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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 ...
 
Time to stop obsessing over food, weight, diets, scales, exercise and start getting back to the basics of eating intuitively. Welcome to the Speaking of Hungry podcast! I'm Alison Barkman, a registered dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, and host of the Speaking of Hungry podcast. On this podcast I will offer both my personal and professional insight on ditching diets, ending disordered eating and provide tips on how to navigate the intuitive eating process. I’ll answer listener ...
 
Helping women never diet again and find lasting food freedom since 2014, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Dylan Murphy hosts conversations around the topics of intuitive eating, non-diet nutrition, mindfulness, body respect, eating disorders, value-based goals, exercise and the power of mindset. Dylan provides tips on how you can let go of food rules and find lasting food freedom! The Food Freedom Podcast is rooted out of a passion for helping you create lasting health habits, never diet ag ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Come hang out with us as we talk about how we stopped chasing weight loss, started doing what felt right, and found joy in moving rather than obligation, AND how you can too! This podcast starting as another "let's get healthy together" podcast but has transformed into a "lets be great people together" podcast! Your hosts are two besties - Katie and Lauren! Katie is a registered dietitian, personal trainer, and Beachbody master trainer. Lauren is a mom of 2, podcast producer, and group fitne ...
 
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 ...
 
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Do you enjoy running? Maybe you've been thinking about signing up for your first half-marathon. If so, today's episode is for you! Today, registered dietitian & RRCA Running Coach, Serena Marie is coming on the show to break down how she blends sports nutrition with intuitive eating practices. Listen in as we both share about not only our love for …
 
I’ve wanted to have Alyssa on the podcast for a while now, and this interview with her does not disappoint! I’ve watched her put so much effort into growing her business in the past year, and I’m so excited to have her on to share exactly how she grew her group private practice. We talk a lot about doing hard things, whether that means doing someth…
 
In today's episode, Stephanie interviews Stephanie Roth-Goldberg, a psychotherapist who specializes in helping athletes heal their relationship with exercise. You’ll learn the symptoms of an unhealthy relationship with exercise, why flexibility is so important, and how to heal your own relationship with exercise. Learn more from Stephanie Roth-Gold…
 
Are you tired of apologizing for how you eat? For your body shape and size? Is this constant apologizing harming your relationship with food and your body? Listen to the newest Speaking of Hungry episode where I chat with Alissa Rumsey, a nationally-recognized registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, who is empowering women to…
 
Do you find yourself frequently overeating and maybe even binge eating? Well, as I promised you, The SociEATy Podcast will be bringing on real women like you to talk about their relationships with food and body image, and SociEATy member Catie Gregg joins us today to talk about just that - her own history with binge eating and how she has overcome …
 
What do we do when we find ourselves hating what we see when we look in the mirror? What about when we find ourselves obsessed with food and food rules our entire lives and thoughts? Well, as Ali Bonar (also known as The AvoKween) and I talk about in this episode of The SociEATy Podcast, it is important to remember that nutrition is about more than…
 
If you find yourself obsessing over your caloric intake and portions every day, then SociEATy member Regina Black is here to offer some tips on how to sever that unhealthy obsession, the first one being to stop counting the darn calories! It takes time, as it did for Regina, but Regina and I both used to be obsessed with counting our calories every…
 
In today’s episode, Dylan sits down with Meredith Renshaw, helping women break-up with dieting for good, allowing them to step into a new-found freedom with food and a restored relationship with food and body! She is a Nashville Native, and now Memphis transplant, who loves to sunny and 75 degree days, a good HBO show and spending time with her hus…
 
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…
 
When a serious medical diagnosis like cancer comes up, where does intuitive eating fit in? Amber Thomas a registered dietitian who specializes in cancer nutrition and intuitive eating, is coming on the show today to explain just that. Listen in as she dispels some major myths surrounding cancer and nutrition. Learn about how a modified and personal…
 
Alissa Rumsey joins us in this episode to do a deep dive into the experience of publishing her book, Unapologetic Eating. We talk about so many different pieces of the book writing journey, including the business aspect of her book and what it is doing for her business, and also about being inclusive and her own journey to developing her passion fo…
 
In today's episode, Emily discusses the role that media literacy plays in protecting your body image. You’ll learn how the media you consume affects your body image, how media literacy can affect your eating behaviors, and how to protect your body image from unrealistic expectations. If you’d like more support + guidance in your process of becoming…
 
Still convinced that your weight is the problem? A cancer diagnosis several years ago set Maggie out to dig deep into the research and evidence behind weight, nutrition, and health. Although she is a board-certified physician, she admits that most doctors in medical school get a tiny blip of nutrition education so she needed to do the research hers…
 
In today’s episode, Dylan sits down with Lauren Cadillac, registered dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, certified personal trainer and retired national bikini competitor. She lives in Manhattan with her fiance and their new pup Dewey and runs her own virtual private practice. Her mission is to help individuals break free of diet cultu…
 
Are you ready to cultivate a deeper sense of self-love and compassion? If so, today's episode is for you! Registered dietitian and yoga instructor Rachel Helfferich is coming on the show to explain how intuitive eating, yoga, and mindfulness can all work together to propel you forward in your self-love journey. Listen in as she chats about how Intu…
 
We’re kicking off 2021 with a special podcast series to catch up with former podcast guests and hear about how they handled the crazy ride that was the year 2020. This episode in the last in this series! I interviewed 4 dietitians who set ambitious goals for themselves, even in the midst of the pandemic, and found the courage to get uncomfortable a…
 
Today's episode is all about food waste and the "clean your plate" mentality. You’ll learn how to uncover your belief systems around food, how to combine your values of reducing food waste while practicing Intuitive Eating, and some actionable alternatives to food waste. If you’d like more support + guidance in your process of becoming a Confident …
 
This week I'm talking about postpartum nutrition. We get so much nutrition information before and during pregnancy. Then we have a baby and we're left to figure it all out on our own. Not only that, but we're also expected to bounce back to business as usual with life, work, and get our bodies back in warp speed time. Totally unrealistic! And why i…
 
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 …
 
Could tracking your cycle help you to increase your productivity and overall wellbeing? The answer is YES. And If you're interested in working with your body and your hormones, instead of against them, you're going to want to stick around for today's episode. Meet Megan Faller. Megan spent years teaching women to chart their cycles as a Certified F…
 
We’re kicking off 2021 with a special podcast series to catch up with former podcast guests and hear about how they handled the crazy ride that was the year 2020. There’s no right or wrong way to process the year that was 2020. This episode focuses on the biggest lessons that four dietitians learned throughout the year, and how these lessons are in…
 
Today we’re showing you what a dieter’s mentality looks like contrasted with a Confident Eater’s mentality, and we’re using lots of specific examples that we’ve been asked about. You’ll learn about how to get rid of food guilt, what to do when you’re craving ice cream, why you don’t need to control portion sizes, and how to deal with negative body …
 
Have you been told you need to lose weight for health reasons? Do you struggle with the idea that your weight is NOT the thing to focus on in order to improve your health? Did you know there is considerable evidence that focusing on weight and weight loss is associated with a decrease in health? I’m addressing these very issues in this episode of S…
 
In today’s episode, Dylan sits down with Blake Blakenbecler, a licensed professional counselor based in Austin, Texas. She’s practiced in Nashville, Los Angeles, and now Austin so she’s well acquainted with the struggles that bring folks to a place of seeking out therapy. Blake primarily helps men and women with anxiety, trauma, disordered eating, …
 
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…
 
What does it look like to fight for radical self-love and acceptance? Today's guest, Ellen de Werd is coming on the show to show us exactly what it looks like. She's opening up about her battle with an eating disorder and how she came out on the other side. Listen in to hear about how group fitness played such a huge role in her journey to healing.…
 
We’re kicking off 2021 with a special podcast series to catch up with former podcast guests and hear about how they handled the crazy ride that was the year 2020. This episode focuses on four dietitians who walked through different types of mental, emotional, and physical struggles in 2020. Our hope with this episode is to normalize how much we’ve …
 
Today we're talking about how to respect your fullness while still having unconditional permission to eat. Many people think those two things are in opposition to each other, but they're not! “Normal eating” - or as we like to call Confident Eating - is being able to have freedom AND flexibility with food while also being connected with your body +…
 
Does this sound familiar? You’re slowly giving yourself permission to eat more foods. You stopped weighing yourself because you know how that number can mess with your head. You can eat a few cookies if you’re craving them, or have the bag hanging out in your pantry for weeks without even thinking about them. It seems like everything is falling int…
 
How often do you tell yourself, "I'll start when I'm ready"? But then, after months of preparation, that "I'm ready" feeling never fully sets in. It's frustrating. You want to step out of your comfort zone, but this nagging feeling of not being ready keeps you stuck. Today, public speaking coach, Melissa Ruiz is coming on the show to get you unstuc…
 
We’re kicking off 2021 with a special podcast series to catch up with former podcast guests and hear about how they handled the crazy ride that was the year 2020. In this episode, we’re talking with 4 dietitians who learned to embrace the uncertainty of the past year. We discuss the importance of taking the time to reflect back on our trials, creat…
 
Tracking your food is a really hard habit to break. Whether it be calories, macros, points, grams, or something like it, this episode gives you 4 specific things to help you quit tracking your food. Remember - your job isn’t to track, it’s to listen to your body! Resources mentioned in this episode: EP 126: CALORIES IN CALORIES OUT...THERE'S MORE T…
 
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. Co…
 
Can you exercise while healing your relationship with food and your body? It depends. In this episode, I talk about how exercise plays a role when we're trying to heal from a disordered relationship with food and exercise. Healing from obsessive exercise will have its ups and downs. It's important to explore your intention behind exercise. Are you …
 
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