Intuitive Eating Podcast | Going Beyond The Food Show

CONQUER food & body image AND THRIVE

Conquer food and body image and Thrive
I’ve been waiting for this day for months and it’s finally here. I’m bursting with excitement… So here we go… get ready to conquer food and body & body image and thrive. Conquer and Thrive is a membership community to help women unlearn diet culture.

253-Power and Control

Power and Control
Do you want to be in your power with food, or do you want to control food? Do you want to be in your power with your body, or do you want to control your body? My relationship to power and control has been different at different stages of my life. I spent most of my teens developing my power and being punished for it. In fact, I was labelled as a rebel because I was in my power. Over the years of…

252-Righteous Eating

Righteous Eating
Are you a righteous eater? One hint that you might be is the answer to this question: Do you secretly feel superior (better than others) because of the way you eat? This one is also revealing: now again, answer silently: Do you feel a sense of shame or guilt when you don’t eat the way you think you should? I emphasize the word secret or silent answer because admitting that you are a righteous eate…

251-Her Story: Unlearning Diet Culture as a Mom with Mandy

Unlearning Diet Culture as a mom
Diet Culture gets in the way of our autonomy as women. It tells us what to eat, how to move, and what size and shape our bodies should be. You and I do not have to live our lives according to diet culture’s rules and expectations. Decide to opt-out, totally up to you. You can stay, or you can say: HELL NO! Listen to Mandy share her journey unlearning diet culture as a mom from the beginning to the…

250-The Black Outfit

The Black Outfit
Do you have a black outfit in your closet? Do you perhaps have more than 1 black outfit… one piece for every type of clothes? Do you wear black clothes as often if not more often the bright colorful clothes? “The Black Outfit” title of this episode is really an analogy, an analogy for us not embracing our fullness. Yes, our fullness physically but also our fullness emotionally, mentally and spirit…