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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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In this episode I address the "I wish" statements that I often hear from my clients related to food likes and dislikes. Things like, I wish I loved vegetables more, I wish I didn't have a sweet tooth, I wish I wasn't a picky eater, I wish I didn't love food so much"! It almost looks like a "grass is always greener" scenario doesn't it? Join me as I…
 
Did you know that college athletes are set up very well for intuitive eating? Dietitian Christine shares why that is and why tuning in this way is a winning competitive strategy. We also discuss some myths and barriers that get in the way of authentically healthy fueling. Christine is a dietitian with an emphasis in both sports nutrition and disord…
 
Listen in to hear some accounts that folks have shared about their experiences with losing weight and the unsolicited comments they receive. Our culture values a smaller body to such an extent that sometimes serious diseases and hardships are overlooked in the praising of weight loss. These comments reinforce the lies that being thinner is always b…
 
Join me as I speak to a couple very common concerns related to "needing" to lose weight. We will also go over how the ideas of "I'm just watching what I eat", or "eating in moderation is the key", or "it's just about making a lifestyle change" can also be sneaky ways of keeping us mired in diet culture. It's sounds like it makes sense and is a heal…
 
Have you ever felt like you just aren't a motivated person? My guest today would tell you that's not true! Clinical psychologist and podcast host Dr. Shawn Hondorp joins me to talk about the different types of motivation. We discuss how diet culture strips us of an important kind of motivation, the three psychological needs necessary for this holy …
 
Do you ever get stuck in "learner mode"? You listen and read and learn and know all the things, but delay taking action? I definitely get stuck there sometimes. In this episode I talk about how taking action can lead to changes in how we think about things. In particular, I am discussing actions you can take to help you be kind to your body. I refe…
 
We sure do give a lot of power to what we eat. I get it, I love all the cool things that food does for us, after all, I am a dietitian! Yet, in the grand scheme of our life how much impact do our diet patterns have on our health? In this episode I talk about the space that dietary patterns technically occupy, and then I show you how dieting and foo…
 
Join me as I contemplate the concept of intuition, and how we might broaden our intuitive eating journey into one of intuitive living. I wonder what that might look like? How do we incorporate experiences that serve us versus shame us into a model of intuitive living? I have some ideas! Take a listen and let me know what you think. Get in touch: Go…
 
Finding weight-inclusive fitness professionals is so important! Join me as I chat with Shayla, a graduate of UAB in Kinesiology, a NASM certified personal trainer, a student completing her Masters degree in Nutrition, and woking as a coach in multiple capacities! We discuss her history and how she came to the conclusion that when it comes right dow…
 
Going off to college brings a ton of life changes; and our body is a great buffer and protector. In this episode we chat about body development and changes that may occur during that first year away from home. Developing life skills related to sleeping, eating, stress, and activity are all part of the huge learning curve. Join me as I discuss each …
 
How many times has a tough emotion led you directly into the open arms of a new diet? Listen in as I discuss this very natural reaction to being upset, and some ways for us to work on changing that reaction. I share few gentle reminders for why your body is not a problem to be solved and how a new diet pushes you further into frustration and despai…
 
Put your new Lenten diet on pause for a sec and listen in while I discuss some alternatives that may be MORE in alignment with your spiritual objectives! We are discussing practices, thoughts, foods, etc., that you can add to your life, as well as some ways to frame your experience if you do choose to give up a food. I even have a special guest, my…
 
What is it about the first of the month, or Mondays, or the first of the year that give us that spark or the feeling of a reset? And how do we capitalize on it? My Mom (and retired psychotherapist) has joined me again to talk about what new beginnings and "firsts" do for us, and ways that we can train our brains for positive outcomes. For more insp…
 
Do you ever reflect on the first diet you ever went on and get curious about the circumstances around it? Join me as I chat with Lorilee Rager, CEO of Thrive Creative Group and host of the Ground and Gratitude Podcast! She shares the poignant story of her Dad’s massive heart attack when she was just 13 years old, and the lasting impact it had on he…
 
How do you know if you are getting enough nourishment? Is it a calorie level, or a certain ratio of macronutrients, or eating until you think you have had enough? Join me as I talk more about this and give you some food for thought on the subject. I sure would like to hear your thoughts and questions on this topic! Head on over to the private faceb…
 
What do you say when friends are sharing their diets on social media? Courtney is joining me again to chat about what form those posts tend to take, what the dieter is hoping to gain (accountability, praise, support?), and the fall out for all of us. Want to chat? Book a call for a free consult here. Would you like more direction on making peace wi…
 
Have you ever considered that your overall lack of food intake could be sabotaging your attempts at choosing the apple over the cupcake (not that there's anything wrong with the cupcake!)? Listen in as I talk about common scenarios that can be traced back to not getting enough food to eat. You are not inherently wired to only want sugar, but it can…
 
When life feels oppressively hard, let's find some ways to calm the inner turmoil. It can be tempting to try to wrangle control by dieting, and to blame our struggles on our body and mind. Things are hard. It's not your fault. Tune in for some self-care tips plus fun and beneficial ways to incorporate food and movement ideas. Upcoming programs: 3-d…
 
Listen in as my friend Courtney and I break down the slew of diet, body, and food fad talk at her recent family gatherings! We toss around a few observations and questions. Is this talk okay? Is it worse than it used to be, or are we shining a light on how inappropriate it all is, and now it feels pervasive? When did society decide it’s a weakness …
 
Have you ever thought about where you would be today if you had been content with your body as a teenager? This is a question one of my clients brought up recently and a topic I think about often. Join me as we discuss some thoughts on this and how we can swerve away from the body ideals that lead to eating disorders, weight gain and trauma. Upcomi…
 
Let's not start this year off deciding how we are not good enough. Instead let's reflect on and honor who we are. We can still set goals, but how about we come at it from a place of respect versus shame. Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I prompt you to consider your assets! I'll also give you a big list of 2022 words that you can use to spur you…
 
Are you ready for a positive, empowering, and healing challenge for 2022? Listen in as I walk you through the Ditch the Diet Pledge. I share with you how each aspect will meet you where you are and prepare your mind for an impactful shift. Our whole world is on the struggle bus as we continue to traverse a new normal. Our mental health is collectiv…
 
Are you needing a bit of a "pick me up", or maybe some reassurances when it comes to what you are eating and the thoughts surrounding those choices? Tune in to this episode! Marie-Pier talks about how diet-culture affects us on three levels (food, mind, and body). Then she walks us through what the healing process looks like within each of those pi…
 
We sure do give a lot of power to what we eat. I get it, I love all the cool things that food does for us, after all, I am a dietitian! Yet, in the grand scheme of our life how much impact do our diet patterns have on our health? In this episode I talk about the space that dietary patterns technically occupy, and then I show you how dieting and foo…
 
Thanksgiving was last week and you may have some feelings. Join me as I chat with certified eating disorder dietitian Erica Drewry about common scenarios, and ways to move forward into the next round of holidays. We talk about what emotional eating is and is not, and new ways to think about food and eating that may just make all the difference for …
 
Thanksgiving is a holiday with such a lovely premise, yet it can certainly add stress and angst. Join me as I talk about a few strategies to help prepare your heart and mind as you head into the gatherings and meals awaiting you. With a bit of thoughtful foresight and intention you can take action that will empower you! FREE MINI COURSE: CLICK HERE…
 
Thanksgiving in the US is in a week and you may have lots of feelings about that. I am honored to have psychotherapist Michaela Whitehead join me again to discuss some of the inherent struggles she sees in her practice this time of year. We also explore some ideas and action that you can take to feel more at peace and even enjoy the holidays. Onlin…
 
Halloween candy gets so much shade thrown its way. Let's just call a truce. It's better that way, I promise. Tune in for a quick listen and hear my three favorite options for the loads of leftover halloween candy! Wanna learn more about the upcoming cohort of my online program? Check out more here: go.shamefreeeating.com/program Download my FREE mi…
 
This episode is a breath of fresh air for anyone drowning in diet culture — so all of us! Tune in as I interview Victoria Welsby (they/them), a world-leading expert on dismantling fatphobia and diet-culture, TEDx speaker, and best-selling author. They went from being homeless, abused with self-esteem that was achingly low, into the courageous fat a…
 
Is there any such thing as normal? Especially when it comes to eating? One thing is for sure and that is the fact that "normal eating" definitely encompasses a broad scope of factors! Listen in as I share Ellyn Satter's definition along with some other important components to eating and living your best life. Ready to ditch the diet, get some direc…
 
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…
 
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