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155: "Is it My Fault?"—Tips and Resources for People who Love Someone Struggling with Food

Nutrition Matters Podcast

Release Date: 08/12/2019

165: What One Doctor Wished Every Doctor Knew About their Patients with Eating Disorders show art 165: What One Doctor Wished Every Doctor Knew About their Patients with Eating Disorders

Nutrition Matters Podcast

of the podcast for $5/month and receive exclusive access to monthly Q&A episodes, guided meditations about food and body, and a monthly nutrition lesson. All exclusive content is available directly in your podcast player in audio format for easy, on-the-go learning. Click here to support the podcast:   In this episode, Paige interviews Dr. Stefani Reinold about what she wished fellow physicians knew about their patients with eating disorders.   Dr. Stefani Reinold is a board certified psychiatrist, eating disorders specialist and perinatal mental health expert. She is...

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164: How the Binge-Restrict Pattern Shows Up in Other Areas of Life show art 164: How the Binge-Restrict Pattern Shows Up in Other Areas of Life

Nutrition Matters Podcast

of the podcast for $5/month and receive exclusive access to monthly Q&A episodes, guided meditations about food and body, and a monthly nutrition lesson. All exclusive content is available directly in your podcast player in audio format for easy, on-the-go learning. Click here to support the podcast: In this episode, Paige interviews Dr. Jenn Hardy about how the diet-binge cycle can show up in areas of life beyond food and body.   Links mentioned: Jenn's website: : online courses and webinars of the podcast for $5/month Positive Nutrition Follow Paige on

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163: Q&A—Peace with Food During the Holidays show art 163: Q&A—Peace with Food During the Holidays

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In this episode, Paige answers a few questions about food and the holidays.   Here's an outline of the talking points for this episode: When you've been told you need to lose weight but also need a healthy relationship with food Resolutions and how they can be potentially dangerous How to discuss IE with family to help alleviate meal pressure When you feel like you had IE down and then went nuts on food on Thanksgiving   Links mentioned: : online courses and webinars to the podcast Positive Nutrition Follow Paige on  

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162: What Every LDS Missionary Should Know About Food, Nutrition & Body Image Before Serving show art 162: What Every LDS Missionary Should Know About Food, Nutrition & Body Image Before Serving

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In this podcast episode, Emily Fonnesbeck joined Paige to discuss the topic of LDS missionaries and how they can cultivate and foster a healthy relationship with food and body before, during and after missionary service. In this episode, we discuss what it's like to be on a mission and how it can bring up food and body image struggled for the 18-21 year-olds who serve. We discuss the nutritional implications for these young people, and explore how missionaries and mission leadership can help the young missionaries stay mentally and physically well during their service.   Here's an...

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161: The Diet-Binge Cycle and How Isabel Foxen Duke Finally Stopped Fighting Food show art 161: The Diet-Binge Cycle and How Isabel Foxen Duke Finally Stopped Fighting Food

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Isabel Foxen Duke shares her personal story of chronic dieting and how her quest for thinness ultimately led her to treatment for an addiction to cocaine. She shares her recovery story and how her struggles with food and body image went unnoticed for decades because her body wasn't "thin enough" to alert people in her life. She shares about how she recovered, moments of clarity she had, and insight into her healing process. She talks about the perils of the hunger and fullness diet and how she broke free from it.   Isabel Foxen Duke is the Creator of — a free video training...

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160: Intentionally Diversifying Who you Learn From Online and In-Person show art 160: Intentionally Diversifying Who you Learn From Online and In-Person

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Take a quick inventory of your social circles both in-person and online. If you see that everyone you spend time around is the same as you, registered dietitian Christyna Johnson is on a mission to shine a light on the importance of diversifying your learning circles. Intentionally finding people to follow or friends to make that are different from you in terms of philosophy, beliefs, background, race, history, socioeconomic status, and various other identities is an important part of cultivating our own growth. Christyna came on the podcast to share her perspective of why this is important...

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159: The Similarities and Distinctions Between Addictions & Eating Disorders show art 159: The Similarities and Distinctions Between Addictions & Eating Disorders

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Amanda E. White is a licensed professional counselor and yoga teacher. She specializes in working with women with eating disorders, substance use disorders and trauma and specifically how they overlap and intersect. She is in recovery from a substance use disorder as well as eating disorder. She owns a private practice in Philadelphia, Therapy for Women. Amanda also leads yoga and mental health retreats, using the physical practice of yoga along with the power of group therapy to allow people to break free from patterns that are keeping them stuck.   Amanda shares her personal story...

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158: Exploring Enoughness in Eating and Beyond show art 158: Exploring Enoughness in Eating and Beyond

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Intuitive Eating simplified and boiled down is essentially about getting enough. Enough food, enough satisfaction, enough enjoyment, etc. The concept of enoughness is critical to explore in order to move forward with healing your relationship with food. Linda Tucker joined Paige to explore this concept in how it relates to food, body image and beyond.   Linda Tucker is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and Body Image Coach. She "helps people walk away from diet culture" while learning how to care for themselves using compassion and kindness rather than fear and/or shame. Linda uses...

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157: Demystifying Gentle Nutrition & Its Role in Intuitive Eating show art 157: Demystifying Gentle Nutrition & Its Role in Intuitive Eating

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The last principle of the Intuitive Eating book is "Honor your Health with Gentle Nutrition" and this podcast episode dives into this topic, exploring what it means, how to know you're ready, and what it looks like on a practical level.   Rachael Hartley, RD, LD, is a Columbia, SC-based nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor and nationally-recognized food and nutrition expert. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Human Nutrition and a Bachelors of Art in Psychology from Clemson University. After completing her dietetics internship at Emory University, she worked as a...

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156: Fatness in Indian Culture show art 156: Fatness in Indian Culture

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In this episode, Kimmie Singh shares her experience of the intersection of fatness in Indian culture. She shares her experience of eating disorder recovery and going to school to become a registered dietitian while being a higher weight person. She shares particular critiques of eating disorder treatment that can be more culturally sensitive as well as sharing ways Indian culture might move toward compassion for folks in various sizes. Kimmie Singh is a fat Registered Dietitian based in New York City. She completed her Master of Science in Nutrition at The University of North Carolina at...

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Nutrition Matters Podcast provides many resources and conversations exploring how people can heal from disordered eating and struggles with food. This episode goes in a different direction than the norm: Kathleen and Paige dive into providing tips and resources for those who love someone who is struggling with food. While there are many resources for those struggling, there aren't as many for those who support and love someone who struggle with food. This podcast episode does just that.

Kathleen and Paige discuss what it's like to be a support person: wrestling with feelings of guilt, not being sure what to say, not knowing how to help, and not really knowing what the balance is with being involved but caring for yourself in the meantime. 

Kathleen Meehan is Houston-based dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor with a virtual private practice. She specializes in Intuitive Eating and a weight-inclusive approach to help clients develop skills to trust their internal cues and wisdom. Kathleen partners with clients to help them rediscover the pleasure and satisfaction of food, while exploring body image concerns and unhelpful beliefs about food and eating.  Outside of counseling, Kathleen enjoys a good book, spending time in the outdoors (especially in Vermont!) and exploring new restaurants with friends and family.

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