Why You Should Stop Commenting on Other People’s Weight

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This episode is supported by Plan to Eat. Plan to Eat helps make meal planning and grocery shopping easy. You can add recipes from anywhere, drag and drop them into your planner, and then print your grocery list or view it from your phone. You can also share your recipes and menus with friends and other users on the Plan to Eat network. To get started, click here. This episode is for all the well-meaning and concerned trolls folks who feel compelled to speak about other people's bodies, most specifically, fat bodies. Do a Health Coach a favor and STOP IT. Mentioned in this episode: Heart disease in runners Weight bias and discrimination in healthcare Seeing Aretha Franklin Sing for the Last Time What's Next? There's more to being healthy than diet and exercise. If you want to learn how to feel good in your body without dieting and deprivation, join Honeybee Wellness Club and get access to my wellness library, coaching calls, workshops, and more. Green Smoothies, Chocolate, and Bacon is for education and information purposes, and is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed healthcare professional. Please exercise personal wisdom and discretion before making any changes to your diet or lifestyle, especially if you are living with an illness or disease, are pregnant, elderly, or have health concerns that require the constant attention and care of a healthcare professional. Melissa Danielle is an Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and host of Green Smoothies, Chocolate, and Bacon, the podcast that challenges listeners to ditch dieting and detoxes in favor of loving food and our bodies at any size. A graduate of Institute for Integrative Nutrition, Melissa offers health coaching and workshops online and in person via her wellness club.

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