how did your mother impact your relationship with food?

how did your mother impact your relationship with food?

In anticipation of their upcoming Intuitive Eating Series, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry talk about how relationships between moms and daughters impact food guilt and body shame, how weight stigma within families can hurt (bad) and how to not let that hurt get the better of your desire to find food freedom. Melissa’s shares part of her personal story with her Mom and together your co-hosts offer practical tips about moving forward toward feeling peaceful in your body. We discuss: techniques for cultivating compassion for what our mothers did not know,how to acknowledge the hurt others caused you (especially if you still want to be in a relationship with...

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why do dietitians disagree about weight loss? with Maria Sylvester Terry, MS, RDN, LDN

why do dietitians disagree about weight loss? with Maria Sylvester Terry, MS, RDN, LDN

If you follow dietitians for advice and tips on Instagram you may notice two VERY different worlds. Some Dietitians promote dieting weight loss, while others adopt an "anti-diet" or "non-diet" approach of weight inclusivity. If you find that confusing, you're not alone. Like many evidence-based fields leaning on new and emerging research, there are differing philosophies around weight loss, including if and how it should be approached! In today’s episode we interview fellow dietitian Maria Sylvester Terry MS, RDN, LDN to discuss: the difference between a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and a nutritionistwhat training ALL Registered Dietitian Nutritionists receivehow to know if the...

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do men struggle with food and body image? with Aaron Flores

do men struggle with food and body image? with Aaron Flores

Many wonder if men struggle with food and body image. We often hear clients ask "do you have any good Instagram accounts for men who struggle with food?" In today's episode Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry interview fellow Dietitian Aaron Flores, RDN for his perspective on "bro culture", the danger of assuming all men's experiences with body image are the same (they're not), and how diet culture hurts all genders. In today’s episode we discuss: do men worry about dieting and body image as much as women? what unique pressures are men facing from diet culture?how do we help boys and men experience positive body image? Is it different from other gender...

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what happens when you start intuitive eating?

what happens when you start intuitive eating?

Are you scrolling Instagram trying to make sense of Intuitive Eating? Do you feel like it "sounds good" but could never work for you? In today's episode Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry interview Rebecca (Melissa's former client) to share her story of finding food freedom through the No More Guilt Group Coaching program. By sharing her REAL LIFE experience navigating ups-and-downs, we hope you will feel inspired to let go of fear over what happens when you start intuitive eating, just as Rebecca did. In today’s episode we ask Rebecca her inside take and advice for anyone who relates to her incredible story: Why did Rebecca want food freedom? did she ever...

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how toxic positivity does more harm than good with Mimi Cole

how toxic positivity does more harm than good with Mimi Cole

Toxic positivity, or stifling negative emotions for the sake of "good vibes only", does more harm than good. We show you how to use negative emotions for what they are: signals pointing to your needs and wants.  In this episode, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists Dalina Soto and Melissa Landry interview Mimi Cole, therapist-in-training, to talk about how to express negative emotions productively, especially if you are an emotional eater during times of anxiety, stress, and, boredom. We discuss: what is "toxic positivity"? how does a the "good vibes only" attitude get in the way of us coping with emotions?whats the difference between feeling anxious and an anxiety disorder? how does anxiety...

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