Podcast Themes: Eating Disorders
Podcast 155: The Truth About IBS, Anxiety, and Effectiveness of the Low FODMAP “Diet” with Kate Scarlata, RDN
A diagnosis of IBS can be a real pain in the a**! Seriously, IBS impacts 25-45 million people in the U.S. alone. Today’s guest, bestselling author and gut health dietitian Kate Scarlata, explains why you shouldn’t rely on random food elimination for your IBS and she shares what to do instead.
Air Date: August 2020
Podcast 153 – Help with Picky Eating, Is it ARFID? with Rebecca Thomas, RDN
Most “picky eating” in kids and adults is just that — pickiness. But others can deal with social emotional issues and malnourishment (at any size). Joining me to discuss “supertasters” and challenges with picky eating, Rebecca Thomas, RDN. She is a dietitian and Body Kindness helping pro mentee of mine. She’s a pro at ARFID, disordered eating, and eating disorders. Tune in to get a HAES-informed perspective on support for food-related sensory issues.
Air Date: July 2020
Podcast 143: “I Developed a Restrictive Eating Disorder in Elementary School. Here’s Why It Wasn’t Diagnosed for Over a Decade” with Gloria Oladipo
Let’s talk about eating disorders that are born from culture and hidden in plain sight. My guest to share her personal story is Gloria Oladipo, a 20-year-old Black woman who developed an eating disorder in elementary school that went undiagnosed for over a decade. A student at Cornell University, Gloria also works as a freelance writer and has been published in Teen Vogue, Healthline, Wear Your Voice, Bitch Media, Bustle, and other publications.
Air Date: March 2020
Podcast 55: Resilience through an Eating Disorder with Christy Harrison, host of Food Psych Podcast, HAES Dietitian, and Intuitive Eating Counselor
Christy Harrison is a HAES dietitian and intuitive eating counselor who has also recovered from an eating disorder. Her wildly successful podcast, Food Psych, serves as an important touch point for people in recovery from eating disorders and the family and professionals who help them.
Air Date: November 2017
Podcast 41: Not all Eating Disorders are ‘To The Bone’, with Chevese Turner
When the Netflix Original “To the Bone” was released many helping professionals who work with people with eating disorders were not too happy.
The primary complaint was concern that (once again) stereotypes for eating disorders would be reinforced by centering the story around a very thin white woman.
I sat down with Chevese Turner, founder of the Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA) to discuss the myths and misconceptions about who gets eating disorders (we all do) and how we can all do better to identify and help those struggling to find recovery.
Air Date: August 2017
Podcast 20: How Dieting Disrupts Your Body’s Natural Wellbeing, with Kari Anderson
You may have heard diets don’t work. You may also know that dieting can lead to eating disorders. Both are true. But how do you actually detox yourself from the allure of diets and weight loss if you struggle with self-acceptance?
Kari Anderson says we have to practice mindfulness. It’s not “woo,” it’s the WAY. When you’re mindful to what is going on with your mood and emotions, you can make better decisions about what your body needs. Learn how dieting sets you up to eat emotionally and can lead to binge eating disorder.
Air Date: February 2017