Intuitive Eating Ireland
Episode 4: Michelle McCormick

Episode 4: Michelle McCormick

July 26, 2022

This week we are joined by Michelle McCormick who is a fat activist and professional fat lady about town. Michelle takes us through fat activism, body positivity and how harmful stereotypes that are so prevalent in diet culture are and the negative effects they cause. We hope you enjoy. 

 

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Episode Three: Niamh Orbinski

Episode Three: Niamh Orbinski

June 13, 2022

Welcome back to episode three where we are joined by Niamh Orbinski (@nutritionwithniamh) who is a Nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counsellor and yoga teacher. During this episode, we talk all things intuitive eating from trusting yourself and your intuition to how to approach this as an act of self-care. Enjoy.

Episode 2: Fat-Positive Fertility

Episode 2: Fat-Positive Fertility

May 17, 2022

Welcome back to season two of the Intuitive Eating Ireland Podcast. This week Sinead sits down with fat-positive fertility coach, author, and activist Nicola Salmon (@fatpositivefertility) to discuss fertility, pregnancy and navigating the healthcare system in a bigger body.

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Presented by: Sinéad Crowe (@intuitive.eating.ireland)

Produced by: Rosetta O’Sullivan (@rosie_osull)

Season Two Episode One: Teenagers, diet culture and self compassion.

Season Two Episode One: Teenagers, diet culture and self compassion.

January 12, 2022

Welcome to season two of the Intuitive Eating Ireland podcast. We're so glad to have you. 

 

In our kick off for season two, Sinead is joined by last season's co-host and this season's first guest, Gillian. They dive into how diet culture affects our teenagers, drawing on past experiences and discussing the importance of self compassion during these years of change. 

 

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Show Notes:

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Books mentioned: Links provided to various book stores but we encourage you to support local:

Anti Diet by Christy Harrison

https://www.easons.com/anti-diet-christy-harrison-9781529381177?gclid=CjwKCAiAlfqOBhAeEiwAYi43F_EXDKEPefDG_xlc6KMusQnC8RrfcImlz8jAEyaoTXProtyTkaR5ehoCI0AQAvD_BwE

 

The Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens by Elyse Resch

https://www.easons.com/the-intuitive-eating-workbook-for-teens-elyse-resch-9781684031443?gclid=CjwKCAiAlfqOBhAeEiwAYi43F16Myxl7r4ZIBNQ0JIwJe-QpUjlaRfDbPZHev5IMmdDQWt65GJBNlRoCJHUQAvD_BwE

 

 

Daily rituals, shame & inner child & setting boundaries.

Daily rituals, shame & inner child & setting boundaries.

June 22, 2021

Today we chat about our daily self-care practices, we chat about shame and our inner child & how to navigate the doctors office and set personal boundaries. 

Emotions!

Emotions!

June 16, 2021

This week we chat about emotions and how we are often conditioned to numb out, distract from or suppress our emotions & how this impacts our relationship with food. 

Body Image

Body Image

June 8, 2021

This week we talk about how to overcome bad body image days & how sometimes we have impostor syndrome! 

Raising Intuitive Eaters

Raising Intuitive Eaters

June 1, 2021

We chat about raising intuitive eaters & how our children often teach us so much about how to listen and respond to our bodies individual needs. 

Intuitive Movement

Intuitive Movement

May 25, 2021

This week we chat about finding intuitive movement & the difference it makes in your life to find movement that feels good in YOUR body as opposed to using it as a form of punishment or to earn or burn your food. 

Food Habituation

Food Habituation

May 18, 2021

We talk about how we always believed that if we had unconditional permission to eat all foods that we would eat ALL the food ALL the time. Turns out this is how diet culture has conditioned us to believe that we can't trust our bodies. Interestingly, when you're allowed eat whatever you want, the pull towards previously forbidden foods dissipates. 

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