Mental disorder defined by abnormal eating habits that negatively affect a person's physical or mental health
Wouldn't it feel incredible to swap self-criticism for self-compassion? Are you ready to silence your inner critic and live your life authentically? In this episode, I'm thrilled to welcome Dr. Ellen Albertson, also known as the midlife whisperer. She's a force to be reckoned with, boasting a plethora of qualifications from journalist to Ph.D. psychologist, and is passionate about helping women navigate midlife with joy, energy, clarity, and confidence. Our discussion unveils Dr., Ellen's journey, from a journalist to a self-compassion advocate. She shares her insights into how powerful self-compassion can be, with practices such as meditation leading to significant reductions in body shame and dissatisfaction. But it's not just about body image; we discuss the crucial role of self-compassion in managing emotions, dealing with depression, and promoting overall well-being. Dr. Ellen's approach is a holistic one, incorporating the body, mind, heart, and spirit, inspiring us all to embrace ourselves fully. In the final segment, we tap into how self-compassion can silence our inner critic and empower us to live authentically. Dr. Ellen introduces her seven-step program, designed to help us reconnect with our true selves and embrace the challenges and joys of midlife. We also touch on the best diet for women in midlife, the power of self-care, and how to approach intermittent fasting safely. This episode is brimming with wisdom, whether you're seeking motivation to step out of your comfort zone or simply curious about living a high-vibe midlife. We promise it's an enlightening conversation you don't want to miss. Chapter Summaries: Dr. Ellen Albertson (0:00:07) Dr. Ellen Albertson helps women in midlife live a high vibe midlife with joy, energy, clarity, and confidence. Finding Self-Compassion for Body Image (0:07:57) Dr. Ellen Albertson shares her journey of self-compassion, reducing body shame and body dissatisfaction, and embracing the body through meditations and taking risks. The Power of Self-Compassion and Wellbeing (0:15:08) Dr. Ellen Albertson discusses self-compassion to regulate emotions, manage depression, take risks, and enjoy life. Rediscovering Authenticity and Empowering Midlife Women (0:23:23) Dr. Ellen Albertson guides us through seven steps to reconnect with our true selves and embrace midlife, addressing our inner critic, people-pleasing behavior, and developing our intuition. Authenticity, Comfort Zone, and Prioritizing Self (0:29:31) Dr. Ellen Albertson's midlife journey, weight focus, fear of success, healthy eating and emotion regulation are discussed. Best Diet for Women in Midlife (0:33:14) Midlife women can benefit from a plant-based diet, intermittent fasting, fermented foods, phytochemicals, strength training, and good sleep. Working With the Midlife Whisperer (0:44:57) Dr. Ellen Albertson helps midlife women through diet, coaching, retreats, self-compassion, travel, and self-care. About Dr. Ellen Albertson: Dr. Ellen is a psychologist, registered dietitian, board-certified health and wellness coach, podcast host, Reiki master, and self-compassion teacher. Known as The Midlife Whisperer™, she helps women have the energy, confidence, and clarity to make their next chapter their best chapter. A bestselling, award-winning author, and inspirational speaker, Dr. Ellen is an expert on women's well-being and sits on the medical board of The National Menopause Foundation. Dr. Ellen has appeared on Extra, the Food Network, and NBC World News and has been quoted in Psychology Today, Forbes, and Eating Well. She has written for SELF, Better Homes & Gardens, and Good Housekeeping. Her latest book is Rock Your Midlife: 7 Steps to Transform Yourself and Make Your Next Chapter Your Best Chapter! "Embrace self-compassion as the bridge to authentic living, where inner criticism fades and the journey through midlife becomes a tapestry of empowerment and joy." - Elizabeth Sherman Get full show notes and more information here: https://elizabethsherman.com/podcast/142
* Trigger Warning: This episode discusses disordered eating. If you or anyone you know needs support, contact The Butterfly Foundation on 1800 33 4673 (1800 ED HOPE) * Steph Elswood grew up as a professional dancer, in a world where a lot of the focus was on body image and where disordered eating was quite common in her circle. She has since healed her relationship with food an exercise and is now a health and fitness advocate, as well as the Director of body confidence workshops 'Stay Sassy', and Founder of non-alcoholic drinks range Carouse. In today's episode, Steph speaks to her experience as a dancer and what she'd now tell her younger self, her decision to give up alcohol and what this meant for her identity & among her friendship circles, and how she manages her own emotions whilst being an empath. FOLLOW US: KICPOD: @kicpod on Instagram Kic: @kic.app on Instagram, @kic on TikTok and kicapp.com Steph Claire Smith: @stephclairesmith on Instagram, @steph_claire_smith on TikTok Laura Henshaw: @laura.henshaw on Instagram & Tiktok Producer Mandy: @amanda.catalano on Instagram & Tiktok See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"My attitude towards food is constantly evolving to a more positive state.""By feeding myself regularly, my body is learning to trust me again.""I need and deserve adult sized portions of food."Welcome to a Love Notes, a NEW show on The Recovery Warrior Shows. Love Notes are weekly audio affirmations sets designed to help you nurture new ways of thinking and being. Today's focus is on overcoming food guilt.Love these affirmations? Want to write them in your journal or stick them on post-it notes around the house?Find all of our Love Notes at Recovery Warriors. Link to this specific set is below ⬇️SHOW NOTESAffirmations for Overcoming Food GuiltJOIN THE COURAGE CLUB WAITLISTVisit jointhecourageclub.comCONNECT WITH RECOVERY WARRIORS Check out articles on the Website Follow on Instagram Like us on Facebook Learn more about the Podcast
This week, it's an old episode for you! One of my most downloaded conversations and one that I'm sure that you'll enjoy. Today I'm talking to Marisa Peer - internationally award-winning hypnotherapist and Creator of the Multi-award winning Rapid Transformational Therapy ® (RTT®)'. Marisa is the founder of iamenough.com; international best-selling author; motivational speaker; personal development expert and leading celebrity therapist. She is a major contributor to the press and has appeared on numerous TV shows and media outlets. In this episode, Marisa shares her story in becoming a therapist, starting out with Jane Fonda, as a personal trainer and how many of these clients had underlying eating disorders. She talks about the common negative beliefs we hold and how to overcome them, as well as trigger events and delving into the unconscious to bring about lasting change. Marisa also offers inspiration on improving your relationship with food and your body in a sustainable way. I'm hugely grateful to Marisa for sharing her wonderful insights and expertise. I hope that you enjoy the episode. To find out more about Marisa Peer: www.marisapeer.com www.rtt.com www.iamenough.com twitter.com/MarisaPeer Instagram: @marisapeertherapy linkedin.com/in/marisa-peer/ https://www.facebook.com/marisa.peer.therapy/ This week's sponsor: The Gastric Mindset Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/gastric-mindset/id1705974293 Harriet Frew's current offers: - Online 10 Steps to Intuitive Eating Course with Harriet Frew - 50% off with code FREEDOMISPOSSIBLE https://www.theeatingdisordertherapist.co.uk/online-courses.html Online Event - Inspiring Prevention of Eating Disorders and Body Image Issues - LAST CHANCE TO GET TICKETS! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inspiring-prevention-of-eating-disorders-and-body-image-issues-tickets-601388086957
Could you be falling for a lie that's keeping you stuck and stagnant in recovery?Get ready to uncover the truth, and find the courage to make BIG strides.Join Jessica Flint and Andrea Wells as they explore the concept of being "ready", and why it's not a feeling, but a decision. They share personal experiences and stories to illustrate how waiting to feel ready can actually prevent us from achieving our recovery goals.Discover the power of taking action and learn how to alchemize fear into courage to create the changes you desire.Show Notes: The one BIG LIE that holds you back from taking action and creating change in recoveryJOIN THE COURAGE CLUB WAITLISTVisit jointhecourageclub.comCONNECT WITH RECOVERY WARRIORS Check out articles on the Website Follow on Instagram Like us on Facebook Learn more about the Podcast
Kathyrn speaks with Robyn Goldberg, CEDS-C, RDN about semaglutide weight loss medications like Ozempic and Wegovy and the risks they present to people who struggle with binge eating and other eating disorders. The episode will help you gain a better understanding so that you aren't swayed by media messages saying these weight loss medications are a magic cure, and so that you can informed decisions with your doctor. Learn more about Robyn Goldberg, RDN, CEDS-CAskAboutFood.com TheEatingDisorderTrap.com @robyngoldbergrdn (Instagram) @RobynRdn (Twitter) Get the Second Edition of Brain over Binge on Amazon and Audible, BarnesandNoble.com, Apple iBooks, or Kobo. Subscribe to the Brain over Binge Course for only $18.99 per month Get personalized support with one-on-one coaching or group coaching Download the free pdf, the Brain over Binge Basics. Disclaimer: *The Brain over Binge Podcast is produced and recorded by Brain over Binge Recovery Coaching, LLC. All work is copyrighted by Brain over Binge Recovery Coaching, LLC, and all rights are reserved. As a disclaimer, the hosts of the Brain over Binge Podcast are not professional counselors or licensed healthcare providers, and this podcast is not a substitute for medical advice or any form of professional therapy. Eating disorders can have serious health consequences and you are strongly advised to seek medical attention for matters relating to your health. Please get help when you need it, and good luck on your journey.
Welcome to episode 74 of the Eat for Endurance podcast, featuring recreational distance runner and screen writer, Alice Rosso. I love showcasing a variety of voices and have been trying to include more recreational athlete episodes, so I was excited when Alice reached out as a fan of the show who wanted to share her story. We recorded in early August, just after she completed the Speedgoat 50k. Alice talks about growing up in Italy, living and training in her current home of Salt Lake City, her struggles with disordered eating and how it nearly destroyed her relationship with her Italian family, her ongoing work with a Registered Dietitian, her career as a screen writer, and a life-threatening accident she recently had out on the trails.I hope you all enjoy this one, and if any of you would like to be considered for a recreational athlete nutrition profile, please email me at Claire@eatforendurance.com with some details about yourself and why you would like to share your story on the show.Links & Announcements:Follow Alice on Instagram, and follow her cookbook account on InstagramHave a guest or topic request or any other feedback? Email me - email@example.com.Please show your support by subscribing to the show, giving it a 5 star rating and review, and sharing it with your friends!If you can afford to support the show financially, please visit my Patreon page to make a donationYou can also shop my Amazon storefront or use this affiliate homepage link to do your usual Amazon shoppingMusic Credit: Joseph McDadeDisclaimer – all information provided is for educational and entertainment purposes only and is in no way meant to replace individual medical and nutrition recommendationsSupport the showThanks for listening! Follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter (@eatforendurance).
How can you get out of the diet culture clutches to change how to view health? Why are you working against your biology when you diet excessively? Can you commit to finding out what your personal health looks like? In this podcast episode, I speak about men and eating disorders with Jonny Landels. Sign up for the FREE e-course to understand your eating disorder and embark on the road to recovery. We reflect on the harms caused by mirrors, comparing ourselves, and wearing the wrong clothing sizes. SHOW NOTES: Click here Follow me on Instagram @behind_the_bite_podcast Visit the website: www.behindthebitepodcast.com
Do you ever get discouraged with the whole two steps forward one step back rhythm of the recovery process? It's exhausting. This is why for this brand NEW SEASON of Recover Strong, featuring your NEW HOST Andrea Wells we are covering the topic of making progress and what 5 essential elements you want to focus on in order to stay on track.In this episode, you'll learn the 5 C's of Accountability:ConnectionCourageCommitmentCalendarClarityJOIN THE COURAGE CLUB WAITLISTVisit jointhecourageclub.comCONNECT WITH RECOVERY WARRIORS Check out articles on the Website Follow on Instagram Like us on Facebook Learn more about the Podcast
Dr. Tabri is the Director of the Mental Health and Addictions Laboratory and an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Dr. Tabri's research explores how different transdiagnostic factors (e.g., overvalued ideation, perfectionism, and impulsivity) may function together to proliferate and maintain engagement in various health-compromising behaviors (e.g., disordered eating and gambling). The ultimate aim of this line of research is to enhance the prevention, assessment, and treatment protocols of various mental health disorders. Dr. Tabri also researches the mental health and well-being implications of group membership. This research integrates social identity theory with theories from clinical and health psychology to understand how group-related factors (e.g., perceived intergroup threat, group-based emotions, and social identification) affect the mental health and well-being of group members. The goal is to develop an integrative framework of how group membership may affect our mental health and well-being. In this interview, we cover: Nassim Tabri's Personal and Professional Journey and Current Research The Nexus Between Eating Disorders and Gambling Problems Orthorexia Nervosa and Transdiagnostic Mechanisms in Eating Disorders Transdiagnostic Factors in Disordered Eating and Gambling Common Factors in Disordered Eating and Gambling Recovery and Community Building Changing Your Life for Recovery Appearance Focused Self Concept and Disordered Eating The Impact of Cultural Messaging on Eating Disorders and Appearance Standards Discussion on Mental Health and Research Collaboration The content of our show is educational only. It does not supplement or supersede your healthcare provider's professional relationship and direction. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified mental health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition, substance use disorder, or mental health concern.
On this week's episode of The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast, we welcome Connie Sobczak, co-founder of The Body Positive – a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a lively, healing community that offers freedom from suffocating societal messages that keep people in a perpetual struggle with their bodies. The Body Positive teaches people to listen to their bodies, learn and thrive, with the ultimate goal to end the harmful consequences of negative body image: eating disorders, depression, anxiety, cutting, suicide, substance abuse, and relationship violence. The Body Positive is especially concerned about poor body image in teens and young adults, which is why they have been training educators and student leaders for more than twenty years to create Body Positive programs in schools and throughout communities. For more than 25 years The Body Positive has helped over a million people in 28 countries worldwide reclaim their health, reduce anxiety and depression, and increase self-compassion and confidence to live full, happy lives. Connie's own experience with an eating disorder in her teen years and the death of her sister Stephanie has inspired her life's work to help people live with more appreciation and love for their precious bodies. She co-founded The Body Positive in honor of her sister, and to ensure that her daughter Carmen and other children would grow up in a new world—one where people are free to focus on the things in life that really matter. Connie is the author of Embody: Learning to Love Your Unique Body and she has been training Be Body Positive Facilitators for more than twenty years, and uses her creative skills to produce The Body Positive's curricula, videos, digital courses, and training. Connie's passion is watching the light that emerges when people recognize and embrace their magnificent, authentic selves. You do not want to miss this incredible episode! In this episode, you'll hear: Connie's inspiring journey through life; About Connie's own experience with an eating disorder and the story of how she lost her sister due to an eating disorder; How The Body Positive came to be and about the incredible work that they do to empower women and girls - and change the culture and the world; Stories from The Body Positive community; And so much more. The 1 Girl Revolution Podcast is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, YouTube, and everywhere you listen to podcasts. For more information on Connie and The Body Positive, please visit: www.1GirlRevolution.com/TheBodyPositive
TW: This episode talks about Eating Disorders and Mental Health. If this is not something you feel you should listen to today please skip this episode and listen to one of our previous episodes on Fertility Friendly Food! If you need immediate help for your mental health, please contact LifeLine on 13 11 14 , The Butterfly Foundation 1800 33 4673, or call a Beyond Blue Counsellor on 1300 22 4636. If you need emergency help, dial your local emergency number, for Australians dial 000.Welcome back to Fertility Friendly Food podcast! In this episode, to wrap up our PCOS mini-series for PCOS Awareness Month, we delve into the connection between PCOS and mental health, including some jaw-dropping stats on eating disorders. We explore statistics revealing higher rates of depression, anxiety, and eating disorders among those with PCOS and addressing these is crucial. Avoiding generic diet advice, prioritising comprehensive care, and open conversations about mental well-being are key.As we wrap up our PCOS mini-series, we invite you to tune in and gain valuable insights. If you've enjoyed our content, please take a moment to leave a 5-star rating and mention our PCOS mini-series in your Apple Podcasts review! Want to ask us a question and have it answered on the podcast? Ask Us Here!Here are the links for today's episodeWork with us 1-on-1 on your custom PCOS nutrition plan with next-level support with your own qualified dietitian with expertise in PCOS here.Check out The PCOS Project, our self-paced online course designed to transform your diet and lifestyle, without the restrictions, to manage insulin resistance, pesky pimples and regulate your cycle!Tune into Lean PCOS - How Is It Different? with Dr Izzy Smith Endocrinologist - Episode 75Looking for more?Download our FREE pre-conception lifestyle checklist Follow us on Instagram @the_dietologist or @endo.dietitianDance with us on TikTok @the_dietologistRead more about us and our services at thedietologist.com.auDisclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is not to be replaced by personalised medical or dietetic advice, please speak to your health care professional before making any diet or lifestyle changes. The Dietologist and its guests do not accept any liability for any harm or damages that occur from following any of the suggestions in these podcast episodes.
A Bite Size Episode. In this podcast, I talk about how to manage your anxiety, well-being and body image when your smaller clothes no longer fit. I hope that you find it helpful. This week's sponsor: - The Gastric Mindset Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/gastric-mindset/id1705974293 Harriet Frew's current offers: - Online 10 Steps to Intuitive Eating Course with Harriet Frew - 50% off with code FREEDOMISPOSSIBLE https://www.theeatingdisordertherapist.co.uk/online-courses.html Online Event - Inspiring Prevention of Eating Disorders and Body Image Issues https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inspiring-prevention-of-eating-disorders-and-body-image-issues-tickets-601388086957
In this week's podcast, Han is joined by Integrative Psychotherapist Manaal Mulla. Manaal grew up in Dubai, is of Indian origin, and trained in the UK, so her passion lies in providing culturally sensitive care for clients with anxiety, eating disorders, and relationship difficulties. Manaal is a psychotherapist at First Steps ED in the UK and at Monarch Health Centres in Dubai, as well as a columnist for BACP spiritually journal thresholds and provides eating disorder training to professionals.This week, we discuss:The struggle of perfectionism and how Manaal works with clients to overcome this.The impact of faith and spirituality in eating disorders.The Impact of Cultural Closeness in Therapy.Challenges individuals may face during religious ceremonies e.g. Ramadan.Manaal's reflections on the therapeutic process.To find out more about Manaal, you can find her on Instagram @therapywithmanaal.
Jeff talks to Dr. Roberto Olivardia about different eating disorders and body image issues and ways to recognize and address them. They discuss the importance of getting help if someone is living with an eating disorder or struggling with a body image challenge. Roberto emphasizes that recovery is always possible, especially once the right professionals are involved.Roberto Olivardia, PhD, has been treating patients for the last 20 years since his internship at McLean Hospital. He runs a private practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, where he specializes in the treatment of body dysmorphic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, ADD/ADHD, skin picking disorder, and males with eating disorders. Dr. Olivardia also treats patients with other anxiety and mood disorders.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: mclean.link/afk– Read the episode transcript: mclean.link/68w - - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2023 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.
We're back for Season 3! We start this season off by speaking with body-centered psychotherapist Heidi Andersen about why trauma healing has to happen in the body, not just the mind. Heidi Andersen is the founder of Reclaiming Beauty. "I believe embodiment heals. I'm here to support you in healing your relationship with food and your body so you can free yourself from destructive thoughts and behaviors and discover the inner peace and freedom you deserve.As a Body-centered psychotherapist, I have 15 years of experience supporting clients in addressing trauma and attachment wounds that have led to a challenging relationship with food and body. I use an integrated approach drawing on my training in Embodied Recovery for Eating Disorders, Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Expressive Arts and Yoga. I am thrilled to have completed my certification process as a Certified Body Trust® Specialist."IG: @reclaimingbeautyFollow us on Instagram.Check out our bonus YouTube content.Latchkey Urchins & Friends website.Audio mastering by Josh Collins.Song "One Cloud is Lonely" by Próxima Parada.Cover art by Claire Dierksen.
Managing emotions as a parent when your child receives a complex medical diagnosis can be incredibly challenging. In this episode of Raising Joy, we talk to Katie Senter, a member of the Family Advisory Council at Cook Children's. Katie's daughter, Louise, has a very rare medical condition called 1p36 deletion syndrome, which is a chromosome disorder that typically causes severe intellectual disability.Katie shares her personal experiences of coping with Louise's diagnosis, and offers practical advice on how other parents can manage their own emotions during this difficult time. She also talks about the importance of finding support from other parents who are going through similar experiences.If you're a parent who is struggling to cope with your child's complex medical diagnosis, this episode is for you. Katie's story is both inspiring and informative, and her advice can help you on your own journey.Listen to this episode of Raising Joy to learn more about:· Katie's experience of receiving Louise's diagnosis and how she coped with her emotions.· Practical advice on how to manage your own emotions as a parent of a child with a complex medical diagnosis.· The importance of finding support from other parents who are going through similar experiences.
Rachel Fine, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, and Certified Counselor of Intuitive Eating works with dancers worldwide to help them build supportive relationships with both food and body. FREE 7-DAY TRIAL to become The Healthy Dancer®: https://dancenutrition.com/membership/ Follow: https://www.instagram.com/tothepointenutrition/ and show more
Let's talk body stuff. So much of what happens to someone's body when they engage in eating disorder behavior is individualized. It's based on genetics, as well as other factors that we don't quite understand. The complexities of these effects are multifaceted, and to some extent, the specific causes may not matter. In this episode, I'm joined by Jennifer Gaudiani. Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS-S, FAED, is the Founder and Medical Director of the Gaudiani Clinic. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard, medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, and her internal medicine residency and chief residency at Yale. Dr. Gaudiani served as the Medical Director at the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders prior to founding the Gaudiani Clinic, which is a Denver-based outpatient medical clinic dedicated to people with eating disorders and disordered eating. The Gaudiani Clinic provides weight-inclusive and fat-positive medical care and embraces treating people of all shapes, sizes, ages, and genders. The Gaudiani Clinic is licensed to practice in 47 US states via telemedicine and offers international professional consultation and education. Dr. Gaudiani has lectured nationally and internationally and is widely published in the scientific literature as well as on blogs. She is a Fellow of the Academy for Eating Disorders, and is a former member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Eating Disorders and the Academy for Eating Disorders Medical Care Standards Committee. Dr. Gaudiani's first book, Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders (Routledge, 2018) is available on Amazon. Tweetable Quotes “Virtually every human experiences medical symptoms of their eating disorder, whether they're measurable by labs or vitals.” - Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani “The medical stuff is so vital because we understand when somebody, for instance, simply cannot remain in an outpatient setting. They need to be more intensely monitored.” - Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani “The true science is that our metabolism is unbelievably dynamic and responsive.” - Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani “Don't tell me you're fine. Don't tell me it's not that bad. Let's talk about what change you can make this week towards nourishing yourself better.” - Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani Resources Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders Book Gaudiani Clinic Website - https://www.gaudianiclinic.com/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/gaudianimd Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/gaudianiclinic/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/gaudianiclinic
Today, Heather continues her conversation with eating disorder expert and registered dietitian Amy Carlson. Amy and Heather delicately address some "Christianized" messages around binge eating and dieting. Amy shares how she helps women who are struggling with certain foods to have a "with God" experience with their food in order to find freedom from shame. One of Amy's main points for today is that food is not the real enemy. In fact, we have a real enemy and he always tempts us to choose ourselves over God. That can be elevating food to a "too important" position in your life, but it can also be elevating your desires for your body size and shape and placing dieting or fitness lifestyle above everything else. Heather and Amy look at some of the "Christianized" messages they've seen to "help" women in their relationships with food and find some that are troubling. Can we rightly compare what happened with Eve's bite of the apple in the Garden of Eden to our indulgence in foods we believe we shouldn't eat or foods that aren't on our plan? Are we somehow trying to please God by doing "better" than Eve did? Amy and Heather dig in to what happens when we use the Bible out-of-context to support our own food theories. Check out the exercise non-responders data in this episode. Many of us feel shame around food, but the only thing that truly covers our shame is Jesus, not our great ability not to eat certain foods. Listen and share this episode with a friend. Listen to part one of this interview here: A With-God Approach to Eating. Ready for some help and encouragement on your body image journey? Check out the body image freedom framework online course here: https://www.improvebodyimage.com/course-only There's still time to be part of the Group Coaching program too! Email Heather at Heather@ compared to who (dot) me for more details! Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
Dr. Laura Berenstain is a physician, professional leadership coach, author, and speaker. She is a passionate advocate for equity, social justice, and changing culture through both individual and systemic efforts. Laura helps her coaching clients navigate life and career transitions, while improving their emotional agility, communication, and negotiation skills. She guides her clients in identifying their individual definition of success utilizing personal values, increased self-awareness, and principles of positive psychology, mindfulness, and resilience. Laura is also a certified Mindfulness Meditation teacher, enabling her to help clients find and utilize individualized approaches to their well-being. With over three decades of experience as a pediatric cardiac anesthesiologist, Laura currently serves on American Society of Anesthesiologists committees for Physician Well-being, Women Anesthesiologists, Professional Development, and chaired the ASA Workgroup for Long-term Mentoring. She is also an Advisory Board member and Coach for the Society for Pediatric Anesthesia's Women's Empowerment and Leadership Initiative and Board of Directors member for the Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society. Laura also is a Coach for the American Medical Women's Association ELEVATE program. We discuss topics including: How she became interested in coaching and mindfulness outside of medicine That it is ok to branch out outside of your profession How to make yourself a priority and living your life Understanding the different forms of mindfulness Mindful walks, Mindful Breathing and Mindful Eating all encompass mindfulness SHOW NOTES: www.lauraberenstain.com https://twitter.com/LBerenstain ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. Your Recovery Resource, Robyn's new online course for navigating your loved one's eating disorder, is available now! For more information on Robyn's book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
Welcome to The HealED Podcast! I'm your host, Marie-Pier. On today's solo podcast episode, we are taking a dive deep into the role of dietitians in eating disorder care. We separated the role 4 stages: 1- Prevention 2- Early Detection 3- Treatment 4- Maintenance The dietetic profession has unfortunately caused a lot of harm (and truthfully, continues to cause harm) in this space. And, when we know better we do better. This episode aims to highlight the crucial role of dietitians in eating disorder care from an anti-diet and weight inclusive lens. Read the full blog post here: www.thebalancedpractice.com/blog Join us in the *September Low-Cost Workshop* How Sweet Recovery Is: Check it out here. This workshop aims to provide guidance for individuals living with health conditions, such as diabetes, on navigating dietary restrictions without triggering an eating disorder. Connect with Marie-Pier and The Balanced Practice Website: www.thebalancedpractice.com Instagram: @the.balanced.practice @the.balanced.dietitian
In this episode, I welcome back journalist and author Katya Cengel. We chat about her new non-fiction memoir, Straitjackets And Lunch Money, the importance of listening to children's voices, her time in a psychosomatic unit at a children's hospital when she was age ten, and how depression led her to not eating.Katya Cengel is a freelance writer and author based in California. Her work has appeared in New York Times Magazine, Marie Claire, and the Wall Street Journal among other publications. She has reported from North and Central America, Europe, Asia and Africa and was based in the former Soviet Union for half a decade. She was a features and news writer for the Louisville Courier-Journal from 2003 to 2011.She is the author of Eric Hoffer Academic Press 2023 award winner, Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) 2020 winner and Foreword Indies 2019 winner “From Chernobyl with Love: Reporting from the Ruins of the Soviet Union”; “Exiled: From the Killing Fields of Cambodia to California and Back” and “Bluegrass Baseball: A Year in the Minor League Life”. Her latest book is Straitjackets and Lunch Money.She has been awarded grants from the International Reporting Project, the International Women's Media Foundation and the International Center for Journalists. Her journalism has been recognized with a Society of Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Award and a Society for Features Journalism Excellence-in-Features Award.Katya CengelStraitjackets And Lunch Money, Katya CengelSupport the showThe Bookshop PodcastMandy Jackson-BeverlySocial Media Links
Hi Navigators! Well, it's been quite a journey together. With many emotions, we are signing off, providing insights and thoughts one last time. "Thank you" will never be enough to express the gratitude, love, joy, and embrace felt by those who listened, those who came on and shared their journey, and those we met in various capacities along the way. We will miss this space immensely, and hope it provided just a little bit of relief, education, vulnerability, and connectiveness along the way. Wishing everyone the support and love they deserve, and a meaningful beginning to the fall season. For the last time, be well!
Welcome to a NEW show on The Recovery Warrior Shows. Love Notes are weekly affirmations sets designed to help you nurture new ways of thinking and being. Today's focus is on creating a strong recovery mindset.SHOW NOTES Affirmations For a Strong Eating Disorder Recovery MindsetJOIN THE COURAGE CLUB WAITLISTVisit jointhecourageclub.comCONNECT WITH RECOVERY WARRIORS Check out articles on the Website Follow on Instagram Like us on Facebook Learn more about the Podcast
When it comes to the diabetes conversation, have you ever felt like common sense was the missing ingredient? If so, you're 100% correct. The fear-based messaging like “you're just one donut away from diabetes” indicates how out of control it's become. What I want you to walk away with is knowing that you can make peace with food, even with diabetes- and one of the best ways to do that is through adopting an intuitive eating approach. To help us tackle this topic, I've invited Danielle Bublitz, a weight-neutral registered dietitian who not only specializes in supporting clients with all different types of diabetes but has also lived with diabetes herself since she was a teenager. Danielle will help us debunk some of the most harmful myths about diabetes and help us understand why having diabetes is not your fault.To learn more about Danielle and her work, connect with her on her website at www.foodfreedomdiabetes.com, or follow her on Instagram @foodfreedomdiabetes or on Facebook @DanielleBublitzRDN.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
Today, I'm talking to Elle Mace – Coach & Mentor, Master Practitioner in Eating disorders, obesity and body dysmorphia; Nutrition and weight management therapist as well as a life and positive psychology coach. Previously, Elle has worked as a personal trainer and aerobics instructor, having a passion for health and fitness. Elle is a returning guest to the Eating Disorder Therapist Podcast and if you'd like to hear about her recovery story, you can listen to her previous episode – link is in the show notes. In the past, Elle struggled with an unhealthy relationship with food and her body, this starting at the tender age of ten years old, when she received unwanted comments about her body. Clearly, this had a huge impact on Elle's body image and self-esteem, and she began to starve herself, and then understandably fell into binge eating. Then, over several years, she fell into destructive eating disorder cycles impacting her physical and mental wellbeing. Fast forward a few years, and Elle decided that ‘enough was enough'. She had to free herself from the food demons and fall back in love with her body and with herself. It wasn't an easy journey. It took much strength, determination and self-care – and bravely moving away from the seductions of dieting. I'm pleased to say that today, Elle is in a very different place. She now uses her experience, qualifications and knowledge to help others heal their relationship with food, their bodies and ultimately themselves. She brings much passion and enthusiasm in her work in supporting others, after walking this path herself and knowing that real recovery is possible. In this episode, Elle talks about the use of positive psychology as a tool in eating disorder recovery. She talks affirmations, toxic positivity, body image, the conscious versus the unconscious mind and more. This is an episode to inspire hope and motivation on your healing journey and it will equip you with some practical tools to help you on the way. I hope that you enjoy the conversation. To find out more about Elle: https://www.ellemace.com/ Instagram: @iamellemace Previous episode with Elle: - https://harrietfrew.podbean.com/e/eating-disorder-and-body-dysmorphia-recovery-with-elle-mace/ This week's sponsor: The Gastric Mindset Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/gastric-mindset/id1705974293 Harriet Frew's current offers: - Online 10 Steps to Intuitive Eating Course with Harriet Frew - 50% off with code FREEDOMISPOSSIBLE https://www.theeatingdisordertherapist.co.uk/online-courses.html Online Event - Inspiring Prevention of Eating Disorders and Body Image Issues https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inspiring-prevention-of-eating-disorders-and-body-image-issues-tickets-601388086957
Today Heather is joined by one of her favorite guests, eating disorder expert, dietitian, and biblical truth seeker, Amy Carlson. Amy and Heather dig into some of the messaging around food that they've observed floating around from Christian content creators. Today, the duo gets real and analyzes some of these messages. With an MS in Nutrition and more than twenty-five years of experience working with women with eating disorders and disordered eating, Amy challenges us to think about God as being with us on our eating journey instead of against us. A lot of the messaging around food coming at Christians casts food as "temptation" or "evil," but today's conversation looks at how God really intended us to relate to food and why demonizing food is not the best way to find a healthier relationship with it. Instead, we can invite God into this space and into our relationship and struggles with food. Heather and Amy also discuss the dangers in using Bible verses and stories to support disordered eating habits. Amy vulnerably shares how scripture played a role in her own journey into an eating disorder and how confusing and dangerous it can be to miss the context and goal of God's word and verses like, "commit your ways to the Lord and your plans will succeed" and twist it into a message of disordered eating. You're going to need to listen to this one twice! Get ready for a thought-provoking episode that just may challenge you to think about your relationship with food in a different way. Whether you've had a restriction-based eating disorder, or wrestling binge eating, if you've dieted all your life, or never been sure of how to handle food in a God-honoring way, this episode will encourage you. If it does, please leave a review. Learn more about Amy Carlson and the Peace With Food app at helloPeacewithfood.com Listen to Heather's other episodes with Amy Carlson about our relationship with food here (some are mentioned in today's show): How to Really Feel Better in Your Body Featuring Amy Carlson, RD Letting Go of “Good” and “Bad” Food Labels Featuring Amy Carlson, RD Is Self Control Really the Solution to Our Food Issues? Featuring Amy Carlson, RD Do I Need More Self-Control to Stop Eating? Feat. Amy Carlson, RD Amy Carlson, RD Shares What to Do if You Need to Lose Weight 2 What if I Really Need or Want to Lose Weight? Feat. Amy Carlson Do Food Choices Make Us Righteous? Diet Culture & Purity Culture Romans 14: Good Foods and Bad Foods? Featuring Amy Carlson Part 2 Should I Fast if I Had an Eating Disorder? A Look at Fasting Daniel Fast, Sugar Fasts, and the Truth About Biblical Fasting Are you ready for the next step to freedom in your body image journey? Check out Heather's new Christian online body image course: The Body Image Freedom Framework. Save $50 by using the code: PODCAST Discover more Christian podcasts at lifeaudio.com and inquire about advertising opportunities at lifeaudio.com/contact-us.
Trust is the knowing that our bodies are living intelligences, giving us immediate feedback about what does and doesn't work for us. When we stop viewing our bodies as something we need to control and manipulate, we can begin seeing them as very wise teachers. When we start to trust our bodies, we can listen and understand what they need.About Wendy WelsherWendy is a fat-positive personal trainer who specializes in functional strength and conditioning. She teaches the foundations of functional movement, weightlifting, and power training, including safe practices and recovery methods, which my clients use in their everyday lives to improve their activities of daily living greatly. She lives with ADHD, depressive disorder, and anxiety while in recovery from an eating disorder. She has experienced fatphobia and weight bias first-hand and understands how traumatic this is in a movement space. She can empathize with how it can affect one's self-esteem, confidence, and body trust. This is why Wendy created My Joyous Adaptive Momentous Movement and Joyful Inclusive Movement. She is creating movement spaces that are truly authentic, accessible, inclusive, safe, and effective. It's important to me to connect with her community through movement to show them how much fun it can be moving their body!Website: https://www.myjamm.rocks/ ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
In this episode of Fear Less, hosts Jessica Flint and Andrea Wells explore the concept of connecting with our inherent goodness and worth. They share a true story that serves as a metaphor for our true nature and the importance of embracing our inherent wholeness. Jessica & Andrea also recently met up in person for the first time! Take a listen to what they did along with a powerful metaphor they discovered together to help you lean into full recovery. Key Lessons: Embrace the idea of being inherently worthy, good enough, important, and significant. Discover five digestible and practical recovery-focused topics each week in the upcoming new season of Recover Strong. Join the Courage Club, with community-centered support and set learning goals, to enhance your recovery journey. Recognize the importance of prioritizing a long-lasting recovery and staying engaged with a supportive community. Listen to the true story shared of The Golden Buddha to help you find your inherent worth. SHOW NOTES - A true story to help you see your RADIANT BEAUTY and INHERENT GOODNESSJOIN THE COURAGE CLUB WAITLISTVisit jointhecourageclub.comCONNECT WITH RECOVERY WARRIORS Check out articles on the Website Follow on Instagram Like us on Facebook Learn more about the Podcast
This is a MUST listen episode for anyone worried about what can happen with your metabolism & health when your period is missing. Join me today as I sit down with the accomplished Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, founder and medical director of the Gaudiani Clinic. In today's episode, we delve deep into missing menstrual periods, discussing not just the hows and whys, but also the medical complexities surrounding it.Together, we unravel some thought-provoking insights:Everyone's metabolism is different, influenced by the energy we derive from our food intake.Behavioral changes in relation to metabolism often have their roots in genetics, dispelling the myth of a "broken" metabolism.Contemplating if one is “sick enough” to seek help is a clear indication that there's a problem that needs addressing.Tune in for a deep dive into understanding our bodies and the mysteries they hold when it comes to Hypothalamic Amenorrhea!Enjoy this episode!Cynthia About Dr. G:Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS-S, FAED, is the Founder and Medical Director of the Gaudiani Clinic. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard, medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, and her internal medicine residency and chief residency at Yale. Dr. Gaudiani served as the Medical Director at the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders prior to founding the Gaudiani Clinic, which is a Denver-based outpatient medical clinic dedicated to people with eating disorders and disordered eating. The Gaudiani clinic provides weight-inclusive and fat-positive medical care and embraces treating people of all shapes, sizes, ages, and genders. The Gaudiani Clinic is licensed to practice in 47 US states via telemedicine and offers international professional consultation and education.Dr. Gaudiani has lectured nationally and internationally and is widely published in the scientific literature as well as on blogs, is a Fellow of the Academy for Eating Disorders, and is a former member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Eating Disorders and the Academy for Eating Disorders Medical Care Standards Committee. Pick up a copy of Dr. Gaudiani's first book, Sick Enough: A Guide to the Medical Complications of Eating Disorders For more information about Dr. Gaudiani and her clinic - please visit https://www.gaudianiclinic.com/ Connect with Dr G on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/gaudianiclinic/Apply for coaching w/Cynthia: https://p.bttr.to/3ybjfOb Website: https://www.periodnutritionist.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/period.nutritionistFor the full show notes - please visit my website: periodnutritionist.com
Amy Winehouse is one of the most iconic voices in modern music history. Join us as we journey through the highs and lows of her tragically short but profoundly impactful life. Amy Winehouse, a gifted jazz and soul singer-songwriter, captured the hearts of millions with her soulful voice and candid lyrics. Born in North London, Amy's rise to fame was meteoric, earning her critical acclaim and a legion of devoted fans around the world. However, her immense talent was often overshadowed by her very public battles with addiction, mental health issues, and the relentless scrutiny of the media. Discover the woman behind the headlines and explore the enduring legacy of a soulful artist who will never be forgotten. Get your Homance apparel: nicolebonneville.etsy.com Follow us on IG: @homance_chronicles Connect with us: linktr.ee/homance Send us a Hoe of History request: email@example.com
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A Bite Size episode. Many people with eating disorders struggle with laxative abuse. It's not talked about enough and there can be much shame associated with this. In the episode, I talk about why people fall into laxative abuse and consider strategies to reduce dependency and ultimately come off laxatives. If you've been dependent on laxatives for a while, you might want to get support from your GP in managing this and monitoring your physical health alongside. This week's sponsor: - Elle Mace - https://www.ellemace.com/ Harriet Frew's current offers: - Online 10 Steps to Intuitive Eating Course with Harriet Frew - 50% off with code FREEDOMISPOSSIBLE https://www.theeatingdisordertherapist.co.uk/online-courses.html Online Event - Inspiring Prevention of Eating Disorders and Body Image Issues https://www.eventbrite.com/e/inspiring-prevention-of-eating-disorders-and-body-image-issues-tickets-601388086957
In this episode, hosts Jessica Flint and Andrea Wells delve into the power of analogies for overcoming fear in eating disorder recovery, before sharing a new analogy in today's lesson designed to help you make courageous changes when faced with fear. Join Jessica and Andrea as they discuss the importance of trust, the concept of confidence, and the deep knowing that comes from lived experience with an eating disorder.Key Lessons: Analogies and metaphors provide visual representations that can change our perspective on fear. Confidence is rooted in trust - a full, all-in trust in ourselves and our abilities to handle fear. Lived experience fosters confidence and allows us to guide others on their recovery journey. Overcoming fear requires letting go of micromanaging and embracing trust to move forward towards our desired outcomes. SHOW NOTES - Have you hit the brakes in recovery? Use THIS to accelerate forward JOIN THE COURAGE CLUB WAITLISTVisit jointhecourageclub.comCONNECT WITH RECOVERY WARRIORS Check out articles on the Website Follow on Instagram Like us on Facebook Learn more about the Podcast
Rachel Fine, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, and Certified Counselor of Intuitive Eating works with dancers worldwide to help them build supportive relationships with both food and body. FREE 7-DAY TRIAL to become The Healthy Dancer®: https://dancenutrition.com/membership/ Follow: https://www.instagram.com/tothepointenutrition/ and show more
Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin is a psychoanalyst, author and radio host specializing in binge eating disorder. She is the author of The Binge Cure: 7 Steps to Outsmart Emotional Eating and Food for Thought: Perspectives on Eating Disorders, and co-editor of Beyond the Primal Addiction. She has authored more than fifty articles about eating disorders. She hosts The Dr. Nina Show radio program on LA Talk Radio. Dr. Nina's TEDx talk is Why Binge Eating is NOT about Food. To View This Episode- https://youtu.be/rpyXrqXkARM #Dr.Nina #WhoKnewInTheMoment? #podcast
Having a child in the NICU can be a very stressful and emotional experience for parents. In this episode of Raising Joy, we talk to Landy Blackmore, whose daughter, Tillie, was born prematurely and spent time in Cook Children's NICU. Landy shares her personal story and offers practical advice on how to cope with the emotional rollercoaster that comes with having a child in the NICU.Whether you're feeling overwhelmed, scared, or simply exhausted, Landy's insights and support can help you navigate this difficult time.If you're a parent whose child is in the NICU, or if you know someone who is, be sure to listen to this episode of Raising Joy!