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Hosted by award-winning Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Melissa Joy Dobbins, the Guilt-Free RD® - "because food shouldn't make you feel bad!" Join Melissa’s conversations with experts including researchers, academics, authors, dietitians and more as they delve into the science, psychology and strategies behind good food and nutrition. This podcast provides food for thought on a variety of topics ranging from fad diets to farming. Walk away with credible information to help you make your o ...
 
The Eat for Endurance podcast features Claire Shorenstein, NYC-based Sports Dietitian and running coach, and her nutrition tips for longevity in life and in sport. Through a combination of Nutrition Profiles featuring high performing athletes, interviews with fellow dietitians on their areas of expertise, and solo episodes on various nutrition topics, Claire hopes to inspire her listeners in their own training and fueling and demonstrate that there is no one-size-fits-all nutrition approach ...
 
Dr. Kecia Ray, Executive Director of the Center for Digital Education, speaks and consult widely on the use of digital technologies in K-12 and higher education. Her extensive travel gave rise to #whereskecia. The tag was adapted as the name for her podcast, in which Kecia discusses where she is today on issues of policy, practice and pedagogy in education and technology. She sometime deviates from the short-form podcast to interview other prominent players in the field on extended play epis ...
 
The Good Mood Podcast is a series of deep conversations about holistic mental health. I'm Dr. Talia Marcheggiani, ND, a naturopathic doctor with a focus in mood, mental health, and hormones. On this podcast, I've had a variety of lightly-edited, long-form discussions with health experts on topics surrounding: nutrition, body image, psychedelic medicines, herbal medicine, social justice, digestion, Polyvagal Theory, relationships and Attachment Theory, trauma, frontiers in counselling and psy ...
 
We're the Unversed Cast, a group of four misfits who talk about vidja games on the Interwebz! We talk about current gaming news, and also review games from popular series in retrospectives! We also read bad fanfiction in a segment we call Uncle Mike's Fanfic Corner! But most of all, we like to share laughs and observations together as friends.
 
The Nicolette Pace Show is a fun, engaging program about health, nutrition, entrepreneurship, and personal development. The show is hosted by Nicolette M. Pace MS, RDN, CDE, CBC,CDN, CFCS, FAND. Nicolette founded NutriSource Inc. (www.nutrisource.org) in 2002 to provide high quality education, counseling and nutrition services for a diverse community population. Prior to founding NutriSource Inc, she served as Director of Clinical Nutrition at the NYHQ/Silvercrest Center where she provided b ...
 
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Welcome to Episode 42 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, where I interview Sports Dietitian Lauren Antonucci, RDN, CSSD, CDE, CDN, on Nutrition for Masters Athletes. Lauren was a guest on my show back in 2019 to discuss fueling young athletes, so when I learned that she was in the midst of writing a book on masters athletes (anyone 35 and above, in …
 
Gut health and immune health are emerging as top priorities for overall health and wellbeing. With our immune system tied directly to our gut health, it is critical to ensure we are doing everything we can to support it. Most people have heard of probiotics, and perhaps even prebiotics, but there’s a “new biotic” on the scene - POSTbiotics. Tune in…
 
In this podcast Nic and I discuss healing philosophy, mental health and the brain, nutrition and how to raise a healthy family. I have so many patients who come in for help, and are set on transformation only to succumb to the overwhelm of making 3 separate meals: one for their kids, one for their partner and one for themselves. It's a losing battl…
 
It’s no secret that whole grains are good for us. Dietary guidance tells us to “make half our grains whole,” cereal boxes and bread bags tout their whole grain goodness, and news headlines repeat the message. But what about “the other half,” refined grains? Thanks to a misleading mix of media coverage, research, and dietary guidance, you’ve probabl…
 
Maresi Nerad Lucas Zinner In this episode Maresi Nerad and Lucas Zinner talk about the global trends in doctoral education, changes in the last years, the role of doctoral and graduate schools and why central offices are so important. Maresi Nerad is the founding director of the Center for Innovation and Research in Graduate Education (CIRGE) and P…
 
“From superfoods to clean eating, we are seduced by marketing pitches that inevitably fail to deliver lasting results.” – Jack A. Bobo Jack Bobo is the author of the book ‘Why smart people make bad food choices – the invisible influences that guide our thinking.’ He is also the CEO of Futurity, a food foresight company that advises companies, found…
 
This is a podcast about mental health. And while it may seem trivial, I suppose, hair loss is one of the most psychologically and emotionally upsetting symptoms that plagues the people who come into my office. Treating hair loss is also sometimes the bane of my existence. There are so many reasons why hair loss can occur, or why someone may deal wi…
 
Welcome to Episode 42 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring recreational triathlete, Kenny Brighton. This is my first Recreational Athlete Nutrition Profile since Episode 16 (!!), and I’m excited to bring you more episodes like this one in the months to come. Kenny and I first connected when he got in touch with me back in the Fall of 2019. H…
 
Cultural Competency is recognizing and forming ones attitudes, believes, skills, values and levels of awareness to provide culturally-appropriate, respectful and relevant care and education – Campinha-Bacote Model This episode explores the concepts and communication strategies within the context of, and beyond, cultural competency including cultura…
 
Is nutrition a confusing and sometimes shame-inducing topic for you? Do you read one headline after the next confused about coconut oil, bananas, red meat, or what foods are "good" and what foods are "bad"? The topic is daunting, so I created this solo episode, on the The Dos and Don'ts of Human Nutrition. You can hardly blame us. As someone who st…
 
Vandana Sheth is a nationally recognized and award winning registered dietitian nutritionist, certified diabetes care and education specialist, and author of the cookbook My Indian Table: Quick & Tasty Vegetarian Recipes. Tune in to this episode to learn about: The influences and inspiration that led Vandana to the field of nutrition and vegetarian…
 
Christina De Avila is a certified diabetes educator and naturopathic doctor. In this episode, we talk type II diabetes — how lifestyle is really at the core of managing this very common and chronic, often devastating, end-stage condition, and how to take a balanced approach to modifying one’s lifestyle: it doesn’t have to be an all-or-nothing Diet …
 
This is the first time since the 1985 edition that the Dietary Guidelines for Americans provide recommendations by stage of life, from birth to older adulthood, including pregnancy and lactation. It includes guidance based upon more age-specific needs, and the call to action, “Make Every Bite Count”, emphasizes focusing on nutrient-dense foods and …
 
I don't like treating weight loss. As a naturopathic doctor, my principles are to treat the root cause of disease, do no harm, and work with the healing power of nature. Most patients who want to lose weight expect to be put on a calorie-restricted diet and, frustratingly, calorie-restricted diets don't work. Most people enter a cycle of calorie (o…
 
Welcome to Episode 41 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite skyrunner, Hillary Allen. Hillary is such a fascinating, multi-dimensional person and athlete. In addition to establishing herself as one of the best mountain ultra runners in the world (hence her trail nickname of "Hillygoat"), she is a scientist and teacher, with a masters de…
 
Depression is a sneaky little bugger. Most people associate it with sadness--crying, etc. And yes, while sadness can be a common feature of depression, low motivation and activation, leading to something called "The Impossible Task" can be pretty universal as well. In this solo episode I highlight the features of the Impossible Task, explain why it…
 
This two-part podcast series addresses the science and social science of obesity with a goal of changing how we see, prevent and treat obesity by helping people with obesity see their weight and weight management differently, and helping physicians and other healthcare professionals gain a more robust understanding of obesity and talk with their pa…
 
This is an episode that originally aired on That Naturopathic Podcast, the famous ND podcast with host Dr. David Miller, ND (the Gut Gangsta, who appeared in one of the episodes on this pod, where we talk about the vagus nerve). TNP interviews NDs in our profession doing something a little different to give you a sense of what it's like to work wit…
 
Despite understanding the complexities of obesity and efforts to curb obesity, rates continue to rise. Our current approach is inadequate with a siloed and mechanistic healthcare system, polarized perspectives on body acceptance and diet culture, and a lack of knowledge or access to treatment options and improved outcomes. This two-part podcast ser…
 
“I was involved in ______ and then, the Pandemic hit...” how many of us have that story? I feel so so lucky to have had surfing in the last year. Something to get me out, give me purpose, exercise and community. Something that can be done outside at a distance, for relatively little money (once you have the gear, that is). I did a podcast with Quee…
 
Salt is the quintessential flavor enhancer, but it has a long history of being bad for your health. From hardening arteries to worsening bloating, doctors typically advise patients to limit their use of the salt shaker. Now, a new study is revealing what salt actually does to human cells which can make it unhealthy to consume. About Nicolette M. Pa…
 
According to sports nutritionist Nancy Clark: Food is fuel. Food is health. As humans, we are SUPPOSED to eat. Too many people try to "stay away" from food (especially "carbs") in their efforts to lose body fat. People need to know that food "works"; that what and when and how they eat matters in terms of enjoying high energy, feeling good, and per…
 
Victoria Sabo, registered psychotherapist is back for a second episode where we talk about surviving the lockdowns, this time part 2. We spent the last episode lingering in validation and acknowledgment of all the things going on during this past year with our mental health. Victoria talked about increased cognitive load, the "Covid Fatigue" charac…
 
As Ontario, Canada heads toward a third round of lockdowns, we're experiencing what Victoria Sabo and her colleagues call "Covid Fatigue". That low motivation, low-grade anxiety, indescribable feeling and set of emotions that characterize our response to over a year of this pandemic. Victoria and I met to talk about the issues that people are exper…
 
Avocados are a good source of dietary fiber and provide monounsaturated fatty acids, nutrients that have been independently connected to metabolic health benefits and the gastrointestinal microbiota. A recent study published in the Journal of Nutrition evaluated the impact of avocado consumption on the gut microbiota and microbial metabolites and e…
 
Ayan comes back on the Good Mood Podcast to talk Polyvagal Theory, trauma and dissociation. In our last episode together we talked trauma and how trauma lives in and impacts the brain. We also talked extensively on the science and process of a trauma-based therapy, EMDR, which helps to rewire traumatic experiences in the brain. We left that last ep…
 
There’s no evidence that withholding any allergen prevents food allergies, and the newly revised Dietary Guidelines for Americans reinforce that in order to reduce the risk of food allergies babies should be fed infant-safe potentially allergenic foods once they’ve eaten a few other complementary foods successfully – starting at around 6-months of …
 
Stan Taylor Lucas Zinner Stan Taylor has published several books and papers on Doctoral Supervision and Doctoral Education. In this podcast he talks to Lucas Zinner about supervision training, the assessment of the PhD all around the world, and what his motivation is to engage so passionately in this area. Links: Stans Profile: https://www.dur.ac.u…
 
Dr. Anne Hussain is back on the Good Mood Podcast to talk peaceful periods, PCOS and why Ovulation is good for your mood--not just for fertility. In this pod episode we talk about the menstrual cycle, how our hormones impact our mood, problems with the oral contraceptive, and why ovulation is not just important for fertility--it builds the progeste…
 
Welcome to Episode 40 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, featuring elite ultra-runner and coach, Lisa Smith-Batchen. I have been trying to get this episode recorded for AGES, and am so excited that our schedules finally aligned for this interview and I am able to share it with you all. Lisa is beyond inspiring - not just because of the incredible th…
 
Sherry Torkos, R.Ph., holistic pharmacist, author, "The GI Made Simple" Sherry Torkos, B.Sc.Phm., R.Ph., holistic pharmacist, former fitness instructor and author of, "The GI Made Simple: The Proven Way To Lose Weight, Boost Energy & Cut Your Risk of Disease," says we need to reframe our approach to exercise and eating in order to counter our shelt…
 
Erica is back on the Good Mood Podcast to talk ADHD and how we can heal our inflamed brains with nutrition. We talk the symptoms of ADHD, what goes on in the brain, Erica's journey with getting diagnosed and trying Vyvanse for 9 months, to how she mastered her productivity and brain health using nutrition. According to Erica a lot of people with AD…
 
Greg Macpherson, pharmacist, author, "Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging" Greg Macpherson, is a pharmacist and author of the new book, "Harnessing the Nine Hallmarks of Aging." He says COVID-19 will change a lot of things, especially how and where we age in the future. The pandemic has shown a spotlight on many problems from how fragile our imm…
 
Don’t let these frozen food myths fool you Plenty of delicious, nutritious frozen food options are right in the freezer aisle. Some are essential staples for nutritionists, too. If you want to limit food waste and opt for more frozen foods too, you need to know the truth about these myths. About Nicolette M. Pace MS, RDN, CDE, CBC,CDN, CFCS ,FAND N…
 
I think we're starving. Not for food per se, but something else. Something deeper. Something perhaps more nourishing (once you have enough food, of course). We're starving for pleasure. And this can show up with low appetite. Think about how if all you ate was the gruel porridge they were eating in the Matrix you probably wouldn't be that intereste…
 
How do you find the best protein foods? How can you tell if a protein food is lean or gives you great nutrition? Learn these terms and use this guide to help you make better choices. Eggs The very highest quality protein and most similar to our body’s tissue are eggs. A regular size whole egg contains 70 calories, 5 grams of fat and 280 mg of chole…
 
This bonus episode is part of a series of Cookbook Conversations. These bonus episodes are shorter than the usual episodes and the discussion is focused solely on the cookbook, recipes and tips straight from the author. Today we are “in the kitchen” with Luis Gonzalez talking about the 30-Minute DASH Diet Cookbook: Fast and Easy Recipes to Lose Wei…
 
Welcome to Episode 39 of the Eat for Endurance Podcast, during which Kristin Duyn, MScN joins me to tackle the very important topic of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S). Please note that Kristin is a Certified Sports Nutritionist, NOT a Registered Dietitian. I usually only feature fellow dietitians, but she had a really valuable story to …
 
So, my friend and colleague, naturopathic doctor, Laura Brown wrote a book--Beyond Digestion. We've talked digestion on The Good Mood Podcast: the structure and function of the vagus nerve and how putting your hands on can help diagnose and treat disease with Dr. David Miller, the gut microbiome and your trillions of little friends with Dr. Kim Bre…
 
How to Prevent People from Limiting Your Desires with Christy Whitman The Desire Factor (Simon & Schuster) by Christy Whitman, debuts April 21st, 2021! Christy is a Transformational Leader, two-time New York Times bestselling author and mother of two boys. Christy offers the tools for you to find happiness, abundance, and success. The Desire Factor…
 
The science behind anti-inflammation foods and diets, such as the Mediterranean Diet, is strong. But there are some common misperceptions and other barriers that might be preventing people from embracing this healthy diet and lifestyle. Research shows that inflammation is the root driver of many chronic conditions. An anti-inflammatory eating appro…
 
Hey guys! I’m excited to bring to you my third (and very overdue) Ask Me Anything episode! I just realized that the last time I did one of these was when Isla was 7 weeks old…and she’s now 17 months old. Yikes! Better late than never though, and I thank you for all the great questions you submitted. As usual with these Ask Me Anything episodes, it’…
 
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