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Food Therapist and Nutritionist David Orozco brings you an Anti-Diet approach that will optimize your physical, emotional, and mental health One Small Bite at a time. David will help you chop harmful diet myths by providing thought provoking conversations grounded in sound nutritional science. From hot topics like fasting, fad diets, sleep, and chronic illnesses, to emotional health, David will help you create body positivity, build healthy relationships with eating, make peace with food, and work on your internal weight. David will cover proven methods to fuel your body and nourish your soul so that you thrive and evolve your internal mindset about health and wellness. The One Small Bite Podcast is where you come to challenge vulnerabilities in order to transform your life, small bites at a time. Subscribe today and take the first bite!
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On this episode of OSB David interviews Alissa Rumsey, author, dietitian, and intuitive eating counselor, about her new book Unapologetic Eating and more. Alissa shares how her relationship with food has transformed over the year and all things related to her new books. Her and David have a great conversation about Alissa’s four key elements to unapologetic eating. In the interview, Alissa speaks on her relationship with food and how that led her to pursuing becoming a dietitian. After moving to New York City for work after college, Alissa contributes her group of friends in helping her gain a more positive relationship with food. Eventually, she stumbled on to intuitive eating and fell into the “oh I can use this to help people lose weight” that many new to intuitive eating RDs think at first. After taking Evelyn Tribole’s training, Alissa felt like she couldn’t unlearn what she was just taught and has been working to break down weight centered care since.  Alissa says her book is meant to be a helpful tool for people to find their food freedom. While David and Alissa talk, she mentions that finding food freedom seems to help many of her pervious clients start questioning other aspects of life, leading them to become more intuitive in other areas of life. Alissa’s book was written with the intent to be both educational and relatable with reflection questions and prompts throughout. The book is set up into four elements: fixing, allowing, feeling, and growing. These are the stages Alissa talks about clients experiencing during their Intuitive Eating journey.  Alissa Rumsey, MS, RD, CDN, CSCS is a registered dietitian, nutrition therapist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and the author of Unapologetic Eating: Make Peace With Food and Transform Your Life. Alissa is passionate about advocating for women to reclaim the space to eat and live unapologetically. She is the founder of Alissa Rumsey Nutrition and Wellness, a weight-inclusive nutrition practice that offers virtual counseling and online programs to help people liberate themselves from dieting, cultivate a peaceful relationship to food and their bodies, and live a more authentic, connected life. Her expertise has been featured in hundreds of media outlets and she speaks regularly at events, online trainings, and conferences around the country. She calls New York City home and spends her free time exploring the city’s food scene and searching for patches of green space to sunbathe in.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This week David talks with Desmond Spann, a poet, creator, emcee, and educator based in the Portland area, about his Friday Reflections podcast and more. Desmond talks about his journey and the importance of words and writing as a means for expressing and experiencing emotions. One thing Desmond shares with us that really sticks out in this interview, is his view that you can train your emotions, not control your emotions. Encouraging us to be aware of how we feel in the moment and choosing to retell ourselves a more positive narrative, all with the intentions of moving away from the fear based culture we currently live it. This is an interesting episode, filled with insight into what Desmond has done and is doing with his work. As always there’s close connection between food (or the emotions around food) and what David’s guests are doing. Desmond shares his One Small Bite- write everyday even if it is just one word and build on it to help facilitate more self-reflections. He suggests starting with a word to summarize the day, whatever feels right to you. Writing every day is something both Desmond and David do and they mention the positive impacts it has had in their lives, even being a reason each of them had the material to put together a book.  A little about Desmond Spann: In the face of rapid change, people are unsure of the world and doubt who we are. We realized we sheltered ourselves in the commutes to and from work. We stayed busy to hide our pain pretending everything was all good. Now that normal is gone, we are left with ourselves. We are left with our pain and we are strangers to ourselves.As a Hip Hop poet, Desmond Spann creates poetry, music, and shares stories and insights to liberate our truth from fear. This truth may convince us of our inherit self-worth. This truth may show people how to create a society that systemically works for everyone. It's a truth that seeks to bring clarity and awakened our deepest sense of who we are. Because when we liberate ourselves from fear, we discover who we are. We act. We impact this world for the better.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This Friday Food Cast is all about how weight loss articles send the wrong message. We dive into a specific article about how to lose weight with PCOS. This article was reviewed by an intern at TD Wellness, Destiny Gresham. She looked into some of the science research for a few of the points and did a deep dive into how the article’s author came to the conclusions that were made. As David shares her article review he keeps the questions coming looking at the article with a curios eye.At first glance the helpful tips make sense and are good general suggestions for managing PCOS. The article suggests things like getting plenty of fiber, practice mindful eating, get enough sleep, manage your stress, and exercise to name a few. BUT when you start to read the article it becomes obvious that each point is honed in on losing weight for health, as if losing the weight will directly affect the symptoms of PCOS. Then we discuss the specific research Destiny reviewed and the findings do not speak to the same level or certainty as the article does about weight loss and PCOS. In fact, Destiny’s findings reveal several holes in the articles referenced science. PCOS is short for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, a hormonal disorder causing enlarged ovaries with small cysts on the outer edges. Symptoms of this disorder include weight gain, menstrual irregularity, excess hair growth, and acne.I can't wait for you to take a listen and let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy.Have you heard about the One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food.Hey, you can now reach me at One Small Bite podcast and drop me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com. I'd love to hear from you! SummeryRemember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This episode is a first for the One Small Bite podcast! A client at TD Wellness is here to talk about her experience working with David and share with us her path through intuitive eating. Dr. Wanda Williams tells us a little about herself, her relationship with food growing up, her experience with chronic dieting, and what brought her to TD Wellness and ultimately to intuitive eating. Wanda speaks about what she has learned from intuitive eating and how it helped her discover things about herself. She even shares a time when she turned away from intuitive eating and tried combining intermitted fasting and the keto diet. This interview is very insightful and honest. Wanda was so kind to share with us her personal experience with intuitive eating and TD Wellness. Wanda has been an educator for 19 years. After many years of  teaching students, Wanda transitioned to being a consult and instructional coach for teachers, helping them to grow as professionals. Wanda lives a busy life as well as travels to multiple schools for work.  When Wanda first found TD Wellness, she was looking for a professional to provide her with a meal plan to help address some health concerns after being informed she had signs of prediabetes. Wanda talks about several of her and David’s conversations concerning her relationship with food growing up where she talks about being “picky”, always on the go, and remembers her mother dieting off and on. It wasn’t until college that Wanda started trying different diets. Diets were always hard to stick to because as soon as she was told to not eat something, she would crave it (this is something known as the depravation-desire phenomenon).  After David introduced Wanda to Intuitive Eating, she read the book and felt like it just clicked. It was a total attitude change for her “like a weight lifted off of my shoulders”. It gave her permission to change her attitude and thoughts on food and what she was eating. It allowed her to pay attention to her body’s signs of hunger and fullness; a chance to trust her body again. Even after partially healing her relationship with food, she was pulled back in by diet culture (it happens to the best of us). Wanda shares with us that this was an immensely stressful time in her life and later realized the return to a diet was because she wanted to control something in her life while so many things around her felt out of her control. After a slow return, Wanda is mentally focused on sticking to intuitive eating, she feels better, and says she tries to not be her own food police. Although she has a high stress job, she feels she can better manage the stress and mentioned that at her last physical, her doctor said her risk of prediabetes was not present. Eating is fundamentally about loving yourself. Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This week David brings on Angie Dye, a sports dietitian certified in intuitive eating counseling, to discuss her One Small Bite to an Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions. In the last episode of this series David and Angie chat about using intuitive eating with athletes and in digestive health, Angie’s love for triathlons and Iron Man competitions, and how Carpe Diem became the name of her business. As the conversation continues Angie talks about her work with IBS, IBD, celiac disease, fatty liver, and guiding clients through FODMAP diets to determine which foods trigger their symptoms. Her and David also talk about how helpful it has been to use their training as intuitive eating counselors in their lives as parents. They also reflect on Episode 54 about intuitive eating for athletes with Kia Bourne.About Angie Dye, MS, RDN, CSSD, LDNAngie Dye is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and a Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD). She is also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.Angie works one-on-one with clients at her nutrition practice, Carpe Diem Nutrition, in Hershey, PA. Areas of expertise include Sports Nutrition, Digestive Health, and Intuitive Eating. She enjoys helping athletes optimize their performance with nutrition, and has seen the benefits in every level of athlete from youth, up to the ultra endurance level. Angie believes in the power of food as medicine and loves working with clients on ways to use this important tool to improve their overall health. For her clients with digestive disorders such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Irritable Bowel Disease and Celiac Disease, this means finding foods and patterns of eating that assist with symptom management while ensuring nutritional adequacy of the diet prescription. For her clients exploring Intuitive Eating, this can mean working on letting go of old dieting rules and learning to trust the body’s own hunger and fullness cues.Angie loves being a wife and mother of 3 delightful teenagers. She has a passion for cooking and loves sharing simple, healthful and delicious recipes with her family, friends and clients. She has always loved sports, and completed her first triathlon in 1999. She continues to compete in endurance sports and is currently training for Triathlon Age Group Nationals and Ironman Florida. Angie and her family are passionate about dog rescue and have fostered 9 dogs in the past 3 years, one of whom wiggled her way into the family.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
David interviews Lisa Carrigg, a registered dietitian and certified intuitive eating counselor, for the fifth episode of the Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions series. Lisa is also a businesswomen based in Australia, her business is Wonder and Nourish. In this episode, Lisa shares her journey to becoming a dietitian, what it was like growing up with a biology teacher and engineer as parents, and her experience working in Peru. During David and Lisa’s conversations, they discuss how her curiosity at a young age encouraged her exploration of the world and eventually guided her in building her successful business. They talk about how a value-based approach to fueling yourself can liberate us from a society stooped in diet culture, how it is okay to not know where the path leads, and how eating the foods you enjoy is a part of self-care. This podcast continues to explore how many of these practices can tie into TD Wellness’ Four C’s approach to fueling your mind and nourishing your soul! (See what I did there?). About Lisa Carrigg MS, RD, APDLisa is an internationally credentialed dietitian from Seattle, Washington with a passion for Intuitive Eating, mindfulness and compassionate holistic care. In addition to completing a Masters degree in nutrition, being a Registered Dietitian in the U.S. and Accredited Practicing Dietitian in Australia she has also completed training as a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and in body image. Her practice, Wander and Nourish, is focused on supporting individuals in finding a more peaceful relationship with food, body and movement as they get to know themselves and their bodies better. Lisa believes that every-BODY and everybody deserves compassionate care and spaces that support them in feeling heard, seen and enough exactly as they are.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This week David interviews Tiffany Thoen, a registered nurse and certified intuitive eating counselor, in the fourth episode of the Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions series. Tiffany shares her journey to finding Intuitive Eating, her and David discuss what body attunement is, and more. At the beginning of this podcast David starts with a question from Tiffany that she will use in her practice –  “what has caused you to feel like you needed to go on a diet in the past or even present?”. This question sets the stage for what the podcast is all about! As they discuss Tiffany’s work they touch on three of the four C’s – curiosity, commitment, and consistency – of the One Small Bite approach. There are many more interesting topics covered in the podcast, including the One Small Bite Tiffany takes with the work she does! About Coach Tiffany- As an RN, Intuitive Eating Coach, and person in long term recovery, Tiffany has helped hundreds of women to achieve their goals. She works with high achievers who can do anything they set their mind to but still struggle with food. Having experienced food obsession herself, she committed finding a kinder solution that didn't involve depriving herself. She was able to heal her relationship with food, it was so powerful that she has dedicated herself to supporting high- achievers like her to do the same. Her clients are able to find peace with food and get back to doing what they really want to do in the world! Looking for links from this podcast? Click here, Episode 72.  Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This week David interviews Vincci Tsui, a former bariatric dietitian turned certified intuitive eating counselor, in the third Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions series episode. During this interview they discuss their similarities as dietitians and Vincci shares with us her one small (anti-diet) bite about New Year’s resolutions. Listen to learn more and hear how reframing judgment into curiosity can help you harness your strengths and live more intuitively.**Please know that there is a fair amount of talk around bariatric surgery, we recognize this can be a trigger for some, but it was informative and we felt should be shared.** Vincci Tsui (she/her) is a former bariatric dietitian turned certified intuitive eating counselor and body liberation advocate. She is the author of The Mindful Eating Workbook: Simple Practices for Nurturing a Positive Relationship with Food, and is the Community and Content Associate for Food Psych Programs Inc. Vincci is passionate about helping people find freedom in their relationship with food and with their body, so that they can confidently step away from diet culture and live life on their own terms. Ultimately, Vincci is on a mission to make dignity, respect, happiness, and health accessible to all bodies. Vincci takes a collaborative and compassionate approach to nutrition counselling and coaching that is rooted in Health at Every Size, intuitive eating, and mindful eating philosophy. She believes in helping clients learn to listen to their inner wisdom when it comes to making decisions around food, eating, and overall well-being. Born in Hong Kong and raised in Calgary, Vincci received her Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences from McGill University, and completed the school’s integrated dietetic internship program. She is a proud and active member of the College of Dietitians of Alberta and Dietitians of Canada.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
TODAY is (as titled) the 1 year anniversary of the One Small Bite Podcast! Thank you all so much, this is a huge milestone! To celebrate the milestone David talks about the year in review, what's coming up in the OSB world as well as his practice, TD Wellness, and interviews  TD Wellness team (we are expanding!). Have you been wondering about what goes into a podcast or curious to hear from the TD Wellness team? If so please listen, this podcast was uploaded with almost no edits and it's a light conversation between David, Kia, and Raegan the three dietitians at TD Wellness. Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.  Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
Happy 2021 everyone! I hope you enjoyed the first episode of this series last week! For the second Anti-Diet Approach to New Year’s Resolutions series episode David interviews Maria Scrimenti, Intuitive Eating counselor and owner of Maria Scrimenti LLC. They discuss three ways to build a different approach to New Year’s Resolutions.  During this interview Maria and David talk about interoceptive awareness, Maria shares her path in nutrition, how binge eating is a natural response to starvation, and how dietitians can get caught in some of the same mind traps as their clients. Crazy to think that dietitians are humans too, right? Towards the end of this podcast Maria says something that hits close to home – “Goals are not pass/fail, but an experiment”. That’s really something to think on and she takes that into her three ways to build a different approach to New Year’s ResolutionsMaria is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor who helps people make peace with food. She specializes in "emotional eating", body dissatisfaction, and disordered eating such as chronic dieting and binge eating. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science from Belmont University and a Health & Wellness Coach Certification from the American College of Sports Medicine- affiliated Wellcoaches. Maria has almost a decade of experience in the fitness industry with 7 specialty exercise certifications. She has also completed nearly 20 graduate- level courses in counseling and is a fitness instructor at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This is the last episode of 2020 and the first episode of a new podcast mini-series. Over the next several weeks I will have 6 podcasts dedicated to interviewing other Intuitive Eating professionals about New Year’s resolutions. First, is my guest Erica Mouch, owner of Erica Mouch Nutrition. Her and I discuss ways to work your way through that New Year’s resolution mind trap.  During this interview Erica shares her journey thus far, we discuss the importance of eating in line with one’s values, and she gives us some tips to avoid New Year resolution. One of my favorite parts of this interview is when Erica talks about how Intuitive eating is a self-affirming framework and how it takes a value based approach to health. Find out what “BMI” should stand for, what psychological oxygen is, and how vinyl records and cooking go hand in hand.   Erica Mouch, RDN, CD is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Science from Eastern Michigan University and a Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology from Elon University. In the nutrition arena for over a decade, Erica advocates and practices from a Health At Every Size® lens in order to support people from all shapes and sizes in healing their relationship with food and their bodies. Erica is also a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor.When I'm not working with clients or in the kitchen, you'll find me on a mountain, on a walk or listening to vinyl records. In my spare time, I write a food and vinyl record pairing blog. Music is as central to my life as food and pairing these two together gives me great joy.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
This episode is a must listen! This week on One Small Bite I interview Tai Chi Master Gu and apprentice George Thompson from Tai Chi, Qi Gong & Taoist Academy in Central China’s Wudang Mountains. We recorded this podcast via technology, in different countries on different continents which to me is SO cool!  During our interview Master Gu gives us insight into his story, his lineage, and the philosophies of his teachings; George tells us how he found Master Gu and what lessons he has gained from his learnings; and much more. Master Gu Shining is the director of Wudang Taoist Culture Centre (WTCC) and headmaster of the Wudang Taoist Wellness Academy (WTWA). Among the martial artists in the Wudangshan area, he is one of the few who was born here, and perhaps the only one who can teach in fluent English. While most institutions focus primarily on movement teaching, Master Gu has been directing his academy to follow the Taoist Way: not only movement but also internal alchemy and cultural exploration.Gu Shining's Chinese name is Gu Shiyi. Shining is his Taoist name, as he belongs to the 15th generation of Wudang Sanfeng Pai or sect, His shīfu (fatherly feacher) is Grandmaster Zhong Qingwei (Taoist name) or Zhong Yunlong.Master Gu aims to spread the wisdom and wellness practices of Taoism, and to help all who wish to learn and explore deeper into the Taoist culture. He teaches primarily at the WTWA in the Wudang Mountains, but also teaches abroad when invited.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
One of the main concerns I hear around this time of year is the stress around holiday food. Stress levels are already high for many of us this year, and holiday tasks/events can heighten this, especially during a pandemic. Stress around holiday foods can be connected to fears of overeating or shame. Triggers like listening to a friend or family member talk about diets, weight, or their weight centric New Year resolution may come up.SO, in this Friday Food Cast episode I provide 6 Secrets to Intuitively Steering Through Holiday Food. These are all One Small Bite we can take to steer through holiday foods in an intuitive way and helps us genuinely enjoy what matters to us. Let lose; take a break; and enjoy time with family and friends.I can't wait for you to take a listen and let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy.Have you heard about the One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food. Hey, you can now reach me at One Small Bite podcast and drop me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com. I'd love to hear from you! Summery
This episode is a first for me, I interview a husband and wife and it was so much fun! Julie DeLucca Collins, owner of Go Confidently Coaching and her husband Dan are my guests this week, and I discuss what it means to go confidently and so much more! Julie talks about her journey and starting her business. We take a bite out of how the quote “Go Confidently in the direction of your dreams” by Henry Thoreau, has impacted her life and career. Both Julie and Dan share their relationships with food (warning there is diet and weight talk around minute 29-35). We talk about interceptive awareness, reframing mindsets, mindfulness, and how spending time in the past can affect the now.  Julie DeLucca-Collins is the Founder and CEO of Go Confidently Coaching and the host of the popular Casa DeConfidence Podcast. Julie is a dreamer, a traveler, a visionary, an adventurer, a risk-taker, a loving wife, daughter, best auntie ever, and doggy momma. Julie has been a lover of books, activist, philanthropist, and, most of all, a supporter of women and their dreams. She has been a successful executive for 20 plus years. Julie started working with a life coach ten years ago and loved how it propelled her further into living a life she loves and had imagined. Her goal is to help others reimagine their life. She has extensive experience in leadership skills, Life Coaching, and a vast history of assisting people in finding success. Her individualized positivism approach helps identify and attain your goals. Julie holds coaching certifications as a Holistic Coach, Cognitive Behavioral Techniques Coach, and Mindfulness coach and meditation teacher certification. She is also certified as a Social Emotional Learning Facilitator and has completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Certification.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you.   Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
So, the conversation continues! In part 2, I finish my amazing conversation with guest Tiana Dodson.  As a reminder: Yes, you can be happy and healthy in a fat body––period. Tiana continues to share her story with us and touches on how difficult it is to find, and is to have an identity true to who you are when trying to fit into a society that doesn’t look like you. As our conversation about fat liberation, Health at Every Size, Intuitive Eating, weight inclusivity, and how society shames people for being fat (as if it is a disease) continues. Tiana shares with us some of her self identity struggles and successes, taking us along her journey to figuring out that you can be fat, healthy, and happy.Note, I did not edit out the cursing.These two episodes with Tiana Dodson are the introduction to a series of anti-diet, compassion focused nutrition, Intuitive Eating, and Health At Every Size conversations that I will have with several dietitians and guests in the next episodes. Stay tuned for some extremely thought-provoking conversations and radical acceptance regarding what it means to be healthy. A little about Tiana Dodson. Tiana is a fat, Body Liberation Coach and Facilitator who’s out to destroy the belief that you have to be skinny to be happy and healthy, loveable, or worthy. Through her work with the Fat Freedom Foundation program, she guides people feminine-of-center to reconnect with their bodies, destigmatize fatness, and learn about the harms of health being a measure of worth... all while finding how they can live their best fat lives.Links to find TianaWebsite: www.tianadodson.comInstagram: @IAmTianaDodsonFacebook: @TianaTheCoachTwitter: @IAmTianaDodsonMissed part 1 of this interview from Wednesday? don’t worry go check out Part 1. Please stay tuned and subscribe to the One Small Bite podcast for more every week. Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you. Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
Here’s a radical thought – thinness is NOT next to Godliness! Yup, that’s right, and in this two-part series you’ll hear my next guest talk about her approach to having a healthy and happy life in a fat body. Yes, you can be happy and healthy in a fat body––period. This has been one of the most amazing interviews I’ve done with any guest. Tiana Dodson is a person that is living, and has experience all the weight stigmatization and weight centered beliefs that you have to lose weight to be healthy, yet she wasn’t unhealthy to begin with. We talk about fat liberation, Health at Every Size, Intuitive Eating, weight inclusivity, and how society, and our own personal convictions, shames people for being fat, as if it is a disease. Also, a small disclaimer, in this episode we talk about topics that can be very controversial and triggering. I did not edit out the cursing and we also talk about abortion, so please be advised.This interview with Tiana Dodson represents a continuation of the discussions I’ve had with previous guests about Social Determinants of Health and the lack of diversity in healthcare. These two episodes will also help introduce a series of anti-diet, compassion focused nutrition, Intuitive Eating, and Health At Every Size conversations that I will have with several dietitians and guests in the next episodes. Stay tuned for some extremely thought-provoking conversations and radical acceptance regarding what it means to be healthy. For right now, let me tell you a little about Tiana Dodson. Tiana is a fat, Body Liberation Coach and Facilitator who’s out to destroy the belief that you have to be skinny to be happy and healthy, loveable, or worthy. Through her work with the Fat Freedom Foundation program, she guides people feminine-of-center to reconnect with their bodies, destigmatize fatness, and learn about the harms of health being a measure of worth... all while finding how they can live their best fat lives. Links to find TianaWebsite: www.tianadodson.comInstagram: @IAmTianaDodsonFacebook: @TianaTheCoachTwitter: @IAmTianaDodsonPart 2 of this interview comes out this Friday, Dec 11, 2020. So please make sure to stay tuned, subscribe to the One Small Bite podcast so that the episodes are updated automatically to your device. Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you. Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
In this episode registered dietitian nutritionist Tamara Melton with Diversify Dietetics, speaks to us about how she is increasing the racial and ethnic diversity in the field of nutrition by empowering black nutrition leaders of tomorrow. This is vital as over 81% of registered dietitian nutritionist are white, and only 3% are black, which is a huge disparity to health equity. Tamara is the co-founder and Executive Director of Diversify Dietetics, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to increase the racial and ethnic diversity in the field of nutrition by empowering nutrition leaders of tomorrow. At Diversify Dietetics Tamara oversees programming that provides resources such as mentors, application preparation, academic course remediation, scholarships and more to BIPOC dietetics students, interns and young professionals. Tamara also leads the development and delivery of trainings for dietetics educators and preceptors. These trainings teach strategies and skills needed to support diverse students in dietetics programs. Tamara’s personal area of dietetics practice focuses on providing culturally-sensitive care for Black women, who are the health matriarchs of their families. Through her online platform, Tamara’s Table, she provides practical and culturally-sensitive, evidenced-based nutrition education programming that celebrates the African diaspora.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about Intuitive Eating, Health at Every Size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you. Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
I often get asked: "David, what are the foods that are going to enhance my health?"  To which I reply that a person's health is determined by more than just what they eat. So before we start judging what we eat - and let me tell you, we can be quite critical with our own eating habits - stop thinking that you can outsmart your health by just eating kale, shiitake mushrooms, or green tea. Those foods are great, but it won't miraculously cure your cancer, yet so many people ignore their own bodies and skip meals, live on coffee for breakfast and wine for dinner. Ah yea, that ain't going to work.Therefore, for this episode I asked my good friend Michelle Gooden, MS, RDN, FAND to talk to us about health equity, and the Social Determinants of Health (or SHOD for short). One of the best definitions of SDOH comes from the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), which defines SDOH as "the conditions in the environments where people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship, and age that affect a wide range of health, functioning, and quality-of-life outcomes and risks." They point out that there are five (5) main domains that determine these conditions:5 Main Domains of SDOHEconomic StabilityEducation Access and QualityHealth Care Access and QualityNeighborhood and Built EnvironmentSocial and Community ContextSocial and Emotional JusticeMichelle helps explain the injustices that exist in our society, and how marginalized populations are greatly affected by the health disparities that exist today in various aspects of our lives. From the five domains of economic stability, access to education, and quality health care to the neighborhoods and social constructs in our lives. She uses a simple yet practical analogy of Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream effects of these five main pillars to point out the health inequalities in our society.Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you. Remember - Chop the diet mentality; Fuel Your Body; and Nourish Your Soul
One of the most common concerns I hear during Thanksgiving is around the guilt or shame that occurs from all the eating and food. The irony is that part of the reason we love this holiday is because of the food. Yes, it's of course also because it's the one time of year we slow down, give grace, and thanks for all the bounty we are so fortunate to have. To be grateful for the people in our lives. Yet, afterwards there's such guilt or shame about how it ruins our so-called diets, or we fill our thoughts with how it might make us fat. Is that you? Are you spinning your wheels thinking about how to famine before the feast to then famine because of the feast all over again? Well, in this BONUS Friday Food Hack episode I provide one key way to avoid all that guilt and shame. It's one small thing we can all do during Thanksgiving that helps us truly pay attention to what really matters. To be grateful and present with all we have in this world - especially  here in the US! I can't wait for you to take a listen and let me know what you think. I hope you enjoy. Have you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food.Hey, you can now reach me at One Small Bite podcast and drop me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com. I'd love to hear from you! 
Do you know someone that won't touch a fruit or a vegetable? Maybe it's your kid, or maybe it's a friend or yours. Or, is that picky eater you? Well in this episode of the One Small Bite Podcast do I have the solution for you! Chef Asata Reid from Small Bites Adventure Club (by the way, I just love their name) is going to tell you how you can convert kids into life-long fruit and veggie lovers - and probably you as well. Listen in as Chef Reid tells you how Small Bites offers a simple but brilliant kit filled with mystery and freshness. As they describe it in their mission, they help children discover, eat and love fruits and vegetables. Small Bites offers turn-key hands-on kits to schools, clubs and preschools, and now directly to parents, that make nutrition education easy and fun for educators. They now have developed a Farm to Home-kit that will be launching to parents later this month, November 2020!I just love this organization, and not just because of their name. I love Small Bites because they align so well with everything I believe in, and what this podcast is about - building a positive relationship with food, anti-dieting approaches to nutrition, and enjoying all food. We also talk…Discovery – how to peak kids curiosity and explore new foodsMinority farmers – how Small Bites uses at least 50% are minority or female owned Building autonomy – how to get kids to learn and trust their own decisions to choose Kit contents - pictures, fruit and vegetable, facts, fund guides, recipes, and moreVideos – and they also have a YouTube channel with fun videos for everyone to learnHave you heard about the new One Small Bite Facebook community? Come and join the great conversation and be a part of a community that’s chopping diet culture, asking thought provoking questions about health at every size, and building positive relationships with food.If you want to reach me, please go to One Small Bite podcast website at that link and leave me a 90sec or less audio message. Or, feel free to reach me at info@tdwellness.com I'd love to hear from you. 
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