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Whether you are just starting out in the field of eating disorders or a seasoned, wise clinician, everyone needs support, guidance and advice once in awhile. Welcome to dietitian seasonings and therapist reasonings, hosted by therapist Meredith Riddick and dietitian Jill Sechi, eating disorders specialists supervisors with A Collaborative Approach. This podcast is intended to support, educate, and validate clinicians in the eating disorders field; emphasizing the team approach as best practi ...
 
This Podcast Burns Fat is the dedicated resource to helping you create lasting weight loss while optimizing your health. Loaded with cutting-edge interviews from the top experts in weight loss and weight management, This Podcast Burns Fat provides you with actionable and simple information to help you move forward and stay on track with your weight loss. It is our mission to help people make sense of the plethora of complex nutrition and science, including the conflicting information that is ...
 
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Everyone is looking for a magic pill when it comes to weight loss. No one gains all of their weight overnight, so the expectation to lose all of those unwanted pounds overnight is unrealistic. So despite the fact that the magic pill doesn't exist, there are a few powerful products that can really jumpstart weight loss: spices! To talk about the spi…
 
Season 6 of You Won’t Believe What I Ate Last Night is off to a healthy start. Kate and Rick share the meals they had over the holiday and how they worked to stay healthy in a tasty holiday world. From a braised dish to an Indian snack, a classic roast to a Maryland tradition, there is lots of flavor. Amchur and jiggery -- that’s right, you heard c…
 
As we settle into our new year, the topic of mindset often comes up. The belief that we can achieve what we put our minds to is crucial when we set out to conquer our goals. So how resilient do we need to be? How bad do we need to want it? There isn't anyone better to teach us this perspective than Amberly Lago. Amberly joins the show to inspire us…
 
Drew Manning became a household name a decade ago when he chronicalled going from a super fit trainer to gaining 70 pounds on purpose in order to understand the bouts his clients went through to lose weight. He shedded those unwanted pounds and shared what he learned from that experience in his best selling book Fit2Fat2Fit. So what is Drew doing f…
 
Dear Followers: This will be the last podcast of Dietitian Seasonings & Therapist Reasonings......we have served our community for two years and are ready to close this chapter of our work in the eating disorder community. We hope this podcast was helpful in your journey in understanding eating disorders through the encouragement and process of sup…
 
I guess the one bad thing about love is the pounds that come along with it. Studies show that people in a new relationship average 17 pounds of weight gain! So why do we seem to gain weight when we settle down? To show us why this happens and how to prevent it, we invited Nancy Johnston to the show. Nancy is the author of Disentangle: When You've L…
 
Kate and Rick take you on a tour of the Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, Pa. From a mouthwatering grilled cheese sandwich shop, to a specialized condiment stand, to an exotic mushroom stall, they interview some of the people behind what is considered one of the greatest public, non-profit markets in America. The market dates back to 1693 an…
 
The kitchen is the key to any sustainable weight loss. It is the place where we make the meals that encourage our weigh loss goals.To do this, we not only have to stock our kitchen with the right ingredients, we have to learn how to make our favorite foods in a healthier way. To give us some tips to accomplish this, we invited Melissa Eboli to the …
 
Do you diet like a guru? Probably not. Simply because gurus don't diet. Gurus also don't use anything like food or alcohol to mask their emotions or numb their pain. The issue behind many of our weight problems tend to be that we use food as that support. They don't call it comfort food for nothing! To explain how to reshape our approach to our foo…
 
Kate and Rick continue with their favorite Trader Joe’s items in Part Two of Trader Joe’s Tips. Pick up some tips from these unofficial experts, who have tried so much of the TJ's stock. They cover frozen foods, dairy items, sweets, and snack sections. You'll also hear how they made tasty egg drop soup and a coconut peanut quinoa bake! . . . . . Yo…
 
Jill and Meredith review basics about digestive issues that one often sees when working with clients that are struggling with an eating disorder. There are some great podcasts that cover more in depth- stomach issues- which often clients want to focus on food to change or eliminate. Do you have clients with "IBS" or "constipation, diarrhea, or vomi…
 
We're back! Yes, right before Thanksgiving Day to boot! Today Jill and Meredith discuss countertransference. This information is from Lisa Ferentze. Check out her resources at the Ferentze Institute . Have you ever seen a movie or TV show that had a therapist role. Were they ethical? Would YOU do this in session? Lisa Ferentze discusses Wilson and …
 
The Covid 15 plus the Holiday 15 can quickly become the 2020-30! So we had to do an emergency podcast so that we can give you all the tips and tricks so that we can not only enjoy the Holidays, but keep off the unwanted weight. In this podcast, Lori and I share our secrets on how we navigate the holiday season while keeping our health a top priorit…
 
There's no debate that alcohol can put on pounds. When we drink, our ability to rationalize takes a back seat. So it's no surprise after a couple of drinks, we might see ourselves eating way more than we usually do. So do we have to stop completely drinking in order to lose weight? Not at all! To share this good news and show us how to manage our a…
 
Jill takes the stage this week to discuss the importance of understanding macronutrients. The current "diet" trend is for clients to be "counting macronutrients." What are macronutrients? What do you mean by "counting them?" Jill discusses the very basics of macronutrients. What they are and how they are described in nutrition and dietetics. She al…
 
How will you be celebrating Thanksgiving this year? Thanksgiving is the first of the major (indoor) holidays to be celebrated during the coronavirus pandemic, and it may look a bit different this year. Is your celebrations going to be traditional, modified, or solo? Whatever it is, Kate and Rick have some great ideas about how you can fill the day …
 
I don't know about you, but we are huge fans of the "For Dummies" book series. It is an excellent way to begin to understand complex topics in an easy way. So when we have the ability to have Rami Abrams, author of "Keto Diet For Dummies" on the show, we know that we are in for a treat. Rami, also the founder of Tasteaholics, joins the show to brea…
 
It's hard to argue against a ketogenic diet with all of the amazing research that continues to come out about it. Not only is lasting weight loss achievable, being on a keto diet has shown to have an amazing impact on a host of other issues including heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. Dr. Lori Shemek takes a step back from hosting the show to int…
 
Have you ever heard of a tiny, relatively unknown, highly specialized food chain called Trader John’s -- no, that’s not it. Trader Jane’s! Yes! That’s it --wait, no it’s not. Joe’s! Trader Joe’s! That’s it! Kate and Rick take you through their favorite items, and talk about what makes Trader Joe’s an exceptional choice for your shopping needs (and …
 
Meredith and Jill discuss the words one uses in conversation with clients and also in conversations between colleagues and professionally. What words are we talking about? For example saying "completed suicide" vs "committed suicide." Calories vs energy? How about "obesity" which is often referred to as the "O" word within the ED community. Listen …
 
The struggle to maintain a healthy weight is real. The most frustrating part, is that a majority of us have good intentions and put forth tremendous effort to live a healthy life. Yet we live in a sea of misinformation that impedes this very goal and we inevitably gain weight. To lead us through this vicious cycle, we invited Vinnie Tortorich to th…
 
Jill goes on a rant and Meredith goes in more detail about the importance of not crowd sourcing to get support with clients on social media. There are many issues about posting detailed information to seek consultation on difficult cases on social media platforms! What's available instead? Paid consultation with a supervisor (who you get to determi…
 
How sweet are you? Are you a fan of Diet Coke? Is honey your thing? If you can recall TAB this might be the discussion for you. Sweeteners provide the taste we may crave, but how healthy are they? If it’s natural or artificial, will it make a difference in your health? Kate and Rick talk about what they use and don’t use, and RDN and friend of the …
 
Living in a world with an abundance of food is a blessing. It is also a challenge. For many, food as nourishment or fuel is a concept that many people take for granted. By losing this, it is easy for us to use food as a tool to deal with our emotions in an unhealthy way. We invited Jessica Procini, founder of Escape From Emotional Eating, to the sh…
 
Meredith and Jill review higher level of care recommendations presented by the American Psychiatric Association guidelines. There are basically 5 levels of care ranging from out patient to inpatient. The chart helps reflect on key points to consider. As always, seek supervision or peer consultation when you need more support with the client or unde…
 
Looks can be deceiving. You would think that a person who became a 3-time Natural Bodybuilding Champion would fall into a category of a person who has optimized his health. But in Wade Lightheart's case, that would be far from accurate. Wade joins the show to share how he struggled with his health following the Mr. Universe competition, causing him…
 
We are reposting a past season episode as we are preparing for several new episodes coming down the pike! Meredith and Jill discuss the challenge of treating clients with eating disorders. How do you hold support and understanding yet also provide accountability during the eating disorder recovery process? If you have not heard this episode, listen…
 
Do you eat meat? Would you like to eat less in order to stay healthy in a tasty world? Rick and Kate break down the meat substitutes that over 79 million people used in 2019. Meat substitutes are no longer just for vegetarians and the butt of jokes for carnivores. They are one of the fastest growing segments of the food industry, enticing meat eate…
 
Jill takes the wheel this week with the focus of metabolism and how eating disorders effect the metabolism process of the body. Jill goes through very basic concepts of metabolism, function and how eating disorders can lower or "rev up" the body's metabolism (during refeeding). Is metabolism as simple as "calories in vs calories out?" Mmmmm, no. Li…
 
One of the worst things about dieting is that it requires us to pay a lot of attention to what we are going to eat next. And we all know that what we focus on, magnifies. This especially isn't a good place to be in when we may be inclined to emotionally eat. So to unpack some of the underlying issues that cause us to obsess about food, we invited T…
 
This is a bit of a somber episode. Meredith and Jill discuss their personal experiences losing a client or a client in their practice. How do you handle this as a clinician? As Meredith states "we build relationships with clients and we genuinely care about them." It makes sense they we will be affected by their passing or that may be worried that …
 
It still amazes us how our medical leaders to this day overlook the role of diet in treatment of the illnesses that plague society. What we eat plays a huge role in how we feel. So why would mental health be any different? Brett Lloyd joins the show to drive the importance of diet choices when dealing with mental health. He shares his journey of ho…
 
Gregg Clunis from the Tiny Leaps, Big Changes podcast joins Kate and Rick for a discussion about the small things you can do to cultivate bigger shifts in your life. Making meaningful and long term change can be one of the most difficult things to do, especially when it comes to staying healthy in a tasty world. In a world that requires adapting on…
 
Jill begins this episode with a client's letter to her ED. A letter of "goodbye." How do you know when to discharge a client or decrease frequency of appointments. Do you use your gut feeling? What behaviors are you hoping to see? Often in the ED field, clients are seen for a longer length of time. Now this may be more known from a therapist point …
 
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