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The Nourishing Women Podcast is a women’s health podcast on all things intuitive eating, body image, holistic healing, wellness and so much more. The Nourishing Women Podcast is hosted by Victoria Myers, the dietitian, co-founder and owner of Nourishing Minds Nutrition, a virtual private practice and online education resource that specializes in empowering women to ditch the diets, heal their digestion, regulate their hormones and learn to practice wellness without obsession. This podcast is ...
 
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Today's guest is Jessie Johnson, a Board Certified Nutrition Specialist and the founder of Good Farma. As a leader in promoting sustainable food systems that prioritize transparency + planetary integrity, Jessie brings a pinch of rogue activism to her work. She believes all food should be easy, all food should be nourishing, and all food should be …
 
As we continue to explore gentle nutrition in this series, I’d love to talk to you today about nutrition hierarchy. Today we will explore the concept of nutrition hierarchy, so what matters most and least when it comes to nutrition. Because I know you, and that you tend to be fixated and worried about “doing it right” when it comes to nutrition. My…
 
Financial wellness is a realm of wellness that I feel gets left out of the conversation so often, and it’s something I am fascinated with as an idea of a way to practice wellness without obsession. As women, it's common to not feel empowered with education about managing our money, and I hope this episode helps you see that you can practice wellnes…
 
Here’s some honest truth: Weight changes are likely the #1 challenge of choosing to become an intuitive eater. And for most of us? We believe weight loss will give us better body image, when it truly never will. Sit and think about it: any time you’ve reached your “goal” weight did it feel like enough? Did you feel satisfied with your body? Or did …
 
After working long hours as a Wall Street consultant, overcommitting herself to friends and colleagues, and putting her health on the backburner, Rachael developed an autoimmune disorder that forced her to slow down. The daily gym sessions, people-pleasing social life, lack of sleep and nonexistent lunch hours had finally caught up with her, and it…
 
Welcome to another round of AMA Q&A! Join me and my wonderful assistant, Kate, for our answers to your questions about: Daily challenging of perfectionism and orthorexia Trusting the unknown Avoiding restriction with IBS and food sensitivities Reverse dieting vs. going “all in” for HA recovery Exercise recommendations for HA recovery Thank you to P…
 
Today’s guest, Lauren Sharpe, is a food freedom advocate and registered dietitian that is passionate about helping women end the binge/restrict cycle, end food guilt, feel confident in their bodies and stop thinking about food 24/7. In this episode, Lauren helps explain the true root cause of disordered eating and also explains why things like comp…
 
If you are struggling with hypothalamic amenorrhea, you may know the basics of recovery are to eat more and exercise less. But what does it mean to eat more? It’s interesting, the two most demonized macronutrients, carbohydrates and fat, will be the two most important nutrients to consider when it comes to getting your period back. In this episode,…
 
Mary Jelkovsky is the creator of Mary’s Cup of Tea, an online platform that empowers women to be more confident in their bodies and love themselves unconditionally. After recovering from an eating disorder, Mary started her Instagram account @maryscupofteaa to help women heal body-image struggles and find self-love. Now, Mary Jelkovsky is a publish…
 
Every round so far that I’ve done with Permission Stage Playbook (our online program that helps you make peace with food and body, enrollment reopening later in the fall, click here to join the waitlist), I get the question around if sugar is truly healthy or not to consume. This question almost always comes up when we are in the module discussing …
 
Dr. Kim Daniels is on a mission to build an army of women who never deny themselves the food they love, who have left behind the days of anxiety about what they weigh, and who love themselves and their bodies. And who never diet again. In this lesson we detail through the why and how your weight is not your worth. It’s rare to find a psychologist w…
 
Today on the podcast, I’m sharing with you 10 easy ways to cope with a bad body image day. This will be a short and sweet episode, which is perfect, anytime you are having one of these days, a bonus step could be coming to listen to this episode to remind you how to navigate it. The truth is, bad body image days happen. I find for a lot of my clien…
 
Today I’m excited to have guest, Meredith Renshaw on the show! Meredith is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Free Method Nutrition, a virtual group nutrition practice that exists to equip women with the skills to overcome and the wisdom to move beyond the influences of diet culture. Meredith knows it can be overwhelming to establish a healthy …
 
In today’s podcast episode, we are going to be focused on YOU and your story. I share quite a bit about my own personal journey, and bits and pieces of my clients with you, but I think it can be even more powerful to see that SO so many of us have had similar experiences when it comes to hypothalamic or post pill amenorrhea. Enjoy today’s episode w…
 
Casey Zavaleta is a strength coach, fitness educator, and nutritional therapy practitioner based in Toronto, ON. She began her career with Toronto FC in the High Performance Department where she created programs to improve athletes' high performance habits. As a personal trainer, she has found a passion for leading and coaching women to engage with…
 
Today’s episode is helping you to understand and explore what happens in your body when you have hypothalamic amenorrhea. Unlike other hormone conditions, HA is directly caused from stress to the body, namely inadequate intake and excessive exercise. This episode helps explain how this occurs, and why we lose our period when our diet and exercise b…
 
Sara Reardon is a doctor of physical therapy graduating from Washington University in St Louis and board-certified women's health physical therapist. Sara specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor disorders, including pelvic pain, bowel and bladder dysfunction, painful sex, and pregnancy and postpartum recovery. She is the owner of NOLA Pelvic H…
 
I’m excited to be bringing you a new series for the podcast! You asked for more content on gentle nutrition, so we will be beginning a gentle nutrition series, to help you explore what it looks like to care for your health through a non-diet lens. You can submit topics you’d like to see in this new series by joining our Facebook group or sending me…
 
What is your Knowing? And how can you better connect to it? Listen to today’s podcast episode, with guest Casey Newman, to help you feel nurtured and supported in how to use journaling, yoga and other mindfulness practices to better connect to your intuition. Casey is a certified holistic health coach and yoga teacher. She is here to help you step …
 
Welcome to the next round of our Ask Me Anything Q&A series! In this episode, my lovely assistant Kate asks me your listener questions about protein intake, probiotics and habitual eating habits. Click here to download our free e-book, How to Eat for Hormones. Resources for you: Learn more about our services at Nourishing Minds Nutrition. Read test…
 
Today on the podcast we have the honor of having Racheal Hartley, author of the new book Gentle Nutrition, on the show. Rachael’s book Gentle Nutrition explores what healthy eating looks like from a non-diet perspective. It teaches you how to improve your relationship with food and how take care of your body with real life tips and tools that have …
 
Listen to today’s podcast episode to understand how eating enough and intuitive eating is the #1, most important thing you can do to boost your metabolism. When you’ve been undereating and following low calorie diets it feels like you need to continue to decrease calories to get ‘results’. If this is how you feel, then listen to today’s podcast epi…
 
Click here to join Permission Stage Playbook, you have 3 final days left to join until we re-open enrollment for fall 2021! Welcome to such a special episode! I had the pleasure of being a guest on Sabreen Haziq’s podcast, the Lavender Fix Project, where she asked me her honest questions about how exactly intuitive eating works. I asked her to come…
 
I’m sure friend you turned on this episode with major curiosity because if you have food fears, it seems impossible to just let them go and move on...and doing it in 3 steps, how in the world does that happen? I am here to help. I want to start by sharing this is actually an excerpt from one of the many lessons you’ll find inside our online program…
 
Unapologetic eating means eating what you want, when you want, and how you want without feeling guilty or ashamed. Unapologetic Eating is also the name of Alissa’s new book that we discuss in detail in today’s podcast episode. Alissa Rumsey, MS, RD, CDN, CSCS is a registered dietitian, nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and …
 
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