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Speaking of Hungry

Alison Barkman, MS, RD, CDN

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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 ...
 
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In this last episode for 2021, I'm exploring the world of kids and snacking. Crystal Karges and I dive into everything parents want to know about kids and snacks. We chat about the usual, "normal" snacking stuff that makes parents nuts and explore what to do when your child may be sneaking food. What do you do if you want to raise an intuitive eate…
 
What are your core beliefs about food? About your body? About health? Are your core beliefs getting in the way of healing your relationship with food? How are your core beliefs driving your decisions about what, when, and how much you eat? Dr. Lara Zibarras joins me in this episode to discuss core beliefs. She breaks down common core beliefs that h…
 
If you haven't noticed already, I love talking about movement and exercise as a form of self-care and increasing body awareness. Pilates was part of my recovery from a disordered relationship with food and exercise. When I found Helen Phelan, Brooklyn-based certified pilates instructor, I was excited to schedule a chat with her on the show. Helen i…
 
I had a chat with Amanda Forman, a registered dietitian who specializes in polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and women's health. We talk about: What PCOS is and what's happening in the body; Why the advice of "cutting out carbs" doesn't help a PCOS patient; What someone with PCOS can do when they are frustrated with the many symptoms such as weigh…
 
In this latest episode I chat with NYC-based psychologist, Alexis Conason, about her approach to living diet-free that she writes about in her book, The Diet Free Revolution. Alexis specializes in eating disorders in her private practice and is also the founder of The Anti-Diet Plan, a weight-inclusive online mindful eating program. In this episode…
 
Do you own a Peloton bike or treadmill? Or do you use the Peloton app to jump into a yoga, strength training, barre, pilates, or meditation session? I love my Peloton bike and all of the different forms of exercise the app offers. What a lifesaver during Covid!! BUT... I know there are many Facebook communities that have formed for Peloton users to…
 
In this episode, I talk about my recent experience following a strength training calendar. I started following it because I wanted to get more into a routine of lifting heavier weights and gaining strength. I also wanted to decrease my cardio to change things up and make time for strength training. After several months of following this calendar, I…
 
Have you been navigating the world of intuitive eating but struggling with rules around alcohol? Is alcohol acting as a barrier to you feeling your fullness? Or are you ignoring your hunger in order to "save up" calories to drink later on? Do you know if your rules about alcohol are coming from a place of self-care? Or are they wrapped up in fear o…
 
In today's episode, I'm speaking with Nicola Salmon, a UK-based fat positive fertility coach and trained acupuncturist. We're diving into wanting to get pregnant in a fat body, the diet culture that is wrapped up in the process, and how to use the research to get more weight-inclusive fertility care. Nicola first walks us through her own story of b…
 
Welcome to Season 4 of the Speaking of Hungry Podcast!! After a summer hiatus, I am back!! I have some great discussions coming your way in the next few months. I'm kicking it off with today's episode featuring intuitive eating coach Victoria Evans. Victoria reveals her own struggle with an eating disorder that eventually led her to the ultimate ro…
 
When we are so used to dieting and restricting food, the expected outcome is typically weight loss, a smaller dress size, a decrease in body fat percentage, improved health, or all of the above. What can we expect when we decide to STOP dieting and to heal our bodies through an improved relationship with food? That's what I'm talking about in this …
 
This is a replay of one of my top downloaded episodes on the Speaking of Hungry podcast! If you are struggling with regular binges and feel out-of-control, you definitely should listen to this episode! Please note: Speaking of Hungry will be on hiatus for July and August!! I'll be replaying older episodes over the summer as I gear up for a BRAND NE…
 
In this episode, I tell you my dieting rock-bottom when I attempted a three-day juice cleanse. Even in my most disordered eating days of restriction, weighing, and tracking every morsel of food that I ate, I remember thinking juice cleanses sounded ridiculous and extreme. I enjoyed CHEWING food, even if I wasn't eating enough of it. When an eating …
 
My usual grocery shopping and browsing through the ice cream aisle inspired this week's episode! I share my thoughts about "diet" foods such as keto and paleo versions of "forbidden" foods. Why do they exist? Why are people buying them? Do they help us build a healthy relationship with all foods? Listen to this week's episode if you're curious abou…
 
Last week I talked about 5 signs that your eating habits may be disordered. One sign is food journaling. What is food journaling? Writing down every single thing you eat or entering meals and snacks into a food diary app. This also may involve weighing and measuring your food for accurate tracking. This may start out innocently so that you can lear…
 
Am I being healthy? Or are my eating behaviors becoming disordered? Have you started to wonder if you, or someone you know, are dealing with disordered eating behaviors? It's very hard to tell in this diet-obsessed world we live in. Dieting, cutting out food groups, going hours without eating are just a few examples of what society considers "norma…
 
Maybe you've heard of giving yourself permission to eat all foods and you're thinking, "But I can't have (insert food here) in the house or I'll eat the whole thing!" What does it mean when we say "make peace with food" and "give yourself permission to eat all foods"? Why do you think it may work for others but NOT you? This process is not as easy …
 
You are working on healing your relationship with food and recover from chronic dieting and disordered eating. You are convinced that working on recovery is the right decision for you. Diets and restriction have taken up too much of your life. BUT, you have friends or family members who disagree. They think you're being irresponsible and not taking…
 
Are you done with chronic dieting, trying to heal your relationship with food, AND trying to figure out how exercise fits into all of this? Then you MUST listen to this REPLAY!! I'm replaying this interview with body-positive and weight-inclusive personal trainer, Jenna Jozefowski. Jenna gives active women a tough love transformation to their appro…
 
Why do you want to recover from disordered eating? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ For those of us with kids, we worry. We don't want our kids to: 😕 be in a constant battle with their body, 😔 chronically diet for the rest of their life, 😣 have anxiety around food, 😢 exercise compulsively, 😟 use food to cope with life. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you've grown up with diet culture influ…
 
This week I'm replaying an amazing discussion I had one year ago with registered dietitian Glenys Oyston. She lost weight, kept it off for years, and was considered a true success story. What people didn't realize is she didn't feel successful at all but instead was a full-time food and body obsession. Details on the episode are below. I'll be back…
 
Did you know there are other forms of hunger other than physical hunger? Did you also know there is no reason for us to feel like we're doing something wrong if we eat when we're not physically hungry? A discussion on hunger came up in my private Facebook support group, the Intuitive Eating and Body Compassion Community. Many times chronic dieters …
 
Are you an adult with ADHD also struggling with disordered eating? Then you'll want to check out this latest Speaking of Hungry episode! Even if you're a parent of a child with ADHD and food struggles, you can take something away from my conversation with Becca King, the "ADHD Nutritionist". Becca and I discuss: Becca's ADHD diagnosis and her past …
 
Do you binge or overeat and feel out of control? There are many reasons we binge or overeat. Going on another diet will not help but only add fuel to the fire. In this latest episode of Speaking of Hungry, I talk about: ✨ the top reasons my clients struggle with binge eating, ✨ steps to identify triggers, and plan for when the next one will come al…
 
Are you tired of apologizing for how you eat? For your body shape and size? Is this constant apologizing harming your relationship with food and your body? Listen to the newest Speaking of Hungry episode where I chat with Alissa Rumsey, a nationally-recognized registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, who is empowering women to…
 
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