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Best Anorexia podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Anorexia podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Welcome so happy to have you here. This is not a diet, weight loss and fitness podcast although thousands have been inspired to change their lives massively. This is also not an eating disorder podcast, as that tern is offensive. It's celebrate your life positive emotional health podcast. That focuses on supporting people to release negative emotions and experiences from their life and body, to feel good and be free. Visit www.nicolabeer.com for free gifts to break free from emotional eating ...
 
ED Matters: The Gurze/Salucore podcast airing once a week where we interview the top experts in the field of eating disorders, sharing information for individuals recovering from eating disorders, their loved ones, clinicians in the field, and other individuals, professional or otherwise seeking to learn about eating disorders. Healthy conversations about eating disorders.
 
Meet Mental Note – a podcast highlighting both the work and the beauty of mental health recovery. Stories will span a variety of mental illness struggles from eating disorders to depression, OCD and Bipolar. We will introduce you to relatable personalities, and dive deep into how they choose health amidst daunting illnesses. At the end of it all, we will provide hope that recovery is possible—and worth it.
 
Motivation and inspiration for your journey to recovery from an eating disorder. Host Jessica Flint interviews recovery warriors and treatment professionals from around the world to get their unique perspective and advice on what it takes to heal your relationship to food and body. This show is for all types of eating disorders: anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and disordered eating
 
True, raw, unedited personal stories of recovery from addiction.Qualified is not affiliated with any recovery program. All organizations, institutions, books, people, places, things, and opinions expressed by each guest are entirely their own, part of their own journey of recovery, and not intended as medical advice. If you have a story of recovery and you would like to be a guest on Qualified, please write us at qualifiedpodcast@gmail.com.Find us on Twitter @qualifiedpod. If you are sufferi ...
 
Whether you are just starting out in the field of eating disorders or a seasoned, wise clinician, everyone needs support, guidance and advice once in awhile. Welcome to dietitian seasonings and therapist reasonings, hosted by therapist Meredith Riddick and dietitian Jill Sechi, eating disorders specialists supervisors with A Collaborative Approach. This podcast is intended to support, educate, and validate clinicians in the eating disorders field; emphasizing the team approach as best practi ...
 
A spicy blend of personal stories, in-depth reporting and inspiration! Health and sexuality writer August McLaughlin explores sexual empowerment with a range of guests. Girl Boner Radio is LGBTQIA-friendly and all genders are welcome! Inspired by August's award-winning blog: augustmclaughlin.com.
 
We interview game-changers from around the globe about digital ethics, online activism and social media. We get to know them, their stories and how they have harnessed one of the greatest phenomenons of our time. Hosted by Róisín Bevan and Daisy Grant. Socials @projectharness Email projectharness@gmail.com We are proud friends of Rafiki Mwema and The Carly Ryan Foundation - both charities work tirelessly to protect young people from harm. www.rafikimwema.com www.carlyryanfoundation.com
 
If a professional, polished, well-edited podcast is what you’re after then we are not for you! But if you love unfiltered banter, unedited bloopers and authentic heart sharing then we are your ladies. Oh, we also have the most practical tips on holistic health care too 😉 We are always taking podcast questions and topic suggestions so please send them to us at podcast@nataliekdouglas.com.
 
When Kristen got out of eating disorder residential treatment for the last time, she noticed a major gap in her care: among her treatment team there was no one saying, “I’ve been there. I get it. My life without my eating disorder is so full. Let me help you get there too.” Eating Disorder Recovery Speakers podcast is a platform for people well into their ED recovery, or who have recovered, to share their stories. Hope and inspiration brought to you by these powerful speakers.
 
Healing your relationship with food, your body and your Self The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast is a show about the recovery process from eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, as well as disordered eating, emotional eating, dieting, and exercise addiction. The show is for anyone who would like to learn more about the psychology of eating disorders, make peace with food, improve their body image, and live authentically. The podcast explores how eating disorders work ps ...
 
Welcome to This Is Bananas, hosted by Tino aka Bananiac. This podcast is all about plant based nutrition, fitness, living a vegan life, and other inspirational topics regarding health and wellness. Tino has a Master's Degree in Nutrition and has been a content creator since 2013, interviewing some of the brightest and most inspiring minds of our time. More at: http://www.youtube.com/bananiac Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thisisbananas/support
 
Talk Taboo is a fun and informative podcast brought to you by The Women Against Taboo Foundation and your host Taylor Stafford. The mission of the podcast is to continue to reduce sexual stigmas, educate our listeners about various topics related to sexual taboos, hear from victims about their experiences, as well as from experts in the sexual health industry. There will also be a segment where you can get all of your sex questions answered! Go to https://www.womenagainsttaboo.org/podcast-ta ...
 
Keep up with the latest scientific developments and breakthroughs in this weekly podcast from the team at New Scientist, the world’s most popular weekly science and technology magazine. Each discussion centers around three of the most fascinating stories to hit the headlines each week. From technology, to space, health and the environment, we share all the information you need to keep pace. Produced by Right Angles.
 
Holding onto Hope is a podcast series from Lifeline Australia, in which people who have come through the darkness of suicidality share the connection that gave them hope to continue living. Each participant shares their story with the aim of helping those who are struggling and those who may be supporting them.Please note that suicidality and its contributing factors are discussed and may have a triggering effect. If you experience emotional distress as a result of listening, please reach ou ...
 
Stories that affect our society, testimonials of survivors, their personal experiences, and the different ways in which each of them was pushed to the limit. In each episode they speak up, creating a support community for all the listeners that might be going through similar situations. Executive Produced by: Dafnne Wejebe Iberri
 
With Live Love Eat, nutrition coach, eating disorder counselor, and writer Stefani Ruper brings the reality, beauty, and inspiration of real people's stories of their journeys with food and with their bodies to the air. Guests are volunteers she has counseled as well as popular writers and bloggers, often but not necessarily with a paleo perspective on health. Stefani's work emphasizes nourishment, empowerment, love, pride in natural bodies, and laughter in making progress with food and with ...
 
Every new mother hears that breast is best. Many decide to breastfeed so their baby has the best. But soon after birth, the days are often fraught with sleep deprivation and conflicting messages from peers, family members, and health care professionals. Later, negative messages from the media and critical comments from family members and others may trigger mothers to question their decision. Feelings of inadequacy, intimidation and societal pressure to wean can cause mothers to give up breas ...
 
As a Certified Sex & Marriage Coach, and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Amanda Louder helps women love their sex life! In this podcast, Amanda helps women embrace their sexuality so that they can become the woman they were created to be. She teaches you how to integrate sexuality into your marriage in a loving and healthy way, get rid of the drama and negative emotions around sex in your marriage, and develop a closer relationship to yourself, your spouse, and y ...
 
Mind & Body Strong is a place for women to redefine their relationship with food and their bodies, tune into their inner wisdom, and become the best version of themselves. Join us each week for empowering conversations, stories, and actual steps to help you master your mindset, drop the obsession around food and your body, so you can love the skin you're in.
 
Dan Quintana is a scientist trying to better understand how our physiology influences behaviour. On this show you'll find a mix of episodes on research that's catching Dan's eye in biological psychology, interviews with other scientists, and Dan sharing his daily research process. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Episode Summary: In this episode, Nat's Mum joins Nat on the podcast to discuss her experience in supporting her daughter (Nat) through Anorexia. She gives us an insight into how she felt, the struggles she had had, what she felt worked for her, and lots more! If you need support around any type of eating disorder, a great source of support is The …
 
Harness is back! Welcome to isolation... we are exploring how people are harnessing this unique time of COVID-19 and whether (or not) they are coping. TW: Eating disorders. Following on from Nadia Craddock’s episode last week, we wanted to share Leah’s story about her fifteen year journey from being hospitalised with anorexia to self love and accep…
 
Michelle and I talk at length about what a healthy diet can truly mean for someone, as well as her past with anorexia, and how she overcame it. We talk about her high carb diet and how switching to a ketogenic lifestyle drastically changed her ability to continue being a long distance runner, and how drastically it has improved her quality of life.…
 
Anorexia is an eating disorder that affects a lot of women today. Dr. Marina Malak struggled with it for 15 years. She shares her journey of overcoming this eating disorder in this episode. Listen to her message and be inspired! Whether you or a loved one is struggling with anorexia, let this podcast be a reminder that overcoming it is possible! If…
 
Your body is rad! And if you’re struggling, we see you. August reads from her Girl Boner book and chats with Robyn Goldberg, RDN. Chaya Milchtein of Mechanic Shop Femme reads from her essay, “Are You Worried About Getting Fat Like Me?” Dr. Megan Fleming shares a pleasure exercise. https://mechanicshopfemme.com/worried-about-getting-fat-like-me/ www…
 
The 2002 French Open final is etched into tennis history as the only meeting between Serena and Venus Williams at Roland Garros and the start of their run of four consecutive Grand Slam finals against each other which ended with Serena winning her first Serena Slam. How did the sisters take the sport to new heights during this period? What did Venu…
 
Barrack St, College Rd & Magazine Rd residents are up in arms over their "new neighbours" , as the USA is rocked by protests & riots, we hear Zoe's perspective on being black in Cork & why #blackllivesmatter, what is the future of childcare after #Covid19 & there's lots more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The 2001 French Open saw Jennifer Capriati beat Kim Clijsters 12-10 in the final set to win her second Grand Slam title, but this was just a small part of Capriati’s story, one we tell in full on this podcast with the help of Tom Gullikson (her former coach), Lindsay Davenport (her compatriot) and Mary Carillo (someone who tracked her career closel…
 
Being a dad is filled with all kinds of challenges today. There is one extra layer of calling for Christian dads – be the spiritual leader in your family. But who really knows what it looks like to be a spiritual leader? In this edition of the podcast, we will discuss these responsibilities with Jerrad Lopes, the author of “Dad Tired and Loving It.…
 
Do you ever just open up your Instagram story, sit there for five minutes, and realize you have absolutely nothing to talk about… Absolutely no caption to write? The reason isn’t because you’re not educated. It’s simply because you don’t know who you’re speaking to, your ideal client, or their pain points. When you understand the depths of your ide…
 
All of these twos! This was not planned. In this session Jill and Meredith discuss the education component in dietitian sessions. Dietitians have a huge role in eating disorder support by providing education to clients. Often most client "know" a lot however they "know" a lot of misinformation. A dietitian helps dispel these food and nutrition myth…
 
Are you frustrated because you're feeling as if you have no control over what's going on in your life? You may not know it, but these things that cause you to feel agitated may just be little traumas piling up, waiting for you to vent out! In this episode, trauma therapist, Abbie Kircher, shares her journey on how she discovered that yoga can be in…
 
Kim Offner grew up with a best friend under the same roof — her sister Kristy. The two remained close all the way up into early adulthood when their dynamic took a tragic and confusing shift. Kristy fell into a losing battle with opioid addiction. Her family had no idea where to find the right help. In today’s episode, we hear the often forgotten s…
 
Barbara identifies as a compulsive overeater. Barbara’s share from the Friday evening Living in the Solution: Steps 10, 11, 12 Meeting, includes the following themes: 24 years of abstinence; 65 lbs lighter • using the Tools of Recovery • repetition • Step 10: reviewing my day • taking debate out of my choices • Step 11 begins with making my bed eve…
 
Not many people expected Andre Agassi to win the French Open, especially not in 1999, and certainly not when he fell two sets down in the final against Andrei Medvedev. But then he produced one of the greatest comebacks of all time, recovering to beat Medvedev and complete the coveted career Grand Slam. In this episode we talk through the events wh…
 
Martina Hingis never won the French Open, but the 1999 final was definitely the one that got away as she let slip a comfortable lead against Steffi Graf in a classic match filled with aggro. How did Hingis stir things up before the match with her comments about Graf? What incidents turned the crowd against Hingis and caused her to get a point penal…
 
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Megan Wilhite joins the podcast to discuss how to make the most of movement and how to keep movement recovery-oriented. We talk about: -Dr. Wilhite’s background as an athlete and how her relationship with movement has changed -Discussing how COVID has affected people in terms of movement -Ways to differentiate between help…
 
Almost nobody had heard of Gustavo Kuerten when he entered Roland Garros in 1997, but everyone knew who he was when he walked away as the champion. So, how did he do it? Kuerten tells us about the moment he first felt the love of the French fans, his difficult matches against Thomas Muster and Yevgeny Kafelnikov en route to the final, and just how …
 
Brandon Clark, the CPO of Keto Brick joins me today to talk about everything to do with what followed his first-ever bodybuilding competition as well as what he would have done differently. We talk about the Keto diet, calisthenics, fasting, and the Keto Brick and how he utilizes these things to be the best "Dadlete" he can be. Enjoy!…
 
Today I am going to take you on a journey from one end of the spectrum to the other when it comes to our bodies. On one end we find shaming, repressing and abusing the gift of our body and on the other end we find sexual indulgence. I will teach you where the middle ground for sexuality is and how it can be achieved. Review the Podcast!…
 
The coronavirus pandemic is a human disaster that is dominating the news right now, but climate change is going to be worse and longer-lasting. The two crises may seem to be completely separate, but there are parallels that can be drawn between the two in our reaction and response to them, our ability to change behaviour and the possibility of bend…
 
First up this week, Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel talks with host Sarah Crespi about a rare inflammatory response in children that has appeared in a number of COVID-19 hot spots.Next, Julian Dowdeswell, director of the Scott Polar Research Institute and professor of physical geography at the University of Cambridge, talks with producer Meaga…
 
Monica Seles’ 6-2, 3-6, 10-8 victory over Steffi Graf in 1992 is widely considered to be the best Roland Garros final of all time. Catherine, David and Matt explain how they felt while watching it and discuss some of the reasons why it was so special. We also hear from Graf’s coach at the time, Heinz Günthardt, who offers insight into why Seles cau…
 
Anti Social behavior, will it affect the opening of pubs when restrictions are lifted. Cork City Fire service are as busy as ever. Cork Company making face masks from recycled materials. Nursing Homes confident that they can provide safe care during the pandemic . Contract cleaners, the forgotten and badly paid front line members & there's lots mor…
 
When Michael Chang beat Stefan Edberg in the 1989 French Open final, he became the youngest man ever to win a Grand Slam title, but it’s his fourth-round match against Ivan Lendl which is most famous. Chang was trailing by two sets to love, but several moonballs, numerous bouts of cramp, and even an underarm serve later, he’d won the match and turn…
 
As Debenham workers step up their campaign for proper treatment, is this Cork's new Vita Cortex?, Ever wondered why you can't get certain types of house insurance in Cork? our man Paul Kavanagh tells all.. with a hot, sunny weekend ahead, how come so many people are ordering hot-tubs? & there's lots more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-ou…
 
Vikings Star Amy Bailey: A Comprehensive Conversation with the Acrobatic Actress more places “I understand more and I hear more if I’m allowing myself not to be offended by things.” Amy Bailey is an American and British actress who played Queen Kwenthrith on the History Channel’s drama Vikings for three seasons. She was a ballerina and acrobatic pe…
 
Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova met 80 times in total, and their 1985 French Open final, won 7-5 in the third set by Evert, was one of their best ever matches. In an exclusive interview, Evert explains why she will be inextricably bound in history with Navratilova, the way they were portrayed as opposites, the reasons Navratilova was the favour…
 
Cllr Marcia d'Altons son had a very lucky escape when he was knocked off his bike by a motorist who drove away, Jeanette tells her remarkable personal story of breakdown, mental health & recovery, Laurie is desperately trying to find a school for her special little boy, Roman & there's lots more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa…
 
Do you provide education in your sessions? Most clients that struggle with eating disorders need to "unlearn" misinformation that they have heard from youtubers, the internet or Netflix "shockumentaries." Often those newer in the field provide much more nutrition and psychoeducation in sessions than those that are more seasoned. But for those that …
 
John McEnroe never won the French Open. But he should have done in 1984. Instead, he lost a two-set lead in the final against Ivan Lendl. So, what happened? Having re-watched the whole match, Catherine, David and Matt give their analysis. In what way did McEnroe allow himself to get distracted? Did he choke? How did Lendl mount his comeback? And wh…
 
After a brawl involving about 70 teenagers in Mount Oval, an eyewitness tells us what she saw. The WHO says one metre, the NPHET says two for effective Social Distancing, so who's right? Would it really possible to have a four day working week & every weekend a long weekend? & there's lots more See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informat…
 
Is your entrepreneurship mindset focused on getting fully booked throughout the week? Or are you an entrepreneur who wants to grow into a certain purpose? In this episode, our guest Jenny Hale talks about finding one's purpose in the field of entrepreneurship, looking into yourself, and seeing what truly brings you happiness. If you loved this epis…
 
Mike "Gormy" Gorman and I talk about all things Keto in this podcast. We talk about how Covid-19 has affected the Keto Community, as well as his own endeavors. We discuss what it's like to have a family who doesn't understand your goals and diet, how to use food as a tool, and how to know when you have overdone it and how important it is to be able…
 
Who better to tell the story of Yannick Noah’s historic victory at the French Open in 1983 than the man himself? In an enthralling, exclusive interview, Noah takes us through it all, including the extra work he put in during the build-up to Roland Garros that year, his nerve-wracking victory over Ivan Lendl, the relief he felt when Jimmy Connors lo…
 
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