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The podcast about the joys (and meltdowns!) of feeding our families and ourselves. Every week we examine how diet culture, body image issues and our own hectic lives get in the way of putting a dinner on the table that we can all feel good about. And we offer practical, road-tested tips to help you make peace with your own eating (or your kid's picky eating!) and find more joy in your family's food life. Hosted by best friends and writers Amy Palanjian (creator of the popular blog Yummy Toddler Food) and Virginia Sole-Smith (author of The Eating Instinct).

Comfort Food Amy Palanjian & Virginia Sole-Smith

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The podcast about the joys (and meltdowns!) of feeding our families and ourselves. Every week we examine how diet culture, body image issues and our own hectic lives get in the way of putting a dinner on the table that we can all feel good about. And we offer practical, road-tested tips to help you make peace with your own eating (or your kid's picky eating!) and find more joy in your family's food life. Hosted by best friends and writers Amy Palanjian (creator of the popular blog Yummy Toddler Food) and Virginia Sole-Smith (author of The Eating Instinct).

    62. How Do You Balance Social Responsibility and Intuitive Eating?

    62. How Do You Balance Social Responsibility and Intuitive Eating?

    We often hear from listeners who are vegans, vegetarians, or just want to eat more sustainably — but aren’t sure how to balance those goals with wanting to practice intuitive eating and avoid diets. Today we’re exploring some of the challenges of combining morality and food — and offering our best strategies for figuring out your own mix.

    Visit our show notes at comfortfoodpodcast.com. Reach us at comfortfoodpodcast@gmail.com or on social: @v_solesmith and @yummytoddlerfood.

    • 42 min.
    61. Body Peace For Moms with Crystal Karges, RDN

    61. Body Peace For Moms with Crystal Karges, RDN

    This week we're chatting with Crystal Karges, a registered dietitian nutritionist, maternal health specialist, certified intuitive eating counselor, international board certified lactation consultant and mom of five. Crystal specializes in helping moms nurture a peaceful relationship with food and their bodies so they can mother from a place of abundance, confidently feed their children, and truly thrive in life. Sign us up! 

    • 42 min.
    60. Can You Do Intuitive Eating and Lose Weight? (With Jessica Jones, RDN of Food Heaven)

    60. Can You Do Intuitive Eating and Lose Weight? (With Jessica Jones, RDN of Food Heaven)

    Is it possible to practice intuitive eating and have a healthier relationship with food, while also wanting to lose or maintain your weight? We’re getting into this super common — and super complicated — question with Jessica Jones, RDN, co-host of the Food Heaven podcast, who recently wrote about it for Self.com. 

    Visit our show notes at comfortfoodpodcast.com and follow us on social: @yummytoddlerfood and @v_solesmith.

    • 52 min.
    59. How To Anti-Diet with Christy Harrison, RDN

    59. How To Anti-Diet with Christy Harrison, RDN

    This week, we’re welcoming back fan favorite Christy Harrison, RDN, host of the wildly popular Food Psych Podcast, to talk about her new book ANTI-DIET: Reclaim Your Time, Money, Well-Being With Intuitive Eating. We’ll cover how writing the book changed her own relationship with food, and go over some of your common questions about intuitive eating and breaking up with diet culture.

    Visit our show notes at comfortfoodpodcast.com.

    • 51 min.
    58. The Trouble With Food Rewards (with Leslie Schilling, RDN)

    58. The Trouble With Food Rewards (with Leslie Schilling, RDN)

    M&Ms for going potty; a lollipop at the end of soccer practice; dessert for eating dinner; a pizza party prize from the PTA — these are just a few of the ways that parents and teachers use treat foods to reward kids for good behavior. Some parents bemoan the extra sugar that these treats represent — we’re more concerned about the weird message it sends kids about needing to earn their food. We’ve asked Leslie Schilling, RDN, to help us come up with some practical ways to respond. 

    • 43 min.
    57. Meal Prep for Busy Parents with Talia Koren of Workweek Lunch

    57. Meal Prep for Busy Parents with Talia Koren of Workweek Lunch

    Even if you’re a somewhat reluctant meal prepper, there is one meal of the week that you probably often wish you had planned ahead for: Weekday lunches! Most of us don’t have time to cook ‘em, but we also don’t love eating a sad desk salad—or the leftover crust from our kid’s grilled cheese. We asked Talia Koren of Workweek Lunch to help us out of our Thursday lunch slump. And we talk about how meal prepping can support your intuitive eating goals. 

    Visit our show notes at comfortfoodpodcas

    • 33 min.

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