has a unique ability to spread powerful messages in a relatable way.
Glenn on screen
Apart from on his popular YouTube Channel, Glenn can be seen on the following screens.
7 News segment on New Year’s Resolutions.
Glenn on the airwaves
Apart from on his highly downloaded podcast The Glenn Mackintosh Show, Glenn can be heard on the following airwaves.
Glenn in print
Apart from on his revolutionary blog 52 Thoughts for the Chronic Dieter, Glenn can be read in the following print articles.
Note: As Glenn is opposed to thin-ideal imagery and diet culture messages in popular media, we have linked the articles without their cover images, so you can find some helpful messages while minimizing your exposure to harmful ones. Please note that while Glenn takes great care to ensure his voice is shared authentically, all views in these articles – including those attributed to him – are not always his own.
Sydney Morning Herald – Stop worrying about ‘corona kilos’, it’s okay to put your health goals on hold right now
The Daily Edition – How changing your mindset around weight loss can help you achieve your health goals
Sydney Morning Herald – The good news is it’s entirely possible to stop hating your body
Women’s Health – How ‘diet’ became the dirtiest word in wellness
The Guardian – A heavy topic: how to change the way your family speaks about weight
Sydney Morning Herald – If you want to bring up a loved one’s weight, five experts have suggestions
Fernwood Magazine – Why ‘diet’ is a dirty word
Be Magazine – Welcome to the club
Women’s Health – Kick the last 5 kilos
Weight Watchers Magazine – Say no to weight-loss saboteurs
Weight Watchers Magazine – Motivate your mates
Womens Fitness – Fitspo or fit fail?
GRAZIA – Health kick
Good Health – Find your weight loss match
Good Health – What psychologists wish you knew about weight loss