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Insatiable

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Insatiable

Ali Shapiro, MS, CHHC

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Are you fed up with food? Disgusted by diets? Bitter about the whole body-beauty industry? This is *not* another weight-loss program. Host Ali Shapiro, Founder of Truce With Food, dedicated academic, and well-known health and nutrition coach, shares a more truthful approach to curbing your cravings, emotional eating, bingeing, bargaining, and other diet derailments. Join Ali for interviews, practical advice, and radically honest discussions about food, truth, transformation and reform.
 
Florence Ion, a veteran tech journalist and lifetime computer lover, talks to her friends, colleagues, and folks from varying industries on how they leverage technology to improve their lives and the lives of others. This podcast aims to be jargon-free. It's fit for anyone with a little love for the computers, tablets, smartphones, and smartwatches making their world turn.
 
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Vital Voices Podcast

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Vital Voices Podcast

Vital Voices Global Partnership

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The Vital Voices Podcast highlights women leaders and change-makers from around the world. Hosted by Vital Voices President and CEO, Alyse Nelson, the Vital Voices Podcast provides a space for extraordinary women to be heard. To learn more about Vital Voices, visit www.VitalVoices.org. Follow us on Twitter (@VitalVoices), Instagram (@VitalVoices) and like us on Facebook (facebook.com/VitalVoices)! You can also donate to Vital Voices by texting VITAL to 41444.
 
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In this special Insatiable podcast episode, I celebrate a major milestone: 30 years as a cancer survivor. I’ll share how what resolved my acne, depression, IBS, infertility, and out of control eating was learning how to redefine health beyond losing weight and learning to trust in my body feeling satisfied, not sacrificing and suffering. And how th…
 
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Joining me in today's episode is my friend and fellow registered dietitian, Sally of Real Mom Nutrition. Sally is sharing with us today all about her new meal planning system -- the "No Stress Dinner Planner." In the episode, we discuss the importance of inventorying your kitchen before going to the store, the freedom that comes with knowing it's "…
 
Should you take collagen? Will it help your skin, joints and gut health? These are questions many women are asking as collagen supplements pop up on store shelves everywhere. But where there is hype, there isn't always data to support it. Today's guest -- Marie Spano -- clears the air on what we do and don't know about collagen as a daily supplemen…
 
Today's episode kicks off part 2 of Season 5 and is the perfect follow-up to my previous two episodes - The Scalp Cooling (Cold Capping) Episodes: Part 1 & Part 2. In the show, I interview Nancy Marshall from The Rapunzel Project, whose mission is to create awareness of the existence and efficacy of scalp cooling therapy. Resources mentioned in the…
 
Confidence is foundational to satiation or as Andrea defines satiation, fulfillment. Too often, we think confidence comes from weight loss, in a bottle promising beauty or is something we are born with. The good news is confidence is a skill-set and involves as Andrea Owen says in her new book, Make Some Noise, unlearning how we’ve been socialized …
 
President of Google.org, Jacquelline Fuller, joins Alyse Nelson on the heels of the announcement of the 34 selected organizations for Google.org's $25M Impact Challenge for Women and Girls. They discussed the importance of private sector collaborations with organizations like Vital Voices, a partner on the Challenge, how we can realistically create…
 
We live in a world that teaches us to battle our bodies. Fight your hunger. Battle your weight. The war on mental health. This omnipresent battle narrative makes it appear natural and the only choice is to battle our bodies. Is there another way? Yes. In fact, there are lots of other ways. My client Kristin Leslie joins us to discuss how challengin…
 
Today's episode is a follow-up to last week's Part 1 episode about my experience using Scalp Cooling through Dignitana as a part of keeping my hair during chemotherapy. In this episode, I interview my friend Margaret about her experience (and success!) "cold capping" with a different system. In the show we discuss: Why it's important to understand …
 
In case you missed it, I recently shared on my blog a full-length picture-based update on my experience with scalp cooling/cold capping. You can read more about it and see the pictures, here. In today's episode, the first in a series about my experience, I'm interviewing Melissa Bourestom, VP of Communications for Dignitana (the parent company of D…
 
Platinum-selling artist Serena Ryder had her worst fear come true when she ended up in a mental hospital. Her recent album, The Art of Falling Apart, invites listeners to join her mental wellness journey and helps us understand the importance of sitting with the uncomfortable moments and the wisdom in their messages. In our interview together, we d…
 
Did being gluten-free used to feel easy and now it feels depriving? Or maybe you’re burned out and getting back in shape sounds great but feels too much. Or like me recently, you’re on a roll and then you fall off track. To the untrained eye, there’s a willpower and discipline problem. Yet when you understand the connection between emotional satisf…
 
This podcast episode is sponsored by Swerve. Eating desserts daily may not sound like the mantra of a dietitian, but it's become mine this past year. While my experience this year hasn't softened my resolve to pursue total body wellness to its fullest extent even in light of my diagnosis, it has shown me that health at all costs isn't where I want …
 
This is one of those topics you never really want to have the experience to write with great authority, yet here I am. Today, I’m officially four months out from my last chemo treatment, more than 6 months out from my first surgery, and finished with radiation. I will forever be grateful for the many cards, flowers, gifts, care packages, meals, and…
 
In her new book, Call of the Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken our Own Power and Use it for Good, Kimberly Ann Johnson gives us the critical language to understand our nervous system and why this matters for us to heal trauma and feel enough. An important part of trauma work is building our capacity to be with pleasure and satisfaction. In our inter…
 
As interest has grown in recent years in "cleaning up" the beauty industry, specialty brands have popped up all over the internet. But what about those times you want to just "run to the store" for a jar of moisturizer? Are there any cleaner beauty buys available at the drugstore? Fortunately, the answer is Yes! Unfortunately, they aren't easy to s…
 
Learning to cook was an important step in ending my food battle. And then post-Truce with Food, I found myself less interested in food, cooking included. Cooking became “assembling”. We still ate most of our meals at home; it just became some version of frozen vegetable, rice and chicken, give or take some garlic powder. Meh but manageable. Then we…
 
To kick off Season 5 and in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, today I'm releasing the full-length version of the Breast Cancer Diagnosis episode that was shared in April with members of my Wellness Exclusive group. After many months of treatment, surgery and time away, I've re-calibrated some of my workload and decided to put that group on ho…
 
When we think of feeling satisfied from food, we often think satisfaction comes from more and more food and/or sweet/salty foods. Yet with some basic body knowledge, we can decode what’s actually happening instead of thinking more willpower is the answer. And in the end, feel more satisfied from healthy food and in control of indulgences. After som…
 
Melissa Shang, disability rights activist, joined host, Alyse Nelson, for a special International Youth Day discussion on advocacy and the power of young voices. Born with a form of muscular dystrophy called Charcot-Marie-Tooth, Melissa has worked throughout her young-adult life to incorporate anti-ableist conversation into popular discourse. In th…
 
Ali pops in to share exciting news on Insatiable Season 12 and Truce with Food certification for those healing professionals who value coaching mastery, depth, and deep client impact starting in September 2021. She also shares and a personal update on her transition into Motherhood and post-partum weight loss journey, including her radically differ…
 
Her Royal Highness, Intisar AlSabah, Kuwaiti social entrepreneur, philanthropist, and princess of the House of Al Sabah, joined host, Alyse Nelson, for a discussion on how we can use lessons learned from overcoming adversity to empower others. A survivor of domestic abuse and military occupation, Her Royal Highness explores how traumatic events in …
 
Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Chair and founding member of the Council of Women World Leaders, and current President of the Mary Robinson Foundation Climate Change joined host, Alyse Nelson for a discussion on her experience as a woman leader in Irish politics and global organizations, mental hea…
 
Cici Battle, social impact strategist, organizer, and facilitator, joined host, Alyse Nelson, for a discussion on Juneteenth and how the United States must move beyond performative solidarity in order to address its deep-rooted issues with race and equality. By reflecting on the events of the past year, including the murder of George Floyd, the glo…
 
TW || Former Mexican congresswomen and life-long advocate against gender-based violence in Mexico, Adriana Hinojosa Céspedes, joined the Vital Voices Podcast with host Alyse Nelson, to discuss Mexico’s ongoing femicide crisis, the strength of women in this time of uncertainty, and the hope that is generated from small steps of progress in the fight…
 
Visionary Entrepreneur and Co-founder of Women in Business Development Inc in Samoa, Adi Tafuna’i joined host Alyse Nelson to discuss her pioneering work revitalizing the local economy in Samoa by building female entrepreneurship using locally-sources resources and tapping into external markets. Adi and Alyse discuss the impact climate change has h…
 
Career diplomat and NDI Director for Women, Gender and Democracy Sandra Pepera joined host Alyse Nelson on the podcast to discuss her career building inclusive, resilient democracy. Sandra reflected on the need to focus on creating systems that push for culture change to really secure lasting impact when it comes to greater gender equity and repres…
 
The COVID behavioral health trajectory mirrors the out-of-control eating cycle. The toll of our COVID era is why many of us turned to food for the first time or eating issues returned for others. Or for others, it got worse, better, or stayed all-or-nothing. If we can understand our COVID eating has deeper root causes than “willpower” or “disciplin…
 
Democratic activist and economist Obiageli (Oby) Ezekwesili joined host Alyse Nelson to discuss how her leadership style has been shaped by a staunch commitment to her values and deep community engagement. Leading by example, Oby explains how she uses her power to empower community voices around her, coaching a new generation of leaders who are dri…
 
Future for Us Founder and Leadership Incubator Fellow Sage Ke'alohilani Quiamno sat down with host Alyse Nelson to discuss her passion for equity and her fight to get more women of color in leadership within the modern workplace. Sage shared how dealing with her own experiences of discrimination in the workplace motivated her to put her passion for…
 
Thanks for all the prayers and well wishes over the last few weeks. I'm sharing today a portion of what's been happening with me including my recent breast cancer diagnosis. I'm also specifically sharing details about how mammograms, to a certain extent, failed me over the last few years and encouraging women to do self-breast exams and perhaps jus…
 
Outspoken Congolese radio journalist and co-founder of the South Kivu Women’s Media Association Chouchou Namegabe sat down with host Alyse Nelson to discuss Chouchou’s efforts enacting cultural change surrounding sexual assault and gender-based violence. Throughout her career, she has focused on bringing the stories of survivors to light by leverag…
 
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