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Podcast, Weight Coaching | July 31, 2018  | by  Shari Broder | 0 COMMENT
Why Fat Talk Harms Women and How to Stop It | Weight Loss for Foodies Podcast

Are you a fat talker?  

You heard that right. No, it isn’t a typo. What I mean is —do you talk to other women about how fat you feel or about other women’s weight? 

Like when someone says, “Wow, I look like a beached whale in this dress!” 

Or, “No way I’m going to the beach. No one’s going to see me in a swim suit.” 

Or “Can you believe she wore that outfit? She doesn’t exactly have the figure for it.” 

If you answered “no” to my original question, you’re either in a tiny minority of women, you don’t understand what fat talk is, or maybe you’re not being honest! 

It isn’t just talking about our own bodies that is a problem. It’s talking about other women’s bodies, too. 

Listen to learn more about what fat talk is and why it is harmful. 

And what you can do to change it Because ending fat talk is good for women!

Take the pledge to end fat talk now! 





About the author 

Shari Broder

My mission is to help foodies ditch dieting and lose the weight for good. Discover what is really causing your weight issues (it isn't that you love food!), and learn how to stop obsessing about food and make peace with food and eating. Get off the diet hamster wheel once and for all and learn to eat consciously, stop emotional eating and enjoy the foods you love while permanently losing your desire to overeat.

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Meet Shari

I am passionate about helping women lose weight without dieting by teaching them how to trust their inner wisdom and make peace with food and eating.  I love teaching women how to get off the diet hamster wheel by learning how to eat consciously, stop emotional eating and enjoy foods they love while losing their desire to overeat along with their excess weight.