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113 Truce with Food with Ali Shapiro

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Today, I’m talking to Ali Shapiro about how to have a truce with food. Ali is a life coach and co-host of the “Insatiable” podcast and a speaker. She combined her training in functional medicine at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition and her masters’ degree in organizational dynamics at UPENN to create her “Truce with Food” method while in graduate school. She is also a 24-year cancer survivor! Her “Truce with Food” method is about ending the gymnastics with food that women get exhausted from. It’s about trying to be good with food but not too strict. How do you do this? Ali and I are going to get into that. Ali has an incredible wealth of knowledge. Please enjoy this interview with Ali Shapiro.


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Show Notes:

  • How long has Ali been working with women?
  • What made her want to help other women?
  • Why did she think she needed to be on a diet when she was 8?
  • Did she have safety in her own body?
  • What does it mean to feel safe in your body?
  • How does she help women to be able to trust their bodies?
  • What is the difference between safety and familiarity?
  • What has she seen in girls who played sports and risks?
  • What is the “good girl” syndrome?
  • What is the breakdown of how she helps women with their bodies in her program “Truce with Food”?

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