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You can put an end to food obsessions, body dissatisfaction and cravings. You can make peace with food and your body and have the energy and vitality you want! And you can be healthy without dieting. I'm Carolyn Coker Ross, MD and I'm a specialist in treating binge eating, food addiction and emotional eating and I'd love to teach you how to regain your self-confidence, end your struggle with food and weight and be free to live your life again.
 
Helping women makes peace with food and their body since 2016. This podcast is about empowering women to live their life confidently & unconditionally. I'm Stephanie Dodier Clinical Nutritionist & Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Intuitive Eating Expert and I'd love to help you go Going Beyond The Food ! The Going Beyond The Food Method™️ is the feminist approach to food and body. We live in a world dominate by diet culture and patriarchy, with its relentless pressure to be thin, keeping ...
 
Coach MK (Fleming) is the founder of Fitness Protection, LLC. She is a run coach not life coach, but we're never really talking about the running! She isn't afraid to call out, and push back against, Diet Culture and its impact on her runners. She is committed to ensuring that no runner discounts their own badassery while combatting fatphobia and sizeism in the fitness industry. This podcast is geared towards every runner who won’t lose their home or health insurance if they show up to the c ...
 
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When is it time to go full-time in your non-diet practice? This could mean starting a new business. Or This could mean transitioning your practice to a non-diet approach. This question is a frequent one and a good one. On the podcast today, I discuss this question with my guest Kelsey Murphy. Kelsey Murphy is a Business & Life Coach working with Fo…
 
"Pregnancy can be an intense time for women with eating disorders." Most eating disorders, including binge eating disorder, food addiction, and emotional eating occur in women during their reproductive years. It’s not unusual for someone with an eating disorder to also be pregnant or for relapse of an eating disorder to occur during or after a preg…
 
Today we will answer two major questions I get when I teach health professionals about the non-diet approach. Usually, these questions come right on the tail end of the first time being introduced to the Non-Diet Approach. What are those questions that almost all health professionals have at their first encounter with the non-Diet approach? But, wh…
 
This year, there's no Tiger King to save us...so what do we do? How do we train for the rest of the year? At the time of recording, the mask mandate had just been lifted nationwide, with the promise that small group gatherings may be possible by July 4th. Though there are signs that the worst of the pandemic is behind us, we are still a long ways a…
 
How to attract clients that are ready to do the work? Right now, clients coming to me want to lose weight? What should I do? These are the questions that the newest episode of the Beyond The Food Pro series podcast will be answering. Inside of our Non-Diet Mentorship program, we spend two months crafting our marketing strategy, implement a non-diet…
 
"How would you eat if you weren’t trying to lose weight?" - Rachael Hartley My guest, Rachael Hartley, and I will discuss how to change your relationship with food from one of eating only to lose weight to do what she calls “gentle eating.” She discusses her approach to gentle nutrition and intuitive eating. Rachael also talks about how trauma can …
 
Welcome back to Season 3 of The Beyond The Food Pro series We polled our community earlier this year and asked you which question you would love to have discussed on the Pro Series podcast. This is how we created our line-up for Season 3. We answer the following question: How do you run a non-diet coaching session? (Episode 1) How do I attract the …
 
Digestive health... or as wellness culture calls it gut health is a hot topic these days. According to wellness culture, many diseases could be prevented and treated with a gut health protocol. In short: restrictive dieting in the name of health with a side of supplements and detox sprinkle with infra-red sauna. Gut health is a major concern for ma…
 
"Research has shown that HALF of all the foods Americans eat are ultra-processed “industrial formulations.” There's been a lot of talk about whether foods can be addictive or not. In truth, there are a group of foods, called “ultra-processed industrial formulations” that have been engineered in the nutrition lab and that contain high amounts of fat…
 
Is there a Non-diet Approach to PCOS? In case you do not know PCOS is the medical abbreviation for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome which affects roughly 10% of women of childbearing age in America. That’s 5 million women. The top 2 treatment recommendations for PCOS are a very low carbohydrate diet with the hope to lower insulin levels and weight loss. M…
 
This is part 2 and the final episode in this 2-part series on thought work. If you haven’t listened to Part 1, and especially if you are new to thought work, I’d suggest you go and listen to Part 1 first. In part one, I told you if you are at war with yourself, knowing you can’t go back on a diet but refuse to accept your body... stuck in the duali…
 
This is going to be a 2-part podcast… Why 2 parts? Well, this is such an important topic, and I want to be sure I can unpack it well for you. I want to give you time to reflect in between. Most importantly, I want to teach you the basics of TW, and so I can teach you how specifically it applies to women and diet culture. I believe that thought work…
 
Whether you've been stressed about your health, suffered losses, tired of the quarantine, had financial stressors, working long hours, or had a relationship breakup, stress has become a constant irritant for many of us. If you're struggling with binge eating, emotional eating, or food addiction, your eating behaviors may be the first sign that you …
 
In my opinion, being pregnant, giving birth, and raising a child is the most magical power of women. In fact, our bodies as women are capable of creating life. That is to say, we have the power to bring another human to life. Can we let that sink in for a minute? We create life. Our bodies have the capacity to expand in such a way that we can creat…
 
Co-opting intuitive eating is frustrating, problematic and dangerous, but it’s not a surprise. Intuitive eating is growing in popularity and growing fast. Take a look at the google trend search over the last 5 years. It’s clear: people are starting to be done with dieting. That is to say, people want out from diet culture and are looking for option…
 
"Body image is the picture you hold in your mind of your body." When you hold a negative picture or are dissatisfied with your body, it can be a significant predictor of compulsive overeating, binge eating, emotional distress, depression, and problems in your relationships. Having positive feelings about your body if you are in a bigger body may be…
 
Let’s look at a few questions: Do you think that the ultimate goal of making peace with your body is to love your body? I mean, being able to look at your body in the mirror and love every part of it? Perhaps you think that you should be able to put on a bikini and be able to show off your body to everyone looking with pride? Perhaps you think that…
 
I’ll be teaching a in depth live class titled "Normalizing Weight Gain Masterclass" I’ll share what I have learn in my own journey of gaining weight following years of dieting and restriction. After going thru my own journey and coaching hundreds of women thru this process I have developed a comprehensive & let’s just say unique to neutralize weigh…
 
Weight gain is a very sensitive, vulnerable and emotional topic for most women. The ability and willingness to openly talk about weight gain is different for each one of us. It’s estimated that by the time most women hit their 45th birthday, statistically speaking, we’ve tried 61 diets, plans, programs, detoxes, cleanses, meal plans, regime, an eat…
 
"There is no one diet that works for everyBODY." Despite the research, many people continue to look for a "perfect diet" (diet to go on) and cycle from one fad diet to the next, hoping that they will find a quick fix or a solution to their food and body image issues. They are often excited when starting a new fad diet, then disappointed when they a…
 
I have been wanting to talk about gentle nutrition for years but couldn’t or rather choose not to until now. I hold a great level of responsibility for the topic I chose to discuss on this podcast. Moreover, what could happen after the episode is over. In the case of intuitive eating & nutrition, I couldn’t send you to any entry-level resources bey…
 
A few years back, I was browsing Instagram, and I noticed a hashtag trending #womeneatingfood. I scrolled through and what I saw was magical: thousands of women eating food absolutely without giving an ounce of worry. Women eating unapologetically. That’s how I discovered Alissa Rumsey. And since then, Alissa has been on the podcast twice and been …
 
There are over 200 million searches on Google for the term “food addiction.” Food addiction affects a large number of individuals, even though it's not accepted as a true diagnosis (yet) by the medical profession. Using the Yale Food Addiction Scale, 5-10% of the general population test positive for food addiction. Over half of individuals diagnose…
 
From Coach Nikkia: This is my podcast, passion project, sounding board, and my gift to those that want to listen. Everybody has got a podcast, tons of topics, a whole bunch of hosts, and lots of people who are probably way more eloquent than I am but I have something to say and this is why you should listen to your girl *Kia Rae* To subscribe: @Tal…
 
Dieting backlash is the counter-reaction to food restriction, aka dieting. Things like "food cravings," urges to eat the restricted foods, nighttime eating, "overeating," binging, weight regain, depression, anxiety… that's all dieting backlash, also known as rebound eating. Here's where it gets interesting... women who deliberately restrict their f…
 
Let's unpack comfort eating or eating for comfort. Comfort is defined as a state of ease and freedom from pain or constraint. When we eat for comfort, we feel uncomfortable; we don't want to feel discomfort, so we look for a solution to not feel comfortable and that solution is food. So we comfort eat. Sounds like a pretty legitimate action… it is …
 
"Everyone's experience of grief is unique - there is no "right" way to grieve." Grief is a normal reaction to any major loss. If you've lost a loved one during the pandemic, you may have experienced complicated grief. The normal feelings of yearning and sadness may have been complicated by not being able to be with your loved one or not even being …
 
People-pleasing isn't a character trait or, for that matter, a personality trait that we are born with. In fact, people-pleasing is a belief, a set of thoughts that we as women are socialized to. More precisely, we aren't socialized or educated to be people-pleasers… we are socialized to be "good girls". The Good Girl Syndrome is like a character w…
 
"Depriving yourself of foods you crave just sets you up for more cravings" Are you struggling with food cravings? Well, you're not alone. At least 50% of people experience food cravings on a regular basis. If you have binge eating, emotional eating, or food addiction, these cravings can threaten to overwhelm you and lead to unwanted behaviors. You …
 
This podcast is going to be for every woman - every woman who has been targeted by dieting ads. I have chosen this title for a reason: "Tuning out the weight loss industry" instead of "tuning out diet culture" for a reason: to reach more women. When you are at the beginning of your journey shifting out of dieting, the word diet culture doesn't mean…
 
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