Old School Food Freedom

Q&A Mix Tape with Dr. Alisa Shanks & Amy Schaller

By May 1, 2023June 6th, 2023No Comments

Here on The Old School Food Freedom Podcast, our heart’s desire is to help you find the truth and know freedom in Christ, so we’ve put together another Q&A Mix Tape episode to answer listener questions from a Christ-centered, biblical perspective. In this episode with Chrissy Kirkman, Amy Schaller, and Dr. Alisa Shanks, we answer questions like “Why do some people struggle significantly with food and body image and others don’t?”, ”I struggle to believe Health At Every Size is acceptable and good for my health. Can you help?”, “How can I stop constantly body checking in the mirror?”, and ”What’s the harm in posting before and after photos of weight loss or muscle gains?”. You’ll be both encouraged and empowered by the answers, so be sure to tune in for the conversation!






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