Are you fed up with food? Disgusted by diets? Bitter about the whole body-beauty industry? This is *not* another weight-loss program. Host Ali Shapiro, Founder of Truce With Food, dedicated academic, and well-known integrated health expert, shares a more truthful approach to freedom from cravings, emotional eating, bingeing, bargaining, and other diet derailments. Join Ali for interviews, practical advice, and radically honest discussions about food, truth, psychology and change.


November 30, 2022 76 min

How many times have you thought: why do I self-sabotage with food? If those answers haven’t gotten you very far, I have a much better question for you.

“How does my eating protect me?” is a question that will take you far and deep. To guide us with this question and path to your answers, I have the wise Sil Reynolds to talk food, protection strategies, and the root vulnerability in our stories that our food habits are trying, perha...

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The Wellness culture we see as we scroll through Instagram or listen to in our earbuds on various wellness podcasts often casts itself as the opposite of Western Medicine. And yet, both industries overlap via the same value system of Puritans and Protestantism. 

From “clean eating” to failed functional medicine protocols because “client’s aren’t disciplined enough”, Protestantism and Puritanism are alive and well in both industries...

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“How can I stop stress eating? is a frequent question I get asked. In today’s episode, I share a more powerful question that’s necessary to ask - “What’s eating you?” - to get back in control of food. No white knuckling required.

I share my own current story work related to my burn-out that caused my body to fall apart (and keep 30 pounds of post-pregnancy weight on), answer some listener questions, and offer some client examples f...

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Have you ever thought about your birth? If you’re like most people, you probably haven’t. And yet, as Stacey shares, according to Ayverveda’s Sankyha philosophy, 25% of who we are comes from our conception and birth. This makes safety and food intimately connected and tangled from before we even make our Earth-side entrance. 

In order to understand food’s connection to safety, we are starting at the beginning. Specifically, our be...

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October 5, 2022 6 min

The past few years have tested each of us.  We’ve been immersed in Grief. Loss. Relationship fissures. Children’s developmental concerns. Money stress. And these individual challenges are nesting dolls of the escalating war on women’s bodies, caretaking, and the Earth. 

With this, it’s not surprising that stress and stress eating are at an all-time high.

In the American Psychological Association's pandemic anniversary surveys, ...

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In this special Insatiable podcast episode, I celebrate a major milestone: 30 years as a cancer survivor. 

I’ll share how what resolved my acne, depression, IBS, infertility, and out of control eating was learning how to redefine health beyond losing weight and learning to trust in my body feeling satisfied, not sacrificing and suffering. 

And how this new orientation led to transformational health results I didn’t even know were p...

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Confidence is foundational to satiation or as Andrea defines satiation, fulfillment. 

Too often, we think confidence comes from weight loss, in a bottle promising beauty or is something we are born with. The good news is confidence is a skill-set and involves as Andrea Owen says in her new book, Make Some Noise, unlearning how we’ve been socialized to think about confidence and what it means to be a “good” woman. 


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We live in a world that teaches us to battle our bodies. Fight your hunger. Battle your weight. The war on mental health. This omnipresent battle narrative makes it appear natural and the only choice is to battle our bodies.

Is there another way? Yes. In fact, there are lots of other ways. 

My client Kristin Leslie joins us to discuss how challenging her self-doubt story, which included normalizing distrusting her body and voice, l...

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Platinum-selling artist Serena Ryder had her worst fear come true when she ended up in a mental hospital. Her recent album, The Art of Falling Apart, invites listeners to join her mental wellness journey and helps us understand the importance of sitting with the uncomfortable moments and the wisdom in their messages. In our interview together, we discuss:

  • The importance of soul satisfaction in the art of our wellness journey
  • How ou...
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    Did being gluten-free used to feel easy and now it feels depriving? Or maybe you’re burned out and getting back in shape sounds great but feels too much. Or like me recently, you’re on a roll and then you fall off track. To the untrained eye, there’s a willpower and discipline problem. Yet when you understand the connection between emotional satisfaction and food freedom, you can unlock powerful energy and motivation to eat well – ...

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    In her new book, Call of the Wild: How We Heal Trauma, Awaken our Own Power and Use it for Good, Kimberly Ann Johnson gives us the critical language to understand our nervous system and why this matters for us to heal trauma and feel enough.

    An important part of trauma work is building our capacity to be with pleasure and satisfaction. In our interview, Kimberly shares her perspective on satiation, which is asking the question “Wha...

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    Learning to cook was an important step in ending my food battle. And then post-Truce with Food, I found myself less interested in food, cooking included. 

    Cooking became “assembling”. We still ate most of our meals at home; it just became some version of frozen vegetable, rice and chicken, give or take some garlic powder. Meh but manageable.  

    Then we became new, sleep-deprived parents and COVID hit. Cooking was important but even ...

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    When we think of feeling satisfied from food, we often think satisfaction comes from more and more food and/or sweet/salty foods. Yet with some basic body knowledge, we can decode what’s actually happening instead of thinking more willpower is the answer. And in the end, feel more satisfied from healthy food and in control of indulgences. After some time away from the mic, Ali gives a personal update and shares: 

  • An unexpected roo...
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    September 22, 2021 8 min
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    August 3, 2021 37 min

    Ali pops in to share exciting news on Insatiable Season 12 and Truce with Food certification for those healing professionals who value coaching mastery, depth, and deep client impact starting in September 2021. She also shares and a personal update on her transition into Motherhood and post-partum weight loss journey, including her radically different approach to her postpartum body now that she’s not indoctrinated by diet culture....

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    The COVID behavioral health trajectory mirrors the out-of-control eating cycle. The toll of our COVID era is why many of us turned to food for the first time or eating issues returned for others. Or for others, it got worse, better, or stayed all-or-nothing.

    If we can understand our COVID eating has deeper root causes than “willpower” or “discipline”, we have a genuine shot at profound and radical individual and collective change (...

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    Ali gives a pep talk about how to navigate the building post-quarantine weight loss pressure diet culture will be capitalizing on. She also offers accessible ideas and free resources of what to do instead of trying extreme detoxes or diets to feel comfortable in your body when it finally comes time to leave the house for more than a grocery store run. 

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    November 19, 2020 11 min

    Ali shares a personal health and podcast update on the new Insatiable 13 release date.

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    July 8, 2020 14 min

    Ali shares details about the next Insatiable podcast season and a personal update on why there will be no Fall season and ways to connect and work with her until next season.

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    We have so many beliefs about working out: mainly that we should do the same thing and always be “crushing it”. But this approach to working out doesn’t honor the ebb and flow of women’s bodies. This often leads to sugar cravings from exhaustion and wanting to reward ourselves for slogging to the gym when a nap would have gotten us better results! To help educate, inspire, and fill in some major missing holes with our female biolo...

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