Struggling to lose the last few kilos? Sick of hating your body or trying diets that don’t work? Wondering how to stop thinking about food all the time? The wellness world is full of dodgy ‘health’ advice. Dietitian and nutritionist Lyndi Cohen (aka The Nude Nutritionist) helps you eliminate those pesky diet rules so you can be healthy, without the wellness wankery. In this podcast, Lyndi and her co-host Jenna D'Apice talk about all things nutrition, share actionable strategies for ditching your weight loss diet, and inspire you to finally make peace with your body. From intuitive eating principles, self-care strategies, and doing our part in changing our society's definition of health, to what to do when you're constantly worried about gaining weight - we cover it all. Come join us and thousands of others on their journey to food freedom, be healthy and feel amazing! Have a question or topic you’d like us to cover? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you Lyndi for your excellent podcast. As a parent of teens and as an individual with a lifetime of eating issues, I find that every episode has something memorable and so helpful in it. Thank you again and PLEASE don’t stop podcasting for us!!
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This Podcast gives me such a motivation boost and all of the content resonates with me in some way or another. I re listen to episodes when I’m needing motivation and a reminder to stop with the diet rules and focus on nutrition and nourishment.
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