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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.
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer a ...
 
Exploring the why behind what keeps runners running long, strong, and motivated. The cover photo is my Why: finishing my first 50k, which was a last minute change of plans due to TNF50 cancellation, supported and surrounded by some of the best humans in the trail running world. Logo designed by Vanessa Wolfe Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/forthelongrun/support
 
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 ...
 
Movies! Music! Celebrities embarrassing themselves! KEEP IT has it all. Each week, Ira Madison III, Louis Virtel, and Aida Osman are joined by comedians, journalists, actors, musicians, activists, politicians and more to discuss the latest ways pop culture and entertainment are intersecting with politics and society. New episodes drop every Wednesday.
 
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Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss The Rock campaigning for Biden, Mark Burnett’s responsibility for Trump’s Presidency, Tory Lanez’s continued exploitation of Megan thee Stallion, Eddie Redmayne’s support of JK Rowling, and more. Plus, Brit Bennett joins to discuss her NYT best-selling novel The Vanishing Half. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit po…
 
Katherine “KK” Fischer is a lover of life, lover of humans and really wants to squeeze the juice out of every day and make the most of it. In this episode we talked about: -“squeezing the juice out of life” -running REALLY long and why she does it -how her Why has evolved over the years -what got her into running -ultra endurance events as a microc…
 
Researcher and author Joy Cox returns to the podcast to discuss her new book, Fat Girls in Black Bodies; diet culture in Black communities and in the church; her evolving relationship with movement, and how it inspired her to co-create the Jabbie app; how to respond to internalized weight stigma and bias; and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a l…
 
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 …
 
Aisha Praught Leer is a mid distance runner and Olympian representing Team Boss as well as Jamaica, living in Boulder, Colorado. In this episode, we talked about: -“Success isn’t finite” -the team model in running -Team Boss -what running means to her -balance -the importance of fun -balancing competition and friendship -what success means to her -…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss this year’s virtual Emmy ceremony, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy, Ellen’s on-air apology, Kat McPhee donating to Republicans, racist social media algorithms, and the film Antebellum. Plus, chef David Chang joins to discuss his new memoir Eat a Peach and Zachary Quinto returns to discuss the film adaption of . Learn more …
 
Mel Lawrence is today’s guest on the podcast. Mel is a professional runner for Oiselle and Little Wing in Bend, Oregon.In this episode, we talked about:-her first run-her use of social media-what she’s proud of-balance-growth as a professional athlete-failure-working at PickyBars-being sponsored by Oiselle and coached by Lauren Fleshman-feminism-gr…
 
Certified lactation counselor and writer Leslie Moniot joins us to discuss diet culture in the infant-nutrition field, trying to raise an intuitive eater, the difference between intuitive eating in children and adults, why we shouldn’t judge people regardless of how they choose to feed themselves or their kids, and so much more. Plus, Christy answe…
 
Nickademus De La Rosa is a trail runner and coach living in Sedona, Arizona.In this podcast, we dove deep into mental health, therapy and also talked about suicide.We also talked about:-having heart surgery in 2018-borderline personality disorder and how it impacts him-shame and self-loathing-chasing the hardest events and why-his relationship with…
 
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…
 
Amee Severson on Trauma Informed care and raising Intuitive Eaters In this episode, Amee makes a very exciting announcement (which might just involve a book and a partnership with the amazing Sumner Brooks!!), how she found her voice (which includes crossing paths with body positive leading advocate; Lindo Bacon), every dietitians responsibility wh…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss the new Oscars inclusion standards, Paris Hilton’s less than insightful new documentary, the boycotts against Mulan and Cuties, Paul Rudd’s awkward PSA on wearing masks, new Netflix docs The Social Dilemma versus Capital in the 21st Century, and more. Plus, Roy Wood Jr. joins to discuss making comedy and The Daily Show …
 
Dana Bogan is a runner, fitness instructor and social worker in Boston, MA. Dana’s a friend I’ve known for over five years and it has been a pleasure to watch her grow over that time. In this episode, we talked about: -why she started running -being from an interracial couple -going from short distance to long distance -the pressure she feels relat…
 
Body-image coach Summer Innanen returns to the podcast to discuss weight-inclusive pregnancy and postpartum resources; raising socially conscious, anti-diet children; her experiences returning to work from maternity leave; why she rebranded her body-image course; and so much more. Plus, Christy answers a listener question about the current state of…
 
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…
 
Ben Rosario, the first guest of the podcast returns for his second episode to talk about the recent four year contract that Northern Arizona Elite signed with HOKA ONE ONE, of which he is the coach for. In this episode, we talked about: -why Ben thinks that the group training model is the best model for both athletes and sponsors -how it is a good …
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss Jessica Krug’s blackfishing scandal, Charlie Kaufman films, the Rebecca remake, Letterbox review, Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ exhausting book promo, and more. Plus, June Diane Raphael joins to discuss a decade of podcasting, watching Bravo during a pandemic, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.c…
 
Erika Kemp is a pro runner who was born in Japan, born in South Jersey, now living and training in Boston, MA for the BAA High Performance Team. In this episode we talked about: -coffee, as she’s a formally trained barista -her entry into running -the recruiting process onto the BAA High Performance Team -what it felt like to have someone believe i…
 
SEASON 8 PREMIERE! Therapist and body-image coach Brianna Campos joins us to discuss how to improve body image and fight internalized weight stigma, her concept of “body grief,” how body image is connected to what’s going on in the world around you, and so much more. Plus, Ask Food Psych co-host Savala Trepczynski answers a listener question about …
 
This episode is with Mike Burnstein, one of the co-founders of Janji. Mike lives and runs in Cambridge, MA.In this episode, we talked about: -joining the cross country team to try and make the basketball team-running in college and the team aspect that he loved-the D3 championships and how it led to the initial idea of creating Janji-starting a bus…
 
In the third annual Ira and Louis Variety Hour, they discuss the socially distanced VMA ceremony, Adele's Bantu knots, Club Future Nostalgia, the NBA strike, unfollowing Shaun King, and the shocking loss of Chadwick Boseman. Plus, a conversation about finding faith as queer people with Phillip Picardi, host of the new Crooked Media podcast Unholier…
 
Klodian Mitri is a triathlete turned trail runner now living in Utah, born and raised in Albania who came to the US in the late 90’s. In this episode we talked about: -being a parent in the time of COVID -traveling -living in Utah -going from being a triathlete to more of a dedicated runner -going from his first sprint tri on three days notice to I…
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Marci Evans is back! We discuss the intersection of digestive disorders and eating disorders, the risks associated with elimination diets, the role of the gut microbiome in digestion and health, the importance of consistency in self-care and well-being, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about why…
 
Courtney Dauwalter is a trail and ultra runner from Golden, Colorado. In this episode, we talked about: -her first run -diving right into her Why -what keeps her going -the Colorado Trail adventure -how and when she decided to seek medical assistance -hallucinations on the trail -trust in her crew -guidance on how to be a helpful crew member -going…
 
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…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss the cultural moments that led to this year’s unhinged Republican National Convention, soothing British comedies, revisiting Jerry Maguire, why not enough people are talking about Megan thee Stallion’s shooting, and whether videos of black trauma should be shared on social media. Plus, Ramy Youssef joins to discuss self-…
 
Sydney Gidabuday is a professional runner living in Boulder, Colorado. His bio on the Tinman Elite website says, “Once trained so hard he couldn't feel his arms and legs, now he's a Tinman running 7:30 pace on his easy days. Went on a 140 mile bike ride… to hang out with a girl. He's not afraid of commitment, ladies. Born in California, raised in T…
 
Disability-rights advocate and writer Rebekah Taussig joins us to talk about why body positivity needs to be a radical and intersectional movement, the connection between body acceptance and disability rights, the many ways in which diet culture has infiltrated disability culture and affects people in disabled bodies, embracing all the emotions tha…
 
Lindsay Webster is a professional obstacle course racer living in Quebec, Canada. In this episode, we talked about: -van life -being a pro athlete couple -motivation -getting into running -balance -training in 2020 -mental training -physical training for obstacle course racing -OCR goals vs ultra running goals -the difference in prize $ between the…
 
Lisa Pearl on deeply and critically examining the ways in which we consider body image and embodiment. In this episode, Lisa shares her well-established career trajectory and motive for staying in this work for over 30 years, she discusses how body image, embodiment and ED / body image treatment has changed over time, why social justice for body li…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss the Democratic National Convention going digital and bipartisan, how Lovecraft Country addresses H.P. Lovecraft’s racist history, Trump’s attacks on the USPS, and more. Plus, Catherine O’Hara and Eugene Levy join to discuss Schitt’s Creek, decades of working together, and their most memorable roles. Learn more about you…
 
Meghan Slavin is a physical therapist and ultra runner who lives in North Phoenix. In this episode we talked about: -her first run (at 18) -pacing Western States to the finish line -the energy at Western States and her love for the trail community -her evolution into ultra running -what she loves about the hundred mile distance -Hole To Hump FKT (a…
 
Mental health counselor and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor Christine Yoshida joins us to discuss how fitness culture affected her relationship with food, how she broke free and restored her relationship with her body, why diet mentality and “clean eating” can make health problems worse, how young children can be influenced by diet culture, us…
 
Amelia Boone returns for a highly requested second episode! Amelia is a trail runner, attorney and so much more, living in Golden, Colorado. In this episode, we talked about: -major life changes in the last couple of years -moving to Colorado during a pandemic -her love of Colorado and what has surprised her -if happiness should be the goal -“Why a…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss conservative reactions to Cardi B and Megan thee Stallion’s new single “WAP,” Selling Sunset, Joe Biden selects Kamala Harris, and which celebrities have us blocked. Plus, Zadie Smith joins to discuss her new book of essays Intimations and Jean Smart joins to discuss her Emmy-nominated role in Watchmen. Learn more about…
 
David Roche is back for his third episode, this time joined by Megan! A much more casual vibe, this episode sounded like the three of us were sitting around a table eating tacos. In this episode, we talked about: -podcasting and lessons learned -what it means to “shoot your shot” -tips for fueling and hydrating on hot runs -epidemiology (the topic …
 
Body-positive sex coach and fellow podcast host Dawn Serra joins us to talk about the social currency that comes with dieting and pursuing weight loss, her work in sexuality and how it intersects with fat activism, body image struggles within sexual experiences, how weight discrimination affects people in larger bodies, thin privilege, the good-fat…
 
Kurt Decker is a trail runner who truly loves his state (Minnesota) and the emphasis on engaging in outdoor activities with the people around him. In this episode we discussed: -making his life all about community -switching careers to follow his passion -working in the running industry -his passion for running and being outside -running his first …
 
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…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss Beyoncé’s latest visual album Black Is King, Brandy’s return with B7 and revisiting Moesha on Netflix, the misconduct allegation at The Ellen Show, and more. Plus, Bob the Drag Queen joins to discuss mixing politics with drag and her Emmy nominated series We’re Here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoice…
 
Peter Bromka comes back for round two! Peter’s a runner, writer, dad and husband from Portland, Oregon. In this episode, we talked about: -his return to the podcast -why he’s the most referenced man on FTLR -running in 2020 and not being motivated to do a virtual race -motivation in general -living in Portland, OR during the protests -explaining th…
 
TV writer and fellow podcaster April K. Quioh joins us to talk about how intersectional feminism and sociology helped her to finally let go of dieting and embrace her body size, why we need to challenge fatphobia and fight for it to be considered a valid form of discrimination, why it’s important to unlearn the diet-culture rules we’ve internalized…
 
Lex Gillette is an athlete, a Paralympian, world record holder, speaker and person who loves life at the end of the day. In this episode we discussed: -being a Paralympian and losing his eyesight at a young age -how he’s handling 2020 and the uncertainty around the Olympics and Paralympics -his background in athletics -getting into adaptive athleti…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss Taylor Swift's surprise pandemic album Folklore, Tenet's ever-changing release date, disrespectful Megan the Stallion jokes, whether the Canada Drag Race judges are too mean, and share memories of Regis Philbin and Olivia de Havilland. Katori Hall joins to discuss her new series P-Valley, representing the South in her w…
 
SEASON 7 FINALE! Fat activist, author, speaker, and podcaster Victoria Welsby returns to the podcast to discuss the intersection of fatphobia and healthism, why all weight-loss advice is a form of weight stigma, the moralization of different health conditions, the role of thin allies in fat activism, and so much more. Plus, in our new “Ask Food Psy…
 
Dismantling Diet Culture and Oppressive Systems with Christy Harrison, author of Anti Diet and host of Food Psych Podcast. In this episode, Christy shares the unexpected ways her book Anti Diet (Published 2019) have become relevant, how diet culture stops us from participating in life and in revolutions, why and how we can move away from the binary…
 
Jacky Hunt-Broersma is an amputee, cancer survivor and Ultrarunner who has been running for the last four years, living in Cary, North Carolina, though she’s originally from South Africa. In this conversation we talked about: -trail running as an amputee -motivation -pushing boundaries and doing things people have told her she can’t do -running 100…
 
Ira, Louis, and Aida discuss Mykki Blanco not being paid for their feature on Teyana Taylor's "WTP," bingeing The O.C. and what constitutes "guilty pleasures," their favorite child actors, performative tributes to John Lewis from Republicans, and more. Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman join to discuss their new book Big Friendship and the importance of…
 
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