Intuitive Eating with Registered Dietician Shana Spence
Shana is a self-describe “eat anything” Registered Dietitian Nutritionist based in New York. Looking to create a platform for open discussion on nutrition and wellness topics, she pivoted from a career in the fashion industry to shed a new light on diet culture, nutrition and intuitive eating. Whether you’re recovering from an eating disorder or looking to incorporate healthier eating habits, tune in for all of Shana’s top tips to add to your toolkit.
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Follow Shana – @thenutritiontea
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Christy Harrison – Anti-diet
SHORT ON TIME? Here are some key topics we covered…
1:18 – How Shana went from fashion merchandising to dietetics
3:30 – What is an anti-diet dietician?
6:30 – Shana’s take on ‘good’ foods, ‘bad’ foods and food control
9:50 – The most common patterns of disordered eating
11:25 – Wrapping your head around the concept of eating more to lose weight
13:00 – What is ‘intuitive’ eating?
19:55 – How to transition into an intuitive eating pattern
22:00 – What if I’m recovering from an eating disorder?
27:10 – What about breakfast and intermittent fasting?
32:00 – Are there any benefits to the diet industry?
37:15 – Shana busts some diet culture myths
43:00 – The problem with wanting to lose weight before changing your lifestyle
45:50 – Shana’s message for the women of the world
47:10 – Does intuitive eating help you find your ‘happy weight’?
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