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Hey my name is Deanna. I am obsessed with all things disordered eating, food, body confidence, business, and helping YOU become your most empowered self. Most women hate their body, have a broken relationship with food, have been dieting forever and aren’t confident in themselves. I’m here to change that. You won’t find fluff from me but you will find real life examples of both food and business growth from a girl who has overcome disordered eating and grown almost a million dollar business. This is the DEATS with Deanna podcast.

Connect with me:
IG: @dietitiandeanna
Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com/

DEATS with Deanna: Discussions around Food & Entrepreneurship Deanna Wolfe

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 162 Ratings

Hey my name is Deanna. I am obsessed with all things disordered eating, food, body confidence, business, and helping YOU become your most empowered self. Most women hate their body, have a broken relationship with food, have been dieting forever and aren’t confident in themselves. I’m here to change that. You won’t find fluff from me but you will find real life examples of both food and business growth from a girl who has overcome disordered eating and grown almost a million dollar business. This is the DEATS with Deanna podcast.

Connect with me:
IG: @dietitiandeanna
Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com/

    18. Weight Training, Rest Days, and Wedding Pressure from a Non-Diet Personal Trainer

    18. Weight Training, Rest Days, and Wedding Pressure from a Non-Diet Personal Trainer

    For some, the gym can be a scary place, let alone working with a personal trainer. Either from experience or hearing other people's anecdotes, it seems like personal trainers only focus on fat loss and that is it. Often, these trainers may not have good relationships with their own bodies and with food, and they're projecting that onto their clients. What does the alternative look like?
    In today’s episode, I talk to Kira Onysko, a non-diet focused personal trainer. She helps her clients reach their fitness goals, stay more consistent, increase their motivation, without an emphasis on their weight loss and body from an outward aesthetic perspective. 
    During our conversation, Kira shares why fitness trainers' language causes more damage than they think when it comes to their clients fitness goals, why health is more than what you eat (that pizza slice is nothing to feel guilty over),  and learning to ditch the toxic mindset around fitness. As a recent newlywed Kira also shares her journey of preparing for a wedding without the stress of needing to be in a certain size. 
    In this episode, we cover:
    What is a non-diet personal trainer and  language to avoid when it comes to focusing on clients health and fitness goals [3:47] Ditching the common “trainer” mentality [9:44] Embracing the benefits of rest days rather than focus on exercise as a means to change your body [11:46] Learn to enjoy exercise and do workouts that you like doing not what you think you should be doing [20:13] How Kira prepared her body and mind for a wedding without stressing [22:52] Balancing your workout routine and tips for getting into weight training [29:26] Kira shares advice on diet, weddings and fitness [37:20] Connect with Kira:
    Instagram: @kiraonysko
    Website: www.yourtrainerkira.com



    Connect with Deanna:
    IG: @dietitiandeanna
    Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com 
    This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Enroll now: https://dietitiandeanna.com/food-freedom-breakthrough 

    • 43 min
    17. Food Freedom Breakthrough Q&A

    17. Food Freedom Breakthrough Q&A

    This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Join TODAY for an exclusive Cyber Monday discount ($250 off the entire program). Enroll now: https://dietitiandeanna.com/food-freedom-breakthrough 
    In today’s episode, I’m changing it up a bit and taking the time to do a quick Q&A about Food Freedom Breakthrough, a 12-week transformative online group coaching program. This program teaches you what true physical hunger and fullness feels like, and identifying emotions around food. 
    During this episode, I explain the main principles of food freedom, how you can finally get behind toxic body image, and limiting beliefs and. I also share more details of an exclusive Black Friday Deal and how you can get involved! 
    In this episode, we cover:
    What is the Food Freedom Breakthrough program [2:45] Who is this program for and what can you expect? [5:27] The three phases we walk through in the program to ultimately improve your relationship with food and your body [11:09] Connect with Deanna:
    IG: @dietitiandeanna
    Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com

    • 18 min
    16. Real Life Example: Previous Beachbody and “Fitness Personality” turned Intuitive Eater

    16. Real Life Example: Previous Beachbody and “Fitness Personality” turned Intuitive Eater

    ***This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Join the waitlist for an exclusive Cyber Monday discount ($250 off the entire program). https://dietitiandeanna.com/food-freedom-breakthrough***
    Fitness is an important part of any lifestyle, but what happens when diet culture and controlling food habits become a large part of your life? A controlling eating habit can look innocent at first, counting macros to adopting a paleo lifestyle, but it starts to cross the line when you begin to restrict yourself from eating because you feel nothing fits your dietary restrictions. 
    In today’s episode, I talk to Molly, a teacher based in NYC who has been on her intuitive eating journey for over a year. 
    During our conversation, Molly shares the diets she tried prior to doing the food freedom breakthrough program, and the polarities of diet culture. She shares how she immersed herself in diet culture in college during her fitness journey, the micromanaging and controlling habits of counting macros, and how to finally trust your body. 
    In this episode, we cover:
    Molly shares her journey to discovering intuitive eating and how doubling up on diets harmed her body more than she anticipated [5:52] The first steps she took to change her unhealthy eating habits and how this has impacted her life [11:00]  How to deal with wanting to go back to your former eating habits [16:39] Molly shares her initial fears about joining an intuitive eating program and how she feels now [19:25] How to have your loved ones provide more support during your intuitive eating journey [25:52] Balancing a fitness lifestyle with intuitive eating and how she blocks out diet talk at the gym [30:13] The biggest surprise Molly realized during her intuitive eating journey [37:43] Connect with Molly:
    Instagram: @mollybernie
    Email: kaudersm@gmail.com
    Connect with Deanna:
    IG: @dietitiandeanna
    Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com 

    • 41 min
    15. The Gentle Nutrition Episode: Colleen Christensen of No.Food.Rules

    15. The Gentle Nutrition Episode: Colleen Christensen of No.Food.Rules

    As people begin their journey to healing their relationship with food, the element of gentle nutrition is the last step in the cycle of repair and reset. 
     
    When it comes to gentle nutrition, the first thing you need to consider is whether or not you are ready for this step. You don’t have to be perfect in practice but it is important to ask yourself how you are able to cope with feelings of guilt, anxiety and stress as you navigate and repair your relationship with food. 
     
    In today’s episode, I’m talking to Colleen, who is not only one of my closest friends and advocates, she is also a registered dietician who shares her amazing insight into life and gentle nutrition. 
     
     During our conversation, Colleen speaks on the responsibility of sharing positive and realistic food choices as a content creator and helping people realize nutrition does not have to be perfect. She shares key elements to focus on when it comes to gentle nutrition, why nutrition still plays an important role in a healthy food relationship and why micromanaging your diet does more damage than good when it comes to gentle nutrition. 
     
    In this episode, we cover:
    Colleen explains the importance of sharing realistic examples of intuitive eating on her IG stories [4:50] The 3 tips to live by when thinking about gentle nutrition [9:40] As a registered dietician, Colleen shares the key takeaways when it comes to the nutrition part of gentle nutrition [16:05] Gentle nutrition is not about micromanaging what you eat, it’s about what’s sustainable on a daily basis and taking those baby steps [23:21] Colleen shares why she made the switch to being a food freedom dietician and what she’s surprised to learn over the years from her clients [32:16] How the narrative of weight loss and quick wins plays into gentle nutrition [41:12] Connect with Colleen:
    Website: https://colleenchristensennutrition.com/
    IG: https://www.instagram.com/no.food.rules/
    IG: https://www.instagram.com/the_socieaty/
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ColleenChristensen
    Podcast: https://colleenchristensennutrition.com/category/podcast/

    Connect with Deanna:
    IG: @dietitiandeanna
    Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com 
    This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Join the waitlist here to be first to know about the next program launching on Cyber Monday.

    • 50 min
    14, Set Point Weight

    14, Set Point Weight

    Connect with Deanna:
    IG: @dietitiandeanna
    Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com 
    This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Join the waitlist here to be first to know about the next program launching on Cyber Monday.

    • 16 min
    13. Bloating, Taking a Break Exercise and Exercise Addiction with Mallory Page

    13. Bloating, Taking a Break Exercise and Exercise Addiction with Mallory Page

    In this episode, Deanna sits down with Mallory Page, a food freedom dietitian and business owner out of Austin, Texas. The four step program she uses in her group and 1:1 coaching has helped hundreds of women overcome disordered eating and heal their relationship with food once and for all. She uses her various platforms to debunk diet culture crap, share tangible recovery tips, and show what intuitive eating ACTUALLY looks like.
    In this episode you’ll hear:
    -How 2021 has been for Mallory and her diagnosis and experience with Chronic Epstein Barr (2:07)
    -What bloating looks like for Mallory’s clients when they come to her and the difference between distension and bloating (7:40)
    -The impact of overexercise and high intensity workouts on GI issues like bloating (14:14)
    -Why taking a break from exercise can be a good thing and other things you can do to help with mental health in the meantime (20:07)
    -Mallory’s recovery journey and how her own experiences have impacted how she is able to work with clients (23:23)
    -How Mallory has been able to scale her business with a group coaching program and help more people with their recovery journeys (29:09)
    -The importance of investing in yourself and the value of having support in all areas of life and business (35:09)
    Connect with Mallory:
    IG: @malloryjpage
    Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/MalloryPage 
    Tiktok - @malloryjpage
    Connect with Deanna:
    IG: @dietitiandeanna
    Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com 
    This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Join the waitlist here to be first to know about the next program launching in Jan 2022.

    • 41 min

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162 Ratings

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Thank you so much!

Super excited about this podcast! Deanna’s Instagram has helped me so much with food! My problem is that I don’t eat enough and she gives incredibly helpful tips to stay filled all day. And to love food. So for that, thank you!

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I look forward to DEATS with Deanna every Monday! Her instagram has helped me with my relationship with food for months, and I am so excited I can now listen in podcast form! Thank you so much!

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Audio quality is really bad. Use of acronyms with no explanation of what they stand for. Lack of planning in presentation and types of questions asked and repetitive responses - host responds to most things with "I love that."

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