Podcast Themes: Intuitive Eating
Episode 154: How to Cope with Your Emotions with Kindness with Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch authors of Intuitive Eating
Intuitive Eating is out with a 4th edition and the co-authors Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch are on the show to discuss what you can expect in the newest edition and we answer listener questions about struggles with intuitive eating.
Air Date: July 2020
Podcast 138: Why being “ANTI-diet” is “pro” health with Christy Harrison, HAES dietitian, host of Food Psych podcast and author of Anti-Diet
As more people become aware of words like “body positivity” and “anti-diet” it opens the door for confusion — what does it actually mean and is it really good for health? What makes something a “diet? Christy Harrison’s book Anti-Diet lays out the historical context of dieting and weight stigma, seeking to explain why not dieting at all is actually better for your health. We discuss why healthcare providers must examine how we oppress people operating in a weight normative model of care and how we can create a better, healthier world when we commit to anti-oppression.
Air Date: December 2019
Podcast 132: Intuitive Eating: The history, growth and impact with co-creators Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch
Created in 1995, Intuitive Eating has exploded in cultural awareness in recent years. In this episode, I sat down with co-creators Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch to talk about intuitive eating’s origins, the evolution toward weight inclusive wellness and why they reworked the material for the newest edition (to be released June 2020) as anti-diet. Plus I read letters from four fellow dietitians at various stages of their careers to share the impact it has made on them personally and professionally.
Air Date: October 2019
[Repost] Episode 26: Be the Expert on Your Body: Intuitive Eating as an act of Body Kindness with Evelyn Tribole, co-author of Intuitive Eating book and workbook
The co-creator of Intuitive Eating, Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD wants people to understand that dieting is associated with weight gain, the opposite of its promised intention.
On this podcast, we chat about how we use intuitive eating as a model for being the expert on your body when it comes to nourishment. We swap client stories of struggles and how we have helped them overcome their challenges. We dig into the research a bit to show the positive, life-enhancing benefits of ditching diets for intuitive eating.
Air Date: August 2019
Episode 92: Talking About Food and Bodies in the Home with Anna Lutz, RDN
I discuss Body Kindness in the family with a fellow HAES dietitian and mom, Anna Lutz. You’ll hear us chat about topics like how to approach food at home that supports HAES and why it is never a good idea to label foods as good or bad, how to support kids of all sizes, how to talk about yourself and others’ bodies with kids, how to talk to children about nutrition at a developmentally appropriate level.
Anna is a Nutrition Therapist based in Raleigh, NC and she specializes in eating disorders and pediatric/family nutrition. She studied Psychology at Duke University and she has a .Master of Public Health degree in Nutrition from The University of North Carolina.
Air Date: September 2018
Episode 42: Intuitive Eating for Families, with Elyse Resch, co-creator of Intuitive Eating
Elyse Resch knows all about Intuitive Eating because she is the co-author of the Intuitive Eating book and workbook, along with previous podcast guest Evelyn Tribole.
In this episode, we talk about Intuitive Eating in the family dynamic. We are all born with an internal wisdom, but we get pulled away by diet culture and external regulation of eating – even as young kids with well-intentioned parents.
Air Date: August 2017
Episode 37: Bringing Body Kindness in the Family with Leslie Schilling
I sat down with my long time friend, fellow dietitian, mama, and co-author of Born to Eat, Leslie Schilling. We share our experience as kids with family members who dieted and how we began to notice the inter-generational impact of dieting as adults with kids of our own. But that’s just the warm up.
We chat about her amazing book, Born to Eat, which we joke is like “body kindness for babies”. You’ll learn all about how Leslie came to embrace baby led weaning as a feeding approach for her family and then show me and her co-author, our friend and chef/dietitian Wendy Jo Peterson how to do this approach without freaking out.
Air Date: June 2017
Episode 3: Learn & Grow Part 3 – Reflections on Intuitive Eating from Principles to Practice
In the third episode of our Body Kindness for Beginners podcast series “Learn and Grow” Bernie and I reflect on ways in which the practice of intuitive eating has helped him reject dieting and we discover new growth opportunities going forward.
Tune in if you’ve ever felt confused about what the heck intuitive eating is and why it may be exactly what you need in your life. (Hint, the goal is to heal your relationship to food, not lose weight)
Air Date: February 2016