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Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, 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 a ...
 
The unseen creature whose ravenous fangs dog your every step as your footfalls echo down the midnight alleyway. — A long, icy shadow looming over you, making the hairs on your neck rise and your breath turn to ragged puffs of mist. — Unearthly howls that pierce the night, pulling you from the comfort of sleep with feverish, heart-pounding dread. — Welcome to Tales to Terrify, a weekly horror fiction podcast that gets under your skin, lays eggs and hatches writhing baby horrors nursed on your ...
 
A warm welcome to 'This Wild Life Conservation Podcast'. Each week, leading conservationists will describe tales of wild adventures and discuss the highs and lows of living and working in the wild. You will laugh and cry as leaders in their field reveal unique insight into the lives of the animals they work tirelessly to protect. Learn about the pathways to becoming a conservationist and gain valuable insight into current conservation issues facing the world. We’re here to bring the wild to you!
 
Woke & Wired is a new conversation about expanded consciousness and entrepreneurship in the digital age. How can we harness the infinite possibilities of today’s digital world to create success, fulfillment and positive impact? And can our personal spiritual practice contribute to it? This podcast was born out of a ten-year exploration of the possibility of living a spiritually rich life while using the Internet – specifically, social media – to create a life of freedom, connection, creative ...
 
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We decided it would be fun & interesting to interview our kids so we sat down with 4 daughters, ranging from age 10-16. We heard about the kind of food & body messages they hear at home, and how these messages differ from what they hear among friends, and generally in the world. Some key takeaways: There is no "good" food or "bad" food, food is jus…
 
Researcher and author Joy Cox returns to the podcast to discuss her new book, Fat Girls in Black Bodies; diet culture in Black communities and in the church; her evolving relationship with movement, and how it inspired her to co-create the Jabbie app; how to respond to internalized weight stigma and bias; and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a l…
 
The Conscious Social Media Program is an 8-week experience that guides you through a step-by-step process to an aligned, powerful and profitable online presence. Growing a powerful digital brand doesn’t have to feel forced or “sales-y”. It can be fully in alignment with who you are as a human and a spiritual being. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a…
 
Welcome to Episode 452. Still on hiatus from our travels, but we have one tale for you about a man’s escape from a cold, loveless marriage. Coming Up Good Evening: Flash Contest Update: 00:01:06 Andrew L. Hodges’ Blue and White as read by Scott Fulps: 00:03:32 Pertinent Links Spread the darkness. Support us on Patreon! Original Score by Jared Robin…
 
This conversation originally aired on The Now Age Podcast with Ruby Warrington. I was called to share it as the enrollment for the Conscious Social Media Program is now open (for the first time in 9 months!) See all show notes on wokeandwired.com. We discuss: Why there is no one-size-fits-all strategy for social media “success” How to marry our out…
 
This week we give a warm welcome to Verena Gill, a specialist on marine mammals, specifically: sea otters, the Beluga whale and North Pacific Right whale. A major aspect of Verena's work at the NOAA Fisheries is aimed at the conservation of a special population of Beluga whale that lives in the Cook Inlet in Alaska. Sadly the population is decreasi…
 
Certified lactation counselor and writer Leslie Moniot joins us to discuss diet culture in the infant-nutrition field, trying to raise an intuitive eater, the difference between intuitive eating in children and adults, why we shouldn’t judge people regardless of how they choose to feed themselves or their kids, and so much more. Plus, Christy answe…
 
Anna Brown is a repeat guest on Woke & Wired – the first episode is one of the most downloaded and loved ones. Listen to #84 New Earth Consciousness & The Energetics of Social Media Growth. This episode was recorded in March 2020, and Anna's work has shifted since – you can see her most recent blog posts on non-duality on wonderfullynothing.com. Se…
 
Welcome to Episode 451. We’re taking a breather for our travels this week. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a son’s cry for attention and a bad case of existential indigestion. Coming Up Good Evening: Submissions: 00:01:06 Alex Ebenstein’s My Brother’s Keeper as read by Dan Gurzynski: 00:02:58 M. Regan’s Revelation 2:17 as read by Seth…
 
Anna Mackay & Anna Lutz chat with U.K. based personal trainer and PhD researcher Jake Gifford about his research and his transition from being a weight-normative personal trainer (emphasis on weight & weight loss) to a weight-inclusive personal trainer (emphasis on the many variables that influence health, other than weight). We also discuss: The m…
 
Body-image coach Summer Innanen returns to the podcast to discuss weight-inclusive pregnancy and postpartum resources; raising socially conscious, anti-diet children; her experiences returning to work from maternity leave; why she rebranded her body-image course; and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about the current state of…
 
This week we are focusing on a big cat that could be described as the ghost of the mountains as we welcome Dr. Rodney Jackson and Ashleigh Lutz-Nelson from the Snow Leopard Conservancy. With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Jackson is a pioneer in snow leopard conservation and his seminal research has been showcased in National Geographic. Ashleigh…
 
Welcome to Episode 450. This week we stick around Calgary, Alberta to explore its oldest neighbourhood. For fiction, we have one tale about the responsibilities inherited when you murder a monster. Coming Up Good Evening: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Calgary’s Inglewood Neighbourhood: 00:01:26 Drew Rogers’ Monsterkin as read by Anthony Babington: 00:17:4…
 
Sophie Chiche is the founder of urban sweat lodge Shape House and becurrent, a guided approach to the way you organize your tasks and projects, so you can soar and create the extraordinary life you want. After connecting with Sophie on Woke & Wired, I got to experience the becurrent system and oh my… the level of energy that’s been freed up through…
 
This week we chat with Vera Castro and Sam Turley from Imire Wildlife and Rhino conservation, Zimbabwe. From baby rhinos that bring hope during this challenging time to a cape clawless otter that nearly stole the show, you won’t be disappointed! In short, Imrie was founded in 1948 by the inspirational Norman and Gilly Travers and is a conservancy d…
 
SEASON 8 PREMIERE! Therapist and body-image coach Brianna Campos joins us to discuss how to improve body image and fight internalized weight stigma, her concept of “body grief,” how body image is connected to what’s going on in the world around you, and so much more. Plus, Ask Food Psych co-host Savala Trepczynski answers a listener question about …
 
Welcome to Episode 449. This week we travel to Calgary, Alberta for a pint or two at the pub. For fiction, we have one tale about an expedition who discovers that greed is a gateway to even deeper evils. Coming Up Good Evening: Submissions, Reviews, Patreon Update: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Calgary’s Haunted Pubs: 00:03:39 Kev Harrison’s A Precious Qu…
 
Marian Bacol-Uba (@mbacoluba) shares her story of surviving childhood sexual abuse and incest, suicide attempt, and leaving corporate marketing to build her own empire. We discuss: Marian’s healing journey from a sexual abuse in childhood Living a double life of success on the outside and suicidal episodes on the inside How a suicide attempt and ND…
 
Would you like to discover why a ban on trophy hunting may not be beneficial to conserving species such as lion? This week we have the privilege of talking to Dr. Amy Dickman, founder of the Ruaha Carnivore Project and a senior research fellow at the University of Oxford. In this episode, Amy provides incredible insight into the innovative methods …
 
Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Mackay sit down with Sarah Ganginis, a non-diet dietitian who takes a weight-inclusive approach to nutrition and health. In addition to seeing adults and children in her private practice, Sarah has dedicated much of her time advocating for change in the school nutrition and health curriculums in the state of Maryland. W…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Marci Evans is back! We discuss the intersection of digestive disorders and eating disorders, the risks associated with elimination diets, the role of the gut microbiome in digestion and health, the importance of consistency in self-care and well-being, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about why…
 
Welcome to Episode 448. This week we travel to the Alberta Rockies for a stay at one of Canada’s most famously haunted hotels. For fiction, we one tale for you about why the cost of going astray is unusually high. Coming Up Good Evening: Submissions and Narrators: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Banff Springs Hotel: 00:02:48 Joshua Robinson’s Home as read b…
 
It’s time to go all in on your vision. In this solo episode, I share my experience with: How the Source communicates in unique ways with each human What I learned by following divine guidance 5 things I learned from taking a break from doing sponsored posts on @breakfastcriminals Upcoming virtual cacao ceremony offerings Top 3 tech tools I’ve recen…
 
This week we head over to Zambia to talk to Anna Tolan, founder of the Chipembele Wildlife Education Trust. In 1998, Anna and her husband Steve packed their bags and moved from the UK to Zambia and the rest is history! Having found a plot of land on the banks of the Luangwa River, opposite the South Luangwa National Park, they created Chipembele. T…
 
Disability-rights advocate and writer Rebekah Taussig joins us to talk about why body positivity needs to be a radical and intersectional movement, the connection between body acceptance and disability rights, the many ways in which diet culture has infiltrated disability culture and affects people in disabled bodies, embracing all the emotions tha…
 
Welcome to Episode 447. This week we travel to Edmonton, Alberta to meet the caretaker of a historic building. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about the final moments before the end of the world and a woman who learns why you should call before visiting. Coming Up Good Evening: Submissions & Narrators: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: The Gibbard Blo…
 
Want to hear about one of the most dangerous jobs in wildlife conservation? Well, on today’s episode we take to the skies with Mike Ross, Helicopter wildlife capture specialist. Mike has over 22 years of experience in capturing wildlife for conservation purposes and tells us what it's like to be in the cockpit during a capture. In addition to being…
 
This week we sat down with author, school consultant, speaker, and educator Ana Homayoun to talk about social media wellness. We chat about Ana's latest book Social Media Wellness and her framework for how families can approach social media in their lives. Ana has many years of experience working directly with teens and has seen how social media ha…
 
Mental health counselor and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Christine Yoshida joins us to discuss how fitness culture affected her relationship with food, how she broke free and restored her relationship with her body, why diet mentality and “clean eating” can make health problems worse, how young children can be influenced by diet culture, us…
 
Welcome to Episode 446. This week we stick around Crowsnest Pass and search the hills for a lost gold mine. For fiction, we have one tale for you about a grandmother who delights in playing matchmaker. Coming Up Good Evening: Submissions Open: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Lost Lemon Mine: 00:02:13 Gordon B. White’s Paper Wings and Arrow Juice as read by …
 
In this solo episode, I give you a behind the scenes update that covers: The purchase that changed my life My top learnings from recent podcast episodes What I learned from McKel Kooienga of Nutrition Stripped What I learned from working with Aaron Rose The energetic shift that led to my TikTok (@whereisksenia) blowing up to 250K followers How my p…
 
This week we welcome Francesca Trotman onto the podcast! After witnessing distressing shark killings in the unprotected waters of Mozambique, Francesca founded Love The Oceans. Their mission is to create a marine protected area through research of species such as whale sharks, humpback whales, dolphins and manta rays. Love the Oceans is co-owned by…
 
Body-positive sex coach and fellow podcast host Dawn Serra joins us to talk about the social currency that comes with dieting and pursuing weight loss, her work in sexuality and how it intersects with fat activism, body image struggles within sexual experiences, how weight discrimination affects people in larger bodies, thin privilege, the good-fat…
 
Welcome to Episode 445. This week we travel to the little town of Frank, Alberta… or what’s left of it anyway. For fiction, we have one tale for you about the fine line between predator and prey. Coming Up Good Evening: Welcome and Submissions Reminder: 00:01:06 Dark Travels: Frank Slide: 00:01:47 [Trigger] John Dodd’s Sugar Ceremony as read by Sum…
 
I recently had a Human Design for Business reading with Nikki Brafman (@nikkibrafman), and learning my energetic patterns and blocks that were holding me back in my business were a game-changer. Combined with Conscious Social Media Method principles, it’s had a huge impact on my business. I’m excited to share Nikki’s human design wisdom with you in…
 
In this episode we are joined by Sabrina Colombo, a senior ranger and project manager at ‘Limpopo Eco Operations - Africa’. LEO Africa, situated in the beautiful Waterberg area of South Africa, aims to monitor and conserve key species, including cheetah and lion, amongst many other endangered species. We gain insight into the fantastic LEO Africa v…
 
An interview with journalist and registered dietitian-to-be, Christine Byrne. She writes about food, nutrition and physical activity with an anti-diet, Health At Every Size®, body positive, Intuitive Eating perspective. We touch on lots of topics including: Her path from line cook in a restaurant to a graduate student in the Masters of Public Healt…
 
TV writer and fellow podcaster April K. Quioh joins us to talk about how intersectional feminism and sociology helped her to finally let go of dieting and embrace her body size, why we need to challenge fatphobia and fight for it to be considered a valid form of discrimination, why it’s important to unlearn the diet-culture rules we’ve internalized…
 
Welcome to Episode 444. This week we sit down for a chat with author Daniel Kraus about his new book – the final work by horror icon George A. Romero. For fiction, we have two tales for you: about a mother whose love encourages her son to be who he was meant to be, and how escape is difficult when your every move if watched. Coming Up Good Evening:…
 
Shannon Lutz is a marketing mentor and owner of The Social Bungalow (@thesocialbungalow), where she creates high converting marketing strategies for female entrepreneurs who want to become wildly in demand. I learn something every time I come across Shannon’s content on Instagram – and let me tell you, she’s generous with dropping knowledge to her …
 
Today I am thrilled to be talking with Dr. Johan Marais, a world-renowned wildlife vet and founder of the organisation, 'Saving the Survivors'. Saving the Survivors treats any animal in need ranging from lions to wild dog. A large proportion of their work involves rhinos, which suffer terribly as a result of barbaric poaching attacks and their horn…
 
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