Outweigh

Outweigh

Amy Brown (co-host of The Bobby Bones Show & host of 4 Things with Amy Brown podcast) and Lisa Hayim (Registered Dietitian, wellness blogger, and host of The Truthiest Life podcast) aim to break the stigma and expose the truth about disordered eating. They expose the ‘grey area’ of eating disorders - the subclinical tendencies many people partake in but fail to get help for. Having overcome their own struggles with disordered eating, Amy and Lisa share their personal experiences, as well as stories from real people who found their food freedom, and conversations with experts who share their guidance. “OUTWEIGH” is an iHeartRadio original podcast that started as a mini-series within Amy’s “4 Things” podcast.

Episodes

October 20, 2020 2 min

Amy Brown (Host of 4 Things with Amy Brown) and Lisa Hayim (Registered Dietitian and Founder of The Well Necessities & F*RK THE NOISE) got together to break the stigma and expose the truth about disordered eating in a new 4-part podcast series called OUTWEIGH. They will expose the ‘grey area’ of eating disorders- the subclinical tendencies that many of us partake in, but fail to get help for. Both having overcome their own stru...

Share
Mark as Played

In this first episode of the series, Amy explains the birth story of OUTWEIGH. Lisa and Amy get raw about how language matters, giving details from their own personal lives how intended compliments towards their bodies ended up reinforcing unhealthy behaviors. Lisa opens up with her personal disordered eating story with orthorexia-sharing how it began and hid perfectly beneath seemingly innocuous "healthy habits" as well as...

Share
Mark as Played

In the second episode of Outweigh, Amy tells it all with her personal eating disorder story and letter to self, diving into the details of why most therapists couldn’t get through to her, and the book and concept that finally made it “click.”  Special guest Meri Barnes (@meri_) pops on to share how excited she is to travel with Amy now that she’s willing to experience eating at different places and be flexible. Lauren, our volu...

Share
Mark as Played

In the third episode of Outweigh, Lisa and Amy get into how we don’t need to abandon exercise and “healthy” eating after struggling with disordered eating, but we do need to shift our relationship to them. In this episode, you’ll learn the truth about why counting calories doesn’t work, how exercise addiction happens (and how to spot it), and how food freedom for Amy has brought so much joy into her home. We’re joined by trainer Ka...

Share
Mark as Played

In the 4th episode of OUTWEIGH, Lisa + Amy discuss weight stigma, fear foods, and how we can prioritize health without making it all about the weight.The episode kicks off with Abby, who works on the Bobby Bones Show and helped to produce Outweigh. Abby opens up by sharing how much Outweigh resonated with her own struggles- which were unbeknownst to both Lisa and Amy and serves as the perfect reminder that we can’t predict who’...

Share
Mark as Played
October 20, 2020 2 min


Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Share
Mark as Played
October 24, 2020 25 min

Welcome back to OUTWEIGH by @radioamy and @lisahayim! Listen to learn what you can expect from OUTWEIGH moving forward, plus Amy shares personal insights from her own food freedom journey since we last left off.


To tell us your story, be a guest, or request a guest you’d love to hear from, you can now e-mail us at hello@outweighpodcast.com

Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Share
Mark as Played

Alexis Barber of @Wellnesslexis is 21-year-old Black content creator, and she’s decided that both she and you are too smart to diet. Coming from a low income family, her “smarts” unlocked scholarships to go to elite private schools and earn an Ivy League degree. Being “smart” became her identity, and when she couldn’t “master her weight” she turned to dieting. But at age 21, amidst a pandemic, she had had enough, realizing she ...

Share
Mark as Played

Content warning: Eating Disorder tendencies are described. Please consider your intention before listening to this episode. 

Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian Michelle Pillepich helps us discern the difference between an eating disorder vs. disordered eating. She defines binge eating, anorexia, and bulimia, and reminds us that no matter the severity of your disordered eating, YOU DESERVE HELP.

Follow Michelle @michellepPillepi...

Share
Mark as Played

Alexa Rae Ardito is a mom, an eating disorder survivor, and currently pregnant with her second baby! Alexa tells her eating disorder story, the role of faith and yoga, and gives us the tea on what to SAY and NOT say to a pregnant woman. You can find Alexa at @lifebyalexarae


Follow the hosts on instagram

@lisahayim (https://www.instagram.com/lisahayim/?hl=en)

@radioamy (https://www.instagram.com/radioamy/?hl=en)


If y...

Share
Mark as Played
November 21, 2020 31 min

We’re joined by Non-Diet Dietitian Sam Previte to learn how to create boundaries to protect yourself during noisy holiday meals. Sam reminds us why restriction doesn’t work, and it’s DIRECT correlation to binging, plus what we can do to end the cycle-- not just on all days, but on holidays specifically


Follow Sam on instagram: @find.food.freedom

Work with Sam and her team: https://find-foodfreedom.com/


Follow the hosts on instagra...

Share
Mark as Played
November 26, 2020 25 min


Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Share
Mark as Played
November 28, 2020 39 min

Content Warning: In this episode calorie counts, detailed weight loss tactics, and prescriptive drug abuse is discussed in detail. 


@radioamy and @lisahayim are joined by Tana Smith aka @tanamontana on instagram and youtube. Tana bravely shares her story about the internal pressures of being thin to be “successful” on YouTube, how she thought weight loss was the ticket to subscribers and friends, PLUS her journey away fr...

Share
Mark as Played
December 5, 2020 31 min

Victoria Myers explains how we can foster a healthy relationship with food while simultaneously restricting certain foods for (sound) medical reasons. Victoria discusses how GI issues (in general) can both cause and be caused by orthorexic tendencies, and helps us find clarity on this confusing topic. Amy admits to complying with protocols for illnesses she didn’t have, and Victoria explains how intuitive eating is meant to help yo...

Share
Mark as Played

@eatswithclaire discusses the role her partner plays in supporting her eating disorder recovery. While Claire speaks specifically about her partner, her advice applies to any relationships you may have-- whether it be a mother, father, sibling, or even a friend. We learn what we can do to support our loved ones who are struggling and/or how we ourselves can ask for the support we need.


REGISTER WITH THE EMOTIONAL EATING ACTION P...

Share
Mark as Played

Victoria Myers breaks down how and why disordered eating leads to hypothalamic amenhorea (loss of period). She reframes what a period means for our health, and how important it is to be working to get a period, even if you're not concerned with fertility.

About Victoria:

Victoria Myers is the dietitian and owner of the virtual private practice and online education center Nourishing Minds Nutrition. They specialize in empowering w...

Share
Mark as Played
December 26, 2020 71 min

We’re joined by eating disorder therapist Jennifer Rollin (@jennifer_rollin) who explains what disordered eating is and how you can best care for yourself or a loved one you witness struggling.


Lisa and Amy talk with Kathryn Defatta (@kat.defatta) and dive into more of Amy's personal story. 


Follow the hosts on instagram

@lisahayim

@radioamy


SUBSCRIBE and follow so you never miss an episode and SHARE with your friend...

Share
Mark as Played

A beautiful 12 minute New Year Intention Setting Ceremony with @kelseyjpatel. For this episode, we suggest carving out 15 minutes, grabbing a blanket, and lying on the floor or as close to the earth as possible. You'll leave connected to your body, it's wisdom, and filled to the brim with serenity to kick off this brand new year.

Follow Kelsey on Instagram @KelseyJPatel

Check out Kelsey's new app for more amazing ...

Share
Mark as Played

Jennifer Anderson is the Registered Dietitian behind Kids Eat in Color - the online resource that helps parents feed their children MORE FOODS with LESS STRESS. We learn what to do with picky eaters, how to encourage veggies without force, and her approach to repeated exposure. 


Follow Jennifer at @kids.eat.in.color or visit her website kidseatingcolor.com


Check out Jennifer’s online program, Better Bites: For parents who want to...

Share
Mark as Played
January 16, 2021 29 min

In keeping with the theme of discarding diet culture rules, Laura Lea started making 'treat videos' to practice eating and sharing foods that used to be off limits. Her journey to this point wasn't easy, but what food freedom means to her, right now, is this: if she wants something that is conventionally considered ‘indulgent’ or ‘unhealthy’, she has it, she enjoys every bite until she's satisfied, and she doesn'...

Share
Mark as Played

Chat About Outweigh

Advertise With Us

Popular Podcasts

Crime Junkie
Camp Hell: Anneewakee

Camp Hell: Anneewakee

The Anneewakee Treatment Center for Emotionally Disturbed Youth operated in Douglasville, Georgia for over 25 years. Purportedly, it was a place that parents could send their troubled kids for help. But in reality, it was a breeding ground for abuse. This is the story of Anneewakee, as never told before.

The Daily

The Daily

This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.

For You

    Music, radio and podcasts, all free. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App.

    Connect

    © 2021 iHeartMedia, Inc.