If you ever feel preoccupied with what you eat, learning how to take a step back to obsess a little less can be a really wonderful way to improve your health. We have Christy Harrison, author of the new book, Anti-Diet, to teach us how.
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Meet Christy Harrison
This week we’re talking with Christy Harrison, host of the beloved Food Psych Podcast all about her new book, Anti-Diet: Why Obsessing Over What You Eat Is Bad For Your Health.. For those of you who don’t know her, Christy is an MPH, RD, CDN, anti-diet dietitian, certified intuitive eating counselor, and author of this awesome new book.
In the podcast episode we talk about:
- How Christy came to write the book.
- The history of diet culture (and how far back it really goes).
- How writing this book shifted her own relationship with food.
- Specific advice for those of us trying to implement more intuitive eating—and troubleshooting tips for some common scenarios.
And so much more!
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