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Welcome to the Intuitive Eating & Body Positivity Podcast with Terri Pugh, a space for you to find out more about Intuitive Eating, learn how to ditch the diets for good and improve your body confidence. We're talking about Intuitive Eating, body positivity, Health At Every Size, and why everyone should be ditching dieting for good in order to improve our relationships with food. Join the conversation in the Facebook group: https://facebook.com/groups/iamterripugh. Follow on Instagram https://instagram.com/iamterripugh. Get updates straight into your inbox each week https://lifebite.co.uk/newsletter

Intuitive Eating & Body Positivity with Terri Pugh Terri Pugh

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Welcome to the Intuitive Eating & Body Positivity Podcast with Terri Pugh, a space for you to find out more about Intuitive Eating, learn how to ditch the diets for good and improve your body confidence. We're talking about Intuitive Eating, body positivity, Health At Every Size, and why everyone should be ditching dieting for good in order to improve our relationships with food. Join the conversation in the Facebook group: https://facebook.com/groups/iamterripugh. Follow on Instagram https://instagram.com/iamterripugh. Get updates straight into your inbox each week https://lifebite.co.uk/newsletter

    8. Are you making food too exciting?

    8. Are you making food too exciting?

    Are you making food too exciting? And by that, I mean, Are you putting foods up onto a pedestal so that they are the most exciting things in the world? Are you scared to keep those foods in the cupboards because you feel like you will lose control and eat and eat until it's gone? The key is actually to have LOADS of that food around you. Sounds crazy, but it's true. In this episode, I'm talking about habituation and how it helps to give you back that control.

    Also, find out why I am just like Smithy from Gavin and Stacey, and why I've changed my name.

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    Please note, this podcast is intended to be general information for entertainment purposes only. Please see a registered professional before adopting significant dietary or other lifestyle changes. 
     
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    • 23 min
    7. What if we all spoke our minds?

    7. What if we all spoke our minds?

    I have heard several comments lately about people opening their mouths and saying whatever they want about a person's body, without considering their feelings. In this episode I'm looking at typical things people say to complement people in bigger bodies that aren't really compliments, what words you can use to describe a fat person (for example are words like fat and obesity ok to use?), how we can start changing the verbal environments we are in, and what we can say to compliment people without referring to their body.
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    • 35 min
    6. How to handle all the food at the office

    6. How to handle all the food at the office

    Let's talk about all the food at the office, such as the birthday buffets, the celebratory cakes, and how much guilt can come from enjoying them. Enjoy a little rant about my clothes shopping trip, and this week the great food debate is asking what people like to eat that other people find odd. 

     
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    This podcast is intended to be general information and is for entertainment purposes. Any topics discussed apply to people who do not have diagnosed medical conditions and are not pregnant. As always, please see a registered professional before making changes to your diet⁠ or lifestyle.

    • 39 min
    5. Crazy Slimming Club Mentality

    5. Crazy Slimming Club Mentality

    In this episode I dive into the crazy world of slimming clubs, their wacky rules, their quirky sayings, and the mad stuff they make you do. Find out what I had for breakfast instead of oats..... you'll never guess!

    Also, this week's Great Food Debate is about dangerous food. What did someone eat instead of coco puffs, how do you eat thorns, and how sunglasses saved a person's life!

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    • 42 min
    4. I stood on the bathroom scales for you

    4. I stood on the bathroom scales for you

    I got the bathroom scales out as a bit of an experiment to really pay attention to my thoughts and feelings as I did it. Here's how it went, along with my thoughts on whether we should use the weighing scales or not, full stop. We also do the Great Food Debate, figuring out what the best sandwich filling is. 

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    • 40 min
    3. What to do when your clothes don't fit any more

    3. What to do when your clothes don't fit any more

    It's hard when your body changes and you find you've outgrown your clothes, especially when you don't enjoy clothes shopping or you don't like the numbers on the clothes labels. Here I've given you some tips on how to make that easier for yourself. Also, find out why Will Smith and Billie Eilish have made my news this week, and which cheese made the cut in the Great Food Debate.

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    • 32 min

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