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Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport chat with Julia Turshen about the process of researching and writing a cookbook, and how it felt to include an essay on breaking up with diet culture in her latest cookbook, Simply Julia. She also talks about how disconnection is inherent in diet culture; in families, or among friends, having weight loss as a commo…
 
Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport chat with Amee Severson, MPP-D, RDN, co-author of How to Raise an Intuitive Eater, about how a dearth of safe, inclusive resources for people raising children was one of the main inspirations for the book. Amee emphasizes how the conversations we have with kids about body image and food are less impactful than what…
 
Hi SSUN listeners! We decided to share this episode again because we thought it especially relevant as the prevalence of eating disorders continues to rise. Anna L. and Elizabeth chat with Kerri Heckert, a certified eating disorder registered dietitian, and Eleanor Benner, a clinical psychologist, about educating and empowering families to help the…
 
Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport chat with Shelley Aggarwal, a board certified pediatrician and adolescent medicine specialist, about weight-inclusive care for teens and young adults. Dr. Aggarwal speaks on the importance of challenging diet culture in schools, at home, and in healthcare settings, and what parents can do to help their teen build a…
 
In celebration of reaching our 50th episode, Anna, Anna and Elizabeth have a conversation about things we really wish parents knew about food and bodies. We discuss: The dangers of “Clean Eating” and Wellness Culture. How kids and teens going vegetarian, vegan, or wanting to “eat healthier” can be a red flag. Absence of menstruation for teenage gir…
 
Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport chat with Registered Dietitian and yoga teacher, Jessica Grosman, about the origins and many different aspects of yoga, including how to incorporate yoga into family life. Jessica also talks about how diet culture has co-opted yoga in ways that can make it feel inaccessible for many people. We discuss: The true def…
 
Anna Mackay and Elizabeth Davenport have a conversation with Bilal Durrani, the head of UNICEF Timor-Leste, about what maternal and childhood malnutrition looks like in developing countries like Timor-Leste, and what UNICEF is doing to help improve the health of the population. Malnutrition affects millions globally; just under half the children in…
 
Anna Lutz, Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Mackay, have a conversation inspired by Virginia Sole-Smith’s essay “What Instagram Gets Wrong About Feeding Your Kids” (see link below to read the essay) about how Instagram’s portrayal of The Division of Responsibility in Feeding (DOR) can warp perceptions of how parents and caregivers are doing with feedin…
 
In this episode, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Yaffi Lvova, a registered dietitian nutritionist specializing in early childhood nutrition and founder of Baby Bloom Nutrition. Yaffi is a proud mom to twins plus one and is passionate about providing nutrition guidance to pregnant moms and new parents through the transition to parent…
 
Happy 2022! In the first episode of season 3, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Zoë Bisbing, a licensed psychotherapist, child and adolescent eating disorder specialist and founder of The Full Bloom Project. We highlight the challenges of raising body-confident kids in today’s culture and how parents can cultivate body-positive values…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Lutz have a conversation with Katja Rowell, M.D., a family doctor, author, and responsive childhood feeding specialist. We highlight Katja’s work on extreme picky eating and kids with feeding challenges. We also discuss: Responsive feeding and responsive feeding therapy Differences between responsive fe…
 
In this episode, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Sumner Brooks, a registered dietitian and eating disorder specialist and founder of EDRD Pro. We highlight ways to raise intuitive eaters and discuss Sumner’s new, upcoming book on this topic. We also discuss: The term positive embodiment The need for parents to be aware of contributi…
 
In this episode, Anna Mackay and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Bianca Russo, the owner of Bianca Russo Fitness which is a fitness community where you can be physically active in the absence of unsolicited diet-talk and weight-loss talk. She also implements Health at Every Size® principles. Her marginalized queer identity is the voice behind all…
 
This is the fourth and final episode in our series on answering questions about feeding children at various stages of development (preschoolers, elementary schoolers, middle schoolers, and high schoolers). In this episode, Anna Mackay, Anna Lutz, and Elizabeth Davenport discuss answers to listeners’ questions related to feeding high schoolers. High…
 
This is the third episode in our four-part age series on answering questions about feeding children at various stages of development (preschoolers, elementary schoolers, middle schoolers, and high schoolers). In this episode, Anna Mackay, Anna Lutz, and Elizabeth Davenport discuss answers to listeners’ questions related to feeding middle schoolers.…
 
This episode is the second in our four-part age series on answering questions about feeding children at various stages of development (preschoolers, elementary schoolers, middle schoolers, and high schoolers). In this episode, Anna Mackay, Anna Lutz, and Elizabeth Davenport discuss feeding elementary schoolers. They define elementary school age as …
 
This episode kicks off our four-part age series on answering questions about feeding children at various stages of development (preschoolers, elementary schoolers, middle schoolers, and high schoolers). In this episode, Anna Mackay, Anna Lutz, and Elizabeth Davenport discuss feeding preschoolers. They define a preschooler as a little older than 2.5…
 
For this episode of the Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Michelle Icard, a speaker, author, and educator who helps kids, parents, and teachers navigate the complicated social world of early adolescence. We discuss: What parents need to understand about their children during the ages of 11-14 The middl…
 
Anna Lutz and Anna Mackay sit down with Katherine Zavodni to talk about: Typical weight gain and body composition changes during puberty The age ranges of typical development How parents can talk to children in a positive way about body changes How diet culture affects how parents and children's think about and talk about puberty Links and Resource…
 
About our guests: Virginia Sole-Smith is a journalist and author of The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image and Guilt in America. She is a frequent contributor to the The New York Times parenting section, and many other publications. Amy Palanjian, is a writer, editor and recipe developer. She is the founder of Yummy Toddler Food, a site fill…
 
For this episode of the Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Shawna Daniels, an Early Childhood educator and advocate, to talk about developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood that supports children’s health. We discuss: Public health initiatives in North Carolina to support health in early c…
 
Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Mackay sit down with Sarah Ganginis, a non-diet dietitian who takes a weight-inclusive approach to nutrition and health. In addition to seeing adults and children in her private practice, Sarah has dedicated much of her time advocating for change in the school nutrition and health curriculums in the state of Maryland. W…
 
In this episode, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Naureen Hunani, a pediatric and family dietitian who specializes in treating children and families struggling with feeding challenges. We highlight feeding difficulties and how to help your child achieve a sense of “felt safety” and regulation at the meal table. We discuss: The defini…
 
In this episode, Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Lutz have a conversation with Beverley Wheeler, Ed.D., the director of D.C. Hunger Solutions, an organization that works to end hunger in the nation’s capital. We highlight the pandemic’s effect on increased food insecurity and discuss ways in which policies and legislations are working to mitigate this…
 
In this episode Anna L. and Anna M. have a conversation with Carolyn Becker, PhD, a professor of psychology and licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in PTSD, anxiety disorders, and eating disorders. We highlight Dr. Becker’s research, which focuses on the link between food insecurity and eating disorders. We discuss: How Dr. Becker’s rese…
 
Anna L. and Elizabeth chat with Kerri Heckert, a certified eating disorder registered dietitian, and Eleanor Benner, a clinical psychologist, about educating and empowering families to help their child recover from an eating disorder. They highlight the importance of modeling food neutrality, normalizing body and weight changes, and that eating dis…
 
Anna L. and Elizabeth chat with Monika Saigal, a Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian, and former dancer, about her efforts to make the dance world a healthier and safer place. Monika highlights the importance of giving dancers the knowledge and tools they need to properly nourish their bodies, and teaching dancers how to cultivate posit…
 
In this episode Anna L. and Anna M. chat with Brit Guerin, a licensed mental health counselor, as well as movement/wellness coach, about the intersection of mental health and physical health, and moving for wellness, rather than weight loss. We discuss: What terminology such as “fitness” vs “health” vs “wellness” really means and whether using one …
 
Elizabeth and Anna M. have a conversation with Alex Moore of DC Central Kitchen about food insecurity, the problem with public health messaging that puts too much emphasis on individual responsibility, and ways that we can all contribute to strengthening the impact of organizations like DCCK. We discuss: The different types of programs that DC Cent…
 
In this episode Elizabeth and Anna M. have a conversation with sports dietitian, Leslie Schilling, about food and nutrition for kids & teen athletes, and the role of coaches. We discuss: How parents or caregiver can talk to coaches if they have concerns about nutrition messaging and advice How to identify the kind of advice that is appropriate for …
 
In this episode Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport sit down with Chef Dani Black, the owner of Bigger Tables, a consulting group that supports chef entrepreneurs. Dani has experience working as a chef in many settings, including eating disorder treatment and Cook School, a community college program based inside a prison. We discuss: The equalizing p…
 
This week we are sharing a conversation that Anna M. & Elizabeth had with Sydney-based clinical psychologist Louise Adams. Louise is the founder of Treat Yourself Well Sydney, and the creator of UNTRAPPED, an online program to help people find food and body peace, and escape from the endless diet cycle. She is also Vice President of Health At Every…
 
This week Elizabeth & Anna M chat with DC native Executive Pastry Chef Padua Player (aka the Suga Chef), about baking for Joe Biden, issues surrounding food insecurity, and the importance of coming together as a community to help those in need. We discuss: How DC area food banks and non-profits are working to help at-risk families. The association …
 
For this episode of the Sunny Side Up Nutrition Podcast, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Shawna Daniels, an Early Childhood educator and advocate, to talk about developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood that supports children’s health. We discuss: Public health initiatives in North Carolina to support health in early c…
 
This week, Anna Lutz and Elizabeth Davenport are joined by Jennifer Berry, an occupational therapist and feeding specialist, to talk about responsive feeding and helping children and caregivers build a healthy feeding relationship by trusting their internal cues and motivation. We discuss: How does responsive feeding differ from other approaches to…
 
Happy 2021 everyone! In the first episode of season 2 Anna M. & Anna L. have a conversation with Oona Hanson, an educator who provides support to parents of teens & tweens as a parent coach. We discuss: Some common, yet false, assumptions about eating disorders. Ways these misconceptions increase risks for people who may be 'flying under the radar'…
 
For the last episode of Season 1 Anna L. & Elizabeth sat down with Anna M. to chat about her master's research on weight bias and weight stigma, and how both affect all of us, one way or another. We discuss: How internalized weight bias plays a role in the etiology of eating disorders What the research tells us about the dangers of internalized wei…
 
In this episode Anna, Anna & Elizabeth have a chat with Haley Goodrich about navigating the HOLIDAYS! Haley is a registered dietitian and certified eating disorder specialist, who runs a private practice in Pittsburgh, PA. We discuss: Favorite childhood holiday food memories The ways messages about holiday weight gain and the "covid-15" negatively …
 
In this week’s episode Anna & Anna have an important conversation with Dr. Lee Beers about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), and the ways in which mental health is linked with other health issues. Dr. Beers is a Professor of Pediatrics, and the Medical Director for Community Health and Advocacy at Children’s National Hospital. Dr. Beers was als…
 
Anna & Elizabeth sit down with Rachel Coleman & Tina LaBoy to take a dive into family diet legacies and what we can do to break the cycle. Rachel is a licensed marriage and family therapist, Tina is a certified eating disorder registered dietitian as well as a personal trainer, and together they co-host the Mom Genes Podcast. In this episode we dis…
 
About our guests: Virginia Sole-Smith is a journalist and author of The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image and Guilt in America. She is a frequent contributor to the The New York Times parenting section, and many other publications. Amy Palanjian, is a writer, editor and recipe developer. She is the founder of Yummy Toddler Food, a site fill…
 
Anna Mackay & Anna Lutz chat with Claire Neary, the co-founder and director of My Remarkable Self, a program that offers training in communication and problem solving that is tailored to address specific issues and challenges facing children ages six through eighteen. We discuss: How puberty can be tough for kids, especially if they are unprepared …
 
We decided it would be fun & interesting to interview our kids so we sat down with 4 daughters, ranging from age 10-16. We heard about the kind of food & body messages they hear at home, and how these messages differ from what they hear among friends, and generally in the world. Some key takeaways from our daughters: There is no "good" food or "bad…
 
Anna Mackay & Anna Lutz chat with U.K. based personal trainer and PhD researcher Jake Gifford about his research and his transition from being a weight-normative personal trainer (emphasis on weight & weight loss) to a weight-inclusive personal trainer (emphasis on the many variables that influence health, other than weight). We also discuss: The m…
 
Elizabeth Davenport and Anna Mackay sit down with Sarah Ganginis, a non-diet dietitian who takes a weight-inclusive approach to nutrition and health. In addition to seeing adults and children in her private practice, Sarah has dedicated much of her time advocating for change in the school nutrition and health curriculums in the state of Maryland. W…
 
This week we sat down with author, school consultant, speaker, and educator Ana Homayoun to talk about social media wellness. We chat about Ana's latest book Social Media Wellness and her framework for how families can approach social media in their lives. Ana has many years of experience working directly with teens and has seen how social media ha…
 
An interview with journalist and registered dietitian-to-be, Christine Byrne. She writes about food, nutrition and physical activity with an anti-diet, Health At Every Size®, body positive, Intuitive Eating perspective. We touch on lots of topics including: Her path from line cook in a restaurant to a graduate student in the Masters of Public Healt…
 
Anna, Elizabeth & Anna have a loose chat about pantries, cooking and meal planning, with lots of laughs thrown in. We talk about all sorts of kitchen & food-related things, including: Why meal planning doesn’t have to be rigid and grounded in diet culture How Covid-19 has affected our meal planning & cooking Pantry items we keep on-hand Our go-to m…
 
Anna Lutz and Anna Mackay sit down with Katherine Zavodni to talk about: Typical weight gain and body composition changes during puberty The age ranges of typical development How parents can talk to children in a positive way about body changes How diet culture affects how parents and children's think about and talk about puberty Links and Resource…
 
In the final episode of our 5-part series on raising competent eaters we talk about: The myth that eating sugary food causes hyperactivity (aka a sugar rush) What’s up with pre-teen weight gain The negative influence of social media “fitspo” (#fitspo or #fitspiration) accounts Navigating a kid wanting to become a vegetarian or a vegan Links: Why it…
 
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