How old were you when you went on your first diet?
How did your upbringing influence your ideas about food, eating and how your body “should” look?
In today’s episode, I talk with podcast listener Brooke Streufert.
Brooke spent most of her life hopping from one diet to the next, until she started listening to the Weight Loss for Foodies podcast two years ago.
Her story is an inspiring one of someone who didn't fit our culture’s idea of how our bodies are supposed to look from a young age, and how she struggled with dieting until she finally decided to never diet again.
She found the Weight Loss for Foodies podcast through a Google search, started listening, and “never could’ve imagined what that choice would do for my life.”
Tune in to hear Brooke’s journey, and how her decision to ditch dieting and start listening to her body changed her entire relationship with food and eating, and did what she never thought was possible: she, along with her husband, lost weight without dieting, and gained a whole new perspective on life!
Brooke is an inspiration, and I hope her story will help you stay (or become) motivated to completely abandon the diet mindset and diet culture, and enjoy food and life more.
Brooke’s success came from listening to the Weight Loss for Foodies Podcast and being a member of Ditch the Diet Tribe, my free Facebook group. If you aren’t a member of Ditch the Diet Tribe yet, you can join HERE and at the link below.
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