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Shame Free Eating

Julie Satterfeal, MS, RDN, LD

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Dieting has led many people to be frustrated and feel shame about eating and their bodies. Shame Free Eating empowers people to develop a positive relationship with food while building skills to be healthy and happy in all body sizes. In a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere registered dietitian and author Julie Satterfeal speaks with guests about their struggles with eating, dieting, and their bodies. Grab a cup of coffee and a snack and come be a part of this community that is healing, lear ...
 
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Do people still think that there are “healthy diets“? Or do they just want to believe it? Has the false messaging around diets and weight loss become so normalized that it is assumed? Or is society so socialized to hate fatness that people want to believe it can be controlled? Since new generations of lovely humans in their life journey infancy bel…
 
Join me as we continue our conversation around weight gain, anti-fat bias, and self-love! There are so many factors that affect the weight and shape of our body over the course of our lives, and not even one of them is that you are not a good steward of your health. Let's talk about some really sneaky human factors can play a part and some very pre…
 
Join me as we begin a conversation about weight gain, anti-fat bias, and self-belief. Society is so focused on weight and body shape/size and using it as a barometer for our lives. It is complete garbage. There are so many factors that affect the weight and shape of our body over the course of our lives, and not even one of them is that you are not…
 
Do you have a chronic disease, condition, syndrome, or just some health issues you want to tackle, like yesterday? Yet you try to follow the nutrition recommendations and are successful for a time and then - it all falls apart? You know diets don't work, but then what are you supposed to do to implement the changes necessary to manage your personal…
 
Join me as I speak with another loving and knowledgable licensed professional counselor! Gabby Morreale specializes in eating disorders and joins me from Pennsylvania in this episode to talk about how hard it can be to seek and receive treatment. Some of these reasons include insurance coverage, mental health and body stigma, shame, and poor past e…
 
Do you wonder if diet culture is influencing your decisions or impacting how you think about food? Listen in as I give five examples of things you might do, say, or think that come straight from the fiery pit of diet culture. I also share why that happens, what the authentic truth is, and what you can do differently today. If you are interested in …
 
Eating disorders are about much more than food, and they certainly don’t have a “look”. Join me as I interview Michaela Whitehead, an eating disorder therapist with a heart of gold. She discusses the multi-factorial causes of eating disorders, the joy that they rob from body, mind, and soul, and the encouraging fact that there is always hope for re…
 
Maslow’s 1943 Hierarchy of Needs is such an interesting tool. It has been expanded upon over the years, yet stays remarkably true to the original concept. Its principles can also be applied across many areas of interest and is pertinent in explaining how and why certain things in our lives are manifested and other things are left falling short. Tun…
 
Eating disorders are powerful, painful, and fatal, and they take over our mind, body, and spirit. There is a direct path leading from social media and the idolizing of thinness to dieting, to all forms of eating disorders. You do not want to miss this episode with my guest Victoria Evans, podcast host and intuitive eating coach, in which she shares…
 
The start of school has me pondering all the trials and tribulations of fitting in and dealing with change, discrimination, and judgement. It's no wonder middle school kids don't want to draw attention to themselves. It's hard work coming to terms with how the world views us, and then figuring out how to move forward with that information. Unfortun…
 
I'm back with dietitians Lita Chatham and Jenna Le Kayworth as they continue their interview with me! They started a podcast as part of a program they were running at the Alabama Department of Public Health and had me on as their guest. In this part of the interview we talk about how body respect fits into a journey of finding food freedom and how …
 
Listen in as dietitians Lita Chatham and Jenna Le Kayworth from the Alabama Department of Public Health interview me! They started a podcast as part of a program they were running and had me on to share with their audience about why diets don't work and to answer the common question of...what to do instead? We did that and more! It's FREE workshop …
 
Receiving a genuine compliment can change the trajectory of an entire day, or maybe even a lifetime. Join host Julie as she chats with her free-spirited and loving 19-year-old daughter. They discuss Sesalie's tendency to notice the beauty and positive traits in everyone she comes across, and how that seems to impact the very energy in a given momen…
 
While being a tall woman may seem like an enviable trait, guest Jody speaks candidly about some of the struggles it posed for her. Including ways that it made her feel excluded as a kid, and how that contributed to her self image, dieting history, and eating disorder. Through the healing process Jody now sees first hand how much better the world an…
 
In many fitness apps, medical waiting room videos, and by certain allied health professionals, the guidelines are provided for a 'moderate' weight loss of 1-2 pounds. This is touted as 'the healthy way', 'the lifestyle change', 'the wellness diet' way to lose weight. It is also commonly proposed to be the moral high road for weight loss. Let's talk…
 
We hear quite a bit about the eating disorder risk that can come along with being a gymnast, diver, dancer, runner, etc. Tune in as Julie chats with her sister-in-law Brianna Sieja about her expeience as a competitive gymnast growing up. What messages did she hear, how did she process the experiences, and what allowed her to come away with such pos…
 
Do you have questions about new food trends or places that have cropped up selling products marketed as “nutrition”? In this episode Julie gives some tips for how to assess these places and products for yourself. What is the intent of the seller and what is your intent in purchasing? Do these intentions align with your needs, your body, and your in…
 
Sometimes it takes the youngest among us to teach the truths we most need. Tune in as Lita shares a personal story with Julie that beautifully encapsulates how to strip the power from shame with courage and vulnerability. And in the process passing along some of the greatest gifts possible to those in our wake...self-acceptance, self-confidence, wo…
 
Do you wonder how nutrition fits into an intuitive eating and anti-diet approach? Tune in for a quick explanation! The food that we eat serves a multitude of purposes, and the science of nutrition is awesome. The sciences of psychology, human behavior, and physiology are also awesome, and they play a part in this story. https://shamefreeeating.com/…
 
You don't want to miss this episode! Tune in for some meaningful insight from Julie's guest Kim as she discusses her personal journey with, and thoughts about, before and after photos. Kim also shares how she and her teenage daughter support each other as they traverse this culture of diets and anti-fat bias, and the ways in which they reframe how …
 
Your body certainly doesn’t know the difference between a diet and a famine. And that big brain of yours can’t outwit it either! In fact, a diet is a famine. Tune in for the 411 on how your body does exactly what it is built to do when you go on a diet, and how weight regain is not your fault. Weight loss diet advice is so prominent in our culture …
 
When friends push their diets on social media platforms it can have many unintended and harmful consequences. Host Julie speaks with past guest Vicky about how these posts come across to her and her concerns for the emotional health of those reading them, in particular, teenagers. Julie addresses some of the problems with those still grappling with…
 
Our body is shouldering a whole lot of stress these days. And that can look a lot of different ways...body changes, mental health changes, activity changes, changes in routines. Tune in as Julie speaks with Lara about her job as a cardiac nurse and how changing jobs during covid was an incredible opportunity while also derailing her past routines. …
 
Reflecting on her personal history as a non-diet dietitian, Julie shares her history as a picky eater, thoughts on her genetics, and how it contributed to the way in which she practices nutrition therapy. Her thin privilege afforded her benefits that led to many of the insights that are foundational in how she works with clients. Listen in for advi…
 
If you are using your scale as a form of "accountability", it may be doing more harm than good. Tune into this episode for some inspiration and encouragement to ditch the scale for good! There are a lot of things that we do because it's what we've always done and seems to be "the thing to do". Hear a quick plug for why weighing yourself probably sh…
 
Join Julie as she interviews her Dad about growing up in Princeton, NJ during the mid 20th century. He shares the heritage of his grandparents who immigrated from Poland in 1911 and some of his parents history as teens during the Great Depresssion. History is a powerful tool for recognizing and understanding some of our own personal food beliefs, p…
 
Anti-diet and weight inclusive dietitian, Alissa Rumsey joins us to share a bit about her new book, "Unapologetic Eating", which is out today! She tells a story of a photo she posted of herself eating a sandwich that went viral along with the aha moment she had as a result. Julie and Alissa also discuss the fatphobia and anti-fat beliefs that make …
 
So many guests have shared experiences related to food, dieting, and their bodies during childhood. In this episode Julie tackles why that is such a common thread, how it has gone awry, and how it can be different for future kids. If you are frustrated with dieting and ready to stop the roller coaster of the diet-binge-shame cycle, come check out J…
 
Host Julie talks with naturopathic physician Dr. Katie Rose about her specialty in women's health and fertility. They discuss the prominent weight stigma and discrimination that comes up in fertility treatment as well as how diets do not provide the solution or control that is desired.By Julie Satterfeal, Dr. Katie Rose
 
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