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I chat with Virgie Tovar – Author, Speaker and Activist – on the roots of diet culture, the relationship between weight-loss culture and social oppressions, the role of internalized sexism as it relates to self-worth and so much more. In this episode, we chat about: • How Virgie got into fat activism and feminism and how it saved her life • The experiences and women who inspired her to write the book Hot & Heavy: Fierce Fat Girls on Life, Love and Fashion and create Babecamp • The history of diet culture and it’s relationship to sexuality and morality • The relationship between weight-loss culture and social oppressions, such as sexism, racism and classism • What the normalization of dieting behavior looks like in our society • Dieting as a language and the symbolism of and what it means to people • Diet culture in the workplace and how to deal with co-workers who are invested in it • How feelings of inferiority are often at the root of our dieting and weight-focused behaviours • The relationship between inferiority and internalized sexism • Why dieting is addictive and difficult to abandon because of the drama and high it gives us • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_77_Virgie_Tovar.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Scarred Not Scared - With Michelle Elman

I chat with Michelle Elman – Board Certified Life Coach and creator of the Scarred Not Scared campaign – on her story of having gone through 15 surgeries before the age of 20, the problem with “healthy is the new skinny” and why health is not always a choice. In this episode, we chat about: • Michelle’s relationship to her body over the years having gone through various surgeries that left scars and how she learned to embrace her scars • How her experience with survivor’s guilt created shame and how sharing her story helped her heal • The importance of speaking about our stories to relieve shame • How to get comfortable and accept a changing body • Why body positivity is not necessarily what the mainstream makes it out to be • Why health is not always a choice and the problem with promoting “healthy as the new skinny” • What beautiful means and how Michelle’s perception of this has evolved over the years • How we can make the body positive movement more inclusive • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_76_Michelle_Elman.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this episode of Fearless Rebelle Radio, I run solo and talk about setting intentions, giving you 7 questions to ask yourself when you’re craving change. As well as, what to expect from season 3. In this episode, I chat about: • Why I put FRR on hiatus and what to expect from season 3 • Why I don’t like resolutions and cringe at the word “goals” • How I set intentions for myself when I’m craving change • 7 questions to ask yourself to set a powerful intention • Why this is the year of the Nasty woman for me

Direct download: FRR_75_Intentions.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Navigating Body Image With Chronic Illness - With Ivy Felicia

I chat with Ivy Felicia – Certified Holistic Wellness Coach and Body Image Expert – on how to feel more comfortable in a bigger body and navigating “body love” through chronic illness and weight change. In this episode, we chat about: • Ivy’s story of growing up in a larger body and suffering from PCOS • What is PCOS and how it impacted Ivy’s relationship with her body • Why she looks at “body love” as a relationship, like a marriage • How to choose peace with your body, even when there is frustration and resentment • How to navigate weight gain and be more comfortable in a bigger body • What Ivy suggests for women who have gained weight and are feeling physically and emotionally uncomfortable in their larger body • How to appreciate and accept your body if you are suffering from a chronic illness • How to make nutritional changes to support a health condition without triggering the diet mentality • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_74_-_Ivy_Felicia.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

In this episode of Fearless Rebelle Radio, I chat with Kaila Prints – motivational speaker, coach, dance teacher and drag queen trapped in a cis-woman’s body - on what it means to be “recovered enough,” the damaging messages of health culture and how to choose discovery. In this episode, we chat about: • Kaila’s story of recovering from an eating disorder to becoming a burlesque dancer • How burlesque dancing helped her discover who she really is • What it means to be “recovered enough” and why it’s important to recognize when you’re stuck here • What discovery is all about and why it’s so damn scary • Why body positivity is not all that glamorous in real life • All the details on Kaila’s new Discovery Not Recovery program • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_73_-_Kaila_Prins.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

You know when you hear someone’s story and it inspires you to have hope that the same things are possible for you? In this episode of Fearless Rebelle Radio, I run solo and am catching up with some very special women in my life that I know are going to inspire you. This is part 2 of the Rock Your Body Spotlight Series. Here you’ll meet 5 different women who I had the honor of getting to know over the past few months as they did the Rock Your Body coaching program with me in March 2016. They have very different stories, with one thing in common – they hated their bodies and held a lot of anger and resentment towards themselves because of their self-image. I’m sharing their stories today because if anyone can inspire you to know that change is possible, it’s these women. They are just like you and today they stand here with an entirely new appreciation for themselves and outlook on life. Today, we meet Chloe, Courtney, Erin, Cate and Emillea

Direct download: FRR_73_RYB_Spotlight_M.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Rock Your Body Spotlight Part 1

You know when you hear someone’s story and it inspires you to have hope that the same things are possible for you? In this episode of Fearless Rebelle Radio, I run solo and am catching up with some very special women in my life that I know are going to inspire you. This is part 1 of the Rock Your Body Spotlight Series. Here you’ll meet 5 different women who I had the honor of getting to know over the past few months as they did the Rock Your Body coaching program with me in March 2016. They have very different stories, with one thing in common – they hated their bodies and held a lot of anger and resentment towards themselves because of their self-image. I’m sharing their stories today because if anyone can inspire you to know that change is possible, it’s these women. They are just like you and today they stand here with an entirely new appreciation for themselves and outlook on life. Today, we meet Carolyn, Heather and Emily.

Direct download: FRR_72_RYB_Spotlight_1_M.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 12:12pm EDT

“Normal” Eating - With Christy Harrison

I chat with Christy Harrison – Intuitive Eating Counselor and Anti-Diet Registered Dietician – on what it means to be a “normal” eater, how the transition from dieter to intuitive eater looks and the fallacies around food addiction. • How Christy developed an eating disorder in college and what was at the root of her sudden obsession with weight • What it was like for her to discover intuitive eating • Her experience studying dietetics at school and what she noticed about the way weight and health are taught and the implications on our health care system • What it means to be a “normal” eater • The different stages that people go through when they transition from “dieter” to “intuitive eater” • The physiological reason why we go through the “honeymoon” / eat-all-the-things phase when transitioning to intuitive eating • Why food addiction is not real and the fallacies around that • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_71_-_Christy_Harrison.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Fattitude - With Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman

I chat with Lyndsey Averill and Viri Lieberman, the creators of the movie Fattitude – a documentary that exposes how popular culture fosters fat prejudice and then offers an alternative way of thinking – on fat acceptance, thin privilege and body positivity and why they created Fattitude to change our culture to eradicate size prejudice. In this episode, we chat about: • The inspiration behind the movie Fattitude and why Lyndsey and Viri created it • Lyndsey and Viri’s personal experiences that led them to want to create this film • How diet culture and the beauty industry has co-opted “body positivity” for their capital gains • Whether weight loss and fat acceptance can go hand-in-hand • How the media’s representation of fat bodies perpetuates size discrimination • Why “health” is becoming the new guise for diet culture • The insidious ways fatphobia exists in our culture and why changing our language and words can contribute to it • What it means to have thin privilege and why it’s important to acknowledge that it exists • How you can support the film to bring it into film festivals and create cultural change • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_70_-_Fattitude.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 7:00am EDT

Beat Binge Eating - Interview With Lydia Wente

On the show today is Lydia Wente – Lifestyle Coach and binge eating expert, author and vlogger – on her recovery from binge eating, the fallacies around food addiction and her unique approach to helping women overcome it. In this episode, we chat about: • How Lydia’s career as a weight loss coach led to her having an eating disorder and how she “came out” and gave that up to recover from it • How she stopped feeling “possessed” by food and totally out-of-control • The most common causes of binge eating • Her beliefs about “food addiction” • Why therapy is not always helpful for women with food issues • Why understanding our thoughts is critical to overcoming binge eating • Lydia’s 3 steps towards helping you manage binge eating • The importance of body image work in her recovery and how she helps other women • How humor has helped her manage her thoughts • Plus so much more!

Direct download: FRR_69_Lydia_Wente.m4a
Category:Health -- posted at: 7:00am EDT