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Are you sick of dietary propaganda? Me too. This week’s guest has been wiping the floor with ridiculous, government-mandated, top-down nutrition recommendations for decades now.

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Say you set a goal this year to get healthy — for all the right reasons. You are determined to do it for you, out of nothing but self-love. Because you know all about diet culture. And restriction. And the all-or-nothing trap. Yes! This time it’s going to be different! And, we — as advocates of an anti-diet life — are proud of you. SO, so, proud. We are cheering you on, like whoa. However, we gotta give you the heads up that this isn’t always a clear path — it can be messy and complicated. And, it can be…

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We’ve written about intuitive eating before (see this post and this post and this one, too) and we highly recommend the book on it: Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Program that Works. But, what does intuitive eating look like in real life? And how does it compare to a dieting mindset? We’re laying out real-world examples below so that you can really see the difference … Which ones sounds better to you? Team intuitive eating all the way for me! –Jenn

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When you have dietary intolerances or allergies, restricting what you eat to avoid those things makes sense. Total and complete sense. However, when you label foods off-limits or as “bad” and restrict yourself from having them for other reasons, it can be a sign of dieting (yep, whether you’re actually on a “diet” or not). As we’ve written  before, diet culture is sneaky. And, the practice of dieting — and restricting — almost always backfires, because dieting — at its core — is driven by restriction. (Here’s how the cycle works.) So today, we’re sharing some signs that you’re being…

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I feel like every time we interview someone for our podcast, I learn something. Or, I hear something in a new way that is so crystal clear that it’s almost like I learn it all over again. You know what I mean? This happened recently when we were chatting with Stefani Ruper of Coconuts & Kettlebells. She dropped a number of truthbombs, but the one that stood out to me was her past experience with the “restrict-binge-shame cycle.” In case you’ve never heard of it — or you’ve never heard of it called that — let me break it down…

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This is what we’d like to do to diet culture. via GIPHY And we are BY FAR not alone in this fight. There are a ton of amazing people who we listen to, read, follow, and generally want to high-five every darn day. We’ve already shared a few resources on what diet culture is and how “fit” doesn’t look a certain way, and we’ve had some awesome podcast guests discuss it, too. We’ll be sharing even more resources in the weeks to come, but here are 21 of our fave anti-diet accounts to follow on Instagram. Each of them drop non-dieting…

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We’ve been writing a lot more about diet culture these days. And while a lot of us are on the fad-diets-don’t-work-and-aren’t-worth-it train (choo, choo — and yay, yay!), it’s important to be aware that diet culture is sneaky. And it’s everywhere. And there are loads of ways for it to work its way into our lives (and heads) without us even knowing it — and that’s what we want to dive deeper into right now. Because, not to be dramatic, but this is the stuff that affects our daily lives, choices, and even our self confidence (not to mention our ability…

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