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The Fruitful Fifteen is a free and evidence-based health coaching show that can help you create your best, most healthy life. Jen and Sarah are health coaches with serious credibility who provide listeners with techniques, tools, and tricks for actionable change. Together, these two coaches show you how to make any 15 minutes the most fruitful in a journey toward healthy living!
 
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The size of a patient’s body is erroneously blamed for a lot of health conditions, but that blame is doubly true for patients in large bodies suffering with chronic pain, joint pain, back pain, and mobility issues. Weight stigma doesn’t end at the doctor’s office if physical therapy becomes part of the care plan, and the patient is shuttled from on…
 
On this episode, we discuss the latest pharmacotherapy recommendations for asthma management based on the 2021 GINA guidelines. We review the various medication options as well as compare and contrast the different options for rescue/maintenance therapies. We also discuss the use of biologics in patients with worsening asthma and evidence of type-2…
 
Are people addicted to food in the same way that substance abusers are addicted to drugs? This is an ongoing debate and clearly an area of scientific research with much more discovery yet to come. However, is the urgency to define food addiction just another attempt for the diet industry to “fix” something that isn’t broken? Or it is going to be a …
 
Deciding to ditch diet culture is not a singular event, but an ongoing process. It is a common obstacle to feel, at the very last minute, that maybe all those years and decades of dieting offered you something worthwhile… and maybe you aren’t ready to completely leave it behind. This week’s episode is about the top five aspects of dieting that keep…
 
There is a distinct slant in the diet culture narrative which “whitewashes” both the cultural differences, food accessibility issues, and taste preferences of non-white cultures. Many of the programs and meal plans in diet culture are marketed to a very singular, and very closed-minded demographic. My guest this week, Safiyya Suleman, is an anti-di…
 
On this episode, we compare and contrast the various formulations of hormonal contraceptive options. We discuss some clinical pearls that are important for selecting the best option based on a patient's specific comorbidities and symptoms during her menstrual cycle. We then provide some examples of cormorbidities and explain the process for selecti…
 
The origins of the BMI are very dark and super screwy, and in my previous episode #16 – I explained a good deal of the history. Today’s episode is a great follow up conversation to look at where we are now with BMI. How is this discriminatory and antiquated number driving the diet culture bus? After listening, you will more fully understand the Hea…
 
On this episode, we discuss medication safety during pregnancy. We start by listing common teratogens to watch for in patients that are currently pregnant or trying to become pregnant. We then review the preferred treatment options for common disease states in patients that are currently pregnant. The list of common pregnancy/lactation references w…
 
Have you ever questioned whether or not incorporating vitamins or nutritional supplements would be a valuable add to your health regimen? This one’s for you! The global supplement industry is behemoth, but that doesn’t mean it is necessarily right for every person. In this episode, Maggie will walk you through 3 key questions to ask yourself or you…
 
You can’t spell diet culture without the word “cult”… and I’m not so sure that is just a coincidence. On this episode, we are going to talk about the collective toxicity that results when participation in health and nutrition culture becomes prohibitively exclusive and an all-consuming venture for many who participate. Are you truly viewing diet cu…
 
On this episode, we revisit the topic of managing acute coronary syndrome. We review some background information and differentiate between a STEMI, NSTEMI, and unstable angina. We then review the inpatient treatment algorithm for each. We close by discussing the follow up including the length of dual anti-platelet therapy. Thanks for listening! If …
 
Diabetes is a complicated condition without the influence of diet culture, and when patients with diabetes are urged to track and record and micromanage their food intake – intuitive eating can seem like an impossibility!This week’s guest is not only a non-diet, HAES aligned dietitian, but is also a Certified Diabetes Educator, and Erin Phillips is…
 
On this episode, we are joined by MUSC forth year PharmD student, Matthew Brock. We review a patient case that covers multiple co-morbidities. We start by discussing the patient's COPD management and the recommendations from the 2021 GOLD guidelines. We then review low dose rivaroxaban with lose dose aspirin in patients with PAD. Then, we talk abou…
 
We have lots of negative sentiments attached to emotional eating, but does that have to be true? Maybe there’s a reason we associate feelings and food, and maybe diet culture is exploiting our native programming for a quick buck. In this solo episode, Maggie discusses the science and the psychology behind our struggles with emotional eating and sug…
 
On this episode, we do a deep dive into hypertension management. We discuss the various medication classes, and then go into the pharmacotherapy algorithm. Once again we’re excited to partner with freeCE for our listeners claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for this episode! Listeners will have the opportunity to claim 1 hour of home-study c…
 
On this episode, we do a deep dive into hypertension management. We discuss the various medication classes, and then go into the pharmacotherapy algorithm. Once again we’re excited to partner with freeCE for our listeners claim ACPE-accredited continuing education for this episode! Listeners will have the opportunity to claim 1 hour of home-study c…
 
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Swathi Varanasi to review adaptogens, nutraceuticals, Ayurveda, and other elements of Integrative Health. We also discuss the upcoming webinar series called Integrative Health 101 that she developed along side Integrative Health expert, Dr. Pam Tarlow. More information about the upcoming webinar is below: https…
 
I see you. Every morning trying on another outfit from 2019 that doesn’t fit… and every day hearing diet culture tell you it is your fault. Today’s episode is for you. Let’s have some honest talk about our bodies changing over the pandemic, and let’s have some honest talk about which of those thoughts are rooted in a diet culture narrative. We are …
 
Part of the problem with diet culture is that the only type of health even considered is physical health (and not well considered, at that). In this guest episode with Jill Pentangelo, board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, we bring up some of the mental health issues associated with diet culture and what restoration of whole…
 
If you are on the tail end of decades of dieting, overwhelmed with conflicting nutrition information, hungry, fed-up, and downright at your breaking point with eating, health, and body image – this episode is for YOU! Maggie normalizes your experience and shares a little insight as to how we ended up here… and most importantly, four tactics to claw…
 
It’s one thing to recognize a Diet (with a capital “D”)… but is it possible you are still participating in the wellness diet and pseudodieting? It is probably more common than you think! On this episode, Maggie makes clear how the diet industry has hijacked the wellness culture and gives you some practical questions to identify if you are stuck in …
 
On this episode, we discuss treating community-acquired pneumonia. We start with the outpatient treatment options based on the 2019 IDSA CAP guidelines. We also discuss managing a patient that has been admitted. We review some reasons to use more broad-spectrum empiric therapy, and close by mentioning the new Prevnar 20 vaccine. We want to thank th…
 
I’m not alone! This week I am featuring a conversation with another physician and public health expert who works exclusively in a HAES-aligned practice model, Dr. Michelle O’Brien.We chat about her incorporation of Brene Brown’s teachings on vulnerability and shame into her clinical work, and how she came to be a HAES physician without even knowing…
 
On this episode, we discuss the utilization of injectable medications in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. We compare and contrast the different GLP-1 receptor agonists as well as the various insulin products. We review some dosing strategies for both basal and prandial insulin. We also go over the use of a sliding scale. Listeners can claim ACPE-a…
 
Is it a challenging conversation to address weight discrimination? Yes. Does that mean we can avoid it? No. In this episode, Maggie highlights the two parallel conversations that we need to participate in – at the individual level and at the societal level – so that all of us can peacefully co-exist in a world where body liberation is possible for …
 
On this episode, we revisit the acute and chronic management and treatment of atrial fibrillation. We review the various rate-controlling and anti-arrhythmic medications used. We also discuss long term anticoagulation therapy to prevent stroke risk. Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers…
 
Maggie is back with a NEW list of her top ten most commonly asked anti-diet questions that she gets from listeners and her audience. Ten questions, two-minute answers each… you are in for a rapid-fire style treasure chest of information! In this episode, we talk about the cravings for “junk” food, the desire to change your body, how to find a weigh…
 
On this episode, we are joined by TJ Parkman, PharmD candidate 2022 to discuss the management of pediculosis and pthiriasis. We compare and contrast head, body, and pubic lice. Then, we review the medications used to eradicate the lice infestation. Thanks for listening! If you want to support the podcast, check out our Patreon account. Subscribers …
 
If you have ever started the process of letting go of diet rules, you know that “food freedom” is not always 100% comfortable, and often there is anxiety, fear, or confusion when you find yourself trying to eat without a rulebook for the first time. Intuitive eating is a process that takes practice to be well established, and going through this cha…
 
On this episode, we are joined again by MUSC P4 students Mary Alison Burch and Bernard Best to discuss a fairly complex patient case. This patient has end-stage renal disease, diabetes , hypertension, dyslipidemia, and hepatitis C. If you want to follow along with the labs and treatment plan, visit https://www.corconsultrx.com/handouts to download …
 
Trauma and diet culture very much have a “chicken and the egg” relationship. One on hand, many people use their relationship with food to avoid the emotional injury of personal trauma. Yet, on the other hand, the pervasive cultural messaging to control our size is a source of ongoing trauma for all of us. In this episode, Liz Childs, Certified Trau…
 
On this episode we review the treatment and management of opioid use disorder (OUD). We discuss some background on the opioid epidemic as well as some physiologic changes that are seen with long-term opioid use. We also talk about the diagnosis and work-up of a patient with OUD as well as the three medications used to treat OUD. We close with some …
 
In this episode, Maggie uses a specific example of an “obesity” treatment which is under review at the FDA to highlight how weight stigma and diet culture colors our healthcare from top to bottom. The science that you are consuming is not as squeaky clean as you may hope. However, this conversation is for everyone, in any body, so that we can incre…
 
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