In this episode I’m chatting with Whitney Catalano, RDN is an anti-diet Registered Dietitian helping people break free from the diet/binge cycle, heal their relationship with food, make peace with their bodies, and take the power back from their inner bullies. She is the host of the popular podcast, Trust Your Body Project, where she treats her listeners to interviews with guest experts as well as solo episodes.
Trust Your Body Project is not just a podcast but a growing social media movement aimed towards eliminating societal cultures around important topics such as weight stigma, eating disorders, emotional eating, fat culture, and “food addiction”, amongst others.
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IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS:
- What first motivated her to become a Registered Dietician
- Why “losing weight” always felt intrinsically wrong to her
- How she navigates comments like “It’s so unethical to tell people to eat sugar”
- Having food autonomy vs. shame
- How our mindset/fears directly affect our digestion
- The effects of chronic dieting
- Her experience as a debutant and fitting into a dress
- What it was like for her to reclaim her power, make peace with her body
- Femanine archetypes (flow) vs. Masculine archetypes (hustle)
- How the entrepreneur culture is similar to diet culture
- When mindful eating can turn into a diet
- Challenges associated with dealing with leaving the safety of your “non-diet bubble” when in recovery from diet culture
- What most people are truly struggling with: to feel like you need to change in order to be worthy and acceptable to receive love
- Her thoughts of Overeaters Anonymous
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Jennifer CFebruary 25, 2020 at 12:48 am
Another AWESOME ???? guest Engrid. You find the most interesting guests and have a great rapport with all of them. I re-listen to SO many of your podcasts because I resonate with so much of what you articulate. You have a beautiful spirit. Thank you 4 being you ????????