A podcast about creating healthier relationships with food, health, beauty & your body. My guests and I talk about healing these parts of ourselves through eating disorder recovery, Intuitive Eating, body acceptance, spirituality and weird self care practices.
Holly Lowery is an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, Anti-Diet Advocate and Self-Care Enthusiast.
Exposure: one of our big recovery tools
We’re back with another solo episode this week talking about a topic that I’m all jazzed up about right now: Exposure. Exposure can be looked at in two ways. First, looking at what we need to expose ourselves to in order to continue growing and healing (AKA facing our fears around food and our bodies). And second, looking at what we may be unintentionally exposing ourselves to that is holding us back in recovery.
On body positivity, 'no sweat' fitness + changing the cultural narrative around bodies with Dr. Kate Browne
This week I’m chatting with Dr. Kate Browne, and this interview is literally PACKED with her wisdom on body positivity, and specifically how we can find our place within the movement. We also talk about how she got into this work as a writer and educator, and her thoughts on how we can redefine fitness in our own lives. Hope you love this conversation as much as I did!
Things I'm into lately (because self care = the foundation for recovery)
This week I’m coming at ya with a fresh solo episode, sharing what weird (and some real basic, if I’m being honest!) things I’ve been into lately. These are things that have been keeping me well, things that I’m looking forward to, things I’m trying for the first time, and things I’m tapping back into with fresh perspective. See below for a complete list of show notes! Because as you've probably heard me say one too many times, Self care is the foundation from which healing and recovery are buil
Sorting Nutrition Fact From Fiction with Pixie Turner, The Wellness Rebel
SO. FLIPPING. EXCITED. to bring you this episode. Pixie Turner is a nutritionist (ANutr) (MSc), award-winning food blogger, speaker, and content creator. And most recently well known for her book, The Wellness Rebel, which helps us sort nutrition fact from fiction.
In this episode, Pixie and I dive deep into some of the most common and pervasive food myths surrounding foods like gluten and dairy, sugar and more.
We're baAAaaAck. And we're pregnant.
In this episode, I'm sharing how I've been feeling, and how I've been supporting myself through all the change that has already begun.
In this episode we talk about how self care often has to shift, and it's OK that it looks different than it once might've. We talk about the changing body, and learning to be OK with that, the things that have been helpful so far through this process, and what you can expect going forward with this podcast + in working with me in a coaching capacity.
On Why You Should Not be Trying to Resist Your Carb Cravings
We’re back for another media literacy episode, where we dive deep into a recent piece of media as it related to body acceptance, eating disorder recovery, and health (from a HAES perspective. This week we are digging into an article entitled “10 Simple Ways To Stop Craving Carbs All The Time,” sources from Mind Body Green.
If you’re not sure why the idea of trying to resist or ignore our carb cravings (or our cravings in general) is problematic then you’ll definitely want to make sure to tune i