Lauren shares how background of competitive running and a personal training led to her current work with athletes. The importance of learning to trust the body’s wisdom and identify weight stigma when it occurs was discussed. This episode shines a light on weight stigma in athletics and how important it is to have a space of body inclusivity in the athletic world, avoiding the pitfall of conflating thinness with excellence in performance.
Lauren talks about the ways diet culture affects how our kids view food and suggests how to best address and allow our kids to trust their bodies.
Lauren discusses how to move away from the “have-to” of exercise and learn to enjoy moving your body again with practical suggestions to help you get back to your intuitive movement roots.
By Sally Tamarkin, BuzzFeed News Reporter
Lauren describes her weight-inclusive approach and how food and movement can be joyful parts of one’s life, instead of ways to manipulate your body shape and size.
Lauren discusses practical approaches to mindfulness eating practices and the treatment of Binge Eating Disorder in this continuing education webinar.
Lauren talks about all things exercise! Our relationship to movement and our bodies can be complicated by eating disorders or a lifetime of dieting. Lauren explains what we can do to address issues of exercise dependence and exercise avoidance, thus beginning to heal our relationship to movement. She also talks about what intuitive eating can look like for athletes or the regular exerciser.
Lauren shares what she loves about working with her clients, her philosophy, and some good educational resources.
Episode 48: “I Fear Judgement Because of My Body”
Lauren and Julie discuss ways to overcome shame and move into self-care about your body.
By Lauren Anton, MS, RD, CPT
Lauren describes her weight-inclusive approach in the treatment of eating disorders.
Lauren reflects on family dynamics that can play into binge eating disorder in kids.
Lauren talks about how to listen to your body and honor its signals, especially in regards to exercise and injury.
Lauren discusses the how to model a non-diet relationship with food for our children.
Lauren explains how carbohydrate is the body’s preferred energy source and that cutting them can come at a serious energy loss.
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