Episode 16: Tracy Brown & Fighting Fear of Weight Gain

Episode 16: Tracy Brown & Fighting Fear of Weight Gain

On Episode 16 we are joined by Tracy Brown, a registered dietitian based in Florida. She shared insight about common fears about trusting the intuitive eating process, especially fears that focus on weight gain and body changes.

Tracy is a somatic nutrition therapist/dietitian, attuned eating coach and embodiment teacher.  She helps people come home to themselves through their bodies  by healing their relationship with food and weight, as well as feel safer and less stressed in their bodies.  For 12 years she has guided people one on one and in group settings to heal from disordered eating and chronic dieting. She also provides training and supervision to health professionals as well at https://tracybrownrd.lpages.co/nondiet-counseling-skills/.

Then stay tuned after the interview for some conversation about how to handle leftovers after a major holiday. These tips are evergreen and can be used anytime you face a fridge full of leftovers and want to ditch the diet mentality. 

 

 

 

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Episode 15: Abby Flores & Full Figured Fashion

Episode 15: Abby Flores & Full Figured Fashion

On Episode 15 we are joined by Abby Flores, the owner of two boutique clothing shops in the Kansas City area. Her passion for size-inclusive fashion is on display at Lady Bye and Coco, sister shops that embody the pillars of style, community, and empowerment. In this episode, we talk about the challenges of sourcing and curating wardrobes for diverse body sizes and the way she navigates the fashion industry in order to create a positive shopping experience for anyone who walks through her doors. 

Stay tuned as well for an exciting announcement about the upcoming WIND Conference (Weight Inclusive Nutrition and Dietetics), as well as some tips to help you navigate the holiday season with an intuitive eating mindset, instead of a dieting mindset. Enjoy!

 

 

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Episode 14: Sydney Cavero-Egúsquiza & Coping with Anxiety

Episode 14: Sydney Cavero-Egúsquiza & Coping with Anxiety

On Episode 14 we are joined by Sydney Cavero-Egúsquizaa registered dietitian based in Oklahoma. She is the first – and currently, the only – certified intuitive eating counselor in the state! She joins us to talk about her experience with intuitive eating and how she discovered the coping mechanisms that helped her address anxiety. We also explore the nuance of intuitive eating and share examples of how making peace with food can vary from person to person. 

Be sure to check out the Show Notes for the links we mention in the episode and to learn more about Sydney! Plus, join our free intuitive eating group on Facebook or head to our homepage to subscribe to our newsletter. 

 

 

 

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Episode 13: Carly Weinstein & Finding Balance During Change

Episode 13: Carly Weinstein & Finding Balance During Change

On Episode 13 we are joined by Carly Weinstein, an active college student and the founder of Au Courant Life, a personal development blog dedicated to helping women lead happy and successful lives.Through the sharing of knowledge, advice, and everyday experiences, the goal of Au Courant Life is break down society’s standards and teach women how to choose a positive path in life. Carly strives to encourage individuality and self-respect and to inspire women to be strong, empowered, and unique individuals. 

In the episode we talk about how turmoil in your personal life can lead to the loss of your identity. Carly shares how she handled a difficult transition and how it led her to intuitive eating. As a college student, she continues to reject diet culture, even amidst the pressures of sorority life on a college campus. 

This week, stay tuned afterwards for more conversation about the nuance of intuitive eating. We share an example of a common “intuitive eating in the wild” question and talk through the thought process we use when we have a day when hunger cues are more or less completely absent. 

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