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Christine Okezie, Holistic Nutritionist, Natural Foods Chef and Transformational Life Coach explores a genuinely “Whole-istic” Non-Diet approach to healthy eating, weight challenges and self-care. She’s fed up with the pervasive “wellness gimmicks” and “hidden diet messaging” and is passionate about you having the right tools to understand the deeper soul truths in your health challenges. Take a deep dive into the realm of mind body medicine and explore healing strategies that work at the ps ...
 
The Joyful Movement Show is for women who are done with punitive, body shaming exercise. I'm your host Kim Hagle - certified personal trainer, registered holistic nutritionist and recovering dieter. Tune in for your weekly dose of non-diet, Health at Every Size (HAES) informed inspiration. I'll give you practical tips to help you connect to the motivation within as we discuss all things joyful movement, intuitive eating and body acceptance.
 
This is not your average therapy session! That’s because it isn’t a therapy session at all! Look at this more like a great conservation over coffee, wine or a bubbly seltzer water while we talk about all things human. Being one, what’s hard about being one, how to navigate feelings, relationships, grief, insecurities and body image issues, ditching diet culture and so much more. This is not your average self-help podcast, heck some days it might not even be a self-help podcast at all. Just a ...
 
Food Therapist and Nutritionist David Orozco brings you an Anti-Diet approach that will optimize your physical, emotional, and mental health One Small Bite at a time. David will help you chop harmful diet myths by providing thought provoking conversations grounded in sound nutritional science. From hot topics like fasting, fad diets, sleep, and chronic illnesses, to emotional health, David will help you create body positivity, build healthy relationships with eating, make peace with food, an ...
 
Struggling to lose the last few kilos? Sick of hating your body or trying diets that don’t work? Wondering how to stop thinking about food all the time? The wellness world is full of dodgy ‘health’ advice. Dietitian and nutritionist Lyndi Cohen (aka The Nude Nutritionist) helps you eliminate those pesky diet rules so you can be healthy, without the wellness wankery. In this podcast, Lyndi and her co-host Jenna D'Apice talk about all things nutrition, share actionable strategies for ditching ...
 
Welcome! Do you think you just need to change your mindset when it comes to food? Or maybe this sounds familiar… "If I could just eat what I know I am supposed to, I would be healthier". OR "If I could lose weight, then I could be happy?" This my friend is a broken strategy! If it worked, you would already be doing it, right? Respected industry expert, Tammy Lantz and her guests guide you through how to stop the war with food, wake up excited to get dressed, and how to nourish yourself far b ...
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDS talks with guests and answers listener questions about making peace with food, healing from disordered eating, learning body acceptance, practicing intuitive eating, escaping harmful wellness culture, and more--all from a body-positive, anti-diet perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater ...
 
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 ...
 
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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. Learn more about us at www.opalfoodandbody.com.
 
Undiet Your Coaching Practice podcast is your go-to resource for building a non-diet coaching business. This show is packed with everything you need to create a profitable non-diet coaching business with massive impact! Whether you’re a health coach, nutritionist, life coach, body image coach, fitness coach, nurse, or any health or mental health practitioner, you will learn something on the show that applies to you. Your host, Stephanie Dodier is a Clinical Nutritionist, Certified Intuitive ...
 
Welcome to The Full Bodied Evolution Podcast for people who LOVE food and loathe Exercise! I’m Marnie Wynne your host and I am a certified Personal Trainer, Nutritional Advisor, Life Coach and chef. I am an anti diet, body positive mind and body transformation coach. I help food lovers and exercise loathers to build their dream healthy lifestyle and reach their health goals without faddy diets or fitness fads. This podcast is about making a life transformation, getting what you want for your ...
 
Are you sick of dieting and want to learn to find food freedom? Do you dream about the day you can stop obsessing over food? Are you done playing the comparison game and wish you could just love your body already? Well, you’re in the right place. The SociEATy podcast is hosted by Registered Dietitian and food freedom expert, Colleen Christensen. Colleen ditched dieting for good and became an intuitive eater after years of being controlled by food rules and restrictions. Now, she is dedicated ...
 
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 ...
 
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Lyndi used to hate her body. Like really hate her body. But no matter what she weighed, it was never good enough. Every time she overate, felt guilty and loathed her body even more. Eventually she realised, her weight was never the problem. The problem was a lack of self-acceptance. So how do you go from hating your body to loving it? It doesn’t ha…
 
I'm sure you've heard all of the lies telling you that eating the right foods, moving your body enough, and controlling your weight will create health. Yes, that's right, those are lies. Health is far more complex than these 3 aspects! Believing these widespread lies keeps you trapped in a diet culture mentality by implying that your body (and ther…
 
Decolonize Your Plate! Dr. Nyemb-Diop invites black people to decolonize their plate. The idea of a healthy plate consists of European centric foods. This systemic racism affects how nutrition services are provided to black people. Black culture can create their plate their way by decolonizing it. Cultural foods are healthy and healing. Forget the …
 
This week, we're talking all about life after diets! We often hear mantras in mainstream body positivity like "you're not a number on a scale", and those can be great entry points into breaking out of diet culture. But they only tell us what we're not. Often, when we've spent a lot of time within diet culture, our diet & exercise choices become par…
 
Free Training: How to Master Your Hunger And Fullness Cues: Click here to sign up! What does it feel like to not have your mental health be impacted by how your body looks? In this podcast episode, Colleen talks with Alex Light; body confidence influencer, author and inclusive swimsuit creator about her journey through anorexia, bulimia and binge e…
 
We are so excited to be presenting a summer series on the Pursuing Private Practice podcast! The next 10 episodes or so will feature various guests that are part of the Pursuing Private Practice team. In this episode, you will hear from Jennifer directly about growing this part of her business. 2020 was the year of burnout and how she realized the …
 
Like with all things in the health space, there is a lot of confusing information out there. With marketers trying to convince us to buy expensive protein powders or fancy supplements in order to be 'beautiful', it’s easy to think that we need to spend (big) on them! This week we heard from our wonderful listener Sophie, with a question that is on …
 
Christy answers an audience question about what to do if you feel out of control with certain foods. We discuss the many reasons why you might feel compelled to eat to the point of discomfort, why you’re not “wrong” or “bad” for doing it, and how to reduce the restrictions that often drive this kind of eating, so that you can feel more at peace wit…
 
On this episode, we’re joined by Angela a participant in the Right Body for Me coaching program. Angela is a successful, intelligent, accomplished woman, with a happy marriage and beautiful daughter. Her life “looks great on paper” and yet like many women, she always felt like an imposter; unworthy of the love, acceptance and success she experience…
 
Ep#111 Today’s guest is Sandeep Nath, Author, Motivational Speaker and Founder of Renewal-ism, a movement that seeks to elevate human consciousness through small changes in individual habits. He is also a Reiki Master, Qigong Instructor, Mindfulness Coach, Tibetan Buddhist and the author of two books: Arrive At Success and Renewal. Since 2006, Sand…
 
Lyndi has spoken to many women who tell a similar story and ask “how can I stop my mum commenting on or criticising my weight and body?” So it's time to tackle it on the podcast. Because remember when people comment on your weight or body – or criticise how you look – it stays with you and affects your self-confidence and relationship with food. It…
 
As an adult, you can choose when and how to discuss your weight with your doctor. But, growing children need to have their weight checked regularly to monitor their development and overall health. So, how do you avoid putting too much weight on the number and letting your child get wrapped up in diet culture? In this episode, Beth and I discuss som…
 
Do we need a supplement for every problem? Bogus diet supplements are everywhere and often pedaled by celebrities. Their celebrity status adds more appeal to the supplement because so many of us wish we had that celebrity edge - the looks, success, money, likeability, and status. David saw the new infomercial by Tony Horton and wants to share his i…
 
This week, as a change from our usual high-level discussions, we're breaking down a specific tool that is often used in the day-to-day practice of Intuitive Eating - the hunger & fullness scale. The hunger & fullness scale can be a great tool for building our awareness of our internal cues...but it's not necessarily the right choice for everyone. I…
 
Free Training: How to Master Your Hunger And Fullness Cues → Click here to sign up! Can you think of a time that you ate so much of a forbidden food that your stomach was wildly uncomfortable and you were weighed down with heaps of guilt and shame? What if you kept doing it, even though you were desperate to stop? In today’s episode, I vulnerably s…
 
As grocery prices continue to rise, many people are having to reassess what they are putting in their carts. In this episode we had a great listener question from Erin, about how to the overcome fear or worry around using 'normal' and cost effective ingredients like flour, real butter or full fat meats. Do you really need to spend extra money on ho…
 
Christy answers an audience question about how to avoid eating too little throughout the day and ending up in an unintentional restrict-rebound cycle. We discuss how to reframe the issue so that you’re not forcing yourself to eat or demonizing “overeating,” and explore why tuning into subtle signs of hunger is essential for self-care. Subscribe to …
 
Right Body for Me is a 6 month coaching container for women who want to end the cycle of restriction and punitive exercise and find food freedom, joyful movement and confidence in their own skin. In this episode, I’ll share all the details about why I created this program, who it’s for, how it works and how it can help you to heal your body image a…
 
Ep#110 Today’s guest has made it her mission in life to help people raise their consciousness by breaking through the conditioning, limiting beliefs and false self perceptions that keep us from living authentic fulfilling lives. She's Carrie Schmidt, Life Coach, Motivational Speaker and author of: “Behind the Screen - Uncover the Truth, Connect to …
 
Grocery prices are really crazy at the moment. There are shortages and surging prices for basic ingredients. What can we do to still eat healthily even while sticking to a budget? Studies have shown that the more meals you cook at home, the healthier you are. So even though grocery prices are climbing, your weekly shop will always be cheaper than t…
 
As you embark on your journey with food and body freedom, you may be worried about what your family and friends may or may not say about your body size. The mere thought of them saying something can be a rather unsettling worry without being confident on how to respond. Today, I’m sharing some ways that you can respond to body comments and preserve…
 
The secret to recover from binge eating is not through more restriction. David's guest, Sam, talks openly about her journey with binge eating. Her challenges are personal and systemic. Sam shares her secrets in the hope her message with reach others and create more understanding about this eating disorder. Highlights: What is binge eating? Challeng…
 
This week, we're talking all about a specific practice that we spend a lot of time on in Intuitive Eating - reframing our food beliefs! We've all absorbed a million beliefs about food from diet culture. We get these beliefs from specific diets, from health & wellness professionals, from fitness professionals, from the media, and from our friends & …
 
What is body image, according to an honest-to-goodness expert? We’re talking PhD level expertise. This may surprise you, but body image can’t be seen with a mirror. In this episode, we meet Dr. Lindsay Kite, a Ph.D. in female body image, expert, and co-author of More Than A Body with her twin sister and fellow body image expert. You’ll learn (and b…
 
Join Jennifer McGurk and Stephanie Long as they talk about starting a nutrition business. This episode features all of the important to-do's when getting started with a business: mindset work, setting goals, important legal tasks to get done, and the idea of niching down. Some of the topics discussed include: Stephanie and Jennifer's stories of sta…
 
From the moment you were born, you intuitively knew how much food your body needed to get enough energy. You cried when you were hungry and stopped eating when you were satisfied. You did not need a meal plan to tell you the best way to eat for your blood type or a diet book to guide your eating. You were born understanding how to best fuel your bo…
 
Are you “doing intuitive eating wrong” if you find yourself eating just because you feel bored/tired/sad/otherwise emotional, or just because you *want* to eat, without being hungry per se? Christy responds, with 5 key ideas to consider. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly for weekly Q&As and more. If you're ready to break free from diet…
 
On today’s episode, we are joined by Jennifer, a participant in the Right Body for Me coaching program. Like many women, Jennifer spent her life cycling from one diet to another, never finishing or finding “success” with any of them. But, she continued to believe that losing weight was the answer to all her struggles and always hoped that the next …
 
Ep#109 Today’s guest is a powerful example of the gift that comes with following that inner knowing. She’s Rachel Beanland, medical doctor, yoga and meditation teacher and holistic health coach.​ With 20 years specializing in infectious disease and population health, Rachel’s discovery of the science and philosophy of yoga guided her to do the heal…
 
The beautiful, the brutal and the downright ugly. Before Lyndi physically birthed a tiny boy she was blissfuly ignorant about the realities of motherhood. Of course as a dietitian by profession, she was aware of the nutritional requirements for breastfeeding but only now having experienced it herself does she truly understand the insatiable omnipre…
 
Does your doctor really need to weigh you at every visit? What if you are more at peace not discussing the number? These are some common questions that I get from women who have broken up with their scale (or are considering it). In this episode, Beth and I dive deep into these topics and give you 3 tools that you may consider using to navigate the…
 
Do caffeine and caffeine-derivatives really give you wings? Actually, the higher you rise, the harder the fall. Caffeine and energy drinks don't really work to increase your energy or metabolism in the long run. Today David tackles common myths and assumptions about caffeine and caffeine derivates. Let's redefine the goal of if something is working…
 
This week, we're talking all about self trust! We know diet culture does a lot of harm to our relationship with food, exercise, and our bodies. But did you know it also interferes with our ability to trust ourselves? Diet culture is all about replacing self trust with self control. That's why rebuilding our self trust plays a huge role in our anti-…
 
We don’t talk about Bruno (I mean, mental illness). In this week’s podcast episode, we follow Erin Morrissey through her tumultuous journey of disordered eating and compulsive over-exercising through her recovery and the launch of her wildly successful food blog, Erin Lives Whole. Today, Erin knows how to nourish her body and has learned to love th…
 
This podcast is the introduction lesson of our course, Beginner Basics! Beginner Basics is THE course to help you start your private practice with ease. Beginner Basics includes lessons on starting a business, templates and swipe files that you can use as your own, marketing ideas to help you get your first client, and (most importantly) the inspir…
 
Chances are you were raised by parents who had never heard of the phrase ‘healthy relationship with food’. If this doesn't apply to you - what a win! But this definitely applies for Lyndi, Jenna and our listener of the week, Gabi, who sent this question across. While your parents may have said or done things accidentally that impacted your relation…
 
Season 9 premiere! Christy is back from maternity leave with some intuitive eating lessons learned from feeding her baby, and some big news about the future of the podcast. We discuss the nuances of recognizing and communicating hunger and fullness, what diet and wellness culture get wrong about the incidence of food intolerances, why eating for co…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Kimberly, a virtual personal training client of mine. Kimberly had been doing great work with another coach around her relationship to food and body image, but was having difficulty engaging in movement without focusing on calorie burning or body shaping. In the past, Kimberly had participated in extreme exercise b…
 
Ep#108 Today’s episode spotlights an extraordinary woman, Kathleen Donnely Israel, whose spiritual journey took root and blossomed over the course of the 17 years that she cared for her husband who had Parkinson’s disease. It was during this time that she studied spiritual healing from many enlightened thought leaders and teachers and went on to be…
 
It’s impressive to think there are around 100 trillion micro-organisms from bacteria to fungi, viruses and protozoa that all exist in your gut! A growing amount of research suggests that these gut bugs play an important role in your health supporting immunity, mood and oh-so much more. But the research still has so far to go and where there is unce…
 
Habits make up 95% of our daily actions and thoughts, and they are essential to our survival. Without them, we’d be overly consumed with thinking through every single little thing we do! Sometimes though, we wish we didn’t have certain habits. In this episode, I take a deep dive into the brain science of habits and let you in on the secret of how t…
 
The push for you to reach 10K steps is actually diet culture marketing. What if less was more to live longer? David examines the origin, the myth, and the science around 10K steps. Plus, what actually helps. It’s all about less is more, one small bite. Highlights of this episode: Origin of 10K Steps The Science of 10K Steps 10K Steps is #Fitspirati…
 
This week, in honor of the unofficial beginning of summer, we're talking about all things summer bodies! In this episode, we cover: why the phrase "every body is a bikini body" misses the mark & keeps us centering our bodies anyway; the problematic fitness narratives that shape our thoughts & beliefs about summer bodies; and how we can prioritize c…
 
Everyone wants to know how to be more confident…where’s the magic switch, amiright?? In today’s episode, we are joined by Caralyn Mirand Koch, who has gone from the tallest, most awkward early bloomer in her middle school classroom to the confidence crusader, Tyra Banks Show contestant and plus-sized model who regularly shows it all in her Instagra…
 
How many glasses of water should we be drinking everyday.... and how big is a glass of water anyway? In this episode Lyndi answers a question from Pam about how much water we really should be drinking. Does one set number apply to all people? And is intuitive thirst something we should be subscribing to? Stop the all-or-nothing thinking and learn t…
 
In this episode, we are joined by body image expert, Molly Siefert. Molly shares her body image story, illustrating how the quest to feel better in the face of a health challenge by restricting certain foods, resulted in weight loss and unexpected praise. This led Molly down the slippery slope of finding validation in eating clean, being discipline…
 
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