Fellow anti-diet dietitian Julia Lévy-Ndejuru joins us to discuss her experience with the Wellness Diet and binge eating disorder, why there's no such thing as “light restriction,” how pregnancy affected her relationship with her body, how even body-liberation activists can still be triggered by diet culture, and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about whether home-testing kits for food sensitivities are accurate or bogus. (This episode originally aired on March 16, 2020.) Julia Lévy-Ndejuru is a registered dietitian, blogger and MSc. candidate currently living in Montreal, Canada. Her clinical work is rooted in intuitive eating and Health At Every Size. She holds bachelor's degrees in Dietetics and in Psychology, and her Masters research project focuses on the interplay between intuitive eating and the practice of relaxation activities. She firmly believes that everyone deserves to have a good relationship with food and their body, and recognizes the importance of social justice work to get there. Through her writing and occasional public speaking, she hopes to bring the intuitive eating and HAES messages to people who may not be familiar with them. More specifically, she does most of her writing in French, to make these philosophies accessible to francophone communities in Canada and worldwide. Find her online at NutritionPositive.ca. Subscribe to our newsletter, Food Psych Weekly, to keep getting new weekly Q&As and other new content while the podcast is on hiatus! If you're ready to break free from diet culture once and for all, come check out Christy's Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course. You'll get all your questions answered in an exclusive monthly podcast, plus ongoing support in our private community forum and dozens of hours of other great content. Christy's first book, Anti-Diet, is available wherever you get your books. Order online at christyharrison.com/book, or at local bookstores across North America, the UK, Australia, and New Zealand. Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, for help getting started on the anti-diet path. For full show notes and a transcript of this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych. Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions.
Deirdre Breakenridge, Author, PR & Marketing Strategist, CEO, Pure Performance Communications Deirdre K. Breakenridge is CEO at Pure Performance Communications. She's a career-long storyteller and media expert, strategizing with brands and professionals to ignite engagement, lead pressing conversations and grow influence in the market. Deirdre has worked with senior leaders and organizations, including the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, JVC, Kraft, Nasdaq, NBA Events & Attractions and the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). Deirdre is the author of seven business books sharing stories and advice to navigate changing consumer behavior and an evolving media landscape. Her most recent book, Answers for Ethical Marketers, will be released by Routledge in April 2021. Her book, Answers for Modern Communicators, was recognized among the Top 100 Storytelling Books of all-time by Book Authority in 2020. For 15 years, Deirdre has taught PR and social media courses, online and in the classroom for NYU, UMASS, Rutgers, and Fairleigh Dickinson University. She took her passion for teaching to LinkedIn Learning, and as one of their instructors, she has developed eight video courses on PR and marketing. Deirdre has been blogging at PR Strategies for over 10 years and she's also the host of the podcast, Women Worldwide, which is nearing two million downloads. Website: https://www.deirdrebreakenridge.com/ FEEL Academy: https://www.deirdrebreakenridge.com/d... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeirdreBreak... Twitter: https://twitter.com/dbreakenridge LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/deirdrebr... Email: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Elyse Resch is a nutrition therapist who co-authored the books Intuitive Eating and The Intuitive Eating Workbook, and is one of the original co-founders of the Intuitive Eating practice! With over 36 years of experience, Elyse advocates for healthy eating habits by promoting intuitive eating, which allows a person to get in touch with their true needs, rather than developing harmful diet habits that often lead to eating disorders. Elyse is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian, a Fellow of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. In this episode, Elyse shares tangible tools for anyone looking to switch to the practice of Intuitive Eating, as well as addresses ways to navigate Thanksgiving meals and the many food/body situations that come along with holiday festivities. How should you approach Thanksgiving dinner? What should you say if someone makes a toxic comment about your weight or what you're eating? What do I do if I accidentally eat too much? Elyse answers all these questions and more! Ana Luisa: I absolutely recommend checking out Ana Luisa ❤️ https://shop.analuisa.com/realpod I LOVE them, their pieces start at $39, and they are currently running the biggest sale of the year. You can get 60% off on the second item if you go on https://shop.analuisa.com/realpod Open: Try Open for 30 days free using my promo code REALPOD when you sign up, go to open-together.com/REALPOD and use code REALPOD when you sign up. BetterHelp: Get 10% off your first month by visiting our sponsor at BetterHelp.com/realpod Produced by Dear Media
In episode #131 of The Hormone P.U.Z.Z.L.E Podcast, our guest Angela Grassi talks about Supplements for PCOS. More about Angela Grassi: Angela Grassi is an internationally recognized author, speaker, researcher, and consultant. She is the founder of The PCOS Nutrition Center where she provides evidence-based nutrition information and coaching to women with PCOS to help them reclaim their lives from PCOS without diets. Her research and work has been published in numerous peer-reviewed journals. Angela is the author of several books on PCOS including PCOS: The Dietitian's Guide, The PCOS Workbook: Your Guide to Complete Physical and Emotional Health, and The PCOS Nutrition Center Cookbook. Recognized by Today's Dietitian as one of the Top 10 Incredible Dietitian's making a difference, Angela is the past recipient for The Outstanding Nutrition Entrepreneur Award, The Award in Excellence in Practice in Women's Health and The Award for Excellence in Graduate Research, from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. In addition to PCOS, Angela has been treating individuals with eating disorders for over 20 years. Having PCOS herself, Angela has been dedicated to advocacy, education, and research of the syndrome. For more information visit her website, www.PCOSnutrition.com. Thank you for listening! Follow Angela on Instagram: @pcosnutrition Grab her FREE Ditch the Diets: The 5 Strategies that DO work for PCOS Guide HERE. Follow Coach Kela on Instagram: @kela_healthcoach Get your FREE Fertility Meal Plan: https://coachkela.com/ For sponsorship opportunities, email HPS Media at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alex Labson has her master's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and is the creator of @AlmondMilkisNuts on Instagram. She is dedicated to helping people ditch diet culture and find food freedom. Alex offers virtual one-on-one nutrition counseling and her goal is to empower people to find their balance while not cutting out their favorite foods.This podcast episode is brought to you by UHSM Health Share, a unique health care membership on a mission to create holistic wellness for the mind, body, and spirit. If you or someone you know is frustrated with their current health care, I encourage you to inquire about membership options at www.uhsm.comGet started with online therapy & counseling:Better Help Counseling (10% off your first month): https://betterhelp.com/mosesFaithful (Christian) Counseling (10% off your first month): https://faithfulcounseling.com/brittneyFor a list of specific mental help & crises resources: https://brittneyamoses.com/mental-help-resources/Connect with Alex Labson here!Website: almondmilkisnuts.comInstagram: AlmondmilkisnutsTikTok: @almondmilkisnutsConnect with Brittney on social media for more:Instagram: @BrittneyMosesInstagram: @ChristianMentalHealthInstagram: @faithmentalwellnesspodcastFacebook: @BrittneyAMosesTwitter: @Brittney_MosesBrittneyAMoses.comCrisis lines by country: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_suicide_crisis_linesSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-faith-mental-wellness-podcast-with-brittney-moses. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Knowing what's best when it comes to nutrition for kids, let alone plant-based options, is so hard! Today's expert shares all the facts. There is so much conflicting information out there, weeding through it all can be a full time job. But Whitney Tabaie is here to help make the job a whole lot easier! Whitney English Tabaie is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Personal Trainer, author, and co-founder of Plant-Based Juniors, a community helping parents raise healthy, conscious children. She is also the founder of the website/YouTube channel, Whitney E. RD. and co-author of The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler. Whitney's mission is to help people make educated decisions about the food they eat by providing evidence-based information on popular nutrition topics and sharing healthy original recipes that fit her "Predominantly Plant-Based" nutrition philosophy. She has been featured on outlets like Good Day LA, Bon Appetit, Parents, Wall Street Journal, People, Today's Dietitian, and many more. When she isn't whipping up healthy meals in "Whit's Kitch," she can be found soaking up the California sun with her husband, two children, and pup, Mr. Chow. Grab her free supplement guide and The PB3 Plate - a visual guide to meal planning to help you on your journey! Nutritional Needs For Kids When it comes to kids, the major focus is growth. Both physical growth as it relates to size but also growth of bodily systems like the central nervous system and the brain. The brain grows more in first 2-3 years of life than ever! We need to make sure that kids are getting enough macronutrients. Macronutrients give kids calories which they need to grow. A main source of these are carbohydrates but they also need the other macronutrients, protein and fat. Kids also need specific micronutrients, here are a few important ones: Iron Iron is the most critical when it comes to nutrient needs. Kids have stores of iron from being in utero, but they eventually get through that so starting at about 6 months until about 12 months, the need for iron peaks. For example, the RDA for a baby is 11 mg versus that for a grown adult male is only 8mg. Babies at this age can be at risk for iron deficiency especially if they are solely breast fed because breast milk doesn't have much iron. This is why it is important to add fortified foods like fortified baby cereal to their diet. Babies need iron because it is so important for brain development and also for the development of red blood cells which are at a rise during this time. Choline Choline is important for retinol development and brain development. While choline is rich in animal based foods, there are also many plant-based foods that have choline such as legumes, fruits, vegetables and whole grains. DHA DHA is an omega 3 fatty acid. It is commonly found in fish however fish actually get it from the micro algae they eat. So you can get DHA from eating fish, supplements or even consuming a micro algae based oil. While we can make our own DHA from the alpha-linolenic acid (or ALA) we can get from many plant-based foods, the conversion rate is low so we still need supplementation to fill the gap. Is a plant-based diet ok for children? Yes! There are so many misconceptions with plant-based diet and kids. But more and more research is showing how a plant-based diet actually has many benefits for children. The major organizations like the American Academy of Pediatrics, World Health Organization and Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics all agree that eating plant rich diets are extremely beneficial for kids. The key however is they must be appropriately planned, meaning that they are rich in whole foods, contain a variety of foods and include the nutrients discussed above. The children that do not thrive eating a plant rich diet are those that are malnourished, do not have an appropriate diet or have parents that are negligen...
Rachel Scheer is a Certified Functional Medicine Nutritionist who received her degree from Baylor University in Nutrition Science and Dietetics. Rachel has her own private nutrition and counseling practice located in McKinney, Texas. If your goal is to optimize your hormones and gut health, have better energy, or lose weight and keep it off Rachel can help you!Rachel's journey as a nutrition coach began in weight-loss and athletic performance. However, a couple years into her practice she began to suffer from severe gastrointestinal dysfunction (IBS.) After many false diagnoses, spending thousands of dollars on doctor visits and tests, and one doctor even suggesting the removal of her entire large intestine, Rachel decided to take her health into her own hands.Using her knowledge in nutrition and dietetics Rachel became an expert on gut health and hormonal balance and completed her certification in functional medicine through the Kalish Institute. Rachel says “using a functional approach and focusing on the health of the gut microbiome saved [her] life. All disease begins and ends in the gut, so rather than putting a ‘band-aid' over an issue I.e. medications/drugs/surgery, we need to get to the root cause and that's what functional medicine comes in. My gut issues came from a bacteria imbalance or gut dysbiosis, and once I was able to address that through diet, stress, supplements, and lifestyle changes I was able to heal my body and avoid surgery.”Rachel's nutrition philosophy is one that looks at the total person. She uses functional lab testing to address the root cause of any imbalances in the body and creates a customized program consisting of dietary recommendations, supplements, and lifestyle modifications to optimize your health and well-being.Vince Del Monte is an entrepreneur, author, fit pro model, and a father who has built FOUR successful 7-figure businesses in the noisy, crowded fitness space.His brand new masterclass will teach you the exact strategies, tactics, and techniques you need to escape the hell out of your 9-to-5 job and build sustainable, predictable, and profitable business in as little as 24 hours.Vince is NOT a “Guru”, he is an “EXPERT”. He has built multiple 7-figure FITNESS businesses by following battle-tested methods utilizing his unique lead generation systems like C4 Protocol, M.O.M. Method and The One Way Play.In his brand new masterclass, he's pulling back the curtain and will take you step-by-step through these simple processes he has perfected to the tune of $15 million in personal fitness revenue. www.fbfitpro.com/6fcmasterclass Once in a while, there's room for new private coaching clients. If I think I can help you grow past your current stage... I will invite you to my personal one-year mentorship exclusively with myself.I work with mid-level and top level entrepreneurs who've got a revenue-generating profitable business who feel ‘stuck' at their current level and want to scale past 50K... 100K and pass 500K months like I have. My specialty is helping you build a High-Ticket, High-Leverage and High-Touch coaching business..If it looks like we're a good fit I'll give you a peek behind the curtain of a multi-million dollar business, provide systems for leadership, scaling growth, looking at your data and making life-changing connections.https://apply.vincedelmonte7figuremastermind.com/optin1619545569305
There is a lot of flexing on social media within entrepreneurship. People perceive that they're “crushing it!” Or “killing it!” In a nutshell, they act like they have all the answers and all of it figured out. What we loved about our conversation with Rachel Scheer was her confidence, humility, and the willingness to express that she doesn't have it all figured out as an entrepreneur. If you don't know who Rachel Scheer is, she's a Certified Functional Medicine Nutritionist who received her degree from Baylor University in Nutrition Science and Dietetics. Rachel has her own private nutrition and counseling practice located in McKinney, Texas. She specializes is hormones, gut health, and body composition. Get ready for this powerful conversation we had with Functional Medicine Nutritionist, Rachel Scheer! In This Episode, Rachel Discusses: Her biggest worries as a business owner going forward Why influencers are doing themselves and their supporters a disservice by not leading and speaking out more How she escaped her past trauma, did the internal work, and has made it into her superpower now Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/chrisandericmartinez/ and see the full Show Notes to this episode here https://www.liveadynamiclifestyle.com/podcast/why-nobody-has-it-all-figured-out-as-an-entrepreneur-with-rachel-scheer/ Make sure to follow Rachel on here IG https://www.instagram.com/rachelscheer/ Attention Health & Fitness Coaches! Are you sick of struggling to get online coaching clients? Imagine being able to easily get new online coaching clients from your socials for FREE… Even if you have a small following! And you don't have to be a rockstar on video or spend a cent on paid ads. Sounds too good to be true, but hundreds of people are using this formula with HUGE success… You can be the next! Grab our new guide: The 3 Step Client Getting Formula - How to land 10 new online health & fitness coaching clients in as little as 10 days, (without spending a cent on paid ads) Text us the word “FORMULA” to 213 319 6702
Going deep down the nutrition, dieting and eating habits rabbit hole with Ashley Wiens. Ashley is an IFBB Figure Pro, holds degrees in Food & Nutritional Sciences, Dietetics. She is also an ISSA CPT and Neufit Level 1 Practitioner. She shares her insight on dangerous vs. healthy eating habits and how it can affect not just how you look but your internal health, hormones and mental state. If you want to learn more about nutrition, dieting and eating habits the good, the bad and the ugly of it all this episode is for you. You can stalk Ashley at https://www.ashleywiensfitnesstempe.com/ and her IG at @fitabash Thanks to our sponsors: Athletic Greens www.athleticgreens.com/jeremyscott Free year supply of vitamin D3 with 5 free travel packs Beam CBD Beamtlc.com 20% off all products 35% off all subs code "jeremyscott" www.joeyshotsauce.com CODE jeremy25 for 25% off Jaylab Pro Jeremyscottfitness.jaylabpro.com Kettle & Fire Bone Broth Use code SCOTT20 for 20% off https://glnk.io/48z9/heathascott
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Michael Goran. He is a Professor of Pediatrics at The Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, which is affiliated with the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. He is Program Director for Diabetes and Obesity at The Saban Research Institute and he holds the Dr Robert C and Veronica Atkins Endowed Chair in Childhood Obesity and Diabetes. Dr Goran is a native of Glasgow, Scotland, and received his Ph.D. from the University of Manchester, UK (1986) and has previously served on the faculty of Medicine at the University of Vermont (1991 to 1994), the Department of Nutrition Sciences at UAB (1994 to 1999), and the Department of Preventive Medicine at USC (1999 to 2018) prior to joining Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles. His research has been continuously funded by the National Institutes of Health and other Foundations for the past 30 years and he has published over 350 professional peer-reviewed articles and reviews. He is the Editor of the “Childhood Obesity: Causes, Consequences and Intervention Approaches” published in 2017, co-editor of “Dietary Sugars and Health”published in late 2014, and currently serves as Editor-in-Chief for Pediatric Obesity. He has been the recipient of a number of scientific awards for his research and teaching, including: The Nutrition Society Medal for Research (1996), The Lilly Award for Scientific Achievement from The Obesity Society (2006), The Bar-Or Award for Excellence in Pediatric Obesity Research, from The Obesity Society (2009), the TOPS award for contributions to obesity research from The Obesity Society (2014), and the Rank Prize Lecture in Nutrition (2018). Michael lives in Silverlake, Los Angeles with his wife Lori, a film editor, his 2 teenage daughters, and their cat, Hugo Moon. Outside of work, Michael likes to play tennis, and hang out with his family which typically involves cooking, eating, going on walks and travel. In this episode, Michael talks about why he decided to focus on sugar addiction towards children. For the last thirty years, this has been Michael's sole focus; he speaks about what he has learned about kids and sugar throughout his many years as an expert in the field. We talk about the importance of breastfeeding and how breastfeeding for twelve months can have massive benefits to your children. Tune in as we speak about nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, why kids need to ditch added sugars, and what's really in Coca-Cola products. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use BEN10 at checkout for 10% off your order. Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [00:30] Why Michael Decided To Focus on Sugar Addiction Towards Children Michael has been doing sugar addiction in children research exclusively for the last 30 years. Michael wanted to learn about chronic diseases and how they started in childhood. At the end of the day, he found a lot of very interesting information about sugar and how to modify it. Michael wanted to get that information out there to the public. If someone is diabetic, that didn't happen over the past year. Instead, they have been eating a poor diet for the last ten to fifteen years. Get Sugarproof: The Hidden Dangers of Sugar That Are Putting Your Child's Health at Risk and What You Can Do: https://www.amazon.com/Sugarproof-Hidden-Dangers-Putting-Childs/dp/0525541195/benazadi-20 [04:40] Options For Babies As They Get Off of Breast Milk The food companies are doing a great job at basically hijacking the innate preferences that babies have. Babies are actually born with a built-in preference for sweetness. It's supposed to help them seek out good-tasting foods. Food companies know that babies and kids prefer sweetness. So that's why 80% of kids' foods have some type of added sugars. Breast milk does have carbohydrates. Lactose is built from glucose and galactose. However, there's no fructose in natural mother's milk. It's the introduction of fructose that starts to cause problems as well as added sugar. [07:50] When Moms Should Start To Wean The Baby Off of Breast Milk The recommendation is six months. However, there are studies that demonstrate the longer the duration of breastfeeding, the more likely you are to prevent obesity. Plus, the longer you breastfeed, you will promote brain development. If a mom breastfeeds for more than twelve months, those babies are highly protected from obesity, even if they consume high amounts of sugary beverages as a toddler. [10:55] A Calorie Isn't Always A Calorie: 90% of Fructose Is Cleared By The Liver Sucrose, which is ordinary table sugar, is what we call a disaccharide. It's a glucose molecule connected to a fructose molecule; both are identical chemically. Glucose is used everywhere in the body for energy. The liver filters out almost 90% of fructose. The liver's job is to filter things out that it doesn't want in the blood. The liver will take fructose and convert it to fat. The most common form of liver disease is nonalcoholic, and that nonalcoholic contributor is fructose. [18:10] Recommendations For Adults and Children Who Have Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Sugar elimination can rapidly deplete the liver of its fat quite quickly. It only takes seven to eight days. That's why Michael has a seven-day no added sugar challenge. Learn more about the challenge by getting Michael's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Sugarproof-Hidden-Dangers-Putting-Childs/dp/0525541195/benazadi-20 You should do the challenge right after the holidays. It's a great way to get fat out of the liver. Kids need to reset their bodies and taste preferences. Weight loss is also important for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. We get so amped up on sugar, we begin to crave it more and more. Cut it out! [21:00] There Are Over 200 Names For Caloric Sugars The current count is about 260 or 270. Food companies are developing healthy-sounding names for sugar. Here are some examples: Organic brown rice syrup Evaporated cane juice Agave nectar Fruit juice concentrates Some of the fruit sugars can have even more fructose and high fructose corn syrup. Gatorade is a fake healthy drink. [23:40] What's Happening To Children When They Consume Less Sugar Kids are more intelligent if they eat less sugar. With less sugar, kids can expect to have these benefits: Perform better on academic tests Better memory Better sleep More focus [32:15] How Much Fructose Is Really In Coca-Cola? Michael Did The Research Michael wanted to know what was in Coca-Cola. Products say high fructose corn syrup; we don't actually know what that is. The food industry says it's marginally more fructose than glucose in their products. Michael went to the supermarket and got all kinds of drinks. He sent them off to the lab. About 65% of the sugars are fructose. Michael presented this information six years ago. The food industry told him that his research was invalid. However, they couldn't prove how. Remember, more fructose causes a lot of problems in the body. [35:25] True or False: It's Impossible To Be Addicted To Sugar Here are some of the criteria for addiction: Withdrawal Side effects Difficult to give up If you look at the criteria for addiction, they stand true for sugar. It makes no sense that qualified professional dietitians would say that sugar is not addictive. About 40% of the Academy of Dietetics and Nutrition funding comes from big food companies. [45:15] What's Next For Michael In 2022 Michael is wondering why certain populations have the highest rates of obesity, diabetes, and fatty liver. He wants to come up with Latino-specific strategies, protocols, and interventions. Plus, Michael is going to continue to develop more recipes for his fans. AND MUCH MORE! Resources from this episode: Check out Sugarproof Kids: https://sugarproofkids.com/ Get Sugarproof: The Hidden Dangers of Sugar That Are Putting Your Child's Health at Risk and What You Can Do: https://www.amazon.com/Sugarproof-Hidden-Dangers-Putting-Childs/dp/0525541195/benazadi-20 Email: Hello@SugarproofKids.com Follow Michael Goran Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelgoran LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-goran-b5577b11/ Follow Sugarproof Kids: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sugarproofkids/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sugarproofkids Join the Keto Kamp Academy: https://ketokampacademy.com/7-day-trial-a Watch Keto Kamp on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUh_MOM621MvpW_HLtfkLyQ Studies Referenced on the show: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2784545 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41366-021-00897-0.epdf?sharing_token=Cpf2qYLFHs3x6mq_r-mVV9RgN0jAjWel9jnR3ZoTv0NJCGivURWPm-BVpJcxYiGt7OeZD6y_01Xkq8NAecHM4OZqBvVIuZ-pOHKJHLr1N5WwHnKWxr9WXepZ4DJwuXEYd8DHukHP0ev-lSu2ews755EsdjzpeDZrXr3VIsEhQ40%3D Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. 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Today on the Make More Money as a Dietitian Podcast, Christine interviews Tiana Montella, MS, RDN, LD, CD-L. Tiana is a current member of Embody Academy and she is so excited to share her unique entrepreneurial journey with you on the podcast today! Creating a nutrition business from the ground up can be challenging and isolating as a new entrepreneur. Let Tiana's story inspire you by letting you know that you can do hard things and succeed, at the same time. WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE The origin story behind Tiana becoming the Labor & Nutrition Dietitian. Tiana's personal reason for becoming a labor doula. Why Tiana ultimately decided to join Embody Academy and how the community & program have helped her in her business. The importance of evaluating your own results in business (and life) and 6 questions you'll want to ask yourself in the evaluation process. MORE ABOUT TIANA: Tiana Montella, MS, RD, LD, CD-L, is a registered dietitian and certified labor doula. She received her bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University and completed her master's degree and dietetic internship from Kent State University. Tiana has been an Inpatient RD within the Intensive Care Unit and Progressive Care Unit, focusing on nutrition support. She became interested in birth work and doula services when she felt a calling to solve the black maternal mortality rates. This calling was solidified when she faced medical and racial bias. Labor and Nutrition Dietitian was born to help women of color be empowered to advocate for their rights to have a better birth experience and provide nutrition education for expectant persons and babies. Tiana serves the Columbus area and virtually to all areas. While working as inpatient RD and Labor Doula, Tiana serves as the Columbus Dietetic Association's 2021-2022 President. She was awarded 2020 Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year from the Ohio Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She recently received the 2021 Clinical Excellence Award from OSU Wexner Medical Center. SOCIAL LINKS: Instagram Website FEATURED ON THE SHOW Learn more about Embody Academy and get on the waitlist. Grab a copy of the “How to Calculate Your Rate as an RD Entrepreneur” Workbook
Natalia Sanchez is a young ballet dancer and professional dance instructor pursuing her Master's in Nutrition and Dietetics in an effort of becoming a registered dietician. She attended Orlando Ballet School from the age of 13 to 18. Natalia's love for travel led her to audition with the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, where she ended up getting a contract and spent 2018 onboard traveling and dancing with them. Natalia began taking a class at Pure Barre, Julington Creek in September 2017, where she later became an instructor. In this episode, Natalia shares more about her journey and background, the challenges and demotivation she's had to overcome, her love for traveling, her experience with dance school and dropping out, and generally her personal growth and development. Other topics she discusses include: Her experience with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines Self-worth The power of positive affirmations Pure Barre Importance of sleep for dancers Importance of staying grounded Her pursuit of being a registered dietician. Food and nutrition and making the right food choices Importance of note-taking and journaling Her work with the N.A.T.I Podcast Her love for Spain Resource Links Natalie Sanchez Instagram The N.A.T.I. Podcast Instagram Pure Barre Website Pure Barre Facebook Thank you for listening, So much ♥, Susanne Pointe To Rise links below:
Wendy Sterling, MS, RD, CSSD, CEDRD-S is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Approved Supervisor through the International Eating Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and a Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics in the Bay Area in California. She specializes in sports nutrition, eating disorders, and utilizes a non-diet, Health at Every Size® approach in her practice. Wendy maintains a private practice in the Menlo Park and Los Altos. She is now seeing clients virtually throughout the country. Wendy is a co-author of “How to Nourish Your Child Through an Eating Disorder: A Simple, Plate-by-Plate Approach to Reestablishing a Healthy Relationship with Food.” She and her colleague Casey Crosbie created the innovative approach to refeeding called the “Plate-by-Plate Approach®,” a no-numbers, visual approach, which has been featured in the Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics in an article entitled , “The Use of the Plate-by-Plate Approach for Adolescents Undergoing Family-Based Treatment.” For tips, support and encouragement on building good plates for nutrition rehabilitation for the treatment of eating disorders, follow on instagram: @platebyplateapproach and @wendy_sterling! She is also the co-author of, “No Weigh! A Teen's Guide to Body Image, Food, and Emotional Wisdom,” a book co-written by an adolescent doctor, therapist, and herself as the dietitian for teens about their changing bodies, hormones, emotions, and tips for improving sleep, body image, and their relationship with food. Her forthcoming book, “Raising Body Positive Teens: A Parent's Guide to Diet-Free Living, Exercise and Body Image,” publishes March 2022.Wendy has been the Team Nutritionist of the Oakland Athletics from 2016 through the 2021 season. She has consulted for the Golden State Warriors, New York Jets (2006-2013), NY Islanders, and Hofstra University's. Wendy is part of the United States Olympic Committee Sports Dietitian Registry. She works closely with competitive athletes in order to enhance sports performance and gain a competitive edge.Episode Details:The Plate by Plate ApproachHow is it different?Alternate versionsWhere are the flaws in this concept?Who uses the Plate by Plate ApproachWhat does this solve?What other benefits have you seen come from this approach? Within families? Healing?Eating disorders in professional sports / general popFood fearsAthletes eating on a rest dayOver and underconsumption How eating more can help you reach your goalsRest/Sleep impact of eating habitsWhat society needs to do as a WHOLE Quick points:Helpful snacks - What is a good snack?Minimizing cravings or are you just hungry?GO TO - Supplements
JAND Editor-in-Chief Linda Snetselaar, PhD, RDN, LD, FAND talks with Melinda M. Manore, PhD, RD, FASCM, emeritus professor at Oregon State University about the Physical Activity Toolkit for RDNs, a collaboration with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and the American College of Sports Medicine's Exercise is Medicine initiative. Manore, one of the authors/developers of the toolkit, discusses the importance of physical activity knowledge for registered dietitian nutritionists, the development of the toolkit, and how food and nutrition practitioners can collaborate with sports medicine professionals.
Episode 54: Interview with Ruby Sultan IN THIS EPISODEMy guest today is Ruby Sultan. Ruby is currently just a few weeks out from finishing her internship, which is an ISPP program. Ruby landed this spot because of an open mind and flexibility when her match results were not what she expected. But it's been a great experience for her, truly a good fit. Ruby has lots of great tips to share with students, coming from her perspective of finding preceptors, making the most of an unexpected situation, and working hard toward her goals.Here are some of the things we cover in this episode:1. Ruby's dietetic journey and match outcome2. How Ruby made herself available and took it in stride when new opportunities crossed her path.3. Ruby's advice for any student putting in the work for a dietetic internship that will be the right fit for.YOUR ACTION STEPBe prepared and have an open mind. You might have the idea that you'll be going in one direction, but things can change. Nothing's really stagnant. Being open minded to change and to be prepared and ready for it, can create a positive mindset for anything that comes your way.Thank you for sharing your experience, Ruby!With this Insider insight, your application is sure to stand out!----------SHOW NOTESGet your spot in Master Your MatchWatch the video of Ruby's interviewGet your Application Insider Freebies and join my email list!Connect with Ruby on Instagram @rubysfitfam----------Be a guest on the Application Insider Podcast! Schedule your FREE 20-minute Brainstorm Call with NicoleNew to Dietetics? Start Here! Find more dietetics tips and guidance at applicationinsider.coFollow along on Instagram @applicationinsider
Leading Australian chef and restaurateur Luke Mangan has cooked in some interesting places over the course of his decades-long career, but it wasn't until recently that he could add ‘hospitals' to that list. While it has been a learning curve, Luke says that it really isn't any different to the way in which he has always approached cooking – pick fresh produce, cook it simply and serve it well. Sally McCray, Director of Dietetics and Foodservices at Mater Group in Brisbane has had plenty of experience working in kitchens and in hospitals, and saw an opportunity for the two professions to come together and deliver an Australian-first room service restaurant-style menu in a hospital. In this podcast, DC's Maree Ferguson chats to Luke and Sally about the drivers and barriers associated with such an ambitious goal, how they have developed delicious menus that meet dietary requirements and why they are planning a kitchen garden on the hospital roof! For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/category/podcasts/
In this episode (#18) we speak with Mya Kwon about the work she is doing to bring weight-neutral practices to the curriculums of various health majors, like dietetics! Mya is a Registered Dietitian and holds a Master of Public Health in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Washington. She practices and teaches from an anti-diet and weight-inclusive approach. She is currently a nutrition faculty at Seattle Pacific University, teaching a wide range of nutrition courses for various health majors from this weight-inclusive lens, and feels passionate about educating students about the harms of weight-biased care. Additionally, in her online business, she facilitates a virtual group program called “Body Respect,” geared towards helping individuals move away from food guilt and body shame, and into food + body peace. She can be found on Instagram @foodbody.peace and her website, https://www.foodbodypeace.com/ In this episode you'll hear: Mya's journey to teaching and dietetics [5:17] How Mya is addressing some of the gaps in the dietetics curriculum at the university level to help see the whole patient [10:20] Defining the anti-diet approach to health and nutrition [14:21] The Effectiveness of Diets and weight-centric approaches. [ 16:04] Mya shares examples of her own clients that went diagnosed due to a previous experience with a weight-centric approach [21:35] The impact of weight-neutral modalities and how that impacts future practitioners. [24:41] & more great discussion on weight-centric bias and how it affects our mental, physical and emotional health. Resources: Behind the Binge Podcast Episode 17 with Dr. Maggie Landes Weight Inclusive Nutrition & Dietetics (WIND) If you'd like to follow along with me on socials, you can find me here: Instagram @behind.the.binge @binge.nutritionist Youtube: Binge Nutritionist email@example.com MaKaiNutrition.com
Is it better for the environment to burp or fart? Why am I hungrier when I eat more regularly? Can you overcome a food gag reflex? Dr Karl & Professor Clare Collins answer your questions on nutrition, dietetics and science on triple j mornings with Lucy Smith.
IN THIS EPISODEThe first step of applying is deciding where to apply! Learn all you can from program websites, but especially this information which will help you with (a) whether or not to apply to that program, and (b) how to submit a stand out application if you do.Here are some of the topics covered in this episode:1. How to find program websites in the first place2. What to look for when you do3. How to use that information on your applicationYOUR ACTION STEPGo to the Academy's program database and start clicking around! See all the types of programs that are available. Follow links to programs' actual websites and look for the details you need to understand their application process, and how you can stand out.With this Insider insight, your application is sure to stand out!---------- SHOW NOTESRegister for the FREE Webinar: 5 DICAS Do's and Don'tsGet your spot in the Master Your Match Live CourseAcademy Program DatabaseSubmit your review of a DI program you applied to or where you're an intern----------Schedule your FREE 20-minute Brainstorm Call Be a guest on the Application Insider Podcast!New to Dietetics? Start Here!Follow along on Instagram @applicationinsider
This episode covers:An interview with Toni Marinucci, a Registered Dietitian with a Master's Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, who shares insight on how we can improve our relationship with foodLinks I mentioned during this episode:The Revitalize Health Accelerator: http://www.thelyonsshare.org/revitalize Toni's website and Disney princess quiz: https://tipswithtoni.com/ Toni's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tips_with_toni/ Toni's book: https://amzn.to/3o3sXOm Toni's Intermittent Fasting feature in Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/nomanazish/2021/06/30/10-intermittent-fasting-myths-you-should-stop-believing/?sh=23790ee3335b How to take action after listening to this episode:Next time you think you may be about to emotionally eat, PAUSE! Pay attention, Assess how you feel, Understand why you feel that way, Set up a plan, and Execute that plan!
Tracy Williams earned her degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Dominican University. She enjoys partnering with disability organizations, as well as other organizations to speak on a variety of nutrition and healthy lifestyle topics. She has written for Push Living, Abilities Buzz as well as Disability Horizons. She also has co-authored a profile piece that covers dietitians from diverse backgrounds for Today's Dietitian. It will be published in their August/September 2021 publication. You can connect with her at www.tracysplate.com, if you have any questions on how to work with her. For more episode details, visit: https://fooddignitymovement.org/podcast/episode-78-tackling-misconceptions-about-those-with-disability/
Have you ever wondered if the food you are eating is causing you pain due to inflammation? If so, stick around and listen in on how nutrition and what we eat day to day can influence inflammation and could be causing an increase in your pain level. Inflammation is the body's protective response against injury, infection, stress, or foreign substances. In episode 42 of Fresh Focus, Megan goes through some of the food items that could be causing an increase in inflammation. Food items that cause increase in inflammation include a diet full of highly processed foods, high sugary foods, or typical junk food, sometimes referred to as the Standard American Diet. Top 9 types of foods that are the big contributors of inflammation. 1. High-sugar foods2. High-fat foods3. Foods that promote bacterial overgrowth of the small bowel: This includes simple sugars and complex carbohydrates that are quickly digested. Such as bakery items, juice, soda, and really any food item with added sugar. 4. Low fiber intake: Not eating enough fiber, can also cause inflammation. One of the purposes of fiber is to pull and remove toxins from the gastrointestinal tract. For your reference, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, rec0mmends 25 grams of fiber for women and 38 grams of fiber for men each day. 5. Insufficient phytonutrients: Not eating enough colorful fruits and vegetables. 6. Vitamin and mineral deficiencies: Women should consume at least 1 ½ cups of fruit and 2 ½ cups of vegetables each day. Men should consume at least 2 cups of fruit and 3 ½ cups of vegetables each day. 7. Fatty acid imbalances: Not enough Omega-3 fatty acids and Omega-6 fatty acids, along with too much saturated fat and trans-fats from processed foods. 8. Insufficient exercise: Getting enough physical activity is effective in reducing adipose tissue and the amount of fat in your body.9. Tobacco use and excessive alcohol use: Can damage the body's cells and trigger an immune response of inflammation. Keep in mind that you do not need to try out all of these suggestions at once. By knowing what causing inflammation that can help us with making diet changes to help with pain and overall health and wellness. Remember, small steps are better than not trying at all. Check out Fresh Focus episodes 1-6 for more meal planning information on creating your own healthy plate. If you have questions regarding nutrition and inflammation, please contact your clinic Registered Dietitian Nutritionist to provide more guidance on anti-inflammatory meal planning.
In this episode, Deanna sits down with Brenna O'Malley, a registered dietitian based in San Francisco and founder of the online non-diet community and virtual private practice, The Wellful. Brenna specializes in helping people move away from dieting and disordered eating patterns to develop a flexible, healthy relationship with food and their body. She is passionate about changing the language we use to talk about nutrition & health in the media, online and in food marketing. Brenna uses a non-diet, individualized approach and believes that the ‘why' we eat is just as important as the ‘what' we eat. Brenna practices from a Health at Every Size (HAES®) perspective and truly believes that all foods can fit in a healthy diet, that guilt is not an ingredient and that this is hard work - but you can do hard things. You'll hear: Brenna shares how her 2021 has been so far, her experience of moving across the country, enjoying nature when she can and her history with dieting and overcoming diet culture (2:56) Brenna explains how she was able to work through dealing with chronic illness, food allergies, and intolerances. She shares her tips for dealing with food allergies and how intuitive eating is about noting internal and external cues that your body gives you (5:15) Dealing with food intolerances can be especially isolating but it is important to trust your body. Brenna shares her journey through diet culture, therapy and what key steps she took to overcome her restrictive relationship with food (10:22) As a dietician, Brenna shares her personal experience and professional opinion about disordered eating and dietetics in general. She explains what support is needed in the field to continue to make the right changes (19:42) Deanna and Brenna discuss fat and weight shaming and the stigma around diet and eating. Brenna shares how she became interested in dietetics and how we are influenced by the messages we hear in the media (28:21) In addition to her deictics background, Brenna also has a media and marketing background. She shares some ways dieticians can get into private practice and use social media for their business and why it is important to stay authentic (33:00) Breanna shares her red flags when it comes to diet culture and dietetics. Weight loss isn't encapsulated in a magic pill even if some people want you to think that. Breanna shares honest advice for how best to lose weight and why weight loss shouldn't be a taboo topic (42:26) If you're struggling with anything related to food and dietetics, and it is taking up space, the best thing you can do for yourself is to reach out for support to create that peaceful relationship with food and your body (45:42) Connect with Brenna IG/TikTok: @thewellfulWebsite: https://thewellful.com/ Connect with Deanna: IG: @dietitiandeanna Website: https://dietitiandeanna.com This episode is sponsored by Food Freedom Breakthrough, my three month transformative online group coaching program. Join the waitlist here to be first to know about the next program launching in Jan 2022.
From learning to spot the hidden sugars in our food and drinks, to managing our sweet tooth cravings; Anna and Clare delve into the subject of sugar with the help of Amanda Avery, Associate Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Nottingham. Interested to read more about cravings? Members can read this feature on Lifeline Online: https://member.slimmingworld.co.uk/features/craving-culprits Presented by Clare Freeman and Anna Mangan. Produced by ASFB Productions. Slimming World Podcast is sponsored by Slimming World. Please note: The info we share is based on our personal weight loss experiences. Always check with your consultant or a health professional when following a weight loss plan.
From learning to spot the hidden sugars in our food and drinks, to managing our sweet tooth cravings; Anna and Clare delve into the subject of sugar with the help of Amanda Avery, Associate Professor in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Nottingham. Interested to read more about cravings? Members can read this feature on Lifeline Online: https://member.slimmingworld.co.uk/features/craving-culprits Presented by Clare Freeman and Anna Mangan. Produced by ASFB Productions. Slimming World Podcast is sponsored by Slimming World. Please note: The info we share is based on our personal weight loss experiences. Always check with your consultant or a health professional when following a weight loss plan.
Conversation 233: The Story, Journey and Passion of Sarah Krieger RD, LD, MPH Today's conversation is with Sarah Krieger, a registered dietitian who has a knack for saying yes to things along her career and it is working out very well. Sarah has worked in many settings from clinical, worksite wellness, got her masters in public health, was a media spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, President of the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and is currently flourishing in her own practice. What is great about this conversation is Sarah introduces us to hypnosis and how it is a new and exciting frontier for practicing dietetics. Please enjoy my conversation with Sarah. Connect with Sarah: www.SarahKrieger.com and www.HealthyLifestylesTampaBay.com www.anneelizabethrd.com Copyright © 2021 AEHC & OPI Song: One Of These Days Artist: The Gemini www.thegeminimusic.com Music used by permission. All rights received. © ASCAP OrtmanMusic --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anneelizabethrd/message
Our guest tonight, Esther Blum, is an Integrative Dietitian and High Performance Coach. She has helped thousands of women permanently balance hormones and lose stubborn belly fat by treating the root cause of their health struggles. Esther is the bestselling author of Cavewomen Don't Get Fat, Eat, Drink and Be Gorgeous, Secrets of Gorgeous, and The Eat, Drink, and Be Gorgeous Project. She currently maintains a busy virtual practice where she provides 360 degrees of healing with physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual support. Esther believes that diet and supplements are the foundation to healing, but treating the whole person is paramount. You can find out more about Esther by going to https://estherblum.com/. You can find out more about FDNthrive by going to www.fdnthrive.com.
This piece focuses upon multimodal prehabilitation through the lived experience of clinicians from the different healthcare systems of Europe, the United States and the UK; both prior to and during the pandemic. We hear about the implementation of rehabilitation programs and research studies, which have managed to adapt, in the COVID era. Presented by Denny Levett, Professor in Perioperative Medicine and Critical Care at Southampton University Hospital NHS Foundation trust and Honorary Associate Professor at the University of Southampton with her guests Franco Carli, Professor of Anesthesia at McGill University and Associate Professor in the School of Dietetics and Human Nutrition at McGill University, Staff anesthesiologist at the McGill University Health Centre, Gerard Danjoux, consultant in Anaesthesia and Sleep Medicine at South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust, Professor Sandy Jack, PhD, Consultant Clinician Scientist in The Anaesthesia and Critical Care Research Unit at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Liverpool, University of Southampton and University College London, Dan Engelman, President of the Enhanced Recovery after Cardiac surgery society, Baystate Health in Massachusetts, Medical Director, Heart, Vascular & Critical Care Services, Baystate Medical Center and Associate Professor of Surgery University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate. Like this, want more? Try this piece now: https://www.topmedtalk.com/models-of-prehabilitation-ebpom-2020-2/ And remember, Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) offers high quality video presentations as well as a chance to attend our next live conference here: www.ebpom.org
Marissa starts her dive into the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS) with Heather Lieber, a Registered Dietician at Harmons Grocery. This episode is jam-packed with useful information, including valuable out-of-classroom experiences, must-have's and nice-to-have's for dieticians, effective mediums for accessible nutrition education, and Heather's biggest lesson learned. Heather made an impact on the USU Logan campus during her time as a student by fulfilling various roles, such as A Team Student Orientation member, Undergraduate Teaching Fellow and Teaching Assistant, and Academic Senator for CAAS. During that time, she was also a Class Instructor at Citrus Pear Dinners and held internships with University of Utah Health, Washington County School District, and Harmons Grocery. She began working as a full-time registered dietician at Harmons Grocery in 2019, where she maintains the Dietitians Choice product tagging program; delivers nutrition workshops on a variety of topics; develops and delivers themes, menus, and education for cooking classes with customers; and implements motivational interviewing skills in nutrition counseling appointments. Heather is passionate about motivational interviewing and combining the culinary arts with nutrition principles to diminish barriers to a healthy lifestyle.
IN THIS EPISODEThere are two parts of the application that focus on the experience you have gained thus far in your dietetics journey. The first is your resume, of course, and the second is the section calls “Awards, Experience, and Volunteer Activities.” In both of these areas, you want to make sure you prove that the experience you document really deserves to be there. Let's talk about how you can do that. Here are some of the topics covered in this episode:1. How to make it clear why a position is on your application in the first place2. Which word to avoid because it usually does say what you want it to3. Elements to add to pack a punch in your descriptionsYOUR ACTION STEPBegin thinking about your experience, even if you haven't set up your DICAS account or will be typing it directly into your application just yet. Jot down the experience you have at this point, both paid and volunteer. Take the time you have to make sure you've thought through everything your role did or does entail, and how you can describe it so it's clear, highlights your skills that will transfer to dietetics, and uses those key words that state exactly what you did, avoiding the word “assist” and using quantifiers wherever you can.With this Insider insight, your application is sure to stand out!----------SHOW NOTESEpisode 52 Show NotesGet your spot in the Master Your Match Live CourseSubmit your review of a DI program you applied to or where you're an intern----------Be a guest on the Application Insider Podcast! Schedule your FREE 20-minute Brainstorm Call with NicoleNew to Dietetics? Start Here! Find more dietetics tips and guidance at applicationinsider.coFollow along on Instagram @applicationinsider
In Episode #171, I am talking with Frances Yahia Frances Yahia has a PhD in Educational Leadership and Mental Health, a MPH, a MS in Dietetics am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Dietitian, a professional archetypal astrologer, akashic records reader, and shaman. Today, Frances Yahia is sharing with us some of her insights on How to Heal Subconscious Wounds We talked about: How the subconscious develops How to grow into Spiritual Adults. The hidden truths of the universe. Earth consciousness versus spiritual consciousness. The difference between transformation and transmutation. She can be found on: www.dryahia.com (website) Mistress of the Subconscious (podcast) Youtube channel with tons of video on metaphysics, spirituality, symbolism, mythology, universal laws and depth psychology Hidden Truths Patreon page: Spiritual Starter Kit Book: The Seven Gates: Seven Steps Beyond Self-Awareness; Witch Bitch: Ceremonies and Rituals for Gods and Goddesses * * * * * Victoria Gallagher is a worldwide leader in Hypnotherapy, a #1 Best Selling Author, International Speaker, Life Success Coach, and Renowned Authority on the Law of Attraction. She has dedicated her life to empowering people all over the world to successfully live a life of liberty, aligned with their dreams through her effective meditative recordings and online courses. With the new HypnoCloud iOS app, you can achieve the wealth you desire, be healthy and fit, have the career you want, live the lifestyle of which you dream, and reach spiritual fulfillment. Download HypnoCloud from the App Store now: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/hypnocloud-relax-and-let-go/id1450270910 Get it on Google Play For our listeners who found us on Power of Your Mind Podcast, go to Hyptalk.com and sign up for your Free Self-Hypnosis Video Training Course. Also First Time Customers get 35% off Your First Order of Hypnosis Downloads when you use the code "PODCAST" in your shopping cart at: Hyptalk.com Learn more about Victoria Gallagher and her new book Practical Law of Attraction at: VictoriaMGallagher.com If you enjoyed today's episode, please leave us a review! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/power-your-mind-hypnosis-law-attraction-meditation/id1161784063?mt=2
In this episode I'm talking to Kevin C. Klatt, PhD, RD, a registered dietitian and postdoctoral fellow at the Baylor College of Medicine. We discuss nutrition science, research and the dark side of wellness that is oftentimes overlooked. Dr. Klatt explains how those of us without scientific backgrounds can navigate all of the information out there and discern what is legitimate and what is not, and we explore why so many turn to food as a “cause and a cure.” We also discuss the most egregious claims he has seen on the internet; how to become your own researcher; tips for eating to reduce risk of chronic disease; why we tend to make causal links between what we eat and how we feel, and so much more. Dr. Klatt received his PhD in Molecular Nutrition from Cornell University and completed his dietetic internship at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center. He is the Inaugural Dennis M. Bier Young Career Editor at the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and is an active member of the executive committee of the Research Dietetics Practice Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. www.Sakara.com/BLONDEFILES for 20% off your first order. www.Dipseastories.com/BLONDE for your extended 30 day free trial. www.Getcanopy.co with code BLONDE10 at checkout for an additional 10% off your purchase. www.Helloned.com/BLONDE for 15% off your first one-time purchase or 20% off your first subscription plus free shipping. Produced by Dear Media
Join Joyce & Michele Fumagalli, Dietitian, Mother, Athlete, Foodie and owner of Fit Plate Nutrition, for a casual conversation you can walk to. Dig into what it means to eat intuitively, the power of breakfast, and how determining what influences your food thoughts can reprogram how you think about food.About MicheleI help women and athletes relearn how to fuel and nourish their body & mind without diets. Diet culture tells us we need to look, eat and move a certain way to have greater worth and value. It causes confusion with food choices, food guilt, restriction, poor body image, and moving as a form of punishment rather than enjoyment.I bring awareness to diet culture and its negative effects in order to help others break free and live healthier, happier lives. Using an intuitive eating approach, I work with clients to improve confidence in their food choices and relationship with food, body and movement.I have always loved sport and fitness, however my passion for empowering others through nutrition didn't begin until my mid-twenties. Dietetics is my second degree and career. I received my first degree from University of Notre Dame in Business-Marketing. After a year of playing professional soccer in Germany and the US, I worked at Gatorade in business development. Part of my role at Gatorade was to educate athletes, teams, coaches and athletic trainers on sports nutrition. I loved learning the science behind sports nutrition, educating the athletes and began wanting more involvement and a greater impact on the Athlete's nutrition. This brought me back to school in pursuit of becoming a nutrition expert, a Registered Dietitian. Coupling my expertise in food, nutrition and vast experiences in sports, I am a credible voice of reason, encouragement, and guidance in this crazy chaotic world of food. I provide comprehensive client-centered nutritional therapy, partnering with each client in order to find what works best for them. I provide one-on-one and small group coaching, as well as wellness workshops, and am a nutrition expert speaker and writer. I am blessed to have helped 1000's and hopeful to help hundreds of thousands more.Connect with MicheleWebsite: https://www.fitplatenutrition.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FitPlateNutritionInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/fumagalli_fitplate/
Matt McLeod of McLeod Consulting Services shares 2 underrated methods to lose more fat with less hassle Episode 1487: 2 Underrated Methods To Lose More Fat With Less Hassle by Matt McLeod on Losing Fat With Ease Matt McLeod is a huge fitness, nutrition, and psychology nerd who graduated with Honors from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor's degree in Dietetics & Human Nutrition. In 2016, he won his pro card to become an NGA Pro Natural Bodybuilder. The original post is located here: https://mattmcleod.org/underrated/ Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In today's episode, we chat all things yoga for runners with Dr. Theresa DeLorenzo. Dr. DeLorenzo has been a Registered Dietitian (RD) since 2001. She received her Bachelor in Science in Food Science and Dietetics from the University of Rhode Island and her Master of Science and Doctorate of Clinical Nutrition from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. As owner and founder of Nutrition for Optimal Performance, Dr. DeLorenzo works with athletes to help them to make sure they are eating the correct proportion of macro and micro- nutrients to perform their best and provides 1:1 yoga therapy to work through anxiety and any pain they may have. She also helps athletes come up with a race week nutrition and hydration plan to feel and race as good as possible. In addition, Dr. DeLorenzo has a Journey into Positive Body Image Program for individuals struggling with their mind/ body relationship. She helps them through nutrition counseling and yoga therapy to improve this relationship and to develop a healthier mindset. Thank you Koala Clip for sponsoring today's episode! To save 10% off your order, use code FITCOOKIE at checkout at https://www.koalaclip.com To enroll in my Runner Roadmap Course, visit: https://fitcookiefoundations.thinkific.com/courses/fit-cookie-runner-roadmap To apply to the Strong Runner Academy group coaching program, visit: https://www.fitcookienutrition.com (next group kicks off in October!)
Susannah Juteau M.Sc., RD is a registered dietitian who discovered a medication-free solution to chronic headaches. Following a 10-hr brain surgery - she suffered for 5 years from constant, debilitating headaches and Migraine attacks. After focusing on not only WHAT to eat but WHEN to eat it, she was able to get off all meds and has not experienced any migraine episodes since. She is now on a mission to help others achieve the same life-changing results.She's also an avid traveler who loves playing sports and competing in geeky board game nights with her husband. She is determined that her two young girls grow up continuing to be best friends. Susannah holds a Bachelor's degree in Neuroscience and a Master's degree in Nutrition and Dietetics.You can watch it here: You can find out more about her on her website: www.headachenutritionist.com
Is a large breakfast beneficial for your health? What is the secret behind portion control? To kick off Season 6 of Spot On!, we are welcoming back Sangeeta Pradhan who is the Diabetes Program Coordinator of Charles River Medical Associates and is currently the Chair of the Central Massachusetts Dietetic Association. Sangeeta is a sought-after professional speaker, a guest blogger for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' “Food and Nutrition” magazine, and India New England News' nutrition columnist. Listen now to learn more about our body's master clock, insulin sensitivity, and eating patterns.
In this episode, I discuss the evidence surrounding supplements/substances that have some promise for enhancing endurance performance.Website: www.peakendurancesolutions.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @ryaneckert_triEvidence-Based Supplementation for Endurance Performance - One-Page Reference GuideReferences1. Bishop, D. (2010). Dietary supplements and team-sport performance. Sports medicine, 40(12), 995-1017.2. Jones, A. M. (2014). Dietary nitrate supplementation and exercise performance. Sports medicine, 44(1), 35-45.3. Kreider, R. B., Wilborn, C. D., Taylor, L., Campbell, B., Almada, A. L., Collins, R., ... & Kerksick, C. M. (2010). ISSN exercise & sport nutrition review: research & recommendations. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 7(1), 1.4. Sports Nutrition Conference: Oxford, London. (2012). Available at https://myasucourses.asu.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-14289375-dt-content-rid-82469462_1/courses/2016FallB-X-NTR598-90747-90748/SNC%20London%202012.pdf. 5. Thomas, D. T., Erdman, K. A., & Burke, L. M. (2016). Position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Dietitians of Canada, and the American College of Sports Medicine: nutrition and athletic performance. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 116(3), 501-528.6. Peart, D.J., Siegler, J.C., & Vince, R.V. (2012). Practical recommendations for coaches and athletes: a meta-analysis of sodium bicarbonate use for athletic performance. The journal of strength & conditioning research, 26(7), 1975-1983.7. Kern, M., Misell, L. M., Ordille, A., Alm, M., & Salewske, B. (2018). Double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized crossover pilot study evaluating the impacts of sodium bicarbonate in a transdermal delivery system on physiological parameters and exercise performance: 2402 Board# 238 June 1 1100 AM-1230 PM. Medicine & science in sports & exercise, 50(5S):595.8. Misell, L., Kern, M., Ordille, A., Alm, M., & Salewske, B. (2018). Double-blind, placebo controlled, randomized crossover pilot study evaluating the impacts of sodium bicarbonate in a transdermal delivery system on delayed muscle onset soreness: 2403 Board# 239 June 1 1100 AM-1230 PM. Medicine & science in sports & exercise, 50(5S):595.Love our content and want to support our show? Click the link here and consider supporting us by becoming a Patreon member with options to get exclusive branded merchandise!
Jacque Tarlton, Certified Wellcoach® & Wellness Advocate, is passionate about improving health through fabulous, fun, and scientifically proven lifestyle changes. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition and Dietetics and she practiced as a Registered Dietitian (RD) early in her career. She is currently a Certified Wellcoach®, Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) Facilitator, & Corporate Wellness Trainer specializing in the power of plants to improve health & longevity for her clients, and ROI for corporations.Jacque has studied nutrition, health, and fitness since 1986, and she was introduced to the power of plant-based nutrition in 1994. Jacque has always worked in the health field, and she has gone from deadly addictions to fabulously thriving! It is Jacque's mission to coach you through your unhealthy lifestyle habits to live your best, happiest, and most vibrant life. And the best part? It's never too late to start!Marzia Prince is an award-winning international health and wellness expert. She is the go to health & fitness expert for numerous TV and radio stations that include Fox News Radio, iHeart Radio, CW 33, and WFAA's Channel 8 News in Dallas. She was named D Magazines' top trainer to follow on Instagram in 2016 and Dallas's top 10 Most Influential Women in 2015. She has numerous certifications including nutrition, physical fitness, bio-mechanics in resistance training, and pre/post-natal wellness. She attends the latest research in her field through continuing education every year.Marzia credits her success to her healthy lifestyle behaviors. From haute mess to Healthinista, she is living a plant-based, eco- friendly lifestyle that has helped her overcome many challenges in life. She firmly believes you need to live a healthy lifestyle to be successful in life. Health is not just what you are eating, it is about what you are thinking, saying, and doing daily. Her Healthinista programs have changed thousands of lives. Goals that clients once thought to be impossible to achieve were met and surpassed upon completion of her programs.At Plant Chics, you will find a community of women inspiring and supporting each other in their plant-based health journey.Whether you are plant-curious, a part-time Plant Chic, or a plant-based pro, we got your back. You will become the healthiest and most confident you've ever felt on the Plant Chics lifestyle.What we talked about: 3:25- Their favorite foods5:05- Each of their plant based journeys15:50- How Plant Chics started21:30- The programs that Plant Chics offers37:15- What intuitive eating is46:25- Wrap-upShow notes:7 Day Starter KitLet's Get LIITAnd to our Plant Chics Tribe on FBPlant Chics WebsiteConnect with Stacey:Stacey on InstagramStacey's WebsiteJoin The Herban Farmacy Facebook GroupShop BeautycounterShop NeogenSandyBoy Productions Shows:Why is Everyone Yelling?The Up and Running PodcastThe Illuminate PodcastI'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein
Season 4, Episode 6: Childhood Obesity Child Obesity has been on a steady rise over the last 5 years. Childhood obesity in the Black population in the US has climbed to 22% versus 25.8% in the Latino community. Today, we have a guest Momologist and mother of 2, Vanessa Rissetto, to discuss obesity and more. Meet Vanessa Rissetto Vanessa received her MS in Marketing at NYU and completed her Dietetic Internship at Mount Sinai Hospital where she worked as a Senior Dietitian for five years. She is certified in Adult Weight Management (Levels I & II) by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Her work in private practice also includes treatment of GI disorders, bariatric surgery, weight management, PCOS, and family nutrition. She is mostly interested in helping clients to take an active role in their health journey, any of her clients can tell you she motivates and ensures that they always achieve success. Vanessa was named by Essence magazine as one of the top 5 black nutritionists that will change the way you think about food. Vanessa lives in Hoboken NJ with her husband, two kids and their new goldendoodle, Freddie. An exercise junkie she is always up for any class as long as it's after she rides her peloton. Link to Bio: https://culinahealth.com/vanessa-rissetto SUBSCRIBE TO FREE NEWSLETTER: Be the first to know about new episodes, get mom hacks, and more each week by subscribing to The Monday Momologist. Head over to mahoganymomology.com to get your free newsletter. Produced By: Great Music and Games https://greatmusicandgames.com/ Continue the Discussion, Download, Subscribe, Rate, Like, Follow Us, and Share on: Website and Shopping: www.mahoganymomology.com Twitter: @MMomology Insta: @mahoganymomology FB: @MahoganyMomology ---- resources ---- https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/public-health/childhood-obesity-rates-hit-all-time-high-survey-finds.html https://www.cdc.gov/obesity/data/childhood.html https://letsmove.obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/sites/letsmove.gov/files/TaskForce_on_Childhood_Obesity_May2010_FullReport.pdf
Bariatric Surgery: life-saving or irreversibly damaging? At least among Dietitian's, bariatric surgery is pretty controversial. On the one hand, surgery may be the only means of achieving life-saving weight loss for patients with obesity. On the other hand, the surgeries often cause life-long problems with digestive function. This can impact quality of life, and even hormone balance. My guest this episode is Katie Chapmon, RD. Katie has extensive experience with bariatric patients. This experience led to an expertise in the connection between digestion and hormones. Specifically, Katie often works with people who suffer from both IBS and PCOS. In addition to her clinical practice, Katie provides practitioner education to clinicians who work with the bariatric surgery population. Katie Chapmon, MS, RD is an award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist specializing in Bariatric Nutrition, GI Issues and Hormonal Health and with 10+ years of hands-on clinical experience for leading medical providers. She is the proud recipient of the 2010 Recognized Young Dietitian of the Year Award and 2018 Excellence in Weight Management Practice Award through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. She spent the first decade of her career as the lead dietitian for Kaiser Permanente Southern California. For the past several years, she has been working with industry partners and consumers to improve nutrition education within the field, and maintains a virtual private practice. In April 2021, she launched Bariatric Nutrition Pro – to provide healthcare practitioners education to start (or continue!) their bariatric career with the confidence and knowledge to succeed. She currently serves as the Chair of the American Society of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Integrated Health Clinical Issues Committee, Chapter author of the 3rd Edition of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Pocket Guide to Bariatric Surgery. She is a national speaker and enjoys time hiking and cooking in the kitchen. In this episode, we discuss: How Katie's work in bariatrics made her an expert the connections between digestive health and hormone balance How IBS and PCOS are related Why bariatric surgery is controversial Why and when bariatric surgery may be needed Common mistakes before and after bariatric surgery The long-term effects of bariatric surgery Work with Katie: www.katiechapmon.com Get practitioner education for working with bariatric patients: www.bariatricnutritionpro.com Check out the full episode at: https://erinskinner.com/empowerednutrition/bariatricsurgery Please review the Empowered Nutrition Podcast on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen! Then, send me a screenshot of your positive review to email@example.com as a DM on Instagram (erinskinner_rd) . Include a brief description of what you're working on with your health and/or nutrition and I'll send you a free custom meal plan! Also, I'm accepting new clients for functional nutrition! Book a free chemistry call to discuss your story and see if we're a good fit HERE. Follow me on Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest
On our inaugural show we chat with, Lyndi Wieand, Weis Markets In-Store Registered Dietitian about her role in DSMES. Diet is a significant portion of diabetes management that is unfortunately sometimes overlooked. An article recently published in 2018, Diabetes and Diet: A Patient and Dietitian's Perspective, discusses the challenges that Type 2 Diabetes patients face when trying to lose weight, especially while taking insulin therapy. The dietitian plays a vital role in the management of carbohydrate awareness while concurrently minimizing the risk of hypoglycemia. Because of this, utilizing the dietitian in DSMES classes can have a positive impact on patients' health. Isabelle Litvak, PharmD & Rachel Hay, PharmD are the new hosts of season 2 of Beyond the Sig for the DSMES Podcast Series powered by the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association. The podcast's goal is to bring awareness to Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support and how individuals like you play a role in educating both patients and health care practitioners. Today we discussed the DSMES classes from the dietitian's perspective. We hear about Lyndi's DSMES successes, challenges, and personal stories overcoming patient barriers during her three-year experience. Reference Articles: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6167292/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7605030/ Today's guest is Lyndi Wieand, MHSc, RDN, LDN. Lyndi graduated from the University of Vermont in 2016 with a B.S. in Dietetics, Nutrition and Food Science, then completed her Dietetic Internship at Cedar Crest College in Allentown, PA in 2018. She passed her Registered Dietitian credentialing exam in June 2018 and was hired at Weis Markets as an In-Store Registered Dietitian in August of that year. Lyndi covers the Lehigh Valley regional area, but primarily work in the Allentown and Schnecksville stores. In May 2021, she graduated with her Master of Health Sciences degree from Cedar Crest College and volunteers as a preceptor for the Cedar Crest Dietetic Internship, volunteer with the Bethlehem YWCA Diabetes Coalition, and is a Certified Group Lifestyle Balance Coach for the Diabetes Prevention Program. Lyndi also serves as the President of the Lehigh Valley Dietetic Association. Lyndi Wieand, MHSc, RDN, LDN Lehigh Valley In-Store Dietitian Weis Markets, Inc. Our hosts: Isabelle Litvak, PharmD is a 2021 graduate from St. John's University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Dr. Litvak is currently pursuing a PGY-1 Community-Based Pharmacy Residency with Weis Markets and Wilkes University Nesbitt School of Pharmacy where she participates in collaborative care in both the community and ambulatory care setting, caring for patients with chronic diseases like diabetes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
"Taking your transition at your own pace is totally okay!" Double Trouble! Get ready ya'll because you get two plant-based dietitians this week! I am so excited to welcome, Lauren McNeill, a Registered Dietitian based in Canada who specializes in plant-based nutrition, with a Masters of Public Health in Nutrition and Dietetics and a collaborative specialization in women's health. Lauren started her plant-based journey by going vegetarian ten years ago, then slowly transitioned to veganism when studying nutrition in her undergraduate degree. I often feel like our neighbors to the north are always several steps ahead of us in progress, so I loved having this discussion from the perspective of a Canadian dietitian. She now runs a virtual private practice where she helps those who are vegetarian, vegan or those who simply want to incorporate more plant-based foods into their everyday eating pattern thrive on a plant-based diet. She also has launched an online program called "Thriving on Plant-Based Fundamentals" that we have linked below. Resources from this episode: "The Kind Diet" By Alicia Silverstone Lauren's Online Course - Thriving on Plant-Based FundamentalsFavorite Recipe: Chickpea Noodle SoupIf you want to connect with Lauren, visit the following:Instagram: @tastingtothrive_rdTikTok: @tastingtothrive_rdYouTube: Tasting to ThriveWebsite: www.tastingtothrive.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgIf you want to connect with me, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenterednutritionWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered Nutrition
This week on the pod we have the OG of the Trader Joe's hauls, @dietitiandeanna! Deanna Wolfe is a Registered Dietitian who specializes in mindful eating and overcoming food rules. We talk about all things transparency in dietetics, making grocery shopping fun, and how to make convenience foods work for you! We are so happy to have had this conversation with Deanna and it's been a long time coming! Find Deanna on Instagram @dietitiandeanna
Introducing Dietitian To Dietitian – a new accredited webinar series, hosted by NBC's Today Show nutrition and health expert Joy Bauer, which delves into different ideas and perspectives on some of the hottest topics in Dietetics. In this episode, we dive into the question: Can traditional weight management and a Health At Every Size® approach coexist? Join us as Joy explores this topic along with lecturer and author of “The Active Calorie Diet” Leslie Bonci and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and Author of Unapologetic Eating Alissa Rumsey. For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/category/podcasts/ This podcast is not, and is not intended to be, medical advice, which should be tailored to your individual circumstances. This podcast is for your information only, and we advise that you exercise your own judgment before deciding to use the information provided. Professional medical advice should be obtained before taking action. Please see here for terms and conditions: https://dietitianconnection.com/terms/
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Is Dairy Good For Us? | This episode is brought to you by ButcherBoxWe have no biological requirement for dairy, and yet, we've been told over and over again that this food is a great source of calcium and that milk makes healthy bones and we should drink it daily. However, the research shows that none of this is true. In fact, close to 70 percent of the world's population is genetically unable to properly digest milk and other dairy products—a problem known as lactose intolerance. But even if you aren't lactose intolerant, consuming dairy can lead to weight gain, bloating, acne, gas, allergies, eczema, brittle bones, and sometimes even cancer.In this mini-episode, Dr. Hyman discusses why he often works with patients to eliminate dairy in conversations with his colleagues Lisa Dreher and Dr. Elizabeth Boham. He also speaks with Dr. David Ludwig about his recent research on milk and dairy products.Lisa Dreher is a registered dietitian who got her undergraduate nutrition degree at the Rochester Institute of Technology and completed a dietetic internship through Cornell University. Lisa first worked in the acute care hospital setting and became a Clinical Nutrition Specialist working in Pediatric Gastroenterology at the University of Rochester Medical Center. At the same time, she pursued her Masters degree in Nutrition and Integrative Health from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and started practicing integrative and functional nutrition in private practice before joining UWC in 2015. She has since received additional training through the Institute for Functional Medicine. Over the past 10 years, Lisa has delivered several public health lectures on the role of food as medicine and her work has been showcased in Reader's Digest, on National Public Radio, and she was featured in the Broken Brain 2 series. She also developed the Digestive Health and Gut Microbiome training module for the Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine practice group through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Elizabeth Boham is a physician and nutritionist who practices Functional Medicine at The UltraWellness Center in Lenox, MA. Through her practice and lecturing she has helped thousands of people achieve their goals of optimum health and wellness. She witnesses the power of nutrition every day in her practice and is committed to training other physicians to utilize nutrition in healing. Dr. Boham has contributed to many articles and wrote the latest chapter on Obesity for the Rankel Textbook of Family Medicine. She is part of the faculty of the Institute for Functional Medicine and has been featured on the Dr. Oz show and in a variety of publications and media including Huffington Post, The Chalkboard Magazine, and Experience Life. Her DVD Breast Wellness: Tools to Prevent and Heal from Breast Cancer explores the Functional Medicine approach to keeping your breasts and whole body well.David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD is an endocrinologist and researcher at Boston Children's Hospital. He holds the rank of Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and Professor of Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health. Dr. Ludwig is co-director of the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center and founder of the Optimal Weight for Life program, one of the country's oldest and largest clinics for the care of overweight children. For more than 25 years, Dr. Ludwig has studied the effects of dietary composition on metabolism, body weight, and risk for chronic disease. Described as an “obesity warrior” by Time Magazine, Dr. Ludwig has fought for fundamental policy changes to improve the food environment. He has been a Principal Investigator on numerous grants from the National Institutes of Health and philanthropic organizations and has published over 200 scientific articles. Dr. Ludwig was a Contributing Writer at JAMA for 10 years and presently serves as an editor for The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition and The BMJ. He has written 3 books for the general public, including the #1 New York Times bestseller Always, Hungry? Conquer Cravings, Retrain Your Fat Cells, and Lose Weight Permanently.This episode is brought to you by ButcherBox. Right now ButcherBox has a special offer for new members. If you sign up today you'll get 2 ribeye steaks free in your first box plus $10 off by going to butcherbox.com/farmacy.Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Lisa Dreher, “A Simple Diet Experiment That May Solve Most Of Your Health Issues” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/FeJHNRJ3 Find Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. Elizabeth Boham, “Acne, Weight Gain, Facial Hair, Hair Loss, Infertility: Is PCOS The Cause?” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/68G64S1YFind Dr. Hyman's full-length conversation with Dr. David Ludwig, “Why Most Everything We Were Told About Dairy Is Wrong” here: https://DrMarkHyman.lnk.to/DrDavidLudwig See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Such a great conversation with a new friend, Tina Hall! She is Travis Hall's wife and is a pastor, nutritionist, and just overall good person. She specializes in intuitive eating and her business is called Fit 4 Purpose, which definitely lines up with me and this podcast. I loved our discussion about being fit, physically and spiritually, to be sure we are aligned with what God wants for us! You will, too! Enjoy! Key Takeaways: How she was led to being a nutritionist If the Holy Spirit is within us, shouldn't we treating ourselves differently Balance, variety, and moderation are key
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Rachel Scheer. She is a Certified Functional Medicine Nutritionist who received her degree from Baylor University in Nutrition Science and Dietetics. Rachel has her own private nutrition and counseling practice located in McKinney, Texas. If your goal is to optimize your hormones and gut health, have better energy, or lose weight and keep it off Rachel can help you! Rachel's journey as a nutrition coach began in weight-loss and athletic performance. However, a couple years into her practice she began to suffer from severe gastrointestinal dysfunction (IBS.) After many false diagnoses, spending thousands of dollars on doctor visits and tests, and one doctor even suggesting the removal of her entire large intestine, Rachel decided to take her health into her own hands. Using her knowledge in nutrition and dietetics Rachel became an expert on gut health and hormonal balance and completed her certification in functional medicine through the Kalish Institute. Rachel says “using a functional approach and focusing on the health of the gut microbiome saved [her] life. Rachel's nutrition philosophy is one that looks at the total person. She uses functional lab testing to address the root cause of any imbalances in the body and creates a customized program consisting of dietary recommendations, supplements, and lifestyle modifications to optimize your health and wellbeing. In this episode, Rachel opens up about her story of becoming one of the world's top health and fitness influencers. On the outside, Rachel had the "perfect body." However, on the inside, Rachel was suffering from gut issues, depression, anxiety, thyroid problems, and hormone imbalances. Rachel speaks about how she reversed her health, and we dive deep into the importance of your gut health. Plus, Rachel reveals what things you need to avoid in order to have a healthy gut. Tune in as we chat about the importance of lean muscle mass and why you might benefit from hiring a health coach. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Upgraded Formulas Hair Mineral Deficiency Analysis & Supplements: http://www.upgradedformulas.com Use BEN10 at checkout for 10% off your order. Paleo Valley beef sticks, apple cider vinegar complex, organ meat complex & more. Use the coupon code KETOKAMP15 over at https://paleovalley.com/ to receive 15% off your entire order. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [00:20] How Rachel Became One of The Top Health & Fitness Influencers In The World Growing up, Rachel could literally eat whatever she wanted and whenever she wanted to eat. Rachel decided to go to Baylor University for Nutrition Science and Dietetics. At college, Rachel started weightlifting, fitness competitions, and bodybuilding. She was known as someone who could maintain this incredible physique for so long. Fitness was an outlet for Rachel to escape her trauma. [04:20] Rachel Was Close To Getting Her Entire Large Intestine Cut Out Rachel suffered from a lot of chronic gut issues. She realized that bodybuilding wasn't healthy; she was miserable on the inside. During her bodybuilding days, Rachel had hormonal imbalances, her thyroid took a massive hit, she was depressed, and she had anxiety. Rachel's gut issues were severe – whenever Rachel ate, she had massive pain. The gastroenterologist wanted to cut out her large intestine. Something in Rachel's gut told her not to do the surgery. Instead, she went down the road of functional medicine. [15:40] A Guide To Increasing Diversity In Your Gut Food is a great way to increase diversity in your gut. More diversity in our gut leads to more leanness, which can help improve our metabolism. The first thing you can do is feed the bacteria in the gut by increasing more fibers. Green bananas are a great way to increase diversity. Figure out a way to rotate some of the foods and fibers that you're eating. “Food is going to be the number one source of fuel for a greater diversity in our gut.” -Rachel Scheer [23:45] The Worst Foods You Can Eat For Gut Health Sugar A lot of pathogenic bacteria thrive off of sugar in the diet. Sugar also leads to obesity which will wreak havoc on our gut microbiome. Vegetable oils They create massive inflammation throughout our entire body. We can metabolize sugar, but we can't metabolize these seed oils. Medications (antibiotics, antacids, PPIs, and birth control) Birth control can deplete the body of key micronutrients. It can wreak havoc in our gut microbiome not only because of depleting the nutrients, but it can cause an imbalance of bacteria. Most people have too much stomach acid, and we overuse antacids. Stress Stress causes us to be in a catabolic state. When our digestive system is not really working because we're in a stress state, this can lead to a lot of bacterial overgrowth. Unresolved trauma People who've gone through trauma actually have a low vagal tone. When we go through periods of stress, our gut is affected. Sugar substitutes Use monk fruit and stevia instead of other popular substitutes like sucralose. Dairy and wheat Most of us can't really break down lactose. Try to do an elimination diet by removing dairy. Raw diets Raw vegetables have a lot of insoluble fibers. In general, we need to cook our food. [43:25] Building Lean Muscle Mass Important For Longevity Protein is incredibly important for our skeletal muscle mass. When we don't have adequate skeletal muscle mass, we have higher levels of blood sugar and higher levels of insulin. The number one reason why people end up in nursing homes is for sarcopenia. Overall, we need to eat high-quality protein and increase skeletal muscle mass in the body. [48:25] Which Is More Important: A Physical Six-Pack or a Mental Six-Pack? Rachel says a mental six-pack is more important than a physical six-pack. Losing weight won't make you happy. Instead, who you are as a person will make you happy. Always work on being the best version of yourself and always do things that will improve your mental health and wellbeing. [40:55] How To Respond To Hateful Comments and Messages Online People like to put you down and criticize you online. Usually, it's all about the person that is doing the criticizing. When you stand up for the things you believe in, then no one can make you feel bad. You have to know undoubtedly who you are and what you stand for. [56:55] The Benefits of Having A Coach On Your Health Journey If there's anything you want to truly excel in, you should work with an expert. You are the greatest investment you can ever make. Too often, people think the cost of a coach is too high. However, you are the only investment that you can make that will continue to give back to you. Find a coach in every area of your life that you want to improve in. AND MUCH MORE! 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