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So today we are joined by an amazing guest. Lisa hayme she's the founder of the well necessities these founder of fork the noise. She's a master's degree in nutrition and exercise physiology from Columbia University. And you may you probably know her from her instagram. At the the wealth necessities welcome. Thank you so excited to be yes to you. Know it's funny because okay so after last week's episode there's a lot of like noise a lot of noise. There was a lot of feedback and a lot of people. Were like. Go Watch while necessity story. She's a whole thing about five or in general the Diet and so that's how we were introduced to you and then I was watching your whole instagram and I was like wheat. People were showing me this girl's wedding time when I saw your instagram before when I was just talking you for your wedding so that was funny that we were. I was like brought back to meet like connect with you on a different circumstance. But welcome to this this podcast. Thank you thanks for coming to my wedding online. You not tell me about her wedding number one number two. We did know that showed us the wedding idea because I will tell you after everyone was sending me your profile. And they're like I love girl. I got deep into your profile and I was like well. Let me check out her wedding. It was to me so I definitely when when did you got married. We got married in November nine congrats of nineteen eighteen yard. Just got married very newly married. How is it? It's it's better because the wedding stress is gone. Yeah Toto I just think it's a really special time of of just like peaceful sacredness of relationship. Do you agree exactly the same I think for my husband and and I we plan the wedding ourselves like our parents weren't really and so like the day to day stress every night he came home. He's a doctor so his days aren't very calm. Either he'd come home the eight o'clock and then we'd have a rush dinner and then go right into wedding planning so a wow having that off of our plate and being able to like sit on the couch and watch. Svu has just been been able to connect again you know. Yeah Yeah but it's nice that he was so helpful. Yeah massage last night. was I did right every single thankyou note and all of that. Yeah but I will say he was sick. He had a fever for tuning. Blue Light cannot the myth and the man flew where it literally becomes Donald. Yeah well you have. A great man came out why they don't get like regular people sick. They just like turn into dead. Ed Fish Hold. They don't care but they expect you to be this overwhelming sense of nurturing. Yeah but it's funny because is obviously and then he transforms until I'm like who are right. Yeah anyway well welcome. So what are we talking about today. Okay so what do you do in your your your Nardi right. So what do you do in your practice. What do you specialize in? What do people come to you for? Yes so it's been a journey as all things really are and I think it's so important to evolve with your practice so where I once was with my practice is not necessarily where I. AM Today. But I feel so aligned with what I do because it's exactly what I needed and would have been my rescue boat during my days of disordered eating so my mission mission in life is less about the food. It's more teaching you real tools to listen to your body so that you can honor trust and listen to them and again. It's less about the food it's just just when you're so connected to yourself. Everything else isn't about the food you're leaning into your highest power and being able to do the things that excite you whether it's a a hobby or a career or just be a better person. Okay so this is. That's a big jump. That's a big transition. How long did that take you and so just to give us some background? What were your struggles with disorderly day and then how did you get over it? And how long did that take to be where you are now. So I'm I'm thirty one years old. Which means the word disordered eating didn't really exist during the time when I was going through my struggle so my relationship to food like most people's it's not everybody's but got a rocky at the end of Highschool and then into college because this is a podcast? I also just want to say that I'm thin. Body I've never been told to lose weight always actually been complimented for my thin frame and nonetheless. I had an overwhelming fear of gaining weight and began to attach my worth to my size and eventually down the line to my health was my entity as I began to pursue nutrition so anyway ten years ago in the absence of not having Anorexia. I always always eight. Even if I wanted to restrict never happened. I never made myself through up even if I had the desire. And so in the absence of these two known eating disorders. I was fine because I didn't have those. I was just the healthy girl. There was no nobody knew about Kombucha back then or any of the stuff that I was like an early adopter to and I sought out all of my meals in college. I went to University of Miami. where like everybody got like bagels for lunch with the whole foods by myself and had a twelve dollar? You know be huge salad bar so during during this time it just became my identity and over the course of probably the next five years or so what that looked like started to shift so it was clean eating veganism for the wrong reasons not for the environment not for ethics but rather as a way to control and downsize the decisions around around food is that what people would now call orthodoxy. Ah Yeah and or the wreck so you can look like different things you know for some people. It's very clean eating for some. It's about like detoxing axeing orthodoxy. It can be this deep commitment to just health and not about weight at all for some people is about the way but yes I'd say I definitely fell under the umbrella. Also what what were the things that you were doing in college and like out of college that you I know you touched on them but like specifically that you now look look back on and say these were definitely disordered. Yeah and I always say it's I call it disordered eating but it's disordered living because it's about food is all of the time time so you're right. I remember being in college. And this was the first time I sought out therapy specifically for eating was because I was going to sleep and I was thinking about breakfast while I was eating breakfast. I I was thinking about lunch while I was at lunch thinking about dinner and it was just consuming me and and I knew something was wrong. I didn't know what was wrong and do something was wrong. Yeah so it's not normal then the way that I was doing it and the way that I felt I had these strict set of rules about what was good and yeah it was bad and so it wasn't restriction of total food but the good foods were allowed in the bad foods weren't so it's this constant stint state of been restrict restrict even if it's a not technically like a binge like we think of as a bit more than you were allowing yourself you more than as allowing myself but also more than most people were eating because when you have rules about what to eat or went to eat. That are really strict you you along gate mealtimes because you don't know when the next time you allow yourself to eat is actually was getting quite full or feeling quite full but it's not like eating a meal and then I was like like finally moved on with my life right so your life was sort of like constructed around how your meals food would make you feel. No one has ever accused of having healthy eating habits. So it's really how did you. What like like hit you that this was not okay? Because it's it's hard to identify the things that we've always done that we think are just normal So how did you realize that this was an issue and then like how did you get to this. Idea of being. So in touch that you don't have to obsess about food. Yes so I think I had little wakeup calls throughout it like I. They said I went to that therapist. In in college. In undergrad and again this sort of felt like I got it under control a bit and then when they went to Grad school it kind of turned into something the new start to see a therapist again and so there was never this like one moment. Where where I I even said I have disordered eating in this moment when I talk about disordered eating disordered? Living it's really in hindsight it feels like and so there was never this one moment when I was like. That's it we're done but I've felt it when I transitioned out the rules and allowed myself to eat foods in this peaceful way and I was like. Oh this is different. What's different about this? I'm eating chocolate cake but I'm not eating all of the chocolate. The cake