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Fit Friends Happy Hour

This isn’t your standard health and fitness podcast! Come hang out with us as we talk about how to stop chasing the numbers and start doing what feels right for your body! Learn how to find joy in movement while getting rid of the toxic belief that you are not enough. Katie is a Registered Dietitian and fitness professional, passionate about helping you become the expert at your own body. We talk nutrition as it applies to Katie's non-diet approach, self-acceptance, finding joy in fitness, and all around how to be a better human. Fit Friends Happy Hour will feel like you're chatting with a girlfriend who GETS IT and wants the best for you. Katie shares personal stories while also bringing you the experts in a non-diet approach. Whether you're driving, running, or getting stuff done around the house, we hope you'll feel inspired to live the awesome life you’ve been called to live! Thanks for joining us!! Find Katie at www.KatieHake.com and on Instagram @kthake
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Now displaying: November, 2022
Nov 28, 2022

Grab some coffee or tea and join me for a most epic celebration! Not only did the podcast hit 100K downloads recently but I also found out I was pregnant (talk about massive milestones!) In this episode, I’m giving you all the details about life since I found out I was pregnant. I’m chatting about everything from how I found out and revealed the big news to Joey to how I’ve been feeling and how I’ve been shifting my working routine. Plus, I’m giving you a post-holiday pep-talk to help you ditch the shame and guilt you might be holding onto after overeating so you can resist the strong pull to diet this time of year. 

 

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Nov 21, 2022

'Tis the season for holiday meals and gatherings galore! It’s time to pass around the stuffing and the pumpkin pie and maybe a little bit of diet talk while we’re at it (Ugh, amirite?!). 

While it's the most wonderful time of the year, the social gatherings largely focused on food can often be stressful or triggering for many because the truth is, diet culture is everywhere.

We're bound to encounter diet talk at holiday gatherings. But that doesn't mean it has to damage your relationship with food and your body. Listen in as I share 5 tips that will help you navigate diet talk like a boss, protecting your energy, mindset, and boundaries throughout the holiday season and beyond.

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Book a Free Strategy Call | www.katiehake.com/schedulhttps://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/0221p16.shtmle

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Nov 14, 2022

When you think about someone with an eating disorder, you probably picture an extremely thin teenage girl, thanks to media-driven stereotypes, but the truth is that eating disorders can impact people of any age, gender, or body composition. In fact, even elementary-aged kids are at risk. That’s why today, I’m bringing Courtney Vickery, MS, RD, LD on the show to shed light on what puts a child at risk for developing an eating disorder and signs that a child might be suffering from one. 

As a Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and eating disorder survivor, Courtney is a wealth of knowledge on pediatric disordered eating. You’ll walk away from this episode feeling on fire for rejecting diet culture and weight stigma so you can create a ripple effect that helps the kids in your life develop a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.  

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https://www.vickerywellness.com/

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Connect with The Katie:

Book a Free Strategy Call | www.katiehake.com/schedulhttps://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/0221p16.shtmle

Join The Free Community | https://www.facebook.com/groups/fitfriendshappyhourpodcast/

Nov 7, 2022

Did you grow up with an ‘almond mom’ AKA  a mom who was stuck in the throes of diet culture? 

If you answered yes, my guess is that it probably had a huge impact on your body image story. 

When you hear things as you’re growing up like, “A moment on the lips, forever on the hips.” or “You’re probably not actually hungry, just bored.” It’s natural to become hyperfocused on your body and your weight.

And even if your mom meant well - and most do - these words often leave scars. In fact, many of my clients have shared with me that they still can’t forget certain comments they heard about their bodies, even things they heard as early as grade school. 

The point here is that you’re not alone, and those childhood experiences don't have to define your body story forever.

Tune in to this episode to learn about how you can begin to write the next chapter and heal your relationship with food and your body. 

Connect with The Katie:

Book a Free Strategy Call | www.katiehake.com/schedulhttps://www.todaysdietitian.com/newarchives/0221p16.shtmle

Join The Free Community | https://www.facebook.com/groups/fitfriendshappyhourpodcast/

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