Love, Food Podcast

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What if you could write a letter to Food? Pen to paper, you hash out the love/hate relationship and Food’s undeserving power. Details go back years, to your first childhood diet trying to fit in. In this letter, you examine your dusty Food beliefs and wonder which go in the trash, are for others, and which remain in your heart. What if you wrote this all down and Food wrote you back? This is Love, Food. It’s a weekly podcast series for those with a complicated relationship with Food hoping to rewrite their fate. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app.

Julie is so personable and relates well to kids. She made my son feel at ease and was able to take his circumstances and make them more concrete by relating them to sports and to what his interests were. He didn’t feel like he was at a doctors office just sitting on a couch, being lectured at. Being 8 at the time, he needed someone to speak to him on his cognitive level and not “over his head”. Julie did a great job doing that.
2017-05-01T18:13:54-04:00
Julie is so personable and relates well to kids. She made my son feel at ease and was able to take his circumstances and make them more concrete by relating them to sports and to what his interests were. He didn’t feel like he was at a doctors office just sitting on a couch, being lectured at. Being 8 at the time, he needed someone to speak to him on his cognitive level and not “over his head”. Julie did a great job doing that.

Julie has created an open, relaxed, and welcoming environment, while still managing to be professional and organized at all times.
2017-05-01T18:14:09-04:00
Julie has created an open, relaxed, and welcoming environment, while still managing to be professional and organized at all times.

Julie Dillon completely changed the way I viewed food. She also inspired me to see my body as an instrument of life, instead of an instrument working against me. Because of her intervention and care, I am eating healthfully, feeling more energized, and sleeping better. I am training for a marathon, and really thinking about how what I eat powers my performance.
2017-05-01T18:14:18-04:00
Julie Dillon completely changed the way I viewed food. She also inspired me to see my body as an instrument of life, instead of an instrument working against me. Because of her intervention and care, I am eating healthfully, feeling more energized, and sleeping better. I am training for a marathon, and really thinking about how what I eat powers my performance.

Julie is my hero- my husband has been a client for a few years. I would credit her with saving his life … I feel like I take a self-esteem vitamin after I meet with her. As you can tell, I cannot say enough!
2017-05-01T18:14:52-04:00
Julie is my hero- my husband has been a client for a few years. I would credit her with saving his life … I feel like I take a self-esteem vitamin after I meet with her. As you can tell, I cannot say enough!
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(199) PCOS and Weight Loss

What if what you’ve learned about PCOS and weight loss is not true? What if the pursuit of weight loss is not a good solution to promoting health? What if you don’t have be smaller to feel better with PCOS? Let’s chat about PCOS and weight. I hope it helps you have more informed consent…


(198) How do I embrace Intuitive Eating while others say I need to be smaller? (with Shira Rosenbluth)

Have you been told your body is wrong? Recovering into a body that looks different from those you see in your profession? This week’s letter features a higher weight person with aspirations to be on stage, TV, or film. How do you recover while navigating rejection? Listen up as we chat with therapist Shira Rosenbluth…


(197) You are not letting yourself go.

If your New Year resolution did NOT include diets you may be feeling a bit down. Many people tell me that a few weeks after moving away from diets they fear the worst: letting themselves go. I am here to tell you something different. Listen to this latest After the Letters Project episode in your…


(196) How do I reject diet culture in college? (with Ayana Habtemariam)

How do you navigate a fat phobic world without support? This episode’s letter writer just started college and recovering from an eating disorder. And it is hard! College campus can be a hub for overexercise, bad body talk, and diets. Listen as I chat with Ayana Habtemariam from Truly Real Nutrition about ways to navigate…


(195) New to Intuitive Eating? Start here.

New to Intuitive Eating? Welcome. Together we can help you move away from diets, diet culture, body hate, and the myth of the thin ideal. Intuitive eating is exciting AND scary. Avoid these pitfalls while cultivating other concepts described in this latest Love Food podcast episode. Subscribe and leave a review here in just seconds.…


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