Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDS talks with guests and answers listener questions about making peace with food, healing from disordered eating, learning body acceptance, practicing intuitive eating, escaping harmful wellness culture, and more--all from a body-positive, anti-diet perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer and anti-diet dietitian. This podcast challenges diet culture in all its forms--including the restrictive behaviors that often masquerade as wellness and fitness. Food Psych® is designed to offer safe and non-triggering support for listeners in recovery from eating disorders, weight stigma, and body shame. Subscribe for new anti-diet inspiration every week! Learn more and get full show notes and transcripts at christyharrison.com/foodpsych (Disclaimer: All content in this p... more
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Katie Dalebout guest-hosts the show to interview Christy about her new book, The Wellness Trap! Christy shares why she wanted to write a book about wellness, the potential harms of integrative and functional medicine (and why we’re understandably att... more
In the penultimate episode of Food Psych, Christy answers an audience question about the wellness-culture trend of monitoring every bodily function, and whether it’s compatible with intuitive eating. more
Nutritionist and author Laura Thomas joins us to discuss what it’s like for kids living in the long shadow of “clean eating,” the “almond mom” trend on TikTok, the "wellness to woo pipeline," how parents and caregivers can let go of wellness-culture ... more
This is a salve for my soul
I listened to two and that was enough for me. The shade being thrown on your alternative med peers and the value of them trying to figure out the root cause of health issues was alarming. Episode 299. You’re addressing a gal that you suspect is going through peri menopause who is looking for answers to her ailments and you completely disregard that eating healthy to support hormone balance is an important factor??? Although many people do well and can come off their medications with eating appro... more
I don't know how I just now noticed that you're back, but my day has just been made!!! 😍😍
Updated Review 3/27/2023 more
This woman telling obese people it’s ok to eat for reasons other than hunger. It’s ok to eat when bored, or emotional, or other reasons. The very notion that a person who has NO proper satiety or hunger signals due to hormone disregulation that comes along with obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, etc, it’s ignorance. If obese people had proper hunger signaling they wouldn’t be obese. I know. Lifelong obese person here who lived that. Every day. Only after months of fasting and eating low car... more
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