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Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Rachel Goodman, helps women ditch the diet, heal their relationship with food, foster a positive body image, and nourish the body with trust, joy, and confidence. Listen to the More Than What You Eat podcast for tangible tips, advice, and support as Rachel interviews experts in the Intuitive Eating, Body Image, and Wellness space on how to take the stress out of healthy eating and live your healthiest, happiest, and fullest life. Follow on IG: instagram.com ...
 
This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
 
Clean eating. Low carb. Low fat. Do this not that. Now what? Eating is getting too stuffy and complicated. Throw open your windows to allow a new stream of health, wellness, and peace. What if you could write a letter to food? Pen to paper, you hash out the love/hate relationship and food’s undeserving power. Details go back years, to your first childhood diet trying to fit in. How you relate to food chronicles many of your life’s ups and downs. In this letter, you examine your dusty food be ...
 
My original intention of this podcast was to come on and teach you all about Intuitive Eating. As the months have past and I have published many episodes, I realized I am here to fulfill more then my mission of just spreading the Intuitive Eating Information. Intuitive Eating has changed my life personally and professionally. I share both of those world's here on this podcast. I let you enter my world of self growth. We are all on a journey, we are all on a path and we are all learning as we ...
 
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A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDuffyDillon.com. Welcome to the season six premiere of the Find Your Food Voice podcast! We are officially inviting you to the anti-diet conversation because YOU have a voice that is crucial to ending diet culture. Join Julie Duffy Dillon as she walks you through what "food voice" means and what cha…
 
Welcome to another episode of Understanding Disordered Eating. I am so excited for this session because with me is Courtney Dowdell. Courtney is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Certified Eating Disorder Creative Arts Therapist in Midtown, Manhattan, concentrating on depression, anxiety, trauma, disordered eating, and body image challenges. S…
 
Do you want to heal your relationship with food and body image but feel like you can't let go of your desire to lose weight, too? In this solo episode, Rachel discusses why it is OKAY to desire weight loss and why that it does not immediately conflict with healing your body image in your current body size. In fact, acknowledging our desires related…
 
Welcome to another episode of Understanding Disordered Eating. In this episode, we’re talking to Courtney Vickery. Courtney is a licensed dietitian, part-time Nutritional Science instructor at The University of Georgia, and a certified intuitive eating counselor. She is also the founder and owner of Vickery Wellness, where its primary goal is to he…
 
Learn more about intuitive eating, the purpose of my podcast, and why and how I am here today! I love showing different angles of the Intuitive Eating process but it is important to actually explain what Intuitive Eating is and how it came to be. For my podcast listeners - this is around my 80th episode! Why did I start this podcast? How did this c…
 
Jeffrey DeSarbo, D.O. is a physician, psychiatrist and Medical Director of ED-180 Eating Disorder Treatment Programs in Garden City, N.Y., one of the largest private treatment centers in the country. His personal practice manages about 400 patients with eating disorders and related conditions. Dr. DeSarbo is an IAEDP certified supervisor overseeing…
 
In today's episode, I spoke with Rachel Buxbaum about trauma and body relationships. We had a really interesting conversation about the intersection between the two. Although, I work strictly as a dietitian and not as a therapist, I always say, you can't take the therapeutic component out of the relationship with one's body. Peoples relationship wi…
 
I’m switching things up and am addressing intuitive eating from the perspective of professionals. In this solo episode, I am talking about how to effectively help your client heal the relationship with food in a 6-step approach you can apply with your own clients by using the Food Freedom Coaching Method Funnel. In this episode, we cover: [2:07] Tr…
 
Welcome to another episode of Understanding Disordered Eating. Today I am happy to welcome Jennifer McGurk to the show. Jennifer is the CEO of Pursuing Private Practice, which empowers dietitians to integrate nutrition counseling skills and business education. She is also the owner of Eat With Knowledge, a group private practice in New York. On top…
 
In today's episode of Get INTUIT with Gila, I interviewed Gelly Asovksi of Parenting with Gelly. We had a really interesting conversation about so many different things. Gelly has so many years of such vast experience working in the mental health field. She also had a crazy near death experience last year while battling Covid. This experience shook…
 
We are getting close to 2022, and you know what that means. Diet culture is on full blast! As New Year’s inches closer it seems that everyone and their mother is focused on changing their eating habits and their bodies after the holidays “damage”. The New Year presents the opportunity for people to jump on the diet bandwagon with the belief that th…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. I am so grateful that you are here with me as together, we welcome another year. Today we will be retrospecting as we look back to our journey towards food freedom in the course of 2021 . I will also walk you through what to consider putting in your new year’s resolution, sh…
 
*Trigger Warning - if you are actively struggling with an eating disorder, this may be something to discuss with your treatment team before listening to this episode. This episode is not to be used for diagnostic purposes or in place of any form of therapy. Hi Guys and thank you for tuning into another episode of Get IN-TU-IT with Gila. Today, I in…
 
In this episode, I am talking to past client Laura, who shares her experiences with dieting as a young girl and ultimately her journey towards intuitive eating. During our discussion, Laura shares how she entered the dieting world at a young age. She explains why she felt the need to diet, how the belief of “thin = health” was reinforced and led he…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. In this segment, I happened to speak with Sumner Brooks, a registered dietitian (RDN), mom, and eating disorder specialist who spent 15 years working in nutrition. Her involvement includes providing nutrition therapy for adolescents and adults, public speaking, and pursuing …
 
You have come to a very special episode with Alyssa Goldwater! We covered so many things from so many different angles. Alyssa's story of becoming religious was fascinating to hear! On top of that, she used to work for NCSY and ended up becoming a lifestyle/real Mom influencer on social media. One of the things that has always stood out to me about…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today we are joined with Rachel Goodman, a registered dietitian, nutritionist, entrepreneur, public speaker, and a full-time mom. Who aims to empower women by helping them to stop their binge eating habits, diet restrictions and have a guilt/stress-free relationship with foo…
 
Hi Guys! It's been a few weeks since I put out an episode and just wanted to come on here and share some thoughts! One of my favorite books is called Feel the Fear and Do it Anyways - written by Susan Jeffers - http://www.susanjeffers.com/home/detailtemplate.cfm?catID=2234 I needed to be re inspired. I needed to remember why I do what I do here. On…
 
I know that this time of year can be so triggering to so many people with how they feel about their bodies. When it comes to the holiday season, the foods, the people, the advertisements, and the diet culture marketing can be overwhelming and make you feel bad about yourself (and it’s totally understandable). If this is you and you're feeling kind …
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today I teamed up with Catherine Silver, a licensed clinical social worker in private practice who specializes in depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and body image concerns. She was also the previous Senior Team Leader at one of the nation's leading eating disorder treat…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today, I have the honor to speak with the OG Intuitive Eating Author, Elyse Resch. Elyse is a nutrition therapist in private practice in Beverly Hills, California, with thirty-nine years of experience, specializing in eating disorders, Intuitive Eating, and Health at Every S…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today, we will be sitting down with Dr. Mark Kirshenbaum who is a board certified pediatrician based in Brooklyn, New York with over 10 years of experience. He graduated from Tourocom, which is Touro colleges medical school, and sees all types of pediatric pathologies, which…
 
Intuitive eating may be self-explanatory to some but how can you tell the difference between intuitive eating and impulsive eating? When it comes to intuitive eating, there needs to be a connection between pausing and understanding what it means to eat in line with what your body wants, and then consider when it feels chaotic and out of touch with …
 
Richelle Tarko is the creator of Cooking not Cleaning, a food blog and brand dedicated to showcasing real life, and making food accessible to everyone. Richelle loves cooking and food photography, and is passionate about size inclusivity. She lives with her Husband and 1 year old in Teaneck, New Jersey. I really wanted to have Richelle come on the …
 
A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDillonRD.com. Six years ago, Love Food was being born. I was sweating bullets the first time I published an episode mostly because I was so scared to use my voice. But I really wanted to help you feel less alone on your Food Peace Journey so I did it anyway! Thank you for helping me to grow. In this…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today, we will be chatting with Gila Glassberg who is a registered dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, and podcast host of Get into it with Gila. Gila is very passionate about building a healthy relationship between her body and food, and today she helps other w…
 
Paige and I cover so much ground in this episode. We started off by speaking about where she lives - In Salt Lake City, Utah. I actually never met anyone that lived so that was an interesting place to start. Paige shares her story of leaving the Mormon faith and how, in many ways, that trauma can inform some of the way she practices. That, to me, i…
 
A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDillonRD.com. Are you ready to ditch diet culture and embrace recovery, but unsure of where to start? In this week's episode, we sit down with Hannah Howard to chat about finding community, picturing recovery, and nourishing your relationship to food. Subscribe and leave a review here in just second…
 
The holiday season is a time when diet culture ramp ups and can be difficult to navigate as an intuitive eater. If you aren’t sure how to handle triggering conversations around food and weight or feel nervous to set boundaries with friends and family, this episode is for you. In today’s episode, I’m talking to Kirsten Ackerman, an Anti-Diet Registe…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today we will be chatting with Linda Watts. Linda is a licensed social worker and a CASAC, which means that she works with substance abuse and alcoholism. She has been practicing for over 25 years where she specializes in eating disorders, addiction, substance abuse, and she…
 
As you will hear on this episode, Shifra has experience with so many different types of people with many different types of challenges. Some of the things we spoke about were specifically how the media affects' women and from Shifra doing her own research - she found Intuitive Eating. "There are so many other things I want to do with my body and wh…
 
A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDillonRD.com. Content warning: this episode discusses sexual assault and specific eating disorder behaviours. Please take care of yourself! Are you someone who wants to know the "why"? Why did I turn to this certain coping mechanism? Why do I feel this way? Why is food peace so hard? In this episode…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today we will be chatting with Allie Landry, the owner of Make Life Peachy. She is a non-diet dietitian, and she's the owner of her virtual private practice which is where the Make Life Peachy comes in. Her mission is to help women stop obsessing over food, become confident …
 
A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDillonRD.com. We are rebroadcasting some of our older episodes of Love Food for a few weeks while we prepare and perfect the NEW PCOS + Food Peace Course. Please enjoy! How do you navigate a fatphobic world without support? This episode’s letter writer just started college and recovering from an eat…
 
Feeling the rage of your hormones?? Understanding your body is one of the most powerful ways to care for it. Especially when great changes are happening like per-menopause. It is never too early (or late) to prepare yourself for these hormonal changes so you can feel empowered instead of defeated in this season of life. In this episode we cut throu…
 
Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today we sit down with Harriet Frew, who I met as a mutual podcaster. She is the host of the Eating Disorder Therapist podcast, and is a really experienced counselor in the UK. Besides offering individual therapy and her podcast, Harriet has online courses, trainings, and br…
 
Today's episode was really fun! Naomi Nachman is amazing and has such a fascinating life. I loved speaking with her and hearing her enthusiasm and positive energy. This episode was so much fun but it was also very inspiring for me. So many times we are held back by our lack of experience or the stories we make up in our heads. Naomi had a vision an…
 
A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDillonRD.com. We are rebroadcasting some of our older episodes of Love Food for a few weeks while we prepare and perfect the NEW PCOS + Food Peace Course. Please enjoy! I encourage you to have unconditional permission to eat what you want when you want. And it is time to acknowledge the big huge una…
 
Welcome to another episode of Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today, we will be sitting down with one of my dear friends and one of New York City's best therapists, named by New York Magazine, Jennifer Glass. Jennifer did her master's in social work for her post grad training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, and has her private practice all…
 
Today's episode with Miriam Marciano - is pretty much packed with information and insight. If you know me by now- you see that I am much more interested in speaking out a topic and fleshing it out then saying my one and only opinion. I don't really work like that and nor does this podcast. Miriam and I had so many fun, interesting things we wanted …
 
A transcript of this episode is available at JulieDillonRD.com. We are rebroadcasting some of our older episodes of Love Food for a few weeks while we prepare and perfect the NEW PCOS + Food Peace Course. Please enjoy! Let's dive into this old Love Food podcast episode and the complex experience of raising children while trying to walk the Food Pea…
 
In this episode, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian Brooke Boskovich shares with us The #1 myth about nutrition, diet and fertility The signs and symptoms of fertility issues before any diagnosis The underlying issue to many fertility issues that do not get a clear diagnosis Steps you can take before IVF How nutrition and stress impact your r…
 
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