Cold and flu season is here and we want to give you the best tips to support your immune system during this time. Specifically, what supplements to take during the colder months, and when you feel those first onset of symptoms approaching!Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #ImmuneSupport
As the festive season rolls in, we're all aware of the joy and the stress that come hand-in-hand with the holidays. In today's episode, I'll be sharing some thoughtful strategies to navigate the challenge of a missing period during this bustling time of the year.In this episode, we'll explore period recovery during the holidays:The importance of allowing yourself to enjoy food. Remember, nourishing your body is a key step towards bringing your period back.Facing your food fears head-on. With time and patience, the foods that once caused anxiety can become a normal part of your life, free from fear.The underestimated value of rest. Relaxation and downtime are not only beneficial but crucial for period recovery. It's more than okay to take those moments to sit back and rest; it's productive.Tune in as we journey through these holiday tips, offering you support and guidance during this festive season.Enjoy this episode!Cynthia Apply for coaching w/Cynthia: https://p.bttr.to/3ybjfOb Website: https://www.periodnutritionist.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/period.nutritionistFor the full show notes - please visit my website: periodnutritionist.com
Welcome back to this week's REPLAY episode of The Business of Wellness! Before we get into some exciting trend forecasting content for 2024 (my favorite kind of content), I thought we'd take a moment to look back at the biggest food, nutrition & wellness trends of 2023. What did I get right? Where did I go awry? Which trends did you see everywhere this year, and which ones of these were a total miss?! Don't be shy….I'd really love to hear your feedback in the form of a review, listeners! Today's episode is a replay of part one of my two episode series on 2023 trend forecasting in food, nutrition & preventative health, which originally aired in December, 2022. This episode specifically deep-dives on three key areas of opportunity for consumer wellness brands. I get into why I think doing each of these three things can help brands, businesses, products, and services to not only survive the forthcoming economic downturn, but actually thrive during a challenging & competitive period. We discuss: What is "wellness" and why is it so difficult to define? Our current healthcare model (& why it's more closely aligned with "sickcare") Trepidation among health professionals to discuss weight in a conversation about preventative health The relationship between food and health (and how this impacts everything else we do in the name of "self-care.") Redefining our current understanding of self-care Plus, three ways to recession-proof a wellness brand, including: Focus on your unique value proposition (intentionality) vs. ideology Provide services and/or products that eliminate barriers to behavior change Provide opportunities for customers to build meaningful connection Thanks for listening to The Business of Wellness with Jaclyn London, MS, RD. __
Does the thought of managing pregnant patients with Type 1 Diabetes give you the chills? In this episode, Colleen is joined by Lemma Brown, a Registered Dietitian, mother of two, and type 1 diabetic herself, who shares her invaluable personal and professional insights to ensuring a healthy pregnancy . Lemma Brown is living proof that it's possible to have a healthy baby while managing this chronic condition as she provides us with a trimester-by-trimester blueprint for pregnant diabetics. Today, you'll learn:How first trimester hormones often lower blood sugarTips for navigating blood sugar with morning sickness Why the second trimester can sometimes feel like a walk in park but, preparation for insulin resistance is keyStrategies, like food pairing, to control third trimester blood sugar spikesThe importance of avoiding over-simplifying nutrition You won't want to miss the end with Colleen's Nutrition Notes segment where she reveals 3 of the most frustrating nutrition recommendations that make dietitians cringe. This might be a gut-check for some of you, but it's crucial to tune in. You definitely don't want to be the one spreading misguided nutrition advice to your patients. *** Grab your FREEBIE here! ***Click here to download for FREE!As a thank you for tuning in today, I want to give you my free guide: How to STEER Your Patient Conversations!I understand the struggle when a patient unloads a laundry list of concerns during an appointment. It's overwhelming, time-consuming, and finding the right direction in the conversation can be like searching for a needle in the haystack. You're busy, running behind schedule, but you want to be empathetic, helpful and ensure that your patient feels heard and understood. With this framework, you'll learn how to guide the conversation effectively, ensuring your patient feels valued and understood, while addressing the most crucial issues. No more chaotic, meandering appointments that leave you both frustrated. Instead, you'll build a strong rapport, understand their concerns and help them feel confident in your care. Yes! I need this!Connect with us on Instagram! ============================= Exam Room Nutrition IG: ➡︎examroomnutritionLemma IG: ➡︎ @type1diabetes.nutritionist
Dietitian and scientist Dr Flavia Fayet-Moore chats about digestion and all those delicious foods and drinks that can wreak havoc on it, and what to do about it. WANT MORE FROM DR FLAVIA? To hear today's full interview, where she discusses how to eat and drink your way to a healthier gut…search for Extra Healthy-ish wherever you get your pods. You can follow her on Instagram and X @drflavs, see her site here or check Foodiq global here. WANT MORE BODY + SOUL? Online: Head to bodyandsoul.com.au for your daily digital dose of health and wellness. On social: Via Instagram at @bodyandsoul_au or Facebook. Or, TikTok here. Got an idea for an episode? DM host Felicity Harley on Instagram @felicityharley. In print: Each Sunday, grab Body+Soul inside The Sunday Telegraph (NSW), the Sunday Herald Sun (Victoria), The Sunday Mail (Queensland), Sunday Mail (SA) and Sunday Tasmanian (Tasmania). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Okay, so you all have a way that you work with your patients and clients one-on-one, you've just never mapped it all out. So your brilliant file cabinet of a brain pulls out a folder here, opens this drawer, moves this one handout out…that's what you're doing constantly in your brain. Instead of doing that over and over again, what if you could dump out that entire file cabinet and take all those file folders and all those pieces of paper and all those tools in your toolbox and all the pieces that you use and put them into a streamlined step-by-step system? That's what you're gonna do with your program.” Tune in as Stephanie Clairmont walks the path to discovering the best duration for your tailored digital health courses, looking into taking content usually covered in one-to-one sessions, and creating an efficient system that ensures your clients receive comprehensive and personalized guidance. Whether your program lasts six weeks, 12 weeks, or even longer, the focus is on evading redundancy and offering extra support to your clients. It's time to strike that balance between time, content, and the type of content to bring about successful outcomes for your clients. Key Topics: “How long should my program be?” (00:52) How Much Content You Have (04:55) How Long do People Have to Work with You to Get a Result? (07:37) The Kind of Content (11:04) Wrap-Up (15:45) Join us for our FREE 5-day workshop: Find Freedom with Online Health Programs Happening December 11-15 at 12:00pm EST Daily In this free workshop, you'll learn how to develop digital programs, what tech is needed and how to setup an automated sales system for your established practice. You'll make a plan for a fulfilling career that also allows you to work less with private patients, while making more. Go to LeverageYourPractice.com to register! If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy: Ep. 233 Will an Online Program Work for My Practice? Ep. 234 Which Type of Program is Best for My Private Practice? Ep. 244 5 Online Health Programs You Can Launch in Your Private Practice By January 2024
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Ready to unlock the power of nutrition to manage your diabetes better? Fellow Type 1 Diabetic and Dietitian Kelly Schmidt is back for another episode. Kelly takes a holistic approach to nutrition, she believes that our health is largely influenced by what we eat. We venture into the world of whole foods, decoding food labels, and the need for informed choices about our meals, especially with Thanksgiving just around the corner. Show Notes: Use Code SLWDxBF15 for 15% offMore Than A1C Coaching ProgramThe Diabetes Nutrition Master CourseThe Diabetes Performance JournalThe 5-Pillars Of Diabetes Success WorksheetJDRF TypeOneNation Summit - February 4th Come and hear Kelly and I speak on living with diabetes! Check Out My Previous Episodes With Dietitian Kelly Schmidt:Diabetes Vulnerabilities - #135Debunking Diabetes Detox Myths - Episode #130Manipulating Your Blood Sugars During The Female Cycle - Episode #123The 5-Pillars to Healthy Blood Sugars - Episode #119Gut Health w/T1D Dietitian - Episode #117Food Sensitivities - Episode #72The Expert Dietitian Series - Part 3 - Episode #44The Expert Dietitian Series - Part 2 - Episode #40The Expert Dietitian Series - Part 1 - Episode #35Why Is Nutrition Important in Diabetes? - Episode #9*Reach out to Kelly and mention the podcast for a 10% discount on products. Don't forget to click on that subscribe button and leave a 5-star review on any platform you listen to the podcast, so you're notified when new episode drop. Questions about diabetes, don't hesitate to reach out:Instagram: @thehealthydiabeticpodInstagram: @coachk3nTwitter: @thehealthydpodTik Tok: @thehealthydiabeticpodFacebook: @Simplifying Life With DiabetesEmail: email@example.comPodcast Disclaimer: Nothing that you hear on The Healthy Diabetic Podcast should be considered medical advice or otherwise; please always consult your medical TEAM before making any changes to your diabetes management.
The lymphatic system is made of vessels that moves fluid called lymph back into the blood stream, and it is vital to our overall health. Think of it as the body's garbage disposal, therefore, we want this to be functioning properly! Today we are providing tips on how to support the lymphatic system so we can feel great and age well.Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #LymphaticSystem
In this episode I share a little update about what's going on in my life! ;) Yes, my cat really did flood my kitchen... and it's been pretty awful (and comical!). Learn more about how we can work together: www.katiedodd.com
Plant-Based Nutrition From Birth Through The Senior Years Join us as renowned dietitian Brenda Davis, R.D., delves deep into the journey of plant-based nutrition from birth through the senior years. She sheds light on essential nutrients, debunking popular myths, and providing practical advice to meet nutritional needs at every life stage. Get ready to embark on a comprehensive guide to vegan diets and longevity! #BrendaDavis #PlantBasedNutrition #HealthyLiving Disclaimer:Medical and Health information changes constantly. Therefore, the information provided in this podcast should not be considered current, complete, or exhaustive. Reliance on any information provided in this podcast is solely at your own risk. The Real Truth About Health does not recommend or endorse any specific tests, products, procedures, or opinions referenced in the following podcasts, nor does it exercise any authority or editorial control over that material. The Real Truth About Health provides a forum for discussion of public health issues. The views and opinions of our panelists do not necessarily reflect those of The Real Truth About Health and are provided by those panelists in their individual capacities. The Real Truth About Health has not reviewed or evaluated those statements or claims.
This episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition podcast is with former professional runner Alexa Efraimson. A high school phenom and one of the best junior runners in US history, Alexa signed a professional contract with Nike aged 17, and ran professionally for 8 years. Alexa shares the highs and lows that came with such early success, including challenges with confidence and comparison as an elite athlete. We discuss how athletics can be a vehicle for personal growth, and how that intersected her recent athletic retirement and future career in nutrition. Throughout her running career, weight and food became a constant and unhealthy obsession as Alexa fought to maintain her “fast” high school self. We hear how a lack of nutrition education and support hurt her mental health, as well as her food and body relationships. Alexa and I discuss the need for sports nutrition resources for all athletes, including working with sport-specific Registered Dietitians, and debunk myths around weight and performance. Now in grad school, pursuing a Master of Science in Nutrition and Nutrigenomics, Alexa wants to help athletes foster healthy relationships with eating and their bodies in her future career as a Registered Dietitian. In this episode we talk about: 8:00 Alexa's early running success: turning pro aged 17 as a high school phenom 13:45 Struggling with confidence and comparison 18:30 Personal growth and identity in athletics 21:40 Retiring from pro running; Losing the love for your sport 27:00 Alexa's challenges with her weight and diet 30:50 The lack of nutrition education as a pro runner; the importance of dietitians for athletes 38:00 Linking weight with performance 40:45 Alexa's future career in nutrition 45:25 End of the podcast questions We mentioned Female Athlete Nutrition podcast episode 23: Nancy Clark: Founder of Sports Nutrition: https://www.riseupnutritionrun.com/podcast/episode/30166805/23-nancy-clark-founder-of-sports-nutrition Follow Alexa on Instagram @alexaefraimson and me, your host Lindsey Cortes, on Instagram @female.athlete.nutrition If you find value in this podcast and would like to support the show, join our patreon community! Become part of our Fiercely Fit and Fueled community today, and receive bonus episodes, merch, monthly recipes, access to an exclusive community message board, and have the chance to ask Lindsey your questions and get a podcast shoutout, and more! Head to patreon today patreon.com/femaleathletenutrition Your support means a lot! Need help with your fueling? Want to get in touch with Lindsey? Interested in the Female Athlete System of Transformation? Head to www.RiseUpNutritionRUN.com to learn more & book a call! THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Previnex: https://www.previnex.com/ use code RISEUP for 15% off at checkout InsideTracker: www.insidetracker.com use code RISEUPNUTRITION for 20% off the entire store THIS PODCAST IS ALSO SUPPORTED BY: Orgain, head to www.orgain.com and use the code RISEUP30 for 30% off your first order. Repeat customers can use the code OA2203 for 25% off future orders. Practice Better Click the link below to view plans and get a 14-day free trial. Then use the code RISEUP20 for 20% off your first 4 months: https://practicebetter.grsm.io/runp Jen & Keri: https://jenandkeri.com/ use code RISEUP10 for $10 off your order
Ever wondered what's inside a functional nutritionist's supplement cabinet? That's what we're cracking open today! I'll share my journey, woven with pearls of wisdom on when and how to take them as well as specific brands I use.This is for informational purposes only, and should not be constituted as medical nutrition therapy. You'll learn my justification behind my routine, as well as some of the my quirks. Supplement strategies should be distinctly unique and tailored to individual needs. But remember, before you bolt to the nearest vitamin aisle, consult your healthcare provider.You can view my supplements and purchase others here:https://us.fullscript.com/plans/theedge-chris-supplement-routine I love this portal, since the products are safer and more effective with higher ingredient, storage, and shipping standards. They carry healthcare's best supplements and wellness products, which are shipped right to your door. You can stay on track with refill reminders timed and personalized to recommended dosages too. Plus, there's an additional sale from Nov 24-27 to take advantage of!Want to discuss your personal supplement strategy for health, wellness and fitness? Book an initial consult with us here, so we can do a full assessment, nutritional diagnosis, and intervention: https://p.bttr.to/36BRmRw Support the show
Tune in to this Dietitian Armchair Chat with Bob and Dina to hear their thoughts on how the holiday season impacts eating choices. They provide their insights on how to approach the season including viewpoints on stress eating, travel, social gatherings, routine, and digestion. --- Connect with us on IG and FB. This episode is brought to you by All Around Snack Co. which features tasty snacks that are low in added sugars, contain zero dyes, colorings or additives and help control blood sugar for steady energy levels throughout the day. Use code ISNPODCAST23 to save 15% on your purchase. Want to try the deltaG products to provide your brain another fuel source? Check out their products and save 10% by using the code ISNPODCAST and you'll also help support our podcast! Follow Bob on Instagram at @enrgperformance and Dina at @nutritionmechanic. Learn about Bob and Dina's nutrition and coaching services and programs at www.enrgperformance.com and www.nutritionmechanic.com.
Welcome to another exciting episode of the Bizzimumzi podcast with your host, Ashley Verma! This time, Ashley is thrilled to welcome a very special guest, Emma Shafqat, who crossed paths with Ashley through the magic of Instagram. Emma is not only a Paediatric Dietitian but also a fellow allergy mom who has navigated the challenging world of fussy eating with her daughter, Olivia. In this episode, Emma opens up about her incredible journey from graduating with a first-class honours degree in Dietetics and Nutrition to becoming a dedicated Dietitian. She currently wears multiple hats, working for the NHS, in special needs schools, and running her private clinic, all focused on children's health. Emma's passion shines through as she helps children and their families overcome a wide range of dietary issues. Ashley and Emma kick off the conversation with a good laugh about the unique experience of going back to school after your 20s. While Ashley confesses her aversion to school, Emma shares her genuine enthusiasm, as it ultimately led her to her fulfilling career as a Dietitian. The heart of the discussion revolves around Emma's personal journey as a mom to Olivia, who faced severe reflux as a baby and later developed multiple food allergies. Emma vividly describes the moments of despair and concern as she saw Olivia arching her back in pain and dealing with the challenges of allergies. Listeners will be treated to Emma's valuable insights on dealing with fussy eating toddlers and discovering effective ways to communicate the importance of nutrition to children. From sharing language tips to discussing why broccoli can be just as yummy, Emma's expertise shines through. Emma's credentials speak volumes about her dedication to her profession, including being a Registered Dietitian with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), a member of the British Dietetic Association (BDA), and part of the Paediatric Educators' Special Interest Group. Her impressive background includes a first-class honours degree in Dietetics and Nutrition and receiving the Dietetic Subject Group Prize, among other achievements. Don't miss this enlightening episode where Ashley and Emma dive deep into the world of paediatric dietetics, allergies, and fussy eaters. Whether you're a parent or simply interested in nutrition and child health, you're sure to gain valuable insights from this conversation. Tune in to the Bizzimumzi podcast and join Ashley and Emma on their journey of discovery! For further details and information about topics discussed in this weeks show head here: https://www.allergyuk.org/resources/does-my-child-have-a-cows-milk-allergy/ To Book an appointment with Emma head here: https://dietitianwithadifference.co.uk/ To Follow Emma on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dietitian.withadifference/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today, we have the privilege of hosting Michelle Hurn, a registered and licensed dietitian, a seasoned long-distance runner, and an ultra marathon champion, conquering an impressive 44.63 miles in a six-hour time race. But her accomplishments extend beyond the running track. Michelle is a dedicated ketogenic lifestyle coach, guiding and empowering individuals to embrace a low-carbohydrate, high-protein, animal-based lifestyle.What sets Michelle apart is her holistic approach to wellness. She goes beyond dietary changes, aiming to help clients reverse chronic illnesses, including the formidable challenge of type 2 diabetes and more. Not only is she an advocate for health transformation, but she's also a prolific author. Michelle penned the compelling book, 'The Dietician's Dilemma,' delving into the intricacies of nutrition, and she has a brand new release titled 'The Fox Family Food Fight,' a children's book that we'll have the pleasure of discussing later on.Get Michelle's New Book here: https://amzn.to/3MUoPeZGet the Dietitian's Dilemma: https://amzn.to/47K00KDFollow Ketones and Coffee PodcastCall to action for listeners: Follow ketones and Coffee Podcast on Instagram ( https://www.instagram.com/keton.esncoffee ), Youtube ( https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsZZmBEenvZnU8tA1npAODA ), and Lorenz ( https://www.instagram.com/ketocoachlorenz ) for updates and new episodes.~~~~~~Estrella by Audiorezout is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.~~~~~~ Go to ketocoachlorenz.com and use the contact form to get your Free Consultation!Support the show
Collagen-infused smoothies, extensive 10-step skincare routines, and avocado masks—unraveling the secrets to vibrant skin can be confusing. Today, I am tackling the question. Can diet really impact the health of your skin?! I am chatting the various factors influencing skin health, key skin-boosting nutrients, and the top foods that might worsen skin. LISTEN UP! The Flourish Heights Podcast was made for women, by women. To be empowered in health starts with a true connection with your body. Join Valerie Agyeman, Women's Health Dietitian as she breaks through topics surrounding periods, women's nutrition, body awareness, and self-care. Stay Connected: Let's Flourish! BOOK 1:1 Virtual Nutrition Coaching: www.flourishheights.com/nutrition-counseling Is there a topic you'd like covered on the podcast? Submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org Say hello! Email us at email@example.com Subscribe to our quarterly newsletters: Flourish Heights Newsletter Visit our website + nutrition blog: www.flourishheights.com Follow us on social media: Instagram: @flourishheights Facebook: @flourishheights Twitter: @flourishheights Want to support this podcast? Leave a rating, write a review and share! Thank you!
In this episode, I welcome back Anna Ritan: an Accredited Practicing Dietitian & Nutritionist with over 12 years experience. Anna specialises in paediatric and neonatal nutritional therapy and dietary education and is also the creator of Nourish Little Lives. This episode is the first part of a 2-part series with Anna. This first episode is all about fussy eating in toddlers and children and the next episode is a Q&A section from our listeners. If you would like to learn more about Anna, visit her Instagram. Garmin Venu 3S This episode is brought to you by Venu® 3S, Garmin's latest hybrid smartwatch that is the perfect blend of function and style. Purpose-built with advanced health and fitness features, and the ability to make calls and send texts, the Venu® 3S is more than just a fitness smartwatch, it's your personal on-wrist coach there to support your every goal. It gives you detailed health and wellness insights, such as Body Battery™ energy monitoring, sleep coaching, a morning report, nap detection, stress tracking, a pulse ox sensor, women's health and pregnancy tracking, meditation, mindful breathing and even a jet lag advisor! With 30+ sports apps, animated workouts and a Garmin coach, you can train purposely and effectively. The Venu® 3S is built for how you move, it can track pushes and offers built-in workouts designed for wheelchair users. With up to 10 days of battery life in smart watch mode, Venu® 3S fitness smartwatch is able to give you a more complete picture of your health. Head over to garmin.com.au to find out more. Please subscribe and leave me a review If you enjoyed this podcast, please tag me and share it in your Instagram stories and leave me a positive rating or review in the purple Apple Podcast app (in the rating & reviews section underneath the episode lists). This really helps my podcast get prioritised by Apple and helps me disseminate evidence based information to the people that need it the most! Don't forget to subscribe to my podcast so you never miss an episode!
The bird's the word, but when we're talking turkey, what do all those labels REALLY mean? Peter Klaphake, a third generation turkey farmer from Minnesota, owns and operates turkey farms, a feed mill, and crop farming businesses. He's also a current board member on the Minnesota Turkey Research and Promotion Council. “Our birds are never raised with added hormones or steroids. In fact, it's illegal,” explains Klaphake. And while he goes into great detail on labeling, antibiotics, and what he wish consumers knew about raising turkey, he is deeply passionate about raising turkeys, despite all the challenges. “It is a very risky, demanding, and rewarding profession,” says Klaphake. “We either have to love what we do, are completely nuts, or a bit of both!” Listen in and learn more about how this lean, nutrient-dense protein makes its way to your table. For more information, visit Klaphake Feed Mill.
Today we're talking all things gut health with Tara Durden. Tara is a bestselling author (Quantum Wholistic Healing™: Awaken Your Journey) and a Functional Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist specializing in women's health. She has dedicated herself to guiding and supporting hundreds of women who struggle with hormonal and digestive issues, using a functional and sustainable approach to optimize their overall well-being. Tara's story is even more inspiring because she discovered her true passion for helping others through nutrition after initially pursuing a career as a Speech Pathologist. It was during this time that the universe intervened, redirecting her path toward becoming an expert in nutrition. Tara's experience with chronic dieting and long-term use of birth control sparked within her the desire to heal not only herself but also empower other women struggling with similar issues related to hormones and gut health. By adopting a functional nutrition approach tailored specifically for her body, she successfully optimized both aspects of her well-being. Now feeling happier than ever before - even as she embarks on motherhood once again - Tara exudes boundless enthusiasm when assisting women on their journey towards feeling their absolute best. “Our body remembers the way we talk to ourselves. Our healing journey is going to take longer if we do not give ourselves permission to love ourselves and be okay with not being perfect. ” Learn more about Tara's journey to become a Functional Dietian. Find out how our gut health affects our overall wellbeing. Learn how your self-talk can affect your body and its healing process. Discover how to heal your gut health through food. Understand how healing your gut health can positively impact the rest of your life. Understand if you may be in need of a Functional Dietian like Tara. Connect with Tara Instagram: @nutritionwithtara_ LinkedIn: Tara Durden Website: www.nutrition-thyme.com Connect with Dr. Christine Manukyan www.storrie.co Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-christine-manukyan/ IG: https://www.instagram.com/dr.christinemanukyan/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/drchristinemanukyan Connect with STORRIE Institute™ www.storrieinstitute.com Email: email@example.com IG: https://www.instagram.com/storrie.institute/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/Storrie-Institute-104893301977544 Join our Facebook community - Energenics of Entrepreneurship https://www.facebook.com/groups/energeticsofentrepreneurship/ Connect with STORRIE Wellness™ www.storriewellness.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org IG: https://www.instagram.com/storrie.wellness/ Join our Facebook Community - Quantum Wholistic Healing https://www.facebook.com/groups/quantumwholistichealing
A Gluten Free PodcastEpisode 102 My guest on today's episode is dietitian & nutritionist, Marika Day. We'll talk about Marika's coeliac and pregnancy journey so far, overall health & nutritional tips for expectant mothers living with coeliac disease and call out some common myths associated with coeliac disease in relation to pregnancy. We'll cover: * Marika's coeliac disease diagnosis as a teenager & transition to gluten free life* Journey to becoming a dietitian and nutritionist * Marika's pregnancy experience so far and she is managing coeliac disease & the gluten free diet during this time * How women who are currently pregnant or looking to fall pregnant can optimise their nutrition & overall health when living with coeliac disease and following a gluten free diet* What Marika has planned for the future Links Follow Marika Day on Instagram & TikTok Marika's podcast about her coeliac disease diagnosis Join in the discussion on A Gluten Free Podcast Facebook Group Get in touchYou can find me on Instagram @a.gffamily or send an email to email@example.comYou can also find me writing a regular column for the Gluten Free Living magazine under the title Gluten Free Family released quarterly for Coeliac Australia members.DisclaimerThe content on this podcast is not a substitution for professional medical advice. It is the opinion and experience of the show host or guests. Please seek professional medical advice from a medically qualified professional before making any decisions about your health or diet.
Trying to land a new job as a dietitian can be challenging - from ghosted applications to dead-end interviews, and everything in between. In this episode of The Empowering Dietitians Podcast, host Jess Romola shares her top 10 tips from her own dietitian job search earlier this year to help you feel more confident and less alone. If you liked this episode, you may also like... Confident Salary Negotiation with Stacey Dunn-Emke: www.empoweringdietitians.com/podcast/confident-salary-negotiation To learn more about Empowering Dietitians and the support Jess offers...visit her website at www.empoweringdietitians.com.
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As the number of NDIS participants in Australia rises, understanding the ins and outs of becoming an NDIS provider has become critical for dietitians. In this podcast, we sit down with Lina Breik, an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and registered NDIS provider. Lina shares what fuels her passion for the NDIS, including its profound impact on her practice and why it's a game-changer for dietitians. She also walks through the essentials to becoming an NDIS provider and the valuable lessons dietitians can learn from the success of other allied health professionals. For the shownotes: https://dietitianconnection.com/podcasts/dietitians-roadmap-ndis-provider-success/ 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.
This is a topic that comes up a lot with our patients, so we wanted to dive a little deeper and share our perspective on the consumption of diet sodas.Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #Dietsoda
Michelle Hurn, RD, is a returning guest on our show! Be sure to check out her first appearances on our podcast on episodes 80 and 150 of Boundless Body Radio! Michelle Hurn is a registered dietitian with over a decade of experience as a clinical, acute care dietitian, lead dietitian in psychiatric care, and outpatient dietitian. While practicing inpatient and outpatient care in the hospital setting, Michelle discovered a disheartening connecting between the high carbohydrate, low fat, “sugar in moderation,” nutrition guidelines she was required to teach, and the rapidly declining health of her patients. Michelle is the author of the book, The Dietitian's Dilemma: What would you do if your health was restored by doing the opposite of everything you were taught?, detailing how the current nutrition guidelines came into existence and advocating a low carbohydrate, animal-based way of eating as an option for individuals struggling with diabetes, mental disorders, eating disorders, sarcopenia, and heart disease. As an endurance athlete, she discovered the many benefits of low carb eating. Michelle won her first Ultra-Marathon in 2020, covering 44.63 miles in a 6-hour time frame.Find Michelle at-IG- runeatmeatrepeathttps://thedietitiansdilemma.net/TW- @michellehurnrdAmazon- The Dietitian's Dilemma: What would you do if your health was restored by doing the opposite of everything you were taught?Find Boundless Body at- myboundlessbody.com Book a session with us here!
Welcome to another episode of the Period Recovery Podcast!This week, I am joined by Brittany, a previous client of mine, to share her story! Graduating from my coaching program in the summer of 2022, she has now recovered her period for a solid year! Brittany retells her story of how she lost her period discovering HA and gaining it back while breastfeeding.In our chat today, we brought up specific points to think about when it comes to period recovery:Being a Crossfit Coach going through a Period Recovery There are so many different and confounding factors that go into why we can lose our periods and one of them can be upbringing; it doesn't have to be something physically said, but it can also be picked up by words their parents say or their actions, etcIf you don't want to change or fix something, don't go into coaching - this way, you aren't wasting resources for someone who does actually want to change or fix something about themselvesThe sooner you start to try and recover your period, the sooner you can move onEnjoy this episode!Cynthia Apply for coaching w/Cynthia: https://p.bttr.to/3ybjfOb Website: https://www.periodnutritionist.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/period.nutritionistFor the full show notes - please visit my website: periodnutritionist.com
Kathrin Hamm is the CEO & founder of Bearaby, a sustainable, beautifully crafted & hyper-functional weighted blanket that's designed to promote better sleep quality & longer sleep duration. We discuss: A personal quest for better rest: How it led her to exploring the world of textiles & consumer products, and how Kathrin's role at the World Bank influenced her founder's journey The triumphs and challenges of developing a DTC product: What she wished she'd known sooner, and where she found small wins along the way Product design & technology vs. brand & marketing: Kathrin's preference for one vs. the other, and what she's learned about both in launching Bearaby Defining sustainability & functional design for today's consumer: What she's learned thus far, and what every/all founders in similar spaces and sectors of the wellness industry should know about developing and scaling a consumer product in 2023 and beyond Trend forecasting: What's ahead in the wellness industry for 2024+
Women going through menopause will often find themselves struggling to manage weight in the same way they previously did. Many will start doubting whether or not fat loss is even possible anymore after a certain age and will question if menopause is the culprit. So what is the truth? Is menopause a fat-loss inhibitor? Can you still lose weight during menopause? This is a very nuanced and complex topic but I will aim to provide some key general insight that may relieve your confusion and/or provide some ignition for moving in the right direction. In this episode, I share some key insights into the relationship between menopause and fat loss as well as some considerations you need to have to approach this with strategy and clarity. ____________________________________________DOWNLOAD MY FREE MACRO NUTRITION CHEATSHEET Your Guide To Improving Your Macros & Food Knowledgehttps://theclimbingdietitian.lpages.co/macro-cheatsheet-the-climbing-dietitian/Apply for 90-Day Macro Sherpa Program: https://bit.ly/395QmGsCheck out and SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2Mxqs4WEmail me: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo find me on socials:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theclimbingingdietitianTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theclimbingdietitianFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/theclimbingdietitianTwitter: https://twitter.com/beardyAPDLink to blog: https://bit.ly/330ULq4Check out my website for more information on me and what I do:https://www.theclimbingdietitian.com.au
At least 2/3rds of Americans are overweight or obese. This is a crisis causing unnecessary disease and death. It's also causing our health care costs to skyrocket, costs paid for by you, the taxpayer. In short, obesity has ramifications across our society. And, with the relentless rise of calorie-dense fast food, the crisis is getting worse. Luckily, there are solutions. Deepa Deshmukh, MPH,RDN,CDE,BC-ADM, is an award-winning dietitian and nutrition specialist with a very specific and proven method to drop the excess pounds. In 2020, Deepa was recognized as one of the Top 10 Dietitians in the country by Today's Dietitian Publication for her innovative approach to health and wellness. So, if you've got a problem with your weight, now is the time to learn and implement solutions. The good news? You do not have to sacrifice taste. For more info. visit: https://nutritionistdeepa.com/
Cory Ruth is a Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist, and women's health expert...and I absolutely adore her! Cory is the founder and principal of The Women's Dietitian, a private practice and digital platform for women seeking nutrition support for hormone imbalance, PCOS, fertility, and weight management. She specializes in PCOS and nutrition therapy for infertility and assisted reproductive technology. Cory is also the creator of the successful online programs The PCOS Boss Academy and Get Pregnant with PCOS. Cory has also launched her PCOS supplement and protein powder line called Vita-PCOS to help women with PCOS symptom management. She also recently launched her podcast, The Imperfect PCOS Podcast! Through all of these avenues, she has helped countless women on the journey to hormone balance, weight loss, and fertility. If you or someone you know has struggled with the above, like I have, you have to follow her! Follow her on Instagram here for helpful tips, updates, and delicious recipes!
In this episode, I chat with media expert and dietitian Amy Gorin all about why you should be media certified! Visit www.katiedodd.com to register for Amy's upcoming webinar and to learn all of the ways we can work together.
Join Emily Merrell on the Sixth Degree Podcast as she engages in a candid and enlightening conversation with Anna Bohnengel, a fertility dietitian and the founder of Fertility Nutritionist. Discover how Anna's journey into the world of fertility nutrition and her personal struggle with infertility led her to become a passionate advocate for empowering women on their fertility journeys. Listen as Anna shares her professional insights into endocrine disorders and polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), shedding light on the impact of over-exercising on women's cycle health. Gain valuable knowledge about lifestyle factors that can improve pregnancy outcomes and postpartum recovery.Anna's own experiences with fertility challenges and miscarriage compelled her to establish her private practice, where she now offers a step-by-step approach for women seeking to take control of their fertility journey. Tune in to this heartwarming episode to gain valuable insights into fertility nutrition, empowerment, and the importance of advocating for better guidance and options for women on their path to motherhood.What you'll Learn:Anna Bohnengel shares her personal fertility journey, highlighting the challenges she faced in becoming a fertility dietitian and founder of "Fertility Nutritionist."Anna opens up about her struggle with infertility, including the lack of guidance and information she received from doctors.The discussion delves into the misconception surrounding fertility issues, with many assuming that IVF is a guaranteed solution.Anna emphasizes the need to understand the underlying causes of fertility issues, advocating for a more holistic approach to women's health.The podcast covers the "Fertile in Five" process, a step-by-step approach that addresses foundational lifestyle changes for improved fertility.Anna highlights the significance of blood sugar balance in hormonal health and encourages women to listen to their bodies and tap into their intuition.The conversation touches on how traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic medicine take a holistic approach to women's health and fertility.Anna offers advice for women at different stages of their fertility journeys, from those starting to track their cycles to those considering IVF alternatives.The podcast concludes with a discussion on the importance of cycle tracking and finding suitable apps for the process.To learn more about Anna Bohnengal, visit her website fertility-nutritionist.com and follow on instagram at myfertilitynutritionistSign up for The Sixth Degree Membership! By becoming a member, we're getting more intimate than ever! Get the Membership now! Check our past episodes of The Sixth Degree podcast! Remember to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Frances Largeman-Roth is a registered dietitian, nutritionist, New York Times bestselling author, and nationally recognized nutrition and wellness expert. On this week's episode, we talk about her new book - Everyday Snack Tray - your go-to guide for creating colorful, flavorful, nutritionally diverse, fun boards and trays for every occasion. Frances is a proponent of a balanced, plant-forward lifestyle and loves helping people make healthy eating fun.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support The Feedfeed by becoming a member!The Feedfeed is Powered by Simplecast.
Whether it's for a holiday weekend or work, we wanted to share tips to help you stay the best version of yourself while you're travelling. Everything from snacks, lifestyle hacks, supplements to take on the go, and more!Can't get enough FUNC YOU UP!? Follow @michellemiller_msacn, @kbova_nutrition, and @physiologicnyc for more functional nutrition and health. In the meantime, leave us a review on iTunes, follow us on Spotify and share! FUNC YOU UP! is a Physio Logic wellness podcast covering the best in wellness, nutrition, and functional medicine in twenty minutes or less with hosts Michelle Miller, Functional Nutritionist, and Kendra Bova, Functional Medicine Registered Dietitian. https://physiologicnyc.com/func-you-up-podcast #IntegrativeNutrition #FunctionalMedicine #Travelhacks
EatWell Exchange: https://www.eatwellexchange.org/ Nourish Through Nutrition: https://www.nourishthroughnutrition.com/ Jasmine is currently working as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist residing in Raleigh, North Carolina. She believes in a realistic approach to improving nutritional habits for a better quality of life. Her interest in nutrition blossomed from health problems dominating her and her family's life but could have been corrected through preventive diet measures. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition Dietetics from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and her Master's Degree in Nutrition Education from Rosalind Franklin University in Chicago. Jasmine is a registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, and the Co-founder of EatWell Exchange Inc. a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with the primary goal of bridging the gap in health outcomes by guiding communities in making positive life-long changes while respectfully maintaining their culture. They provide community outreach and various culturally relevant nutrition programs geared toward preventing chronic diseases. They work with communities that are considered food aparteids by helping their local gardens gain support which will increase access to healthier foods in those areas. EatWell Exchange partners with nonprofits, businesses, organizations, and schools to reach various low-socioeconomic populations. Jasmine has a consulting company, Nourish Through Nutrition, teaching about diabetes, mindful eating and making behavioral changes. She emphasizes making changes around their lifestyle while also debunking food myths, helping people develop better relationships with their food and making healthier food choices that are sustainable and last a lifetime. As a media dietitian she has been featured on many local and national media outlets such as Today's Dietitian, WFLA Tampa, Philadelphia channel 17 , NBC Miami and many more.
❤️ Get your FREE Hypothalamic Amenorrhea Recovery Checklist here: https://sarahlizking.com/hypothalamic-amenorrhea-recovery-checklist/ ❤️ Check out Healing HA, my signature program for period recovery: https://sarahlizking.com/healing-ha/ In today's episode of Holistic Health Radio I'm joined again by Stefanie Valakas, an expert fertility dietiitan & nutritionist and founder of The Dietologist. Stefanie and her virtual practice are dedicated to excellence in nutrition for reproductive health concerns, fertility & pregnancy. Her passion for nutrition in this space has truly grown from her experience helping her clients online from around the world and also through her own personal experiences of navigating a diagnosis of endometriosis. In this episode we cover all aspects of recovering your periods post partum and answer your most commonly asked questions about the return of your menstrual cycles after giving birth including: 1. Is it common for periods to be delayed or irregular post-partum? 2. How long does it typically take for menstrual cycles to normalise after childbirth? 3. Could breastfeeding be affecting the return of my periods? 4. Are there any specific factors that might delay period recovery in post-partum women? 5. How can I differentiate between lactational amenorrhea and hypothalamic amenorrhea in my post-partum period? 6. Are there any specific markers or signs that can help identify the cause of amenorrhea after childbirth? 7. What role does breastfeeding intensity and frequency play in lactational amenorrhea and its impact on menstrual recovery? 8. What steps can I take to support my body in regaining regular menstrual cycles? 9. Is it possible to regain periods naturally without compromising breastfeeding? 10. What dietary and lifestyle factors might influence post-partum amenorrhea? 11. Could exercise or physical activity affect the return of my periods? 12. Are there any red flags that I should be aware of when it comes to post-partum health and menstrual recovery? 13. Should I consider seeking medical advice if my periods haven't returned after a certain amount of time? 14. What is your approach to tailoring nutritional recommendations for individuals who are simultaneously navigating lactational amenorrhea or hypothalamic amenorrhea after birth? You can learn about how you can work with Stefanie and The Dietologist team below: Website: www.thedietologist.com.au Instagram @the_dietologist and @endo.dietitian Facebook Pages: The Dietologist and The Endometriosis Dietitian Facebook Group: Fertility Friendly Food Podcast: Fertility Friendly Food Trying to Conceive Whilst Breastfeeding with Lana Hirth APD – Fertility Friendly Food Episode 105: https://thedietologist.com.au/podcast-ep/trying-to-conceive-whilst-breastfeeding/
Discover the hidden connection between your hormonal health and financial well-being in this enlightening episode of the Money Mindset Podcast. Join us as we dive deep into the world of perimenopause with our expert guest, Vandghie, a qualified dietician specializing in women's hormonal health. Uncover the surprising impact of perimenopause on your finances and explore practical steps to regain control. From brain fog to low energy, we'll discuss how these symptoms can disrupt your financial journey and share actionable strategies to navigate this critical phase in life. Meet Vandghie! Vandghie qualified as a Dietitian in 2008 and started specialising in women's hormonal health after battling imbalanced hormones through perimenopause. For 5 years, multiple doctors and specialist visits and lots of frustration, she reverted back to the research to find the answers for herself. This research radically changed her health in a very short space of time and she's gone on to support women through perimenopause with her podcast, The Perimenopause Podcast and digital coaching programs. She's passionate about helping women to make their 30s and 40s their best decades yet by learning how to Thrive Through Perimenopause, without prescription drugs and restrictive diets. “Let this be the day where you realize what I've been going through is not normal. The fact that it's common or it's common in my family doesn't mean it has to be my normal and these things that I can do about it to change this. I think that's the big thing. And then trying to pay attention to your body and then finding someone that specializes in women's health, functional health, in other words, not treating with medicine but helping you to support your body for healing itself. Find someone that can do this with you, give you the education that you need and support you through that process.” - Vandghie Timestamps: 00:00 - Introduction to perimenopause and its impact on finances 03:04 - Meet Vandghie 04:46 - The importance of understanding perimenopause 06:38 - Recognizing the signs and symptoms of perimenopause 10:31 - Understanding hormonal changes 12:41 - The connection between hormonal health, financial habits, and motivation 17:21 - Practical tips for addressing hormonal imbalances 21:01 - Seeking support and understanding the limitations of traditional medical care 23:32 - Final words of wisdom 24:28 - Vandghie's book recommendations 25:45 - Upcoming free masterclass: Best Kept Secrets To Regaining Control Of Your Hormones & Body Through Perimenopause Ready to get organized so you can stay on budget this holiday season? With the FREE Budgets Made Easy Holiday Planner you can easily get organized so you can save money this year! Go to www.leads.budgetsmadeeasy.com/holiday-planner/ to get your planner today. And if you enjoyed the podcast today and got some great takeaways, I'd really appreciate it if you followed the Money Mindset Podcast so you don't miss out on future episodes Book Recommendation: * Ignite Your Life by Barry Meguiar Resources and Links Mentioned: * Free masterclass - Best Kept Secrets To Regaining Control Of Your Hormones & Body Through Perimenopause: www.vandghie.com/secretsa * Holiday Budget Planner: https://leads.budgetsmadeeasy.com/holiday-planner/ Connect with Ashley: * Instagram: www.instagram.com/budgetsmadeeasy Special Guest: Vandghie.
A Nutritionist and Dietitian duo, Carmen and Carly help women unlock the clarity and confidence they need to nourish their bodies holistically and age-proof their health while creating a simple and sustainable plan for feeding their family. In today's conversation, they give actionable tips for moms to help them level up and not get stuck in the stress and anxiety of everyday life. They love to help moms revolutionize their systems to get more organization and structure in their lives. We talk about the freedom of planning and how they have an incremental process for elevating women one meal at a time. I hope you find this conversation as insightful and empowering as I did! Enjoy!Get their snacks list: 365 Days of Nutrient-Dense Snacks for Busy, Health-Conscious Moms. That's an entire year of healthy snack ideas—done for you! Find them online:www.radiantknowing.comIG: https://www.instagram.com/radiantknowingConnect with all the PTE Podcast recipes hereSign up for a free trial: plantoeat.comContact us: email@example.comConnect with us:InstagramFacebookPinterest
In this episode, I share a sneak peek of my Beyond the 9 to 5 Coaching Course (the new edition being released this year!). Tune in to hear my story of how I went beyond the 9 to 5. Sign-up for the course WAITLIST: www.katiedodd.com
Lisa is joined by Jessica Cording, the author of The Little Book of Game Changers: 50 Healthy Habits for Managing Stress & Anxiety.Jessica Cording, MS, RD, CDN, INHC is a registered dietitian, health coach, and author with a passion for helping people simplify their wellness routine by building sustainable healthy habits. Through her writing, consulting, public speaking, and counseling, she works with individuals, corporations, and the media to help make drama-free healthy living approachable and enjoyable. She is the author of The Little Book of Game-Changers: 50 Healthy Habits For Managing Stress & Anxiety and the upcoming The Farewell Tour: A Caregiver's Guide To Stress Management, Sane Nutrition, and Better Sleep (Viva Editions). She also runs the Drama-Free Healthy Living podcast and has recorded guided meditations for Simple Habit. She also has created educational content for CARAVAN Wellness. Cording is a part of the mindbodygreen Collective and a frequent contributor to various media outlets such as Forbes, SHAPE, and more. Additionally, a big believer in the mental and physical benefits of exercise, she is a certified Pilates mat instructor. BOOK DESCRIPTION:Dietician and health coach Jessica Cording provides anyone burdened with stress and anxiety with the encouragement to make life-changing improvements one small step at a time.For anyone burdened by stress and anxiety, just the thought of trying to make a positive life change can feel utterly overwhelming. Wanting to live a healthier life may sound easy, but what about the time needed for meal prepping? What about the added meal plan costs to your budget? Do you have to wake up at dawn to take that meditation class? When you are surrounded by stress, it's all too easy to completely derail yourself . . . with more stress. Life is hard enough--the road to a stress-free life should feel easy!Dietitian and health coach Jessica Cording is here with one simple solution: focus on healthy living for your real life. Just like you, she doesn't have time for a step-by-step plan or a one-size-fits-all, gimmicky solution to all your stress- or anxiety-related health and wellness problems.Cording's short, simple, no-nonsense advice will help you make healthy choices to improve your eating habits, sleep, energy levels, mentality, and exercise routines. These 50 mind, body, and spirit hacks will dial down the drama and find workable ways to nurture health and wellness when life gets real.Cording's insight and experience will have you laughing, rolling your eyes along with her, and exclaiming "Aha!" more than once. This book is for anyone and everyone who wants to chill the heck out and feel a little--or a lot--better. Watch out health and wellness goals--we're coming at you with some game changers!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5948889/advertisement
We had a brilliant chat with Dr Stephanie Pirotta about PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) and the role of lifestyle interventions to manage the chronic illness. This episode was meant to be aired before the PB Endo Conference, where Dr Pirotta presented a wonderful talk, however Lori's life was crazy and she just couldn't pull it together and get it out there in time. Apologies! But this episode is such a great listen. Dr Stephanie Pirotta is an accredited Dietician, Nutritionist and Researcher - She has a PhD in PCOS and doing post-doctoral work at Monash University in the space of diet, PCOS, endometriosis and fertility. Stephanie is the founder of Womanly Nutrition and Dietetics in Melbourne. Enjoy! Check out her research here: Publications
Pick a pumpkin - but what kind? A self-proclaimed Professor of Pumpkinology, John Ackerman is the owner and operator of the farm bearing the same name that has been in his family for over a century. And while you may hear “pumpkin” and think of the jack-o-lantern variety, he and his wife grow an astounding number of breeds. While Ackerman has opened his farm to the public each fall for the past 24 years, the long hours and devotion to his land are consistent throughout the off-season. Pumpkin season may be a given, but the weather can determine great fluctuations in the farm's income. A steward of his land, Ackerman shares his concerns with common misconceptions about farming practices. “While organic food is certainly growing in popularity, I have concerns that its production may be hard on the environment,” says Ackerman. Listen in for more reasons to eat a greater variety of pumpkins, how they're grown, and just how many varieties are available. Learn more about Ackerman and his farm at ackermanfamilyfarmsllc.com.