Allison is back on the show to go deeper into intuitive eating and the wellness industry. You can find her first interview on Episode 43 – (FIND IT HERE).

My relationship with food has been with me almost my whole life. I’ve been obsessive about getting skinny, I’ve been hyper focused on eating “healthy” and I have finally settled into a way of eating that I believe I could eat like for the rest of my life.

And I sometimes want to be leaner. Have more muscle definition. Change my body.

I also left a network marketing company because I was sick of marketing to people with weight loss and products.

All of these thoughts were swirling around in my head so of course I invited Allison back on the podcast to talk about ALL of the things.

In This Episode We Talk About:

  • The NY Times Article “Smash the Wellness Industry” (Find it HERE).
  • What intuitive eating really involves
  • Pop Tarts and Mac ‘n Cheese
  • Privilege in the food and wellness industry (an area I am still learning about)
  • Bigger bodies
  • Health at every size
  • Feelings and emotions


intuitive eating, wellness industry


About Allison:

“I care about the quality of someone’s life more than external factors. Everyone has unique needs so I believe in individualized programs that allow you to become the master of your own body. This is done through a non-restrictive and weight- inclusive approach that includes education on intuitive eating tools, balancing of foods and macronutrients, finding satisfaction (in food and life) and nourishment.”


Fun Facts About Allison:

  • I LOVE fresh dough: donuts, cinnamon rolls, Momma Mosso’s homemade bread.
  •  I aimlessly walk around Target.
  • Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics is my vice.


Find Allison on the Web:

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Instagram –





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