Many people use their sport to manage their mental health - and also, many struggle with their mental health because of their sport. This week, Kathryn and Kristi welcome Haley Smith to the show to talk about her highs and lows in gravel and life. Haley talks openly about her journey with Orthorexia, depression, and the compulsions that come with this. After struggling with RED-S throughout her career in sport, Haley shares what it's like to work towards a healthy relationship with food and athletics. IG: @haleyhuntersmith *** Support the Podcast *** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at insidetracker.com/feisty Hammerhead: Get a FREE heart-rate monitor with the purchase of a Hammerhead Karoo 2. Visit hammerhead.io and use promo code GIRLSGONEGRAVEL at checkout Register for the Outspoken Summit November 11-13th at https://www.womensperformance.com/outspoken Mentioned in this episode: Inside Tracker - September 2022 This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Chartable - https://chartable.com/privacy
Do you feel like you are only able to maintain your weight by dieting or over-exercising? Is it difficult for you to trust your hunger and fullness cues? Does your weight constantly go up and down? Listen to today's episode where we talk all about finding your body's natural set point weight.In this episode, we talk about:What is 'set point weight theory'?What can happen to your weight with intuitive eating after a dietInternal and external influences on our weightHow to know if you are at your healthy weightIf you want to learn how to stop dieting and rebuild trust with your body so you can achieve a healthy, sustainable relationship with food and your body, apply to Nourished to Thrive: https://nourished-to-thrive.thinkific.com/courses/nourished-to-thrive-self-pacedInstagram: @emmysyummys
According to the American National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, around 9% of the US population are affected by an eating disorder. We've all heard of anorexia, bulimia and binge eating, which are among the most commonly diagnosed. But there is also orthorexia. It's called orthorexia, coming from the Latin words “orthos”, meaning correct and “orexis”, meaning appetite. American doctor Steven Bratman coined the term in 1997. To put it simply, orthorexia is a need to eat healthy at all costs, to the extent that it becomes an obsession. Those affected start cutting out certain foods completely, or even seeing them as dangerous when they're not really. Scientifically speaking, orthorexia isn't recognised as an eating disorder in its own right, at least not yet. So it's hard to find any precise data on how many people are affected. But it's still more dangerous than you might think. Isn't eating healthily recommended by medical professionals? How can I find out if I suffer from orthorexia? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions ! To listen to the latest episodes, click here: Will Star Wars: Andor live up to the hype? Why were the queen's bees told of her death? Do I have poor blood circulation? A podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this Q+A style episode, I am answering some specific listener questions on all things sugar cravings, intuitive eating, dealing with negative body image, tips for higher self-confidence and opening up about some personal struggles I have faced this past year. We discuss topics such as:What to eat when you are not hungryDealing with sugar cravings and binge eatingTips for self-confidenceNavigating friendships in your 20's + (my love life?!)What to do on bad body image days...and so much more!Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emmysyummys/Website: https://www.emmysyummysnutrition.com/Apply for group coaching: https://nourished-to-thrive.thinkific.com/courses/nourished-to-thrive-self-paced
Welcome Jessica Flanigan back to the Whole View! This week, Stacy and Jessica continue their discussion from last week and dive into new science behind orthorexia, restrictive dieting, and intuitive eating. Jessica shares her experience as a nutrition to give listeners an inside look into how restrictions play into eating disorders, and actionable steps we can take to better our overall health when dealing with food restrictions. Find Jessica: thelovingdiet.com/ www.instagram.com/thelovingdiet/ intakeq.com/booking/cotf0t Don't forget to subscribe to this channel and visit realeverything.com! If you haven't yet unlocked our bonus content, checkout Patreon for exclusive behind-the-scenes content and how Stacy and her guests really feel about the topics they discuss. Your subscription goes to support this show and gets you direct access to submit your questions! We also want to give a big thank you to this week's sponsors! Beautycounter.com/StacyToth | Code CLEANFORALL30 for 30% off paleovalley.com/thewholeview | code: thewholeview15 for 15% Indeed.com/wholeview Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Can eating be too clean? How can a focus on what's healthy become unhealthy? What happens when we take good and bad food labeling too far? On this episode of the “Better Than Fine” podcast Personal Trainer, Wellness Coach, and host, Darlene Marshall, explores the current definition of orthorexic eating, and tools you can use to keep nutrition in balance on your own wellness journey. The most trusted name in fitness is now expanding into the wellness world. Become an NASM Certified Wellness Coach and you'll be able to guide and motivate clients to make lasting changes through mental and emotional well-being, recovery, and more. https://bit.ly/3RBXjn5
Food is more than just fuel. Our relationship with food is important, and it is something very personal that we all get to experience differently. But what if you suffer from an eating disorder? How will you improve your relationships with food? In this episode of Conversations with Claire, we have our guest, Erin Monson. Erin is a Certified Personal Trainer, Relationships and Boundaries Coach, Self-worth and Body Image Coach, and Nutritionist. Today, we're going to focus specifically on your relationship with food, and what that journey has looked like for us, and we will also discuss some insights that might help you with your nutrition and how you can have better relationships with the food that you eat every day! Highlights: (02:27) Getting to Know Erin Monson + Her experience with nutrition (06:54) The ins and outs of our relationship with food (12:21) A walk-through of Erin's eating disorders and how she pursued her fitness career (18:24) What happened to Erin after going through the stage of Orthorexia? (21:58) The shame of going through an eating disorder (25:19) How many years has Erin been struggling with her relationship with food? (27:47) The Importance of Acceptance (29:19) Erin's resources that can help you pivot (32:49) Connecting with Others: How it helps us discover our inner truths and authenticity (36:07) What does Erin's relationship with food look like today? (41:40) Has Erin tried doing the intuitive route? (50:05) What is something that Erin feels she's doing well when it comes to her relationship with food? (54:11) Three Things Erin is Grateful For Links: Website: Erin Monson Instagram: Health & Fitness + Relationship Coach (@erinmonson) • Instagram photos and videos
Oftentimes people will associate a certain food with "weight gain". When the reality is that there isn't one food that is directly related to instantly gaining weight. When the body needs to put weight on, in the example of "re-feeding" from under fueling for too long, then the body will use anything it can to help build the body back up. Behavior, mindset, beliefs and distorted thoughts can contribute to weight changes, more than a single food. Aim for balance in intake each day by including all foods - whole foods and fun foods alike.Should you wish to chat more about your needs personally, feel free to schedule with Nicole here:https://wayoflifenutrition.as.me/LetsChatSTOPP ! Just pause for a momentTAKE A BREATH Notice your breathing as you breath in and out - use 7/11 breathing techniqueOBSERVEWhat thoughts are going through your mind right now?Where is your focus of attention?What are you reacting to?What sensations do you notice in your body?PULL BACK - PUT IN SOME PERSPECTIVEWhat's the bigger picture?Take the helicopter view.What is another way of looking at this situation?What advice would I give a friend?What would a trusted friend say to me right now?Is this thought a fact or opinion?What is a more reasonable explanation?How important is this? How important will it be in 6 months time?It will pass.PRACTISE WHAT WORKS - PROCEEDWhat is the best thing to do right now?Best for me, for others, for the situation?What can I do that fits with my values?Do what will be effective and appropriate.HOW TO USE STOPPPractise the first two steps often for a few days - many times every day at any time.Read through the steps often.Carry written reminders with you (use the printable resources below).Practise STOPP by running through all the steps several times a day, every day...when you don't need it.Start to use it for little upsets.Gradually, you will find that you can use it for more distressing situations. Like any new habit or skill, it will become automatic over time.THE STEPS EXPLAINEDSTOP!Say it to yourself, in your head, as soon as you notice your mind and/or your body is reacting to a trigger.Stop! helps to put in the space between the stimulus (the trigger, whatever we are reacting to) and our response.The earlier you use STOPP, the easier and more effective it will be.TAKE A BREATHBreathing a little deeper and slower will calm down and reduce the physical reaction of emotion/adrenaline.Focusing on our breathing means we are not so focused on the thoughts and feelings of the distress, so that our minds can start to clear and we can think more logically and rationally.OBSERVEWe can notice the thoughts going through our mind, we can notice what we feel in our body, and we can notice the urge to react in an impulsive way. We can notice the vicious cycle of anxiety, sadness or anger.Noticing helps us to defuse from those thoughts and feelings and therefore reduce their power and control.PULL BACK / PUT IN SOME PERSPECTIVEThe thought challenging of CBT. Thinking differently.When we step back emotionally from a situation, and start to see the bigger picture, it reduces those distressing beliefs. We can do this by asking ourselves questions.PRACTISE WHAT WORKS / PROCEEDThis is the behavioural change of CBT. Doing things differently.Rather than reacting impulsively with unhelpful consequences, we can CHOOSE our more helpful and positive response.REFERENCE:Full credit to this technique is owed to Carol Vivyan of www.getselfhelp.co.uk who has kindly given ANJ permission to use this technique within Counselling and Training assignments.
This week, Aleen is joined by Lee Tilghman aka @leefromamerica. Lee tells us about her journey as an OG wellness influencer – she shares what her day-to-day was like and how her own health was suffering BTS, while she was publicly being considered a “wellness guru” on social media. Next, Lee shares how both social media and the wellness industries consumed her, and what ultimately brought her to go on a “healing hiatus” to seek professional help for Orthorexia. Aleen and Lee then talk about the power the diet industry has on us through marketing and education, why the “Health at Every Size” approach to wellness was never taught to us as kids and how *wellness burnout* is absolutely real. To end the episode, Lee shares why she came back to Instagram, what her new outlook on sharing on social media looks like now, and they also chat about some of her latest thought-provoking posts about things like not needing to make every one of your hobbies into a job and comparing counting likes on instagram to counting calories. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is sponsored by EveryPlate. Enjoy meals starting at $1.49 a plate using code MLM149 at checkout! Have you ever wanted to live a "cleaner" or "healthier" life? One day you're living free of toxic chemicals, the next you're being fear mongered into a wildly antithetical existence under the guise of "business". For Atalie, being pregnant and terrified of harming her unborn child lead her down a path darker than she had imagined from a health and wellness company. It's a slippery slope from "toxin free" to conspiracy theorist and Atalie walked the line for over 3 years before sharing her truth. Show Notes Queen Elizabeth's life in Pictures - https://www.npr.org/sections/pictureshow/2022/09/08/1064160788/these-photos-follow-the-life-of-queen-elizabeth-ii-from-childhood-to-the-throne JR Ridinger dies suddenly - https://pagesix.com/2022/08/31/miami-socialite-j-r-ridinger-dies-suddenly-at-63/ CULTS, CANCER, AND COVID-19: WELCOME TO ARBONNE, HUN! - https://shityoushouldcareabout.com/article/arbonne From Huns to Humans - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/from-huns-to-humans/id1585142247 What is Orthorexia? - https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/eating-disorders/what-is-orthorexia Joyful Movement - https://nutritionstripped.com/joyful-movement/ Cultish by Amanda Montell - https://amzn.to/3Q7owx9 Dr. Steven Hassan's BITE Model - https://freedomofmind.com/cult-mind-control/bite-model/ Ponzinomics by Robert L. FitzPatrick - https://amzn.to/3q16oJb How can you help? Report false income and health claims here: https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/ Or go to: https://www.truthinadvertising.org You can also report to your state Attorney General's office! https://www.naag.org/find-my-ag/ Not in the U.S.? Go here: https://www.ftc.gov/policy/international/competition-consumer-protection-authorities-worldwide Support the Podcast! Join the Patreon! - https://www.patreon.com/robertablevins Buy me a Taco and leave a note!
Is food on your mind 24/7? Are you always thinking about and planning your next meal?In this episode we discuss 3 major culprits to this "food obsession":Mental restriction and what this actually looks likePhysical restrictionEmotional RegulationIf you resonate with today's episode and are looking for more guidance and support to finally heal your relationship with food, apply for Nourished to Thrive group coaching!Group Coaching: https://nourished-to-thrive.thinkific.com/courses/nourished-to-thrive-self-pacedWebsite: https://www.emmysyummysnutrition.com/IG: @emmysyummys
Today I am welcoming guest Sabrina Vega to the Food Freedom Lab to share her personal story of recovering from bulimia and orthorexia. TRIGGER WARNING: Sabrina is going to be sharing information regarding her personal experience of struggling with an eating disorder, if hearing about disordered eating behaviors is not supportive to your journey, please skip this episode WHO IS SABRINA VEGA? Sabrina is originally from Perú and she moved to California 7 years ago. After a deep process of healing/reconnection while backpacking around Europe and Asia, she found how disconnected she was from herself and her body. She had to do a lot of personal work and discovery. She now dedicates her life to help others as a certified coach and meditation practitioner, finding and learning ways to connect with herself on a deeper level to share her story. CONNECT WITH SABRINA Shownotes Watch this podcast on Youtube! Follow Sabrina On Instagram Read Sabrina's Blog
Not having a period is NOT healthy! Sharing a bit of my personal story of overcoming hypothalamic amenorrhea and rebuilding a healthy relationship with exercise and my body. If you are missing your period, be sure to give this episode a listen! Need more support?Apply for 1-1 coaching: www.emmysyummysnutrition.comCheck out this blog post:Health Consequences of Hypothalamic Amenorrhea
Shame - an inevitable part of chronic illness - can be a roadblock to recovery. Johannah shares the impact of shame on her health and how she found the courage to move past it. In addition to softening her symptoms, this journey has positively influenced every aspect of her life. Johannah has a master's degree in education and a career in non-profit management. She is also the executive director of the Rome Foundation and secretary-treasurer for the center for education and practice of biopsychosocial care. In addition to her professional experience, she is a digestive health patient and patient advocate. She is a co-author of the book, Gut Feelings: Disorders of the Gut-Brain Interaction (DGBI) and the Patient-Doctor Relationship. Contact her through Twitter @johannahruddy.
Abbey Sharp is a Registered Dietitian (RD), award winning cookbook author, YouTuber, and the founder of Abbey's Kitchen Inc where she shares healthy recipes and debunks nutrition myths! In this episode, Abbey shares her experience with the sneaky eating disorder orthorexia, and how she eventually recovered and found a path to intuitive eating. (Plus, why you should never trust a What I Eat In A Day video!) Sponsors Athletic Greens: LIFE CHANGING!!!! Visit www.athleticgreens.com/realpod - Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. LMNT: LMNT seriously is it. It's a headache-buster. LMNT is offering listeners a FREE sample pack with any purchase. Get yours at www.drinklmnt.com/REALPOD Produced by Dear Media
When does 'eating clean' become an eating disorder? Claudia first asked this question in 2015 in an article about Orthorexia and revisits it in today's episode after seeing a new generation struggle with the misunderstood condition. Read the original VICE article here: https://www.vice.com/en/article/z4jd33/orthorexia-eating-clean-eating-disorder --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In today's episode, I'm talking to Ali Bonar, founder & CEO of Oat Haus and the creator of Granola Butter. Ali struggled with an eating disorder for over a decade and is now on a mission to help others who are going through the same thing. Her favorite food is baby back ribs and she says people who don't add avocado are the reason she has trust issues. In this episode, we cover: Ali shares her experience with orthorexia and overcoming lifestyle habits that did not allow her to thrive [2:18] Approaching recovery by introducing “fear foods” led to the creation of OatHaus [8:20] Recognizing the idea on nourishing food and making space for all foods [14:59] Recovery and our relationship with food isn't meant to be 100% perfect [20:30] Food restrictions and unhealthy eating habits aren't always a visible disorder [26:10] Connect with Ali: Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/alibonar/ https://www.instagram.com/oat.haus/ LINKS: Free Call with Dylan Follow Dylan on IG Follow FMN on IG
Are your dieting attempts leading you into an eating disorder? In this episode, we discuss the differences and similarities of disordered eating and eating disorders and bringing awareness to unhealthy eating behaviors that are keeping you from food freedom. For more information and support for eating disorders: https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/Apply to work with me:https://www.emmysyummysnutrition.com/
Are you stuck in a pattern of "healthy eating" obsession like I was? 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, drop fat and keep it off for good: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/nsn-coaching/
In this episode Dr. Will Cole is joined by Founder and Editor in Chief of THE FULLEST, Nikki Bostwick. Nothing is off limits as they discuss the mood boosting benefits of saffron, natural menstruation tips, overcoming orthorexia, yoni steaming, and how to use ancient rituals to take back agency over our health, naturally. For all links mentioned in episode: www.drwillcole.com/podcast Visit The Fullest's website here & shop page here. For 15% off THE FULLEST Shop, use code DrWillCole15 at checkout. This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode. Produced by Dear Media.
In this episode I talk about the benefits I noticed after two months of recovery from orthorexia (restrictive eating). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vibewithgracierose/support
Under eating has a huge impact on your hormones, digestion, sleep and mental health. Not sure if you are truly eating enough?Find out in today's episode where I discuss some of the most common physical + mental consequences from under fueling. Apply to work with me:www.emmysyummysnutrition.com
There is a significant intersection of people with eating disorders and disordered eating with T/trauma. In this episode, we identify the meaning of trauma and explore how it shows up in our body beyond intellectual awareness. We also discuss: Trauma informed vs trauma aware A little of Stef's history Anger and eating disorder behaviors The issue of safety Quote by Gabor Mate The role of connection and co-regulation Shame, non-judgment, safety, and repetition Intergenerational trauma Join the LAD Membership Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Website – www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com Connect with Sarah Dosanjh Website – www.thebingeeatingtherapist.com YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBingeEatingTherapist Sarah's book I Can't Stop Eating is available on Amazon Connect with Stefanie Michele Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com Work With Stef - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/application
The athlete world is FULL of disordered eating advice! But if you're an athlete you may not know that. You may be thinking this advice is normal.. And then be judging yourself for not being able to adhere to that advice. Or maybe you were ‘strong enough' to stick to your regimented (and often unhealthy) way of eating as an athlete but feel completely lost on what life with food and your body ‘should' look like, not that you've retired (or are no longer able to train). If you struggle with your relationship with food and feel confused on what ‘normal eating' should look like as a former athlete, or are stressing about body changes that are happening as a result, this podcast episode with former Division 1 Athlete and Registered Dietitian, Katie Spada, is the one you want to listen to! Katie shares her own journey as an athlete and how that affected her relationship with food and body image, and how that journey inspired her to help others in the athlete world and especially those who retire from it find balance and healing with food and body image. In this episode we cover: [0:30] Katie's story and how she became a Dietitian who specializes in working with athletes & former athletes [3:02] Common misconceptions about nutrition that can actually be harmful to performance and body image within the different athletic communities [6:41] Addressing the coaches' levels of education in nutrition [8:14] How coaches often focus on body size instead of performance & why that is problematic [10:11] How coaches can turn a blind eye to Orthorexia [11:40] The balanced approach to good nutrition for athletes versus disordered eating and how athletes can put themselves in the best position to eat intuitively AND perform well [17:38] How athletes can become more in tune with their body's hunger cues when exercise blunts natural hunger cues [20:37] Common struggles with food and body image that athletes face when retiring from their sport career [22:30] Red flags that can act as clues to former athletes that they may have disordered eating [25:51] Why body change is normal when you stop living the athlete lifestyle and the association between appearance and worth [33:56] Katie's advice for transitioning to unfamiliar normal life from extreme athlete life [37:51] The freedom and fun that come from discovering new things and the power of asking questions of your desires Rachel's Resources: Are you a Food Freedom Professional seeking to boost her coaching confidence with clients using the Intuitive Eating approach? Get immediate access to the FREE video training, 3 Steps to Boost Your Coaching Confidence: https://rachelgoodmanrd.kartra.com/page/food-freedom-for-professionals Stop feeling out of control with food using the FREE eguide: 3 Steps to Stop Feeling Out of Control with Food (hyperlink to https://rachelgoodmanrd.kartra.com/page/7NG39 ) Join Rachel's online course Living Free: rachelgoodnutrition.com/program Follow Rachel on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/dietitian.rachelgoodman/ Want to share your thoughts or feedback on this episode? Contact Rachel at email@example.com Katie's Resources: Follow Katie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fueling.former.athletes/ Check out Katie's Website: www.spadastrongnutrition.com
Tune into this episode where I talk about the biggest mistakes I made when I first started my intuitive eating journey. If you are new to intuitive eating or are unsure what it is, we dive into common misconceptions about it in this episode! Join The Nourished to Thrive Community group coaching:https://nourished-to-thrive.thinkific.com/courses/nourished-to-thrive-self-pacedWebsite:https://www.emmysyummysnutrition.com/
Eloise du Luart is a professional long distance triathlete. Although she was born and raised in the UK, she represents France internationally. Eloise played Lacrosse for England before discovering triathlon. But what's particularly special about Eloise is the way she speaks so openly about eating disorders and the importance of fuelling as she doesn't want anyone else to go through what she has been through. You'll hear: 09:00 How Eloise first heard and got into triathlon, thanks to a colleague at work. And why at the end of 2015 at the end of University she decided to have a crack at going pro. "Its the worst decision I could have made. I wasn't ready mentally or physically." 16:45 Eloise talks about some of the "stupid" mistakes she made as a youngster which led to an eating disorder. It's not normal not to have your period. I was a ticking time bomb. Being a professional athlete isn't just about training. 21:00 Some important messages about fuelling before during and after training and the dangers of Orthorexia too. 29:00 Eloise talks about RED-s and contacting Renee Mcgregor who told her she needed to sort her life out. That was one of the darkest moments. I hit rock bottom which was painful but needed. I have to take responsibility. It was so obvious but yet it wasn't. I still don't know the extent to the damage I've done to my body. 35:30 How Renee helped Eloise to get her period back. Eloise also talks about some of the things she used to eat and what she eats now. "It's just normal now!" 44:00 Eloise talks about how she got a pro card for a second time and why she now represents France. 49:00 Why Eloise is grateful for everything she has been through because it's made her have a different perspective. Why she enjoys working part-time alongside her training and racing. 56:00 Is Eloise proud of herself and how far she has come? "I just hope I can help someone else and stop someone else. I think I feared the future for a long time. Find out more about this week's guests Eloise du Luart https://www.instagram.com/eloisedulu/ (Instagram) Like what you heard? Let me know! Connect with Inside Tri Show across Social Media, just search Inside Tri Show or click on the icons below https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (GET YOUR HANDS ON AN EXCLUSIVE EPISODE!) Sign up to be a vino buddy or a training buddy on Patreon and get your hands on two patrons-only episodes a year. Or just support the show by buying Helen a coffee every month by https://www.patreon.com/insidetrishow (becoming a coffee buddy Patreon of the Inside Tri Show). Sponsors of the show Resilient Nutrition provide formulated products to improve your cognitive and physical performance. From phenomenally tasty Long Range Fuel nut butters, to delicious dark chocolate drink Switch On. Get 10% off by using the code insidetri10 or go direct https://resilientnutrition.com/discount/insidetri10 (via this link). Supporters of the show Click https://www.33fuel.com/insidetrishow (here) for a 10% discount at https://www.33fuel.com/insidetrishow (33 Fuel) You can also get a discount at komfuel.co.uk with the code insidetri 10% off at www.lifejacketskin.com with the code insidetri Find out more about Helen Head over to https://www.helenmurray.net/ (Helen's website) to find out more about her This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy
Welcome to episode 1 of The Nourished to Thrive Podcast! In today's episode, I am sharing a bit of my story of overcoming an eating disorder to developing a healthy relationship with food and my body. I struggled with an unhealthy relationship with food for the majority of my adolescence and it wasn't until I had a major eye-opening moment for me to take the steps towards healing my body and mind for good. You can find me over at: Instagram: @emmysyummys www.emmysyummysnutrition.com
I discuss five key points to help you reflect on this crucial question. I challenge black-and-white misperceptions about sensitivities and offer listeners a different perspective on how to approach food and their health.
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.
You don't have to shrink to feel fulfilled, happy or healthy! Emma Clarke is an Accredited Sports Nutritionist and all around LEGEND who reclaimed her life from the grips of diet culture. She has now dedicated her work and world to supporting others to do this same. She's one of a kind. Emma's super passionate about fuelling to thrive and be mentally, physically and emotionally strong vs small. In this pod we discuss Emma's experience dancing with diet culture and healing her relairtonshop with food, movement and her body. In this episode: Emma's experience with disordered eating, orthorexia, and breaking free from food rules Societies preoccupation with health and how it prevents orthorexia from being recognised Consumed by comparison and “influencers” Falling victim to misinformation and unrealistic standards Depriving yourself of the ability to live life to the fullest Shrinking your body = shrinking your life How the quest to “be healthy” ironically makes a lot of us unhealthy Missing out on life to fit a toxic mould FOOD IS MORE THAN FUEL The mental and physical side effects of restriction Extreme hunger Fuelling to thrive in ALL areas of your life Stepping back from social media and reducing comparison in our lives Straying from veganism Redefining how you view food and health Harsh truth: “It's not a healthy lifestyle if it takes away your health” - Emma Clark. // Plug in and prepare to be IMPOWERED Connect with Emma: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emmaclarke_nutrition/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/EmmaClarke31 Website & COACHING: https://www.emmaclarkenutrition.com // Support Services: • Lifeline Australia: Call 13 11 14 • Beyond Blue Support Service: Call 1300 22 4636 • The butterfly foundation: Call 1800 HOPE (1800 33 4673) https://butterfly.org.au • Kids helpline: Call 1800 55 1800 • Eating disorders Victoria: 1300 550 236 https://www.eatingdisorders.org.au • National Eating Disorders Collaboration: https://nedc.com.au • Eating Disorders Queensland: https://eatingdisordersqueensland.org.au • General Mental Health Support Services (Helplines/Hotlines): https://www.mentalhealthhelp.com.au/service-directory/helplines/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/imogen-barnes/message
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
We all want to be healthy, right? We all want to be faster, better runners, right? What happens when our quest to "be healthier" becomes something more dangerous and restrictive? In this deep and wide-ranging discussion with sports dietitian Kelsey Pontius, RD (@sportdietitiankelsey) about "clean eating", orthorexia, food rules, and more, we cover... Why it's so hard to change our deeply held beliefs and emotional ties to certain ways of eating The spectrum of orthorexia and the choices we make around food The aspirational/socio-economic factors of "clean eating" The allure of restrictive diets Unintentional underfueling "Clean race fuel" options Injury risk with underfueling RED-S and why weight loss "works" to make you faster at the beginning (before causing serious issues later on) How to unpack your own relationship with food and more! Meteor Nutrition arose after lifelong athlete, Kelsey Pontius RD, LDN wished to pursue her passion for the impact of nutrition on the human body in motion. Kelsey grew up playing competitive soccer, and eventually ended her career as a D1 soccer player to transform into a distance runner who since has qualified for the 2020 and 2024 US Marathon Olympic Trials. Through several instances of her athletic background, she felt the ebbs and flows with nutrition on performance. She knew she was destined to help other athletes benefit from the implementation of optimal nutrition. Aside from working with ambitious athletes, Kelsey has worked in the clinical arena with a multitude of different medical complexities, and has out an emphasis on injury healing and gut function. Having a variety of different experiences in dietetics has given Kelsey the necessary tools to allow wholesome food heal and fuel the remarkable human body.
Intuitive Eating advocates may have us believe that we will naturally start to crave nutritious food after allowing ourselves to eat what we want, but is this true? What does it look like if you're someone who feels more selective around food or doesn't really like vegetables? In this episode, we talk about... The foods that Sarah and Stef don't like Do you say cilantro or coriander? What do you do if you don't like vegetables? Are there foods we don't like or foods we believe we don't like? And vice versa Do processed foods beget more processed foods? Nutrition as a habit Does what we eat matter so much? Join the LAD Membership! Connect with the show! Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Sarah Dosanjh Website – www.thebingeeatingtherapist.com YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBingeEatingTherapist Sarah's book I Can't Stop Eating is available on Amazon Connect with Stefanie Michele Website – www.iamstefaniemichele.com Work With Stef - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/application
On today's show, we have Registered Dietitian Susan Zelenak who will be talking about the various types of eating disorders, such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating disorder, and Orthorexia. We will also discuss a few warning signs to look out for and treatment options. Susan Zelenak is a registered dietitian who obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in foods and nutrition from San Diego State University. She then completed her dietetic internship through Utah State University as well as her Master of Dietetics Administration degree with an emphasis on dietetic management. Susan is passionate about helping patients on their journey to recovery. She has worked with adolescents and adults in residential and outpatient settings since 2017. Susan takes pride in creating a supportive space for individualized care centered around the principles of Intuitive Eating and aligned with the Health at Every Size® (HAES) approach. Susan is currently the secretary for the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (IAEDP) San Diego chapter and Mental Health Resource Professional on Behavioral Health Nutrition (BHN).
In this episode I discuss how I became orthorexic and how food caused me stress and anxiety. I talk about the power of belief and how these fear mongering beliefs negatively impacted my body, digestion and life. I now want to use the power of belief to my advantage by believing I CAN eat these foods. I discuss how food is not the problem our weak digestion is. Eliminating food after food will not help you, you need to focus on the root cause, such as overcoming your anxiety or healing your trauma. This is just the start of my journey I will make more episodes about this topic in the future. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vibewithgracierose/support
When you have sensitivities, food can dominate your life. Batch cooking may be the answer to help you spend less time thinking about food or working in the kitchen. Kathlena (aka The Allergy Chef) tells us how batch cooking can bring time, financial, emotional and mental freedom. You can reach Kathlena through her website TheAllergyChef.com.
Men Unscripted is a podcast where men share their body story. The key thing is that each participant is using an alias so they will remain anonymous so the conversations are vulerable and honest. In this episode, William joins the show to share his story. He experienced weight stigma at ane early age and it contributed to him diving into diet culture. Dieting and the praise for being thin impacted the development of his eating disorder. William shares how his eating disorder went undiagnosed for years becuase most people do not know what Orthorexia is. He also shared what it's like for man to seek treatment, especially during COVID. Lastly he talks about his experience with self-compassion opened the door to his healing. What is Orthorexia? What is Bigorexia? Bob's Burgers Men Unscripted Patreon Page Follow Aaron on IG @AaronFloresRDN
From Leanne and Susie on The Nutrition Couch this episode: We talk orthorexia and the signs you may be taking your healthy lifestyle too far; We discuss the evidence behind a new "sequential eating" approach to eating, are there any benefits; We reveal the truth about which supplements can help you prevent, or reduce the severity of, a cold of flu. So sit back, relax and enjoy this week's episode! Tune in on Wednesday for our next episode road-testing 2 common supermarket products. Don't Miss an Episode Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast so you never miss an episode and follow us on social media @the_nutrition_couch_podcast to ask us questions & see our food product reviews. It would mean the world to us if you could leave us a 5 star review in the purple Apple podcast app (scroll to the bottom of the app to find the ratings and reviews) as this really helps push up higher in the charts to expose our podcast to more ears. Please follow Susie on her Instagram & Facebook and Leanne on her Instagram, TikTok and the Leanne Ward Nutrition Podcast.
If intuitive eating is the gold standard of a healthy relationship with food, how do we actually become more intuitive? In this episode, Sarah & Stef talk about: The definition of Intuition (UK vs US) What role does conscious reasoning play in intuition? The role of intuition in Sarah & Stef's lunches this week How long does it take to become more intuitive? Things that get in the way of our intuition How community might help us access intuition Is there a difference between intuition and instinct? JOIN OUR COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP Connect with the show! Instagram – instagram.com/lifeafterdietspodcast/ Email – email@example.com Website -- www.lifeafterdietspodcast.com Connect with Sarah Dosanjh Website – www.thebingeeatingtherapist.com YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheBingeEatingTherapist Sarah's book I Can't Stop Eating is available on Amazon Connect with Stefanie Michele Binge Recovery Course – www.iamstefaniemichele.com/iamstefaniemichelecourse Work With Stef - www.iamstefaniemichele.com/application
It is possible to be *too* fixated on eating healthy. Today we're sharing the story of how we went from constantly obsessing over "clean eating" (also known as orthorexia) to a much more reasonable approach to nutrition.Links:RISE ProgramFree Downloads: jasonandlaurenpak.com/free-resourcesFollow Us:Reasonably Fit Podcast IG: @reasonablyfitpodJason and Lauren IG: @jasonandlaurenpakTikTok: @jasonandlaurenpakSources & Referenced Materials:https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org/learn/by-eating-disorder/other/orthorexiahttps://www.webmd.com/mental-health/eating-disorders/what-is-orthorexiahttps://www.precisionnutrition.com/sweet-potatoes-vs-potatoes-infographic
Welcome to Episode 14 of Wellness Reimagined. This week's episode is a replay of my conversation with a colleague of mine, Sabrina Rogers, where she had me as a guest on her show The Emotional Eating Therapist. I have an interview where I hosted Sabrina all about emotional eating scheduled for the near future, but I thought I'd publish this replay about perfectionism and orthorexia so you could get a background on the motivation for my upcoming event, Health Without Mental Gymnastics which is happening June 21, 23 and 24. I spoke about the science of orthorexia in Episode 3 - When Righteous Eating Goes Wrong, but I really like the dialogue between Sabrina and I because you get a more personal sense of why it is possible to take the pursuit of health to an extreme. I hope you enjoy the episode.In this episode, you'll learn:How the obsession with having perfect health (orthorexia) can be unhealthyOrthorexic signs to look out forHow to simplify the pursuit of healthMentioned on the show: Health Without Mental GymnasticsJune 21, 23 & 24 Connect with your guests: Sabrina RogersInstagramFacebookThe Emotional Eating Therapist Show
This episode is sponsored by Credit Karma! Visit CreditKarma.com to find the right offer for you! *Content Warning* In this episode we talk about topics relating to diet culture, including disordered eating, food restriction, orthorexia and other triggering topics. Please use discretion. To continue our education into the circle diagram that is the diet industry and MLMs, today we're talking with Jennifer DAmato, an Intuitive Eating Counselor and Body Image coach. Jen and I chat about our own experiences with some toxic diet culture firsts; being fat shamed, starting our first diets, and the food police under our own roofs. We break down some facts about the $70B+ diet industry, talk about healthy ways to look at food and what orthorexia is and what to do if you think you may have it. Show Notes Follow Jen on IG - https://www.instagram.com/jennifer_healthcoach4life/ Jen's website! - https://www.healthcoach4life.com/learn-more Jen's Podcast - Health, Life & More for Women - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/health-life-and-more-for-women-podcast/id1479547170 Exercise, metabolism, and weight: New research from The Biggest Loser - https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/exercise-metabolism-and-weight-new-research-from-the-biggest-loser-202201272676 Easy Beef Stroganoff Recipe - https://www.gimmesomeoven.com/easy-beef-stroganoff-recipe/ What is Orthorexia? - https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/eating-disorders/what-is-orthorexia Dr. Steven Hassan's BITE Model - https://freedomofmind.com/cult-mind-control/bite-model/ Ponzinomics by Robert L. FitzPatrick - https://amzn.to/3q16oJb How can you help? Report false income and health claims here: https://reportfraud.ftc.gov/ Or go to: https://www.truthinadvertising.org You can also report to your state Attorney General's office! https://www.naag.org/find-my-ag/ Not in the U.S.? Go here: https://www.ftc.gov/policy/international/competition-consumer-protection-authorities-worldwide Support the Podcast! Buy me a Taco and leave me a note!
In this episode we discuss: the influence of diet culturedebunking diets and "health" trends the danger of "good" and "bad" labels overcoming food fears body image struggles self awareness with thoughts & beliefs Let's connect! @emilyfeiklsEmily and her programs can be found @emmysyummys
Vanessa Fitzgerald otherwise known as @Vesshoney on Instagram discusses: - Her early childhood experiences - Growing up with a single parent and what it felt like having never met her biological father - Where her perfectionism was born and why it pushed her to become a people pleaser - Her addiction to Adderall: why it began, how it contributed to her inability to develop a true sense of self, and how she was eventually able to detox - Her take on Orthorexia and how she sees it play out into todays health world - How she developed enough self compassion to build her brand and so much more! Produced by Dear Media
Orthorexia in its simplest terms means an obsession with healthy eating, and for people who are not immersed in this field, that may not sound like a bad thing because eating healthy isn't bad. So, this week, Kat is diving into the topic to bring light to what becoming obsessed with the health and quality of the food we consume can do to our mental health. Someone who develops orthorexia most likely doesn't start out being obsessed but things can take a turn pretty fast not just due to reasons associated with the individual. This issue is very much connected to our culture and the messaging companies and brands use to attract and illicit business and the manipulation involved in how diet culture sells their ideals and products. So, sit tight and get ready to hear how some of the most popular diets and diet buzz words have created a rise in some of the most stealth disordered eating patterns we are currently seeing today. Follow Kat on Instagram: @Kat.Defatta Follow the podcast Instagram: @YouNeedTherapyPodcast Have a question, concern, guest idea, something else? Reach Kat at: Kathryn@youneedtherapyodcast.com Heard about Three Cords Therapy but don't know what it is? Click here! Produced by: @HoustonTilley See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fellow anti-diet dietitian and podcaster Heather Caplan joins us to discuss her experience with orthorexia (aka obsession with “healthy” eating), how to bring joyful movement into eating-disorder recovery, the intersection of pregnancy and diet culture, sports nutrition from an intuitive-eating perspective, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about how to know if you're TRULY craving something or just eating it to rebel against diet culture. (This episode originally aired on January 13, 2020.) Heather Caplan is a Washington DC-based dietitian with a virtual private practice. She is founder and director of Weight Inclusive Nutrition and Dietetics (WIND) events, working to reduce and dismantle weight discrimination in healthcare and dietetics. In her practice, she primarily works with active women, disordered eating, and eating disorders, using non-diet and weight-inclusive practices. With fellow dietitian Kelly Jones, Heather hosts an online course (Fit Fueling) for all-level athletes, and fellow dietitians, teaching a combination of sports nutrition and intuitive eating. Additional projects Heather spends time on include her podcast RD Real Talk, highlighting how to use the non-diet approach in various dietetic disciplines, and the nonprofit she co-founded, Lane 9 Project, which raises awareness of eating disorders and reproductive health issues for women. Heather has been featured on the TODAY show—sharing her personal experience with Orthorexia—and in national publications such as The Washington Post, Runner's World, Outside, and Women's Running. Find more of her writing and real talk on HeatherCaplan.com. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
"It was the fear of the unknown — but that was what I loved also. I don't want to do something I know I could finish or know I could do. I want to do this thing that's going to be really hard… and there was no stopping me." At 14 years old, Lottie Bildirici — a lifelong New Yorker — went from being a happy-go-lucky high schooler to a cancer patient. A lump on her neck turned out to be Hodgkin's Lymphoma, and Lottie immediately began chemotherapy treatments. She was the sick kid. But as she recovered physically (and was given a cancer-free diagnosis!), Lottie realized she had lost her identity. Who was she without cancer? And it was running that helped her redefine herself. Lottie completed a half-marathon at Disney World, and a passion for the sport was immediately ignited. She started learning more about health and nutrition — but soon lost her way. In this conversation, Lottie talks about growing up in the kitchen, and about how a love for food led her down a scary path with orthorexia and recurring stress fractures. She talks about creating her blog and Instagram account, Running on Veggies, and about working with professional athletes including Kara Goucher and Stephanie Bruce. Today, Lottie is a nutrition coach for adidas, she's an Ironman triathlete (she completed her first Ironman on the 10-year anniversary of her cancer diagnosis), and she's a published author. Her first cookbook, Running on Veggies, came out earlier this year. SPONSOR: The WineShine Half Marathon — Register today for the inaugural event, happening July 16, 2022, and use code ONTHERUN to get $25 off your registration. See you in Napa! What you'll get on this episode: What Lottie had for breakfast today, and how she's celebrating life right now (6:10) Lottie's love for cooking (8:00) On writing a cookbook (10:30) What life was like for Lottie in high school, when she received a life-changing diagnosis (12:00) How Lottie started running, and her experience with orthorexia and recurring stress fractures (23:15) How Lottie started working with professional athletes including Kara Goucher and Stephanie Bruce (35:25) What it's like when Lottie works one-on-one with clients (39:50) Lottie's food philosophy (43:00) Lottie's job with adidas, and what a day in the life of Lottie Bildirici looks like (45:00) Lottie's decision to complete an Ironman on the 10-year anniversary of her cancer diagnosis (48:15) The role running plays in Lottie's life right now (55:00) For more, check out: Jonathan Cane on Episode 313 of the Ali on the Run Show Follow Lottie: Instagram @runningonveggies Website Follow Ali: Instagram @aliontherun1 Join the Facebook group Twitter @aliontherun1 Support on Patreon Blog Strava SUPPORT the Ali on the Run Show! If you're enjoying the show, please subscribe and leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts. Spread the run love. And if you liked this episode, share it with your friends!
This is a juice episode today! I have dietitian at NMN, Emilie Hebert, on the show today to discuss her own journey with sustainability, what is environmental perfectionism and some of the similarities that exist between sustainability and diet culture. The 3 Unexpected Ways to Let Go of Food Guilt Training will help you understand why you are currently experiencing food guilt, and how to let go of the food guilt, once and for all. This training has already happened BUT you can now watch the recording. Click here to sign up! P.S. You have 24 hours to use the discount code found in the training for the Beginner's Guide! In this episode we discuss: Emilie's journey with sustainability When she began to release the perfectionism around her habits What is environmental perfectionism The similarities between sustainability culture and diet/wellness culture Individual actions versus larger systems at place Yes your behaviors matter, but don't put so much stress on yourself! Thank you Emilie for coming on the show! You can find more about her services here and her blog here. Announcements: Food & Body Peace Playbook will re-open again in late summer if you missed this Spring enrollment. We are currently booking for April and May for individual counseling at our virtual practice, Nourishing Minds Nutrition. If you're looking for intuitive eating and body image support and/or you're in need of anti-diet advice for HA, PCOS and IBS we would love to support you. Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read testimonials from our amazing clients here. Join our FREE support group for like-minded women, the Nourishing Women Community for more community & support. If you struggle with HA and you're ready to regain your health and fertility, join Get Your Period Back Playbook. Take a look at our online shop, the Wellness Without Obsession Shop, which now includes a self paced online course to begin your intuitive eating journey, the Beginner's Guide to Food & Body Peace. Let's hang out! Connect with Victoria and the staff at NMN: Victoria's Instagram Victoria's Website Nourishing Minds Nutrition Instagram Nourishing Minds Nutrition website