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139: Your Holiday Food & Body Image Survival Guide

Nutrition Matters Podcast

Release Date: 10/31/2018

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Nutrition Matters Podcast

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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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In this episode, we discuss the common struggles and concerns during the holiday season with food, body image, social stress, and more. We discuss these ideas in depth:
  • Diet talk: constant chatter about calories, being “bad” for eating, losing weight, the diet they’re going to go on in January, etc.

  • All or nothing thinking: we see this all times of year but it seems to be especially bad during the holiday season where people are promising themselves that they’ll restrict again in the new year.

  • Feeling worried about family gatherings and judgement or not understanding your choices around food/eating/body image: this one is HUGE for clients. Molly provides some practical advice about how to navigate these tough social situations this time of year.

  • Mixed messages about yummy, enjoyable food experience while everyone sits around and talks about how “bad” they’re being for eating those foods.

  • If this is a hard time of year because you’ve experienced loss, or you’re struggling in other ways:

  • Skills for navigating the holiday season. Molly provides ideas and skills to practice before holiday events, during stressful times and then after difficult situations.

Just a reminder! I am taking a two-month break from podcasting during the months of November and December of 2018. Enjoy the rest of this year, everyone, and keep in touch with me via Instagram or Facebook!

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