Eat the Rules with Summer Innanen

I’m joined by Jessica Wilson, MS, RD, and Author of It’s Always Been Ours. We’re talking about why “dismantling diet culture” isn’t enough, how ideas like “intuitive eating” can cause harm, and the conversations we really need to be having to make systemic change. We also talk about the relationship between anti-fatness and anti-Blackness and why perhaps GOOP isn’t the worst thing.
Show notes:
In this episode, we talk about:
- How Jessica got into this work and how it led to her book,

- The need to address the functions of disordered eating as a societal and structural problem,
- How she sees intuitive eating causing harm,
- How Black women are hyper-visible yet invisible,
- That Black women are underrepresented in eating disorder research,
- Her experience at the Goop summit versus Harvard Public Health,
- Plus so much more!
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