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Best Antidiet podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Antidiet podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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You are stuck, hopping on and off diets, and trying the latest one with a glimmer of hope that it will bring you the life of your dreams…the perfect partner and family, an awesome closet of clothes that look amazing on you, remarkable vacations that people only see on pinterest, a fulfilling career that lights you up, best girlfriends and an exciting social life… I hate to break it to you but the diet is not going to get you there. It’s actually just going to restrict good food and fun from ...
 
The Appetite is a podcast by the founders of Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center in the University District of Seattle, WA. Psychologist Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, Marriage and Family Therapist Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD, CD, will meet every other week to discuss all things food, body, movement, and mental health. Conversations are facilitated by Opal therapist Carter Umhau, LMHCA. Learn more about us at www.opa ...
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Christy Harrison talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, body politics, feminism, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer and ...
 
Building a private practice, intuitive eating nutrition counseling skills, and marketing strategies to grow a business are just a few of the topics that Jennifer McGurk covers on the Pursuing Private Practice podcast. Featuring many dietitians that have been through the ups and downs of growing their own private practice specializing in intuitive eating, Jennifer McGurk is all about sharing other’s stories to inspire YOU that you can do it too. If you want to make an impact on client’s lives ...
 
Taking up space: the podcast is a space where not only do we share our stories, but we claim them while holding space for others to do the same. We embrace ourselves fully, our bodies, our quarks, everything. Hiding is simply not something that we do here. No more playing it safe, no more keeping it small and no more letting society or diet culture call the shots. We get to make our own rules, we define our beauty, our success, we get to decide the path for our own lives. We are ready to hav ...
 
Health beyond dieting is possible. Food doesn't have to be complicated. Enters Intuitive Eating, Body Neutrality and Mindset. I'm Stephanie Dodier Clinical Nutritionist Emotional Eating & Intuitive Eating Expert and I'd love to teach you how to go Going Beyond The Food ! This podcast is about empowering women to live their life confidently right now through learning to trust and respect their body, transforming their relationship to food and themselves. Since 2016.
 
Welcome to the Mom Boss Tribe! Mom Boss Tribe is for moms who take action instead of waiting around for someone else to take action or for the time to be right. Mom Boss Tribe is for moms who don't mind the mess of leveling up. Mom Boss Tribe is for moms who know that being in a tribe of other moms whose goal is to Boss Up and Own Their Life is the best place they can be for support and positive encouragement.
 
Time to stop obsessing over food, weight, diets, scales, exercise and start getting back to the basics of eating intuitively. Welcome to the Speaking of Hungry podcast! I'm Alison Barkman, a registered dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, and host of the Speaking of Hungry podcast. On this podcast I will offer both my personal and professional insight on ditching diets, ending disordered eating and provide tips on how to navigate the intuitive eating process. I’ll answer listener ...
 
Hungry: Trust Your Body. Free Your Mind. is a podcast for those on a journey to move beyond dieting, restricted eating and emotional eating and want to connect with, nourish and honor their bodies. Tara Whitney, CPA and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor shares her own journey, insights and practices to support you along your journey. She also has amazing conversations with those that have evolved their own relationship with food. They share what life is like now that their minds are free ...
 
A podcast about creating healthier relationships with food, health, beauty & your body. My guests and I talk about healing these parts of ourselves through eating disorder recovery, Intuitive Eating, body acceptance, spirituality and weird self care practices. Holly Lowery is an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, Anti-Diet Advocate and Self-Care Enthusiast.
 
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Has your relationship to food changed since the pandemic began? Whether you’re snacking more, eating a different variety of food, or finding yourself restricting or bingeing due to high emotions, we imagine a lot could have shifted. While a mainstream perspective might tell you to use this “opportunity” to “take control of your diet,” we have a ver…
 
Amanda Strojny, RYT shares her journey from struggle with obsessive exercising to the ultimate freedom of creating a brand new life on her own terms. The spiritual connection she found in her yoga practice was a pivotal part of her healing. She’s been surrendering and courageously letting go old patterns ever since. Listen in as Amanda shares how s…
 
Love versus fear. Believe it or not, the opposite of love isn’t hate. It’s fear. All emotions basically fall under one of two categories — love-based emotions of fear-based. Our emotions direct the choices we make daily. Our emotional state informs the decision we take in our lives. They create the action we take towards our dreams, goals… life! Pr…
 
This week Chelsea Gross and I dive into the topic of healing from chronic illness (and healing in general) while intuitive eating. When you’re eating to deal with a chronic illness, you might have to do a bit of extra mindset work to maintain your own intuitive eating journey. Chelsea is SO open and honest about her story and her journey with heali…
 
Tareq and Hannah talk about IgG Food Sensitivity Testing. There are various ways to have IgG food sensitivity tests done. From blood samples sent to a lab by an alternative healthcare practitioner or an at-home testing kit touted by an influencer, these are the tests we're talking about. H & T talk about why these tests are not reliable at pin-poin…
 
Women don’t diet because they enjoy dieting. Women who diet do it because they think they have to. From a very young age, women have been socialized that they are their physical bodies. Women have internalized that their worth is associated with their body and its ability to achieve the expectation from diet culture. Not sure... let’s look at resea…
 
We are mad! We are all angry! We are upset and down right frustrated at time. It is normal that we want someone to blame. We want to know who is responsible for all of this and when we have something outside ourselves to point the finger at it just seems easier. But it isn't really all that much easier. However, I want to dig deeper into this idea …
 
Body-liberation activist Patrilie Hernandez joins us to discuss how COVID-19 is highlighting health disparities in America; why social determinants of health are more important than individual behaviors; how dieting could worsen COVID-19; the role of intuitive eating, Health At Every Size®, and social justice in her eating-disorder recovery and in …
 
Melainie Rogers is someone that I have looked up to for a very long time. I was lucky enough to get to know her while I was living in New York City, even though I wasn’t necessarily practicing in the eating disorder field like I am now. I’ve always known about her and her treatment center and I’m just in awe of what she’s built. It’s such an honor …
 
Who are you outside of the identity of your job? Over the last year, Opal: Food + Body Wisdom’s Co-Founders (Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD, and Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS) each took a month away from Opal in order to rest and recharge. They’ll be sharing how they spent their free time, the questions of identity that arose, how …
 
Emotional eating can leave us confused and frustrated. But it doesn’t need to. In this multi part series, Tara offers a simple way to understand why you are eating emotionally, a question you can ask yourself to move yourself beyond emotional eating and one practice you can start using today. Have you been thinking you’re eating emotionally because…
 
Body fantasies sound like this: “When I finally lose weight I will ______” or “If my body could be different I would ______” or “If I could look younger I would _____” And you can fill the blank of what will happen once you get to live your body fantasies with one or many of these: I will be happy I will feel lighter I will be sexy I will be confid…
 
A few months ago I went back to Step 1 of intuitive eating. What does that mean? Well, it involved the need to let go of restrictions AGAIN. This podcast feels important to share with you, because it’s my own personal journey. Maybe it will encourage you to get started, validate what you're already doing, or even reassure you that you’re not doing …
 
Hannah and Tareq discuss a highly-requested topic - Intermittent Fasting! Want to know what the buzz is all about? They break down what the research says about intermittent fasting and its health benefits as well as a list of limitations consider about the diet. They also address the battle between refined vs. natural sugars in the BS of the Week. …
 
In the first three years of clinical practice, I thought I was addressing the root cause of my patient health concerns. In my training in holistic health & functional medicine, we are trained on addressing the underlying or root cause of chronic disease, taking into account the whole person including their environment, genetics, and lifestyle facto…
 
Fellow Health At Every Size® dietitian Erica Leon joins us to discuss why people are particularly vulnerable to diet culture as they age, intuitive eating in midlife and menopause, the importance of normalizing body changes throughout the life cycle, how Erica transitioned her work from weight-centric to weight-inclusive, and so much more. Plus, Ch…
 
My guest today is Nicole Mareno, and this was her first ever podcast interview! And she does such a fantastic job. She explains her story, talks about everything she went through in her own recovery, discusses how she uses her special skills as a registered nurse to work in the field of eating disorder recovery, and how she integrates her work as a…
 
Why does delight matter? We believe that, during the coronavirus pandemic, delight offers an opportunity for mindfulness, connectedness, and a boost to your mental health. Inspired by a This American Life episode called, “The Show of Delights,” Opal Co-Founders Kara Bazzi, LMFT, CEDS, Dr. Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS, and Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD a…
 
My, Oh my! This story is one in a million. Alisha is a fellow diet culture drop out, body liberation warrior leading by example while continuing her own journey. Her story is just so beautiful as so much of it echo'd my own story! She brought so many wonderful insights to the table and we had to fight some technology issues but we made it. You do N…
 
Emotional eating can leave us confused and frustrated. But it doesn’t need to. Why do you eat emotionally? Food is filling an unmet need. Food likely doesn’t make you feel better in the long run, but eating emotionally is an effective, reliable and often quick way to feel better fast. Listen in to understand how this dynamic may have become habitua…
 
What are you hungry for? What are we truly hungry for? Is it food? If it was, then eating will appease our hungers. But it doesn’t. That we crave, overeat, binge we never feel full. It’s not enough and feels like it’s never going to be enough. So, if food was the answer to our hunger then we would feel full. But it’s not. Could it be that what we a…
 
On this week’s show, I met with Paige Schmidt. She’s a fellow health coach and an intuitive eating counselor. Our conversation dug into the intuitive eating shaming we’ve both noticed lately. There’s been a bit of pressure in the online world recently to do intuitive eating “right”….even though that’s not what intuitive eating is about! Follow alon…
 
Did you know that binge eating disorder (BED) is a widely misdiagnosed eating disorder? I am chatting with Jennifer McGurk, a NY-based registered dietitian nutritionist who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and the practice of intuitive eating. She explains what binge eating disorder (BED) is and why so many people try to “fix” this …
 
Hannah and Tareq dive into food labels. Who uses them? What do they use them for? How can they inform our purchases at the grocery store? Hannah also breaks down some definitions that make using food labels a bit easier as well as recent and upcoming changes to food labelling to keep an eye out for. BS of the Week: Canned & Frozen versus Fresh food…
 
Any non-diet business coaching must include a segment on non-diet marketing. For many, the words marketing is “yucky” or even “salesy”. Many of my new intuitive eating business students at first will tell me “I hate that part of my job”. Is that you, too? If you are a health professional and have a private practice, then marketing is a vital part o…
 
Fat-positive sex and relationship coach and fellow podcast host Dawn Serra returns to the podcast to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting our relationships with food and highlighting existing social injustices, how diet culture robs us of our ability to embody pleasure, desirability politics and its links to diet culture and oppressive be…
 
I’m so excited to finally bring you an episode with Stefani Reinold. She is one of my best business friends. We have had many different versions of this conversation privately, and we kept saying, “We should record this!” because we knew that it could be helpful to others as we are all processing our own version of the new normal with the COVID-19 …
 
Did you tune into Netflix’s docuseries, Cheer? What did you think of the Navarro team culture portrayed? In light of all the tv-watching that’s been happening while sheltering in place, we decided to keep it casual for this episode and chat about our perspective on this inspiring and intense show that follows the Navarro College cheer squad as they…
 
There is a common narrative around eating emotionally. It’s bad and it needs to be stopped. The common solution around eating emotionally is to avoid trigger foods, be more disciplined and focus on healthy habits. What’s common isn’t what helps or works. In fact, this common narrative ultimately hurts. The person that’s eating emotionally feels gui…
 
In today's episode, we'll listen to an Academy student's 40-year battle with food and body image... In today’s episode, I’m joined by Ann Killin, a student of the Going Beyond the Food Academy. Ann agreed to share her story on the podcast to help other women take the step forward in healing in their relationship with food and body. Ann is being ver…
 
Stress about how you “should” look, or what you “should” be eating are not healthy! Ideally, you can care for yourself from a place of love and compassion. Sometimes that means tuning out the advice of others (family members or friends who are really self critical, who talk negatively about bodies, or who are constantly on the next trending diets, …
 
Hannah and Tareq welcome their first guest to No BS Nutrition: Dr. Sajjad Fazel. A public health researcher from Alberta Health Services, Dr. Fazel has been focussed on dispelling COVID-19 myths. He talks to Hannah and Tareq about government responsibilities in a crisis, how people should be critical of fake science with empathy, and in what ways w…
 
Diet mindset professional training was not available when I started my transition to a non-diet approach to nutrition and health as a clinical nutritionist; I had to figure it out on my own. Piece it all together… I shared my professional transition that my client Carolyn triggered in First Do No Harm: The Intuitive Eating Mentorship Journey. I arg…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Taylor Chan joins us to discuss “fence-straddling” between intuitive eating and traditional dietetics (and eventually jumping over to the other side), how her desire to be a “good dietitian” pulled her further into diet culture, the privilege inherent in diet culture’s version of nutrition, the nuances that make intuitive…
 
This episode is about a topic that is near and dear to my heart: marketing yourself as an anti-diet intuitive eating dietitian. I really hope this message impacts you and helps you move forward in your business! Sometimes it seems like everyone out there is an anti-diet intuitive eating dietitian with a virtual practice, right?! So many of us have …
 
Balance, Balance, Balance!! It is talked about so much! We all know about it, we all talk about it, we all think about it and we surely all want it. But how?! Does it even exist? Well let's chat about it. Before you tune into this episode I suggest you listen in to episode 50 first just so we are all on the same page. ARE WE CONNECTED: instagram.co…
 
How have you been doing lately? Mental health is of utmost importance during the coronavirus pandemic. In this mini episode, we’re offering you a Loving Kindness meditation, led by Opal Co-Founder, Executive Director and Radically Open DBT expert Dr. Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS. Lexi will walk you through this externally-focused meditation which will as…
 
In today's episode, we'll explore sugar cravings and intuitive eating “Is it bad to have sugar cravings?” “Why does our body crave sweets?” “Is sugar addictive?” “Why eating sugar leads to binging?” “What is my body trying to tell me when I crave sugar?” “Why do I crave sugar at night?” These are all normal and almost expected questions given the c…
 
Sam Finkelstein is an anti-diet dietitian, and she joined us over on the podcast to discuss the idea that being “anti-diet” does not mean being “anti-health”. And honestly, if you don’t truly believe this, it’s really hard to make positive changes and let go of restrictions. Intuitive eating is much easier to embrace and practice when you understan…
 
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