Are you aware of how important it is to have a positive, healthy relationship with food? Gab Cohen struggled with disordered eating for years. She healed herself mentally and psychologically, improved her relationship with food, and catapulted herself into bigger and better things.
If you guys don't know who this is yet, we are happy to introduce her! Brittani Lancaster is a body confidence and self love influencer who gained a following through viral TikTok videos about her eating disorder recovery. Her entire brand revolves around her motto ‘Balance is Key'. She promotes body confidence, eating disorder recovery, positive mindsets, and healthy body image. Brittani is best known for her ‘What I Eat in a Day,' that she makes to counteract diet culture. She hopes to inspire and help people love, embrace, and nourish their bodies. Brittani lets us into her recovery story and we talk about what recovery life is like, discovering joyful movement, and finding your “why” for healing. Find her on tiktok and IG @brittanilancaster
This week on Less Stressed Life, Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Emily Gutierrez. In this episode, we discuss PANS/PANDAS in kids.KEY TAKEAWAYS:What are PANS/PANDAS, what are the hallmark symptoms, & how to treat itWhat's part of the treatment pie in PANDASGUEST SHARED HELPFUL TIPS ON:Testing recommendations for PANS/PANDASHow can your PCP rule out strep?What supplements can help with the prevention & treatment of symptoms of PANDAS?ABOUT GUEST:Dr. Emily Gutierrez is the chief scientific formulator and co-founder for Neuro Nutrients and has over a decade of clinical experience managing patients in her busy practice with Neuronutrition Associates, one of the first pediatric focused functional medicine practices opened in the United States. Dr. Gutierrez received her doctorate from Johns Hopkins University with a focus in translational medicine as a doctor of nursing practice. She received her masters degree from the University of Texas at Austin and is board certified as a pediatric nurse practitioner. Dr. Gutierrez is also board certified through the Institute of Functional Medicine, board certified as a clinical nutritionist, and board certified as a primary care mental health specialist. In addition to actively managing patients in her private practice in Austin, Texas, she also is adjunct faculty at Johns Hopkins University where she lectures on integrative and functional medicine. Dr. Gutierrez has published in the peer reviewed literature multiple times, however one of her favorite accomplishments was publishing the first chapter on integrative and functional medicine in a textbook for primary care providers. Dr. Gutierrez continues to be an active researcher, writer, and speaker, and her passion for formulating science based nutrient compounds that met the strictest standards of quality and efficacy continue to be her favorite tool in managing patients.WHERE TO FIND :Neuro Nutrients - you can find them online at www.neuronutrients.comInstragram: @neuronutrition WHERE TO FIND CHRISTA:Website : https://www.christabiegler.com/On IG: instagram.com/anti.inflammatory.nutritionist/Shop our Favorites:christabiegler.com/shopLoving the podcast? Leave us a review and ENTER OUR GIVEAWAY NOW!Sharing & reviewing this podcast is the BEST way to help us succeed with our mission to help integrate the best of East & West empower you to raise the bar on your health story. Just go to https://reviewthispodcast.com/lessstressedlifeGot a question that you would like answered on the Podcast? Submit your question here:christabiegler.com/questionsWork Together: christabiegler.com/fssShop our Favorites:christabiegler.com/shop
In today's episode I had the great honor of chatting with Lauren Peterson of White Deer apothecary. I loved hearing about her journey as an artist, herbalist and educator. She taught a class on cyanotypes that lit a fire under me and was so fun and empowering! And I made a bunch of cyanotypes this summer. I chose all my favorite sun prints and compiled them into a calendar for the year. I will have them for sale on my website in the coming days! A few of the highlights in this class are hearing how Lauren is so resourceful and the ways she innovates when she makes fire cider. It was also so fun to hear more about her brand's evolution and how she weaves together creativity and aesthetics with her product line and teaching pedagogy. If you get a chance to buy any of her products, you will not regret it, everything she makes smells and tastes like absolute heaven! And it was so fun to hear about her approach to product design and radical flavor combining. A bit about Lauren:Bio:Herbalist Lauren Peterson is a Juniper-lover, Sacred Journey School of Herbalism graduate & now teacher, and owner of White Deer Apothecary. Lauren's passion for plants grew from her desire to deepen her connection with the natural world and nurture relationships that allow healing to take place. Her favorite places to be are outdoors, in the kitchen, and on the dance floor.Before we get into it, Please remember this show is for educational and entertainment purposes only and not to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, etc. any diseases or issues. Big shout out to Aaron Travers of the band Emptier for the show music. And thanks to all of you who listen, like, share, rate, and review the podcast.Links:Web- https://whitedeerapothecary.com/Instagram- @whitedeerapothecaryFacebook- https://www.facebook.com/whitedeerapothecaryOh! Also links for Sacred Journey School of Herbalism:https://gingerwebb.com/sacred-journey-school-herbalism/Instagram- @sacredjourneyherbalism Thyme in the Studio links:https://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/https://www.aidazea.com
This week Shelley Western (@shelley.western) joins us on the podcast to share her story with food and body obsession and her journey to freedom! Shelley is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Production Fit model and mom of 2 who helps women who struggle with body image & disordered eating learn to take care of themselves in an emotionally and physically healthy way. I talk to Shelley about: The history of her relationship with food and her body. Breaking free from restrictive voices and society norms. “Food does not have this morality, there's no good or bad.” Her binge eating experience. How she prioritized her nourishment to break the cycle. The messy middle part of recovery. Her experience with modeling and how that influenced her relationship to food and her body. Gaining the weight to gain her life back. The process of recovery as a mom and the healing of her relationship with her kids. + MORE And if you are tired of being stuck in this never ending cycle of feeling in control around food and your physique goals and then binging yet again… If you are ready to finally find peace with food, your body and exercise so you can be TRULY healthy and reach fitness goals in a way that doesn't sacrifice your life and happiness…Click here to fill out a coaching application and we can have a no-pressure chat to see if my services would be a good fit for you. Or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
How many jokes have you heard about calories? You know the ones where they don't count if you're standing up or upside down or if it's your birthday yada yada yada. Those are just some of the funny ones but there are also some pretty serious ones. These conversations can do a lot of damage. The fact of the matter is that getting hung up on strict calorie counting or strict restriction can actually contribute to seriously disordered eating patterns. And this can also contribute to seriously disordered exercise patterns. This conversation is no laughing matter and it's something that needs to be looked at carefully. Please take a listen to this, especially with respect to going into the holidays. If you would like more resources on disordered eating or exercise please contact me at email@example.com
What is the fine line between eating disorders and disordered eating habits? It is common amongst the entrepreneurial space? In this episode weirdly, I've deep into Tony's background with disordered eating, and how we see it very prominent in the female entrepreneur space. And how this might be the reason a lot of entrepreneurs are misaligned and have imposture syndrome. Like this episode ? Let me know who you want to see next on the podcast over on ig ! Check out My ig Follow toni on IG --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fearstofit/support
This is a little mini Q&A I did about binge eating vs disordered eating, releasing food guilt, what you really need to stop binge eating & so much more. ENJOY!!!My Trust With Trigger Foods Masterclass is happening TOMORROW!! DM me on Instagram for the details!!CONNECT WITH LORNA:---> Instagram @lorna_bingeeatingcoach---> Tiktok @lorna_bingeeatingcoach---> Join my signature group coaching program, Ditch Decade Diets Academy & end binge eating for GOOD!---> DOWNLOAD FREE GUIDE: Top 3 Tips To Stop Binge Eating---> Join my private Facebook group Ditch The Diet & End Binge Eating Support Group. I do LIVE training every week and it's a great place to surround yourself with other women who also are ready for food freedom!
In Episode 88 of the Macabolic Podcast, I was joined by Shannon Beer and James Walsham to discuss whether body image issues and disordered eating is indeed prevalent male issue too (not just female). We discuss what it is to "be a man" and how hard it can be for any male who feels like they fall short of this "alpha dude". We also discuss why it's especially difficult for males to speak up, be open and seek help from others in this context. James and I largely provided our own personal experience, whilst Shannon provided more of a research-theory-type perspective. @mackenziebaker_ @james_walsham @shannonbeer_
In this episode one of my past client's Kelsey shares her story of overcoming binge eating, healing her relationship with food and exercise as a former college athlete, and the rocky journey of body acceptance. Join us as we discuss: Where Kelsey's food and body image issues started. During her collegiate years, she was a perfectionist with a goal-oriented mindset, and these traits affected her body image after she stopped competing. Her binges and the ebbs and flows of control after dieting for a significant period of time. Acknowledging how excessive dieting, negative body image, and restriction were influenced by her self-sabotage narrative. Beginning her recovery with her “all-or-nothing” mindset. Exploring food freedom and experiencing being more present in life. The importance of connecting with others and utilizing a support system is crucial to your recovery. + MORE Resources talked about in this episode: Bri Campos @bodyimagewithbri - Body Image Coach And if you are tired of being stuck in this never ending cycle of feeling in control around food and your physique goals and then binging yet again… If you are ready to finally find peace with food, your body and exercise so you can be TRULY healthy and reach fitness goals in a way that doesn't sacrifice your life and happiness…Click here to learn more about my services. Or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
In today's session, we discuss helpful tips to navigate comments and conversations regarding food/eating disorders during the upcoming holidays. Join us as we practice different ways to remain aware of eating disorders and those who struggle with them. Below is the article referenced in this episode:ANAD Disordered Eating Statistics NEDA Help and Hotline Be sure to share your questions and suggestions with us at:Email: email@example.comInstagram: @thecounselingclinicpodcastWebsite: thecounselingclinicpodcast.com
Ashley and Rebecca from The Crohn's & Colitis Dietitians talk about all things IBD-related. In this episode Ashley and Rebecca talk about their early days of IBD and also challenges with disordered eating. Ashley starts off the episode talking about how when she was a runner in college she would often push her body beyond it's limits and through injuries, IBD and asthma. She realized that she needed to be paying more attention to her body's signals that it was overtaxed. Rebecca talks about the pressures of diet culture, how she also struggled with disordered eating in college and how she was being very hard on herself with over exercising and restricting calories. One day she knew she had to make changes when she felt like she would pass out from the the over exertion. Ashley says that she has worked through disordered eating through therapy and finding ways to process pain and struggles. She has decided to make peace with her body and also appreciates her body more. Ashley also talks about a self compassion exercise that has helped her to acknowledge her fears but remember that the fears don't have to control her. Rebecca and Ashley both agree that supportive relationships are so important because those that support us can help us to reframe our experiences and encourage self acceptance so that we can focus on healing.
My relationship to my body has not always been a good one. In fact, for many years, I had a TERRIBLE relationship to my body. I hated my body, I abused my body, I talked down to my body.....just like so many of us do. However, I am so grateful to say that I have absolutely healed this relationship to my body, to food, and to how I view the sacred home & vessel that is my body. In this episode, I share about how far I've come in my healing journey, the tools that I used to get there, and how loving and accepting your body can give you the confidence that you desire. TOPICS INCLUDE:1. My Experience with Disordered Eating & Orthorexia2. The Dangers of the Dance Industry 3. Low Self-Worth & Seeking Validation4. The Keys to Healing Your Relationship with Your Body confiDANCE Enrollment & Info: https://calendly.com/highvibeheels/free-discovery-call-for-chm-with-ashlynhttps://highvibeheels.mykajabi.com/confiDANCE-info-page Connect With Ashlyn on Social Media:https://www.instagram.com/high.vibe.heels/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-Xn1jeHIIyWBVXOkgdtjpQ
What are disordered eating and eating disorders? Today I am joined by Dr. Theresa Bussert and she gently shares with us the difference between disordered eating and eating disorders, and the best ways to support a person who is struggling with eating disorders. Dr. Bussert is a therapist, coach, educator, and advocate for people looking to live beyond their eating disorders. She shares with us just how the spectrum of disordered eating and eating disorders can start and how the most important tool to healing is separating the person from the disorder. Join Heather and Dr. Theresa Bussert as they discuss how to spot signs of eating disorders, how to best support a loved one suffering from eating disorders, and that there is life beyond your disorder. Do not miss these highlights:00:40 – Introduction to November 29th's episode topic. You won't want to miss out!00:55 – Trigger alert for today's topic03:00 – LGBTQIA+ E-book03:55 – Introduction to Dr. Theresa Bussert06:04– Dr. Theresa Bussert tells us a little bit about herself06:36 – The difference between disordered eating and eating disorders (ED)08:26 – How thoughts and behaviors are connected to disordered eating and eating disorders and tips for helping a person going through it.12:10 – Healing from ED is about defusing who you are from your ED13:54 – ED as a coping mechanism at its starting point 17:11 – Helping someone with an ED to understand why they are doing that versus just telling them to eat 19:18 – Dr. Theresa Bussert introduces us to the book Life without ED by Jenny Schaefer29:00 – The connection between ED and the LGBTQIA+ community41:36 – If you have any ED concerns feel free to reach out to Dr. Theresa Bussert44:25 – LGBTQ & A segment Work with Heather:Have a question for Heather? Call 847-448-1212, leave a message, and tune into future episodes to hear her answer!!Website: https://chrysalismama.comFor e-book: https://learnwith.chrysalismama.com/bookWork with me: https://chrysalismama.com/work-with-me/Magic Mind Info:I'd love for you to join me. Remember, you can get 20% off your entire purchase using the code BREATHE14. All the details are in the show notes and all over social media! And remember to tag #14daysofmagic to help save the Amazon! About our guest:Dr. Theresa Bussert has been a therapist, coach, educator, and advocate for people who struggle with who they are beyond a lifetime of disordered eating. For the past 20 years, she has helped her clients find a new path moving forward leaving disordered eating and self-critical thoughts in the past. She is trained in Clinical Social Work, Psychology, and Mindfulness and uses this wisdom to help support her client's journey through recovery.Free Gift:Grab my Stop Binge Eating Guide and learn how to take your control back!https://www.theresabussert.com/NTBGuideAlso, I am doing a Holiday Survival Strategic Plan webinar/workshop on November 16th. You can register in advance:https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYscOmvqT8iGNADinlmvAfdLCSgMLogKv5sAfter registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the...
Marisa Michael is a registered dietitian nutritionist with 20 years of experience who specializes in eating disorders in athletes and climbers. We talked about the characteristics of eating disorders, the line between eating for performance and disordered eating, why losing weight won't make you climb harder, recommendations for climbers and youth athletes, intuitive eating, Marisa's sweet tooth, and much more.Eating Disorders Helpline:nationaleatingdisorders.org/help-support/contact-helplineListen to more top nutrition episodes!thenuggetclimbing.com/top-listsCheck out Crimpd!crimpd.comOr download the Crimpd app! (Available for iOS and Android)Check out PhysiVantage!physivantage.com (link includes 15% off coupon)Use code "NUGGET15" at checkout for 15% off your next order!Check out Petzl!petzl.comOr shop for Petzl quickdraws at your local climbing shop!Check out Arc'teryx!arcteryx.comArc'teryx Presents: Free as Can Be We are supported by these amazing BIG GIVERS:Leo Franchi, Michael Roy, David Lahaie, Robert Freehill, Jeremiah Johnson, Scott Donahue, Eli Conlee, Skyler Maxwell, Craig Lee, and Mark and Julie Calhoun Become a Patron:patreon.com/thenuggetclimbingShow Notes: thenuggetclimbing.com/episodes/marisa-michaelNuggets:0:05:03 – What Marisa had for breakfast0:07:04 – Overview of the conversation to come0:08:37 – The difference between a registered dietitian and a nutritionist0:11:03 – Working with athletes and disordered eating in her practice0:12:32 – Why Marisa chose to specialize in working with athletes who struggle with disordered eating0:15:13 – What Marisa hopes to accomplish in this episode0:17:03 – A bit about my (Steven's) experience with disordered eating and the biggest question I have for Marisa0:18:44 – What distinguishes an eating disorder or disordered eating?0:23:33 – Discipline and eating for performance vs. disordered eating… Where is the line?0:30:13 – Personifying your eating disorder0:31:57 – How my mindset shifted from self-care to anxiety after losing weight0:35:27 – Discipline doesn't have to mean ignoring your body cues0:36:25 – What the data says about weight and climbing performance, and why we should all calm down about weight0:38:02 – One thing that might have prevented my eating disorder if I had known them sooner0:39:38 – BMI and finger injuries, and disordered eating in elite climbers0:41:38 – Is weight cycling ever appropriate?0:45:48 – Another thing I wish I had known sooner, and breaking training PRs this summer0:49:03 – Food is fuel, and it's also more than fuel0:49:58 – “It depends”0:52:03 – Intuitive Eating as a framework0:54:11 – The 10 principles of Intuitive Eating0:56:23 – How to navigate our modern food environment with Intuitive Eating (so you don't eat Oreos for breakfast)1:01:41 – Marisa's sweet tooth and she navigates it1:04:52 – Is it ok to celebrate with food after a send?1:06:35 – Marisa's thoughts on “moderators” and “abstainers”, and the plate of cookies example1:11:57 – How restricting leads to bingeing1:17:04 – Marisa's general eating recommendations, and recommended macros for climbers1:20:17 – Food timing1:22:03 – Intermittent fasting: yay or nay?1:23:45 – Patron question from Karl: How do you navigate intuitive eating if you don't get hungry?1:25:15 – How to calculate your daily energy needs1:27:19 – Patron question from Shawn: How do we get enough protein in a healthy way?1:29:10 – Marisa's thoughts on eating meat1:31:47 – Marisa's thoughts on eating fat1:32:47 – Patron question from Vicente: Prefered supplements?1:36:47 – Patron question from Jaime: Any tips on how to lose body fat for people who are stuck?1:38:05 – Marisa's thoughts on the ketogenic diet1:41:57 – Marisa's thoughts on veganism and vegetarianism1:44:38 – Patron question from Cody: What is a good starting point for someone who is trying to heal an unhealthy relationship with food?1:47:22 – Patron question from Wren: How can all climbers contribute to a healthy environment surrounding food/body image?1:51:13 – How to respond to jokes about food restriction1:53:39 – Are there any foods we should avoid?1:55:43 – Marisa's master's thesis, studying eating patterns in youth climbers, and recommendations for parents and coaches2:00:58 – Favorite pre-climbing snack2:02:08 – How important is protein before or during climbing/training?2:03:31 – Studying amenorrhea in female IFSC athletes2:07:47 – “Eat enough.”2:08:53 – Wrap up
I want to start by giving a trigger warning. In this episode, I discuss my eight-year rollercoaster of disordered eating habits and how eating mindset, body shaming, and food guilt play a role in our habits. We will discuss breaking down disordered eating habits and diving into the little things that can contribute to unhealthy relationships with food. I love you guys so much. Thank you for being the kindest, most supportive community and allowing me to feel so seen, heard, and comfortable discussing something so personal and important. This episode will have two parts to it, and next week we will dive deep into the concept of eating 60-80% healthy + learn new healthy eating habits. More resources are linked on my IG story highlight 'PODCAST' I am sorry about all of the P pops in this recording. I realized halfway through that I was really close to the mic. TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@shelbysacco5?lang=en IG: https://www.instagram.com/shelbysacco5/ Sad to Savage Six-Week Class Application: https://b3kq5rhg99n.typeform.com/to/Em4f4W1g?typeform-medium=newtab-linktree&typeform-source=linktr.ee Website: https://sad2savage.com/
When you think about someone with an eating disorder, you probably picture an extremely thin teenage girl, thanks to media-driven stereotypes, but the truth is that eating disorders can impact people of any age, gender, or body composition. In fact, even elementary-aged kids are at risk. That's why today, I'm bringing Courtney Vickery, MS, RD, LD on the show to shed light on what puts a child at risk for developing an eating disorder and signs that a child might be suffering from one. As a Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and eating disorder survivor, Courtney is a wealth of knowledge on pediatric disordered eating. You'll walk away from this episode feeling on fire for rejecting diet culture and weight stigma so you can create a ripple effect that helps the kids in your life develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies. Connect with Courtney: https://www.vickerywellness.com/ https://instagram.com/vickerywellness https://decletdesigns.com/ https://www.instagram.com/decletdesigns/ Connect with The Katie: Book a Free Strategy Call | www.katiehake.com/schedulhttps://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/0221p16.shtmle Join The Free Community | https://www.facebook.com/groups/fitfriendshappyhourpodcast/
Did you know that 1 in 2 American women will fracture a bone due to osteoporosis? As a woman, it is essential that you care about your bone health. For those that have struggled with an eating disorder and period loss, those can be huge contributing factors to early onset osteoporosis. But there are things that we can do in our daily lives to help us lower that risk of losing bone at such a quick rate. Today, I'm speaking with Rachel Ridgeway. Rachel is an Osteoporosis and Senior Fitness Specialist, as well as the owner of Ridge Senior Fitness, a company that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for older adults. Her focus is teaching strength and balance techniques to help all of her clients age gracefully and prevent future injuries. In this episode, we cover: How the loss of your period can impact bone health (1:12) How Rachel got started in focusing on bone health (5:18) Why we should care about our bone health (7:24) The signs of osteopenia (12:51) What kind of content Rachel shares with her audience (17:30) The first step women can take if they feel like they need help (20:05) What encouraged Rachel to join the Online Academy (25:12) Rachel's biggest fear when it came to niching down (30:01) The best and worst parts of social media growth (36:24) The income and lifestyle changes Rachel experienced after being in the Online Academy (40:04) Different ways you can train to improve bone health (45:04) This episode is sponsored by the Online Entrepreneur Academy. Are you a dietitian or female wellness expert that's feeling undervalued in your job? Not passionate about what you're doing, or are you working one to one with clients now and want to scale your private practice to group an online coach courses and programs, then OEA is perfect for you. This is a three month high touch coaching program and we are currently enrolling for our next cohort. Apply for the Online Entrepreneur Academy here.
Tyson the Trainer aka "The cereal king" is a no-BS and very outspoken PT and Nutritionist and from looking at his socials, you never would have guessed that he used to suffer from disordered eating and confidence issues.In this episode Tyson shares his own 3 year long battle with binge eating.He talks about how what started off as a normal "diet" spiraled into a full blown eating disorder where he was stuck in the way too common binge-restrict cycle.Fast forward to now and Tyson is fully recovered and has worked as a PT and Nutritionist for 8 years. He now helps males and females find TRUE "healthy eating" and build confidence within themselves.Some topics that were spoken about:What Triggered My Eating Disorder ThoughtsPowerful Keys to Overcoming Eating DisorderSigns of Disordered Eating (and How to Seek Help)Eat Like An Adult - For People Who Want To Eat RightHow To Be More Outspoken And ConfidentEnjoy this informative episode!Please leave us a review to let us know what you think of the podcast.Tyson's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tysonthetrainerr/Elin's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/elingranstrand/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/womensfitnessacademy_aus/Watch our episodes on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6sMl76TpWV9sE5kchn6EgQ
In this episode Nicky shares why she started dieting and how is quickly spiralled into disordered eating and disordered behaviours. Nicky get vulnerable with how horrible her relationship with food was and how helpless, frustrated and unhealthy her symptoms were. If you want support in your Food Freedom/ Intuitive Eating journey (so you don't feel like you are failing), apply for a spot in our Membership here:https://www.nsnutrition.co/membershipThe Foundation of Daily Health, AG1 by Athletic GreensUnlock Your Free One Year Supply of Vitamin D3+K2 and 5 free Travel Packs Support the show
Today we're debuting a new Q&A feature, where we check in with experts and warriors with lived recovery experience to answer your recovery related questions. Dr. Ann Saffi Biasetti is our featured expert for this Q&A. She's the author of one of our featured book club reads “Befriending Your Body: A Self-Compassionate Approach to Freeing Yourself from Disordered Eating.” Dr. Ann is a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in eating disorders and body image issues, and has been in practice for over 30 years. CONNECT WITH DR. ANN Website Befriending Your Body on Amazon Awakening Self-Compassion Cards: 52 Practices for Self-Care, Healing, and Growth
TW: Disordered Eating We're exploring teens in crisis outside of the Degrassi cinematic universe and were traveling to Full House to see them *attempt* to tackle disordered eating in just 23 short minutes! We watched Full House "Shape Up" Season 4 Ep 8: In light of Kimmy's upcoming pool party, DJ begins a crash diet and overexerts herself exercising. When Stephanie notices the problem, DJ swears her to secrecy, but the secret is out when DJ collapses during a family outing to the gym. Become a Patron on the Solid Listen Patreon! Connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Find The Unofficial DTNG Playlist on Spotify and Apple. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My guest on the podcast this week is Brittany, a Registered Dietitian who helps clients break free from diet cycles and stop thinking about food 24/7. Using an intuitive eating approach, she helps people who have had a long and complicated relationship with food and their bodies to FINALLY find peace and confidence. You can learn more about Brittany and her story by visiting her Instagram account @foodfreedomlife. In this episode, Brittany and I talk about: What brought Brittany to start this work. Her eating disorder story. How it felt being consumed by food thoughts all the time. And how she reached her rock bottom. Letting go of her restrictions to move through recovery. Working with clients who fall all over the spectrum of eating disorders. How her inner child work helped her share her story. + MORE Resources talked about in this episode: @im_powering - Imee eating disorder & mental health recovery Listen to Brittany's podcast: The Food Freedom Life Podcast Visit Brittany's website to learn more about her 1:1 coaching program. And if you are tired of being stuck in this never ending cycle of feeling in control around food and your physique goals and then binging yet again… If you are ready to finally find peace with food, your body and exercise so you can be TRULY healthy and reach fitness goals in a way that doesn't sacrifice your life and happiness…My new and improved group program, Binge & Period Recovery 2.0 is here!!! Click here to learn more. Or, send me a DM on IG if you have any questions about the program!
In this episode, we discuss the roots causes that I see for POTS. Everything from nutrient deficiencies (which I check with an HTMA test here. Also, looking for mycotoxins which can be found here. We also discuss overactive nervous systems. I reccomend mindfullness practice as well as a limbic conditioning program like the GUPTA program or DNRS. PCOS, I discuss root causes as well. It is so important to look at phase 1 and 2 liver detoxification as well as methylation capacity when dealing with hormones imbalances. The DUTCH can be ordered here. Lastly, I speak on long term effects of eating disorders. Nutrient deficiencies, overactive nervous systems, and how to rebuild a system that has been restricted for a season in your life.For questions- please email me at firstname.lastname@example.orgAlso, follow me on IG @dr.stacy.nd for more info on all of these topics!
In this episode I talk about my disordered eating, how lots of triggers have been making life extra hard right now, and how sometimes the thing that's bad for us is the thing that we want to do most. If you want to join our little OTJMA community you can do so at patreon.com/ohthatsjustmyautism. Give a follow on IG @oh.thatsjustmyautism or reach out via email email@example.com
Are you ashamed of your body?Are you ashamed of yourself and your eating habits?You're not alone my love. Shame lays at the core of our health challenges and is something that every woman struggles with.Understanding shame and learning to heal from these old patterns is the key to a healthy and happy relationship with food (and yourself) for life.Join me this week with a very special guest, Kyira Wackett, as we dive deep into the sometimes painful yet important topics of shame, eating disorders and anxiety.In this episode:How to rewrite your story in any given moment - even when it doesn't feel possibleWhat is shame and where does it come fromWhat is the link between shame and disordered eating and addiction?How to begin moving through shame in a healing wayEasy first steps to begin feeling and honouring all parts of yourselfHow to know what kind of support we needMore…Kyira Wackett is a licensed mental health therapist, facilitator and creator. She lives in Portland, OR with her husband, Jordan and her daughter, Everly. She is the owner of Adversity Rising where she equips people with the confidence and skills to write their own story. She also sees patients in a private therapy practice treating eating disorders, anxiety disorders and trauma.She has been speaking on topics related to mental health and well-being for over 10 years and focuses on balancing insight and action to create meaningful and sustainable change. Her specialties lie in communication, boundary setting, distress tolerance, forgiveness (self and others) and cognitive reframe and empowerment. She believes that all of us have the capacity to author our own stories and relinquish the holds of shame, fear and anxiety if we can learn to do the hard work, sit in the discomfort to face our true selves, and trust the process.Connect with Kyira:Website: https://adversityrising.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdqCNF8lI6hq8U2GNQsAJkQ/videosLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kyira-wackett-86004279/Additional Resources Mentioned in this Episode:TedTalk: The Benefits of not being a jerk to yourself - Dan Harris Burnout bookUnlocking Us episode with Viola Davis******************Ready to kick emotional eating for good??? Get instant access to the brand new FREE 3 part Emotional Eating Workshop series here: https://coach.danielledaem.com/stress-eating-series******************Come hang out with me and keep the conversation going on social media ➠Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/danielledaemcoachingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/danielledaem/Join the Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/simplybalancedhealth➠ Ready to finally break free from sugar addiction and discover ultimate food freedom (that lasts)? Get on the VIP waitlist for the next round of my signature Break Free From Sugar 10 week Program here: https://coach.danielledaem.com/BFFS2021
*Trigger Warning* This episode contains discussions surrounding eating disorders, disordered eating, weight loss and diet culture. More about Meagan: Dr. Meagan Gallagher is a Clinical Psychologist at Integrated Wellness in Ottawa, Ontario. In her practice she works with adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are experiencing a range of difficulties related to mental health concerns, interpersonal and relationship problems, and adjustment to major life transitions. Dr. Gallagher has specific interests and extensive experience in the assessment and treatment of Eating Disorders and body image concerns, Anxiety Disorders, trauma informed therapy, and adolescent mental health. She is passionate about Intuitive Eating, working from a HAES approach, and to breaking down the “wellness” obsession. In addition to her clinical practice, Dr. Gallagher provides clinical supervision and consultation to regulated health providers. She is also active in providing public education, and training and education to health care providers in the areas of Eating Disorders, body image, and mental health. Website: www.integratedottawa.ca Instagram: @dr.meagan.gallagher Facebook: Dr. Meagan Gallagher, C.Psych. --------- More About Eleni: Eleni Agresta MS RDN is a weight inclusive registered dietitian who helps women heal their relationship with food and their bodies. She works with clients virtually and is a Health at Every Size (HAES®) aligned healthcare provider. Instagram: all.bodies.nutrition Want to work with Eleni? Apply here! https://evvqz6ycg6p.typeform.com/to/xHjy4uri?typeform-source=linktr.ee
In the latest episode of the Simply Fit Podcast, I have the pleasure of speaking with Dr Melissa Rizk. Melissa is an eating disorder specialist with a PhD in cognitive neurosciences. After decades of battling her own eating disorder, Melissa has come full circle and now lives a life free of eating disorders and helps others do the same. The prevalence of challenges when it comes to our relationship with food, exercise and our bodies is huge, so if you've ever experienced any of these, this will be a great listen for you. In this episode you can expect to learn: What does normal eating actually look like? How we can achieve our biologically appropriate weight. Along with what some of the best practices are for improving your relationship with your body, food and exercise. Connect with me on Instagram: @elliothasoon Let's work together: www.ehcoaching.co.uk Get Free Workout Plans: https://bit.ly/EHWorkoutsYT Connect with Melissa: @drmelissarizk Visit Melissa's website: https://drmelissarizk.com/ Please rate us 5* on Apple Podcasts and leave us a review if you're enjoying the podcast. Don't forget to subscribe too so that you don't miss any future episodes.
Today, I'm talking to Shannon Western. Shannon is a nutritionist who specialises in nutrition counselling for disordered eating. She founded Ease Nutrition Therapy because she saw a huge need for compassionate, person-centred care to help people feel better around food. In this episode, Shannon talks about her approach in supporting clients in healing disordered eating. She is particularly passionate about shining a light on binge eating struggles, as this area is still often overlooked in the disordered eating community. Shannon is massively encouraging of supporting her clients to enjoy food for health, satisfaction and pleasure. She shares her thoughts on meal plans, considering if you really need one and if so, who might benefit most. She also dives into self-care and how we can decompress and switch off from the busyness of life. Shannon also explains the importance of getting back in touch with childhood foods and genuine food loves. She talks about why she doesn't care what you eat and how she supports her clients in holistic healing. I hope that you enjoy the conversation. To find out more about Ease Nutrition Therapy: - Instagram @ease_nutritiontherapy Website: https://www.easenutritiontherapy.com/ The Ease with Food Podcast https://www.easenutritiontherapy.com/the-ease-with-food-podcast
Sarah Emily Speers, MA is an Alternative Healing Arts Practitioner, Empowered EatingCoach & trained psychotherapist who specializes in guiding women through doing theinner work to address the root of food and eating issues.She is the host of The Empowered Eating & Living Podcast and facilitator of theInnergize Your Life Program, designed to empower you with the information and toolsto improve eating issues, reduce food cravings, find relief from emotional wounds andexperience greater inner peace and self acceptance, all within a safe community of like-hearted humans. Sarah Emily integrates several innovative energy-based coaching andself-help methods, including Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Reiki withattachment repair, inner child healing and mindfulness- and somatic-based practices.Formerly, Sarah Emily worked as a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist as Director ofBehavioral Health Program at Premier Fitness Camp, and ran the intensive treatmentprogram for binge eating disorder at the University of California San Diego. She holds aM.A. in Marriage & Family Therapy from The University of San Diego and a B.A. inPsychology from Syracuse University.Sarah Emily currently offers her services via 1:1 coaching, group programs and retreats. You can stay connected with Sarah Emily at:firstname.lastname@example.org @sarahemilyspeerswww.sarahspeers.comFreebie for your listeners: The Empowered Eating Blueprint Quizhttps://sarahspeers.com/empowered-eating-quizThe quiz will help you uncover which of the 5 Bodies of Health are underlying youreating issues so you can take effective and empowered action to change. Thyme in the Studio links:Waitlist for the Holistic Home Herbalism Course: January 2023: https://www.aidazea.com/coursehttps://www.patreon.com/thymeinthestudiohttps://www.instagram.com/thymeinthestudiopodcast/www.thymeinthestudio.comhttps://www.aidazea.com
Rebecca Hambright is an anti-diet Dietitian, and her practice is focused on weight-inclusivity, intuitive eating, and body neutrality. Her values are rooted in respect and empathy for all bodies. Rebecca understands that experiences related to food and body come withnuance and are affected by systems of oppression, and she is committed toworking against fat-phobia, weight stigma, and healthism. She is passionate about empowering others to reclaim their inherent body wisdom and she will encourage you to challenge food rules and health assumptions in order to discover a relationship with food, body, and mind that is based in compassion.Rebecca achieved both a Bachelor's and a Master's degrees in Dietetics at Appalachian State University, and still reside in lovely western North Carolina.To work with Rebecca: www.wiseheartnutrition.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/wiseheart_nutrition/ Blog: https://www.wiseheartnutrition.com/blog/religion-and-diet-culture-a-recovery-story
When we reject diets, there is often a period of weight gain that follows. But what if it feels like you'll just keep gaining weight and never stop? How long does this go on for? In this episode, we discuss: How long it took Stef to reach her weight set range Periods of rapid weight gain Weight gain as the body's insurance policy Doesn't it make sense that if eating stabilizes, we should lose weight? Do you have to love yourself to make peace with your body? Being in our bodies in the present moment vs fearing its future Weight gain as a result of disordered eating masked as intuitive eating Is it worth it? Join the LAD Membership Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – email@example.com Website – www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com 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 Connect with Stefanie Michele Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com Work With Stef - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/application
Episode Summary:My guest this week, Vera Ventura, a.k.a the Breast Cancer Goddess, shares her incredible story of struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, disordered eating and suicidal thoughts from an early age. She eventually went into a recovery program, has been sober for 18 years and graduated from Harvard with honors.A couple of years ago, life threw her another curveball when she was diagnosed at age 39 with aggressive breast cancer, which metastasized to her brain. Vera shares her story of strength and resilience and how she was able to maintain calm and find purpose through it all. Vera is now a coach to other women with breast cancer, helping them along their journey with light, strength, and hope from diagnosis to post-cancer. “Going through something really hard allows you to see the light. The cracks are where the light comes in.” -Vera VenturaHighlights02:36 Vera's Introduction & Story05:30 Battling Addiction07:00 Learning How to Pull Yourself Out of A Dark Place10:17 Vera's Breast Cancer Journey20:12 Living Out Her Life's PurposeGuest Bio: Vera Ventura, a.k.a. the Breast Cancer Goddess, is a stage IV breast cancer survivor, mother of two, yoga teacher and Harvard graduate. When she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 39, she started sharing her journey on social media. She combined the use of natural and Eastern alternative therapies, like essential oils, acupuncture, meditation and yoga with Western medicine, including chemotherapy and surgeries. She had an amazing recovery and was able to maintain calm and find purpose through it all. She now coaches other women going through breast cancer to walk through life's greatest challenges with dignity, grace, and knowledge. Guest Links:Website: https://breastcancergoddess.com/Instagram: @veracioushealingFacebook: Vera VenturaTik Tok: @breastcancergoddessYouTube: Veracious HealingFree eBook, How to Detox from Sugar: https://breastcancergoddess.com/sugardetoxImportant Links:FREE Light & Easy Lunch Guide to Boost Midlife Metabolism: https://sarahhaaswellness.lpages.co/lunch-guide/Website: sarahhaaswellness.comFacebook: Sarah Haas WellnessInstagram: @sarahhaaswellnessYoutube: Sarah Haas WellnessThanks for Listening:Thanks so much for listening to my podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others could benefit from listening, please share it using the social media buttons on this page. Do you have some feedback or questions about this episode? Leave a comment in the section below!Subscribe to The Podcast:If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can follow the podcast on Buzzsprout. You can also give me a follow on your favorite podcast ap
Self-compassion: not typically considered a healing "biohack", but today's show might change your opinion on that. It's fair to say that most of us struggle with self-compassion. With easy access to external influences (hello social media, beauty standards, and manipulative marketing), it becomes easy to view ourselves through an excessively critical lens. Self-compassion is an important part of a complete healing plan, which is why Erin and one of her mentors, Jessica Flanigan Brown, bring this topic to light. Simply put, the concept of self-compassion is foreign to most in the disordered eating space, and especially in mainstream diet culture. Self compassion is the missing link to helping those affected by eating disorders to heal and persevere. Tune in to learn about self-compassion and its critical components, the difference between intuitive eating and the self-compassion-centered concept of "Inner Eater", and relatable client examples where self-compassion-centered treatment has been successful. Walk away knowing how to take your first steps towards practicing self-compassion. Most importantly, be part of the ripple effect of healing and share this episode with someone in your life who may struggle with self-compassion. In this episode: Get to know Jessica [2:21] Why Jessica transitioned from primarily working with autoimmunity to the eating disorder cohort [6:48] Emotional resilience: What is it, and do you have it? [11:18] What are the primary components of self-compassion and how do they relate? [12:08] Why intuitive eating doesn't work for everyone [14:48] How to begin developing self-compassion and trusting ourselves [21:48] How Jessica's concept of our "Inner Eater" differs from intuitive eating [28:48] A few real-world examples of how the "Inner Eater" has been implemented [33:48] What is the path to get started on practicing self-compassion? [47:48] All about Transformational Eating™️ and how to connect with Jessica [49:48] Jessica Flanigan Brown is a clinical nutritionist and author of The Loving Diet. Jessica has been practicing clinical nutrition for 25 years. In her clinical practice, she specializes in gut restoration, and in her coaching practice, she specializes in disordered eating, especially in mid-life. She is finishing at Stanford University School of Medicine's CCARE Applied Compassion Training program, where she will be a certified compassion teacher and educator. She helps others to get in touch with the healing power of their hearts with a practical approach. Find Jessica on IG @thelovingdiet Connect with her on her website: thelovingdiet.com Learn more about her Transformational Eating™️ course here: thelovingdiet.com/landing-page FOR OUR FULL LIST OF LINKS + RESOURCES, HEAD TO: https://www.thefunktionalnutritionist.com/podcast/229-self-compassion-disordered-eating
B+T interview Parent Educator Paige Dunbar about her family's journey through anorexia with her teenage daughter. This is part 2 so make sure to listen to part 1 from last week! Resources: Paige IG: @paiged_ https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ https://christyharrison.com/ We're here for you! So please leave a review in the comments with topics that would be helpful to you and that you're interested in (see free giveaway info below!). JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP: https://www.calmparent.net/thriving-family-podcast-membership Join us LIVE on Thursdays at 11:30am PT on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/?hl=en Connect on FB: https://m.facebook.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqp1YF3rI909vsKko0G0zw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65412085/ CONTEST DETAILS! If you subscribe & leave a review of this podcast, you'll be entered to win a NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu (valued at $179 USD). No purchase or payment is necessary to enter, see the Terms and Conditions page of our site for more about the contest. NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu exclusive discount for our community: https://www.calmparent.net/now-tone-therapy-system-by-solu-yoga-for-your-mind. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calm-parent/message
Reports of eating disorders have risen alarmingly in the last three years. In this conversation and Q&A, Dena Cabrera, Psy.D., CEDS, discusses the link with ADHD, how to recognize eating disorders, how to talk about body image with teens, and more.
B+T interview Parent Educator Paige Dunbar about her family's journey through anorexia with her teenage daughter. This is part 1 so make sure to subscribe so you're the first to know when part 2 is released next week! Resources: Paige IG: @paiged_ https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/ https://christyharrison.com/ We're here for you! So please leave a review in the comments with topics that would be helpful to you and that you're interested in (see free giveaway info below!). JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP: https://www.calmparent.net/thriving-family-podcast-membership Join us LIVE on Thursdays at 11:30am PT on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/?hl=en Connect on FB: https://m.facebook.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqp1YF3rI909vsKko0G0zw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65412085/ CONTEST DETAILS! If you subscribe & leave a review of this podcast, you'll be entered to win a NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu (valued at $179 USD). No purchase or payment is necessary to enter, see the Terms and Conditions page of our site for more about the contest. NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu exclusive discount for our community: https://www.calmparent.net/now-tone-therapy-system-by-solu-yoga-for-your-mind. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calm-parent/message
Dr. Jillian Lampert joins Cristina and Dana to talk about the concept of nutritional chaos, and how this can fuel disordered eating patterns, gut issues, and a continual state of fight-or-flight in the body. We discuss how malnourishment due to gut issues, chronic dieting, disordered eating, and eating disorders can negatively impact our ability to...
Part Two in a two-part series about hunger and fullness: what about the fear of fullness? Last week we discussed why feeling hungry can be triggering for some people, and this week we are looking at how fullness can activate belief systems and automatic behaviors. We explore: Sarah's experience of fullness with spaghetti bolognese Fullness and guilt Fullness and feeling like we “should” stop Fullness and being in the body What if I eat and never feel full? Delayed fullness cues and extreme hunger Discomfort tolerating even slight fullness What was fullness associated with growing up? What if I stretch out my stomach by getting too full too often? AND PSST! We will be hosting a live event in London on January 28 2023! Details to come. Join the LAD Membership Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Website – www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com 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 Connect with Stefanie Michele Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com Binge Recovery Program - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/iamstefaniemichelecourse Join the LAD Membership
This week, Dr. Natalie Gentile joins us on the podcast! Natalie is a family medicine physician and board certified lifestyle medicine physician. With her patients, she practices true “holistic” medicine by seeing her patients as a whole human. AKA - NOT the kind of doc who will tell you “oh your period is just missing because you're super fit!” or “just cut out carbs that will help you stop binging”... The kind who will actually ask QUESTIONS about your relationship with food, your body and exercise. She joined me to talk about her own experience of disordered eating which is part of what influenced her to take the approach she does with her patients today. You can learn more by visiting her Instagram account @nataliegentilemd. In this episode, Natalie and I talk about: Natalie's history with disordered eating. Getting treatment for disordered eating in the current medical system. Natalie's experience during her recovery. The importance of integrating all of your health care providers during your recovery. + MORE Resources talked about in this episode: Natalie's medical practice www.directcarepgh.com Natalie's YouTube channel And if you are tired of being stuck in this never ending cycle of feeling in control around food and your physique goals and then binging yet again… If you are ready to finally find peace with food, your body and exercise so you can be TRULY healthy and reach fitness goals in a way that doesn't sacrifice your life and happiness…My new and improved group program, Binge & Period Recovery 2.0 is here!!! Click here to learn more. Or, send me a DM on IG if you have any questions about the program!
Kim Hagle was a stay at home mom to three young kids when she started working out with a personal trainer. She loved how she felt - and looked - and eventually got certified as a trainer herself. But her hobby-turned-career turned into an unhealthy obsession with size and weight. Kim's journey to self acceptance began with the baby she had at 40: a beautiful boy with Down Syndrome who taught her to just be herself. At the age of 42, she overcame disordered eating and exercise habits, and obsessing over her weight and found joyful movement, body acceptance and food freedom. Guest Bio Kim Hagle is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Kim hosts The Joyful Movement Show podcast, where she inspires women to disconnect movement from weight loss and re-engage with movement as a form of self care. Through movement and mindset coaching, she helps women heal their relationship with food and exercise while disconnecting their worth from their weight, so they can feel healthy, happy and confident in the body they have. A New Hobby Leads to an Unhealthy ObsessionAt 35, Kim Hagle had left her nursing career to be a stay at home mom to her three kids. While she valued being at home with the kids and they could afford for her to be home, Kim had always valued her career. So she found herself struggling with her identity. She felt a lot of “not enough-ness” and she thought it was because she wasn't happy with her body and she had to lose weight. While she had a long history of dieting, she had never been athletic and had never worked out. A friend turned her on to a personal trainer who would come to the house while the baby was napping. As she worked out, she started feeling stronger and more capable, and the hobby turned into an obsession. She started running and winning road races and fitness became as much her identity as stay-at-home-mom. She eventually got certified as a personal trainer and decided to turn it into her career - but it pretty quickly turned into an unhealthy obsession. Kim said she was always a “straight size,” meaning she could always walk into any store and find something that fit. But she thinks most women are conditioned to think that if we just lost weight, we'd feel better. And, at the beginning, she did get a lot of validation and praise for how she looked. But that came with anxiety around “what if I gain the weight back?” In about a year, Kim lost about 50 pounds and dropped from a size 12 to a size 2, but maintaining that required a lot of work. She had to watch what she ate very closely. She had to exercise for multiple hours each day, every day. Through it all, she wondered if there was some accolade or accomplishment that would finally make her feel good enough, but she never found it. And, when her youngest child was four, she and her husband decided to end their marriage, which caused her to be more obsessive about her heating and working out - not so much as a quest to be thin, but as a mode of stress relief. She found she ran a lot during that time. A Second Chance at LoveA few months after her divorce, Kim met a man she thought would be a summer fling but who she soon realized was the real deal. They dated long distance for a while and got married when she was 39. Her husband didn't have any children of his own and as their relationship developed, Kim realized how important it was to him to become a dad. In their discussions about having children, Kim told him that, because of her age, there was a high likelihood that their child would have chromosomal abnormalities. Her then-boyfriend's response was "No big deal. Like If that happens it's what's meant to be, it'll be great. We'll rock it." At that moment, Kim had a vision of a little blonde boy with down syndrome running towards them. And now they are parents to a little five year old blonde boy with down...
I always struggled with a series of dieting and poor body image issues my whole life. I recently stumbled upon Intuitive Eating/Healthy at Every Size and Kelly Neilson! In this episode, Kelly and I talk about what is disordered eating, how normal it is in our society, what it does to our mental health, and how intuitive eating could be the solution to this craziness. The ultimate goal in this journey is to be FREE from negative influences and chase after WHOLEsome health. Hope you enjoy this episode. Bio:Kelly Neilson is a Registered Dietitian and owner of her private practice, Nutrition for Hope. Kelly got her Bachelor's in Dietetics from Brigham Young University and her Master's of Dietetic Administration (MDA) from Utah State University. She received her eating disorder training at The Center for Change eating disorder treatment center, when she worked there. Kelly started her virtual private practice in 2017 for individuals struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating, serving clients all over the United States and Internationally as well. She is happily married and a mother of 3 children. She enjoys hiking and riding bikes with her family near her home in beautiful Tucson, AZ. Kelly Neilson's practice: www.nutritionforhope.com**Disclaimer: This podcast's content is not intended to diagnose or treat any disorders but rather for informational, educational, and empowerment purposes. Please consult with your physician or mental health provider for specific medical and mental health needs. Our connection via social media platforms does not constitute a patient-physician relationship.**Dr. Kim's private practiceSpeakpipe to send Dr. Kim your questions
Today on the show I'm honored to have Leehee Nigri on the show to share with you the role a therapist plays in eating disorder recovery, how Leehe helps her clients identify diet culture in their lives and how a dietitian and therapist can complement each other in helping their clients thrive. Leehe is a licensed mental health counselor, located in Boca Raton, FL. She works with adults with a broad spectrum of diagnoses and struggles. Leehe specializes in DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) for depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, and bipolar disorder; EMDR trauma therapy for PTSD and other trauma-related struggles; and Intuitive Eating for eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image issues. She works with individuals, couples, and families, and provides services in English and Hebrew. Leehe's main objective is to guide her clients in cultivating self-empowerment, wisdom, and liberation. She carefully attends to each client by implementing interventions that are uniquely targeted for his, her, or their background and goals. Leehe guides her clients in becoming their own therapists, as they learn how to master effective coping strategies and life-changing insight on their own. She creates a therapeutic environment, in which her clients feel safe, heard, and understood, while guiding them through the journey of discovering their authentic self. In this episode we discuss: Leehe explains who she is and what exactly is a psychotherapist. What inspired Leehe to focus on eating disorder recovery to better help her clients. How to identify red flags in your relationship with food and body. Psychological components that influence the development of eating disorders and disordered eating. How Leehe lives wellness without obsession. Learn more and work with Leehe: Leehe's website Wise Mind Wellness Leehe's Instagram account Emaill Leehe for a free consultation at email@example.com. Announcements from Victoria: We have a brand new services page! Learn more about our private coaching 3 and 6 month packages by clicking here. We are currently booking for November and December. Resources for you: Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop to have all the resources you need to make peace with food and your body, and live wellness without obsession. Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website
Answering more of your questions in today's podcast episode! How do you know your set point weight, when you have been dieting since you were four years old? What do you think of estrogen and progesterone pills to get your period? What about eating 3,000 calories everyday, normal BMI, no working out and no bingeing for two months, but still no period after missing for the past 5 years, why? I'm constantly hungry, I need bigger portions to fulfill me physically and mentally have a bigger appetite. How long does the big appetite last and why is it happening? Previous episodes discussed in this episode: Episode 63: Getting your period AND your peace with food back Episode 32: Period Recovery with Elyse Lawry, PT Episode 31: Figuring out why your period is missing with Cynthia Donovan, RD If you have any questions you want answered on this podcast, you can always send me a DM and I will answer them in a future episode! And if you are tired of being stuck in this never ending cycle of feeling in control around food and your physique goals and then binging yet again… If you are ready to finally find peace with food, your body and exercise so you can be TRULY healthy and reach fitness goals in a way that doesn't sacrifice your life and happiness…You can apply for coaching by clicking here! Or, send me a DM on IG and we can have a no-pressure chat about if this is a good fit for you!
This is one of those episodes where something happens and I need to talk about it IMMEDIATELY. Like an emergency podcast, but in a good way. I dropped everything to record this because the thoughts came to me and felt so urgent to discuss.And here's what it's about.Putting disordered eating out into the open. Helping people understand what disordered eating is and why it's happening to them. Because here's the thing. Unless you have a clinical eating disorder, then your behavior around food is considered ok, normal and acceptable. Its a very all or nothing approach to wellness around food and is a systemic problem drastically impacting the live of millions of people. It's just that nobody talks about it because nobody even realizes it's happening. As the saying goes, you don't know what you don't know.So this episode is meant to create awareness around how and why disordered eating has become the norm and why we have to take action to change it now. To help you know what you don't know. To offer support for the people out there whose lives have been tormented by food and body image, but who thought it was all just normal. This is for you.Connect with meFind me on InstagramSign up for my Monday newsletter with lots of nutrition, body image and mindset tipsSchedule a free discovery call to talk more about working together
Asking for help is a thing of bravery. A poet describes her journey towards that help. Molly Twomey is a poet and editor from Lismore, County Waterford in Ireland. Twomey graduated in 2019 with a Masters in Creative Writing from University College Cork. Her work has been featured in Poetry Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Banshee, The Irish Times, Mslexia, and The Stinging Fly, among other publications. Twomey is the host of the monthly poetry discussion “Just to Say,” sponsored by Jacar Press. Her first collection of poetry, Raised Among Vultures, was published in 2022 by The Gallery Press. Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.We're pleased to offer Molly Twomey's poem, and invite you to connect with Poetry Unbound throughout this season.Pre-order the forthcoming book Poetry Unbound: 50 Poems to Open Your World and join us in our new conversational space on Substack.
"It's frustrating," says Kaitlyn. Who wouldn't be frustrated? Watching your mind circle around the next opportunity to eat like a moth doing laps around a garden light...is hardly the fully-lived life most of us want to be experiencing. Let's look at how we can help Kaitlyn. Kaitlyn has already made some progress, including a recent win with handling a stressful day without a binge. She's worried that it will be a single outlier experience, though, and wants more strategies to help her feel in control of her eating, as opposed to the sense that eating is in control of her. Grab a pen because there are a lot of tips and strategies in this one hour conversation! To benefit from all of the real life recorded sessions, subscribe at georgiefear.com/podcast. For less than the cost of a pumpkin spice latte you can help yourself to expert direction and real world strategies that improve your life.
You might not be surprised to hear that perfectionism and disordered eating go hand-in-hand… but why is that? And HOW do we go about addressing it? Disclaimer: I'm not saying everyone who is a perfectionist has an eating disorder, or that everyone with an eating disorder is a perfectionist, BUT the correlation is pretty high. And if this sounds like you? In this episode, we'll explore what the connection is, why it's there, and most importantly, what to do about it. Colby is a Registered Dietitian who specializes in eating disorders and disordered eating. She got her Master's in Clinical Nutrition from Columbia, and now she works at a private practice called Brown & Medina Nutrition and is on the eating disorder team at Columbia University Health Services. She has spent years working with young adults and high-achieving students, and comes to us with a great perspective on this topic. If you're a perfectionist, this one's for you! Tweetable Quotes “The rules and rigidity around eating is hard to live up to… and often, that results in the breaking of rules which leads to overeating or binge eating.” – Colby Golder, RD “Health is all intertwined… is it really healthy to miss your friend's birthday party if you're afraid to eat there?” – Colby Golder, RD “The goal of treatment is not to eliminate health and wellness, but it's to eliminate rumination, stress, and obsession, and to eliminate how it affects your everyday thinking and your ability to operate in everyday life.” – Colby Golder, RD Resources: Brown & Medina Nutrition Colby's Email LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who may need this podcast by sharing this episode. Be sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter here! You can connect with me on Instagram @rachelleheinemann, through my website www.rachelleheinemann.com, or email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
My guest is Casey Halpern, M.D., Chief of Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery and Professor of Neurosurgery at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Halpern's research and clinical practice focus on using deep brain stimulation to treat compulsive and movement disorders (e.g., binge eating disorders, bulimia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and Parkinson's disease essential tremor, dystonia). We discuss using deep brain stimulation to help patients who suffer from movement and compulsive disorders and applying this treatment to patients afflicted with binge eating. We also explore applications of this technology to other conditions such as OCD, anorexia and tremor, and the future therapeutic directions of the use of non-invasive brain stimulation approaches, including transcranial magnetic stimulation and ultrasound, for the treatment of other psychiatric illnesses and conditions. This episode will interest those curious about the biology of eating, anorexia, bulimia, compulsive thoughts and behaviors, and movement. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman ROKA: https://www.roka.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://www.eightsleep.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Casey Halpern & Disordered Eating & Brain Stimulation (00:03:18) ROKA, Eight Sleep, InsideTracker (00:07:19) Momentous Supplements (00:08:28) Neurosurgeon's View of the Brain, Neurosurgery Specialization (00:13:05) Deep Brain Stimulation & Other Unexpected Positive Effects (00:17:20) Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Prescriptions & Cognitive Therapies (00:25:40) Brain Areas in OCD, Risk, Rewards & Addiction (00:31:11) AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:32:27) Facial and Vocal Ticks, Stimulants, Stress & Superstition (00:39:28) Nucleus Accumbens, Reward Circuits, Eating Disorders & Obesity (00:47:18) Stimulation of Nucleus Accumbens, Continuous vs. Episodic Stimulation (00:49:49) Binge Eating Disorder & Loss of Control Eating (00:53:02) Developing Binge Eating Disorder: Predisposition, Environment, Stress (01:02:07) Electrodes in Nucleus Accumbens, Identifying “Craving Cells” (01:11:41) Effects of Stimulation, Interrupting Craving, Intermediate Stimulation (01:16:46) Anorexia, Obesity & Compulsions, Potential Treatments for Anorexia (01:23:14) Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (01:32:27) MRI-Guided Focused Ultrasound: Tremor, Essential Tremor & Parkinson's (01:36:40) Future of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation, Epilepsy & Depression (01:41:51) Pre-Behavioral States in Compulsion & Awareness, Mood Provocation (01:48:02) Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence & Compulsion Predictions (01:53:05) Neurosurgeon Hands, Resistance Training & Deadlifts (01:59:00) “Neurosurgeon Calm,” Quality Time & Prioritization, Neurosurgeon Training (02:09:53) Daily Habits: Sleep, Exercise, Mediation (02:11:59) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous Supplements, Neural Network Newsletter, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer