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Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDRD talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer ...
 
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Psychotherapist and fellow certified intuitive eating counselor Devinia Noel joins us to discuss how her work as a therapist influenced her own process of re-learning intuitive eating, why using food as a coping skill isn’t a bad thing, how diet culture creates shame, the need for diversity among intuitive-eating counselors, and so much more! Plus,…
 
On Episode 28, I am joined with Sam Rigney, lead vocalist and guitar player of the band Highline. Highline is an anthem-style rock band. Since forming in 2019, they've played at various venues across Sydney including The Vanguard, Freda's, and The Lansdowne Hotel to sold-out crowds. On this episode we talk about: - Sam's music journey - Starting th…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor Katherine Metzelaar joins us to discuss orthorexia within the health-and-wellness field, the cultural shift that made it cool to eliminate foods, mourning the loss of community and connection when you stop dieting, why growing up with a peaceful relationship with food doesn’t guara…
 
Episode 27, Part B of The Passion Effect podcast - with clinical haematologist, Dr. James Morton. Dr. Morton is the founder of World’s Greatest Shave and founder of the Autism Early Intervention Outcomes Unit Foundation for Children with Autism. In January 2015 Dr. Morton was awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his significant servi…
 
On Episode 27, I am joined by clinical haematologist, Dr James Morton. Dr Morton is the founder of Shave for a Cure, which is now known as World's Greatest Shave. This initiative raises funds to support research efforts and help families affected by blood cancers. Since the event’s inception in 1998, World’s Greatest Shave has raised over $100m dol…
 
In this final episode before our hiatus, Christy shares some parting words and resources for ongoing support—including the Food Psych Weekly newsletter, an advice column on how to make peace with food and your body, heal from disordered eating and diet culture, and reclaim your life for bigger and better things. Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDRD is …
 
Eating psychology coach and body image mentor Lu Uhrich joins us to discuss how a cancer scare and chronic illness in the family made her fall prey to the Wellness Diet, how to get your period back if you’ve lost it, why it’s so easy to tumble into disordered eating with just one diet or exercise program, the process of leaving a religion and reima…
 
On Episode 26, I speak to Jen Rulon. An author, TEDx speaker, Ironman triathlete, coach of over 18 years, and business owner. The Ironman Triathlon is one of the hardest endurance events on the planet consisting of a: 2.4-mile swim, 112 mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile run. Jen is a 15x Ironman triathlete who has qualified and participated in the Iro…
 
Social worker and body-liberation coach Kent Thomas joins us to discuss the harms of gay body ideals, how queer people can use their experience of living outside cultural norms to help in healing their relationships with their bodies, his experience with diet culture in the church, the dance of advocating for the Health At Every Size® paradigm with…
 
Be Nourished co-founders Hilary Kinavey and Dana Sturtevant return to discuss the process of unlearning, including/especially for healthcare providers; wanting body liberation for others while thinking it doesn’t apply to ourselves; how diet culture reinforces perfectionism; how the wellness industry hasn’t actually improved wellness; rebuilding tr…
 
Anti-diet eating-disorder-recovery mentor, fat activist, and video content creator Daph Levy joins us to discuss her journey from being a dieting “success story” and weight-loss camp counselor to pursuing a career in eating-disorder treatment and recovery, privilege within the eating-disorder-treatment field, the feeling of not belonging and dietin…
 
On Episode 25, I speak to Dr Mervyn Wilkinson, internationally recognised for his work in the field of organisational culture and change. He is an author, keynote speaker, and presenter – who facilitates new leadership and management strategies. He is a respected member of Stanford’s Who’s Who program – which is an elite organisation of selected ex…
 
Health At Every Size® therapist Nancy Ellis-Ordway joins us to discuss weight stigma in education, healthcare, and beyond; why individual health behaviors are less important than they’re made out to be; the evolution of HAES® over time; the role of money and industry in perpetuating diet culture; and so much more. Plus, Christy shares some big news…
 
Media studies scholar and author Emily Contois returns to the podcast to discuss gender dynamics in food media and marketing; her new book, Diners, Dudes, and Diets: How Gender and Power Collide in Food Media and Culture; the avatar of The Dude; the parallels between Dad Bod and body positivity; and so much more. Plus, ”Ask Food Psych” guest co-hos…
 
On Episode 24, I speak to Serena Christie, founder of KOBI premium cork handbags. KOBI's premium cork handbags provide women with an eco-friendly alternative to traditional leather and plastic-based handbags. Recently, KOBI was featured in the travel and indulgence section of The Weekend Australian newspaper. Kobi Cork Handbags Website: https://kob…
 
Anti-diet dietitian Dalina Soto joins us to discuss navigating boundaries, diet talk, and beauty standards in Latinx communities and Western culture; the lack of diversity in dietetics; what she learned in her first jobs as a Spanish-speaking dietitian; her relationship with her postpartum body; and so much more. Plus, in “Ask Food Psych,” Christy …
 
Anti-diet dietitian and Intuitive Eating co-author Elyse Resch returns to Food Psych to discuss the role of satisfaction in intuitive eating, the nuances of hunger and fullness, intuitive eating in eating-disorder treatment, the forthcoming Intuitive Eating Journal and Intuitive Eating Card Deck, and so much more. Plus, in “Ask Food Psych,” Christy…
 
In Episode 23, I speak to Jacky Barker, Social Media Consultant and founder of In the Cove. In the Cove is an organisation focussed on informing local residents in the Lane Cove area here in Sydney, Australia about events and stories happening within the community. Today we are here to talk about: What makes a strong community and how do you foster…
 
Social worker and anti-diet activist Ashley Seruya joins us for a second FAQ episode, where she and Christy respond to more questions about Health At Every Size®, including what to do if you feel uncomfortable in your body at a higher weight, how to handle chronic illness, why food-intolerance diagnoses are often problematic, the effect of health b…
 
Anti-diet dietitian and mental health counselor Aleta Storch joins us to discuss diet culture in the ADHD and autoimmune disorder communities, her and Christy’s experiences of living with chronic illness, how social determinants of health are often ignored or twisted to uphold diet culture, wellness culture and its stigmatization of medication, and…
 
Coach, author, and Anti Diet Riot Club co-creator Harri Rose joins us to discuss how to avoid The Wellness Diet and other forms of diet culture in the New Year, how diet culture is trying to infiltrate the anti-diet movement, the harms of social media despite being a tool for connection, life beyond body positivity, and so much more. Plus, in ”Ask …
 
Plus-size fitness influencer and author Meg Boggs joins us to discuss how she made peace with food and her body after decades of disordered eating and weight stigma; how her relationship with social media has evolved from documenting her “weight-loss journey” to body positivity; how pregnancy and motherhood helped spark her healing from diet cultur…
 
Anti-diet therapist Haley Jones joins us to discuss how their queer and trans identities affected their relationship with food and body, how autism gave them a different perspective on authority and hierarchical relationships, how fatphobia shows up in training programs for counselors and therapists, being “in recovery” vs. being “recovered,” and s…
 
On Episode 21, I speak to Creative Director and Cinematographer at Emulsion Media, Harrison Upfold. Emulsion Media is a digital content creation company composed of young creatives with a passion for Media Production. Today Harry is here to tell us about his journey in media production, what he sees as the big trends in media production, as well as…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Carrie Dennett joins us to discuss her experiences with “successful” dieting and being part of the National Weight Control Registry (NWCR), why she ultimately stopped dieting and embraced Health At Every Size®, the many problems with the NWCR, why the vast majority of …
 
Eating-disorders therapist Haica Rosenfeld joins us to discuss how her father’s binge eating and bariatric surgery affected her own relationship with food and body, strategies for responding to diet talk, the Stages of Change as they relate to anti-diet messaging, bringing HAES to Spanish-speaking communities, and so much more. Plus, in “Ask Food P…
 
In Episode 20, I speak to social entrepreneur and communication/presenting skills coach, Aaron Ngan. Aaron is the CEO of JA Australia, an organisation that runs entrepreneurship and financial literacy classes for primary, high school, and university students. He’s a keynote speaker and presents workshops focussed on entrepreneurship and leadership.…
 
Anti-diet dietitian and Intuitive Eating co-author Evelyn Tribole makes her third appearance on the pod to discuss the new fourth edition of Intuitive Eating and how the book has evolved with each edition, the research that supports intuitive eating, the impact of diet culture and the weight-loss industry, her thoughts on intuitive eating and food …
 
Anti-diet writer, speaker, and podcaster Melissa Toler returns to discuss her new podcast, Hearing Our Own Voice; redefining health and wellness to be more inclusive; why fear is not a motivator for behavior change; finding intrinsic motivation for movement; and so much more. Plus, in “Ask Food Psych,” Christy answers a listener question about what…
 
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