I know I talk a lot about intuitive eating, but there's also a lot of misinformation about what intuitive eating is and isn't. Let's get the facts from this week's expert guest, Evelyn Tribole, co-author of the book Intuitive Eating.
Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified eating disorders dietitian, author of 9 books, with a private practice in Newport Beach, California. She enjoys speaking and training health professionals on how to help their clients cultivate a healthy relationship with food, mind, and body through the process of Intuitive Eating.
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How did we get to this point in history when the majority of school age children want to change their bodies and we've all become obsessed with the scale, our weights, and what we look like?
It seems as though our obsession with losing weight and "being healthy" has actually done the complete opposite though. In this episode, Dr. Reinold dives deep into:
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It's hard to feel good about your body in the middle of swimsuit and shorts season. The more we reveal our bodies, the more we vulnerable we can feel. And then all the negative thoughts come in... and then the diet thoughts come in... and before we know it, we're pages deep reading the latest diet book or health blog with hopes and dreams of changing our body ONE. LAST. TIME.
But what if you could feel good in your body RIGHT NOW?
Well, in this episode, I'm sharing with you my top 10 strategies to feel good in your body right now! These are the exact same strategies that I personally use to improve my own body image when I'm not feeling my best.
Buy new clothes if you need to. If it helps to cut the tags out of your clothes, do it! Hide or get rid of clothes that don't fit you right now.
Diet culture can make us very self-centered. Sometimes even recovery makes...
What does God actually think of food and body image obsessions? How can we apply GRACE to food and our bodies?
Diet culture has hijacked Christian culture and many church communities. This is no surprise. However, maybe we've gotten it wrong. Let's investigate how to apply grace to food and body image issues.
In today's episode, I talk with dietitian, author, wife, mother, and eating disorders professional, Aubrey Golbek.
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Can you develop an eating disorder and body dysmorphia even when you're in an already "thin ideal" body? YES!
No matter your body size or shape, we are all vulnerable to the impact of culture on how we view ourselves. Eating disorders are mental illnesses, and we cannot determine someone's emotional suffering based on what someone looks like.
In today's episode, I talk with dietitian, food blogger, and eating disorders professional, Sophie Bertrand.
Sophie gives some really great actionable tips for helping...
How does someone get on a weight loss television show? What's it really like behind the scenes? How do doctors and the medical community affect our relationship with food and body?
As anyone who has ever struggled with food and eating issues can attest, our issues usually begin young and begin with unique motivations, usually involving some form of acceptance or health.
In today's episode, I talk with former weight loss television show contestant and infertility warrior, Jacqui McCoy.
>>DISCLAIMER: My guest, Lindsay Gibson, shares her violent sexual assault story on the podcast today. If you do NOT want to hear her story or it will be triggering to you, please fast forward first 15 minutes.<<
For many of us who struggle with food and our bodies, trauma- whether big or small- is likely a part of our story. Even if you think that your childhood wasn't "that bad" or nothing "really traumatic" happened to you, you may be surprised to know how much we internalize from traumatic moments. In fact, trauma is not defined by the severity of the event, but by the severity of the impact on the individual.
In today's episode, I talk with my dear friend, Lindsay Gibson- author, speaker, trauma and maternal mental health advocate, and devoted mother.
Hey! Wondering why I've been absent from the show for a while?
Well, I have a very special announcement for you! I'm sure you can guess by the title.
But... I'M PREGNANT!
I'm opening up today about:
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What if you "get that diets don't work," but you STILL want to lose weight? What if you just FEEL awful in the body you're in now? How does set point weight work and how does your diet affect it? I'll dive into all this and more in today's down-to-earth conversation about mindful nutrition.
In today's episode, I talk with Gisela Bouvier, registered dietitian, corporate wellness professional, wife, and mother.
>>Disclaimer: If you're JUST starting out with intuitive eating and triggered by nutrition or health discussions, please do not listen to this episode. :)
What qualifies as a true "eating disorder" and what is just "disordered eating?" I'll answer this most commonly asked question and so much more on today's episode.
In honor of National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, this week's episode is specifically on eating disorders.
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