HNY, Once You See It fam!!
We're back in 2023 with a fresh new episode about mindful and intuitive eating - a topic that's especially pertinent around the new year, when many of us (myself included...!) can fall into the annual "diet traps" /snap weight loss goals so commonly associated with New Years and resolutions.
Many of us were raised with unhealthy or unrealistic beliefs about food, and the wise and wonderful Caitlin Hildrebrand is on today to propose a new way of eating - one that focuses on listening to our bodies and nourishing ourselves in body, mind, and spirit.
Join us today as we discuss:
- The tenets of mindful and intuitive eating
- Honoring our values, preferences, and beliefs around food, and learning to listen to our body's cues around nourishment
- The concept of discipline, and becoming disciples - students - of our own bodies and patterns
- Thinking of our bodies as instruments, rather than ornaments
And more...tune in now to Once You See It!
Caitlin Hildebrand, MSHAIL, MSN, AGPCNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner, RYT500, is Clinic Director in Integrative Health at the San Francisco VA, where she practices Integrative Medicine and Primary Care, teaches yoga and mindfulness, and developed and leads a Mindful and Intuitive Eating program for veterans and staff. She has taught for numerous healthcare organizations throughout the US, and published the book "Un-Less: Mindful Journaling for Body Positivity, Mindfulness and Unconditional Self Love".
She has a breadth of knowledge in health and wellness, with a Medical Fellowship from the Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, as well as a Masters in Nursing and another Healthcare Administration from the University of Pennsylvania and UCSF. She teaches in the SF VA Nurse Practitioner residency program and is an Assistant Clinical Professor for UCSF. Currently, she is a PhD candidate at the University of Colorado in Veteran and Military Healthcare, where she is studying Mindful and Intuitive Eating for veterans with diabetes.
Additionally, she graduated with a Yoga Alliance Certification from Yoga to the People and Holistic Yoga Coach training from Purusha Yoga School. She also completed group facilitator training from the Center for Mind-Body Medicine and UCSD Center for Mindfulness, and coursework in trauma-focused yoga.
You can find more about Caitlin in her webpage: Hom Heaven Health
Show notes/sources (click the links below to be redirected):
9:03 - Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction by John Kabat-Zinn
12:32: Un-Less, by Caitlin Hildebrand
19:44 - Health at Every Size framework
29:19: Dr. Lynn Rossy
31:44: Two Minds Theory
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Recorded and produced by Charlotte Herring, AGNP-BC, RN
Music by Neftali Navarro Jimenez