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The SeasonED RD
THAT Will Happen

The SeasonED RD

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 39:28


  Haley Goodrich, RD, LDN, CEDS-S  The word HATE  What is Healthism? – We are taught by the media and in school what health is supposed to look like. Look at our story of how we were trained  Identities described  Clinician body image -examining ourselves  Intense - What is your human response?  How does it feel?  We don't have to know all the answers  PAUSE  Regulate our own nervous system    Haley's Seasonings:  Weekly Team Supervision  Group Supervision  Have a burnout plan from Day 1  Allowing myself to be a human    Bio:  Haley Goodrich is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian who is fiercely passionate about helping people heal from disordered eating and cultivate a peaceful relationship with food and their body. She specializes in eating disorder recovery, body image, weight-inclusive nutrition therapy, and is an iaedp approved supervisor for registered dietitians. In addition to individual client work and managing her group private practice, she is also the co-founder of INSPIRD to SEEK, where she mentors nutrition entrepreneurs and practitioners who are challenging the status quo of our health industry. Haley strongly believes in integrating the Non-Diet Approach and HAES® philosophy into all health care settings, including nutrition therapy. She advocates through her writing, speaking, and social media presence.    You can learn more about Haley and her work on her website: www.inspirdnutrition.com or Instagram @hgoodrichrd      Within Summit  https://www.withinsummit.com/#about    With your host Beth Harrell

Make More Money as a Dietitian
EP. 169 Weight Loss - A Panel Discussion

Make More Money as a Dietitian

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 64:00


Today on the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, Christine has a roundtable discussion with 3 of her RD clients about working with clients on weight loss.    This is a HOT topic in the RD community and has been the theme of many heated conversations online. Which is why Christine decided to create a safe space to have a discussion on this topic so that we can all hear different voices, perspectives, and practices related to working with clients who want to lose weight. Even if you're NOT a fan of supporting clients with weight loss, you'll want to listen to this episode because there's something for everyone to learn here.     WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The different perspectives, approaches, and practices we take when the client's main goal is weight loss.  The importance of having autonomy in practice. The benefit of making other health markers the primary goal when working with an RD. Stories of how each dietitian treats weight loss in their individual practices.   MORE ABOUT OUR GUESTS: Shelley A. Rael, MS RDN, is a dietitian in private practice and is an author, speaker, and consultant. She helps people have improved health, wellness, and energy without dieting and constantly dispels nutrition myths and misinformation. People can enjoy eating without guilt and have better health. She is the author of The One Pot Weight Loss Plan, a cookbook for anyone who wants to eat healthier and have simple and easy recipes that the whole family can enjoy. And is the host of the Real World Nutrition podcast, in which she discusses how we can all eat in real world settings. Learn more about her work at www.ShelleyRael.com   Connect with Shelley via social media: https://linktr.ee/shelrael   Heather Bessee, MS, RDN, LDN, MIEP has been a Registered Dietitian for 20 years.  Her primary areas of expertise include Chronic Disease Prevention, Heart Health, Weight Management, Mindful Eating, Cooking Workshops, and Corporate Wellness Programming.  Heather's professional experiences include but are not limited to working in wellness centers, hospitals, YMCAs, insurance companies, and naval bases in the Northeast and Hawaii.  Heather is a Certified Mindful and Instinctive Eating Practitioner and uses key elements of this approach when counseling clients individually and in groups. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm and humor to motivate and empower clients to create a confident and connected relationship with food so they can best fuel their lifestyles. In addition to being a dedicated Dietitian, Heather is a seasoned Fitness Professional. She holds numerous certifications in various formats of Group Fitness Instruction and Personal Training.  Additionally, she holds two 200-hour Yoga Instructor Certifications. Several trips to Italy and Portugal shaped her curiosity to make Mediterranean-inspired dishes that are flavorful and fun. Her love of whole grains and vegetables along with her knack for using foods that are already in the refrigerator help her do some creative and cost-effective cooking in the kitchen. Heather believes that a fusion of meaningful movement, Mediterranean meals, and a well-managed mindset is the foundation to health and longevity.    Heather's Business Site and Social Details: www.mediterraneaninspiredmindset.com www.facebook.com/MediMindset www.instagram.com/mediterraneaninspiredmindset/ Heather Fiore, MS Ed, RD, LD, CDCES owns a HAES-informed, weight-neutral private practice in Lawrence, Kansas called Free State Nutrition. She has been a dietitian for 24 years, and her areas of specialty are diabetes, eating disorders, and disordered eating. In addition to her practice, Heather is a consultant with Beautycounter, a clean beauty company, and teaches group fitness classes.   Learn more about Heather by visiting her website at www.freestatenutrition.com   FEATURED ON THE SHOW Work with Christine as your business coach. Learn more about private coaching and schedule a Consult Call w/ Christine so she can discuss the details of how she can help you start & grow your business this year.   Grab a copy of the “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur”  Workbook  

El Balance
El Chico del Chándal

El Balance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 21:49


En esta edición de 'El Chico del Chándal hablamos de las agujetas en septiembre y el movimiento HAES gordos y sanos, como siempre, con nuestro entrenador, Alejandro Mazón, y su equipo de profesionales de la salud del Instituto del Ejercicio Terapéutico.

Shoulders Down
Weight Inclusivity, Self-Compassion, and Grieving the Thin Ideal with Mya Kwon

Shoulders Down

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 64:03


This week we are joined by Mya Kwon, a fellow anti-diet dietitian. In this episode we talk about: Mya's story with her relationship with food and bodyMya's unconventional path into the world of HAES and Intuitive EatingHow Mya's students respond to the weight inclusive curriculumWhy grieving the thin ideal is an important part of body image healingWhy self-compassion is central to intuitive eatingBefore diving into the interview with Mya, we answer a listener question about what to do when you've stopped calorie counting but you cant stop the internal calorie tracker in your brainConnect with Mya on Instagram @foodbody.peaceLearn more about Mya's work and offerings here Apply to The Embodied Method, my 1:1 coaching programSubmit your question(s) here for chance to have it answered on an upcoming podcast episodeFollow me on Instagram for more intuitive eating content @leahkern.rdVisit my website to learn more about my coaching offeringsSubscribe to my weekly newsletter to get a nugget of intuitive eating inspiration delivered to your inbox each week.

The Joyful Movement Show
EP 88 - 5 Tips to Add Movement into your Workday

The Joyful Movement Show

Play Episode Play 36 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 20:54 Transcription Available


It's no secret that sitting at a desk wreaks havoc on your body.  If your job involves working at a computer, you'll be all too familiar with the stiff neck and shoulders, tight hips and low back pain that tend to accompany this type of work.Not only that, prolonged sitting has an effect on our circulatory system that increases your risk for chronic health problems - some call office work “the new smoking”.In this episode we'll explore how to mitigate that risk and get feeling looser and more limber immediately by taking specific, intentional action.I'll share 5 quick and simple strategies to add more movement into your workday that you can implement today to start feeling better right away.Mentioned in the show:The What Moves Me FUNctional Movement Membership is now open for enrollment.  This is my new offering, where we put the FUN in Functional Movement so that you can feel better in your body without all the “no pain no gain”In October the focus is adding movement to your workday, and practicing bodily attunement.  Founding members receive a 50% discount for the lifetime of their membership if they enroll before Sept. 30, 2022.  Studies Referenced  Further reading about the risks of desk sitting: https://www.yalemedicine.org/news/sitting-health-risksAbout the HostKim Hagle (she/her)  is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Through mindset and movement 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.  Let's stay in touch! Kim is on Instagram and Facebook @radiantvitalitywellness.  Or visit her website at www.radiantvitality.caDisclaimer.  The information contained in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice.  Always consult a health care professional about your unique needs. Support the show

Embodiment for the Rest of Us
Embodiment for Real People in Real Life with Kymber Stephenson - EFTROU: S2, Ep10

Embodiment for the Rest of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 93:13


Embodiment for the Rest of Us - Season 2, Episode 10: Kymber Stephenson   Chavonne (she/her) and Jenn (she/her) interviewed Kymber Stephenson (she/her) about her embodiment journey.   Kymber Stephenson is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living and working in Colorado. Her experience began with a love of food which led her to pursue a degree in Culinary Arts from Johnson & Wales University. As her love of science and helping people wove with that initial path, she continued on to a Bachelor of Science in Culinary Nutrition with a dual concentration in clinical dietetics and culinary food science. From there, her background spanned diverse roles across the food, nutrition, and healthcare sectors as she went on to ground in medical nutrition therapy.    Kymber is especially passionate about disordered eating management and prevention. In this vein, she focuses on educating clients about the multi-faceted ways history, marketing, food systems, culture, psychology, and body image affect health and relationships to nutrition, food, and body. She works with clients to restore & build their relationship with food, acknowledging not only its nourishing properties, but truly embracing its comforts, tradition, and fun! Kymber is a strong believer in a whole person approach, embracing integrated body image counseling which often goes far deeper than simply body or image.    Working in a client-guided manner and Health at Every Size-informed, she strives to help each unique person reach their idea of peace and satisfaction in their bodies and their overall lives. Kymber's driving philosophy is that all people deserve equitable access to quality food, evidence-based nutrition education, informed consent, and bodily autonomy regardless of status or background.   Socials: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kymberstephenson @sidebysidenutrition    Content Warning: discussion of privilege, discussion of diet culture, discussion of ableism, discussion of healthism   Trigger Warnings: 49:18: Kymber discusses Lindo Bacon's work before more awareness of the harm that they have caused in their work came to light in the first two weeks of March 2022 here, here, here, and here among others (with updates here and here) (this episode was recorded in April 2022)  1:13:44: Chavonne discusses how white supremacy culture impacts her eating behaviors   The captions for this episode can be found at  https://embodimentfortherestofus.com/season-2/season-2-episode-10-kymber-stephenson/#captions/   A few highlights: 2:49: Kymber shares her understanding of embodiment and her own embodiment journey 14:54: Kymber discusses how the pandemic affected her embodiment practices  34:54: Kymber shares her understanding of “the rest of us” and how she is a part of that, as well as her privileges 48:20: Kymber discusses her take on IE, HAES® and AND 1:26:06: Kymber shares how listeners can make a difference based on this conversation as well as where to be found and what's next for her Links from this episode: ASDAH's response to Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Evidence Analysis Library (1) ASDAH's response to Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Evidence Analysis Library (2) Health At Every Size® (HAES®) (especially the FAQ for the origin of the HAES® movement) Intuitive Eating Kyriarchy Laziness Does Not Exist Nikki Haggett Sick Enough Social Determinants of Health White Supremacy Culture   Music: “Bees and Bumblebees (Abeilles et Bourdons​)​, Op. 562” by Eugène Dédé through the Creative Commons License   Please follow us on social media: Website: embodimentfortherestofus.com Twitter: @embodimentus Instagram: @embodimentfortherestofus

Health Can’t Weight
Diet Culture Creep: Polluting Our Safe Spaces with Leslie Schilling RD

Health Can’t Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 49:13


There are places we expect to be confronted with diet culture – like the gym, the grocery aisles, and the media… but how does it affect us when these toxic ideas creep into our safe spaces – like church, school, and the doctor's office? This week's guest is an expert on these issues, and our conversation today is particularly tailored to Christians who are concerned about diet culture creep damaging our relationship with God and our mission as faithful followers. Leslie Schilling, MA, RDN, CSCS, CEDS-S, owns a Las Vegas-based private practice specializing in nutrition counseling for families, people with disordered eating concerns, professional athletes, and performers. Leslie has served as a performance nutrition consultant for Cirque du Soleil® and the NBA and an expert contributor to U.S. News & World Report. You may know Leslie best as the creator of the Born To Eat® approach and co-author of the award-winning book, Born To Eat. Her new book about diet culture in the “safe” places hits shelves next summer.   She can be found on social media at: https://instagram.com/leslieschilling Or at her website: https://www.leslieschilling.com   ---   The following links were mentioned in this episode's conversation: https://sunnysideupnutrition.com/diet-free-back-to-school-resources/   https://thecorners.substack.com/p/human-bodies-and-the-image-of-god   --- If every problem at the doctor is your weight and every solution is weight loss… I've got you, friend! My 75-minute on-demand workshop called “Getting Care Out of Your Healthcare” will teach you, in any size body, to navigate the challenging and sometimes confrontational landscape of the doctor's office. It includes a workbook guide with actionable tips, checklists, scripts, and tools you can use at your very next visit! Find out more about the workshop HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/registration-for-care-in-healthcare-workshop --- AND I'm also extending my support in my new Pro2Pro line of services so that ALL health professionals are equipped to help their patients and clients navigate the issues of weight stigma in their doctor's office!   Everything starts HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/contentlinks If you are a HAES® informed health professional and are interested in having me do a workshop for YOUR audience in YOUR container (private group, coaching program, etc)… let's talk about what this could look like! Sometimes there is a huge setback averted for your clients when they can hear the evidence from a medical doctor! Email me (maggie@maggielandesmd.com) or send me a DM so we can chat! --- For the future-ex-dieters among you, I also host a free private Facebook group (The Diet Disruptors & Maggie Landes MD) for women who want to be in an active community discussing ALLLLL these anti-diet things with each other in a weight-neutral, safe space! Click on the link here to be directed through the invitation process: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/the-diet-disruptors I cannot wait to see you on the inside!! ---- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maggielandesmd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maggielandesmd/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maggielandesmd

The Period Recovery Podcast
How Rema Didn't Let Her Wedding Stop Her From Getting Her Period Back

The Period Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 55:18


Hey ! I am joined by my former client, Rema, for the Period Recovery Podcast this week, and she shares her story of losing and then regaining her period. Rema is a perfectionist, and the pressure and stress of trying to be perfect caused her to lose her period. During her struggle of trying to find a solution, Rema learned to listen to her inner voice and, therefore, ultimately faced her fears and found recovery. I hope that you find this episode helpful for you and your recovery! CynthiaListen in to learn more : {02:40} How Rema lost her period{08:52} How perfectionism can cause pressure and cause stress{12:55} When you learn to listen to your inner voice{22:00} The fears we need to face{35:00} why you can't compare two women who both lost their period{42:00} The stress of getting married 43:00} Life today and advice for another woman who lost their periodLinks:https://www.periodnutritionist.com

Breaking Body Biases
Why do you exercise? What motivates movement? with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 66

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 18:56


Why do you exercise? If exercise did not change your weight or how you looked in any way would you still do it?This week we explore why our reason for exercising is important and reasons for movement beyond aesthetic changes.Join us for a screening of Embrace at Pop Fit Studio on Friday 9/23 at 7pm.Join us in person or online for a fundraiser to support Smile Train on Friday 10/7.Learn more about the Body Image UpgradeCheck out our free webinar for our Weight Inclusive Instructor Training.Christine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight-inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

The Joyful Movement Show
EP 87 -"Embrace The Suck" - Fitspo Motivation Sayings that are Anything But

The Joyful Movement Show

Play Episode Play 32 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 18:40 Transcription Available


Tune in as we kick off a series I like to call “Fitness Motivation Sayings that are Anything But”.  This week we're exploring “embrace the suck”.Like most of the fitspo mantras, embrace the suck is something that's said in an attempt to motivate us to get the work done.  But is it really motivating?  I don't think so.Saying something like this to yourself, might result in you completing the workout… but it only reinforces the belief that exercise DOES suck, and that it HAS to suck in order to be effective… and the only way to experience any benefits from exercise is to use willpower and just do it.Our thoughts are very powerful, but believing such negative things about exercise will never create the positive feeling of intrinsic motivation.  Nobody sticks to something long term that they think sucks.Listen to learn how you can begin to reframe those negative thoughts to something truly inspiring.Mentioned in the show:The What Moves Me FUNctional Movement Membership is now open for enrollment.  This is my new offering, where we put the FUN in Functional Movement so that you can feel better in your body without all the “no pain no gain”The “What Moves Me”  - FUN-ctional Movement Membership is all about helping you create the motivation you need to consistently move your body in ways that feel good, so that you can get off the “start-stop cycle” for good and experience all the benefits of a regular movement routine.  Founding Members Special in effect until Sept. 30, 2022 - Save 50% off the monthly membership fee, for the length of time you're in the community. About the HostKim Hagle (she/her)  is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Through mindset and movement 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.  Can't get motivated to move?  Download “The Motivation Secret” - Kim's FREE guide that will help you understand why you feel stuck.  Inside you'll learn the three secrets to cultivating motivation that lasts and the one mistake we ALL make that is a motivation killer! Ready to take the next step?  Visit our website to learn more about our coaching programs For health professionals looking to adopt the non-diet approach in your business, visit Kim's mentor, Stephanie Dodier's site for free resources to get started.  Let's stay in touch! Kim is on Instagram and Facebook @radiantvitalitywellness.  Disclaimer.  The information contained in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice.  Always consult a health care professional about your unique needs. Support the show

The Joyful Movement Show
EP 86- Starting Fall with a Renewed Mission and Vision

The Joyful Movement Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 21:58 Transcription Available


I'm back from my summer podcasting break, and though I was quiet, lots has been happening behind the scenes.In this episode, I share a little update about what I've been up to personally and professionally over the summer months. During my time away, I took time to reflect and evaluate on my business and I feel a renewed sense of passion and vision going forward.Now, more than ever, I'm aware of just how many people the fitness industry leaves behind, and I'm on a mission to change that.  Far too many people are missing out on the amazing benefits of moving their body because toxic fitspo makes fitness seem hard and out of reach.  My mission is to make movement accessible, safe and enjoyable for ALL women so they can feel and function their best while meeting their body where it's at.  Tune in to hear how I'm working to make that happen.  Mentioned in the ShowThe What Moves Me - FUNctional Movement MembershipAbout the HostKim Hagle (she/her)  is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Through mindset and movement 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.  Can't get motivated to move?  Download “The Motivation Secret” - Kim's FREE guide that will help you understand why you feel stuck.  Inside you'll learn the three secrets to cultivating motivation that lasts and the one mistake we ALL make that is a motivation killer! www.radiantvitality.ca/motivationsecretReady to take the next step?  Visit our website to learn more about our coaching programs www.radiantvitality.ca/programsFor health professionals looking to adopt the non-diet approach in your business, visit Kim's mentor, Stephanie Dodier's site for free resources to get started.  https://www.stephaniedodier.comLet's stay in touch! Kim is on Instagram and Facebook @radiantvitalitywellness.  Or visit her website at www.radiantvitality.caDisclaimer.  The information contained in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice.  Always consult a health care professional about your unique needs. Support the show

Non-Diet Yogi
Ep 31. Moontime Nutrition Part 1: Nourishing Your Menstrual Phase

Non-Diet Yogi

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 38:09


The cyclical nature of your menstrual cycle communicates your constantly changing needs: physically, mentally and emotionally. The Menstrual Phase starts from the first to the last day of bleeding, lasting around 3 to 7 days.  Here are my top tips for deeply nourishing yourself during this phase, nutritionally and otherwise. It might not be what you think!This is first in a series of four on nourishing yourself throughout your entire hormonal cycle.LINKS:Support the pod! BONUS episodes and exclusive goodies for subscribers:https://www.patreon.com/nondietyogiRead this as an article online: https://www.funkyforest.com.au/blog/moontime-nutrition-part-1-nourishing-your-menstrual-phaseCasey's website: https://www.funkyforest.com.auCasey's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funkyforesthealthCasey's Instagram: @funky.forest.health    https://www.instagram.com/funky.forest.health/Non-Diet Yogi Instagram: @nondietyogi    https://www.instagram.com/nondietyogi/Grab your copy of my free e-book The Modern Yogi's BS-Free Guide to Wellbeing!https://www.funkyforest.com.au/a-modern-yogis-bs-free-guide-to-wellbeing.htmlSupport the show

The Period Recovery Podcast
The Connection with Binge Eating & Missing Periods With Elena Kunicki

The Period Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 54:42


For this week's podcast episode, I am joined on the podcast by Elena Kunicki, a Registered Dietitian! On the show today, she shares her experience of having an unhealthy obsession with fitness, exercise, and food. Elena explains the difference between binge eating vs. eating out of hunger and encourages us to find solutions for ourselves. Elena Kunicki RDN, LDN, is a Registered Dietitian who helps women heal their relationship with food, their bodies, and fitness. Through her journey to food freedom after 5 years of struggling with binge eating and amenorrhea, she developed a passion for helping other women overcome similar struggles. Elena now offers online coaching to women around the world. Her specialty is helping “fit” women stop binging so they can be free to live the healthy, happy and full life they were meant for. Highlights (03:11)    Elena's journey with food and fitness(11:13) How fitness and exercise became an unhealthy obsession(18:00) Binge eating vs. being very hungry(23:44) Listening to stomach vs. brain(33:54 ) How to find solutions(37:00) Finding root causes(47:00) How Elena's life has improved Connect with Elena:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.binge.eating.dietitian/ Book a call with Cynthia:https://my.practicebetter.io/#/5b60385967c6b90208ed4c99/bookings?s=630fba08590dea54d7cd9d96

Health Can’t Weight
The Super Interesting Origin of Superfoods

Health Can’t Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 34:24


You are not going to believe which food is the OG of the superfood moniker! That alone is a story worth telling. So today we are talking superfoods… What are they? Where did the idea come from? Are today's superfoods really super? Should I be paying attention to this? All your superfood inquiries addressed as well as the inaugural “Truth or Trash” segment that is going to be a regular part of the new podcast format! Glad you are back for season three! --- If every problem at the doctor is your weight and every solution is weight loss… I've got you, friend! My 75-minute on-demand workshop called “Getting Care Out of Your Healthcare” will teach you, in any size body, to navigate the challenging and sometimes confrontational landscape of the doctor's office. It includes a workbook guide with actionable tips, checklists, scripts, and tools you can use at your very next visit! Find out more about the workshop HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/registration-for-care-in-healthcare-workshop --- AND I'm also extending my support in my new Pro2Pro line of services so that ALL health professionals are equipped to help their patients and clients navigate the issues of weight stigma in their doctor's office!   Everything starts HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/contentlinks If you are a HAES® informed health professional and are interested in having me do a workshop for YOUR audience in YOUR container (private group, coaching program, etc)… let's talk about what this could look like! Sometimes there is a huge setback averted for your clients when they can hear the evidence from a medical doctor! Email me (maggie@maggielandesmd.com) or send me a DM so we can chat! Another free resource for health pros: The 3 Secrets to Fast-Track Your Clients' Progress by Breaking Up with BMI This on-demand training is the first step to crafting a weight-neutral health practice of your dreams! Health professionals of all disciplines are welcome to attend the training… dietitian, physician, physical therapist, chiropractor, health coach, nutritionist, naturopath, personal trainer, etc… if you support human health – I want to support you! Register for the FREE training HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/breakup-BMI-registration --- For the future-ex-dieters among you, I also host a free private Facebook group (The Diet Disruptors & Maggie Landes MD) for women who want to be in an active community discussing ALLLLL these anti-diet things with each other in a weight-neutral, safe space! Click on the link here to be directed through the invitation process: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/the-diet-disruptors I cannot wait to see you on the inside!! ---- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maggielandesmd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maggielandesmd/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maggielandesmd

The Joyful Movement Show
EP 85 - The Joy of Ultra Running - Trail Sisters' Story

The Joyful Movement Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 56:40 Transcription Available


Everyone has a different definition of what joyful movement means to them.On this episode, we are joined by four of my dear friends who recently participated in an ultra trail marathon, where they all ran more than 50 km, overnight, through a bush. And they LIKED it (I just cannot imagine!)And while each of them had their low points during the race, they all came out smiling.  Their joy for the sport is palpable, and infectious. Tune in to hear their inspiring stories where they share their “why” for running, including how they coach themselves through the tough times, and what running has taught them about themselves and life in general.  About our Guests: Bethany McRae, Tanya Mabon, Natalie Miltenburg and Robyn McClinchey are ultra trail marathon runners, mamas, trail sisters, and just all around amazing women that I'm honoured to call friends.  About the Host---Kim Hagle (she/her)  is Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Body Image Coach and founder of Radiant Vitality Wellness. Through mindset and movement 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.  Can't get motivated to move?  Download “The Motivation Secret” - Kim's FREE guide that will help you understand why you feel stuck.  Inside you'll learn the three secrets to cultivating motivation that lasts and the one mistake we ALL make that is a motivation killer! www.radiantvitality.ca/motivationsecretReady to take the next step?  Visit our website to learn more about our coaching programs www.radiantvitality.ca/programsFor health professionals looking to adopt the non-diet approach in your business, visit Kim's mentor, Stephanie Dodier's site for free resources to get started.  https://www.stephaniedodier.comLet's stay in touch! Kim is on Instagram and Facebook @radiantvitalitywellness.  Or visit her website at www.radiantvitality.caDisclaimer.  The information contained in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice.  Always consult a health care professional about your unique needs. Support the show

Next Step Espresso - Daily Nutrition/Fitness Tips
Ep 775 - Stop Fearing Weekend Calories

Next Step Espresso - Daily Nutrition/Fitness Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:03


You don't need to. Join my free Facebook group, Unlock Lifelong Health: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1306515996349617    Watch my free masterclass to discover how to ditch the diet cycle of failure and become lean and strong for life: http://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/free-masterclass/    Book a free consultation with me to discuss your goals and see if I'm the right fit for you: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/blueprint    Check out my behavioural health 1-2-1 coaching service if you want to ditch diets, improve your relationship with food and your health for good: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/nsn-coaching/ 

Next Step Espresso - Daily Nutrition/Fitness Tips
Ep 772 - I Used To Be A Wellness Wanker

Next Step Espresso - Daily Nutrition/Fitness Tips

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 6:20


And let me tell you why... Join my free Facebook group, Unlock Lifelong Health: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1306515996349617    Watch my free masterclass to discover how to ditch the diet cycle of failure and become lean and strong for life: http://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/free-masterclass/    Book a free consultation with me to discuss your goals and see if I'm the right fit for you: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/blueprint  Check out my behavioural health 1-2-1 coaching service if you want to ditch diets, improve your relationship with food and your health for good: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/nsn-coaching/

Breaking Body Biases
Week 10 Wrap up & What's Next- ACE Summer Series #9 with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 63

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 21:33


This week we recap the entire 10 episode series for taking a weight neutral approach in group fitness in order to have a greater impact.  This is the 10th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: Learn more about the entire series and what's next here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

The Period Recovery Podcast
The Last Piece of my Missing Period Puzzle With Former Client, Alissa

The Period Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 40:33


In this week's episode, Cynthia is joined by a previous client,  Alissa, to discuss her journey of healing and period recovery journey. According to Alissa, “Cynthia was the last piece of her missing period puzzle”. So many false statements are made to a woman who doesn't have their period. Don't believe everything your doctor tells you. {03:33} How Alissa lost her period{06:12} When she realized she had a problem, and what made her wait to get help{10:05} Getting answers {13:30} Finding proper motivation {15:19} Overcoming her fears{19:37} How Alissa got her period back{25:28} Relationships after recovery[29:34} Mental Clarity after recovery{35:39} Alissa's tips for period recovery Linkshttps://www.periodnutritionist.com

Health Can’t Weight
(Re)introducing the Health Can't Weight Podcast

Health Can’t Weight

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 21:14


Season three starts HERE! New name, new brand, new content, and you can expect me to be leaning even further into my unique point of view as a weight-neutral medical doctor and a public health nutritionist in the non-diet space. This episode is a worthwhile quick listen to get on board the new direction and get fired up about the content to come! In fact, I'm already giving you a homework assignment for this first episode, but you'll have to listen to find out what I need from you. I'd also love to hear what you think about the new podcast energy. Email me anytime! hello@maggielandesmd.com --- If every problem at the doctor is your weight and every solution is weight loss… I've got you, friend! My 75-minute on-demand workshop called “Getting Care Out of Your Healthcare” will teach you, in any size body, to navigate the challenging and sometimes confrontational landscape of the doctor's office. It includes a workbook guide with actionable tips, checklists, scripts, and tools you can use at your very next visit! Find out more about the workshop HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/registration-for-care-in-healthcare-workshop --- AND I'm also extending my support in my new Pro2Pro line of services so that ALL health professionals are equipped to help their patients and clients navigate the issues of weight stigma in their doctor's office!   Everything starts HERE: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/contentlinks If you are a HAES® informed health professional and are interested in having me do a workshop for YOUR audience in YOUR container (private group, coaching program, etc)… let's talk about what this could look like! Sometimes there is a huge setback averted for your clients when they can hear the evidence from a medical doctor! Email me (maggie@maggielandesmd.com) or send me a DM so we can chat! ---- For the future-ex-dieters among you, I also host a free private Facebook group (The Diet Disruptors & Maggie Landes MD) for women who want to be in an active community discussing ALLLLL these anti-diet things with each other in a weight-neutral, safe space! Click on the link here to be directed through the invitation process: https://www.maggielandesmd.com/the-diet-disruptors I cannot wait to see you on the inside!! ---- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/maggielandesmd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maggielandesmd/ Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maggielandesmd

Full and Thriving: An Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
70. Is Recovery Possible? with Anne-Claire Jedrzejczak

Full and Thriving: An Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 51:45


ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this episode Meg invited back Anne-Claire for another discussion about an age-old question, “is recovery possible?” and the nuances behind the idea of full recovery. Join them as they answer the question themselves and what recovery looks like based on their personal lived experiences. In this episode you Meg and Ann-Claire will be sharing Carolyn Costin's definition of recovery and their interpretation about it. ABOUT OUR GUEST Anne-Claire is a CCI Trained Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, Yoga Teacher and co-coach of The Recovery Collective! Anne Claire has lived experience with an eating disorder and is fully recovered. Anne Claire uses a combination of training and personal experience to work collaboratively with her clients and their treatment team to meet their recovery goals and transform your relationship with food, your body, and yourself so you can live a healthy, authentic and fulfilling life. Anne-Claire's: www.pathtorecovered.com Anne-Claire's Instagram: Instagram.com/path_to_recovered ABOUT OUR HOST Meg is a CCI certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and Founder of The Recovery Collective. She is the host of Full and Thriving: An Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast. Meg is now accepting 1:1 coaching clients and offers free consultations on her website. Meg's website: www.meg-mccabe.com Meg's Instagram: www.instagram.com/meg_mccabe/ The Recovery Collective Instagram: www.instagram.com/the_recoverycollective/ Subscribe to The Meg and Anne-Claire's YouTube Channel https://bit.ly/3cdHfIx Full and Thriving Podcast Episode 34 https://spoti.fi/3dPjg2W Listen to these free eating disorder recovery affirmations: megmccabe.lpages.co/200-recovery-affirmations/ Support the show by purchasing anti-diet merchandise here: www.etsy.com/shop/RecoveryCollective #podcast #mentalhealth #eatingdisorder #HAES #antidiet #wellness #anorexiarecovery #bulimiarecovery #lifecoach

Shame Free Eating
UnDiet Your Mind...LIVE Q&A

Shame Free Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 39:44


Listen in as I go live on the UnDiet App answering some great listener/follower questions!  We talk about if alcohol and intuitive eating can coexist...spoiler, they can, and what that might look like.   We dive into physical versus mental food restriction and hunger, staying on the challenging body image/embodiment path when your body changes and it feels scary, and the age-old objection that weight loss must be necessary to help with sore knees.   I also answer some digestive health questions that pertain to IBS, lactose, and dealing with food intolerances.   You may be wondering where it was that I went live to answer these questions, and the answer is the UnDiet Your Mind App. It's a wonderful resource with a variety of Anti-diet and HAES aligned practitioners provide recorded classes, courses, meditations, exercises, articles and more. If you want to check it out, the website to get connected is www.thebodylovesociety.com/app and you can use my code SHAMEFREE50 for 50% off the first month.   FREE Workshop August 31st at 12pm CDT - Your Food Freedom To-Do List Register at go.shamefreeeating.com/live   As always reach out if you would like to talk. Schedule a free consult at shamefreeeating.com. We can talk about your story and where you might be stuck or could use some support. Check out my schedule here Join the Shame Free Eating Live private FB group Shame Free Eating on Instagram

Breaking Body Biases
The BMI & Body Autonomy in Fitness - ACE Summer Series #9 with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 62

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 12:54


This week we explore the BMI: what it is, where it came from and what could be used instead. We explore Body Autonomy and how we could better support our participants on their health & wellness journey.  This is the 8th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: Learn more about the origins of the BMI. Examine ways you might measure your clients success without measuring weight loss?  Add your thoughts here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesTop Ten Reasons the BMI is BogusUCLA Study on the BMIThe origins of the BMIChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Impossible Beauty
Episode 101: Dylan Murphy, RD, LDN- "Postpartum Bounce Back Culture is Toxic"

Impossible Beauty

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 50:46


On today's episode, I talk with Registered Dietitian, Dylan Murphy, all about breaking free from societal lies and ideals around beauty and body image. Dylan received her Food Science and Human Nutrition Degree from Clemson University, completed her Dietetic Residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and has provided individualized nutrition coaching for hundreds of clients. Her specialty areas include eating disorders, disordered eating, Intuitive Eating, body image concerns, peri- and postnatal nutrition and women's health. Dylan is also the founder of Free Method Nutrition, based in Nashville, Tennessee. Free Method Dietitians practice from a non-diet, Health at Every Size (HAES) approach with an emphasis on Intuitive Eating and mindset work. In my conversation with Dylan, we talk about unhelpful cultural messages around food and body image that get in the way of women feeling trust, respect, and safety in their bodies. We also discuss why postpartum bounce back culture is toxic, why commenting on body shape and size in general is not helpful, the normalization of disordered eating, and how we can move toward feeling more confidence and peace in our relationships with food and our bodies. Dylan is doing such important work to help women break free from damaging cultural messages around food and body image. I can't wait for you to hear from her today.

The Healthy Post Natal Body Podcast
How to find the PERFECT diet. Interview with Brian Keane

The Healthy Post Natal Body Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 61:28 Transcription Available


 In this week's episode I have the pleasure of talking with personal trainer, author, podcast host and all-round-good-guy-and-happy-chappy  Brian Keane.You might, or should I say "should", know Brian from the Brian Keane podcast ( which is one of THE top nutrition podcasts in the UK) and his social media presence. He is one of my favourite people in the health and fitness world at the moment as he never tries to sell you a shortcut, is always truthful and is very generous with his knowledge and expertise.We are talking "the PERFECT diet".How do you go about finding the perfect diet?What is the most important thing when it comes to diet?Why the diet your friend recommended does not work for you.Should the health and fitness industry stop dealing in black and white?Are cookbooks/recipe books beneficial?And much more. Anyone who is familiar with Brian's work will know he is one of THE guys to talk to about this sort of thing and I have no doubt at all that you'll be inpired and get a tonne of useful information from this episode.Brian can be found in all corners of the internet, he is everywhere!His websiteMake sure to catch The Brian Keane podcastInstagramFacebookYou can find his books on Amazon, and I'm sure other places as well.In the news this week; This "good news for millions of women" article from WBUR about vaginal fluid transplants. Yes the science is new but it does hold a lot of potential.Remember to follow us on Instagram and Facebook for the competitions, wisdom and cute videos. And, of course, you can always find us on our YouTube channel if you like your podcast in video form with little pictures :) Visit healthypostnatalbody.com and get 3 months completely FREE access. No sales, no commitment, no BS. Email peter@healthypostnatalbody.com if you have any questions or comments Playing us out this week; "Feel better now" by  élise (This has some sweary words)

Breaking Body Biases
Creating Accessible & Inviting Fitness Spaces - ACE Summer Series #8 with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 61

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 11:06


This week we explore the spaces we create. How we can create spaces that are inviting and accessible for all bodies in order to reach the 50% and more of the population that is intimated by gyms and studios.  This is the 8th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: Walk into your studio or gym. What are some things that could be triggering or barriers to fitness for clients and potential clients?  Add your thoughts here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Secured Attachment With Food and Self with Tiffany North, RN, CIEC

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 46:52


In this episode, Karin welcomes Tiffany North, RN, CIEC, RN, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and creator of the Food Attachment Model™, to the show for the newest episode of Recovery Bites, “Secured Attachment With Food and Self”Join Karin and Tiffany for a conversation on Tiffany's Food Attachment Model™ and the four attachment styles, steps to healing one's relationship with food and body, the importance of mindfulness and intentional living, “ruptured attachment,” the intersection of eating disorders, substance, and alcohol abuse, setting barometers for success in recovery, and much more.Tiffany North is an RN, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and creator of the Food Attachment Model™, helping people with disordered eating finally find freedom, balance, and satisfaction. She helps clients to stop the binge/shame/restrict cycle. Her coaching focuses on secure attachment with self, body respect, through a HAES informed lens. With 22 years of sobriety, Tiffany feels that recovery has informed all areas of her life, especially her work as a nurse and a coach. Follow Tiffany on Instagram at @coachtiffanyrn and view her offerings.

Full Plate: Ditch diet culture, respect your body, and set boundaries.
#31: Q&A - Handling “Diet & Exercise” Advice for a Medical Condition

Full Plate: Ditch diet culture, respect your body, and set boundaries.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 35:14


In this episode, we're answering a listener question (with recommendations in general for handling medical conditions): "Do you have suggestions for handling a high blood pressure diagnosis? I recently started blood pressure medication but have been wary of my doctor's “diet and exercise” suggestion for lowering it without meds. Would love your HAES perspective on this! Thanks to both of you!" Studies of interest (TW for weight stigma): A review of interventions that promote eating by internal cues Medicare's search for effective obesity treatments: diets are not the answer Health-At-Every-Size and Eating Behaviors: 1-Year Follow-Up Results of a Size Acceptance Intervention  We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreon.com/fullplate Patreon is also where we publicly host transcripts for each episode, so if you're looking for those, head over to our Patreon.  Find the show and hosts on Instagram @fullplate.podcast Diane is  @dianesanfilippo and Abbie is @abbieattwoodwellness 

Breaking Body Biases
Programming Group Fitness Classes for an Inclusive Experience - ACE Summer Series #7 with Christine DeFilippis - EP 60

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 14:38


This week we explore how we can better program our workouts in order to reach the 50% and more of the population that is intimated by gyms and studios.  This is the 7th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: How can you program your classes in order to create more success? Add your thoughts here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Breaking Body Biases
Untangling FOOD in your fitness class - ACE Summer Series #6 with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 59

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 10:31


This week we explore food could influence our impact. Why should we separate food from our workouts and how that would look?  This is the 6th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: Start untangling food from your workouts. What would change? What things would you need to stop doing or saying? And what could be said instead?  Add your thoughts here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Embodiment for the Rest of Us
Bibliotherapy (Reading) as Embodiment with Jennifer Radke - EFTROU: S2, Ep7

Embodiment for the Rest of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 88:14


Embodiment for the Rest of Us - Season 2, Episode 7: Jennifer Radke   Chavonne (she/her) and Jenn (she/her) interviewed Jenn Radke (she/her) about her embodiment journey.    Jennifer Radke is the host of the podcast, Fat Girl Book Club, and a podcasting coach. Her body image journey started with sneaking cookie dough out of the deep freezer at the age of eight, moved through a bunch of different diets, at least three goal weight celebrations, two bodybuilding competitions and culminated in an eating disorder. When she finally figured out that she would never diet her way to self-love, she started reading. As she read, so many things began to fall into place and now her focus is on using the podcast to help others see that their body is something to cherished and loved.    Social Media:  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fatgirlbookclubpod/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063705813357 Fat Girl Book Club can be found on your podcast listening app of choice Podcasting Website: https://www.fearlesspodcasting.co   The captions for this episode can be found at: https://embodimentfortherestofus.com/season-2/season-2-episode-7-jenn-radke/#captions/   Content Warning: discussion of privilege, discussion of diet culture, discussion of eating disorders and disordered eating, mention of mental health struggles, discussion of ableism, discussion of co opting of BIPOC practices, discussion of healthism, discussion of weight loss surgery    Trigger Warnings: 5:06: Jenn R. discusses her eating disorder history  9:46: Jenn R. uses the word “crazy” in a way that may be ableist  10:21: Jenn R. discusses Lindo Bacon's work before more awareness of the harm that they have caused in their work came to light in the first two weeks of March 2022 here, here, here, and here among others (with updates here and here) (this episode was recorded in early March 2022)  25:43: Jenn R. discusses Virgie Tovar and her work (this author is now known to have caused harm to superfat and infinifat people, so there is no link to her work)  33:15: Jenn R. shares her experience with fitness magazines and body comparison  37:37: Jenn R. discusses Lindo Bacon's work before more awareness of the harm that they have caused (see note above)  37:57: Jenn R. discusses Caroline Dooner and her work (this author is now known to have caused harm due to her anti-vaxx stance and overall racist rhetoric, so there is no link to their work)  46:00: Jenn J. discusses Marilyn Manson and their book (this author is now known to have caused harm to intimate partners, so there is no link to their work)  51:31: Chavonne discusses Lindo Bacon's work before more awareness of the harm that they have caused (see note above)  52:52: Chavonne discusses Anita Johnston and her work (this author's book is now known to have caused harm due to its weight stigma, so there is no link to their work)  1:03:10: Jenn R. discusses weight loss surgery  1:05:08: Jenn J. discusses the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' Evidence Analysis Library  1:14:03: Jenn J. discusses Lindo Bacon's work before more awareness of the harm that they have caused (see note above)  A few highlights:  4:31: Jenn R. shares her understanding of embodiment and her own embodiment journey  16:13: Jenn R. discusses their understanding of “the rest of us” and how she is a part of that, as well as her privileges  31:14 Jenn R. shares how reading or bibliotherapy can help those moving toward embodiment  57:14: Jenn R. discusses how hosting a podcast about, by, and for fat people has enhanced her connection with embodiment  1:03:51 : Jenn R. discusses where HAES® and IE fall short  1:20:23: Jenn R. shares how listeners can make a difference based on this conversation  1:25:21: Jenn R. discusses where to be found and what's next for her  Links from this episode:  Ableism Absolute Fat vs. Relative Fat Belly of the Beast Big Big Love Big Fit Girl The Body Is Not An Apology Body of Truth Deb Burgard Decolonizing Wellness Dietland Don't Let It Get You Down FGBC Episode with Amanda Murphy FGBC Episode with Maggie Landes, MD FGBC Episode with Shadoe Ball 1 FGBC Episode with Shadoe Ball 2 The Fat Lady Sings Fatness Spectrum Fattily Ever After Fitness for Every Body Hanne Blank Happy Fat Health At Every Size® (HAES®) (especially the FAQ for the origin of the HAES movement)  Hunger Intuitive Eating Intuitive Eating (the book) Killer Fat (TW: full title has the “O word”) Dr. Lisa Folden Lucy Aphramor My Mother's Body Poodle Science Shadoe Ball Social Determinants of Health Sonya Renee Taylor Spoon Theory Tiana Dodson Train Happy Unashamed Music: “Bees and Bumblebees (Abeilles et Bourdons​)​, Op. 562” by Eugène Dédé through the Creative Commons License    Please follow us on social media:  Website: embodimentfortherestofus.com Twitter: @embodimentus Instagram: @embodimentfortherestofus

The Period Recovery Podcast
I've Been Told My Missing Period Is Not a Problem

The Period Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 32:30


Hey everyone! I'm very excited about this one. I'm going to be dropping some truth bombs and clearing up some of the half-truths! In this week's solo episode, I discuss the myths and false information I was given when missing a period. Along with clarifying some of the lies that multiple people have been told by health professionals, I'll give the TRUTH about your missing period. Some of the half-truths women hear about their missing period :{12:13} You just came off the pill - expect 3-6 months to have a regular cycle{14:07} Progesterone can kick start your period{15:48} You need to be careful about what you are eating but keep exercising{18:22} You are not skinny enough to have HA; you have a normal BMI{20:23} Other women work out as much as you or more, and they have normal periods{22:00} Post-pill amenorrhea {22:40} If you don't want kids, then it doesn't matter{24:32} You can be on hormone replacement for the rest of your lifeConnect with Cynthia:Apply for coaching: https://p.bttr.to/3dJneV8 Links: www.periodnutritionist.comTake the When Will My Period Come Back Quiz:https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/626aa3f218a24e0018c59fa6Instagram: @period.nutritionist 

The Paul Dermody Podcast
#152 How nostalgia fools you in this cruel way

The Paul Dermody Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 15:11


In today's podcast Paul speaks about a moment with one of his clients when they showed him a picture of how they had looked two years prior. “I'd love to look like this again,” they said — those words accompanying a photo of a gaunt, malnourished, rather anxious-looking person. At least, this was his suspicion. Our minds have a tendency to pull a specific situation from the past and gloss over it in a way that blinds us to the surrounding context that made it mundane, unpleasant or even unbearable. Today he talks about What is at the heart of a nostalgic attitude Why there is a disregard for why things had to change in the first place Nostalgia in relationships forgetting the arguments, sexual frustrations, disagreement and lack of shared values  Why it's not a unidimensional situation with an easy answer. There is no one easy, correct solution. Would returning to the past make us truly content? You may be interested in checking out Paul's blog post about nostalgia on Medium. Or his other blog posts about his clients on his website www.pauldermody.com  With over 6000 hours of 1 to 1 Personal Training behind him, Paul transitioned into the online space over 5 years ago. He specializes in helping you find calmness and joy in food, understand your core food values and how to apply it all to your life successfully. Find all the links for Paul's mailing list, articles and podcasts here Coaching inquiries: https://form.jotform.com/221504561646352  Or email paul@pauldermody.com  

Breaking Body Biases
Stepping away from aesthetic in fitness - ACE Summer Series #5 with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 58

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 12:57


This week we explore the LOOK of fitness. How could taking a less aesthetic approach help to create a greater connection with clients?  This is the 5th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: This week pay attention to your coaching and cueing. Could you change some aesthetic cues from your coaching? Add your thoughts using the link below. Add your thoughts here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Breaking Body Biases
The Impact of our Words in Group Fitness - ACE Summer Series #4 with Christine DeFilipis - Ep 57

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 18:11


This week we explore the power of our words. Take a listen to learn why reframing what we say could help create a much greater connection with clients. This is the 4th video in a series for fitness instructors for the ACE Group Fitness FB page.Assignment: This week pay attention to the words you use in your classes or when taking classes. Observe and reflect on what words are harmful and not helpful. Are there some words or phrases you would like to stop using? How can reframe our words to have a much more inclusive approach? Add your thoughts here.ResourcesJoin the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each MondayCheck out the full seriesChristine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Breaking Body Biases
Why Take a Weight-Neutral Approach - ACE Summer Series #3 with Christine DeFilipis - Ep 56

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 13:34


In this episode, the 3rd in a series for fitness instructors, we examine why fitness instructors would benefit from taking a weight-neutral approach.  This week we explore what it would look like if we took a weight-neutral approach. Take a listen to learn what a weight-neutral approach is and how it might benefit participants and those that haven't found their way to us quite yet.Assignment: Learn more about the SCIENCE behind taking a weight-neutral approach Join the ACE Facebook page to access the complete video series each Monday Check out the full series Christine is a Movement Motivator, Body Liberator & Unconventional FitProHer mission is to disrupt the industry and destroy diet culture. She is the host of the Breaking Body Biases podcast. She is the creator of FitPro Ed, an online education platform for fitness instructors and she is the owner of Pop Fit Studio in the Philadelphia suburbs:  a HAES & weight inclusive studio featuring dance, barre, bounce, and bungee workouts.CONNECT WITH Christineon InstagramOn FacebookOn LinkedInWebsitePop Fit StudioCONNECT WITH Breaking Body BiasesBreaking Body Biases WebsiteBreaking Body Biases on InstagramBreaking Body Biases on Facebook

Intuitive Eating & Body Positivity with Terri Pugh
53. Stop feeling the shame

Intuitive Eating & Body Positivity with Terri Pugh

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 38:20 Transcription Available


We feel so much guilt and shame around food. Let's put that into context, see where it comes from, and try and get rid of it. There is no place for shame around food and our bodies.Join the Eat From Within membership:  https://www.eatfromwithin.comJoin my chat forums: Click hereGet my intuitive eating tips, motivation and general life stories: https://terripugh.xyz/emails Get your FREE Introduction to Intuitive Eating e-book here: https://terripugh.xyz/ebookBuy me a cake and support the podcast: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/IAmTerriPughJoin the conversation in the Facebook group: Https://terripugh.xyz/facebookgroupFollow on Instagram: Https://terripugh.xyz/instagram or @IAmTerriPugh Drop me an email: Hello@terripugh.co.uk  Please note, this podcast is intended to be general information for entertainment purposes only. Any figures quoted are correct at the time of recording. As always, please seek the support of a registered professional before making changes to your diet or lifestyle⁠, or if you feel that you are affected by any of the topics discussed. Related Topics:Intuitive Eating, HAES, Health At Every Size, Body Positivity, Body Confidence, Body Positive, Anti Diet, Non Diet, Diet Culture, Food Freedom, Fat Acceptance, Fat Liberation, Self Care, Weight Loss, Eating Disorder, Eating Disorder Recovery, Disordered Eating, Nutritional Therapy, Slimming World, Weight Watchers, WW, Cambridge Diet, Cambridge Plan, 121 Diet, 1:1 Diet, Lighter Life, Noom, Coaching, Healing, Health, Wellness, Calorie Counting, Macros

Breaking Body Biases
Bias is Fitness Classes - ACE Fitness Summer Series #2 with Christine DeFilippis - Ep 55

Breaking Body Biases

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:59


In this episode, the 2nd in a series for fitness instructors, we look at BIAS.  If you haven't completed the Harvard Implicit Bias Test from the last episode, be sure to do that first. The results from this quick 'test' will help you as we talk about bias this week and how it could affect your classes. Take a listen to the video and complete the suggested activities.Homework:

Family in Focus with Wendy Schofer, MD
Taking Some Time Off to Find What Works

Family in Focus with Wendy Schofer, MD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:56


How often do you feel like you have to be on your A-game all the time? (Oh, not just me?!) Having to work, adult, keep things rolling... gets freaking exhausting. I took the executive decision to take July off with my family: I was the designated co-pilot on a 3050 mile roadtrip with my sister and the Littles. I learned so much about what worked during the trip, and how I'm applying that to what I want to continue to do now that I'm back home. What are you learning about what works for you and your family? Take a listen - and then drop me a line with what you're finding out for yourself. wendy@wendyschofermd.com Full show notes available here. --------------------- I ask a favor of you: if you liked this episode, please subscribe, rate and review on your favorite podcast service, and share with your friends so they know that there is a different way to stop struggling with worries about weight. It's easy and fun! And when you're ready to start applying this in your own home, check out www.wendyschofermd.com for more information about how the Family in Focus program can help you and your family create lifelong healthy relationships with food and body, now and at every weight. Disclaimer: While Wendy Schofer, MD discusses health and wellness, this is not medical advice and she is not your doctor. Optimal health is achieved in combination with your physician, who collaborates with you for your individual health. Talk to your doctor. And tell them about Family in Focus. Mwah!

Non-Diet Yogi
Ep 29. Overcoming Elitism and Racism in Yoga with Dianne Bondy

Non-Diet Yogi

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 65:53


The 8 limbs of yoga fundamentally support anti-racism, diversity, and body acceptance - and yet yoga in the west has been largely inaccessible to anyone who isn't white, wealthy, thin, and able-bodied. In this episode I speak with the incredible Dianne Bondy, and she delivers truth-bombs with her characteristic vivacious spirit!We talk about the commodification and cultural misappropriation of yoga, performative activism, anti-racism in yoga, and ways we can decolonise yoga in the west and finally make it accessible for people who have historically been denied access to these life-affirming practices. LINKS:Support the pod! BONUS episodes and exclusive goodies for subscribers:https://www.patreon.com/nondietyogiDianne's website: https://diannebondyyoga.com/Dianne's Instagram: @diannebondyyogaofficial https://www.instagram.com/diannebondyyogaofficial/Dianne's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DianneBondyYogaOfficialCasey's website: https://www.funkyforest.com.auCasey's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/funkyforesthealthCasey's Instagram: @funky.forest.health    https://www.instagram.com/funky.forest.health/Non-Diet Yogi Instagram: @nondietyogi    https://www.instagram.com/nondietyogi/Grab your copy of my free e-book The Modern Yogi's BS-Free Guide to Wellbeing!https://www.funkyforest.com.au/a-modern-yogis-bs-free-guide-to-wellbeing.htmlSupport the show

The Positive Thread
205: Scared you won't stop eating as an Intuitive Eater? Calm this irrational fear.

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 29:05


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body and food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating. Ditch the scale for good.Want to explore working together? BOOK A CALL TO LEARN MORE: https://calendly.com/heathermcc/chatwithheatherInstagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.comHave you been listening to the podcast for a while and found it beneficial to your life? Leave an honest rating & review on Apple podcasts.

The Period Recovery Podcast
Don't Let the Fear of Weight Gain Stop You From Getting Your Period Back with Florence Gillet

The Period Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 51:48


I'm so excited about today's episode with Florence Gillet. She shares her story of getting her period back and realizing she had never dealt with her emotional problems from her past.  She shares how she recovered from society's negative messages; you can do the same. I hope that you enjoy today's conversation with Florence Gillet. Cynthia Listen in to learn more {04:11} Florence's journey {11:36} Realizing you're doing everything wrong. {16:10} Emotional healing{21:00} Overcoming society's negative messages about weight{30:00} Tips for people who want to stop worrying about weight during the summer Connect with Florence Gillethttps://www.beyondbodyimage.comhttps://www.instagram.com/byond.bodyimageConnect with Cynthia : Apply for coaching: https://p.bttr.to/3dJneV8 Links: www.periodnutritionist.comTake the When Will MyPeriod Come Back Quiz: https://www.tryinteract.com/share/quiz/626aa3f218a24e0018c59fa6 Instagram: @period.nutritionist 

The Positive Thread
204: Should you focus on weight loss first before starting Intuitive Eating?

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 21:57


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body and food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating. Ditch the scale for good.Want to explore working together? BOOK A CALL TO LEARN MORE: https://calendly.com/heathermcc/chatwithheatherInstagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.comHave you been listening to the podcast for a while and found it beneficial to your life? Leave an honest rating & review on Apple podcasts.

The Positive Thread
203: 4 ways a healthy relationship to food will help your whole life

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 29:22


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body and food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating. Ditch the scale for good.Want to explore working together? BOOK A CALL TO LEARN MORE: https://calendly.com/heathermcc/chatwithheatherFollow me on Instagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.com

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Why “What I Eat In A Day” Content is Problematic

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 41:00 Very Popular


Alexis Conason, is a clinical psychologist and certified eating disorder specialist in private practice in New York City. She is the owner of Conason Psychological Services, a Health At Every Size ®-informed group therapy practice specializing in the treatment of binge eating disorder, disordered eating, and body image. Alexis is a fierce advocate for helping people recognize and question the societal norms that encourage their feeling not good enough about themselves so they can stop fixating on shrinking their bodies and reclaim the space that they deserve in the world. In this episode we talk about exposing your partner to HAES, why “What I Eat In a Day” content is problematic, and what really is mindful eating. Find her on IG @theantidietplan

The Positive Thread
201: Want to heal your relationship to body & food? The counter-intuitive thing you must do.

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 27:13


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body and food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating. Ditch the scale for good.Want to explore working together? BOOK A CALL TO LEARN MORE: https://calendly.com/heathermcc/chatwithheatherFollow me on Instagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.com

The Positive Thread
202: 3 secrets to feeling confident in your clothes without losing any weight

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 24:24


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body and food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating. Ditch the scale for good.Want to explore working together? BOOK A CALL TO LEARN MORE: https://calendly.com/heathermcc/chatwithheatherFollow me on Instagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.com

The Change
Hot Flash! - Weight Gain

The Change

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 14:47


This may be my favorite HOT FLASH to date! I review the normalcy of weight gain during perimenopause and why this change in body composition is generally NOT related to health. I explain the Health at Every Size (HAES) approach to health care and some tips and tricks for overcoming body shame/discomfort. NOTE: Lindo Bacon (formerly Linda Bacon) uses They/Them pronouns. I was not aware of the name change at the time of recording and apologize for not using the correct name/pronouns during recording. Also, Lindo Bacon is no longer associated with ASDAH as of this writing (7/2022). Links:ASDAH | Committed to Size Diversity in Health and HAES®Lindo Bacon, PhD, formerly Linda BaconImpact of fat stigma on health care: Fat Is Not the Problem--Fat Stigma Is - Scientific American Blog NetworkAubrey Gordon:About — Your Fat Friend and her amazing resource list Fat Reading List — Your Fat FriendHome – Radical Self-Love for Everybody and Every Body (thebodyisnotanapology.com)Bonus link: ASDAH and the HAES movement are growing in an exciting direction - check out this great presentation by their current vision and strategy leader Veronica Garnett Intersectional Liberation in Health at Every Size(tm) (no song) - YouTube

The Positive Thread
199: Should I quit sugar or keeping eating it?

The Positive Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 23:46


Fed up with yo-yo dieting? Heal your relationship to body & food with the 10 tools of Intuitive Eating. Ditch the scale.Want to explore working together? Learn more here: www.heathermcconochie.comFollow me on Instagram: @heathermcconochieVisit me at: www.heathermcconochie.com

Drunk Dietitians Podcast
Cortisol, Adrenal Fatigue, and Elimination Diets

Drunk Dietitians Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 39:23 Very Popular


Dana Monsees is a Licensed Dietitian-Nutritionist (MS, CNS, LDN) and Body Image Coach who practices from a HAES, non-diet approach. Her philosophy combines neutral nutrition with weight-inclusive care and the principles of integrative health, to help women heal their relationship with food and their bodies as a root cause of chronic health conditions. This episode it debunks a lot of misconceptions regarding adrenal fatigue, how consistently high levels of cortisol impacts health, and dieting and health. Find Dana on IG @danamonsees_cns