How to End Food & Body Shame

“I learned that I could love my body without losing weight.”

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Inside the Episode

We are tackling a topic that’s a bit personal for us—our relationship with food and body shaming. There’s nothing wrong with trying to make our bodies healthier, but it can lead us to a place where we struggle to stick to our resolutions and set unrealistic goals, which can lead to an unhealthy relationship with our self-worth. In this episode, we discuss how diet culture and weight stigma is an unhealthy way to view ourselves and others, how to heal our emotional relationship with our bodies, and how engaging food from a place of joy can make us healthier.

Key Takeaways

  • False scripts are the narratives we believe about where we will find happiness.
  • The false script about our health/bodies is this: “I will be happy once I am skinny.”
  • “Diet culture is anything that worships thinness and equates it to health and moral virtue.”
  • We first have to notice and name our body shame triggers to change our thinking about our bodies.
  • “Your body size does not equal how loveable you are.”
  • Discover your hunger cues and satisfy them well with nutrients and nurture.
  • We need to commit to speaking kindly about our bodies.
  • When you have a healthy relationship with food and your body, you can engage in movement and food from a place of joy.

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