Podcast Episodes

Does looking at photos of yourself trigger intense body shame? Over the last seven years, we’ve seen this time and again: an enjoyable event or experience is ruined as soon as a woman sees photos of herself. This can lead a person to delete precious moments, avoid pictures in the future, and even trigger a return to quick-fix, restrictive dieting.

In this reshared episode, you’ll find a spirited discussion that will challenge you to examine your beliefs, think critically about the messages you are receiving, and really unpack what your relationship with your body means to you. Where do you stand in the pendulum swing of diet culture, body positivity, and body neutrality?

Hello, everyone! In today’s episode, we’re sharing one of our live Q+A’s from our private Facebook group. Join us as we discuss our favorite tips for eating out while trying to lose weight, how to pursue weight loss without restriction, and the optimal amount of habits you should build at one time.

Today we’re back with Part 2 of our series “All About Type 2 Diabetes.” (If you haven’t listened to Part 1, please go back to last week’s episode and listen to it first!) Today, we continue the conversation alongside Jen’s sister Janelle Edwards. Janelle is a nurse and was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes recently. She was so helpful in helping us create the outline for these two episodes that we asked her to come on and share her knowledge and experience live.

13% of the adult population is diabetic, and 90-95% of those cases are Type 2. In addition, one-third of the US population is prediabetic, meaning their health markers are getting dangerously close to a diabetes diagnosis. Half of those with a prediabetes diagnosis will develop Type 2 Diabetes within the next 5 years.

Many feel summer is a catalyst for getting off track with their goals, often followed by panic to get BACK on track in the fall. And we don’t want that for you! We want you to feel calm and capable in whatever health or weight loss journey you might be on!

Today we’re sharing one of our live Q+As where we talk about eating food for pleasure (Is it bad? Is it good?), how to create a balanced breakfast during busy mornings, and what to do to beat the mid-afternoon slump.

Today we’re interviewing former Balance365 Coaching member, Kara Lang. While we know that
once you’re a Balance365er, you’re always a Balance365er, we thought it would be great to follow up with someone who has graduated from our coaching program.

We’re wise. We’re capable. We can do so many hard things… And then there’s this weight loss thing, and it’s something so many of us have never been able to crack.

Feeling stuck? Been there! This is a topic that comes up often in conversations with our audience. Many of us know what we want to do or should do but we STILL struggle to take action. Why is that?!

ChelseyLoveYYC

10/10 Recommend to family, friends, & clients

Sound advice, presented in an easy to understand, approachable way. As a woman, mom, wife, daughter, friend, and Registered Dietitian - I recommend this podcast to everyone including my clients. I'm a huge fan of Balance365. Keep it up ladies! Your friend, @dietitianchels :) 

beckyvb

Outlook shifted 

Since listening to this podcast (and being part of the Facebook group(s) of B365), my whole outlook on myself, my body, my wellness, my worth has changed for the better. I thank these ladies for showing me another way to be in this world. I no longer obsess over my weight or food. I very much look forward to each podcast released!

Rawksanne

My Morning Coffee Date 

Especially in 2020, having a little positivity is so important. Every time I listen to this podcast, not only do I have a smile on my face, I discover something about myself. And I consider myself to have a whole hell of a lot of self-awareness to begin with! It's almost cliche to say this now but it truly feels like you're having coffee with girlfriends.