Here at the Behavior Chef Podcast we take a look at the behavior side of nutrition. Listen with us as we explore the ins and outs of behavior as related to nutrition with a plethora of guests. From experts in their respective fields, to ordinary people sharing their journeys. We will explore the depth of humanity's most relational necessity and learn a lot about the science of behavior, nutrition, and maybe a little about ourselves along the way.
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015: Behavior Chef Learns from The Behaviour Lady
What do you get when you put a passionate BCBA in the field of Health and Wellness? You get The Behaviour Lady! Jo is a very knowledgeable and passionate person to talk to. She came on the show to discuss her story and ended up teaching me several awesome things about experience in the application of Health, Wellness, and ABA! Go follow Jo on Instagram www.instagram.com/thebehaviourlady and be sure to follow and listen to her awesome podcast that she co-hosts called Behave Yourself Podcast! Find them here: https://instagram.com/behaveyourselfpod
014: THS- Samantha's Journey to Nutritional Flexibility
Hey all! Sorry for the absence. Life GOT REAL BUSY. We're back now. This is one of two back logged episodes that we recorded a couple of months ago. I'm so excited to bring you the story of Samantha! I will let her tell you about herself!
Samantha: "I am a therapist, and I have a story to share about how I've changed my own eating habits. I had a pretty typical American diet (heavy in processed foods/ convenience foods). I was sick, and I tried changing my diet as a way to heal some of my underlying health issues. I would go on really strict protocols, and I would see results. However, they were so hard to stick to that I would eventually bounce back to my old ways of eating.
Obviously, a lot of extremes and black and white thinking and behaving isn't super effective for long term change!
I changed my whole approach and found that simple, sustainable systems were the key to making a long-lasting healthy change. I also discovered that I didn't have to be so strict to get the benefits of a healthy diet." Check her out athttp://www.samanthaosbornetherapy.com/ and on Instagram @.samanthaosbornetherapy make sure you leave us a 5 star review on either Facebook or Apple podcasts!!
013- THS:Rosie Eats! and You Can Too
Welcome back for the second installment of The Human Series! Today we hear from Rosie. Rosie is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who used the science of Behavior to analyze her own habits and make long-lasting habit changes. In this episode we talk about what our learning history as children can really do to effect our relationship with food and how we can use the power of science to help make changes for the better! I hope this episode encourages you as much as it did me. You can find Rosie on IG @Rosie.eats.bx.
012 THS- History Doesn't Have to Repeat: jackie's Story
Well, it is finally here! I am so excited to bring you Episode 1 of the Human Series! In this series we here from real people who have real stories about nutritional behavior change. In today's episode I am joined by Jackie! I will let her explain a little about herself later on in the show notes. Jackie has a great story of how our learning history does not have to control who we are or what we do, but can inform the future decisions we make!! Jackie struggled with a life of yo-yo dieting from a young age and as a busy adult found herself climbing into the same rut. She was able to see the patterns and lean on her personal history as well as some learned nutritional behaviors, to change the future outcomes to what she wanted them to be. Listen to this episode and be encouraged by an amazing story of Behavior Change and honesty.
Jackie Jackson is beginning her journey as an entrepreneur using all the tools for her experiences in teaching, behavior analysis and nutrition. Just two years ago, Jackie was deeply struggling with her health and was faced with a choice: accept that she would never be “healthy” or find her own health. Since then she has gone on an incredible health journey and is now passionate about helping others do the same! To follow her health journey and access practical nutrition guidance, visit her at: Instagram @jackiejackson_nutrition / Facebook @jackiejacksonnutrition / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
011- Adam Feit: Psychology of Nutritional Behavior
Hey Behavior Chef Family!
I hope you are ready for an awesome episode. Today we are joined by (soon to be Dr.) Adam Feit from Precision Nutrition. Along with being a coach, husband, Father, Scholar and a host of other things, Adam is an integral part of the curriculum writing team for Precision Nutrition. Listen to learn about his story and about the intuitive and data driven way that Precision Nutrition teaches nutritional behavior change. Tony and I are a part of team PN and Team Behavior Chef endorses Precision Nutrition as the PREMIERE certification for nutritional coaching. Are you looking to learn more check out www.precisionnutrition.com and follow Adam on social media @aefeit. As always, we hope you are doing awesome and don't forget to leave us a 5 star review! Thanks for being awesome. Until next time!
-Clint Evans. BCBA-LBA
#010- TBC Meets Behavior Fit
Hey All! I am joined in episode 10 by Dr. Nick Green from Behavior Fit. In this episode we talk about Applied Behavior Analysis infused with health, movement and practical steps to make better healthful decisions! Check out Nick on Social Media @behaviorfit and www.behaviorfit.com
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I was a fan during the regular behavior chef series as food and behavior are near and dear to my heart. Now with the new Human Series, I’m a solid fan for life. I think we all wonder what everyone else is doing, but how do you ask someone that? Clint does a great job of letting us in on people’s lives. It’s like a secret that we all get to hear!