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Health beyond dieting is possible. Food doesn't have to be complicated. Enters Intuitive Eating, Body Neutrality and Mindset. I'm Stephanie Dodier Clinical Nutritionist Emotional Eating & Intuitive Eating Expert and I'd love to teach you how to go Going Beyond The Food ! This podcast is about empowering women to live their life confidently right now through learning to trust and respect their body, transforming their relationship to food and themselves. Since 2016.
 
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Table For One
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Join Rebecca, a registered dietitian, to explore the joys and challenges of cooking for one. On Table For One, you'll join in on interviews with women who share what it's really like to feed themselves, practical nutrition and cooking tips, and you'll also explore intuitive eating and health at every size. Plus we'll share the occasional topic pertinent to single ladies.
 
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The Appetite
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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. Conversations are facilitated by Opal therapist Carter Umhau, LMHCA. Learn more about us at www.opa ...
 
The Body Image Podcast (formerly HeartSpace Podcast) is a podcast about body image and the many layers that go into making peace with our bodies. Like intuitive eating, self-compassion, mental health, self-care, body and size acceptance, rejecting diet culture, mindfulness, and more. Podcast host, Non-Diet Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Corinne Dobbas, MS, RD, talks with guests to help unpack these layers while discussing what positive body image means and loo ...
 
Welcome to the Dietitians Unplugged Podcast with Aaron Flores and Glenys Oyston. Join us as we explore the idea of health and wellness from a new perspective. Each episode we will discuss topics that we hope to help you improve your health, body image and fitness without obsessing on the scale or counting calories. We believe in Health at Every Size®, Intuitive Eating, and body positivity and we want to help you build the confidence to ditch the scale, and embrace your health without shaming ...
 
A podcast about living free from dieting and the scale. We're two friends who were tired of "weighting" for our lives to begin. So we started showing up and amazing things started happening. Join us as we talk about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, body acceptance and much more.
 
Whether you are just starting out in the field of eating disorders or a seasoned, wise clinician, everyone needs support, guidance and advice once in awhile. Welcome to dietitian seasonings and therapist reasonings, hosted by therapist Meredith Riddick and dietitian Jill Sechi, eating disorders specialists supervisors with A Collaborative Approach. This podcast is intended to support, educate, and validate clinicians in the eating disorders field; emphasizing the team approach as best practi ...
 
A podcast for women who are ready to end the battle with food guilt + body shame and cultivate peace, freedom, and confidence. Stephanie Webb, holistic nutritionist and eating psychology coach, and Emily Fonnesbeck, registered dietitian and nutrition therapist, dive into the steps to becoming a Confident Eater. We talk about food, nutrition, body image, disordered eating, and health -- all with a weight-neutral, non-diet approach. Are you struggling with how or what to eat? Are you sick of w ...
 
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 ...
 
F Your Diet for people who are tired of all the BS and crave real stories about body, food, movement and perfection. Your body and your life are not a committee decision. Let's stop passing on beauty and body expectations to the next generation. We might talk about topics related to Intuitive Eating, body positivity, joyful movement and diet culture. We might talk about weight, dieting, body image and fitness. We might also talk about cheese for 10 minutes, you never know! This is about hone ...
 
When is enough enough? If you are tired of hating your body, tired of counting calories, tired of feeling guilty for eating, tired of exercising obsessively, tired of negative self-talk, tired of living by other people’s rules? Welcome home. Welcome to the "Life. Unrestricted. Podcast." Meret Boxler is a journalist and recovering exercise addict and lifetime dieter who found that "successfully keeping her weight down for 22 years" came at a high price: her health. She is talking to inspiring ...
 
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Are you ready for a change? We’re exploring what the stages of change are and why acknowledging ambivalence is often the linchpin when it comes to transformation. In a roundtable conversation that touches on self-care, creative habits, routines, and recovery, Opal Co-Founders Dr. Lexi Giblin, PhD, CEDS and Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD sit dow ...…
 
An introduction to Season 3 of The Body Image Podcast. Learn more at CorinneDobbas.comBy Corinne Dobbas.
 
Today I chat with Joni about what it’s like for her to cook for one. Meet Joni: She’s a 29 year old who just finished a UX/UI design program, currently looking for a job (would be a great designer), loves reading, hiking, solo dance parties, and dancing with her friends like me. Joni’s Tips for Cooking for One: It’s ok to still be figuring it o ...…
 
Intuitive Eating and Hormonal Health Women love intuitive eating as a concept but often will refute it based on other advice they receive, found or read on the internet. One of the most frequent situations I encounter is with hormonal health. Women wanting to balance their hormones, perhaps heal their hormones, are being told that to achieve su ...…
 
Today I interview Ashley Conway, a former client of mine in my Quit Dieting for Good program, and the blogger behind DefeatingBusy.com. Ashley thought she had a food problem when she came to me, but was so exhausted by the thought of attempting and failing at one more diet. She knew there must be a better way, and was ready to try out intuitive ...…
 
We're chatting about self-care and why it doesn't mean what you think it means. We want you to feel good now and this episode will give you practical tips on how to stop "weighting" and take care of yourself today. We've also created a download guide for 10 Self Care Strategies Under $10. Click here to download it and be subscribed to receive f ...…
 
Today's episode is a conversation about Intuitive Eating from a Christian perspective. We’re joined by some great fellow non-diet professionals Devrie from Happily Fed, Julie from The Intuitive Trainer, and Miki from Nutrition by Miki. All five of us are non-diet professionals and active members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint ...…
 
Aaron and Glenys welcome their friend Lauren Anton, MS, RD, CEDRD-S, CPT to talk about all things exercise! Our relationship to movement and our bodies can be complicated by eating disorders or a lifetime of dieting. While some people experience life-interrupting exercise dependence, others might be feeling a complete avoidance to movement, eve ...…
 
Meredith and Jill review how to treat clients that struggle with Orthorexia vs traditional "anorexia." Often these clients are more concerned about the health aspects of food (causing a low intake of food and reduction in body weight) and their body composition (fat vs muscle) and may be less concerned about how much they weigh. What does the p ...…
 
Show Notes: Today, on the Table for One podcast, Rebecca explores the question of what do I do if I get lonely eating solo. Many people cook for one, and by default eat alone. Eating many meals by yourself can feel lonely, but it doesn't have to. Rebecca shares three tips to help you feel less alone when cooking and eating alone. She talks abou ...…
 
How are bodies political? The vibrant dietitian and podcast host Aaron Flores, RDN (of Dietitians Unplugged) joins Opal’s Nutrition Director Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD and host Carter Umhau, LMHC to share his feminist perspective on the politics of being in a fat body. Aaron talks about how being fat (as a cis, white man) has given him acce ...…
 
Health Beyond Diet and Weight Loss For many of us in this community, our first encounter with dieting wasn’t a concern with health. Similarly, for me and all the women I work with inside of my programs, their first diet was strictly focused on being in a smaller body. That is to say, we dieted for aesthetic reasons, not health. As women, we do ...…
 
This episode is different from the rest - you get to listen in on a real life health coaching call with a member of my Intuitive Foodies Facebook Community, Katrina! Katrina has tried all the diets, and has recently been trying the Keto diet with some of her friends. But she is a mom of two, a wife, and a full-time teacher and is too tired to d ...…
 
We are so pumped to have THE Molly Bahr, LMHC on the podcast this week. You may know her as @mollybcounseling. We talk about her transition from a more traditional approach to weight and health to a Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating paradigm. We also break down weight stigma, thin privilege and why she thinks you should stop WEIGHTING. ...…
 
Today we want to give you some strategies for being more successful at listening to your body. We often hear from people that they know it’s a good idea to listen to your body, but they have no idea how to actually start doing it. It’s not complicated at all, and in this episode we want to give you some ways you can get started with listening t ...…
 
Meredith and Jill review various concepts of starting and running groups. Groups in the eating disorders field are typically support groups, process groups or educational groups. Groups can be all three concepts as well. Reviewing how groups are formed, expectations, benefits, and difficulties are all reviewed. Groups are a powerful way to prov ...…
 
Aaron and Glenys welcome Laura Westmoreland, LMFT to the show to help talk about about challenging our perfectionist tendencies, especially when it comes to eating. Many of us come to this work with a strong drive to get it "right", to get a gold star and become the perfect intuitive eater. Laura helps us unpack this belief and learn to truly e ...…
 
Today I chat with Rose about what it’s like for her to cook for one. Meet Rose: She’s 33, lives in Moorehead, Minnesota, works as a grant writer for about 40 hours/week. She has a couple hobbies such as working as a pole dance instructor, she likes to knit and loves the show Lucifer. Rose’s Tips for Cooking for One: Get to know your neighbors j ...…
 
What is self-coaching? The word "coaching" is an identified process used to transport people from where they are to where they want to be. It's a form of development, a process of supporting someone towards a goal. Self-coaching is when we become our own coach. We know what’s best for us. That’s the innate wisdom we all have. The same wisdom th ...…
 
Welcome back! This is the final episode in our Intuitive Eating 101 series, and it is last for reason! Gentle nutrition is amazing, but it can also be turned into a "diet" pretty quickly if you aren't in the right place. That's why I encourage you to consider releasing restrictionsand practicing some body loveand self careFIRST. Most of my clie ...…
 
What does it take to heal? Obviously there’s a lot to it, but we’d dare to say that COURAGE (in all its forms) is at the heart of it all. Opal Co-Founder and Executive Director Dr. Lexi Giblin PhD, CEDS joins host and therapist Carter Umhau, LMHC to explore the many types of courage and their roles within eating disorder recovery. Lexi and Cart ...…
 
We're back! In our latest episode, we are unpacking and explaining why Health At Every Size (HAES) is so important to Intuitive Eating and finding a peaceful relationship with your body. Join us as we break down each principle and give you real-life examples. We also talk about what HAES has meant to us and how it can help you find your best he ...…
 
We’re excited to share an interview we did with one of our Eat Confident Collective members. Jenn talks about her history with food and body struggles, how her relationship with exercise has changed, how her personal struggles affected her marriage, and where she is now after several months of work on her relationship with food and her body. Je ...…
 
Meredith and Jill spend a little time expressing gratitude for the comments, support and reaching distances far, far away! Thank you for listening! Thank you for your support! Also Meredith and Jill will be in Denver Colorado for Eating Recovery Centers Annual Conference. We hope to see you there!By A Collaborative Approach.
 
Do you trust your body’s appetite cues? It’s all about internal regulation on the last of this four-part series inspired by Ellyn Satter’s “Eating Competency Skills” and we’re talking body wisdom. Opal Co-Founder and Nutrition Director Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD talks with host and therapist Carter Umhau, LMHC about the wisdom your body hol ...…
 
Show Notes: Today, on the Table for One podcast, Rebecca explores the question of is it worth it to get an Instant Pot. Instant Pots are so popular, many people who cook for families find them super helpful, but is it really worth it if you're cooking for one? Rebecca shares what she looks for when buying cooking equipment, what she likes about ...…
 
On today's episode, we'll talk about 'She's Beyond the Food Chapter 6-My Journey 2.0' From Shame to Fame. That was the title of episode 101 of The Beyond The Food Show Podcast in which I shared my in-depth personal story for the first time. I asked one of my friends Sean Croxton to interview me. I gave him carte blanche... the result was amazin ...…
 
Welcome to the third installment of Intuitive Eating 101! This whole month is dedicated to the basics of Intuitive Eating, and we're diving deep into self-care this week. If you missed the first two podcasts in this series, I'd encourage you to check out Letting go of Restrictions and Body Love while you're here. Also -- if you're sick of takin ...…
 
We have the privilege of working with some amazing women in our group coaching program, Eat Confident Collective. In today's episode, we're sharing a piece of a past coaching call here on the podcast to give you a taste for what our coaching calls are like...and to learn from the questions asked in this call. In this call, we talked about surfi ...…
 
Meredith and Jill tackle the importance of the initial assessment or intake with a client. Properly conceptualizing your client is vital for treatment planning, providing evidenced based care and building your confidence as a clinician. Meredith and Jill discuss what case conceptualizing your client will typically look like as a therapist and a ...…
 
Meet Bailey: She is in her 20s, currently lives in Salt Lake City, UT, works in politics. She usually works about 40 hours a week and loves s.… She grew up watching her parents and her grandmothers cooking. She inherited many recipes and cooking techniques from them all. Bailey’s Tips for Cooking for One: Learn new tips & tricks from watching c ...…
 
On today's episode, we'll talk about cyclical living If our body is wise enough to know what to eat, when to eat and how to eat... what else can it do for us? What else can we learn from our womanly body? According to a study from the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics, fluctuations of hormones over the monthly menstrual cycle play a crucial ...…
 
First things first -- if you haven't listened to Episode #45yet, start there! This week we're talking all about body love. Often we get into the whole dieting mess as result of wanting to change our bodies. We start to believe our bodies are somehow inadequate or "wrong". In intuitive eating, we move away from these harmful ways of thinking. On ...…
 
If you struggle with food, one of the worst things you can hear is more nutrition advice. The truth is, you don’t need more nutrition knowledge to be a confident eater or to eat well. In this episode, we'll teach you how to care about what you eat without really caring at all...Otherwise known as finding the middle ground. Grab your seat at for ...…
 
What habits and routines can support healthy eating? This third of our four-part series on Ellyn Satter’s eating competency skills, offers a look into how to build a healthy context and environment to support your food choices. Opal Co-Founder and Nutrition Director Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD talks with host and therapist Carter Umhau, LMHC ...…
 
Aaron and Glenys welcome Lisa DuBreuil, LICSW to the podcast to discuss how she works with people who are considering weight loss surgery, or who have already had it. She talks about what the medical community isn't doing well when preparing people for bariatric surgery, the possible long-term consequences, and how the HAES® principles can help ...…
 
Meredith and Jill discuss when treating clients with eating disorders it is easy to start colluding with the eating disorder. Through compassion we are able to connect with a client and express concern but we have to make sure that we are still able to "push" or "hold accountable" the client during the eating disorder process. How do we not "al ...…
 
What is a healthy attitude around food and eating habits? This second of a four-part series on Ellyn Satter’s eating competency skills, continues to define healthy eating through the question of how to eat, rather than what to eat. Opal Co-Founder and Nutrition Director Julie Church, RDN, CEDRD-S, CD talks with host and therapist Carter Umhau, ...…
 
Show Notes: Today, on the Table for One podcast, Rebecca explores the expectations we place on ourselves to cook and how to manage those in our busy single lives. Below every intention or goal are a number of expectations, barriers, past experiences and other factors that affect our ability to make new habits. We address why these expectations ...…
 
On today's episode, we'll talk about the BE DO HAVE formula for success That you want to change your health habits, stop overeating or make peace with your body, HOW you go about the process of transformation will determine your success. The process that most of us have been thought to apply when wanting to create something new in our life has ...…
 
Welcome back! This month I'm launching a series called Intuitive Eating 101 - we'll be covering the process of letting go of food restrictions, being confident in your body, fully caring for yourself, and finding the right foods for your body. First up: let's dive in to letting go of food restrictions. This means you have to let go of dieting. ...…
 
In this episode, we validate why food rules, meal plans, and diet programs feel so compelling. We help you recognize what sacrifices you had to make for the sake of dieting, and tell you how you can create the predictability + structure you want... without dieting, food rules, or restriction. Sign up for our free online workshop, Cultivate Conf ...…
 
Meredith and Jill discuss the supervision process for the certified eating disorders specialist designation (CEDS or CEDRD). Meredith describes supervision for the therapist which is required for one to obtain a LPC or LCSW. Jill discusses how the supervision process is new and unfamiliar for a dietitian as they are not required to go through s ...…
 
On today's episode, we'll talk about the perfectionist paradigm shift Do you struggle in creating new long-lasting habits in your life? Particularly around food and health? Maybe it’s exercise: you pay your new subscription to the gym with excitement and enthusiasm and plan to go 5 days a week before work. Yet 6 weeks later, you’re not going to ...…
 
Today we're talking with our community manager, Ann Myer, about how her food + body confidence has developed over the last while as she's worked at this process. Ann speaks of the importance of a supportive community and how that's made a huge difference in her progress toward confidence. The doors to the Collective will open again in September ...…
 
What do jumbo shrimp and intuitive eating meal plans have in common? They are both oxymorons! Jill reviews the basic function of meal plans in the eating recovery process and discusses when intuitive eating concepts are appropriate. Most clients need solid structure (meal plans) when they discharge from a higher level of care, usually for 6 mon ...…
 
Choosing to work in the eating disorders field, you are choosing to work with often complex clients with various struggles outside of just an eating disorder. When is the best time to narrow down who you decide to see in either your private practice or even perhaps in a higher level of care? If you are new to the field and become narrow to quic ...…
 
Today I chat with Meredith about what it’s like for her to cook for one. Meet Meredith: She currently lives in Salt Lake City, UT working in the beauty industry. She usually works about 40-50 hours a week and loves spending time xxx. Her eating habits have changed a lot since she was a kid as she’s learned how to manage stomach issues and cooki ...…
 
Do you know how to eat in a healthy way? Most answers to the question of healthy eating actually have more to do with what foods you should be eating, rather than the HOW; Ellyn Satter digs into this, offering adults scaffolding for the how behind building a healthy relationship to food (both for one’s self and for those adults that are parents ...…
 
On today's episode, we'll talk about stepping beyond the struggle In a way, this podcast is not just a message to those of you who are struggling, but it’s also a message to my former self. It’s the advice I wish someone shared with me when I was struggling. It’s the advice I wish I had when I went through so many dark times. My struggle was my ...…
 
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