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Full Plate is a podcast about healing from diet culture, setting boundaries, exploring mental health, and finding body liberation. Each week, Abbie walks you through the ins and outs of nuanced topics in the anti-diet movement and health at every size paradigm. Episodes are either Q&A stye, or a guest interview. Abbie is an anti-diet nutritionist with a master’s in nutrition and integrative health. She is also the founder and owner of Abbie Attwood Wellness, a private practice dedicated to w ...
 
Does your gym workout consistently get cut from your schedule? Enjoy your food too much to give it up for a diet? Paul Michaels your host is a 51 year old work-from-home-father of three teenagers, who finally gave up on the idea of going to the gym and in it’s place figured out how to live synchronously (combining exercise into everything he does). As a result lost 30lbs and walked a 1000 miles in 6 months - doing and eating what he normally does with only small changes. Now it’s your turn g ...
 
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TW: Mention of eating disorder behaviors in this epidode. Shira Rosenbluth, LCSW joins the pod to talk about her experience in eating disorder recovery as a clinician in the anti-diet, weight-inclusive space. We talk about so much, including: What’s going on for Shira in this moment of life with her recovery and her therapy practice Balancing struc…
 
Whether or not you’ve done a Whole30, this episode goes through how this diet is a specific example of wellness culture – the new version of diet culture, where restrictive eating is disguised as “health”. Abbie’s husband Jeb joins to keep her from going on a 3-hour tangent, which trust us, is a good thing. Topics discussed: Wellness culture and he…
 
Let's talk about MOVEMENT (without a side of diet culture). Kira Onysko Jones joins the pod to share her journey with fitness, body image, and her relationship with food. We discuss so much on this one -- from cooking new foods as a part of healing from disordered eating, to Gilmore Girls (just kidding, that was only for a few minutes at the end, I…
 
Aleta Storch joins the pod to talk about her experience growing up with ADHD, how her disordered eating began in college, and the ways in which that manifested alongside her navigating a mental health condition. Abbie shares ways in which this relates to her experiences with anxiety and OCD. We also discuss food rules when you have a mental health …
 
In this episode, Abbie answers a listener question from Patreon and talks about the seduction of diet culture in the New Year. You’ll hear about how you can challenge the diet culture mindset using self-compassion rather than comparison, a values-based framework, and the body of evidence on "weight management". This episode is an important reminder…
 
Summer Innanen joins the pod to talk about body image and self-worth. We go into a little bit of everything on this one – from Summer’s experience of diet culture growing up, to the crossfit world and Paleo diet, to bargaining with herself as she learned about intuitive eating and body acceptance. We explore tangible tips on how to get out of a neg…
 
Let's talk diet talk. It's the holiday season, and that means plenty of opportunities to be surrounded by other people WHILE being surrounded by food. Cue the "I'm being so bad!" and "Good thing I'll be doing a January detox!" and "Are you really eating ALL of that?" comments. In this episode, Abbie walks through how to prepare for food and body co…
 
Dr. Colleen Reichmann joins the pod to talk about her own lived experience with an eating disorder and the rocky road of recovery that led to her becoming a psychologist who specializes in eating disorders. We also talk about how early childhood and our personality and temperament impact why and how we reach for coping mechanisms like food restrict…
 
Let’s chat about sugar – specifically the concept of “sugar addiction” and what the science says. This topic has been requested countless times, and I can absolutely understand why. Diet culture has demonized sugar in a myriad of ways, leaving so many of us to feel like we “can’t control ourselves” around sweet foods. If you’ve ever felt like you a…
 
Body acceptance coach Kristina Bruce joins the pod to talk about how our thoughts and conditioning shape our the experience we have in our body. We discuss the impact of body comments on body image, why dieting and body control can feel like a form of safety, how diet culture keeps us from living an authentic life, and what we can do to begin chall…
 
Time for some holiday Q&A! In this episode, Abbie answers two listener questions relating to food guilt, over-eating, and general anxiety about holiday food festivities. You'll hear about common causes of guilt with eating and how to rethink guilt in the context of diet culture. These questions also take us on a bit of a road trip through mental re…
 
Get ready because this is a good one! First, Abbie and Diane talk about some changes to the pod in the What's New With You segment. Then Abbie introduces us to her favorite (yes, she has a lot of favorites) way to approach food choices. It's something that will help you tune into what you really want to eat as well as how to eat in a more peaceful …
 
In this episode, we explore the nuances surrounding the distinction between a “food rule” and a true food preference. This can be a tricky distinction to make when you are ditching diet culture, healing from chronic dieting, or recovering from an eating disorder / more generalized disordered relationship with food. We discuss uncovering your intent…
 
We’re tackling another common misconception about anti-diet culture: Is the anti-diet movement anti-nutrition? We discuss how diet culture frames nutrition as a personal responsibility, how class and privilege are involved, what impact nutrition actually has on our well-being, and how we can start to explore it for ourselves without the rigidity an…
 
In this episode, we explore a common fear: the fear of endless weight gain when moving away from dieting, disordered eating, or other restrictive behaviors with food and / or exercise. We discuss how the body reacts to deprivation (both physiological and psychological), what the science says about set point weight, and what we can learn about energ…
 
If you’ve ever compared what you eat to what or how much someone else is eating (specifically your partner), this episode is for you. This is a question that Abbie receives constantly from clients and followers, and we’re here for it. We discuss comparison, gendered perceptions of food intake, and how to move through the muck of food comparison whe…
 
In this episode, we’re talking about a common misconception that comes up when talking about anti-diet culture. What if you follow a particular way of eating (ahem, diet) for “health” instead of weight-loss? How does that fit into the paradigm of food freedom and attuned eating? This is a packed episode! We touch on healthism, food morality, intent…
 
We’ve got a wonderful guest for you in this episode! Dr. Alexis Conason joins us to talk about how she found the anti-diet approach after beginning her career in the weight-centric model, the ways she uses mindfulness with her clients as a form of healing from diet culture, and how self-acceptance plays such a central role in our relationship to fo…
 
In this episode, we’re tackling part two of our listener question from last week about how the f*ck to figure out what to eat after decades of following diet rules and living with a disordered eating mentality about food. Abbie takes us through two foundational places to begin this process, and then we talk about some tangible tips for putting toge…
 
In this episode, we’re answering a listener question about how to decide what to eat when you’re coming from decades of dieting or disordered eating. Christie asks: How do you know WHAT to eat after DECADES of eating only "yes" foods and completely avoiding "no" foods? How do you know what food your body is hungry for? These two studies reference t…
 
It’s a husband episode! Abbie and her husband Jeb are interviewed about how they have navigated, and continue to navigate, their relationship with Jeb being a recovering addict and Abbie having recovered from an eating disorder. This episode is full of helpful thoughts and tips for anyone who is in a relationship or friendship where mental health i…
 
We can experience a loss of appetite for a variety of reasons – illness, stress, anxiety, dieting and restriction, and so much more. In this episode, Abbie walks us through why this is such a common experience in recovery from dieting and disordered eating, the reasons for a loss of appetite, how to identify subtle signs of hunger, and then practic…
 
We have a special guest on this episode! Dr. Kera Nyemb-Diop joins us to talk about the way diet culture influences cultural food choices and how she approaches this with her work in nutrition. We also discuss the racist origins of diet and wellness culture, common myths she hears about the “health” of certain foods in the black community, and how …
 
This episode is all about movement. Diet culture has bound up fitness with food and our body image, and it’s so important to unravel that to find out what movement truly means for each of us. Making peace with exercise means approaching it from a place of self-care – but how do we do that after decades of thinking about it through the diet culture …
 
In this episode, we’re answering a listener question (with recommendations in general for handling medical conditions): "Do you have suggestions for handling a high blood pressure diagnosis? I recently started blood pressure medication but have been wary of my doctor’s “diet and exercise” suggestion for lowering it without meds. Would love your HAE…
 
In this episode, we’re answering two listener questions about general boundaries around diet culture talk and specific boundaries at the doctor’s office. 1) "Can you recommend strategies for handling constant diet culture talk at the office, social events, with family, etc.? l literally don’t know a single person who isn’t fully engulfed in this, a…
 
In this episode, we’re answering some listener Q&As from our Patreon community. Topics include weight loss with intuitive eating, how fitness goals fit into anti-diet culture, and how to navigate cravings for foods that don’t make you feel physically good. Hi Abbie and Diane, I hope you’re doing well. I’ve been loving the podcast and recommend it t…
 
In this episode, Abbie takes us through 3 tips for improving our body image…right now. Body image is a compex, individual, and nuanced topic. Healing our own body image can feel insurmountable given that diet culture is constantly moving the target of the beauty ideal, and everywhere we look we’re faced with messaging that makes us feel like we’re …
 
In this episode, we are diving into three listener questions on hunger. Abbie walks us through the science behind these questions along with some practical tips on navigating them, and both Abbie and Diane reflect on personal experiences with hunger in recovering from dieting and / or disordered eating. Listener questions we answer: "I love love lo…
 
In this episode, we get into a topic we both know a lot about - tracking macros! We’re breaking down why and how it may “work” for folks, and dishing up (spoiler alert!) the reasons why it truly isn’t a path to "food freedom" many claim it to be. We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreo…
 
This week, we're featuring one of our bonus episodes that's typically only available to our Patreon members to give you a sneak peek at what those shows are like! In this episode, we dig into some juicy FAQs that center around the pursuit of health within the intuitive eating and anti-diet paradigms. We both agreed that this is one of our BEST epis…
 
Today we’re talking about a common question we get: How do I stop being such an emotional eater? Well, as usual, the discussion around this might surprise you. We dig into common questions as well as some practical tips for how to navigate this. Topics include understanding what emotional eating really is, how restriction impacts our eating behavio…
 
Today we’re talking all about FOOD RULES! A food rule is a deeply rooted belief about food, typically inherited from a diet, “guru”, or collective socialization in diet culture. These rules keep us relying on external sources of information rather than the internal wisdom our bodies provide. In this episode, Abbie takes us through a step-by-step pr…
 
Today we’re answering a listener question from instagram. The question is about being tempted to restrict or revert to elimination of foods during an autoimmune flare, and how to cope without diet culture. We discuss the influence of wellness culture on the autoimmune community, the pitfalls of food as a way to “fix” ourselves when our bodies are s…
 
In this episode, we get into a topic Diane knows a lot about - the Paleo diet! We’re breaking down why and how it may “work” for folks, and dishing up (spoiler alert!) the reasons why it truly isn’t necessary to follow a Paleo diet to experience those benefits. We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus epi…
 
In this episode, we’re interviewing special guest Nicole Cruz all about how to raise children to be intuitive eaters. Did you know that we’re actually all born as intuitive eaters? But over time, through the conditioning of our institutions, communities, families, and social media (just to name a few), our ability to trust ourselves is questioned, …
 
Have you ever felt like a particular way of eating “worked” for you, either from a health perspective or from a weight perspective? Or, perhaps you’re still having a hard time decoupling an autoimmune condition from a specific diet. In this episode, we unpack the “why” behind diets “working”, and provide both science and experience to explain how y…
 
In this episode, we dive into part two of “things we used to believe”. Topics discussed include the relationship of diet and exercise to health, whether everyone can eat in moderation and the concept of being a “hungrier person” than others. We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreon.com…
 
Living in diet culture since birth means we’ve all been conditioned to believe a lot of things about food and health. In this episode, we dive into part one of “things we used to believe”. Topics discussed include avoiding gluten, elimination diets for autoimmune conditions, and symptoms with the reintroduction of formerly restricted foods. Stay tu…
 
This week, we're continuing our conversation from last week and address three ways we stay stuck in diet culture. We cover fear of weight gain, finding the right coping tools, and learning to trust your body. We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreon.com/fullplate Patreon is also where …
 
In this episode, we’re answering a frequently asked question: Can I lose weight with intuitive eating? Abbie walks us through a way to think about and reflect on the desire to lose weight (her answer might surprise you!) and how to unpack what is beneath the surface of this question. We discuss how it can be approached within the intuitive eating a…
 
The term “diet” has been out of style for many years. Today’s diets masquerade as “healthy lifestyles”, “eating psychology” (hi, Noom), “wellness protocols”, “resets,” “cleanses”, and “detoxes”. Some companies even add intuitive eating language into their marketing to add to the confusion. In fact, a person doesn’t have to be following any of these…
 
Body acceptance coach Kelsie Jepsen joins us for this incredible episode exploring body image healing beyond the thin ideal. We talk about her journey to becoming a fat activist, and why she feels so passionately about the work she does now. Kelsie walks through practical steps to approaching body image disruptions, how important it is to fully par…
 
In this episode, we're talking about boundaries and sharing specific examples of how to approach setting them depending on your context - from light, to moderate, to firm boundaries. Our examples include both boundaries with yourself and with others. We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Pa…
 
In this episode, we're talking about boundaries - what they are, why we set them, and a bit on a diet culture scenario example of boundary-setting. This episode lays the foundation and provides the context for and framework by which Diane uses to set and teach about setting boundaries from light to moderate to firm. Stay tuned for more boundary-set…
 
Join us while we chat with Madeline Tague, the food blogger behind madaboutfood.co and the Instagram @mad_about_food, about her anti-diet journey both personally and professionally. In the interview we cover her shift away from dietary langauge when sharing recipes, her change of heart about Whole30, and how she approaches food with two diagnosed a…
 
If you’ve been listening to the past few episodes and are feeling like the anti-diet movement and intuitive eating are “extreme,” we’re exploring those concerns today, specifically with regard to a podcast review that we want to talk through and clarify. This episode will touch on many things, primarily because we want to take a moment to clear up …
 
In this episode, we lighten things up and talk about all the incredible ways your life improves when you ditch diet culture. Research mentioned: Studies on Intuitive Eating We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreon.com/fullplate Patreon is also where we publicly host transcripts for eac…
 
In this episode, Diane shares a very raw moment related to her body size that went down just days before recording this episode, and Abbie breaks down body grief as well as some myths about body image and body positivity. We are a listener-supported show (no ads!) so please support us on Patreon for bonus episodes at Patreon.com/fullplate Patreon i…
 
In this episode, we explore a common fear: the fear of endless weight gain when moving away from dieting, disordered eating, or other restrictive behaviors with food and / or exercise. We discuss how the body reacts to deprivation (both physiological and psychological), what the science says about set point weight, and what we can learn about energ…
 
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