, who tend to restrict food and adhere to food rules and regulations; and the former, who reject food rules and regulations. The rule-followers vs the rebels, if you will. Which camp do you identify with? What can we learn about ourselves and our relationship with food through the lens of these concepts? We'll discuss: What does it look like to be a permitter vs a restrictor? Overeaters Anonymous meetings felt like a meeting of restrictors for Sarah; but not for Stef The importance of choice in our mentality Sarah's experience at the gym and having to "set goals" What if you are both a permitter AND a restrictor? The goal is not just learning how to say yes or no to food; the goal may be to learn how to regulate ourselves and find the wise mind. Hmmm...but how do we do that?? Activation can occur as a result of imminent danger or emotional danger Join the LAD Membership Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – email@example.com Website – www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com Connect with Stefanie Michele: Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com NEW! Nervous System Regulation Course: https://www.iamstefaniemichele.com/sebegin Body Image Webinar + Workbook: https://www.iamstefaniemichele.com/get-started/p/bodyimage Connect with Sarah Dosanjh: Website – www.thebingeeatingtherapist.com YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBingeEatingTherapist Sarah's book I Can't Stop Eating is available on Amazon
Welcome to the 10 Weeks of Diet Culture! Over the next 10 Weeks leading up to Christmas week we are going to call out some of the biggest diet culture BS! Today we are reviewing 75 Hard! Shoot us a DM on Insta and let us know what diet you want us to call out next! Follow Find Food Freedom®: Instagram: @find.food.freedom TikTok: @findfoodfreedom Website:https://find-foodfreedom.com/ Join the FFF Membership and you can use code 'IWANTFOODFREEDOM' for 3 months free, join here: https://www.findfoodfreedommembership.com For more food freedom resources visit: https://www.findfoodfreedomresources.com & don't forget to grab your free gift!
Registered dietitian and author, Dana Sturtevant, believes that society has ruptured our relationship with food, movement, and our bodies. Food has become something to restrict and our bodies a project to tweak and “perfect.” But Dana believes it doesn't have to be this way. She has spent more than 15 years helping people let go of chronic patterns of dieting and disordered eating and move into a more authentic, sustainable way to occupy and nurture their bodies. Dana Sturtevant is the co-author of Reclaiming Body Trust: A Path to Healing and Liberation and the co-founder of the Center for Body Trust. In our time together, Dana discusses the origins of the Center for Body Trust, how diet culture so often gets in the way of trusting our bodies, how “health” has become an aesthetic, and how to engage joyful movement versus toxic fitness culture. Dana's insights are fresh and freeing. My hope is that this conversation may help lead us into more connected and nurturing relationships with our own bodies.Buy Melissa L. Johnson's book, Soul-Deep Beauty: Fighting for Our True Worth in a World Demanding Flawless, here. Learn more about Impossible Beauty and join the community here.
We've been having some ✨feelings✨ and we want to talk about them. This podcast is centred around body image and mental wellbeing and it would be dishonest of us to not address the bad as well as the good. So here's how we've been feeling lately... We are releasing weekly bonus episodes of the podcast. For just £1 a week you can now get an extra episode of Go Love Yourself! If you're already a subscriber on Apple Podcasts, or Patreon, you'll automatically get access to these bonus episodes. If you're not already a subscriber and would like to get ad free and early releases and twice as much Laura and Lauren, you can sign up: ⭐️Here if you listen on Apple Podcasts ⭐️Here if you listen elsewhere
Melissa Vasikauskas is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition-Food Science at CUNY Brooklyn College. She completed her dietetic internship at Stony Brook University Hospital. Melissa has been nutrition counseling for 7 years and specializes in helping people break out of chronic dieting cycles by teaching them how to properly nourish their bodies. Melissa helps people learn how to trust their bodies and to develop confidence in the choices they make. Using an intuitive, non-diet approach, Melissa's patients heal their relationships with food so that they can go on to live healthy, abundant lives. Melissa is also the mother to a nine-year-old and understands how important it is to develop a healthy relationship with food—not only for oneself, but for future generations. Learn more about working with me Shop my masterclasses (learn more in 60-90 minutes than years of dr appointments for just $19.99) Follow me on IG Learn more about working with Melissa Follow Melissa on IG
Today we welcome online Nutrition Coach and podcast host, Nicole Hagen. For years, Nicole was stuck on the diet culture roller coaster ride, trying to earn worthiness by following rigid food rules, counting calories, eating less, and exercising more. Only to end up exhausted, unhappy, and the farthest from healthy she had ever been. A few wake up calls later, she has now committed her life to helping women live full and vibrant lives without food fear, rules, or restriction. She works to help individuals create eating habits in a healthy and sustainable way. We have a really wonderful and fun, food positive conversation on nutrition, diet culture, and Nicole's journey. We also had the pleasure of joining Nicole on her podcast, Health, Wellth & Wisdom Podcast, where we discussed Body Dysmorphia, Medical Discrimination, and our own wellness journeys. You can find that episode from September 12th, everywhere podcasts are available. Listen on Apple Podcasts by clicking here! To learn more you can visit: https://nutritioncoachingwithnicole.com or follow Nicole on Instagram @nutritionwithnicole If you would like to receive a free health coaching consultation-- get in touch at courageouswellness.net or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review Courageous Wellness! We release new episodes each #WellnessWednesday This Episode is brought to you by BTR Nation. Save 20% on BTR Plant-Powered & Adaptogenic Protein Bars & Chocolate Truffle Cups -- with the cleanest label on the market -- with code: courageouswellness at checkout when you visit: https://www.btrnation.com Erica loves the Cinnamon Cookie Dough Energy Bars and Cherry Chocolate Truffle Cups & Aly always has the peanut butter chocolate bliss bars in her cabinet! This Episode is brought to you by Odyssey Elixir. Save 20% on Odyssey Sparkling Mushroom Elixir with code: CWPODCAST at checkout when you visit: http://odysseyelixir.com Our personal favorite flavors include: Dragon fruit Lemonade and Orange Ginger! This episode is brought to you by Milk+Honey. To receive 20% off your purchase visit www.milkandhoney.com and use code: CWPODCAST (all one word) at checkout! Milk+Honey is a line of non-toxic, effective, and safe bath, body, and skincare products made in small batches in Austin, Texas. Shop Vintners Daughter + Get 2-Day Free Shipping Meet NED: You can receive 15% off our favorite Ned CBD products, including the Hormone Balance Blend and the Full Spectrum Hemp Oil, go to www.helloned.com and enter the code CWPODCAST at checkout We are so excited to partner with Seed! You can save 15% on Seed Synbiotic by using code: courageous15 at checkout. Head to www.seed.com to learn more. Save 20% on Sakara clean boutique and meal delivery with code: xocourageous at checkout! Are you interested in becoming a health coach or furthering your nutrition education? We loved our program at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and are happy to offer our listeners a discount on tuition! To receive 20% off tuition use code: ALYSSAFRENCH20 and check out a Sample Class here.
Hi Warriors! We are dropping this episode early so that you can listen as you travel for Thanksgiving, while you are cooking, or just relaxing. We want you to have all the tools in your toolbox to combat any struggles that can creep up around food and diet culture. The stories we tell ourselves in our head, the indirect messaging, and direct messaging about food can really mess with us. It seems that even those of us who have done the work to heal our relationship with food and our weight can still get triggered. These triggers can happen at any time during the year, but the holiday season is often a time where they are amplified. Dr. Natalie Gentile, Board Certified Family and Lifestyle Medicine Physician and self proclaimed Healthcare Disruptor shares with us some tips on how to take care of our mind and body this holiday season. Dr. Natalie is a wealth of knowledge and has such a unique perspective as someone who is a Weight Neutral Direct Primary Care Provider. Sarah and I learned so much in this conversation. We will be taking these tips with us into all the festivities over the next two months and hope you find some that resonated with you too. Remember to Stay Wild and Weird Warriors, and take care of yourself this holiday season. Xo, Amy & Sarah Find all things UTI here. Have a story to share? Contact us here. Help us out with a short survey for what you want to hear next on the pod. Starting your own podcast and want an easy and affordable platform? Get your first month FREE by using this link. *The Unqualified Therapists Podcast is not giving medical advice as they are not actual doctors (Hence the name: Unqualified
Welcome to the 10 Weeks of Diet Culture! Over the next 10 Weeks leading up to Christmas week we are going to call out some of the biggest diet culture BS! Today we are reviewing, Fasting! Shoot us a DM on Insta and let us know what diet you want us to call out next! Follow Find Food Freedom®: Instagram: @find.food.freedom TikTok: @findfoodfreedom Website:https://find-foodfreedom.com/ Join the FFF Membership and you can use code 'IWANTFOODFREEDOM' for 3 months free, join here: https://www.findfoodfreedommembership.com For more food freedom resources visit: https://www.findfoodfreedomresources.com & don't forget to grab your free gift!
There is an intersection between cultural foods, racism, oppression, and diet culture. In this episode, Maria, Elizabeth and Tara speak with Dr. Hortencia Jiménez, a sociologist who has a mission to heal food and body image through UNdieting. She is leading the way with an indigenous, intersectional, social & racial justice lens. Topic discussed in this episode: The connection between systemic racism and diet culture. How food has been racialized from a sociological lens. How to embrace cultural foods, while finding balance in your diet. What role the patriarchy plays in diet culture. How Dr. Hortencia Jiménez entered into the anti-diet space. The damage that diet culture is doing to heritage and relationships Thinking of food as more than just calories. How to take action from this episode and continue to normalize this conversation. Dr. Jiménez was born in Nayarit, México and raised in Watsonville, California. She spent her childhood summers and teenage years working in the fields, picking raspberries alongside her grandmother. Dr. Jiménez is the first in her family to earn a doctorate degree from both her maternal and paternal side of the family. She received her B.A and M.A in Sociology from San Jose State University and Ph.D in Sociology from the University of Texas at Austin. Dr. Hortencia Jiménez is a Sociology professor at Hartnell College and founder of the Sociology Club and co-founder of the Student Parent Club. “Diet culture has gaslighted us to think our uniqueness is the problem.” Connect with Dr. Hortencia Jiménez: Website: http://hortenciajimenez.com TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@drhortenciajimenez Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drhortenciajimenez/ Let's connect and keep the conversation going! Tara De Leon, Master Personal Trainer Email: FitnessTrainer19@hotmail.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tara_de_leon_fitness Maria Winters, LCPC, NCC Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coaching_therapist/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/MWcoachingtherapy Website: www.thecoachingtherapist.com Elizabeth Harris, MS, RDN, LDN FB: Health and Healing with Intuitive Eating community https://www.facebook.com/groups/healthandhealingwithintuitiveeating Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ElizabethHarrisNutrition What was YOUR takeaway? Share it on socials and don't forget to tag us so we can share it too! What would YOU like us to discuss? We want to make this show helpful and effective, so reach out and let us know! Also, if you found this episode helpful, we'd really appreciate a 5-star rating and review on Apple podcasts so that others may find our show and discover a new way to rebrand wellness!
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Well, well, well. Hello, Holiday season. It's time for aunt Sally to talk about her January Whole30, and your cousins are probably off sugar this year, and maybe your mom comments about your weight or the food on your plate. Hopefully, none of this happens; but for most of us, it's a reality that has yet to see a miraculous revisioning, even when we hold out hope. So, perhaps...we hold hope while also preparing ourselves for what has always been. This episode is part holidays tips, part holiday pep talk. To hear the full episode, you'll have to be a paid supporter of the show on Patreon. And if you're able to join as a paid subscriber, that would mean the world (and be a lovely holiday gift!). Things we discusss include... Diet culture as a language we're unlearning Returning to our families who may have played a role in our relationship with food and body to begin with Navigating hard conversations Two ways to set boundaries in diet talk moments Protecting your peace and comfort Taking care of your physical needs Being prepared for, rather than shocked by, our people Walking your own path even when others are challenging you Resisting the urge to over-explain yourself, defend your choices, or convince others My husband, Jeb, joins me for this one, and he shares his perspective on boundaries and holidays through the lens of sobriety and addiction. Support the show: Enjoying this podcast? Please support the show on Patreon for bonus episodes, community engagement, and access to "Ask Abbie" at Patreon.com/fullplate Transcripts: If you're looking for transcripts, you can find those on my website, www.abbieattwoodwellness.com/podcast Social media: Find the show on Instagram: @fullplate.podcast Find Abbie on Instagram: @abbieattwoodwellness Group program: Looking for more support and concrete steps to take to heal your relationship with food and your body? Apply for Abbie's next 10-week group program: https://www.abbieattwoodwellness.com/group-coaching Group membership: Already been at this anti-diet culture thing for a while, but want community and continued learning? Apply for Abbie's monthly membership: https://www.abbieattwoodwellness.com/circle-monthly-group Podcast Cover Photography by Anya McInroy Podcast Editing by Brian Walters This podcast is ad-free and support comes from our Patrons on Patreon: Patreon.com/fullplate
I don't think I've met a single person who didn't experience a period when they just didn't want to exercise. They know it's good for them. They say they do enjoy it. But they're still feeling a lot of resistance. There are many reasons this happens, and you don't necessarily need to be a participant in Diet Culture to experience this unwanted lack of motivation and drive. But you should understand why it's happening so that you stop hanging out in the misery gap. In episode 225 of Fitness & Sushi, Deanna and I break down the reasons you're struggling to move your body. And we show you how to heal and improve your relationship with exercise so that you can either get out and exercise, or be at peace with not doing it. In this episode - “How to Get Back In the Exercise Habit When You Just Don't Want to Do It", you'll learn...
Happy Satiated Saturday! With Thanksgiving right around the corner, this is a time when food coping mechanisms can increase. Thanksgiving has become a Hallmark holiday of family peacefully gathering around a table to express their gratitude for each other while eating a beautifully cooked meal. When in reality, it can be filled with dysregulating conversation, overwhelming environments, and societally accepted binge eating. You may be picking up more cues of threat during this time, which can increase the urge to reach for food to regulate and self soothe. Patterns of binge eating have NOTHING to do with willpower. This has to do with your survival and sense of safety. In this week's episode, I chat with Amy Pershing, founder of Bodywise BED Recovery Program. We talk about what this binge eating disorder healing journey looks like, what a person healing from these behaviors with food needs to learn, approaching the journey in a body image neutral way, and be sure to listen to the end for questions you can ask yourself when feeling the urge to binge. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/healing-binge-eating-disorderWith Thanksgiving coming up, you may notice your binge urges increase. This is why I've put my Somatic Eating® Intensive on sale for 40% off until Tuesday, November 28th. You'll receive a 2.5 hour class along with a week of 1:1 Voxer support where you will be able to send me a message every day and receive individualized guidance back personally from me. Check it out HERE: https://satiated.mykajabi.com/offers/hLtWwyLY?coupon_code=SOMATICEATINGTHANKSWith Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxKeep in touch with Amy here:Website: https://www.thebodywiseprogram.com/Book: Binge Eating DisorderSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: email@example.comSupport the show:Become a supporter: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportMy favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingReceive 15% off my fave protein powder with code STEPHANIEMARA at checkout here: https://www.equipfoods.com/discount/STEPHANIEMARA?rfsn=7433250.c99684Use my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsound for the music in this episode. www.bensound.co...
Lo gets personal about her rocky journey with coming to terms with the changes in her body since having children. As moms, so many of us are grappling with the changes in our body, and because we live in diet culture, this is an ongoing difficulty. Lo shares her struggles and her accomplishments in learning to love her body. On this episode Lo discusses: Her feelings towards her pregnant body Her attempts to lose weight after having a babyThe realization that she has a body that does not fit the standard body seen in magazinesHer process of learning to love her bodyRead the book Fat Talk Coming of Age in Diet Culture by Virginia Sole-Smith using my Amazon Link to support the show! Sign up for the FIRST cohort of the childbirth education course at a 50% discount. Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify for more Milk Making Minutes episodes!To get delicious home cooked meals delivered right to your door in Ma, CT, RI Maine or NH go to the Feast and Fettle Website and use the code MILK for $30 off your first week! Make your voice heard on The Milk Making Community Group on Facebook!Find Lo's information at her website: www.quabbinbirthservices.comTo purchase books about breastfeeding, birth, or parenting that I love and help support the show, go here.
In this podcast episode we discuss how to navigate Thanksgiving and other holiday meals as someone who is healing their relationship with food (learning food freedom and intuitive eating) when you are around family members or friends who are deep in diet culture. We discuss what to do if they comment on your body, how you look or what you are eating.Desire a Proven Step-By-Step system to become an Intuitive Eater?Check out our membership here: https://www.nsnutrition.co/food-freedom-programsDesire to Stop the Binge for Good?Check out our upcoming Free Training here: https://www.nsnutrition.co/stopthebingeFollow us on Instagram for Food Freedom, Intuitive Eating & nutrition tips daily! https://www.instagram.com/nicky_nsnutrition/ https://www.instagram.com/shayna_nsnutrition/// ABOUT US (Nicky & Shayna) Hey, We are Nicky & Shayna! We make videos about Food Freedom, Intuitive Eating & Non-diet Nutrition. In addition to being on YouTube we also run a nutrition coaching business that teaches women how to heal their relationship with food through Food Freedom! With Food Freedom women are able to stop dieting & feel 100% in control around all foods. After following our proven framework, they are able to feel healthy, energized and happy while eating FOODS THEY LOVE! If you want our help or just want to learn more, check out https://www.nsnutrition.co *As always, this podcast episode is for informational purposes only and not a substitute for working with your medical professional.Support the show
How do we decide which beauty products we use, and are those choices really our own? This week, writer and beauty culture critic Jessica DeFino, author of the Substack The Unpublishable, sheds light on the alarming power of the beauty industrial complex. She and Unruly host Kimberly Drew unpack terms like “anti-aging” and how we are sold products under the guise of empowerment. In this episode, we learn how to divest from the idea of external beauty as inherent self worth. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome to the 10 Weeks of Diet Culture! Over the next 10 Weeks leading up to Christmas week we are going to call out some of the biggest diet culture BS! Today we are reviewing, GOLO! Shoot us a DM on Insta and let us know what diet you want us to call out next! Follow Find Food Freedom®: Instagram: @find.food.freedom TikTok: @findfoodfreedom Website:https://find-foodfreedom.com/ Join the FFF Membership and you can use code 'IWANTFOODFREEDOM' for 3 months free, join here: https://www.findfoodfreedommembership.com For more food freedom resources visit: https://www.findfoodfreedomresources.com & don't forget to grab your free gift!
Welcome to The Tara Talk, your go-to podcast for all things mindset + movement! Today Tara dives into the topic of intuitive eating and how to incorporate these practices into your daily life. Sharing her experience with shifting from counting macros to eating intuitively + how this improved her relationship with food. As well as tips and tricks for navigating the holiday season stressors. Episode Highlights: What is intuitive eating?How does intuitive eating work?The 10 principles of intuitive eatingListening to hunger cuesWhy you don't need to count macrosUnderstanding emotional eatingOvercoming binge eatingCalorie dense + nutrient dense foodsNavigating holiday season stressHow to eat mindfully + free PDF resource Download the FREE Mindfulness Food Tracker HERE Follow along on @taralaferrara for no BS fitness + life advice. Follow along on @thetaratalk for episode updates and extra content. Sign up for my newsletter HERE and never miss an update! Work with Tara:1:1 coaching (apply to see if this is a fit for you)TL Method (get a FREE week of workouts!)
Podcast host and author, Michelle Rayburn shares her powerful journey out of Diet Culture and into intuitive eating that may have been inspired by reading Heather's first book, "Compared to Who?" In this episode, Michelle discusses her struggles with body image and food, reflecting on the shame and pressure she felt for over 40 years. Michelle and Heather highlight the importance of addressing body image work before focusing on food changes. Michelle also delves into her personal journey with intuitive eating, emphasizing the freedom it brings and the ability to focus on relationships rather than food. The episode concludes with Michelle sharing her latest project, a bible study series called "Remade," which focuses on finding hope in difficulties and struggles. Other topics in this episode: Michelle's journey from restrictive plans and twice weekly weigh ins to finding freedom with food and comfort in the body God gave her. How Michelle's experiences with diet culture and beauty standards affected her relationship with faith and spirituality, and how did she navigate these challenges. How Michelle's decision to remove triggers such as wrong-sized clothes that were incentives for her body size contribute to her journey towards a healthier body image. How Michelle's shift away from diet culture and intuitive eating has positively influenced her relationships, daily life, and mental well-being. Learn more about Michelle Rayburn and her "Remade" Bible Study here: https://michellerayburn.com/ Learn more about Compared to Who?, the Body Image Freedom Framework online course and coaching program, AND the new 40-Day Body Image Workbook here: www.improvebodyimage.com Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
In this episode we navigate the maze of diet choices. Recognizing the frustration in deciphering conflicting dietary advice, we emphasize the absence of a universal diet, instead advocating for personalized approaches based on differing needs. From insightful discussions on elimination diets to the nuances of low histamine, oxalate, and salicylate diets, we share practical insights and personal anecdotes, debunking the one-size-fits-all myth. We get into the complexities of Carnivore diets, shedding light on cases where patients find relief but stress the importance of addressing underlying factors for long-term success. Listener questions spice up the conversation, touching on fish oils for Histamine Intolerance, insights on birth control transitions, and the intersection of Mast Cell Activation Syndrome symptoms with exercise. Join us for a concise exploration of diet culture, offering clarity and practical guidance for those seeking a personalized path to well-being. TOPICS: (02:58) Navigating different diets (07:53) How Becky & Krystal eat to feel well (19:35) What causes ovulation pain Questions from our listeners (22:40) Can you take fish oils if you have Histamine Intolerance? (24:01) Coming off birth control (26:43) MCAS symptoms and exercise Schedule consults here: drbeckycampbell.com
There is no doubt that I disagree with diet culture. But recently I've been noticing that a lot of these things that frustrate me with this culture are starting to show up in the anti-diet culture as well. Between the judging, the internal shaming, and the “cult behaviors”, the lines are starting to blur and the cycle we were trying to break has begun to repeat itself. In this episode, I'm talking with Jessica Brown about how anti-diet culture has started to become similar to diet culture. This conversation highlights some of the gray areas that aren't discussed as often. Jessica Brown has been a clinical nutritionist for over 20 years and is the author of the mind-body book, 'The Loving Diet.' She is a graduate of Stanford University's year-long Applied Compassion Teacher Training Program, where she explored how self-compassion can increase interoceptive awareness in individuals with disordered eating. Currently, she focuses her professional time on facilitating the eight-week self-compassion for disordered eating online groups she created. Her website and social media is The Loving Diet (www.thelovingdiet.com) Over time, the anti-diet culture movement has seen significant changes, with the original values and mission statement giving way to new perspectives and approaches. Tweetable Quotes "I feel like even people who we really disagree with, we can acknowledge that everyone messes up and that that was not a good journalistic moment." - Jessica Brown "Self-compassion isn't relying on things going your way. It's saying I can be with myself in any state, happy, hurting, confused, scared, and the premise of self-compassion is how would I treat a friend?" - Jessica Brown "At the end of the day, work on your own self-compassion." - Rachelle Heinemann "We're really focusing more on the culture that's been created around all of this phenomenal help that's been really abundant these days." - Rachelle Heinemann “It's sort of like the merging of common sense and looking at the science, which is if you eat a diet that's primarily ultra-processed food, you might run into some problems. But should we say you should never eat it?” - Jessica Brown Resources https://www.thelovingdiet.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/thelovingdiet/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheLovingDiet Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/@TheLovingDiet
Dive into a controversial topic with us. Let's ditch diet culture together and embrace wellness!We have been at this wellness thing for a long time and we have pretty chaotic lives, so you can count on us to give you the BEST hacks!!Meet your hosts:Sue McCarroll is the founder of Opal Wellness Studio and Caitlin Hatzenbuhler is the founder of Conscious Core. Caitlin and Sue have their unique styles of coaching women to increase self-care, self-compassion, navigate busy mom life and nourish their bodies mentally, emotionally, and physically.You can learn more about Sue at https://www.instagram.com/opal_wellness_studio/ and Caitlin at https://www.instagram.com/conscious_core_caitlinThank you for listening! Please take a moment to subscribe and review.This supports the Well2You Podcast in reaching more people who need to be connected to these impactful conversations.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/well2you-podcast/id1547156150?i=1000504170074https://open.spotify.com/show/7AE1vZFmBoxPvYfn5Abr1T?si=RjrXrOWoToKvZ5bmCcJSgwhttps://www.well2you.org/well2you-podcast
Happy Satiated Sunday! I grew up with certain family members always making comments on other's appearance. I know very well how frustrating it can feel to constantly have your body talked about or be around people who talk about other's bodies as if this is a normal thing that we do. During the holiday season, receiving or hearing comments about what you're eating or how you look can put your body into a fight, flight, freeze, or flop state. When you're around people you once relied on to survive in this world, your body can perceive those comments as highly threatening to your sense of safety and security. It's not just about your body and food. It becomes about, will I survive in this world and will those around me protect and care for me. Something that is meant to have so much safety around it, i.e. being in our bodies and eating food, becomes dangerous and threatening to our wellbeing. In this week's episode, I offer you a nervous system regulating action plan that you can practice through every holiday gathering to navigate food, family, and friends staying connected to yourself and your body's feedback. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/how-to-regulate-your-nervous-system-in-the-face-of-diet-cultureIf you try out this nervous system regulation action plan, email me and let me know how it went! With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show:Become a supporter: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportMy favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingReceive 15% off my fave protein powder with code STEPHANIEMARA at checkout here: https://www.equipfoods.com/discount/STEPHANIEMARA?rfsn=7433250.c99684Use my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsound for the music in this episode. www.bensound.co...
This episode is so chock full of information, I don't even know where to start! In this episode I interviewed my own weight loss coach that helped me lose 25 stubborn pounds and keep them off. As much as the weight loss was amazing, what's more amazing are the other changes I made to my mindset. In this episode you will learn all about what it takes to create lasting weight loss. You'll learn about terms like "insulin resistance," the true things that happen from the processed foods we eat, the real cause of weight gain, how to deal with urges and cravings, and all about what causes the dreaded "plateau" in weight loss that has derailed our progress countless times. Laura de Sans is a weight loss phycisian and mindset coach. After 15 yrs of practicing medicine she saw a lot of patients struggling to lose weight permenently. Classic diets treat being overweight as a symptom and that's why the solutions only work temporarily. In order to get to the root cause of the weight you need to understand why a person overeats. Laura found that people tend to over eat for one or more of the following three reasons... 1) over hunger (a hormonal imbalance) 2)over desire (your brain gives more importance to food than it has) 3)emotional eating (using food to neutralize problems) Luckily, all of these causes are fixable! This opens up a whole new paradigm in the weight loss industry, work on a deeper level where weight loss is the byproduct. "A lighter body starts with a lighter mind." You can find Dr. Laura de Sans on instagram @lastingweightlosswithlaura or email email@example.com
Have you been dieting since you were a child or young teenager? What impact has this had on your own body image? Do you wish your body looked like it did before you had babies? Amanda Mittman is a registered dietician, intuitive eating coach and body image coach who helps us to dissect how to both trust our own bodies to do what they need to do and validate the feelings of negative body image during the perinatal period. On this episode Amanda and Lo discuss: Amanda's own journey to end caloric deprivation and dietingThe impact of pregnancy and the postpartum period on our bodiesThe negative impacts of diet cultureDefining health at every sizeReach out to Amanda at her website: www.happyvalleynutrition.comFind Amanda on social media https://www.instagram.com/happyvalleynutrition/Read the book Fat Talk Coming of Age in Diet Culture by Virginia Sole-Smith using my Amazon Link to support the show! Sign up for the FIRST cohort of the childbirth education course at a 50% discount. Head to Apple Podcasts or Spotify for more Milk Making Minutes episodes!To get delicious home cooked meals delivered right to your door in Ma, CT, RI Maine or NH go to the Feast and Fettle Website and use the code MILK for $30 off your first week! Make your voice heard on The Milk Making Community Group on Facebook!Find Lo's information at her website: www.quabbinbirthservices.comTo purchase books about breastfeeding, birth, or parenting that I love and help support the show, go here.
All too often these days, bread gets a bad rap. In many ways, diet culture has taught us to fear “carbs” in all forms. Today's guest, however, helps us see bread in a new way. She not only invites us to see bread as a gift, but as a sacred reminder of God's presence and provision. Kendall Vanderslice is a professionally trained baker, speaker, and author, including her most recent title, By Bread Alone: A Baker's Reflections on Hunger, Longing, and the Goodness of God. Kendall is the founder of the Edible Theology Project, an educational media project connecting the Communion table to the kitchen table. She holds a master's degree in Gastronomy (Food Studies) from Boston University and a Master's of Theological Studies from Duke Divinity School. Both personally and professionally, Kendall explores how God meets us in preparing food and sharing food with others. In today's episode, Kendall shares how she has come to love bread, how being a baker has shaped her faith, how what we do with our bodies shapes us spiritually, and how she has come to see food as a gift, after experiencing a disordered relationship with food. Kendall's insights are fresh and important. May this episode open our eyes to the gift of food, the gift of our bodies, and how God is forming us and teaching us through all of it.Buy Melissa L. Johnson's book, Soul-Deep Beauty: Fighting for Our True Worth in a World Demanding Flawless, here. Learn more about Impossible Beauty and join the community here.
When you're stuck in Diet Culture you don't realize just how much you think about food. It's like there's a mental program running that's sucking up all your emotional bandwidth. How much do I eat? Am I eating enough? I shouldn't have eaten that. I really want that. Don't eat carbs. I'm hungry. When's my next meal? Don't eat another slice of pizza. Stop eating these cookies. Cravings. Calories. Protein. Eat less. Gluten. Dairy... ... and the thoughts go on. Of course, this isn't happening all at once. We usually get triggered by our body and decide to "get healthy", or lose weight, or eat better. And before you know it, you have a preoccupation with food. Unfortunately, this food obsession rarely leads to your desired results. In fact, it usually keeps you stuck right where you are, trying to control your body with food. Getting out of the cycle of food obsession is key to achieving your Ideal Body. In episode 224 of Fitness & Sushi, Deanna and I help you understand where this food obsession really comes from, and how to stop it. Because more times than not, we're the ones voluntarily (but unknowingly) creating this harmful situation. In this episode - “How to Break the Cycle of Food Obsession", you'll learn...
In today's episode of the Balancing Chaos podcast, Kelley hosts her former body image and food freedom coach and mentor Simi Botic. Simi is an intuitive eating counselor, health and life coach and the founder of Unmeasured, a virtual barre studio that embraces a judgement free non obsessive form of working out. Today she shares her journey from going to law school and being an attorney to becoming using her experience with freeing herself from restrictive eating and over exercising and connecting back with herself to help other women find the same sense of empowerment. Simi is also the author of "Letting Go of Leo," a book about breaking up with perfectionism and embracing your perfectly imperfect life.Today Kelley and Simi discuss how society conditions women to think they need to be small and quiet to be "good", how disordered eating causes hormonal imbalances, intuitive eating, offering yourself the permission to rest, how to build self confidence, and so much more. Tune in for a valuable lesson in reconnecting back to yourself and the happiness that comes with practicing self trust, helping you foster a fulfilling relationship with yourself.To connect with Simi, click HERETo connect with Kelley, click HERETo get 7 days FREE of Kelley's WBK method click HERETo get Kelley's FREE Health and Hormones Webinar click HERETo get 20% off Kelley's Health and Hormones Course + a FREE Lab Review click HERE and use code BALANCINGCHAOS20To get 10% off Kelley's WBK method app with your annual membership, click HERE and use code BALANCINGCHAOS
If you've ever counted calories yourself, chances are you've felt DeprivedOverwhelmedFrustrated…. With the process….you're not alone.And I've been there as well. And in today's podcast episode we're exploring what's behind these frustrations? Is counting calories something to be avoided at all costs? Or is there something that those who've successfully counted calories, lost weight, and felt peace know that those who struggle don't? Click play now and listen. If you want to learn how to leverage cravings to YOUR benefit to eat healthy consistently so you can lose 10-50lbs like my students keep an eye on this space over the next couple of weeks. Better yet, click here to be the first to know when my special surprise is ready!
In this episode of Hope Natural Health, Dr. Erin speaks with Dr. Michelle Tubman about ditching diet culture. Beautiful, healthy, fabulously fulfilled: you don't need to change your weight to have it all. You just have to change your mind. Body acceptance advocate Dr. Michelle Tubman, founder of Wayza Health, wages a powerful crusade against the prevalent unfair sizeism in our society via her podcast Thrive Beyond Size. Her one-on-one and group coaching opportunities liberate women from the dangerous diet culture that has dominated their lives ever since they were old enough to understand a world in which their weight determined their worth. A now- reformed chronic dieter who struggled with body shame and subsequent low self-esteem, Michelle set out to find the answers. She is certified with the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, becoming an intuitive eating and nutrition expert specializing in emotional eating. As a physician, Michelle is also double board certified in emergency and obesity medicine, with a thorough knowledge of the physiology of weight and metabolism. During this episode you will learn about: Defining diet culture Ditching diet culture How harmful dieting can be Women can book a call with Dr. Michelle anytime by going to clarity.wayzahealth.com Website: www.wayzahealth.com Social media: IG, FB and Tiktok - @wayzahealth Link to Testing: https://hopenaturalhealth.wellproz.com/ Link to Period Planner: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BBYBRT5Q?ref_=pe_3052080_397514860 For more on Dr. Erin and Hope Natural Health: Take the Period Quiz: https://form.jotform.com/230368188751059 Check out my Hormone Reset Program: https://hopenaturalhealth.practicebetter.io/#/619ef36b398033103c7b6bf9/bookings?p=633b5cca8019b9e8d6c3518d&step=package Dr. Erin on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.erinellis/ Dr. Erin's Website: https://hopenaturalhealth.com/ Hope Natural Health on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChHYVmNEu5tKu91EATHhEiA Follow Hope Natural Health on FB: https://www.facebook.com/hopenaturalhealth
This is a free preview of a paid episode. To hear more, visit virginiasolesmith.substack.comIt's time for your November Indulgence Gospel! Corinne is here. We're getting into fat fashion, fat hair, and Fat Friends. Plus a divorce update from Virginia. If you are already a paid subscriber, you'll have this entire episode in your podcast feed and access to the entire transcript in your inbox and on the Burnt Toast Substack.If you are not a paid subscriber, you'll only get the first chunk. To hear the whole conversation or read the whole transcript, you'll need to become a paid Burnt Toast subscriber. Also, don't forget to order Fat Talk: Parenting In the Age of Diet Culture! Get your signed copy now from Split Rock Books (they ship anywhere in the USA). You can also order it from your independent bookstore, or from Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Target, Kobo or anywhere you like to buy books. (Or get the UK edition or the audiobook!) Disclaimer: Virginia and Corinne are humans with a lot of informed opinions. They are not nutritionists, therapists, doctors, or any kind of healthcare providers. The conversation you're about to hear and all of the advice and opinions they give are just for entertainment, information, and education purposes only. None of this is a substitute for individual medical or mental health advice.BUTTER & OTHER LINKSSellTradePlusGap jeansMadewell skinny jeansone good pair of cords at Target Puracy stain removergrow light by SoltechCorinne's mini infinity hoopsCREDITSThe Burnt Toast Podcast is produced and hosted by Virginia Sole-Smith. Follow Virginia on Instagram or Twitter.Burnt Toast transcripts and essays are edited and formatted by Corinne Fay, who runs @SellTradePlus, an Instagram account where you can buy and sell plus size clothing.The Burnt Toast logo is by Deanna Lowe.Our theme music is by Jeff Bailey and Chris Maxwell.Tommy Harron is our audio engineer.Thanks for listening and for supporting anti-diet body liberation journalism.
Welcome to the 10 Weeks of Diet Culture! Over the next 10 Weeks leading up to Christmas week we are going to call out some of the biggest diet culture BS! Today we are reviewing, WHOLE30! Shoot us a DM on Insta and let us know what diet you want us to call out next! Follow Find Food Freedom®: Instagram: @find.food.freedom TikTok: @findfoodfreedom Website:https://find-foodfreedom.com/ Join the FFF Membership and you can use code 'IWANTFOODFREEDOM' for 3 months free, join here: https://www.findfoodfreedommembership.com For more food freedom resources visit: https://www.findfoodfreedomresources.com & don't forget to grab your free gift!
I literally couldn't believe my eyes when I opened up instagram and saw the reel of a fitness influencers account telling women how much cardio they would have to do to work off different types of candy and chocolate... *The year is 2003, toxic Fitness influencers are running rampant spreading hot dumpster fire trash advice all over the internet and promoting disordered eating by telling everyone to fear food & how to ‘bURn iT oFf' on a fckn treadmill* Oh wait, ha, just kidding the year is actually 2023 and toxic diet culture is more alive than ever
In this episode of the HTA50 Podcast, I welcome guest Deanna Schober, co-host of the Fitness and Sushi podcast. Deanna shares her personal journey of overcoming eating disorders and how it has shaped her approach to helping others develop a healthy relationship with food, body, exercise, and mind. As we delve into the topic, Deanna and I discuss the pitfalls of restrictive diets, the importance of self-care, and the need to prioritize emotional well-being. With our shared experiences and expertise, we offer valuable insights and practical strategies to promote lasting change and healing. This is especially appropriate with the year-end holidays approaching and all of the good food and desserts that go along with them! Throughout the episode, Deanna and I stress the significance of mindset shifts and creating personalized, sustainable healthy lifestyles. We emphasize the harmful effects of yo-yo dieting and how it fails to address underlying emotional issues and food relationships. Instead, we advocate for focusing on abundance, making informed food choices, and developing flexible guidelines rather than strict rules. With our holistic approach, Deanna and I aim to help listeners break free from the cycle of dieting and create lasting change that enhances their overall well-being. Listeners will also gain valuable insights into the nuances of health, as Deanna and I discuss the importance of addressing individual needs and goals, highlight the importance of informed decision-making for those with food intolerances, and the need to approach health in a shades-of-gray manner. Additionally, we tackle the topic of body image issues and the impact it has on both men and women. With our compassionate and experienced perspectives, Deanna and I offer support, guidance, and hope for anyone struggling with disordered eating and body image issues, regardless of gender. You can connect with Deanna and her husband Tony by listening to their podcast, Fitness & Sushi, and you can also connect with them on Instagram… Deanna: @deannaschoberTony: @tony.schober
Ever found yourself locked in the diet mentality, labeling food as 'good' or 'bad', and feeling the pressure to achieve perfection with every bite? You're not alone!In this episode, I've invited a fellow certified intuitive eating counselor, Alana Van Der Sluys to help us unpack the insidious role of perfectionism in our eating habits and diet culture. Together, we share personal anecdotes, discuss the pitfalls of the all-or-nothing mindset, the stress of external validation, and shed light on the damaging impact perfectionism has on our overall well-being.We also give you a sneak peek into Alana's upcoming book, "Freedom with Food and Fitness," a guide to letting go of perfectionism and embracing authenticity. Listen in for a potent mix of candid experiences, expert advice, and practical tips.To learn more about Alana and her work, connect with her on her website at www.freedomwithfoodandfitness.com , or follow her on Instagram @freedomwithfoodandfitness. Grab the FREE book: 3 EASY Ways to Boost Health With Intuitive Eating Get $250 in bonus gifts if you preorder Freedom with Food and Fitness before November 14- on Amazon and Barnes & Noble Looking for a place to learn more about midlife, menopause nutrition, and intuitive eating? Click here to grab one of my free resources and learn what I've got "on the menu" including my 1:1 and group programs. https://www.menopausenutritionist.ca/links
Anna L. and Elizabeth chat with Jenna Werner, a Registered Dietitian (RD), who runs a virtual nutrition coaching practice. They discuss the diet culture-fueled experiences people often face during the holidays, and tips for navigating these moments. They also explore some advice specifically for parents to help navigate scenarios such as feeling guilty about the foods we eat instead of focusing on enjoying them, and how to handle other adults who make negative comments about food and weight within earshot of children. Links: Happy Strong Healthy RD What the Actual Fork Podcast Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast Lutz, Alexander & Associates Nutrition Therapy Pinney Davenport Nutrition https://thirdwheeled.com/ https://m8.design/ https://www.sonics.io/ About Jenna: I am a food-loving, diet-hating, Registered Dietitian, online nutrition coach and mama. Happy Strong Healthy™ is not your average virtual nutrition coaching practice. It's built on the foundation that nutrition should not be a source of stress in your life. Food should make you feel good. Eating should be fun. And learning how to nourish your body with a “forever” mindset should be on your to-do list. My life's purpose is to help you quit dieting and fall in love with the way food makes you feel. Other than my 15 years of experience as a Registered Dietitian, I'm qualified to help you because I was you. I obsessed over “wellness” and tried every diet. I worked out for hours on end. I hated my body. Until I learned to eat to nourish my body, not to make myself smaller. And to love myself in that process. It's possible for you too. That's why we're here — to help you become your happiest, healthiest, and strongest self!
Happy Satiated Saturday! There is a reason that processed foods can create a perceived sense of safety in your body. You can rely on processed foods. They're consistent. They're unwavering. They show up for you and taste exactly the same every. single. time. When you've experienced trauma, processed foods can provide you with short term security that you're needing to feel like there's some order in an uncontrollable world.If your mind has told you that you're weak or addicted to eating processed foods, you might get curious about what you've binged on and how that food supported you in regulating even if it was only for a short amount of time. That short term safety was worth it.In this week's episode, I chat with Katherine Metzelaar, who is an eating disorder registered dietitian and CEO/Founder of Bravespace Nutrition. We talk about how diets are the initial spark toward disordered eating and eating disorder behaviors, the impact and lies we receive from diet culture, and we explore a different perspective on processed foods. You can also read the transcript to this week's episode here: https://www.stephaniemara.com/blog/breaking-down-the-facade-of-diet-cultureYou never need to navigate this path on your own. Be sure you're following me on any social media platform you like to use to continue to receive daily Somatic Eating® reminders.With Compassion and Empathy, Stephanie Mara FoxKeep in touch with Katherine here:Website: www.bravespacenutrition.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bravespacenutrition TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@katherinemetzelaar YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@KatherineMetzelaar Free Food/body image journaling calendar: https://www.bravespacenutrition.com/calendar-freebieResource: https://www.who.int/health-topics/social-determinants-of-healthSupport the showKeep in touch with Stephanie Mara:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_stephaniemara/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniemarafoxWebsite: https://www.stephaniemara.com/https://www.somaticeating.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephmara/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@stephaniemarafoxContact: firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport the show:Become a supporter: https://www.buzzsprout.com/809987/supportMy favorite water filter: https://www.pureeffectfilters.com/#a_aid=somaticeatingReceive 15% off my fave protein powder with code STEPHANIEMARA at checkout here: https://www.equipfoods.com/discount/STEPHANIEMARA?rfsn=7433250.c99684Use my Amazon Affiliate link when shopping on Amazon: https://amzn.to/448IyPl Special thanks to Bendsound for the music in this episode. www.bensound.co...
I'm running it back this week to one of your all-time favorite episodes from January, 2022 with the brilliant & talented Kate Lemere. Kate is a Chief Instructor and Founding Trainer at Barry's Chicago. She sat down with me for a proper smackdown of all things diet culture (and so much more). We discuss: How to get (and stay) informed from credible sources Fitness questions she's asked the most (and her answers to all of 'em) How to approach finding a routine that works for you Why Bala Bangles are kinda stupid (!!!) I also cover a listener q+a in this episode on the topic of Dry January– my thoughts on this phenomenon, what to know if you're considering trying it in 2024.
View This Week's Show NotesStart Your 14-Day Trial to Virtual Mobility CoachJoin Our Free Weekly Newsletter: The AmbushAdam Bornstein is a New York Times bestselling author who is rewriting the rules of nutrition and fitness. He is an award-winning journalist and the founder of Born Fitness. The former Men's Health fitness and nutrition editor and editorial director of Livestrong.com has seen a lot of trends come and go, and then something became clear: diet plans are designed to make you screw up. He wants to change that with his latest book, You Can't Screw this Up, released in May 2023.Adam is an old school legend in the health and fitness industry. We love that he is working to simplify complex behavior and his new book helps people ditch diet culture and build better habits with actionable advice. Adam also writes and produces Arnold Schwarzenegger's daily newsletter and we get to hear about what goes into that enormous undertaking.SPONSORSThis episode of The Ready State Podcast is brought to you by LMNT, a tasty electrolyte drink mix with everything you need and nothing you don't. That means lots of salt — with no sugar. You've got to add in salts to make sure you are absorbing all of that water you are drinking. If not, you might be just flushing electrolytes out of your system. Order through our link and receive a free sample pack with all of LMNT's flavors. Go to DrinkLMNT.com/TRS and check it out!•This episode of The Ready State Podcast is brought to you by Vitruvian, a technology that revolutionizes strength training. Kelly keeps his Vitruvian set up in the garage to get that last minute seesaw pressing in. Literally, Juliet will be standing with her suitcase waiting to head to the airport, and Kelly gets in some pressing on the way out the door. To learn more about Vitruvian, go to thereadystate.com/vitruvian.•This episode of The Ready State Podcast is brought to you by Momentous, a leading high performance lifestyle company making the best supplements and sports nutrition products for individuals looking to optimize all parts of their lives. Having muscle mass on your body is like having a longevity 401K, but you've got to have plenty of protein to build and maintain that muscle. Juliet has a scoop of Momentous protein with a scoop of Momentous Creatine and can hit her daily target easily. If you want to try Juliet's muscle and longevity stack, go to livemomentous.com/TRS and use code TRS for 20% OFF your first purchase.•This episode of The Ready State Podcast is brought to you by YETI, from coolers to drinkware to bags, YETI products are Built for the Wild. This episode of The Ready State Podcast is brought to you by YETI, from coolers to drinkware to bags, YETI products are Built for the Wild. There are times when packing weight realIy matters. The Starretts always reach for Yonder for adventures like paddling and biking. If you want to check out the lightweight and shatter resistant Yonder Water Bottle for yourself, go to thereadystate.com/yeti.
Welcome to the 10 Weeks of Diet Culture! Over the next 10 Weeks leading up to Christmas week we are going to call out some of the biggest diet culture BS! Today we are reviewing, Optavia! Shoot us a DM on Insta and let us know what diet you want us to call out next! Follow Find Food Freedom®: Instagram: @find.food.freedom TikTok: @findfoodfreedom Website:https://find-foodfreedom.com/ Join the FFF Membership and you can use code 'IWANTFOODFREEDOM' for 3 months free, join here: https://www.findfoodfreedommembership.com For more food freedom resources visit: https://www.findfoodfreedomresources.com & don't forget to grab your free gift!
I have to say, one of the coolest things about being a podcast host is meeting so many awesome people and learning about new ways of healing. Today, I got to do just that. Meet Jess Brock-Pitts, a licensed therapist and certified personal trainer. What's very cool about Jess is that she is helping people recover from trauma not just in therapy, but through weightlifting! That's right. She is a trauma informed weight lifter and uses principles from weight lifting to help her clients gain access to parts of themselves that may have felt inaccessible for a majority of their lives. In this episode, you'll hear how Jess found weightlifting and how it became an integral part of her own healing. You'll also hear from me as I talk through some of my own struggles with body image and weight loss, and how Jess works through some of these same issues with her own clients. Top reasons to listen to the entire episode: Learn about Jess's work as a therapist and trauma informed weight lifting trainer. Hear the main concepts around what it means to be trauma informed in any space. Listen to ways in which trauma recovery may be halted when it comes to healing. Hear Shaelene's personal share and struggle with body image. For anyone noticing an impact on their mental health due to body image, as well as those who know they need body work but don't love yoga or other moving modalities, give this episode a listen and tell me what you think! Full Show Notes Here: www.rebelmente.com/t-talk-podcast/jessbrockpitts Connect with Jess Brock-Pitts @enlightenwell www.enlightenwellllc.com Connect with Shaelene: Follow Shaelene on TikTok Follow Shaelene on Instagram Work With Shaelene Sign Up To Receive Emails From Shaelene DBT Group Practice Owners FB Group Thanks for joining us on the T-Talk podcast! If you enjoyed this episode, please give it a 5 star rating and review. This helps the T-Talk mission of creating accessibility to mental health support and decreasing stigma. Interested in advertising your business or services on T-Talk? Check out our Podcast Sponsorship page, where you can check out everything included in our Pod Sponsor Package and see if it's the right fit for you, your audience and your business! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t-talk-with-shaelene/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/t-talk-with-shaelene/support
Dive into a controversial topic with us. Let's ditch diet culture together and embrace wellness!We have been at this wellness thing for a long time and we have pretty chaotic lives, so you can count on us to give you the BEST hacks!! Meet your hosts:Sue McCarroll is the founder of Opal Wellness Studio and Caitlin Hatzenbuhler is the founder of Conscious Core. Caitlin and Sue have their unique styles of coaching women to increase self-care, self-compassion, navigate busy mom life and nourish their bodies mentally, emotionally, and physically.You can learn more about Sue at https://www.instagram.com/opal_wellness_studio/ and Caitlin at https://www.instagram.com/conscious_core_caitlinThank you for listening! Please take a moment to subscribe and review.This supports the Well2You Podcast in reaching more people who need to be connected to these impactful conversations.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/well2you-podcast/id1547156150?i=1000504170074https://open.spotify.com/show/7AE1vZFmBoxPvYfn5Abr1T?si=RjrXrOWoToKvZ5bmCcJSgwhttps://www.well2you.org/well2you-podcast
I'm talking about the similarities between diet culture and anti-aging culture, and the importance of being more discerning of the messages we're taking in, as part of the Body Image Series. Show notes: summerinnanen.com/282 In this episode, we talk about: - How aging concerns spans generations, - The surprising stats on the growth of the anti-aging industry, - That they both stem from and profit off of oppressive systems, - How anti-aging upholds anti-fatness, sexism, classism, and ableism, - That once you're invested, you have to keep investing, - A question to ask yourself to bring awareness to where anti-aging is impacting your decisions, - Plus so much more! Get the shownotes: summerinnanen.com/282 Get the free 10-Day Body Confidence Makeover with 10 steps to feel better in your body at summerinnanen.com/freebies If you're a professional who has clients or students that struggle with body image, get the Body Image Coaching Roadmap for professionals at summerinnanen.com/roadmap
In Steph and Laura's catch up today, the topic of vibrators of course comes up once again (wouldn't be a Monday episode without it), and we find out one of the girls may not be washing hers after each use. Is this normal? Let us know in our @kicpod DMs on insta! On another sex-related note, Laura's husband Dalton has something called sexomnia, where he's trying to get some in the middle of the night while he's asleep - so what does Laura do when he tries this? Also, today is a sad episode as a member of our KICPOD team finishes up with us