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The size of a patient’s body is erroneously blamed for a lot of health conditions, but that blame is doubly true for patients in large bodies suffering with chronic pain, joint pain, back pain, and mobility issues.
Weight stigma doesn’t end at the doctor’s office if physical therapy becomes part of the care plan, and the patient is shuttled from one weight-focused provider to another.
However, this week’s guest Dr. Lisa Folden is going to open your mind to an entirely different point of view. She is a weight-inclusive, body positive, HAES® aligned physical therapist and wellness consultant, and she is going to blow the cover off everything you have questioned about diet culture and your physical body.
Are people addicted to food in the same way that substance abusers are addicted to drugs? This is an ongoing debate and clearly an area of scientific research with much more discovery yet to come.
However, is the urgency to define food addiction just another attempt for the diet industry to “fix” something that isn’t broken? Or it is going to be a discovery that helps people understand their behavior and improve their health outcomes?
The jury is still out on this one – but in this episode Maggie describes the state of the science on both sides of the conversation. You be the judge for yourself!
Deciding to ditch diet culture is not a singular event, but an ongoing process. It is a common obstacle to feel, at the very last minute, that maybe all those years and decades of dieting offered you something worthwhile… and maybe you aren’t ready to completely leave it behind.
This week’s episode is about the top five aspects of dieting that keep us stuck and keep us second guessing our decision to leave.
*Spoiler* Maggie can help you work through these feelings so that you make the most informed decision about ditching your diet forever!
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