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Find Your Food Voice--formerly The Love Food Podcast--is a podcast—and a movement—to fix diet culture. Because you don’t need fixing.

I’m your host, registered dietitian and food behavior expert Julie Duffy Dillon. Join in as we ditch cookie cutter approaches, expose the lies that society feeds us, and rewrite the rules around food, eating and our bodies.

We call this “Finding Your Food Voice,” and it’s vital we do it together.

Find YOUR food voice each week here on my website, or listen on your favorite podcast app.

Find Your Food Voice Julie Duffy Dillon RDN

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 707 Ratings

Find Your Food Voice--formerly The Love Food Podcast--is a podcast—and a movement—to fix diet culture. Because you don’t need fixing.

I’m your host, registered dietitian and food behavior expert Julie Duffy Dillon. Join in as we ditch cookie cutter approaches, expose the lies that society feeds us, and rewrite the rules around food, eating and our bodies.

We call this “Finding Your Food Voice,” and it’s vital we do it together.

Find YOUR food voice each week here on my website, or listen on your favorite podcast app.

    [Minisode] What to expect July and August on Find Your Food Voice

    [Minisode] What to expect July and August on Find Your Food Voice

    A quick message from Julie before we go on a short podcast break while she is working on the next round of edits for the upcoming Find Your Food Voice book.

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    [Minisode]: Listen after emotionally eating

    [Minisode]: Listen after emotionally eating

    n this episode, Julie discusses the topic of emotional eating and the importance of giving oneself permission to eat emotionally without judgment. She emphasizes that emotional eating is normal, healthy, and an effective coping mechanism. Julie also explores the connection between the cultural fear of weight gain and racism. Julie highlights the need to practice non-judgmental curiosity and compassion towards oneself when engaging in emotional eating. She concludes by stating that understanding the unmet needs behind emotional eating can help individuals find their food voice.

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    [Minisode]: Listen after a binge

    [Minisode]: Listen after a binge

    This episode discusses experiencing a binge after panic hunger. Julie emphasizes that binging or out of control eating experiences are normal and occur as you find your food voice. The episode provides tips for dealing with panic hunger, including practicing self-compassion, allowing yourself to eat, and experimenting with self-care. Julie encourages listeners to view these experiences as valuable data that can inform their relationship with food.

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    [Minisode Part 3] Almond Mom: How to not be an almond mom

    [Minisode Part 3] Almond Mom: How to not be an almond mom

    In this episode, Julie discusses how to not be an almond mom when you had an almond mom yourself. She provides six ways to avoid projecting your own fears onto your children when it comes to food and weight. Julie also talks about the division of food responsibility and how it may not work for everyone. She emphasizes the importance of not categorizing foods as good or bad and teaches kids to be respectful of others' food choices. Lastly, Julie highlights the significance of not commenting on others' bodies and promoting body diversity.

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    [Minisode Part 2] Almond Mom: What to do if you had an almond mom?

    [Minisode Part 2] Almond Mom: What to do if you had an almond mom?

    In this episode, Julie discusses how to mend your relationship with food if you had an 'Almond Mom' who influenced your views on body size and eating. She provides eight recommendations for healing, including using guardrails to make food choices, replacing diet-y thoughts with positive ones, relearning what eating enough means for you, playing with your food, spending time in 'donut land' to repair your relationship with food, prioritizing healing as a health-promoting behavior, and keeping the big picture in mind rather than focusing on individual food choices.

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    [Minisode Part 1] Almond Mom: Are you an almond mom?

    [Minisode Part 1] Almond Mom: Are you an almond mom?

    In this episode, Julie discusses how 'food noise' can be triggered when people start dieting again. She shares the experiences of individuals who have been working on repairing their relationship with food and how they use food noise as a cue to recognize when they are being triggered to diet. She then introduces the term 'almond mom' and explains its origin as a parent or caregiver consumed by the diet trap. Julie identifies five reasons why almond moms can be problematic, including teaching distrust of hunger and fullness, promoting disordered eating, reinforcing body hierarchy, encouraging control of one's body, and prioritizing others' enjoyment of one's body. She concludes by emphasizing the importance of self-compassion and time to repair one's complicated history with food.

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I have been following the podcast for a long time. Julie is so compassionate and honest. This podcast helps you so you don’t feel alone, wherever you are in your journey. This podcast was instrumental in me forming a self compassionate relationship with food and eating and my body and self esteem in general

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So enlightening and helpful-great news!!! Thank you!!!

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Food Peace…what a beautiful thought

If you’re on contemplating starting or already on your path to “food peace”, or maybe cannot even put those two words side by side yet, this podcast is a great resource of information and encouragement. For those of us with PCOS, Julie is a great resource for that. If you’re trying to take back your life and body from the diet culture machine, this podcast is a must.

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