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A podcast celebrating innovation, food and life in the health and wellbeing industry. Join your hosts Eliza Khinsoe and Branavie Ranjithakumaran as they chat to guests (and each other!) about all things important in having a meaningful career in food, nutrition, and dietetics. New episodes every second Friday!
 
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It’s the final episode of season two! Today we’re checking in with ourselves, each other, the state of the world and the things we’re into, featuring a cute cameo from Eliza’s foster cat, Ralph. Thanks for coming to the party fam, we’ll miss ya but will be back in your ear holes soon! In the meantime, hit us up on insta - @thepantryparty to stay up…
 
This episode, we chat about how learning through people is just as important as a formal education. We discuss 3 main areas - mentoring relationships, peer relationships, and respecting, understanding and utilising lived experience. We talk about the good, the bad, the changes through time, and more! There’s no What’s In Season this episode because…
 
In this episode, Bran and Liza discuss the skills developed throughout uni and beyond. We unpack the different learning opportunities after graduating, and the importance of centering lived experience in our work. Just here for what’s in season? Skip to 45:00 --- THINGS WE MENTIONED Intro to the non-diet approach: https://www.openlearning.com/healt…
 
Today’s part 2 of our chat with Laura Thomas! If you haven’t listened to part 1 we’d highly recommend you go back to get a bit of context.Laura is the director and founder of the London Centre of Intuitive Eating, host of the incredibly successful Don’t Salt My Game podcast, and author of the book Just Eat It: How Intuitive Eating Can Help You Get …
 
Centre of Intuitive Eating, host of the incredibly successful Don’t Salt My Game podcast, and author of the book Just Eat It: How Intuitive Eating Can Help You Get Your Sh*t Together Around Food. She is passionate about inclusive, trauma informed, and person-centred care for all bodies using various skills to help support clients in recovery from d…
 
For the second half of season 2 we’re taking a deep dive into how our values have shaped our careers (and vice versa), and how to actually put this into practice. In this episode we’re chatting about how our identities and what’s important to us has changed over time, as people and as clinicians, and how this evolved over throughout higher educatio…
 
Here for your ears is a big ol’ life catch up! We get real deep and meaningful about how we’ve changed since we started the podcast, and also talk about all the things we (mainly Bran) have been consuming over the last fortnight. Enjoy! --- BOOKS “Adults” by Emma Jane Unsworth “Radical Compassion” by Tara Brach ARTICLES Stop calling coronavirus “Th…
 
Today Bran and Liza are exploring work/life balance, self care and routines, and finding uplifting and supportive practices during these weird times. Look after yourself pals!JOIN US LIVE ON INSTAGRAM THIS SUNDAY 26/04 11am UK time & 8pm Melbourne time! Check out the post on Liza’s page for details. ---SCREENS Bon Appétit https://www.youtube.com/us…
 
Firstly: this is not a COVID-19 related episode. Both of us want to keep our podcast anxiety-free when it comes to that side of things, but we do want to give our listeners our best wishes and hope you are staying safe and at home in this unpredictable time. In this ep, we talk about how society and culture has affected and can affect nutrition and…
 
In this ep, we intended to talk about self-care and getting that work-life balance going...but it turned into how society and the system really doesn’t help us achieve that and be the healthiest versions of ourselves. There are a few big words so here are some definitions and resources for more information: Maslow’s hierarchy of needs: https://en.w…
 
Today we’re exploring the dos and don’ts of social media in the healthcare industry. Here are the articles we mentioned:Daily Mail article: “Exposed: How NHS doctors are making thousands of pounds by plugging BMWs, deodorant, sun cream and snacks on Instagram”: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-7981869/NHS-doctors-making-thousands-plugging…
 
Ready to have a long catch up with your two favourite dietitians that don’t quite know what they’re doing? Then listen to this ep. FOODLindt CREATION Divine Hazelnut: https://www.lindt.com.au/shop/creation-divine-hazelnut-ausCarman’s Honey, Vanilla & Cinnamon Gourmet Porridge Sachets: https://www.carmanskitchen.com.au/our-products/honey-vanilla-cin…
 
Huge, huge, huge thank you to Caitlin Preyser and Ross Davidson for so generously donating their time and talents to the pod! You're both incredibly busy humans and we are so darn grateful that you guys were happy to lend a hand to our corner of the podcast world. For those who want to get in contact for any music or editing inquiries for Ross or f…
 
We chat with food creator extraordinaire, Melanie Lionello. Mel is the brains behind “From My Little Kitchen”, formerly known as Naturally Nutritious - extremely successful on Instagram and through her website (linked below), is a university qualified nutritionist, holding a Bachelor of Human Nutrition and a Bachelor of Human Nutrition with Honours…
 
Today we have the pleasure of talking to great friend Simone Abley. Sim holds a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics and provides a positive reality check for new grad dietitians. We talk about why Sim went into dietetics in the first place; the ins-and-outs of having allied health professionals in the insurance industry; how your university course …
 
We had the pleasure of talking to one of Bran’s former lecturers, Liza Barbour. Liza lectured Bran in the area of public health nutrition and food systems. Liza (Barbour) completed her Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics, holds two Graduate Certificates (Diabetes Education, and International Health), a sports dietetics qualification, Masters in Pub…
 
Ashlee is an art-psychotherapist and social media genius. We discuss all things weight and society, how health professionals can yield the power of social media to empower people to take control of their health, intergenerational health impacts, what art therapy is and more. New York Times Article “Smash the Wellness Industry” - https://www.nytimes…
 
Episode 7 brings you a chat with a nurse-turned-plant based foodie, Steph Schall! Steph is the wife of our old boss. This conversation with Steph gives us a huge insight on how hectic it can be running your own business whilst looking after a young family, why food is so much more than nutrients, and more. Here's where to find Steph! https://www.in…
 
Episode 6 brings you a chat to our former lecturer Claire Palermo. Claire has played a huge role in shaping how we both want to practice dietetics, planting the seed of the importance of social determinants of health and how to work in that capacity from day dot in our degrees. In this episode we chat about some not-so-typical nutrition and dieteti…
 
In today’s episode, we’re chatting to our good friend Tess Handrinos. While the rest of the cohort was struggling to meet assignment deadlines, Tess and her hubby Alex had another due date in mind, welcoming their beautiful daughter Emilia in late 2016. After a short but well deserved break from her studies, Tess went on to complete her Bachelor of…
 
Here is part two of our conversation with Dani Galvin! As per our last episode, Dani is an online fat activist, sharing her lived experience to those in the webisphere. In this episode we call out a lot of taboo topics so here's your official warning - there are a lot of strong opinions coming your way! We discuss the following topics and more: Bod…
 
This week’s Pantry Party brought us to Cairns in Queensland to visit Danielle Galvin! Dani has created a weight-inclusive, supportive community online through sharing her lived experience. In the first of 2 episodes with Dani, we discuss the practicalities and problems with being a fat person in the medical community, ensuring that lived experience…
 
Have you ever wondered what it’s like working in the food industry? We have a chat to food industry nutritionist and good friend, Roxanne Tan. Rox has completed her Bachelor of Nutrition Science AFTER a Bachelor of Commerce (yeah, wow right?!). She is currently working at a large food industry supplier as a nutritionist in a role that is able to co…
 
Get to know your hosts Bran and Liza to get this party started! THINGS WE'RE LOVING:Podcasts: She's On The Money, She's All Fat podcast, Food Psych with Christy Harrison, The High Low Books: "Everything I Know About Love" by Dolly Alderton (book)Bran's "Why the non diet approach?" blog posts:Part 1: https://www.arebrandedlife.com/food-1/2019/3/5/wh…
 
Here's your official invite to the Pantry Party - a podcast that celebrates innovation, food and life in the health and wellbeing industries! Hit the play button to get a sneak peak of the party to come. Your hosts are Eliza Khinsoe and Bran Ranjithakumaran, two Melbourne-based dietitian/nutritionists (APD/AN). Find us at: • @thepantryparty • www.t…
 
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