[intuitive eating series] principle 8: respect your body

[intuitive eating series] principle 8: respect your body

Body respect can feel difficult after years of dieting. If all you’ve ever known is trying to change your body into something different, then you’ll want to know about Intuitive Eating Principle 8: Respect Your Body. Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry interview Allison Latham-Jones, stylist and Intuitive Eater to cover: What body respect means to ex-dieters Why it is important to be comfortable and express your style through clothes Ways you can improve their relationship to clothing at home, work, and special events Ways to cope with weight stigma and letting go of the weight loss fantasy In this episode, we mention new information we're learning about the...

read more
[intuitive eating series] principle 6: feel your fullness

[intuitive eating series] principle 6: feel your fullness

Do you struggle to listen to your fullness? Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry interview Ex-Dieter and member of Melissa’s No More Guilt Community, Suzanne, to talk about one of the most difficult to master Intuitive Eating skills: feeling your fullness. Suzanne gives her real-life take on: why she choose Intuitive Eating as her next step in healing food guilt whether or not hunger/fullness scales are helpful to learn to trust yourself her biggest challenge listening to her fullness and how she worked through it how she connected to her body WITHOUT making it feel like pressure to be perfect with your fullness all the time after YEARS of chronic dieting...

read more
[intuitive eating series] principle 4: challenge the food police

[intuitive eating series] principle 4: challenge the food police

We’re continuing on in our Intuitive Eating Skill series with Principle 4: Challenge the Food Police. In this episode, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry discuss: Where the inner “food police voice” comes from How Intuitive Eating uses cognitive behavioral therapy to shift negative self-talk and food guilt The difference between the self-talk of a  “dieter” and an “intuitive eater” Types of negative thinking to look out for in your food freedom journey. Episode Resources: Join the Break the Diet Cycle Podcast Community on Instagram: @break.the.diet.pod Connect with Melissa on Instagram: @no.more.guilt Connect with Dalina on Instagram:...

read more
[intuitive eating series] principle 2: honor your hunger

[intuitive eating series] principle 2: honor your hunger

Do you sometimes feel nothing at all, then experience hunger extremes? Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry discuss Intuitive Eating Principle 2: Honor your Hunger. Learn how to get over the damage years of chronic dieting has done as they walk you through each of the 10 Intuitive Eating principles in more detail. In today’s episode we discuss: Primal hunger: what is it?The importance of carbs and eating enoughWhat does hunger even feel like?How chronic dieting can mess up your hunger cuesHow to get started exploring your hunger without judgement or guilt This episode includes several practical takeaways for you to improve your ability to honor your hunger....

read more
how can women in bigger bodies find food freedom in a fatphobic world?

how can women in bigger bodies find food freedom in a fatphobic world?

In today’s episode Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Melissa Landry interviews her former client, Amanda Street to talk about how women in bigger bodies can find food freedom in a fatphobic world. Prior to pursuing food freedom, Amanda believed in body positivity for herself and others... but still struggled with dieting behaviors and food guilt! In this episode, we talk about how she used the No Guilt Framework to: align the way she treated her body to her body positive aspirationswhy Amanda chose food freedom over dieting “just one more time"barriers to finding food freedom for women in bigger bodies (like, people offering diet advice and always assuming you want to lose weight - eye...

read more