Maybe you’re coming around to the idea that chronic under-eating and yo-yo dieting has contributed to some of your health issues. Maybe you’re starting to understand that in order to get well, you might need to do the EXACT OPPOSITE of what diet culture tells you. In order to feel better (balance hormones/reduce fatigue/support fertility/support immune system) you might actually have to EAT MORE and WORKOUT LESS.
BUT WHAT THE F DO YOU IF YOU’RE SCARED SHITLESS?
What happens when the "fit, thin, healthy girl” starts to gain weight?
In this episode I interview Denver based NTP and women’s health coach Jessica Christin. Jess shares her story of disordered eating, over-exercise, and the identity crisis that came with taking charge of her health.
In this episode we discuss:
Who she blames for her battle with disordered eating
When eating dysfunction is the societal norm
Food & exercise control
Tools to use when you feel out of control
When weight gain trigger loss of identity
What to do if you don’t handle stress well
Why your practitioner can’t do the work for you
Self love + recovery
What do your relationships have to do with your food intake?