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Welcome to Dismantling Diet Culture: F*ck Being Calladita, the only spanglish anti-diet podcast. I’m your host, Dr. Hortencia Jimenez, a mother, daughter, comadre, amiga, community member, professor, health coach and published author. On this show I share personal experience, tips, strategies and education content to help you understand diet culture and systems of oppression so that you can have the tools to challenge diet culture. Current and future generations do not deserve to inherit you ...
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Ever ask yourself "What the F does being healthy actually mean"? I mean there are 6000 diets, superfoods, wellness influencers, trends and somehow you're supposed to know what to do? Luckily there’s a podcast for that now…oh and you're looking at it. I’m your host, Mallory, a Registered Dietitian whose mission is to bring you no-bull information each week that will help you sift through all the health crap and misinformation that’s pervasive online. I’ll be giving you actionable information ...
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Welcome to the Wellness: Rebranded podcast! You’re here to make some lasting changes in your approach to health and fitness! We know there’s plenty of conflicting advice out there: * Carbs are evil! * Only eat during certain hours! * Go hard at the gym or go home! * Morning workouts increase metabolism! * If you’re stressed, do some more yoga! Just relax. It makes no sense because it’s SENSELESS. What you’re looking for is sound advice that actually enhances your well-being. In the Wellness: ...
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If you are a mother who wants to end generational cycles of diet culture to rewrite your feeding legacy, this show is for you! Mama, it's possible for you to mother free from food guilt and body shame, confidently raise intuitive eaters and enjoy food freedom as a family. Join your guide and mother-of-5 intuitive eating family dietitian, Crystal Karges, each week as she offers simple strategies and sanity savers for navigating motherhood successfully in our present day diet culture. Connect ...
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Have you ever wondered if there are foods that you just absolutely shouldn't eat? If so, you're in the right place. Today we are diving into this topic and covering all of the basis so that you can answer this question. We will talk about unhealthy vs. healthy foods, food neutrality, the different ways food can fuel you, examples of how this has lo…
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In this solo episode I discuss the various types of body image frameworks and how you can move through this spectrum throughout the week. You will find that different frameworks resonate with you at different times of your life. Ultimately, the goal of each framework is to promote greater self-acceptance, well-being, and empowerment in relation to …
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TW: Talk about Postpartum Depression “Motherhood is not synonymous with suffering” Postpartum Depression, described as depression suffered by a mother following childbirth, typically arising from the combination of hormonal changes, psychological adjustment to motherhood, and fatigue, is very common, but not so commonly talked about. Today, hosts E…
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Hey Rebel. Recently, an Oprah special came out titled "shame, blame and the weight loss revolution", all about the popular weight loss drugs right now... and it got a lot of attention. So I decided to watch the special so you don't have to and today I am breaking it down with all of my thoughts... and I have a lot. Surprisingly, there are a few thi…
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Sarahs_Day, also known as Sarahs Tilse, is a influencer that shares wellness, fitness, and lifestyle content amongst other things, on her social media platforms. Many of my followers have reached out asking me about my thoughts about her journey and the recommendations she shares to her audience (especially following the Sweat it Limitless controve…
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In today's episode I had the honor to share the space with Shana Spence. Shana is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist based in Brooklyn, New York. She describes herself as an "all foods fit" dietitian. Life is already complicated, why restrict yourself unnecessarily? She creates a platform for open discussion on nutrition and wellness topics that a…
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It seems like everyone in the wellness industry has something to say about bodies, doesn’t it? Join Maria, Tara, and Elizabeth in this episode as they share topics that get them fired up in the wellness industry. From body shaming in the fitness industry, to diagnosing in the mental health industry, and topics around food in the nutrition industry,…
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Have you ever worried that if you stop trying to maintain the body you are in you will just gain weight forever? If so, you are in the right place. Today we will be covering this question and diving into the truth around when the weight gain will stop. You'll be provided with: Important questions to ask yourself to determine the deeper reason you h…
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In this solo episode I focus on the fear of failure, rejection, and the unknown. I share personal experiences and insightful reflections to empower listeners to confront their fears and embrace their potential. I acknowledge the impact of institutionalized barriers and systemic inequalities, particularly for BIPOC folks, highlighting the unique cha…
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We all breathe, but did you know that there is a way to breathe in a way that you can start to heal your emotions? Breathwork is a technique that draws on the breath to facilitate emotional release. Today, Maria, and Tara speak with Trish Brewer, a trauma informed breathwork coach, reiki master teacher, and intuitive guide. Her work is to create an…
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Get ready to dive into the world of veganism on this episode. From understanding its significance to exploring its history and delving into the latest research, we've got a lot of aspects to discuss. This is not an episode to tell you what YOU should think about veganism, it is a place to explore the aspects and get towards the truth and facts we c…
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In this solo episode I share the ways that I have been honoring my abuelita since she passed away two years ago. Today, March 20th is her two year anniversary and I wanted to share with you how important my abuelita was in my life and how I continue to honor her. Thank you for holding space for my grief💔 --------------------------------- I would gr…
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From a young age, many people develop a habit of tying their emotions to food – from using it to celebrate birthdays and holidays to seeking comfort in it when feeling sad. This often leads to unhelpful emotional eating habits that persist into adulthood. Elizabeth, a dietitian and certified Intuitive Eating counselor, leads the conversation alongs…
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Hey Rebel! Let's talk about food noise. Do you feel like you're always thinking about food? Have you ever felt like: When sitting down for breakfast, I can't stop thinking about lunch. When sitting down for lunch, I'm already thinking about dinner. When eating dinner, I'm calculating how I could do "better" tomorrow. When you're trying to sleep, yo…
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I can't believe we are at the 100th episode of the Seems Like Diet Culture Podcast! 🥳🥲 Thank you so much for being here, whether this is your first episode or your 100th with me. To commemorate this I wanted to do something fun and, as I looked back on the episodes, I realized that there is one central theme that I hope you take away from listening…
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Tigger Warning‼️ Suicidal Ideation is mentioned In this solo episode I share the transformative power of showing up, drawing inspiration from a profound encounter with a one of my students. Through the lens of societal and intersectional nuances, I embark on an exploration of the multifaceted nature of showing up and the complexities that can hinde…
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Julie Blamphin, a dear friend to the hosts, joins the podcast today to talk about her love for yoga, how she uses it in her day to day life, why getting vulnerable is a good thing, and how to connect with your femininity and get your sexy back. A little bit about Julie: Julie is obsessed with cartwheels and alone time, she has been featured in AARP…
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It's time to peel back the curtain and give you a behind the scenes look at what has actually been happening over the last 6 months... This is your last week to book a call for the March round of Live Unrestricted and get access to the incredible bonus of 3 months of goal setting (we'll never offer this again!) The New Live Unrestricted: https://li…
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Have you noticed how the same people that were telling you that you should be dairy-free and reduce meat consumption a year ago are now telling you to drink raw milk and eat all the meats often, including red meat? In this podcast, we explore the reasons behind these shifts, the science (or lack of science) driving them, and what it means for our h…
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In today's episode I had the pleasure to speak to my dear friend Oombi Solis Flores, author the book of poems (BE)LONGING(. Oombi is a queer/non-binary immigrant, poet, and licensed clinical social worker. They were born in Zacatecas, México and now reside in the Northeast San Fernando Valley. Their debut full length poetry collection titled (BE)LO…
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Hey Rebel! Last week was an important week: Eating Disorder Awareness Week! Today I wanted to share some eating disorder statistics with you to shed light on the frequency and seriousness of these life-altering conditions. Throughout this episode we will explore: The role dieting plays in the development of an eating disorder Normalized "health" ha…
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Join Maria, Tara, and Elizabeth as they identify red flags to watch for when selecting a mental health, fitness, or nutrition professional. With so many options in each of these respective industries, there are great providers and not so great providers. This episode will help you discover those red flags in people you should not work with so you c…
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Weight loss drugs like Ozempic and semiglutide have recently became widely accessible and it has changed how people are interacting with them majorly. There have been many people documenting their journeys on the drugs, or their general weight loss journeys, even people that have previously spread a message of body neutrality. There is a lot to dis…
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In this solo episode I talk about the importance of celebrating yourself no matte how small or big your accomplishments. We are not taught to celebrate our accomplishments and when we do we are either silenced, shamed, or made to feel bad. I invite you to acknowledge your achievements both personal and external, your strengths, and uniqueness. Take…
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Parenting teens can be hard. Adolescence is a time of significant transition--for kids AND their parents. At Teen Savvy Coaching, Samantha helps parents of teens and tweens step into their parenting role with calm and confidence. Her coaching is informed by her long career in education as a classroom teacher, administrator, and school counselor as …
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If you have ever asked yourself, "What even is body acceptance and how the heck do I know I have achieved it?" You are in the right place. These are the 8 signs to look out for to know you have achieved body acceptance (and, along with that, the signs that you may have some room to grow in this area). Mentioned: FREE MASTERCLASS - 3 proven steps to…
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In today’s episode, I had the honor to share the space with María Ascensión Ramos Bracamontes. Maria is a Mexican Indigenous Certified Nurse Midwife & Addiction Nurse Practitioner in Kalendaruk territory, Watsonville, California. She was born at home in Coca territory, in a rural rancho called Ayotitlán, Jalisco, México and raised between the coast…
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Hey Rebel! Have you ever wondered, "what if intuitive eating doesn't work for me"? Buckle in for today's episode as we delve into a topic that resonates with many - the internal battle with doubt and fear that arises when we face the new journey to find a healthier relationship with food. We all recognize that little voice of doubt, whispering conc…
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Having support on your wellness journey is so important, but what happens when your family and friends are not on board with the wellness changes you want to make in your life? In this episode, Maria, Tara, and Elizabeth share advice on what to do in this situation. The trio sees this often happen when people start on an intuitive eating journey, a…
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It's time to discuss the latest "buzz-worthy" supplement: colostrum. Originally, colostrum served as the vital "first milk" after birth, nourishing the offspring of mammals. Only recently has it gained traction in the wellness space. In this episode, we'll explore whether the purported benefits such as improved gut health, immunity, and muscle grow…
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In this solo episode I deconstruct Valentine's Day as a Sociologist and Health Coach. Topics I covered include: 👉🏽Gender Roles and Expectations 👉🏽Social Pressure and Exclusion 👉🏽Consumerism and Commercialization 👉🏽Pressure for Appearance 👉🏽Food and Guilt 👉🏽Reclaiming and Rewriting V-Day I would greatly appreciate if you can leave a review for this …
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Jonny Landels joins the podcast today to discuss diet-culture and intuitive eating from his experience. Jonny is an intuitive eating and fitness coach. His bio: You’re in the right place if you’ve always felt “too big” and “too heavy”. In this episode, Jonny shares his experience growing up with parents who had a complicated relationship with their…
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New year, new trends... Lately terms like leggings legs, miley cyrus arms, and the mob wife aesthetic have been circulating on social media. Although these could just be taken as silly trends, there is often a deeper meaning to them and also how they effect all of us. In today's episode I want to discuss what this means, especially for women. Let's…
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In this solo episode I talk about the intersections of patriarchy, diet culture, and immigration through my lens as a Mexican immigrant. I use standpoint theory which values personal knowledge, experience and perspectives to understand society. I discuss what is patriarchy and how it intersects with immigration and provide examples. Listen to the e…
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Our bodies change as we age, and although this is completely normal, it is also normal to grieve for the body that we used to have. Whether it be that now our bodies look different, maybe we can't do the things that we used to be able to do, or maybe we are not mentally as sharp as we were before, these changes can have a big toll on our mental hea…
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Hey Rebel! Have you ever thought about aging, menopause, and body changes over the lifespan and felt anxious? It makes sense when the diet and beauty industry prey on us to be scared of these things. But what if you could rethink our response to aging and create a more compassionate, neutral, and realistic narrative around these very normal experie…
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Ever found yourself puzzled by the myriad of information on which milk to add to your coffee? If you have, you're not alone, and you've landed in the right spot. In today's episode, we're delving deep into this very topic. I'll guide you through the precise steps to unravel the confusion and help you figure out the perfect milk choice for your coff…
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In today's episode I had the honor to share the space with Zachariah Ben. Zac is a 6th generation Dine farmer from Shiprock, NM. Together with his wife Zach co-founded Bidii Baby Foods LLC during the pandemic with the goal of providing organic, locally grown and shelf stable traditional foods during the early childhood period. Bidii Baby Foods LLC …
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Inspired by the 2024 social trend, Maria, a mental health therapist, Elizabeth, a registered dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and Tara, a personal trainer, share their “Ins and Outs” for the wellness industry. What are your Ins and Outs? Share it on socials and don’t forget to tag us so we can share it too! Let’s connect and keep…
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After immersing myself in Jennette McCurdy's compelling novel, "I'm Glad My Mom Died," I knew it was a must-discuss topic for our latest podcast episode. While I briefly share my overall thoughts on the book at the episode's start, the real focus unfolds in a deep dive into the profound narrative surrounding McCurdy's journey through an eating diso…
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In this solo episode I talk the intersections of academic violence, white supremacy and diet culture. The spring 2024 semester/quarter has started and I want to share with you tips to help students navigate and succeed in college. I begin this episode by talking about what is educational violence and then make the connection to white supremacy and …
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Hey Rebel. Have you ever felt like the scale holds a lot of power over you? It's like if you step on a scale, that will dictate the following food choices you make and how you feel about yourself. I get it, and so many of my clients have felt the same way. I want to share with you some options if you feel this way so that you support your overall w…
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Joining the show today is Bri Campos, a mental health therapist and body image coach based in New Jersey. She is the founder of Body Image with Bri and is passionate about all things body image and practices through the lens of health at every size, intuitive eating and fat positivity. Utilizing a weight incluse approach, she combines her clinical …
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Dive into a nuanced discussion on the intricate interplay between weight loss and the non-diet perspective. In this episode, we navigate the complexities of body acceptance, challenging societal norms and redefining our relationship with health. Whether you're on a weight loss journey or seeking a fresh perspective on self-acceptance, this episode …
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Trigger Warning‼️Sexual assault is mentioned in this episode In today's episode I had the honor to share the space with Naomi Tapia. Naomi is a first generation college graduate and associate marriage and family therapist in the state of California. Naomi has presented at the first annual BIPOC eating disorders conference on Eating Disorders amongs…
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In this episode, Maria, Elizabeth and Tara talk all about advice for exercising in the cold. The #1 most common complaint Tara, a personal trainer, hears in the winter is that it gets cold and dark early this time of year, and it is hard to get outside to workout. Tara shares advice for finding motivation to get these workouts in, as well as what t…
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It seems like everyone on social media is jumping into New Year's lifestyle challenges, like 75 Hard, 75 Soft, or Project 50. So, you might be asking yourself – should you take on a challenge in the new year? In this episode, we explore this question, providing specific questions for you to figure out if any of these challenges are a good fit for y…
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In this solo episode I talk about my recent trip to Mexico and how I have been processing the grief and holding space for all my emotions of always having to say goodbye to my loved ones in Mexico. I also tall about acculturation, exposure to new foods and dietary restrictions, cultural identity, food habits, preserving cultural food traditions and…
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Hey Rebel! Today I am joined by my fabulous past group coaching client, Franny. Franny is here to share her story from hiding food and struggling with bulimia, to finally feeling so free with food that she isn't even impacted by the pressures to lose weight before her wedding. In this episode, we talk about: What specific step she took to stop eati…
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Diet culture is so infused within the wellness industry, it can be hard to think about nutrition without it. In this episode, Elizabeth, Tara and Maria talk about gentle nutrition, meaning nutrition without diet culture. Elizabeth, a registered dietitian, shares 6 things to know about gentle nutrition, and how to know when you are ready for this nu…
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