5 episodes

Welcome to Perfectly Imperfect, where two friends who are dietetic interns discuss all things nutrition, diet culture, mental health, and the intersection of them all. We say um, might ramble, and will make funny jokes, but we promise to bring you our authentic, perfectly imperfect selves, to the show each week to have honest conversations that need to be had!

Perfectly Imperfect Linda Steinhardt and Rose Hyak

    • Nutrition

Welcome to Perfectly Imperfect, where two friends who are dietetic interns discuss all things nutrition, diet culture, mental health, and the intersection of them all. We say um, might ramble, and will make funny jokes, but we promise to bring you our authentic, perfectly imperfect selves, to the show each week to have honest conversations that need to be had!

    Ep. 5: The One About Sports

    Ep. 5: The One About Sports

    Hello! Thanks for tuning into Episode 5! In this episode, we talk about our own personal experiences with holding some degree of identity in sport and broader implications of that. We acknowledge that it can be okay to hold some of your identity in athletics, but that there is a line that can be crossed. Even further, we discuss the difficult realization that even if you love your sport, it may be best to walk away from it in some cases. We dig into ways in which people can truly ask themselves, “Why do I do my sport, and do I actually love it?” and give suggestions and support about what to do with those answers, whatever they may be. Lastly, and perhaps our favorite part, we get a little passionate about standing up to the sports cultures that make athletes question their own intuition when it comes to their relationship with food and their self confidence. We hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did! Connect with us - any feedback, different thoughts and opinions, or if you just want to say hey! Rose is @rose_knows_foods and Linda is @thyme.to.eat ! Give us a like and subscribe if you dig it!

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ep: 4: All About That Base(line)

    Ep: 4: All About That Base(line)

    Thanks for coming back!! In Episode 4, we discuss the power of remaining true to ourselves while allowing for external events to be just that.. external! We talk about how easily it can be to allow events, interactions, or even words from individuals in our lives throw us off course. But it can be so powerful to allow and react to these sometimes negative things that happen, without allowing them to become part of us or our psyche. We talk about our own experiences with this, and why it is so powerful, especially to us in our lives today. We hope you enjoy this discussion, and feel free to add in your own thoughts by messaging either of us on Instagram (@thyme.to.eat or @rose_knows_foods). We hope you enjoy the episode and continue to stay tuned!!

    • 51 min
    Ep. 3: How Do We Choose What We Eat?

    Ep. 3: How Do We Choose What We Eat?

    Welcome back! In this episode, we talk through how people are often taken away from using their bodies innate internal cues and desire to decide what to eat, and are instead swayed by media, comparison, marketing, and more to ignore what they may actually want in favor of these external factors. We talk about why this can become harmful, and helpful ways we think someone can use to slowly untangle the way food choices became wrapped up with other factors in the first place. We hope you enjoy this discussion, and feel free to add in your own thoughts by messaging either of us on Instagram (@thyme.to.eat or @rose_knows_food). We might even share your feedback, opinion, or input on these topis on our next podcast (if you agree to that)! : )

    • 53 min
    Ep. 2: People are Different, and That is Awesome!

    Ep. 2: People are Different, and That is Awesome!

    We hope you enjoy listening to our conversation about how different people respond and interact with people in different ways, and how recognizing and capitalizing on individual's differences allows us to form meaningful relationships. Furthermore, in a healthcare profession, we hope this discussion makes you think about your own practicing style, and that just because someone may counsel in a different style does not mean that one way is right or wrong.

    As always, feel free to reach out to Linda on Instagram @thyme.to.eat or Rose @rose_knows_food!

    Music:

    i dunno by grapes

    The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg

    (via http://dig.ccmixter.org)

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Ep. 1: Intro, Social Media, Food Comments, and Information Overload

    Ep. 1: Intro, Social Media, Food Comments, and Information Overload

    Thanks for listening to our first podcast! We can't wait to continue to talk about other topics like the intersection of trauma and eating disorders, athletic cultures around food and comparison, the interaction between mental health and nutrition, and so much more!

    As always, feel free to reach out to Linda on Instagram @thyme.to.eat or Rose by email at hyakrose22@gmail.com

    Music:

    i dunno by grapes

    The Vendetta by Stefan Kartenberg

    (via http://dig.ccmixter.org)

    • 52 min

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