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247: The Vegan Dietician | Why You Shouldn't Listen to the 'Big Accounts' About Protein with Rhyan Geiger Healthy Lifestyle Solutions with Maya Acosta

    • Alternative Health

Like most people, you probably think of veganism as a restrictive diet. But according to Rhyan Geiger, a vegan dietrician, that doesn’t have to be the case!
In today's episode, she shares her top tips for plant-based eating, simplifying nutrition, and overcoming everyday struggles around food guilt and shame.

In this episode, you will learn:
The importance of plant-based proteins and how beans and lentils are great plant-based proteinsThe idea that "junk food" is not necessarily bad for you, and that you can balance out your nutrient-dense options with your less nutrient-dense optionsThe fact that many people struggle with body image and disordered eating, and that there is support available
Resources: 
Vegan Slow Cooking for Two by Rhyan Geiger | Kindle and Paperback🧡 Happy 🧡 Phoenix Vegans
About Rhyan Geiger
Rhyan Geiger is a registered dietitian and vegan author who specializes in vegan nutrition. She is the owner of Phoenix Vegan Dietitian, where she helps others easily transition to vegan living. She has many years of experience in vegan nutrition and believes in positively impacting the world one bite at a time. Rhyan is an expert in this field and has been featured in Women's Health and Business Insider.

Connect with Rhyan
Website: Phoenix Vegan DietitianInstagram: @phxvegandietitianFacebook: Going Vegan! with Phoenix Vegan DietitianLinkedIn: Rhyan GeigerPinterest: Rhyan | Phoenix Vegan DietitianTikTok: @phxvegandietitianEmail: rhyan@phxvegandietitian.com
Website Link for this episode:
https://www.healthylifestylesolutions.org/247

All the show notes for our episodes are located on our podcast website:
https://www.healthylifestylesolutions.org/

Connect with Us
Website: Healthy Lifestyle Solutions
Instagram: @maya_hls_podcast
YouTube channel: Healthy Lifestyle Solutions
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Support the show

Like most people, you probably think of veganism as a restrictive diet. But according to Rhyan Geiger, a vegan dietrician, that doesn’t have to be the case!
In today's episode, she shares her top tips for plant-based eating, simplifying nutrition, and overcoming everyday struggles around food guilt and shame.

In this episode, you will learn:
The importance of plant-based proteins and how beans and lentils are great plant-based proteinsThe idea that "junk food" is not necessarily bad for you, and that you can balance out your nutrient-dense options with your less nutrient-dense optionsThe fact that many people struggle with body image and disordered eating, and that there is support available
Resources: 
Vegan Slow Cooking for Two by Rhyan Geiger | Kindle and Paperback🧡 Happy 🧡 Phoenix Vegans
About Rhyan Geiger
Rhyan Geiger is a registered dietitian and vegan author who specializes in vegan nutrition. She is the owner of Phoenix Vegan Dietitian, where she helps others easily transition to vegan living. She has many years of experience in vegan nutrition and believes in positively impacting the world one bite at a time. Rhyan is an expert in this field and has been featured in Women's Health and Business Insider.

Connect with Rhyan
Website: Phoenix Vegan DietitianInstagram: @phxvegandietitianFacebook: Going Vegan! with Phoenix Vegan DietitianLinkedIn: Rhyan GeigerPinterest: Rhyan | Phoenix Vegan DietitianTikTok: @phxvegandietitianEmail: rhyan@phxvegandietitian.com
Website Link for this episode:
https://www.healthylifestylesolutions.org/247

All the show notes for our episodes are located on our podcast website:
https://www.healthylifestylesolutions.org/

Connect with Us
Website: Healthy Lifestyle Solutions
Instagram: @maya_hls_podcast
YouTube channel: Healthy Lifestyle Solutions
Subscribe to our newsletter: Our Newsletter
Leave us a message: Speak Pipe Voicemail
Rate Me: https://ratethispodcast.com/hls
Support the show

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