This podcast shares the real-life experiences of dietitians and how they are shaping the future of eating and healthy living.
Understanding weight stigma with Kori Kostka
In this episode we chat with Kori Kostka, dietitian and owner of Nourished Body in Toronto, ON. Kori talks about what weight stigma is, its effects on clients' well being, and her advice on how we can shift our focus away from weight to improve client outcomes. We also get a sneak preview of her upcoming Dietitians of Canada conference presentation called "The effects of internalized weight stigma."
Chowing down on culinary nutrition with Kristyn Hall
In this episode we chat with Kristyn Hall, consulting dietitian and owner of Energize Nutrition in Calgary, AB. Kristyn shares her passion for "getting behind food and in front of people" through culinary nutrition and her advice on how to jump in and hone your own existing culinary skills. We get a sneak preview of her upcoming Dietitians of Canada conference presentation about how to plan and implement culinary nutrition interventions to support dietary behaviour and improve health outcomes.
Putting the "RD" in "QI" with Gwen Kostal
In this episode, we chat with dietitian Gwen Kostal, RD, in Guelph, ON. Gwen explains what "QI" (or quality improvement) is, why she's passionate about it, and why dietitians are already well equipped to incorporate it into their practices. We also get a sneak preview of her upcoming Dietitians of Canada conference workshop called "Beyond the buzzword: quality improvement tools for dietitians."
Sifting through sustainability with Liesel Carlsson
In this episode we chat with Dr. Liesel Carlsson, dietitian and assistant professor in the School of Nutrition and Dietetics at Acadia University in NS. Liesel unpacks common misconceptions about sustainability and explains how dietitians can contextualize and integrate sustainability principles into practice. We also get a sneak preview of her upcoming Dietitians of Canada conference presentation about supporting sustainability food systems in dietetic practice.
Exploring food addiction with Mary Bamford
In this episode we chat with Mary Bamford, dietitian at Renascent Addiction Treatment Centre in Toronto, ON. Mary talks about her journey exploring food addiction and why this emerging topic can be controversial. She also shares her advice about working with clients who may have food addiction. We get a sneak preview of her upcoming Dietitians of Canada conference presentation called "Loss of control overeating: What tools and treatments are in dietititans' scope of practice?"
How to be a resourceful rural dietitian with Robyn Turner
In this episode, we chat with Robyn Turner, RD, rural dietitian at Northern Health in northern B.C. Robyn shares the challenges and benefits of working as a rural dietitian and why she has no plans to leave any time soon! We also get a sneak preview of her upcoming Dietitians of Canada conference presentation about surviving and thriving as a rural or remote dietitian
Celebrating the diverse areas of practice of dietitians
I wish this series existed at the beginning of my dietitian career! Highly recommend it to anyone considering dietetics studies and what doors it can open. Bravo to everyone involved in this podcast!
A great addition to the podcast world
I am glad to see Dietitians of Canada move into this space (podcasting). This podcast will surely serve to "educate" listeners on the diverse nature of careers in dietetics.I hope the series continues beyond the 2018 National conference.
This podcast allows listeners to get to know better speakers of the upcoming Dietitians of Canada National Conference. Its conversational, light hearted and excellently moderated by dietitian Cristina Cicco. I'm looking forward to attending sessions by both featured dietitians at the conference in Vancouver in June.