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This is a solo real talk episode, laying out the many ways in which "weight management" is an expression of weight stigma. This one may feel a little uncomfortable, but discomfort is often part of growth and change. I'm here for it. (And I was there with you, a few years ago!)
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Things mentioned in the show:
- This Instagram post
- Why the 3500-calorie rule is antiquated and wrong (CW: some weight-centric language)
- The AMA's decision to pathologize "obesity"
- Weight Inclusive Nutrition & Dietetics (WIND) Facebook group for practitioners
- WIND Courses
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