Many women struggle with their weight, especially at midlife. Hormonal changes can influence your appetite, including how much you eat and what you’re craving. These hormonal changes can also cause you to store more fat. While you may be tempted to diet, dieting is not the answer. Dieting is not sustainable, and predicts weight gain not loss. Plus, dieting increases stress which can also trigger emotional eating and weight gain around your waistline.
What’s the answer? Reclaim your food voice and learn to eat intuitively and in this week’s show you’ll learn how to do it! I’ll be dishing with registered dietitian Julie Duffy Dillon about how you can ditch dieting forever and learn to listen to your intuitive wisdom around eating. Plus, Julie will also share her wisdom around PCOS (polycystic ovary disease). You’ll lean what PCOS is, what to do about PCOS cravings, and how it can impact menopause.
In the second half of the show we’ll shift gears and talk about heart disease the leading cause of death in US women, with Tim Bilbrey. He’s developed an award-winning home-based system to help cardiac patients, and will share an innovative solution for supporting cardiac patients.
More About My Guests
Julie Duffy Dillon
After sobbing in her boss’s office 15 years ago, Julie Duffy Dillon, registered dietitian and PCOS expert, taught her last diet. Once she saw the anti-fat bias, she couldn’t unsee it. Now Julie helps people with PCOS confidently tackle health concerns moving forward without shame and blame. She teaches them how to burn their PCOS diet books while bringing clarity into their relationship with food and body. Julie wants to empower everyone to grab their crown because they are King and Queen of their own castle.
You can hear her on her own podcast, Find Your Food Voice and find out more at JulieDuffyDillon.com
Tim Bilbrey is an experienced manager of inpatient and outpatient cardiac rehab programs for over 15 years, Tim Bilbrey developed an award-winning home-based system proven to reduce costly hospital readmissions in cardiac patients. With an MBA from Texas Tech, he has published and/or co-authored several articles and is well versed in the healthcare ecosystem.