28 min

Stop Dieting, Start Living with Allie Landry, MPPD, RD, LDN Understanding Disordered Eating

    • Mental Health

Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today we will be chatting with Allie Landry, the owner of Make Life Peachy. She is a non-diet dietitian, and she's the owner of her virtual private practice which is where the Make Life Peachy comes in. Her mission is to help women stop obsessing over food, become confident in their skin, and make healthy eating easy so they can stop dieting and start living their dream life.
 
In this episode, Allie talks about the idea that a healthy lifestyle doesn't have to be restrictive or complicated and she is also going to share with us her 4-step framework to being an intuitive eater. You’re going to love her can-do attitude and positivity, and her passion for helping women find freedom in food. Let's dive right in! 



[00:01 - 06:56] Opening Segment
I introduce our guest for this episode Allie talks about her dieting experience Learned to count calories in school  Focusing on intuitive eating  Eating without tracking calories  How meeting a dietician inspired her to be a dietician


[06:57 - 12:30] Food and Grief
Emotional eating and grief Emotional eating is normal  Food as part of the grieving process Mindless emotional eating can lead to feeling guilt Eating as a coping tool and mindfully eating food  Your body still needs energy  Eat at least 3x a day even if you don’t have appetite  
[12:31 - 21:35] 4-Steps to Being an Intuitive Eater
Ditching Diet  Letting go of the dieting mindset  first step towards food freedom Food Freedom  Encompasses multiple of the principles of intuitive eating  Approaching nutrition from a place of gentleness and flexibility Gentle Nutrition Having permission to eat all foods Learning how to eat in a way that feels really good Body Love/Body Respect Focusing on body image body acceptance Improving your body thoughts Incorporating movement from a place of body respect How Allie works with her clients  A lot of mindset reframing  Misconceptions about intuitive eating  Redefining health   
[21:36 - 28:44] Closing Segment 
Process of working toward body respect The hardest part of the journey  Challenging these thoughts  Digging deep into the eating/dieting belief How to navigate the world of losing weight Having compassion Connect with Allie through the links below Final words  



Tweetable Quotes:
“What I would emphasize is, food can be a coping tool. We don't want it to be our only coping tool. and we also want to make it a mindful experience that actually helps our feelings rather than makes it feel worse.” - Allie Landry
 
“What if being healthy meant focusing on what to add and removing the good and bad labels?” - Allie Landry 
 
“A lot of people feel like eating whatever you want can't be healthy. But that's often because they might be in a dieting mindset where they feel out of control around whole foods.” - Allie Landry  




Connect with Allie through her Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok! You can also checkout her website at www.makelifepeachy.com! 
 
LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who may need this podcast by sharing this episode.
 
You can connect with me, Rachelle Heinemann on Instagram, through my website www.rachelleheinemann.com, or email me directly at rachelle@rachelleheinemann.com.

Welcome to another episode of the Understanding Disordered Eating Podcast. Today we will be chatting with Allie Landry, the owner of Make Life Peachy. She is a non-diet dietitian, and she's the owner of her virtual private practice which is where the Make Life Peachy comes in. Her mission is to help women stop obsessing over food, become confident in their skin, and make healthy eating easy so they can stop dieting and start living their dream life.
 
In this episode, Allie talks about the idea that a healthy lifestyle doesn't have to be restrictive or complicated and she is also going to share with us her 4-step framework to being an intuitive eater. You’re going to love her can-do attitude and positivity, and her passion for helping women find freedom in food. Let's dive right in! 



[00:01 - 06:56] Opening Segment
I introduce our guest for this episode Allie talks about her dieting experience Learned to count calories in school  Focusing on intuitive eating  Eating without tracking calories  How meeting a dietician inspired her to be a dietician


[06:57 - 12:30] Food and Grief
Emotional eating and grief Emotional eating is normal  Food as part of the grieving process Mindless emotional eating can lead to feeling guilt Eating as a coping tool and mindfully eating food  Your body still needs energy  Eat at least 3x a day even if you don’t have appetite  
[12:31 - 21:35] 4-Steps to Being an Intuitive Eater
Ditching Diet  Letting go of the dieting mindset  first step towards food freedom Food Freedom  Encompasses multiple of the principles of intuitive eating  Approaching nutrition from a place of gentleness and flexibility Gentle Nutrition Having permission to eat all foods Learning how to eat in a way that feels really good Body Love/Body Respect Focusing on body image body acceptance Improving your body thoughts Incorporating movement from a place of body respect How Allie works with her clients  A lot of mindset reframing  Misconceptions about intuitive eating  Redefining health   
[21:36 - 28:44] Closing Segment 
Process of working toward body respect The hardest part of the journey  Challenging these thoughts  Digging deep into the eating/dieting belief How to navigate the world of losing weight Having compassion Connect with Allie through the links below Final words  



Tweetable Quotes:
“What I would emphasize is, food can be a coping tool. We don't want it to be our only coping tool. and we also want to make it a mindful experience that actually helps our feelings rather than makes it feel worse.” - Allie Landry
 
“What if being healthy meant focusing on what to add and removing the good and bad labels?” - Allie Landry 
 
“A lot of people feel like eating whatever you want can't be healthy. But that's often because they might be in a dieting mindset where they feel out of control around whole foods.” - Allie Landry  




Connect with Allie through her Instagram, Twitter, and Tiktok! You can also checkout her website at www.makelifepeachy.com! 
 
LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who may need this podcast by sharing this episode.
 
You can connect with me, Rachelle Heinemann on Instagram, through my website www.rachelleheinemann.com, or email me directly at rachelle@rachelleheinemann.com.

28 min