92: How to Care About Your Eating Without Caring Too Much
The purpose of food and nutrition is to enable you to live a fulfilling and meaningful life, but not necessarily to be the object of life. Food is important, but doesn't need to occupy so much room in your life that you don't have energy for the important things.
Emily Fonnesbeck, RD is a registered dietitian nutritionist who is an outspoken advocate for orthorexia recovery among other topics within the Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating discourse.
Emily joined me on the podcast this week to discuss her personal story with transitioning into motherhood and how her relationship with food changed during this transition in her life. We also discussed her eventual recovery from orthorexia and what eating and self-care in general look like for her now as a mother and dietitian. We talk about her experiences with pregnancy and how this has affected her own recovery and body image.
We also dive into strategies for caring about your health and your eating without caring too much and how to honor the wisdom of your cravings.
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