Episode 201: Eating Triggers

Brodie Welch on Ali Shapiro’s podcast, Insatiable

As we’re taking a brief pause from the regular podcasting schedule, Ali Shapiro gave us permission to rebroadcast this interview on eating triggers and what it means to embody self-respect.

Originally aired on Ali’s podcast, Insatiable, this conversation delves deep into the relationship between self-care and self-respect. As a systems thinker and someone interested in blending paradigms, Ali engages with how societal factors play into our ability to take care of ourselves and live healthy lives in contemporary society.

On Today’s Episode of A Healthy Curiosity:

  • Defining what it means to embody self-respect
  • What can trigger us to stop our self-care
  • How willpower and habits are different

Ali is the founder of Truce with Food®, host of the top-ranked podcast Insatiable, a holistic nutritionist, integrated health coach and rebel with a serious cause. She’s academically, practically, and empathetically aware of how the medical system, diet culture, and body positivity movements all have their own flavor of crazy. She created her Truce with Food method while in graduate school at the University of Pennsylvania where she earned her Masters in Organizational Dynamics, which is like getting an MBA in the change process, where she drew from her decade plus of working with real life clients and her own personal healing journey from having cancer as a teenager.


Ali’s Truce with Food Program

Eating Triggers: Embody Self-Respect with Brodie Welch – Insatiable Season 5, Episode 7

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