Dietitians Unplugged Podcast
Dietitians Unplugged Podcast
Dietitians Unplugged
Episode 76 - Eating Disorders, Orthorexia and Aging with Meg Bradbury
59 minutes Posted May 20, 2020 at 11:00 pm.
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Aaron and Glenys welcomed Meg Bradbury to the Dietitians Unplugged podcast! Meg Bradbury is a Certified Body Trust Provider®, anti-diet nutritionist, Accessible Yoga® Teacher, and registered Yoga Alliance yoga and meditation teacher. Meg is in private practice working with individuals, groups, and families, advocating for body acceptance, eating disorder/disordered eating/body shame recovery, freedom with food, joyful movement, and stillness/breathwork. She also co-leads the Elderqueer project, an online gathering space for 40+ queers to connect and build community through conversations about aging in body, relationships, emotions, transitions, trust, and cultural relevance. Meg’s practice is fat positive, weight neutral, and LGBTQIA+ affirming. As an eating disorder survivor, Meg’s work is centered in the tenets of Relational Cultural Therapy; she holds space for clients of all ages with compassion, empathy, and humor.


In this episode, they discussed:

  • Meg’s experience of developing an eating disorder
  • What is orthorexia, and how it took over her life
  • Why orthorexia has become so pervasive in our culture
  • The effects of aging on eating disorders
  • The tyranny of the anti-aging industrial complex
  • Using breath and yoga to connect with the body



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