Here are some podcasts we like and listen to.  Check them out and see what you think.


Podcasts 1
She’s All Fat

She’s all fat:  the podcast for body positivity, radical self-love, and chill vibes only.  Join Sophie and April as the talk about current events, popular culture, and the intersections between fatness and feminism.  This site has an amazing resources section!  Seriously a ‘do not miss’!!!

Podcasts 2

Dietitians Unplugged Podcast

Explore the idea of health and wellness from a new perspective. Each episode we will discuss topics that we hope to help you improve your health, body image and fitness without obsessing on the scale or counting calories. We believe in Health at Every Size®, Intuitive Eating, and body positivity and we want to help you build the confidence to ditch the scale, and embrace your health without shaming your body.

Podcasts 3
Food Psych

In each episode, I talk with inspiring guests—including health and psychology professionals, anti-diet activists, and leaders in the body-positive movement—about their relationships with food, journeys to body image healing and fat acceptance, and experiences of recovery from weight stigma and eating disorders.

Podcasts 4

The Mindful Dietian

A series of interviews by a Dietitian, for Dietitians and Nutritionists who want to promote a peaceful relationship with food and bodies.
Please join me as I interview inspiring Dietitians from all over the world who are experts in Health At Every Size®, the Non-Diet Approach and Mindfulness-based practice.
Nothing is off limits as we explore the complexities, challenges and nuances of working as Dietitians promoting peace with food and bodies with our clients, communities and within our profession.

Podcasts 5
Nutrition Matters

Join Paige Smathers, registered dietitian nutritionist, as she explores popular topics in nutrition, interviews experts in the fields of wellness and health, and celebrates the successes of people who have overcome eating disorders, weight struggles, and food issues.

Podcasts 6

The Bodylove Project Podcast

In a nutshell, this podcast is about loving your body. The big question now is… how do we do that? What does loving your body even look like? Throughout this series I interview experts and real people on topics including intuitive eating, body positivity, Health at Every Size®, and weight inclusivity. You can listen to the episodes via the blogs below, and make sure to subscribe in iTunes so you never miss an episode!

Podcasts 7
The Appetite

A podcast by the founders of Opal: Food + Body Wisdom, an eating disorder treatment center in the University District of Seattle, WA. They meet every other week to discuss all thing food, body, movement, and mental health. Learn more about them at www.opalfoodandbody.com

Podcasts 8
The Racist Sandwich

This podcast serves up a perspective that you don’t hear often: that both food and the ways we consume, create, and interpret it can be political. From discussions about racism in food photography to interviews with chefs of color about their experiences in the restaurant world, hosts Soleil Ho and Zahir Janmohamed hash out a diverse range of topics with humor, grace, and very little pretension.

Podcasts 9
ED Matters

This podcast is dedicated to serving the entire eating disorders community: individuals who are suffering, their loved ones, the professionals who treat them, and the educators who are working toward prevention.
Their mission is to provide reliable information and resources on Eating Disorders and Recovery in order to promote understanding, compassion, support, and healing.
As health care providers, we have found this very helpful.

Podcasts 10
Love Food Podcast

Tired of diets that don’t work to treat your PCOS? Feel chaotic around food yet think you HAVE to diet? Feel shame for your food cravings, bingeing, and body size while living with PCOS? We have a podcast for you. Kimmie Singh and I have put together 10 special episodes to form the PCOS

Unlocking Us Podcast

In this episode, Brent’ Brown and Sonya Renee Taylor talk about body shame, radical self-love, and social justice. This can be especially enlightening when it comes to understanding the connection between how we think about our bodies and oppression.

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