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Dietitians have a lot to say about nutrition, food, and health. Join host Heather Caplan and her registered dietitian (RD) peers as they talk shop, share their philosophies, and keep it real with you. Discussion topics include weight-inclusive nutrition and dietetics, intuitive eating, sports nutrition, career paths, and more.
 
This show serves women fighting food obsession, disordered eating and diet culture, and helps you ditch the diet and find food freedom for good. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Amanda Lambrechts shares personal and professional insights as well as interviews guests about eating disorders, body image, body acceptance, gentle nutrition, Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size®, authentic living, and self-care. Throughout the episodes, Amanda offers tips on how to combat your intrusive diet th ...
 
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Let's talk about the biases that will, and do, pop up in anti-diet work! Let's talk about unearned privileges—how they influence anti-diet work. And let's definitely talk about trickiness of navigating a shifting RD identity, because it happens to many folx who are doing this work. This episode is a glimpse into the nature of Group Discussions and …
 
This episode features a panel of registered dietitians: April Hackert, Megan Kniskern, and Tammy Beasley. These three dietitians co-authored the Revised Standards of Practice (SOP) and Standards of Professional Performance (SOPP) for Registered Dietitians in Disordered Eating and Eating Disorders, published by the Journal for the Academy of Nutriti…
 
This episode explores four common myths and misperceptions about the non-diet approach and intuitive eating. These are four things that have popped up with my supervision group recently, and I hope chatting about these things helps you too. Enjoy! BIPOC Resource: Sign up for the Anti-Racism Processing Group led by Shelby Gordon and Whitney Trotter …
 
Bri Campos LPC, joins us again on the show to talk about how dietitians can provide body image counseling within our scope of practice. We talk about what is and isn’t in the scope of the dietitian’s practice when it comes to providing body image support, what to consider for your practice and services, what we mean when we say “holding space for,”…
 
Haley Goodrich RDN, CEDRD-S joins me on the show to chat about what clinical supervision looks like for dietitians, some ways it can be helpful, and some real talk about how it is or isn’t accessible. We also address how you can find a supervision relationship that might be good for you and what various supervision options bring to the table. Enjoy…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the LAST episode on this podcast series of questions! This time, we address some recent diet culture atrocities, answer some big FAQs about non-diet nutrition, and bust some myths along the way. Enjoy! Resources mentioned: Anti-Diet RD Group Supervision only…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the fourth episode on this podcast series of questions! On this episode we address the question, “What IS weight inclusive care?”. We talk about how weight inclusive care differs from the norms of healthcare, weight stigma, and…how weight management is an ex…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the third episode on this podcast series of questions! In this episode, we dissect the question, what is intuitive eating? We pull back the big veil that social media often has on the words “intuitive eating.” It is much more than a set of principles, AND we…
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for the second episode on this podcast series of questions! Here, we talk about what it means to be “anti-diet”, and to align with this paradigm in the dietetics field. You might feel like you’re seeing “anti-diet” everywhere, but what does it really mean? What …
 
Jessi Haggerty, registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, joins me for a podcast series of questions! In this episode of the series, we totally deconstruct diet culture, why it matters, and how to recognize it in all its sneaky tactics. For example, most recently diet culture decided to slap “Intuitive” in front of fasting, try…
 
Rosie Mensah MPH, RD joins us on the show to give us the real talk on anti-oppression work, launching a course, and being flexible in your experiments. On this episode we also talk about Rosie’s new course for dietitians and RDs2Be, CEDAR (Culture, Equity, Diversity, and Race). We talk about why she created it, what she is teaching fellow dietitian…
 
Bri Campos LPC, aka @bodyimagewithbri (on Instagram and TikTok), gives healthcare practitioners the real talk about body image, secure attachments, and self-esteem. We talk about what body image is and isn't, her own body image process and how it influenced her work, and the influence of body image on our behaviors, lifestyle, and even career choic…
 
Esther Tambe MS, RDN, CDCES joins us to talk about how she opened up her weight-inclusive private practice during a global pandemic. We talk about the behind the scenes pieces of business ownership, how Esther invested in herself throughout the process, how she delegated work, and how she is doing today with her practice. Resources mentioned: Regis…
 
178: Media Tips from an Anti-Diet Journalist Christine Byrne, anti diet journalist, and RD2BE, joins us on the show today. Christine and I dive into the complexities of getting anti diet information into the media. We talk about her experience pitching stories, how weight stigma shows up in the industry, and how the media is evolving. Resources men…
 
Fiona Sutherland wrote a book and she is here to talk about it. Vitamin A to Z is "mini book" that is not lacking on punch. Fiona herself describes it as "Namaste meets WTF". By balancing sensibility and edge Fiona lets her readers experience a new set of Vitamins that will help bring yourself back to your body. In this episode Lori speaks with Fio…
 
Alissa Rumsey MS, RDN joins this episode to chat about her new book, “Unapologetic Eating”! We dive into why she wrote the book, more about the process, and what she learned along the way. This episode is sponsored by Eat Well Connect! Eat Well Connect is a free platform for nutrition professionals that provides bi-monthly newsletters and continuin…
 
This is the first in the RD Real Talk “Anti-Diet Supervision” series! Tabitha Fithian, a graduate student at Virginia Tech, and RD2Be, joins us to get some supervision...about supervision. She asks questions about how to start thinking about supervision, how to begin to understand our own personal biases as we begin this work, and more! This episod…
 
Tina Laboy joins us on the show today from Austin, TX. She holds many certifications—RD, LD, CEDRD-S, CPT—and is the owner of her group practice, TLB Nutrition Therapy, which is what we’re talking about today! On this episode Tina and I chat about all the nitty gritty details of how she built a group practice (a great feat), what she started with, …
 
On today’s episode we are talking about taking your business from Part-Time to Full-Time, a BIG goal that many of you shared with me via an IG poll recently. This episode is all about how to build your business foundation, tangible things that will actually help you grow, and how to set some “Imaginable but Feels Unattainable” goals (big shout out …
 
It's time for a conference that centers around diverse stories, people, and lived experiences. It’s time for a conference that is less about academia and more about the actual people the data is talking about. By sharing our stories we let people know they aren’t alone. Stories create a connection to the material that no amount of data or graphs wi…
 
In this episode you’ll get three tips on staying in this anti-diet work for the long run. Because it can feel like a long process, and there is no destination! So much of this work can be fatiguing, frustrating, challenging...and of course, so rewarding, and so necessary. We’re going against the status quo, and that alone can feel like a struggle. …
 
REPLAY: A favorite episode from this year, The psychology of intuitive eating with Elyse Resch MS RDN CEDRD-S. Intuitive Eating Series Intro! Elyse Resch, MS CEDRD-S, is one of the co-authors of the book, Intuitive Eating: A Revolutionary Anti-Diet Approach. This is the 4th edition of the book, co-written with registered dietitian Evelyn Tribole. T…
 
Today on the podcast you’ll hear the audio from the recent WIND webinar with Jessica Jones MS, RD, CDCES, co-founder of Food Heaven. This episode covers the origin story of Food Heaven, how Jess transitioned her practice into weight inclusive approaches, and how that translated to the brands Food Heaven, and what Jess and Wendy cover on the Food He…
 
Mckenzie Caldwell MPH, RDN joins us on the show today. She is a Charlotte, NC-based dietitian and owner of the private practice Feed Your Zest Nutrition and Wellness. On this episode we talk about how Mckenzie decided to focus on weight neutral care to birthing parents along the spectrum of trying to conceive, fertility, pregnancy, complications wi…
 
Clara Nosek, MS RD, joins this episode to talk about all things parenting, working, and finding what works for you. Clara is an anti-diet dietitian, with a mission to inspire reconnection with the body through decolonized health and redefined beauty standards. You may know Clara as @yourdietitanbff on Instagram, where she’s the queen of memes relat…
 
It's not easy being "new" in the Anti-Diet, Weight-Inclusive spaces, but we've all been there at some point! This episode provides my 4 tips for RDs and RDs2Be who feel new to this work, and maybe a little stuck. Yes, I've been there, too! These tips represent an outline for my NEW Anti-Diet RD Support and Supervision course! Registration is open N…
 
Rachael Hartley is a private practice dietitian and author of the upcoming book, Gentle Nutrition. In this episode we are talking about her new book, coming to the world on February 23, 2021! We also talk about what might happen when we talk about gentle nutrition first, how this concept is the foundation for non-diet work, and also how hard this t…
 
Sherene Chou is a plant-based dietitian focused on creating a more equitable and sustainable food system. On today’s episode we talk about Sherene’s career change from tech to dietetics, her activism work’s roots, the Academy-approved #dietitiansforblm campaign, how to start in activism and policy work, and enacting change from within. This episode…
 
Katherine Metzelaar, fellow anti-dietitian joins us on the show today to talk about all things Emotional Eating. Because we’d love to totally rethink and redefine “emotional eating”, as we work on reclaiming the phrase from diet culture. We also discuss the difference between holding a brave versus safe space, and how that shows up in this anti die…
 
This is a solo real talk episode, laying out the many ways in which "weight management" is an expression of weight stigma. This one may feel a little uncomfortable, but discomfort is often part of growth and change. I'm here for it. (And I was there with you, a few years ago!) Thank you to Jennifer McGurk's Pursuing Private Practice resources for s…
 
Dawn Anderson, RD2Be, career-changer, weight-inclusive practitioner, and trained culinary professional, joins us to talk about a lot of things. We discuss life as a dietetic intern during a global pandemic, the challenges of changing careers and pursuing dietetics (i.e. the ways in which this system is designed with many gates), and her experiences…
 
Whitney Trotter RN RD is here to talk about the ways we must start revolutionizing eating disorder care, to do no harm when caring for marginalized identities. Whitney is both a registered nurse and registered dietitian, an anti-diet practitioner, and an advocate for social justice reform in eating disorder treatment. We talk about how her work has…
 
Sammy Previte is an anti-diet dietitian and co-owner of the private practice, Find Food Freedom™️. Sammy believes that all humans deserve fair, unbiased health care regardless of the size of their body. On this episode Sammy gives you the real talk on lessons learned as a thin/white dietitian, setting social media boundaries, building a private pra…
 
Glenys Oyston RD, co-host of the popular podcast Dietitians Unplugged and author on DareNotToDiet.com, joins us for a fun and feisty conversation. She gets real about her reaction when clients say, “But my doctor told me to lose weight!” and stays candid about the ways she brings weight loss desires and goals into her client conversations. We talk …
 
Abby Chan MS RD is a fellow sports nutrition enthusiast, bringing anti-diet work to both dietetics and the fitness industry. In fact, she built her own body-inclusive fitness space with her spouse, focused on reducing body and weight stigma while helping folks move in ways they want to. Abby holds nothing back when she talks about how the fitness i…
 
The first real talk in real time episode of 2020! Welcome to the chaos. CW: Mention of eating disorders and levels of treatment. In this short n' sweet chat, I'm elaborating on Eating Disorder (ED) treatment, and how someone might need another round. Many folks I've worked with and met over the years have had an experience with treatment in the pas…
 
We're back! I'm back. The mic has been dusted off. It feels good to be talking to you again. And, since we last talked, things have changed. So, let's start there. This episode dives into three major changes you can expect from RD Real Talk in the coming weeks and months, and we'll see how it goes. 1) More real talk about current events! 2) Co-host…
 
In Episode 19 of Spilling the Beans, we talk about diet culture in the Latinx community. I chat with Dalina Soto, MA, RD, LDN about standards of beauty and body diversity across culture, why it's okay to change your mind about nutrition concepts, and how she helps women go back-to-basics with nourishing their bodies. Links Mentioned: Intuitive Eati…
 
In Episode 18 of Spilling the Beans, we are covering Weight Bias in Healthcare. I chat with Lori Brown, RDN, about weight bias and what it is, examples of weight bias in healthcare, how weight stigma can worsen health, and how Lori has experienced weight bias in the healthcare setting herself. This was an eye-opening conversation that I am glad you…
 
In this episode Beth and I talk about gasterointestinal health and how GI RD's should be screening for eating disorders, eating to make your body feel good and we ask why are there WW points and calories on menus? Bio: Beth Rosen, MS, RD, CDN is a non-diet Registered Dietitian and the owner of Goodness Gracious Living Nutrition. Beth has a Bachelor…
 
In Episode 17 of Spilling the Beans, we cover the subject of navigating the transition to motherhood. Amanda chats with Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC about her personal journey with an eating disorder, some of the challenges that mothers face today, why transitioning to motherhood can be both a beautiful and challenging thing, the societal pressur…
 
Gina Mateer, RD CEDRD, and Heather are teaming up (along with Tina Laboy) to bring the TEDD-WIND Inclusivity Conference to life this Fall (2020). On this episode, they talk about Gina's introduction to non-diet and weight-inclusive care through Eating Disorder counseling, and how Texas Eating Disorder Dietitians (TEDD) was formed. They share some r…
 
In Episode 16 of Spilling the Beans, we cover Principle 10: Honor Your Health with Gentle Nutrition. Amanda chats with Megan Miller, MS, RD, CD about how to know if you're making food choices for health or diet reasons, why knowing the intention behind food choices is important, misconceptions about nutrition for PCOS, and so much more. Links Menti…
 
Amee Severson RD helps us bring this series to a close as we finally talk about the very nuanced principle, gentle nutrition. This principle is how it all comes together, though it’s not seen as often on Instagram and the like. We dive into what “gentle nutrition” means, who it’s accessible for (or not accessible for), and how nutrition isn’t alway…
 
In Episode 15 of Spilling the Beans, we cover Principle 9: Exercise - Feel the Difference. Amanda chats with Heather Caplan, RD about how to tell if you have have an intuitive relationship with exercise, whether you can follow a training plan and still be intuitive, some of our own stories about our journey with exercise and so much more. Links Men…
 
On this episode of the Nourished Circle we speak to Christyna Johnson, RD Christyna Johnson is a registered dietitian based in Dallas, Texas specializing in eating disorders, disordered eating, and intuitive eating. She practices from a weight inclusive, HAES (r)-informed, social justice framework. She loves to help her clients find their passions …
 
Kara Bazzi, LMFT and co-founder of Opal Food and Body Treatment Center in Seattle, WA, joins us for a discussion about intuitive movement. There's a lot to learn about what needs are met through movement, exercise, and sport. And, how we can learn how to meet those needs in other ways. Interested in discussing your thoughts & questions from this ep…
 
In Episode 14 of Spilling the Beans, we cover Principle 8: Respect Your Body. Amanda chats with Dr. Nancy Ellis-Ordway, LCSW, PhD about trends she has seen over the course of her career, body acceptance vs. body love, what you can find in her book, and so much more. Links Mentioned: Intuitive Eating book * Intuitive Eating Workbook * Dr. Nancy's We…
 
Intuitive Eating Series, Principle 8. Fat-Positive Counselor Dr. Maria Paredes joins us to talk about a key component to rejecting diet culture: respecting your body. This principle of intuitive eating brings it all together, as a reminder that learning to truly honor our body’s physical and emotional needs may feel like a radical act in today’s cu…
 
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