show episodes
 
Welcome to the Dietitians Unplugged Podcast with Aaron Flores and Glenys Oyston. Join us as we explore the idea of health and wellness from a new perspective. Each episode we will discuss topics that we hope to help you improve your health, body image and fitness without obsessing on the scale or counting calories. We believe in Health at Every Size®, Intuitive Eating, and body positivity and we want to help you build the confidence to ditch the scale, and embrace your health without shaming ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Leila Kelleher (she/her) Leila is the patternmaker and one half of Muna and Broad, an independent sewing pattern company that centres and empowers large bodies. Her patterns focus on fit and are designed to delight the maker with interesting construction details and techniques. Leila studied fashion production and worked in the custom clothing indu…
 
The post 232: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Eating Disorders and Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) with Dr. Lauren Muhlheim appeared first on Seven Health: Intuitive Eating and Anti Diet Nutritionist.By Real Health Radio
 
In this episode Lori talks to Kimberly Dark about her new book Damaged Like Me: essays on love, harm and transformation. Preorder the book here Kimberly Dark is a writer, professor and storyteller, working to reveal the hidden architecture of everyday life so that we can reclaim our power as social creators. She’s the author of Damaged Like Me, Fat…
 
Virgie Tovar on how we lose our sense of body belonging, then how we can make our way back. In this episode, Virgie shares what fat phobia and diet culture is and how they are linked, the many ways healthcare professionals can bring themselves and others closer to body justice, how people lose belonging of their bodies, the first thing we need to d…
 
Dr Natasha Larmie (aka "The Fat Doctor") on getting serious about the harms of anti-fat bias in healthcare. In this episode, Natasha shares her arrival onto the Instagram scene, what the weight stigma research shows, the difference between implicit and explicit biases and how they impact clients and patients, what’s really happening when a doctor p…
 
Rachel Larkey on her recent research investigating barriers to HAES(R)-aligned Dietetic practice. In this episode, Rachel shares how her thesis evolved into a research paper recently published in journal of critical dietetics, she shares the three key barriers identified by dietitians when introducing IE and HAES approaches with clients in the comm…
 
Wendy Sterling on using the practical Plate by Plate Approach to support people in healing from an Eating Disorder. In this episode, Wendy steps us through her career as an Eating Disorder Dietitian and she shares more about historical exclusion of dietitians from the Family-Based Treatment (FBT) model, how the plate-by-plate aims to support FBT an…
 
Judith Matz on uncovering the sneakiness of diet culture, how it shows up in healthcare and how we can move forward. In this episode, Judith shares more about her inspiring and long career, how her first book ‘Beyond the Shadow of a Diet evolved and how it helped her find community, how this work has changed over time, the process of learning and u…
 
The mic is turned for this one, hosted by Christy Harrison for a discussion about Fi's book "Vitamin A to Z; Your BS-free Guide to Wellbeing" In this episode, the tables are flipped on Fi and she is interviewed by Christy Harrison about her newly released book, Vitamin A to Z – Your BS-free guide to wellbeing. Fi shares how her book came to fruitio…
 
Whitney Trotter on Trafficking, Trauma and coming back to our bodies in Anti Diet work. In this episode, Whitney shares her goals for 2021 and more about her specialisation as a Human Trafficking Activist to include what defines human trafficking, the most important factors for us to understanding about human trafficking and how we can begin to scr…
 
Unapologetic Eating with Alissa Rumsey In this episode, Alissa shares her journey from dietitian to author, what it was like writing a book during 2020, how the title of her book ‘Unapologetic Eating’ came to be, she also warmly invites us into her book by stepping us through the main sections; ‘Fixing’, ‘Allowing’, ‘Feeling’ and ‘Growing’ and she …
 
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…
 
Rebecca McConville on breaking down stereotypes and stigma in sport. In this episode, Rebecca shares her experience from college athlete to sport dietitian and gives us a comprehensive insight into Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) to include how it came to be, the current gaps and room for improvements, an introduction into assessing and…
 
In this episode we talk to exercise physiologist and health coach Sarah Liz King about healing your relationship with exercise during eating disorder recovery.Exercise is often seen as a virtue in our society, but for people with an eating disorder exercise can become quite the opposite. It can become excessive and compulsive – to the point that it…
 
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…
 
After 5 years, Aaron and Glenys are pressing pause on the Dietitians Unplugged podcast for now. In this episode they talk about what they're currently offering clients (see links below), where they were when they started the podcast, what they've learned along the way, and some of their favorite podcast moments. Show Notes: Aaron's Men's Body Trust…
 
In this episode, Kirsten shares her career trajectory to becoming an anti-diet content marketer and dietitian, how can find our target audience and engage and connect with them, understanding the beauty of imperfect content marketing, how testing and tracking our content engagement can help us do better, why we don’t have to be on all the platforms…
 
In this episode we discuss trauma and eating disorders with Dr Sophie Reid. Sophie is a clinical psychologist, researcher and co-director of the Birchtree Centre – a specialist centre in trauma, addiction and eating disorders in Sydney.Often underlying an eating disorder is trauma. Trauma can also lead to a range of other mental health conditions. …
 
In this episode, Safeena and Gurneet share what justice means to them, how privilege can manifest in health care, ‘calling in’ Dietitians of Canada, their hopes for greater diversity within the profession, the extension of Diversify Dietetics USA into Canada, the need for new HAES and Weight-Inclusive frameworks to ensure consideration of race, eth…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login