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Life After Diets

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Life After Diets

Sarah Dosanjh / Stefanie Michele

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Many people are waking up to the fact that diets don't work, but if we're not dieting, now what? How are we supposed to find balance around food and figure out how to eat? Join Sarah and Stef, a psychotherapist and a health coach, as they talk about all things related to disordered eating, bad body image and creating a life that's free from food and body obsession. The hosts draw on their own eating struggles and openly share the highs and lows of pursuing food freedom over weight loss.
 
Take Me Somewhere is a curation of stories from regional and rural destinations in Australia. This series of conversations are recorded live in our mobile podcast van set up in vibrant regional cities, remarkable rural towns or at an event, conference or field day. Our trusted friends share with you their favourite places to stay, eat, shop and explore. We hope these stories encourage you to take your time driving from point A to B, and stop at the little towns in between. There are so many ...
 
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It’s that time of year again! More food, more parties, more alcohol, more people to see. In this episode we talk about the many topics that come up during a season that can be tricky in a life without dieting. How the holidays “ruined” Sarah’s Paleo streak Alcohol, work parties, and eating How Sarah developed her inner alcohol threshold voice Drink…
 
Journalist, podcaster, and author Jemele Hill joins Sarah to discuss her new memoir Uphill, which details the drug abuse and sexual violence she grew up around, how sports helped her connect with others, how she once tried to reconcile decades old scars between her mother and grandmother over Thanksgiving, and the time she may or may not have poope…
 
Stef’s mom, Donna, joins us on the podcast to talk about what it was like to be a mother to a daughter with an eating disorder, and how Stef & Donna reconcile that period of time in present day. Donna’s memories of how Stef developed her EDs Stef’s experience in college and in an IOP Stef’s favorite therapist Binge eating as not serious “enough” Ho…
 
Food critic and author Jeff Gordinier tells Sarah about eating his way across the country to help create Esquire's "Best New Restaurants in America" list, his past gigs writing about music and movies, traveling the world with famed Noma chef Rene Redzepi for his book "Hungry," and the hits and misses of a Thanksgiving spread. Learn more about your …
 
**LONDON LIVE EVENT** Click here for more info and to purchase tickets Do you feel like you have good intentions for yourself but somehow end up "ruining it"? In this episode we look at why we self-sabotage, including how we might thwart our efforts at weight loss and also how the term itself might be misleading. We'll discuss: Why Stef isn’t a fan…
 
Sarah talks to the breakout star of Mindy Kaling's HBO show Sex Lives of College Girls, Amrit Kaur, about how she fell in love with drama in high school without being able to take drama classes because her parents didn't consider it a serious subject, how much she was sweating during her audition for Sex Lives, what it was like to film a naked part…
 
Depression and anxiety are common partners with binge eating, overeating, restricting, and other forms of disordered eating. What do we make of this intersection? How can we have more influence over our relationship with food if we are also dealing with these conditions? In this episode, we discuss: Definitions of depression and anxiety (and spectr…
 
Three-time Grammy winner and superstar rocker Annie Clark AKA St. Vincent joins Sarah to discuss how she broke into the music industry, why Talking Heads leader David Byrne called her mysterious even after touring with her for a year, the time she fronted Nirvana when they were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and the meaning behind her …
 
When we reject diets, there is often a period of weight gain that follows. But what if it feels like you'll just keep gaining weight and never stop? How long does this go on for? In this episode, we discuss: How long it took Stef to reach her weight set range Periods of rapid weight gain Weight gain as the body’s insurance policy Doesn’t it make se…
 
Top Chef alum and cookbook author Justin Sutherland joins Sarah to talk about recovering from a serious boat accident this summer, the release of his first cookbook, a quarter-life crisis that landed him in Costa Rica, his "shut up and dribble" moment and Biggie Smalls-inspired breakfast sandwiches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone…
 
Part Two in a two-part series about hunger and fullness: what about the fear of fullness? Last week we discussed why feeling hungry can be triggering for some people, and this week we are looking at how fullness can activate belief systems and automatic behaviors. We explore: Sarah’s experience of fullness with spaghetti bolognese Fullness and guil…
 
ESPN NBA analyst -- and noted Meme Lord -- Brian Windhorst tells #TWSS about his relationship with LeBron, drawing the kind of ire from fans usually reserved for athletes and how news aggregation inspired his most viral moment. Plus, that time he almost died. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
What is your relationship with hunger? Do you ever eat to prevent the feeling of hunger? What do you think this is about? In this episode, we talk about: Stef’s internal hunger “alarm bell” The difference between hunger and deprivation What if we have hunger AND anxiety? Eating prophylactically to avoid hunger What does hunger actually FEEL like fo…
 
Clinical psychologist, researcher and bestselling author Catherine Steiner-Adair joins Sarah to talk about raising kids in a digital world. Realistic solutions to modern problems, like how to ensure technology is a tool instead of an addiction and how to make sure kids are tech-savvy but also learning humanity, empathy and emotional intelligence. L…
 
To weigh or not to weigh? This question can interrupt many an intuitive eater's journey, so we dedicated a whole episode to the topic. We cover questions like: Do Stef & Sarah know their weights? Can weight just be data? What stories do we attach to numbers What about getting weighed at the doctors office? How to decline being weighed at the doctor…
 
Author, TV and podcast host, and travel guidebook legend Rick Steves joins Sarah to talk about how the internet has changed travel, how European cities are bouncing back from COVID restrictions, travel as a political act, the country that his opinion has most changed on over the years, the town that didn't want his attention and getting name-droppe…
 
Sarah and Stef share the lessons they learned through their recovery from disordered eating. Join our growing support community. This community is for you if you want to improve your relationship with food and become more comfortable in your own skin. Community membership includes invites to live episode recordings (online), support meetings, a pri…
 
Sarah talks to Stef Strack, founder and CEO of VOICEINSPORT and former Nike and Rag & Bone exec, about her advocacy for girls and women in sport, her work strengthening Title IX, whether misogyny or a lack of data is at the heart of undervaluing women's sports and how the end of Roe might affect women athletes. Learn more about your ad choices. Vis…
 
This episode features a guest -- not an expert -- who is still working through her relationship with food and body image and doesn't have it all figured out. We hope you find it helpful to hear from someone who might be exactly where you are, and can relate to the parts of this process that don't feel like they have answers. We discuss: Where food …
 
Sarah talks to legendary Syracuse QB Don McPherson about his book You Throw Like a Girl: The Blind Spot of Masculinity, the concept of aspirational masculinity, and the empathy and grace required to dig into tough issues and care about the problems of privileged classes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Having a disordered relationship with food can erode our sense of self-trust. Not only do we learn to trust outside voices over our own hunger, but we also can't seem to keep the promises we make to ourselves about food. In this episode, we cover a range of topics including: What is self trust How promises to “not binge today” erodes our self-trust…
 
Sarah talks to author and professor Alexandra Horowitz about her wonderful work with dogs, the concept of umwelt, why dogs are like chairs in the eyes of the law and what we should do about it, her new book The Year of the Puppy, and the one thing we should all do more often to make our dogs' lives happier. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit m…
 
Stress is a common trigger for eating, overeating, and binge eating. If you're someone who experiences increased urges to eat when you're stressed or anxious, this episode explores the following topics: What does stress look like? The stress of transitions What if stress is not something we can reduce? Challenging beliefs about how stress and copin…
 
Sarah talks to Fred Segal, the man behind @OldTakesExposed, who shares the origins of the account, how he finds the receipts for cold takes, the reaction he gets from called-out prognosticators, Greg Cote and Adrian Wojnarowski's all-time frozen takes and how the new book, "Freezing Cold Takes: NFL" offers some context for shame mitigation. Plus, a…
 
Guilt can be a huge barrier to feeling peaceful with food. What do we do with the feelings of guilt that remain around what we eat, how we eat, and how much we eat? In this episode, we discuss: Guilt, defined Two layers of cognitive belief systems Can guilt be useful? Reframing guilt as disappointment Regulating guilt in the beginning of recovery S…
 
Sarah talks to rising star Taylor Rooks about her sports-crazed family, working her first jobs in the sports industry while attending U of I, the lessons she learned at the Big Ten Network and SNY and the joy of asking questions. Plus, her unwavering belief in herself, the funniest, most surprising and most open players she's ever interviewed, slid…
 
In this episode we are talking to Brianna Campos of Body Image with Bri about the Body Grief framework. We’ll also talk about: How Bri came to focus on grief in her work around body image Dealing with: other people’s judgment; discomfort; health concerns The difference between body acceptance vs body positivity Bri’s framework for body image grief:…
 
Sarah talks to Ted Lasso actor (Coach Beard) and co-creator Brendan Hunt about the success of the show, why it's the most fulfilling job he's ever had, how the show went from a commercial bit to an international hit, and his career in comedy- which included a five year stint in Amsterdam. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoic…
 
If we overeat or find it hard to stop eating because we don't want to waste food, how can we navigate this conflict? This episode talks about: Sarah’s experimental task to throw away one bite of food What about throwing away food so you don’t eat it? What about leftovers? Kids’ lunchboxes Being a “good girl” or “good boy” by finishing what’s on you…
 
Sarah and Good Morning Football's Kyle Brandt discuss how he went from a football playing thespian at Princeton to a cast member on MTV's The Real World. Then how he went from a soap opera actor to producing Jim Rome's radio show and then back in front of the camera for the NFL Network's popular morning show. Plus, his tryout as host for the Mannin…
 
There is a significant intersection of people with eating disorders and disordered eating with T/trauma. In this episode, we identify the meaning of trauma and explore how it shows up in our body beyond intellectual awareness. We also discuss: Trauma informed vs trauma aware A little of Stef’s history Anger and eating disorder behaviors The issue o…
 
Sarah talks to acclaimed actor Nick Offerman about how much of himself ended up in his Parks and Recreation character Ron Swanson, meeting and courting his wife Megan Mullally, the concept of manliness, his woodshop filled with female workers, and his role in the new television series A League of Their Own, which is adapted from the film with new c…
 
Food logs and meal planning are hallmarks of weight loss efforts and diet culture. Is there any place for them in a non-diet approach? In this episode, we talk about: Do we like food diaries? Food structure reduces decision making Is intuitive eating about meal variety? But I don’t like meal planning because I don’t know what I’ll want to eat Sarah…
 
Sarah talks to Dr. Kate Ackerman about why there is such a dearth of research into women's sports, the new investments and initiatives to change that, why women tear their ACLs more than men, the effects of Dobbs on female athletes and competition, the potential of the Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance, and how the boat named after her won gold at…
 
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