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Escape Diet Prison - The Podcast with Anne-Sophie Reinhardt

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Escape Diet Prison - The Podcast with Anne-Sophie Reinhardt

Anne-Sophie Reinhardt

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Anne-Sophie Reinhardt: Body Image Coach, Emotional Eating Coach, Self-Love Coach

Latest Episodes

7 Steps to Honor Your Need to Cocoon

EThere are times in life - in ALL lives, I'd guess - where we have this deep inner call for rest, quiet and cozy warmness. This need may arise (seemingly) out of nowhere, it may be the result of working too hard for too long, it may be the culmination of an emotionally tumultuous time or it can be the last phase of a particularly thorough Breakthrough. The latter happened to me. Earlier this year, I was working on some pretty deep trauma that had been stored in my body for decades. Together with my brilliant coach, we slowly and then quickly transformed this trauma into an energy of love in order to let it go. It was a deep and life-altering process, but it also left me exhausted, void and emotionally vulnerable. So, I heard myself whisper that it was time to cocoon. First, it was just a tucking on my heart and a weariness of connection that made me realize that something was "off". Then, it got pretty clear that I needed to stop and take a close look at what my heart and body were telling me. Rest, take a step back from all of your projects, say No, don't feel guilty, stay warm, retreat, go offline, connect, put the book down, just BE - my UM was telling me. I listened, as uncomfortable as it felt, I listened as my UM has my best interested at heart. Always. In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I give you a glimpse behind the scenes of what cocooning looked like for me. I also share my 7 most helpful tips to make your time of reflection and re-centering as smooth and nurturing as possible - just in case you're going through a cocooning phase too (which at one point, you probably will ;). Here are 7 Steps to Honor Your Need to Cocoon Create awareness around the reason behind your desire to cocoon: is it self-destructive or self-affirming? Put the boxing gloves down and lean in instead. There's no point in fighting this need to simplify and live in white space anyway. Let go of the timeline in your head. Rewiring your neurology - and yes cocooning is a part of that - takes time and we're all on an individual timeline in this life. Why pressure yourself in being "done" by a certain time when you have no idea how long it'll actually take to recenter and come fully back home into your body? You have the right to say NO - without explanation! Yes, you're allowed to say no to playdates for your son, no to coffee invites, no to best friends and partners. You are allowed to listen to your needs and say no, no explanation or excuse needed. Beware of the guilt. Of course, if you're anything like me, the rush of guilt comes flooding over you the moment you said No to anything or anyone; doesn't even matter how big or small a thing it was. This is where our thought inquiry tools come in super handy: Use The Work by Byron Katie or ACT or - my favorite - the Mind-Body tools that I use with my clients. Get support. Cocooning can be a stressful and heartbreaking time and you do not have to go through it alone. If you feel the desire to reach out to receive support, do it. Do not hesitate. I worked with my coach throughout my time of cocooning and words cannot express how deep we were able to go together.Having that kind of support is priceless. Keep checking in with yourself and your Unconscious Mind: is it time to come back out? Is this still what you need or has it evolved into an alternate desire? Be real with yourself and once you're ready, slowly, carefully poke your head back out into the more active part of life. *** As always, I’m here to support you in letting go of suffering and building the life you have always wanted to life: a life without body-shame, without obsessing about every calorie you put into your body, a life of joy, freedom and bold magnificence.

27 MIN6 d ago
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7 Steps to Honor Your Need to Cocoon

“Bloating is something your body does FOR you” with Colleen Reichmann

EIn this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Colleen Reichmann. Colleen is a licensed clinical psychologist in Philadelphia, PA. She specializes in eating disorders and body image issues. She has also done a lot of work with folks struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and self-injury. She works with high school and college-aged students (but loves working with people across the age spectrum). She was trained to utilize person-focused therapy. She also implements dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and family-based treatment with adolescents when appropriate. Colleen is not a smile and nod therapist. Clients have described her as interactive, genuine, radically authentic and real. We talk about: why she chose the name Wildflower Therapy for her practiceher experience with food and dieting in college why she chose to become a clinical psychologist and what touches her most when working with clientsher belief system arou...

54 MIN2 w ago
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“Bloating is something your body does FOR you” with Colleen Reichmann

“Intuitive Eating is NOT about Dieting or Weight Loss” with Evelyn Tribole

EIn this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am excited to be joined by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD. Evelyn is an award-winning registered dietitian, with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, California. She has written nine books including the bestsellers Healthy Homestyle Cooking and Intuitive Eating (co-author). Her newest book is the Intuitive Eating Workbook: Ten Principles for Nourishing a Healthy Relationship with Food. Evelyn was the nutrition expert for Good Morning America, appearing from 1994-’95 and was a national spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association for 6 years. She was contributing editor for Shape magazine where her monthly column, Recipe Makeovers, appeared for 11 years. She is often sought by the media for her nutritional expertise and has appeared on hundreds of interviews, including: CNN, Today Show, MSNBC, Fox News, USA Today, Wall St. Journal and People magazine. As a speaker, Evelyn is passionate and has been called, “Wonderfully...

52 MINOCT 16
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“Intuitive Eating is NOT about Dieting or Weight Loss” with Evelyn Tribole

[REPLAY] What is Normal Eating?

EWhen you are finally ready to stop dieting,bingeing, restricting, overeating, freaking out, crying, shaming, you create the space for normal eating to occur. But what does itmeanto eat normally? How do you feel when you eat normally? Do you still think about food all the time? Do you stillwatchwhat you eat? How do fruits and veggies fit into normal eating? What about chocolate and dessert? Do you still care about food or is food just a thing you do because you have to survive? Many questions, I got answers. In this episode ofEscape Diet Prison, I dive into the concept ofnormal eating, while touching on methods like Intuitive Eating,Mindful Eatingand completeFreedom in Eating. You’ll also hear from four members of theEscape Diet Prison Communitywho share their thoughts and feelings about normal eating and how they’ve incorporated it into their lives. Enjoy this episode! Love and light, Anne-Sophie When you journal, magic ensues. You begin to hear yourself, feel yourself and trust y...

37 MINSEP 27
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[REPLAY] What is Normal Eating?

{Replay} What if you didn’t weigh yourself?

EWhat if you didn't weigh yourself? How would you feel?How would you live your life?How would you determine your worthiness and the level of your happiness?What would you DO in the morning after waking up? Wegive scales soooo much power and influence over every aspect of our being.Depending on what the scale says, we can either have the best day of our life or feel miserable. We attach everything to thedarn number that either says: "you're worthy, you're strong, go YOU" or "you're the biggest failure on the face of this planet, go hide and be ashamed of yourself"... It's crazy and yet so many of us do it, every day, allowing this thing to hold us back in all areas. We all know now that the number you see on the scaleandyour health do not correlate - so why are you still owning one? What do you have to lose by not stepping on it anymore? What is holding you back from smashing your scale and taking back control of your mornings, days, emotions and your life? That's what we explore in t...

54 MINSEP 20
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{Replay} What if you didn’t weigh yourself?

“Your body tries to talk to you – are you listening?” with Rebecca Scritchfield

EIn this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined by Rebecca Scritchfield. Rebecca is a well-being coach, registered dietitian nutritionist, ACSM certified exercise physiologist, and author of the book, Body Kindness: Transform your health from the inside out and never say diet again, whichPublisher’s Weeklycalls “a rousing guide to better health” and The New York Times Book Review calls “simple and true”. Through her weight-inclusive Body Kindness counseling practice, she helps people reject diets and body shame to create a better life with workable, interesting self-care goals. She has influenced millions through her writing, podcast, workshops, and appearances in over 100 media outlets. She lives in Washington, D.C., where she was recognized as one of ten “Supermom” entrepreneurs in the Nation’s Capital. In this episode we discuss: Anxiety and how it can show up in your life What happens when the helper needs help? The importance of boundaries Being over chro...

40 MINAUG 22
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“Your body tries to talk to you – are you listening?” with Rebecca Scritchfield

Finding Pleasure in Eating, Body Hierarchies & Grieving the Thin Ideal with Kristina Bruce

In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined by Kristina Bruce. As a Certified Integrative Life coach and Body Trust Provider, Kristina specializes in helping people break free from diet cycling and negative body image. Calling upon her education in health studies, sociology, yoga, meditation, and The Work of Byron Katie, Kristina works one-on-one with people to help them develop a positive relationship with their bodies so they can live empowering and fulfilled lives, in the bodies that they have. We talk about: Diet Culture and the hype and fear around what foods are "good" or "bad" foods Turning into a "health nut" as a guise to manage your weight How to find pleasure in eating again Why food shouldn't be a source of stress. Ever. Why your weight doesn't say anything about your value or worth as a person Picking your challenges when it comes to confronting the beauty ideal Kristina's breaking point Micromanaging your food intake and exercise so much that any str...

72 MINAUG 16
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Finding Pleasure in Eating, Body Hierarchies & Grieving the Thin Ideal with Kristina Bruce

HAES, Ed Recovery and Weight Stigma with Ashley Seruya

In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined byAshley M. Seruya. Ashley is a virtual assistant, social work intern, and content creator specializing in Health at Every Size, eating disorder recovery, and weight stigma. Her work can be foundon her website atashleymseruya.comandon Instagram at@cozibae. Digital prints available for purchase atashleymseruya.com/shop. We talk about: Ashley's own relationship with food and her body Her journey to becoming an advocate for HAES and fat positivity Her childhood experience with weight-based bullying How dieting created a bond with her mother How her experience at college and her struggle with a violent binge-restrict-cycle made her seek out professional help and what she learned from her time at therapy Her path to recovery and how she managed to go from understanding what the problem was to really integrating healing into her being Weight gain, weight stability and weight maintenance in recovery and beyond Healthism & why h...

84 MINAUG 7
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HAES, Ed Recovery and Weight Stigma with Ashley Seruya

{Replay} The Best Way to Deal with “Fat” Days

We all have them: the "fat" days. We wake up, we feel bleh, ugly, wich we translate into "fat". Whenyou're breaking out of diet prison, these days can destroy all your good intentions and your commitment to staying off the weight loss sites and choosing a path of sanity and wholeness. Fat days often come out of the blue and it's difficult to handle them once they're there.All you want to do is stay at home, eat ice cream and cry - because what's the point of going out in the world if you're just so darn fat, right? Well, if you've read my blogs and listened to my podcasts for a while, you know that all of this is complete BS. It's made up, it's imaginary, it's not true. A concept created by the diet industry. Here's the science behind it: Feeling thin or fat is an illusion constructed in our posterior parietal cortex—an area of the brain that integrates sensory information from different parts of the body. Unlike your sense of touch, there are no specialized receptors in your body ...

20 MINAUG 2
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{Replay} The Best Way to Deal with “Fat” Days

{REPLAY} Letting Go of Control with Christy Harrison

In this episode of Escape Diet Prison, I am joined by Christy Harrison, who I've been following for quite some time. Christy is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified intuitive eating counselor specializing in Health at Every Size. Her podcast,Food Psych, is one of my favorites as Christy talks with inspiring people about their relationships with food, eating disorder recovery stories,and roads to body positivity. Along the way, she shares her own journey from disordered eater to dietitian, and offers tools to help listeners make peace with food and their bodies. Christy is also a journalistwith more than 13 years of experience in food and nutrition media. She has written for and edited award-winning books, magazines, and websites, including Refinery29, Gourmet, Modernist Cuisine, The Food Network, and many more. When she's not coaching, writing or podcasting,Christy performs improv comedy, practices yoga, and spends as much time as possible outdoors. She lives in Brookly...

39 MINJUL 26
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{REPLAY} Letting Go of Control with Christy Harrison

Latest Episodes

7 Steps to Honor Your Need to Cocoon

EThere are times in life - in ALL lives, I'd guess - where we have this deep inner call for rest, quiet and cozy warmness. This need may arise (seemingly) out of nowhere, it may be the result of working too hard for too long, it may be the culmination of an emotionally tumultuous time or it can be the last phase of a particularly thorough Breakthrough. The latter happened to me. Earlier this year, I was working on some pretty deep trauma that had been stored in my body for decades. Together with my brilliant coach, we slowly and then quickly transformed this trauma into an energy of love in order to let it go. It was a deep and life-altering process, but it also left me exhausted, void and emotionally vulnerable. So, I heard myself whisper that it was time to cocoon. First, it was just a tucking on my heart and a weariness of connection that made me realize that something was "off". Then, it got pretty clear that I needed to stop and take a close look at what my heart and body were telling me. Rest, take a step back from all of your projects, say No, don't feel guilty, stay warm, retreat, go offline, connect, put the book down, just BE - my UM was telling me. I listened, as uncomfortable as it felt, I listened as my UM has my best interested at heart. Always. In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I give you a glimpse behind the scenes of what cocooning looked like for me. I also share my 7 most helpful tips to make your time of reflection and re-centering as smooth and nurturing as possible - just in case you're going through a cocooning phase too (which at one point, you probably will ;). Here are 7 Steps to Honor Your Need to Cocoon Create awareness around the reason behind your desire to cocoon: is it self-destructive or self-affirming? Put the boxing gloves down and lean in instead. There's no point in fighting this need to simplify and live in white space anyway. Let go of the timeline in your head. Rewiring your neurology - and yes cocooning is a part of that - takes time and we're all on an individual timeline in this life. Why pressure yourself in being "done" by a certain time when you have no idea how long it'll actually take to recenter and come fully back home into your body? You have the right to say NO - without explanation! Yes, you're allowed to say no to playdates for your son, no to coffee invites, no to best friends and partners. You are allowed to listen to your needs and say no, no explanation or excuse needed. Beware of the guilt. Of course, if you're anything like me, the rush of guilt comes flooding over you the moment you said No to anything or anyone; doesn't even matter how big or small a thing it was. This is where our thought inquiry tools come in super handy: Use The Work by Byron Katie or ACT or - my favorite - the Mind-Body tools that I use with my clients. Get support. Cocooning can be a stressful and heartbreaking time and you do not have to go through it alone. If you feel the desire to reach out to receive support, do it. Do not hesitate. I worked with my coach throughout my time of cocooning and words cannot express how deep we were able to go together.Having that kind of support is priceless. Keep checking in with yourself and your Unconscious Mind: is it time to come back out? Is this still what you need or has it evolved into an alternate desire? Be real with yourself and once you're ready, slowly, carefully poke your head back out into the more active part of life. *** As always, I’m here to support you in letting go of suffering and building the life you have always wanted to life: a life without body-shame, without obsessing about every calorie you put into your body, a life of joy, freedom and bold magnificence.

27 MIN6 d ago
Comments
7 Steps to Honor Your Need to Cocoon

“Bloating is something your body does FOR you” with Colleen Reichmann

EIn this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined by Dr. Colleen Reichmann. Colleen is a licensed clinical psychologist in Philadelphia, PA. She specializes in eating disorders and body image issues. She has also done a lot of work with folks struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and self-injury. She works with high school and college-aged students (but loves working with people across the age spectrum). She was trained to utilize person-focused therapy. She also implements dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), and family-based treatment with adolescents when appropriate. Colleen is not a smile and nod therapist. Clients have described her as interactive, genuine, radically authentic and real. We talk about: why she chose the name Wildflower Therapy for her practiceher experience with food and dieting in college why she chose to become a clinical psychologist and what touches her most when working with clientsher belief system arou...

54 MIN2 w ago
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“Bloating is something your body does FOR you” with Colleen Reichmann

“Intuitive Eating is NOT about Dieting or Weight Loss” with Evelyn Tribole

EIn this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am excited to be joined by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD. Evelyn is an award-winning registered dietitian, with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, California. She has written nine books including the bestsellers Healthy Homestyle Cooking and Intuitive Eating (co-author). Her newest book is the Intuitive Eating Workbook: Ten Principles for Nourishing a Healthy Relationship with Food. Evelyn was the nutrition expert for Good Morning America, appearing from 1994-’95 and was a national spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association for 6 years. She was contributing editor for Shape magazine where her monthly column, Recipe Makeovers, appeared for 11 years. She is often sought by the media for her nutritional expertise and has appeared on hundreds of interviews, including: CNN, Today Show, MSNBC, Fox News, USA Today, Wall St. Journal and People magazine. As a speaker, Evelyn is passionate and has been called, “Wonderfully...

52 MINOCT 16
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“Intuitive Eating is NOT about Dieting or Weight Loss” with Evelyn Tribole

[REPLAY] What is Normal Eating?

EWhen you are finally ready to stop dieting,bingeing, restricting, overeating, freaking out, crying, shaming, you create the space for normal eating to occur. But what does itmeanto eat normally? How do you feel when you eat normally? Do you still think about food all the time? Do you stillwatchwhat you eat? How do fruits and veggies fit into normal eating? What about chocolate and dessert? Do you still care about food or is food just a thing you do because you have to survive? Many questions, I got answers. In this episode ofEscape Diet Prison, I dive into the concept ofnormal eating, while touching on methods like Intuitive Eating,Mindful Eatingand completeFreedom in Eating. You’ll also hear from four members of theEscape Diet Prison Communitywho share their thoughts and feelings about normal eating and how they’ve incorporated it into their lives. Enjoy this episode! Love and light, Anne-Sophie When you journal, magic ensues. You begin to hear yourself, feel yourself and trust y...

37 MINSEP 27
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[REPLAY] What is Normal Eating?

{Replay} What if you didn’t weigh yourself?

EWhat if you didn't weigh yourself? How would you feel?How would you live your life?How would you determine your worthiness and the level of your happiness?What would you DO in the morning after waking up? Wegive scales soooo much power and influence over every aspect of our being.Depending on what the scale says, we can either have the best day of our life or feel miserable. We attach everything to thedarn number that either says: "you're worthy, you're strong, go YOU" or "you're the biggest failure on the face of this planet, go hide and be ashamed of yourself"... It's crazy and yet so many of us do it, every day, allowing this thing to hold us back in all areas. We all know now that the number you see on the scaleandyour health do not correlate - so why are you still owning one? What do you have to lose by not stepping on it anymore? What is holding you back from smashing your scale and taking back control of your mornings, days, emotions and your life? That's what we explore in t...

54 MINSEP 20
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{Replay} What if you didn’t weigh yourself?

“Your body tries to talk to you – are you listening?” with Rebecca Scritchfield

EIn this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined by Rebecca Scritchfield. Rebecca is a well-being coach, registered dietitian nutritionist, ACSM certified exercise physiologist, and author of the book, Body Kindness: Transform your health from the inside out and never say diet again, whichPublisher’s Weeklycalls “a rousing guide to better health” and The New York Times Book Review calls “simple and true”. Through her weight-inclusive Body Kindness counseling practice, she helps people reject diets and body shame to create a better life with workable, interesting self-care goals. She has influenced millions through her writing, podcast, workshops, and appearances in over 100 media outlets. She lives in Washington, D.C., where she was recognized as one of ten “Supermom” entrepreneurs in the Nation’s Capital. In this episode we discuss: Anxiety and how it can show up in your life What happens when the helper needs help? The importance of boundaries Being over chro...

40 MINAUG 22
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“Your body tries to talk to you – are you listening?” with Rebecca Scritchfield

Finding Pleasure in Eating, Body Hierarchies & Grieving the Thin Ideal with Kristina Bruce

In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined by Kristina Bruce. As a Certified Integrative Life coach and Body Trust Provider, Kristina specializes in helping people break free from diet cycling and negative body image. Calling upon her education in health studies, sociology, yoga, meditation, and The Work of Byron Katie, Kristina works one-on-one with people to help them develop a positive relationship with their bodies so they can live empowering and fulfilled lives, in the bodies that they have. We talk about: Diet Culture and the hype and fear around what foods are "good" or "bad" foods Turning into a "health nut" as a guise to manage your weight How to find pleasure in eating again Why food shouldn't be a source of stress. Ever. Why your weight doesn't say anything about your value or worth as a person Picking your challenges when it comes to confronting the beauty ideal Kristina's breaking point Micromanaging your food intake and exercise so much that any str...

72 MINAUG 16
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Finding Pleasure in Eating, Body Hierarchies & Grieving the Thin Ideal with Kristina Bruce

HAES, Ed Recovery and Weight Stigma with Ashley Seruya

In this episode of the Escape Diet Prison Podcast, I am joined byAshley M. Seruya. Ashley is a virtual assistant, social work intern, and content creator specializing in Health at Every Size, eating disorder recovery, and weight stigma. Her work can be foundon her website atashleymseruya.comandon Instagram at@cozibae. Digital prints available for purchase atashleymseruya.com/shop. We talk about: Ashley's own relationship with food and her body Her journey to becoming an advocate for HAES and fat positivity Her childhood experience with weight-based bullying How dieting created a bond with her mother How her experience at college and her struggle with a violent binge-restrict-cycle made her seek out professional help and what she learned from her time at therapy Her path to recovery and how she managed to go from understanding what the problem was to really integrating healing into her being Weight gain, weight stability and weight maintenance in recovery and beyond Healthism & why h...

84 MINAUG 7
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HAES, Ed Recovery and Weight Stigma with Ashley Seruya

{Replay} The Best Way to Deal with “Fat” Days

We all have them: the "fat" days. We wake up, we feel bleh, ugly, wich we translate into "fat". Whenyou're breaking out of diet prison, these days can destroy all your good intentions and your commitment to staying off the weight loss sites and choosing a path of sanity and wholeness. Fat days often come out of the blue and it's difficult to handle them once they're there.All you want to do is stay at home, eat ice cream and cry - because what's the point of going out in the world if you're just so darn fat, right? Well, if you've read my blogs and listened to my podcasts for a while, you know that all of this is complete BS. It's made up, it's imaginary, it's not true. A concept created by the diet industry. Here's the science behind it: Feeling thin or fat is an illusion constructed in our posterior parietal cortex—an area of the brain that integrates sensory information from different parts of the body. Unlike your sense of touch, there are no specialized receptors in your body ...

20 MINAUG 2
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{Replay} The Best Way to Deal with “Fat” Days

{REPLAY} Letting Go of Control with Christy Harrison

In this episode of Escape Diet Prison, I am joined by Christy Harrison, who I've been following for quite some time. Christy is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified intuitive eating counselor specializing in Health at Every Size. Her podcast,Food Psych, is one of my favorites as Christy talks with inspiring people about their relationships with food, eating disorder recovery stories,and roads to body positivity. Along the way, she shares her own journey from disordered eater to dietitian, and offers tools to help listeners make peace with food and their bodies. Christy is also a journalistwith more than 13 years of experience in food and nutrition media. She has written for and edited award-winning books, magazines, and websites, including Refinery29, Gourmet, Modernist Cuisine, The Food Network, and many more. When she's not coaching, writing or podcasting,Christy performs improv comedy, practices yoga, and spends as much time as possible outdoors. She lives in Brookly...

39 MINJUL 26
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{REPLAY} Letting Go of Control with Christy Harrison
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