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Food Heaven Podcast

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Food Heaven Podcast

Dear Media, Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez

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Join BFF’s and registered dietitian nutritionists Wendy Lopez and Jessica Jones as they talk to different health & nutrition experts about how we can live healthier, more balanced lives. Each week they deep dive into topics like health at every size, food & culture, intuitive eating, mental health, and body acceptance. If you’re looking for a sustainable and inclusive path to wellness, hang out with Wendy and Jess every Wednesday to learn how to take care of yourself from the inside out.
 
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The Sporkful

Dan Pashman and Stitcher

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We obsess about food to learn more about people. The Sporkful isn't for foodies, it's for eaters. Hosted by Dan Pashman, who's also the inventor of the new pasta shape cascatelli. James Beard and Webby Award winner for Best Food Podcast. A Stitcher Production.
 
Each week we bring you a new, in-depth exploration of the space where science and society collide. We’re committed to the idea that making an effort to understand the world around you though science and critical thinking can benefit everyone—and lead to better decisions. We want to find out what’s true, what’s left to discover, and why it all matters.
 
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Join Robby, Carter, and Wendy as they explore the vast world of drinking! As long as it's behind the bar we will be trying it! Cover Art By Wendy Lopez (@wendywithaw) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tapheads/support
 
On the eve of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in America, EQUAL MEANS EQUAL has launched the Woman’s Journal 2.0. The Woman’s Journal began as a weekly newspaper in 1870, and was instrumental in mobilizing people across the country to support the 19th Amendment. We hope this new iteration will inspire people nationwide to support the ERA. Kamala Lopez and Natalie White from Equal Means Equal, along with women’s rights attorney Wendy Murphy (@WMurphyLaw) will co-host and interview g ...
 
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.
 
Join journalist, Kizzy Cox, and comedian, Onika McLean, the hosts of What’s The 411, as they do a quick take on people and events from hip-hop and pop culture; and a fresh take on the activities of people and subjects in the news or, just because they want to. Check us out for comedy and hilarity, and seriousness, especially if you get called on the carpet. An Ebony #1 pick by someone named Ebony, What’s The 411 has interviews with celebrities and wannabe celebs, as well as, authors and info ...
 
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Did you know that it’s normal to crave carbs during your period? In today’s episode, we chat with women's health Dietitian Valerie Agyeman of Flourish Heights about all things menstruation. Tune in to learn if you should eat different things during the various phases of your cycle, dealing with menstruation fatigue and common period myths + facts. …
 
This week we talk to Alexandra Horowitz from the Dog Cognition Lab at Barnard College about her new book The Year of the Puppy: How Dogs Become Themselves. Horowitz’s book examines how a dog’s brain works and develops—how it dramatically changes during their first 12 months of life, her shifting perspective on dog cognition, and the vast difference…
 
Shabbat — the Jewish Sabbath – begins every Friday at sundown with a meal. But in all the years that Jews have been having Shabbat dinner, there’s no record in the rabbinic texts of it happening at the fast food chain Wendy’s. Until, that is, a group of seniors in Palm Desert, California, made it their weekly tradition. This week Dan joins in on th…
 
If you’ve been struggling with constipation and nothing has been working, then this is the episode for you. Constipation is incredibly uncomfortable and may be an indication that there are issues with your digestive tract. We got a better understanding of what may be happening in the body and treatment options with GI expert Tamara Duker Freuman, M…
 
Dan goes inside Consumer Reports, the independent nonprofit that tests and rates everything from toaster ovens to frozen pizzas to luxury cars. CR takes testing very seriously, and Dan gets to see their process in action. It all starts with an undercover shopper who goes by the pseudonym Jim. Then Dan visits the labs at HQ, where he sees how a gas …
 
As bodies go through changes, it’s normal to size out of clothing. However, this can be incredibly triggering for people who have an emotional attachment to their clothing or maybe spent a lot of money on items they love. Getting rid of clothing that used to fit into is hard and today we’re talking all about it with Alissa Rumsey, registered dietit…
 
Author and podcast host Malcolm Gladwell immigrated to Canada when he was young, the child of an English father and Jamaican mother. He’s always felt like an outsider. He hated maple syrup, in a town that hosts the largest one-day maple syrup festival in the world. That outsider’s perspective served him well as he became a cultural observer, and ov…
 
Many of us have lost touch with what personal style even means these past couple of years. Sweats and pajamas have become the norm and wearing stylish clothes has been a struggle to say the least. Today we’re talking with Dacy Gillespie, a personal stylist who intuitively guides her clients to discover what they feel best in. She helps people let g…
 
By day, Scott Wiener leads pizza tours around New York City. By night, he shares his Brooklyn apartment with his world record-holding pizza box collection. Since going all in on pizza, he’s visited tomato farms in California and buffalo farms in Italy, and even planned entire vacations around visits to pizza box factories. This week, Scott schools …
 
Have you been seeing a lot of people talk about their capsule wardrobe recently? For those not familiar, a capsule wardrobe is a collection of clothing that is composed of interchangeable items only, to maximize the number of outfits you can wear. I (Jess) have been obsessed with this concept for YEARS and have been searching for the right guest to…
 
In France, you either leave your desk during lunch, or you’re breaking the law. Which makes Kaitlin Plachy, an American expat in Strasbourg who secretly eats at her desk most days, an outlaw. So why do the French have this law? Our friends at the podcast Rough Translation found that one popular theory — that the law is meant to preserve French cult…
 
Do you get the tingles?? If you are an ASMR fanatic like me (Jess), you know exactly what I’m talking about. Did you know that ASMR is the 3rd most popular search of ALL time on YouTube? In today’s episode, we chat with an ASMRtist (get it? ASMR + artist = ASMArtist *slaps knee*) about how this all started and WTF is going on for people when they e…
 
Chefs and YouTube stars Sohla and Ham El-Waylly first met in culinary school, where they geeked out over hydrocolloids and molecular gastronomy. Since then they’ve gotten married, opened (and closed) a restaurant together, and spent countless hours collaborating in the kitchen, on screen and off. Dan talks with Sohla and Ham about their latest cook…
 
Whenever you see a book or popular documentary on minimalism, there is usually a white face behind it. Minimalism has almost become synonymous with whiteness (literally and figuratively) in our culture. Today we talk with Christine Platt the @afrominimalist about how to reclaim minimalism in the Black community and ultimately live more with less. C…
 
It seems like ads for supplements are everywhere these days. I’m sure you’ve been wondering if the supplements are helpful…or more of a hoax? Many of our clients come to us with a long list of supplements they are taking. Most aren’t even sure whether or not they are doing anything. Tune in to the podcast this week for our evidence-based thoughts! …
 
This week we talk to cognitive neuroscientist Chantel Prat about her new book The Neuroscience of You: How Every Brain is Different and How to Understand Yours. The book is the result of Prat’s decades of work on the biological basis of individual differences in cognition—what makes you you. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/inquiringminds…
 
After 15 years as an opera singer and winning a Grammy and a Tony, Alexander Smalls got turned down for a lead role at the Metropolitan Opera. He’d hit the same glass ceiling that held back many Black opera singers before him. He went home, drank a bottle of wine, and came to a realization: "I couldn't own an opera house, but I could own a restaura…
 
It's me, your host, Heather Caplan on the finale! My friend, confidant, and now WIND Team member, Kim Hoban, joined me again to help navigate this final conversation for the RD Real Talk show! In this episode, we talk about: why I started the show how I put systems in place what systems I used and how much time it took the "Return on investment" fo…
 
INTERESTING FACT: I got a new construction loan to build @jewelcrestjoshua with absolutely NO money down (not even closing costs). While being able to take on a project like this does require an incredible about of privilege (good credit, having a decent proof of income, being able to spend countless hours navigating the system, cash reserves for p…
 
What has to happen for Vietnamese lemongrass barbecue sauce to take up as much space as Texas barbecue sauce on an American grocery store shelf? There’s a whole generation of young entrepreneurs — many of them women of color — making packaged foods that are expanding the palate of American shoppers. This week, live on stage in Brooklyn, Dan is talk…
 
Something as routine as looking in the mirror can feel very uncomfortable when struggling with body acceptance. In a world that encourages people to be consumed by appearance, it can be hard to figure out where to even begin when it comes to feeling at peace in your own body. Today we’re talking about what happens when you don’t like what you see i…
 
Dan goes on an adventure around Los Angeles, starting at the airport. Where is he going? He doesn't know. He doesn't have a plan. The one thing he does know is that he's going to attempt to travel through time to eat a piece of coconut cake from Patys Restaurant, which he should have eaten three years ago. With an Atlas Obscura article as his guide…
 
Tessa Nguyen joined this episode of RD Real Talk to chat about accepting her ultimate dream job (with Diversify Dietetics), what happens when recipe bloggers don't do The Work, her four years in South Korea, and so much more! Tessa's multi-ethnic heritage and lived experience across multiple countries have centered her in providing inclusive servic…
 
Today we’re re-airing one of our favorite episodes with Cal Newport and we’re SO EXCITED because his book totally changed our relationship to social media. Cal is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University. In addition to researching cutting­ edge technology, he also writes about the impact of these innovations on our cultu…
 
Wherever Phil Rosenthal goes, he wants to eat — which explains the name of his Netflix show, Somebody Feed Phil. He travels the world with wide eyes, an empty stomach, and a bottomless supply of delight at the people and food he encounters. And before Somebody Feed Phil and his new podcast Naked Lunch, Phil created the hit sitcom Everybody Loves Ra…
 
This week we talk to philosopher and animal ethicist David Peña-Guzmán about his new book When Animals Dream: The Hidden World of Animal Consciousness. David explores the idea that there really is a subjective world—a dream world—that lights up when animals sleep, what that actually looks like, and its moral implications. Support the show: https://…
 
Shana Spence, MS, RDN, CDN is here to chat about what it’s like on the other side of screen as a social media influencer, and how she runs a business while working a 9-5. Shana shares how she sets social media boundaries, goes through her content creating process and the future of The Nutrition Tea. You probably know Shana from her Instagram accoun…
 
Sleep continues to be an issue for many of us so we’re re-airing one of our most popular episodes with psychologist Justin Gibson who is trained CBTI (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia). A lot of us already had issues getting quality sleep before and with COVID it all went out the window. We’ll be discussing practical ways to improve sleep …
 
Dan gives up the hosting chair and becomes a contestant in our most popular (and only) Sporkful game show, 2 Chefs And A Lie! The game is simple. Dan talks with three “chefs.” Two are real, and one is a faker with a made-up resume. Dan gets five questions per chef to determine who’s legit, and who doesn’t know their bass from their elbow. The best …
 
Cara Harbstreet and Whitney Trotter joined this episode LIVE in Denver, CO at the first in-person WIND event since 2020. This was made possible by partnering with Gaudiani Clinic, Eating Disorders Foundation, and SuperBill. We start this conversation off with some fun topics including pet peeves while traveling, favorite emojis, and superpowers. Ca…
 
Today we’re re-airing our conversation with THE Evelyn Tribole (!!! literally screaming), co-author of the best selling Intuitive Eating book, which is pretty much our intuitive eating bible. Evelyn is a walking source of knowledge, and we wanted to have a conversation with her about call out culture and cultivating compassion through communication…
 
This week we’re joined by podcaster, journalist, and author David McRaney to discuss his latest book How Minds Change: The Surprising Science of Belief, Opinion, and Persuasion. It’s a deep look at what we know about what it takes to change someone’s mind and why it’s more complicated than you might think. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/…
 
Barbecue is America’s culinary national pastime. Dozens of books have been written about it, food writers criss-cross the country looking for the best places, and people wait hours to eat at the most famous spots. In his book The Cooking Gene, culinary historian Michael Twitty traces the path that barbecue traveled from West Africa to the American …
 
This week we welcome back James Beard award winning food science writer J. Kenji López-Alt. He talks about growing up around science, studying architecture at MIT, and how, strangely enough, both subjects pertain to cooking. Kenji is the author of the bestselling The Food Lab and the recently released The Wok: Recipes and Techniques. Support the s…
 
Bloating. Everybody has it. But it makes some people more uncomfortable than others. First, we are here to tell you that bloating is 100% normal and part of the complex digestion process. But if you are feeling like your bloating is excessive and causing distress, we want to provide some information and tools to help. In today’s episode, we speak w…
 
Fernando Frías was a successful cafe and restaurant owner in Havana, but when Fidel Castro came to power, the government nationalized Fernando’s businesses and imprisoned him when he tried to leave the country. Eventually he got out, settling near Miami like so many other Cuban expats. Even though Fernando never went back to Cuba, he was always sea…
 
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