This is a show about health, not weight loss. It’s time to redefine what it means to pursue health, where your well-being matters more than your weight. When you practice Body Kindness®, you create a more satisfying life by being good to yourself. Learn how self-compassion and acceptance help you cultivate a “caregiver” voice and quiet the “inner critic”. HAES Dietitian and Certified Exercise Physiologist Rebecca Scritchfield and her guests have interesting conversations about the cultural influences that keep you stuck in “diet prison” and how you can break free to create meaningful changes in your life. Instead of dieting, you’ll practice self-care, including better sleep, flexible eating patterns, having more fun, and moving in way that feels good, not punishing. Regular guest Bernie Salazar, a former Biggest Loser “winner” shares why he’s happier and healthier as a fat man.
Why Intuitive Eating Works for Diabetes Concerns
This is Episode 6 in a special Self-Care for Diabetes series on the Body Kindness podcast, with my guest co-host Dietitian Glenys Oyston.
This episode is about intuitive eating and why it works for diabetes concerns.
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Show notes: bodykindnessbook.com/podcast
Why Modified Movement Works for Diabetes
This episode is for any listener who feels like what they can do with movement right now is "not good enough". We talk about how modification is a good thing when it comes to exercise and diabetes. But what we really want is for you to feel like any positive and meaningful step you can take toward a peaceful relationship to movement and your body is “worth it.” Visit bodykindnessbook.com/podcast for show notes.
The Truth About Carbs and Diabetes
The #1 thing that people stress about when it comes to diabetes and food? "Carbs". In this episode Glenys Oyston and I talk about some of the myths around carbohydrates and diabetes. We share a truth that your overall eating patterns, not individual nutrients, matter when considering how food is involved in your health, your well-being, and your diabetes concerns. Visit bodykindnessbook.com/podcast for show notes.
Busting Myths about Blood Sugars and Diabetes
Is checking your blood sugar levels giving you anxiety? This is your Body Kindness episode. Glenys Oyston and I discuss the most pressing myths when it comes to reading your blood sugar levels to help you come up with a flexible and workable plan. Visit bodykindnessbook.com/podcast for links & show notes.
Understanding Weight Concerns and Diabetes Self-Care
Dietitian Glenys Oyston joins me to discuss weight concerns and diabetes care. We help you deal with doctors, learn more about weight cycling harms, and reflect on your values when it comes to caring for yourself when you have diabetes. Visit bodykindnessbook.com/podcast for links & show notes.
How to Deal with Diabetes Diagnosis Shame
This is Episode 1 in a new mini-series for Body Kindness: Self care for diabetes. We need to talk about diagnosis shame because it’s real. Doctors, family and strangers on the internet make it seem like “it’s your fault” if you get a diagnosis of diabetes or a “warning” of “prediabetes” and it’s especially mean when your weight is to blame. Tune in for our tips on shame resilience and taking meaningful action toward positive change. Show notes bodykindnessbook.com/171. Sponsor: SelfCare4Di
An amazing listen!
Rebecca, host of the Body Kindness podcast, highlights all aspects of growth, wellness and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens! Definitely recommend!
Rebecca and Bernie kill it!
Love love love Body kindness, as a podcast and book. So useful in my work (residential eating disorder treatment)
So important to listen to so you don’t feel alone in this journey. Thanks for all the vulnerability