Welcome to the Undiet Your Coaching Practice Podcast

Every time a woman makes peace with food and her body and breaks up with dieting for good, the world feels a little brighter – and you as a coach can be part of the solution. In this weekly podcast, you’ll learn all about coaching using a non-diet approach, intuitive eating & body image coaching, ethical business & marketing strategies and more, along with business growth tactics.

Coaches, listen up

Whether you’re a nutritionist, a personal trainer, a therapist, a nurse, a life coach, a body image coach, a intuitive eating coach or anything in between, one truth is constant: diets are draining the life out of the women you serve. In a world that wants us all to be the same, you have the power to be the difference that changes lives for good. All you have to do is undiet your coaching practice – and this podcast will give you all the advice and inspiration you need to nail it.

Hosted by Clinical Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Stephanie Dodier, this podcast distills a combined 25 years of undieting knowledge and experience into 60 minutes or less in each weekly episode. If you want to develop your coaching skills in the fields of women’s health, intuitive eating, body image, and mindset and grow your business along the way, this is the place to be.

Health professionals, listen up

Whether you’re a nutritionist, a personal trainer, a therapist, a nurse, a life coach, a body image coach, a intuitive eating coach or anything in between, one truth is constant: diets are draining the life out of the women you serve. In a world that wants us all to be the same, you have the power to be the difference that changes lives for good. All you have to do is undiet your coaching practice – and this podcast will give you all the advice and inspiration you need to nail it.

Hosted by Clinical Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Stephanie Dodier, this podcast distills a combined 25 years of undieting knowledge and experience into 60 minutes or less in each weekly episode. If you want to develop your coaching skills in the fields of women’s health, intuitive eating, body image, and mindset and grow your business along the way, this is the place to be.

Our Most Recent Episodes

30-Body Size Diversity in Coaching Panel Discussion with Brianna Campos & Victoria Welsby

30-Body Size Diversity in Coaching Panel Discussion with Brianna Campos & Victoria Welsby

Body size diversity in coaching

Body size diversity in coaching is essential to dismantling fatphobia and diet culture.

Fatphobia adds an extra layer of difficulty for fat folks who run non-diet businesses. In fact, it creates barriers to their visibility and success.

This is why we need to eradicate hate towards fat folks and dismantle the systemic fatphobia that oppresses us. Certainly, the time to act is now.

Body Size Diversity in Coaching: How to Create It

Fellow non-diet coaches and professionals in fat bodies- I share many of the same challenges you face in this profession. For this reason, belief work and clear boundaries are essential to protecting our mental health in this space.

Non-diet colleagues in straight-sized bodies- start with addressing your fear of talking about fatphobia and “being political”. That is to say, acknowledge that political movements, like fat liberation, are inherently part of our profession.

Understand this- non-diet coaches in fat bodies don’t get to choose to have a political message in their marketing.

It is time to listen to fat folks, pass the mic, and invest in education from fat business owners. Certainly, these are essential steps towards fat liberation.

On today’s episode:

Victoria Welsby (they/them) is a world-leading expert on dismantling fatphobia and diet culture. Moreover, they are a TEDx speaker and a best-selling author. They started out being homeless and abused with self-esteem that was achingly low. Now, they are the courageous fat activists and change makers we know today. Also, Victoria helps people fall in love with themselves and is dedicated to shifting the way society views fat bodies.

Brianna (Bri) Campos is a licensed mental health counsellor based in New Jersey. As a body image educator and founder of Body Image With Bri, she is passionate about all things body image. This is also why she practices through the lens of Health at Every Size® and Intuitive Eating. On top of this, Bri utilizes a weight-inclusive approach. She combines clinical skills and lived experience to teach others how to maneuver through their own unique body image journeys.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode on body size diversity in coaching:

  • Why diverse body representation matters in the non-diet space
  • How to deal with trolls as a fat creator
  • The impact of fatphobia on visibility and success
  • How to create body diversity in the non-diet profession

Links mentioned in the show:

NON-DIET PROFESSIONAL MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

FREE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING & RESOURCES  .

Connect with our guests:

WEBSITE – VICTORIA

INSTAGRAM – VICTORIA

FACEBOOK – VICTORIA

WEBSITE – BRIANNA  .

INSTAGRAM – BRIANNA

FACEBOOK – BRIANNA

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29-Strategic Social Media That Create Impact & Growth with Andrea Jones

29-Strategic Social Media That Create Impact & Growth with Andrea Jones

social media for non-diet coaching

Social media for non-diet coaching can help you create the impact you want in the world AND grow your business. That is if you have the right strategy in place.

And when it comes to social media for non-diet coaching, what causes overwhelm? Focusing so much on keeping up with the trends and demand for more and more content that you lose sight of what feels genuine and enjoyable to you.

Pointing to words on video in an Instagram Reel just isn’t for me… so I don’t do it. Developing a social media plan that you enjoy will take you much farther than going all out on trends for weeks, and then disappearing due to overwhelm.

Social media for non-diet coaching

Social media for non-diet coaching businesses is a marketing tool, not your full-time job – so let’s treat it as such.

You’ve got to figure out what your unique brand messaging is – think something like that commercial jingle that’s stuck in your head.

Then you need to understand your relationship with social media and learn how to separate personal vs professional use. Clear boundaries around professional time on social media could translate to 10 hours or less per month creating content, networking and engaging with your community, and looking at analytics.

Are you ready to get strategic with social media so that you can create impact and growth?

On today’s episode

Andréa Jones has built an online business committed to empowering businesses to utilize the power of social media in a positive and impactful way, without being overwhelmed and drained by it.

With over 7 years of experience in the game, Andréa hosts the acclaimed podcast, the Savvy Social Podcast, leads a team providing done-for-you service inside of her marketing agency that was named a Top Digital Marketing Agency in 2021, and serves over 200 students in her membership, the Savvy Social School.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • How to grow your social media platform while growing your business
  • How much time you need for social media every day, week & month
  • Which Instagram metrics actually matter
  • How to get your social media audience to take action

Links mentioned in the show:

Free Course from Andrea

Andrea’s Podcast – Savvy Social Podcast

Non-Diet Professional Mentorship Program

Free Professional Training & Resources

Connect with our guest:

Website

Instagram

Facebook

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28-Decolonizing Diet Culture-Panel Discussion with Unyime Oguta, Jin Kim, Tara Rivera & Marissa Prieto

28-Decolonizing Diet Culture-Panel Discussion with Unyime Oguta, Jin Kim, Tara Rivera & Marissa Prieto

Decolonizing Diet Culture


Decolonizing diet culture and our approach to non-diet coaching is essential for the healing of all of our clients and it goes beyond simply white people’s food. 

Diet culture causes harm beyond the diet mentality. It demonizes the foods that are the very foundation of traditional diets across the globe. Moreover, it centers on the white narrative of what is “healthy”.

Non-diet coaches need to understand how diet culture is yet another system that centers on the white experience. Certainly, we need to know how to hold space for our clients who have been taught that their food is “bad.” That is to say, we play an active role in decolonizing diet culture in our practices. 

Decolonizing Diet Culture in Practice

Decolonizing diet culture in practice requires being intentional with our language around food and what we call “cultural” food. At the end of the day – all food is simply just food and our language needs to reflect that. 

Decolonizing diet culture in practice also requires curiosity and humility. We do this by asking questions that will help you understand your client’s experience with food and their culture. 

On today’s episode

Helping us decolonize diet culture on today’s episode, we have a panel of 4 non-diet pro’s… 

Unyime is a mum of 3, Speaker, Life & Nutrition Coach for Mums, and runs The Thriving Mum Podcast. Through her coaching and podcast, she teaches women how to leverage the power of their minds to let go of food fears and obsession. Her goal is to help her clients thrive and feel empowered to honor their needs. Moreover, they raise children who have a good relationship with food and their bodies. 

Marissa Prieto is an anti-diet, Latina Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with 10 years of experience. She is committed to helping Latina women and Latina mothers improve their relationship with food. She does this by helping them tune in to their own body, cultivate behaviors for long-term health. That is to say, the goal is to pass down healthy behaviors onto their children. Marissa dedicates herself to helping her clients ditch the diets and tune into their own body. She also helps them enjoy and keep their cultural foods alive! 

Tara holds a Masters of Science in Integrative and Functional Nutrition and is a Certified Nutritionist in Washington state, USA. She is committed to continuously learning about the impacts of marginalized communities and supporting those that are systemically oppressed. Also, she commits herself to bring a sense of cultural humility. Her approach is guided through principles of intuitive eating, body acceptance, and health at every size. 

Jin Hee is a HAES-aligned therapist and intuitive eating coach. Her mission is to help Asian-American women reclaim cultural foods and heal from toxic messages about body image and self-worth. Ultimately to discover and reconnect with their innate worthiness. 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 

  • How white culture sets the “standard” in diet culture 
  • Why our language around culture & food matters 
  • How to support clients whose culture is erased in diet culture 
  • Tips for coaches to decolonize diet culture in practice 

Links mentioned in the show:

Non-Diet Professional Mentorship Program

Free Professional Training & Resources

Connect with our guests:

Podcast – Unyime

Instagram – Unyime

Facebook – Unyime

Instagram – Jin

Website – Tara

Instagram – Tara

Facebook – Tara

Website – Marissa

Instagram – Marissa

Facebook – Marissa

 

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27-Bro Marketing versus Ethical Marketing with Michelle Mazur

27-Bro Marketing versus Ethical Marketing with Michelle Mazur

Bro marketing versus ethical marketing

Bro marketing versus ethical marketing

Bro marketing versus ethical marketing – do you know which one you are participating in, in your non-diet coaching business?

To put it simply, bro marketing is the diet culture of the online business space. On the other hand, ethical marketing is the undiet approach to building your non-diet coaching business.

Much like diet culture, bro marketing can be dangerously subtle. Many of us non-diet professionals and coaches have built businesses from this approach because we felt like it was what we had to do. I get it because I’ve been there, too.

Bro marketing “works” because its tactics are rooted in scarcity, authority, and social proof. These ultimately bring cash into our businesses.

But on a deeper level, it doesn’t really work because it can lead to resentful clients, a lack of loyalty, and more importantly, we secretly feel yucky about a marketing approach that is technically “working”.

First thing’s first – don’t get rid of everything you’ve built under the bro marketing model right away (unless that truly feels aligned for you).

Take your time adding in more ethical approaches so that you still have a cash flow to support you. Do this while you navigate restructuring your messaging and marketing strategies.

Get really clear on what your message is. Identify your 3-word rebellion (hint: tune into the full episode to learn what this is).

Then, apply your messaging strategy to your marketing so that you can reach more people, build brand awareness, and get your dream clients interested in your offer.

In today’s episode

Michelle Mazur works with brilliant business owners who are shaking things up… but having trouble talking about it. She combines the tools of successful social movements with the qualitative research skills she earned in her Communication Ph.D. to help them craft their powerful, captivating message.

The author of the 3 Word Rebellion and featured in Fast Company, Entrepreneur, and Inc., she knows that speaking about what you do in a clear and captivating way is the key to reaching the people you could help the most and making more money in your business.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode on bro marketing versus ethical marketing:

  • What bro marketing is and why ethical marketing is better
  • Manipulative bro marketing tactics to avoid
  • Why self-agency is key to the ethical buying process
  • How to identify your core message with the 3-word rebellion
  • The key difference between messaging vs marketing
  • Where to start with building an ethical marketing plan

Links mentioned in the show:

Non-Diet Professional Mentorship Program

Free Professional Training & Resources

Connect with our guest:

Website

Instagram

Facebook

 

 

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26-Thin Privilege in Coaching: Panel Discussion with Alissa Rumsey & Julie Duffy Dillon

26-Thin Privilege in Coaching: Panel Discussion with Alissa Rumsey & Julie Duffy Dillon

Thin Privilege in Coaching

Thin privilege in coaching is a reality that will impact your client relationship and coaching efficiency.  

In fact, it is essential for non-diet coaches and professionals to be aware of, acknowledge, and name thin privilege with their clients. This is because it shows up in the room, whether we see it or not. 

Here’s the thin privilege definition: being able to experience the world knowing you will always be accommodated for and considered “acceptable”, based on the (smaller) size of your body. 

Thin Privilege in Coaching

Thin privilege in health coaching – what it means for non-diet coaching businesses is that coaches in smaller bodies have to take responsibility for their thin privilege in practice. 

There is power in thin non-diet coaches and professionals bringing awareness to and naming thin privilege in practice. This is especially important when working with clients in larger bodies. 

However, non-diet coaches living in smaller bodies may feel guilty for benefiting from thin privilege, but this doesn’t help anyone. Certainly, making peace with their thin privilege is KEY to taking responsibility, reducing harm, and using it for good. 

In today’s episode, we discuss thin privilege in health coaching with Alissa Rumsey and Julie Duffy Dillon.

Alissa Rumsey is a registered dietitian, nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counsellor, and the author of Unapologetic Eating: Make Peace With Food and Transform Your Life. Also, she is the founder of Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness. It is a weight-inclusive practice that offers virtual counselling, group programs, and online training to support people in breaking free – both individually and collectively – from body-based oppression.

After sobbing in her boss’s office, Julie Duffy Dillon, registered dietitian and PCOS expert, never taught another diet. Once she appreciated the anti-fat bias rampant in health care, she couldn’t unsee it. Now, Julie helps people with PCOS confidently tackle health concerns moving forward without shame and blame. She helps people burn their PCOS diet books, regain the energy to live their lives and reclaim their power. Julie knows only together we can change PCOS health care.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode on thin privilege in coaching:

  • Thin privilege – definition & what it means in practice
  • The power of language when discussing bodies
  • Why feeling guilty about your thin privilege isn’t helping & what to do instead
  • Your role as a non-diet coach when helping clients in larger bodies 

Links mentioned in the show:

Undiet Your Coaching Scholarship

Non-Diet Professional Mentorship Program

Free Professional Training & Resources

Alissa Rumsey 

Julie Duffy Dillon

Connect with our guests:

Website – Alissa Rumsey

Instagram – Alissa Rumsey 

Facebook Alissa Rumsey

Website – Julie Duffy Dillon

Instagram – Julie Duffy Dillon

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25-Building a Feminist Business

25-Building a Feminist Business

Building a Feminist Business

Building a feminist business is about creating a world and culture where all people can thrive, regardless of their identity.

As non-diet professionals and coaches, the capitalistic bro-marketing approach of “doing whatever it takes to make money” can feel like the all too familiar diet culture, but in the business world.

Jjust like intuitive eating and body liberation are the antidotes to diet culture, feminist business is the antidote to bro-marketing. This is what can help us non-diet professionals create thriving businesses that we fully align with.

Building a Feminist Business

If you have an existing business rooted in the bro-marketing model – there’s no need to panic. You don’t have to burn your business down, but rather pivot by taking it one step at a time. Start by taking one thing that doesn’t feel good in your business and figure out what you can do to make it better.

If you’re just starting out with your non-diet business, take time to move slowly and get clear on who you are, who you want to be, and the kind of world you want to create. You get to be deliberate, discerning and release the urgency of capitalism as you build a business that feels good.

Building a feminist business will allow you to make enough money to take care of yourself (and more), AND allow space for joy and pleasure so that you can be who you are in your business.

On today’s podcast, we interview Lauren, a Radical Courage Coach + Feminist Business Mentor. She helps feminist coaches, healers and creatives build and grow businesses that are deeply aligned with their unique brilliance and their vision for social change without getting caught up in the Capitalist Routine.

She helps her clients cultivate radical courage so they can show up for their brilliant work and use their businesses to create a more feminist future.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • Core practices of a feminist business
  • How to overcome your fear of making money
  • Getting to know your zone of brilliance
  • What your “thrive” and “survive” numbers are
  • How to pivot to a feminist business model

Links mentioned in the show:

Information Session – Non-Diet Mentorship Program Open House

Non-Diet Professional Mentorship Program

Free Professional Training & Resources

Connect with our guest:

Website

Instagram

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24-Navigating the Medical Provider Relationship with Maggie Landes, MD

24-Navigating the Medical Provider Relationship with Maggie Landes, MD

Navigating the medical provider relationship

Many of our clients find it complicated to navigate through the medical provider relationship. In fact, they often associate it with uncomfortable conversations about their weight.

As non-diet coaches, we hear from our clients about their fear of bringing up their weight with their medical providers. This is true, especially, from our clients living in larger bodies who are most directly affected by medical weight stigma.

Being able to help our clients navigate the medical provider relationship is a critical skillset to have. Certainly, this will prevent them from missing out on the quality of healthcare they deserve.

That is to say, we need to be ready to support our clients with navigating their relationships with their providers. This means that weight stigma isn’t keeping them out of the healthcare system.

Helping your clients in navigating the medical provider relationship

Weight stigma is a systemic issue that one-on-one coaching can’t erase. However, that doesn’t mean our clients are powerless.

As professionals, we need to have the strategies and tools to support our clients with their medical provider relationship. Furthermore, we help empower them to take action that shifts the focus away from the weight. This will help address their real concerns.

In fact, when we have the right tools, we can coach our clients to create equality with their medical providers. Moreover, we are helping them establish consent (or non-consent), measure the decline unless absolutely necessary. Ultimately, we empower them to be the leader of the conversation with their medical providers.

In today’s episode, we interview Maggie Landes, a board-certified physician, public health nutritionist, and anti-diet wellness expert. She is also the creator and host of “The Eatfluencer Podcast”. It’s where she and her guests dig into the mindset work required to construct a healthy, complete, and high-quality life. A life that is unlimited by the oppression of diet culture.

Maggie will help us navigate the client-provider relationship and how to take weight out of the conversation.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • The gaps in healthcare that perpetuate weight stigma
  • 3 ways to decline being weighed at the doctor’s office
  • How to re-enter the healthcare system after experiencing weight stigma
  • Navigating the client-provider relationship & informed consent
  • Debunking common myths about weight and health

Links mentioned in the show:

What to say at doctor’s office by Ragen Chastain

Mentorship Program

Free Professional Training & Resources

Connect with our guest:

Website

Facebook

Instagram

 

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23-Anti-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2

23-Anti-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2

Anti-Diet Practitioners Success Stories


We have recorded a video for you.

We chatted about their personal and business wins over the last five months, the role of self-coaching in their business success, and how they coach their clients using self-coaching, etc.

Lisa shared how she went from charging $50/month from her client to $500 while Ardelle shared that she got her passion for her work back. Pavlina shared how she got over her anxiety, Jolyn shared how she managed a full-time mother role and now her role as CEO, and Sabrina shared how her marketing approach was completely overhauled.

Anti-Diet Practitioners Success Stories Vol. 2

Here’s the deal.

We are dedicated to making choices from a place of love instead of fear.

Diet Culture is rooted in fear.

The Non-Diet Movement is rooted in love.

We choose to teach from love. We coach from a place of love.

Moreover, we market our business from love. We empower.

Certainly, what happens when you actively rewire your mind to see love instead of fear?

Possibilities. Growth. Success.

The Non-Diet Mentorship doesn’t magically create success for our students: they do. That is to say, they make their success because they do the work with their mindset.

They have lived a diet culture. Moreover, they have lived in fear.

Now, they make the active choice to say: Hell no to fear.

Ultimately, that’s the reason why they are successful. 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 

  • Personal and business wins over the last five months
  • The role of self-coaching in their business success
  • How they coach their clients using self-coaching
  • How Lisa went from charging $50 / month to her client to $500
  • Ardelle shared that she got her passion for her work back
  • Pavlina shared how she got over her anxiety
  • How Jolyn managed a full-time mother role and now her role as CEO
  • How Sabrina’s marketing approach was completely overhauled

Mentioned on the show:

Listen to Volume 1 Non-Diet Mentorship Success Stories  

Mentorship Program

Free Intuitive Eating Guide

Free Professional Training & Resources

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22-Are You Ready to Help Clients in an Anti-Diet Approach?

22-Are You Ready to Help Clients in an Anti-Diet Approach?

ready to help clients in anti-diet approach


One of the most profound questions I get on consultations is this one: 

How do I know if I’m ready to help clients in an Anti-Diet Approach? 

First off, You’ll never feel totally ready. Waiting for this moment where you will feel ready to go out into the world and launch your program, I’m sorry to say, but you’ll likely wait forever.

Why is it that we never really feel ready? 

One answer: The Human Brain.  

This question is one of the main reasons why I created a mentorship program and NOT a certification. I wanted to help health professionals feel ready and actually help people. 

I wanted to help practitioners get their human brains on board with their amazing talents and potential so they could create an amazing business that will serve hundreds and thousands of people! 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode on are you ready to help clients in an Anti-Diet Approach?:

  • How to determine if you are ready to help people in n anti-diet approach 
  • Why getting another certification is not the solution to feeling ready 
  • 8 tips to get your human brain on board to feel ready

Mentioned in the show:

Mentorship Program

Free Intuitive Eating Guide

Free Professional Training & Resources

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21-Anti-Diet Approach Is For All Health Professions

21-Anti-Diet Approach Is For All Health Professions

anti-diet approach is for all health professions


I recorded this on Sunday, May 16th, 2021. Enrollment to the waitlist for the next cohort of the Non-Diet Mentorship Program is officially closed. I’m so excited because we have folks joining us from all professional backgrounds:

Nutritionist

Health Coach

Social Worker 

Psychologist

Registered Nurse 

Fitness Professional 

The Anti-Diet Approach is for All Health Professions  

The Anti-Diet Approach is for all health professions for one simple reason: Diet Culture is present everywhere and in everyone.

We as humans socialize in diet culture with our personal life while we practice health professions entrenched in diet culture.

In some way, we are twice as much impacted by diet culture as our clients and patients. In fact, we got it as individuals and then went to school to learn a profession based on diet culture thriving. 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 

  • Health professionals are indoctrinated in diet culture twice as much as a regular individual
  • What is weight stigma
  • How weight stigma shows up in all health profession 
  • What does the non-diet approach look like in various health profession
  • Therapist, social worker, nursing, medical doctor, naturopathic doctor, yoga teacher, personal training, nutritionist, dietician, health coach, etc.

Mentioned on the show:

Mentorship Program

Free Intuitive Eating Guide

Free Professional Training & Resources

Social Determinants of Health 

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20-Is It Time To Go Full Time with Kelsey Murphy

20-Is It Time To Go Full Time with Kelsey Murphy

is it time to go full time in anti-diet practice

When is it time to go full-time in anti-diet practice?

This could mean starting a new business.

Or

This could mean transitioning your practice to a non-diet approach.

This question is a frequent one and a good one. On the podcast today, I discuss this question with my guest Kelsey Murphy. 

Kelsey Murphy is a Business & Life Coach working with Fortune 500 companies like Facebook & Twitter and industry thought leaders like Marie Forleo and her B-Schoolers.

As a primer to this discussion, I share my journey going full-time in 2 businesses over the last ten years.

What you’ll learn listening to this episode on is it time to go full-time in anti-diet practice: 

  • My journey going full-time in my business
  • How to know it’s time to go full time for you 
  • Should you start your own biz or work for someone else instead 
  • You are one decision away from a completely different life
  • The grind… The hustle… What does it mean? 

Connect with our Guest: 

Website 

Whiskey & Work Podcast (iTunes)  

Facebook  

Instagram  

Mentioned in the show:

Mentorship Program

Free Intuitive Eating Guide

Free Professional Training & Resources

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19-Anti-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition

19-Anti-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition

anti-diet approach to health and nutrition


Today we will answer two major questions I get when I teach health professionals about the non-diet approach. 

Usually, these questions come right on the tail end of the first time being introduced to the non-diet approach. 

What are those questions that almost all health professionals have at their first encounter with the non-diet approach? 

But, what about health? 

And  

What about nutrition? 

These two questions reveal how entrenched diet and wellness culture along with weight stigma are in our education as health professionals.

It is very important to note that we, as health professionals, were blind to this. We were taught to teach our patient and client how to co-opt diet culture and fatphobia.

We have been trained and learned to believe that health can only result from dieting, thinness and restriction. 

So when faced with an approach to health that doesn’t promote diet culture, dieting, weight loss or food restriction, we assume it’s not “healthy”… 

Anti-Diet Approach to Health and Nutrition

In today’s episode, we will be helping you navigate these two questions when encountering the anti-diet approach for the first time. 

But what about health? 

But what about nutrition? 

What you’ll learn listening to this episode:

  • How to define health within a non-diet approach 
  • The danger of viewing health as personal responsibility 
  • Healthism 
  • The social determinants of health 
  • How to view nutrition within a non-diet approach  
  • Gentle Nutrition

Mentioned in the show:

Non-Diet Professional Mentorship Program

Intuitive Eating Guide

Free Professional Training & Resources

Social Determinants of Health

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Welcome!

 

I’m Stephanie Dodier – Clinical Nutritionist, Intuitive Eating expert, Podcast host, and Creator of the Going Beyond The Food Method™️, which was born from my own journey with chronic dieting & body image and has since grown into a global movement.

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The Non-Diet Professional Training Series is the ultimate foundation for every coach and professional who wants to help their clients live diet-free, freedom-full lives. Whether you’ve just boarded the non-diet train of thought or you’re in the process of integrating the practices into your business, this training will help you help your clients to ditch the diet fails for good.

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