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In this episode, Anna Sweeney (@dietitiananna) talks about the impact of the 'food is medicine' rhetoric and diet culture whilst being a full-time disabled person living with MS.
In this episode, Zoe Pearce (@thickthighs.positivevibes) talks about living with Lipoedema in a world where it's often treated like a fake condition.
In this episode, Sarah Nicole Landry (@thebirdspapaya) talks about why it's so crucial to pass the mic to content creators with less privilege than ourselves.
In this episode, Steph explains why the body positivity movement no longer represents those it was created for, and then we talk about why the medicalisation of body size has such potential for harm.
The fact that many medical students are still not being taught about weight stigma or the social determinants of health is a MASSIVE problem. A MASSIVE ONE. There really is no excuse for it.
Emotional eating is completely normal. In this episode, Pixie Turner, a registered nutritionist and trainee psychotherapist, explains what it is and why it's not the problem we've been taught to treat it as.
#3: Amanda Lee - Medical Weight Stigma, the History of the BMI and Why Weight-Centric Healthcare Is Just Lazy
In this episode, I get to have a conversation with Amanda Lee, who is an actress, singer and photographer who went viral last month after she posted an incredibly emotional video after experiencing weight stigma from her doctor.
In this episode, I get to talk with the incredible Callie Thorpe about the stigmatising backlash that followed after she was featured on the cover of the February 2021 issue of Cosmopolitan.
In this first episode, I get to have a conversation with the fantastic Megan Crabbe. We discuss topics ranging from her relationship with food and recovering from an eating disorder, the impact of social media on body image, why she loves pandas so much, and why she might soon be changing the name of her social media handles (you heard it here first).