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Let Us Eat Cake

Ali Eberhardt & Hannah Robinson

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Let Us Eat Cake

Let Us Eat Cake

Ali Eberhardt & Hannah Robinson

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Co-hosts and Registered Dietitians Ali Eberhardt and Hannah Robinson are dedicated to ditching diet culture, taking weight stigma and fat phobia head on, and cutting the bullsh*t out of "health and wellness".They know information about nutrition is endless, confusing... and convincing. It is their mission to break down this information using science and by explaining how our bodies and nutrition actually work. Each episode will answer listener questions, cut through nutrition myths and hopefully have some fun with you along the way. Sound Editing & Podcast Production: BroNik Consultinghttps://bronikconsulting.com/Creative Direction & Promotional Support: Sammi Fabbro & Allison Kiloh of A/S Creative- follow on Instagram @ascreativecoThe information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area.

Latest Episodes

the second one about coronavirus

In another special episode, Hannah and Ali continue to talk all things coronavirus. The many months of physical distancing have continued to impact the way people feel about food and their bodies, and the pressures of diet culture remain relentless. Are people with anorexia and eating disorders at higher risk for infection? Is it true that “obesity” is one of the greatest risk factors for COVID-19 hospitalizations and critical illness? As restrictions begin to be lifted in some areas how do I cope with a body that may have changed during the pandemic? And if restrictions haven’t been lifted in my area, how do I deal with the anxiety of exercising less and eating differently? What are some practical ways I can distract or occupy my time without being stuck in the extremes that come with diet culture? Hannah and Ali head to the literature to give you the most up-to-date facts, and give you practical tips to social distance from all the diet culture B.S. In the words of British Columbia Provincial Health Officer and shining star Dr Bonnie Henry, "be calm, be kind and be safe". This one's for you, Bonnie! Make sure to head over to the @eatcakepod Instagram account Monday-Friday at 3pm PST for a live support "Snack Time & Chill"- a chance for a supported snack at a physical distance, to ask your nutrition questions and have some laughs along the way. Additional Instagram accounts providing virtual support: @covid19eatingsupport @dietitiananna @bodypositive_dietitian @hgoodrichrd @encouragingdietitian @bodyimagewithbri Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

45 minJUN 11
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the second one about coronavirus

the one about coronavirus

In this special episode, Hannah and Ali talk all things coronavirus. In times of stress and uncertainty it makes sense that we look for things to control. One of the things that feels like it is in our control is how we feed and move our bodies… and even that feels threatened in light of grocery store shortages and social distancing recommendations. Hannah and Ali get together for a bonus episode to tackle the questions coming up about food, nutrition and health during this pandemic. Are there any foods that can prevent or cure COVID-19? How do I handle the stress of these food shortages, especially when I can’t go to the store often or buy what’s normally on my list? Are canned, frozen or dried foods less healthy than fresh foods? How do I manage the fear of weight gain when my exercise schedule is disrupted and I have constant access to food? If your question hasn't been answered today make sure to head over to @eatcakepod on Instagram where Hannah and Ali will be answering questions, sharing new resources, and much, much more. Please join us on our social media outlets so that even though we are keeping social distance, we know we are definitely not alone. Oh, and PLEASE don't forget to wash your hands! Additional Instagram accounts providing virtual support: @dietitiananna @bodypositive_dietitian @hgoodrichrd @encouragingdietitian @bodyimagewithbri Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

39 minMAR 20
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the one about coronavirus

the one about eating disorders

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things eating disorders. As always this episode focuses on listener questions and shining an informed light on this complex topic. What’s the difference between an eating disorder and disordered eating? What causes eating disorders? How do you support a loved one if you think they’re struggling with their eating? How do you explain your eating disorder to your family and friends? How do you face the scale or approach intuitive eating if you’ve had a history of an eating disorder? February 1-7 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. If any of the information in this episode is relevant to you, know that there is no such thing as looking like you have an eating disorder. Eating disorders do not discriminate; they are severe and far reaching, and affect people of all ages, cultures, genders, socioeconomic status and of ALL weights and shapes. Early access to support is one of the most predictive factors in finding a healthy relationship with food and your body. Unfortunately the stigma associated with this illness often prevents people from accessing the supports they need. This has to stop. Eating disorders can’t afford to wait.Hannah & Ali are here in this special final episode of season 4 to let you know that you are worthy of support, you are deserving of care, and you are not alone. If you or someone you know is struggling with your relationship with food, your body or exercise, the first step is asking someone you trust for help. Going to your GP or a trusted healthcare professional is a great place to start. Here are a few of the online resources mentioned in today’s episode: https://nedic.ca/edaw/ https://nedic.ca/find-a-provider/ http://mh.providencehealthcare.org/programs/provincial-adult-tertiary-eating-disorders-program https://jessieslegacy.com/pedaw/ https://www.lookingglassbc.com/online-peer-support/ Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

71 minFEB 6
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the one about eating disorders

the one about travel

In this week's episode Hannah & Ali are joined by dietitian Sammy Previte from Dietitians of Palm Valley to talk all things travel. Sammy is a fellow anti-diet crusader with a brilliant program focused on breaking up with diet culture and finding food freedom. The three dietitians team up to tackle your questions about navigating food and exercise before, during and after vacations. How do you manage the desire to diet and hit the gym to get bikini ready? How can you stay on track at all-inclusive resorts or when you're surrounded all day by food and drinks? What if the friends you are traveling with eat differently than you? Vacations are a time for fun, exploring new places and much deserved relaxation. This week's episode will ease your mind and help you sail away from your body pressures and diet culture. This is the only time you will be happy to have lost your baggage! Body positive accounts to follow from this week's episode: Sammy Previte at @breakdietrules Brianna Campos at @bodyimageinwithbri Evelyn Tribole at @evelyntribole Caroline Dooner at @thefuckitdiet Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

45 minJAN 30
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the one about travel

the one about women's health

In this week’s episode Hannah and Ali talk all things women’s health. The diet industry works hard to convince women of their body’s shortcomings, and Hannah and Ali are here to shine a light on some of the amazing things the female body can do. They dive into the research to answer listener questions from start to finish. The episode starts with breaking down the science behind menstrual cycles and how nutrition impacts hormone production. What’s the difference between dietary fat and body fat in supporting hormone health? Does having a history of an eating disorder impact fertility? Is there truth to the recommendation to lose weight in order to alleviate symptoms of PCOS or endometriosis? If I am a “normal” weight why don’t I have regular periods? The more we learn to appreciate the many incredible things our body does, the easier it can become to nourish, fuel, and love this miraculous machine. Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

40 minJAN 23
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the one about women's health

the one about men's health

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things men's health. Whether it’s dad bod shaming, hair loss woes, or top foods to improve your libido... men are also getting inundated with messages from diet culture. Are there foods to reverse balding, grow thicker beards or halt the aging process? Do men have greater protein needs than women? Is there any truth to the adage that men have a faster metabolism than women? Are beer guts a real thing? You asked, they answered! Tune in as Hannah & Ali use science, research and of course, humor, to talk about one of their favorite topics... MEN! Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

50 minJAN 16
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the one about men's health

the one about supplements

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things supplements. No matter the ailment or concern, diet culture seems to have a miracle elixir, powder or pill to cure all our health woes. Before we shell out the big bucks it’s important to ask whether these supplements really do help. Supplement options are limitless, and this episode scratches the surface of the most talked about health aids of 2020. What does collagen do? Is it really an anti-aging miracle? What the heck is Ashwagandha? Is there ever a reason to get an IV drip? Hannah & Ali head straight to the evidence to help you decide whether these are worth adding to your health regimen. Do these trendy supplements stand up to the test of science? Tune in to find out! Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace ...

54 minJAN 9
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the one about supplements

the one about resolutions

In this week's episode Hannah & Ali talk all things resolutions. It’s that time of year again when everyone seems to be talking about changing their diet, weight, shape, size and life… and Hannah & Ali are here once again to say thank u, next to the diet industry’s schemes. You asked, they answered: Is there any validity to 30 day challenges? Should I avoid resolutions all together or is it ever okay to try to start the year off with a new routine? Any tips for sticking to healthy eating come January 1st? If I indulged over the holidays isn’t it okay to want to focus on my diet and exercise come 2020? Hannah & Ali head straight to the science to guide you into the new decade with all the facts. New year, same no-BS evidence-based nutrition smack down on diet culture! Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

59 minJAN 2
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the one about resolutions

the one about holidays

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things holidays. The holidays are a special time but can come with their own challenges when much of the celebration centers around food. Hannah & Ali dive straight into listener questions to help navigate the expectations, beliefs and comments about food that often come at this time of year. Hannah & Ali are here to give you all the facts so your holiday season can be merry, guilt free and bright!

69 min2019 DEC 5
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the one about holidays

the one about cravings

In this week episode Hannah & Ali talk all things cravings. What is a craving and where do they come from? Is it my body telling me it needs something or is my body just confused? Can I reverse or cure myself of cravings? Is there ever a time when I shouldn't trust my cravings? Diet culture wants us to fear the food we desire, so Hannah & Ali head to literature to give some peace of mind when it comes to the foods we love.

49 min2019 NOV 28
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the one about cravings

Latest Episodes

the second one about coronavirus

In another special episode, Hannah and Ali continue to talk all things coronavirus. The many months of physical distancing have continued to impact the way people feel about food and their bodies, and the pressures of diet culture remain relentless. Are people with anorexia and eating disorders at higher risk for infection? Is it true that “obesity” is one of the greatest risk factors for COVID-19 hospitalizations and critical illness? As restrictions begin to be lifted in some areas how do I cope with a body that may have changed during the pandemic? And if restrictions haven’t been lifted in my area, how do I deal with the anxiety of exercising less and eating differently? What are some practical ways I can distract or occupy my time without being stuck in the extremes that come with diet culture? Hannah and Ali head to the literature to give you the most up-to-date facts, and give you practical tips to social distance from all the diet culture B.S. In the words of British Columbia Provincial Health Officer and shining star Dr Bonnie Henry, "be calm, be kind and be safe". This one's for you, Bonnie! Make sure to head over to the @eatcakepod Instagram account Monday-Friday at 3pm PST for a live support "Snack Time & Chill"- a chance for a supported snack at a physical distance, to ask your nutrition questions and have some laughs along the way. Additional Instagram accounts providing virtual support: @covid19eatingsupport @dietitiananna @bodypositive_dietitian @hgoodrichrd @encouragingdietitian @bodyimagewithbri Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

45 minJUN 11
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the second one about coronavirus

the one about coronavirus

In this special episode, Hannah and Ali talk all things coronavirus. In times of stress and uncertainty it makes sense that we look for things to control. One of the things that feels like it is in our control is how we feed and move our bodies… and even that feels threatened in light of grocery store shortages and social distancing recommendations. Hannah and Ali get together for a bonus episode to tackle the questions coming up about food, nutrition and health during this pandemic. Are there any foods that can prevent or cure COVID-19? How do I handle the stress of these food shortages, especially when I can’t go to the store often or buy what’s normally on my list? Are canned, frozen or dried foods less healthy than fresh foods? How do I manage the fear of weight gain when my exercise schedule is disrupted and I have constant access to food? If your question hasn't been answered today make sure to head over to @eatcakepod on Instagram where Hannah and Ali will be answering questions, sharing new resources, and much, much more. Please join us on our social media outlets so that even though we are keeping social distance, we know we are definitely not alone. Oh, and PLEASE don't forget to wash your hands! Additional Instagram accounts providing virtual support: @dietitiananna @bodypositive_dietitian @hgoodrichrd @encouragingdietitian @bodyimagewithbri Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

39 minMAR 20
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the one about coronavirus

the one about eating disorders

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things eating disorders. As always this episode focuses on listener questions and shining an informed light on this complex topic. What’s the difference between an eating disorder and disordered eating? What causes eating disorders? How do you support a loved one if you think they’re struggling with their eating? How do you explain your eating disorder to your family and friends? How do you face the scale or approach intuitive eating if you’ve had a history of an eating disorder? February 1-7 is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. If any of the information in this episode is relevant to you, know that there is no such thing as looking like you have an eating disorder. Eating disorders do not discriminate; they are severe and far reaching, and affect people of all ages, cultures, genders, socioeconomic status and of ALL weights and shapes. Early access to support is one of the most predictive factors in finding a healthy relationship with food and your body. Unfortunately the stigma associated with this illness often prevents people from accessing the supports they need. This has to stop. Eating disorders can’t afford to wait.Hannah & Ali are here in this special final episode of season 4 to let you know that you are worthy of support, you are deserving of care, and you are not alone. If you or someone you know is struggling with your relationship with food, your body or exercise, the first step is asking someone you trust for help. Going to your GP or a trusted healthcare professional is a great place to start. Here are a few of the online resources mentioned in today’s episode: https://nedic.ca/edaw/ https://nedic.ca/find-a-provider/ http://mh.providencehealthcare.org/programs/provincial-adult-tertiary-eating-disorders-program https://jessieslegacy.com/pedaw/ https://www.lookingglassbc.com/online-peer-support/ Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

71 minFEB 6
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the one about eating disorders

the one about travel

In this week's episode Hannah & Ali are joined by dietitian Sammy Previte from Dietitians of Palm Valley to talk all things travel. Sammy is a fellow anti-diet crusader with a brilliant program focused on breaking up with diet culture and finding food freedom. The three dietitians team up to tackle your questions about navigating food and exercise before, during and after vacations. How do you manage the desire to diet and hit the gym to get bikini ready? How can you stay on track at all-inclusive resorts or when you're surrounded all day by food and drinks? What if the friends you are traveling with eat differently than you? Vacations are a time for fun, exploring new places and much deserved relaxation. This week's episode will ease your mind and help you sail away from your body pressures and diet culture. This is the only time you will be happy to have lost your baggage! Body positive accounts to follow from this week's episode: Sammy Previte at @breakdietrules Brianna Campos at @bodyimageinwithbri Evelyn Tribole at @evelyntribole Caroline Dooner at @thefuckitdiet Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

45 minJAN 30
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the one about travel

the one about women's health

In this week’s episode Hannah and Ali talk all things women’s health. The diet industry works hard to convince women of their body’s shortcomings, and Hannah and Ali are here to shine a light on some of the amazing things the female body can do. They dive into the research to answer listener questions from start to finish. The episode starts with breaking down the science behind menstrual cycles and how nutrition impacts hormone production. What’s the difference between dietary fat and body fat in supporting hormone health? Does having a history of an eating disorder impact fertility? Is there truth to the recommendation to lose weight in order to alleviate symptoms of PCOS or endometriosis? If I am a “normal” weight why don’t I have regular periods? The more we learn to appreciate the many incredible things our body does, the easier it can become to nourish, fuel, and love this miraculous machine. Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

40 minJAN 23
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the one about women's health

the one about men's health

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things men's health. Whether it’s dad bod shaming, hair loss woes, or top foods to improve your libido... men are also getting inundated with messages from diet culture. Are there foods to reverse balding, grow thicker beards or halt the aging process? Do men have greater protein needs than women? Is there any truth to the adage that men have a faster metabolism than women? Are beer guts a real thing? You asked, they answered! Tune in as Hannah & Ali use science, research and of course, humor, to talk about one of their favorite topics... MEN! Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

50 minJAN 16
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the one about men's health

the one about supplements

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things supplements. No matter the ailment or concern, diet culture seems to have a miracle elixir, powder or pill to cure all our health woes. Before we shell out the big bucks it’s important to ask whether these supplements really do help. Supplement options are limitless, and this episode scratches the surface of the most talked about health aids of 2020. What does collagen do? Is it really an anti-aging miracle? What the heck is Ashwagandha? Is there ever a reason to get an IV drip? Hannah & Ali head straight to the evidence to help you decide whether these are worth adding to your health regimen. Do these trendy supplements stand up to the test of science? Tune in to find out! Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace ...

54 minJAN 9
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the one about supplements

the one about resolutions

In this week's episode Hannah & Ali talk all things resolutions. It’s that time of year again when everyone seems to be talking about changing their diet, weight, shape, size and life… and Hannah & Ali are here once again to say thank u, next to the diet industry’s schemes. You asked, they answered: Is there any validity to 30 day challenges? Should I avoid resolutions all together or is it ever okay to try to start the year off with a new routine? Any tips for sticking to healthy eating come January 1st? If I indulged over the holidays isn’t it okay to want to focus on my diet and exercise come 2020? Hannah & Ali head straight to the science to guide you into the new decade with all the facts. New year, same no-BS evidence-based nutrition smack down on diet culture! Follow the podcast on Instagram @eatcakepod, on Facebook @Let Us Eat Cake Podcast, check out their website https://eatcakepod.home.blog and email your questions to Hannah & Ali at eatcakepod@gmail.com The information presented in this podcast does not replace the individual nutrition recommendations from your health care providers. Visit https://www.dietitians.ca/Your-Health/Find-A-Dietitian/ to find a specialized dietitian in your area. Also don't forget to rate, review & subscribe on your Podcast app or wherever you download your podcasts!

59 minJAN 2
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the one about resolutions

the one about holidays

In this week’s episode Hannah & Ali talk all things holidays. The holidays are a special time but can come with their own challenges when much of the celebration centers around food. Hannah & Ali dive straight into listener questions to help navigate the expectations, beliefs and comments about food that often come at this time of year. Hannah & Ali are here to give you all the facts so your holiday season can be merry, guilt free and bright!

69 min2019 DEC 5
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the one about holidays

the one about cravings

In this week episode Hannah & Ali talk all things cravings. What is a craving and where do they come from? Is it my body telling me it needs something or is my body just confused? Can I reverse or cure myself of cravings? Is there ever a time when I shouldn't trust my cravings? Diet culture wants us to fear the food we desire, so Hannah & Ali head to literature to give some peace of mind when it comes to the foods we love.

49 min2019 NOV 28
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the one about cravings
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