Eat the Rules with Summer Innanen

I’m joined by Pam Luk, the founder of Ember & Ace, an athletic wear brand for plus size kids. She’s talking about what it was like growing up as a fat athlete, the ways that she’s teaching her kids to be body positive, how to teach your kids media literacy, what to do if someone calls your child fat, and how to help your child build resiliency if they are in a larger body.
Show notes: summerinnanen.com/250
In this episode, we talk about:
- Pam’s relationship with her body growing up, and her relationship with her body now,

- How she overcame the fatphobic messages she internalized growing up,
- The importance of talking to your kids about what they see in the media and why,
- Some tv shows and resources that highlight body diversity,
- Questions to ask your kids to help them develop positive feelings about their body,
- That you can’t force your child to be ok with their body,
- Plus so much more!
Get the shownotes:  summerinnanen.com/250

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Direct download: 250_episode.mp3
Category:Health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

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